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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 22, 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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I THE MORNING SENTINEL :






:;JLUIE THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1915. NUMBER 138.

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f( WARSAW IS DOOMED; AUSTRO-GERMAN I






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4 OUTER- FORTS IN POPULATION FLIGHT BOMBARDEDRIGA I APOPKA A BANK MURDERER YEGG ALSO CONVICT WHO CUT 1 CAR AT 10 WINTER EACH 11 PARK PEOPLE MYSTERIOUS f FIRES ONUS S.




RUSSIAN ARMY IN FUlL RETREAT LEOUMIFRANKJUSTIFIED

AT ATLANTA, GA., liE ADMITTED -
AUTO STORY AROUSES IN- NAVAL SHIPS CAUSE E KEEN

Lublin Being E"acuated-SOOOO CAGO HE POLICEMANSays KILLED CHI- TEREST CITIZENS AMONG: THE

Russians CaptiveTeutonson ?

Three Sides Tryingto He Was Married in Floridain Careful Count Shows That the

Surround Army 1910 but Doesn't Know CONVICT CREEN SAYS GOV.HARRIS College City Has Better SENSE(EOF GRAYEST AlARM

Where Wife and Auto Average Than

CHOLERA .RAGING CAMPS IN TURKISH Babe Are WILL AGREE'VITH OrlandoThe -

HIM DREADNOUGHT NEW YORK ,
Athens, July 21.-(Bulletin.)-A (Note:-Mason is the yegg who automobile story which ap, SANFORD ElKS INITIATE
telegram from Constantinople states confessed to robbing the State Bank LATEST VICTIM FIRE
peared in yesterday's Sentinel to the
that the Enter Pasha is suffering GOV. HARRIS TO PRISON SATURDAY
of Apopka in June, 1913, of $5,000.
from cholera. He is being treated at effect that there was in Orlando 1 OR EXPLOSION(?)
Large Delegation From Orlando
his palace by German doctors. The His full confession to the crime was automobile to every 14 persons has I

cholera is said to be raging in Turk- published in Wednesday's SentineL) Will Personally Investigate the already started a controversy. Last Assist the Seminole County I '
ish FIVE FIRES IN THE lAST FEW DAYS
camps. Atlanta, Ga.-Admitting that he evening Hon. W. C. Temple, of Win- Lodge-Fine Time,

killed a Chicago policeman in 1907, Crime-Frank Better and ter Park, called up this office and reported All HappyLast -
London, July 21.-Germany's heavy
I
"Harry Mason," alias "Vincent Bris- Allowed to Talk With that after making an accurate 'Greater Damage Done to Oklahoma
guns are now bombarding the outer -
coe, Monday morning gave additional count of the cars in that flourishingcity evening a large delegation of
fortifications of Warsaw. NewspapermenMilledgeville
Than at First
details to the sensational confes- it was found that there were 68 Elks motored over to Sanford where Sup-
The male population of Riga is in
flight. sion he made to detectives and news- Ga., July 21.Forthe I cars whose owners actually livedat they assisted in the ceremonies at- posed-Origin of Fires

paper men Saturday. Winter Park. As the College : tending the initiation of four candi-
Every man in Lublin is followingon first time since the attempt to kill Baffles OfficialsNew
I He agreed to accompany Detectives I City only claims population dates for Elkdom. The
a initiation
the heels of the retreating Russian Leo M. Frank he was allowed by his was
army. Gillespie and Vickery Monday after- physicians to receive newspaper men of 800 this gives her 1 car to every in charge of the officers of the Or- York, July 21.-Two more {

+ The Lublin-Cholm railway is being noon to the various down town stores today, after which they issued the 11.7 persons. The difference in theSentinel's lando lodge. After the initiation work mysterious fires aboard United States .

demolished by shells while the Ger- he said he had robbed, including the statement that he was steadily improving count and the actual num- was completed the Orlando crowd was naval vessels, news of which was a
John J. Woodside storage warehouseon ber of autos at Winter Park is to be tendered a luncheon by their Sanford I '
man infantry is within eight miles of and in all likelihood will re- made public today, bringing the total
the tracks. Edgewood avenue, Provano's phar- recover. explained by the fact that our figures brethren, and a jolly good time was of such fires to five within the last

Train loads of war materials which macy in West End, the European del- Creen, who attacked Frank, talkedat were obtained from the tax assessor's enjoyed by all present. few days, has aroused the officials of
;
the icatessen shop on Decatur street, and lie declared he office, whereas a number of the cars the yard to keen of
Russian army has been trying to some length today. navy a sense
Rosenfeid brothers on Madison ave- have ABBOTT APPEALS CASE
not yet been there the full thirty
save before the impending :fall of was "justified" in slashing Frank, and alarm.

Warsaw are held up by the bombardment nue.lie reiterated that he would tell his whole days before the expiration of whicha Tampa, Fla.-James J. Abbott, con- The last two fires occurred yester-
promised that at each he
of this one line. There are only place story to Governor Harris, who is com- license must be secured. Then, too, victed in 1912 of robbing a United day aboard the dreadnought New

two remaining lines open from the would go through a pantomime per- ing here Saturday. it is possible that some of tht cars States mail pouch of a consignment York and the destroyer Warrington,

Polish capital. formance, showing exactly how he en- "When the governor hears my sto- at Wintr Park were licensed in other of $10,000 in bills, later granted a but the facts were kept secret until Ms
tered and looted these
stores.
The number of prisoners taken by Information ry," said Creen, "he will agree that I counties, in which case they would new trial, which resulted in his ac- today. Both fires were extinguished '

the Germanic allies has increasedmore gathered by detectives was justified in attacking Frank." not be recorded on the Orange countyit quittal, and recently committed on with little difficulty.
Sunday bears out in details the
than 80,000 during the last three many Creen's manner was such as to lead is possible that some of the cars I the original conviction, when it was Official representatives from Wash-
"Mason" told of his
from
story
career at Winter Park were licensed in other
to the inference that Frank stated that
days. provokedthe found that the granting of the new ington a thorough inquiry
his thirteenth year, when he turned books. But, however, they have them,
Huge stores of war materials anda attack by his conduct. .trial was illegal, has appealed to the concerning the fire aboard the dread-
crook because he robbed of
was $100
and
the citizens of that live town
large number of guns have been United States supreme court, asking nought Oklahoma, in the shipyards at
and
cracked safes all the
added to the booty. The morale of over country ALLEGED ARCADIA BIGAMIST, are to be congratulated on such an .that a writ of habeas corpus deniev Camden, N. J., leaves the exact cause 0
in Chicago, Texas, St. Louis, excellent
showing.
the Russian army is broken, and Ber- I Memphis, Jacksonville and oth- TO ANSWER CHARGES by Judge Sheppard May 19, 1915, be of the blaze a mystery.
many
lin reports that the German circle has er cities. granted. The writ denied by Judge Greater damage than at first

been tightened around three sides of He admits that he is twentynineyears Arcadia, Fla.-Judge Bell, in the BASEBALL RESULTS Sheppard pleaded that Abbott was be- thought was done. _

Warsaw.On county court, had before him FrankR. ing held in involuntary servitude fora
the fourth side of the city, the old and not twenty-three, as he Connor, a well known Arcadia con- National League crime, of the committing of whichhe ARSON, MURDER AND RIOT IN 4
first stated, although his smooth face
Boston 1
Cincinnat
2. BAYONNE STRIKE DIS-
east, the Germans are pressing for- tractor, charged with bigamy. Con- had been acquitted.The .
and open brown eyes might easily Philadelphia 1, Chicago 0. TRICT YESTERDAY r
ward in an effort to cut off the last. nor has been in jail some weeks under appeal makes United States
stamp him as a mere youth. He said New York-St. Louis, rain. Bayonne, N. J., July 21.-Arson,
line of retreat for the Czar's mil- i he was married in 1910 in Florida, this charge, and at the preliminary Marshal J. C. Brown, in his official murder and riot in the Bayonne strike

lions. but declares he doesn't trial Judge Bell held him to answerto Brooklyn-Pittsburgh, rain. capacity, the defendant in error, and district today completely paralyzed
Further successes at every point II know where the grand jury at the fall term of American LeagueSt. was filed in the office of Deputy the operations of the Constable Hook
his wife and their four year old girl Louis 2, Boston 4. Oil company and the Tidewater Oil
are recorded for the German and Aus- now are.BRIDGE. court in the sum of $3,000. Connor Detroit 3 United States Clerk W. Roger Wat- company, subsidiaries of the Standard '
Philadelphia 4.
' trian troops. claims the case is a frame-up on the kins. Oil company, and threatened valuable N,

. Little is being heard from Petro- part of his father-in-law in Arcadia, All that were scheduled. properties _with total destruction.: _A
,. Thomas J. whose Federal League 19 year old boy was shot through the
grad. Already semi-official Herring, daughter
reportsare HEARING FRIDAYBoard WINTER head and instantly killed by a police-
being circulated there with their Connor married last December. Chicago 0-8, Brooklyn 4-9. PARK IS TO PAVEBids man when an effort was made to =i
St. Louis 0, Baltimore 7.
apparent inspiration from the general drive infuriated men of the Constable F,
staff which admits that the situation, KAPPA SIGMAS MEET AT SAN All that were scheduled. Hook plant away from the gates of f
far of Trade Urged to Send FRANCISCOSan Southern League for $12,000 Paving Bond the Tidewater company. ,
as as Warsaw is concerned, is
hopeless. Delegation Applicationto Memphis 4, New Orleans 2. Issue Will Be Opened More than two score of other per-
I sons received wounds from bullets and
Be Made for Bridge Francisco.-Delegates from Mobile 3, Chattanooga 1. Today at Council bricks during the rioting which con-

BECKER APPEALS TO WHITMANTO Over St. Johns I many parts of the country are here Little Rock 6, Birmingham 1. ChamberAt tinued throughout the day. Just be- ,

STAY EXECUTIONNew for the annual convention of the Kap- Atlanta 1-1, Nashville 0-3. fore midnight an attack was made
upon the pumping station. One of ,.
I The Orlando Board of Trade has pa Sigma fraternity. Sessions whichare Winter Park this morning the main feed pipes through which z;

York.-Counsel for Charles received a letter from the Daytona to be held at the Panama-Pacific TRAMPLE AMERICAN FLAG they are receiving the sealed bids on the crude oil was pumped to several r.
Becker board calling attention to the exposition will last three days. plants in the vicinity was severed and
awaited
today the result of hearing the $12,000 bond issue, which is to the oil was i ignited. The conflagration -
Bisbee
4 his appeal to Governor Whitman to which is to be held at the Sanford Ariz.-Carranza troops who be expended in paving work. Always was declared to be perilouslynear

forbid his execution on July 28 for court house tomorrow in regard to the THE WEATHERFor captured Naco, Sonora, yesterday, progressive, this is but another instance a number of naptha tanks. The

the murder of Herman Rosenthal.His construction of a bridge over the St. while removing liquor from an Amer- where this wide awake demand of the strikers that a 15 percent
Johns river Florida: Partly cloudy in the ican saloon late today, found a United com- raise in all departments of the t ;,
at Monroe
plea was sent from Albany last Ferry. Day- northwest munity is forging ahead of her less two plants be granted has been flatly ,
portion; probably showers States flag, carried it to within e
night includes tona and a number of other a
and
a long version of nearby alert sister cities of Central Florida. refused by General Manager Hennessey. ,
the facts leading up to the murder.In towns are deeply' interested in this in peninsula, Thursday; moderate, variable -'': few feet of the international line and The men refuse to listen to any

this statement Becker denied com- project, and the local board is urgedto winds. trampled it into ribbons. ASSOCIATED CHARITIES DAY other plan.INTERNAL.

plicity in the murder and said that have a representation present at

State Senator Timothy D. Sullivan, the hearing tomorrow. Permission to Famous Van Dyck Painting To FRIDAY WAR NAVY AT THE YARDS WASHINGTON g

now dead, had told Becker that he |construct the bridge will be appliedfor Tomorrow the entire will be i Washington, July 21.-The govern-
had $120,500 invested in Rosenthal's and it is hoped that there will be city ment is facing a strike by machinists
gambling house and that when Rosen- no unnecessary delay in this greatly Whitlock As Tribute To U. S. in the hands of the Associated Char employed in the Washington navy t
The
ities. Members of the associationhave yards. workmen charge that a
thai began to make public statements needed improvement.
w- been appointed for different "black list" has been prepared that
i
bout the raids on his place, Sullivan por- will include every machinist who resigns -
' exacted a promise from Becker tow ENJOYING THEIR VISIT IN Toledo, O.-One of the finest art to work for the approaching rebirthof tions of the city and everybody will to accept private employment

keep Sullivan's name out of it. Becker NORTH CAROLINA treasures of Belgium-the original their unhappy country." be given the opportunity of contrib- and they demand the restoration of
uting to the support of the organi- the wage scale in force prior to July
said that he had kept his promiseup Friends in Orlando have received sketch by Van Dyck for his painting, Mr. Whitlock says that the sketchis zation. Forty of the members have 1. A delegation of machinists visited
to the time of making this plea. the gem of M. Cardon's collection, the White House today and were as-
intelligence of the safe arrival at "St. Martin Dividing His 1\lantle"-is been
to the
appointed canvass city.
which has been two generations in sured by Secretary Tumulty that the
CANADA Tryon, N. C., of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. soon to be presented to the Toledo the gathering. The subject of the I The work has ben thoroughly mappedout president is giving the matter careful

TO KEEP WATCH OVER'Sperry and Mrs. C. E. Johnson and Museum of Art by Charles Leon Car- -painting is regarded as peculiarly i and it is thought that a liberal response consideration and within a day or two
ITS NICKEL MINES appropriate will announce decision.
I daughter, Miss Dorothy, who left don, wealthy artist and collector of to the circumstances of the I will be made by the generous The blacklist a has aroused much resentment 1 '

Toronto, Ont.-After charges that Wednesday forenoon in their automo- Brussels, in token of Belgium's grat- people of Orlando. at the navy yard. 'Tie discharge

nickel from Ontario mines had''bile with Mr. W. J. Hamrick at the itude to Brand Whitlock, United gift.The painting of which this sketch The following are the names of the cards were inscribed with red

.1 reached Germany since the war's out- :wheel, and reached their destination States minister, citizen and former was the foundation hangs in the par- ladies who will have charge of the GOVERNMENT ink: "YOU: ARE AT LEAVING A TIME: WHEN THE "7

break Saturday morning. They report the mayor of Toledo. ish church of work tomorrow: IT MOST NEEDS
Howard Ferguson, minister of Saventhem, a suburb of YOUR SER-
lands, tonight announced the appointment roads as being in good shape and This news reached Toledo today in Brussels. It is five feet nine inches Mrs. Giles, Mrs. Pedrick, Mrs. Bur- VICES." The machinists charge ;

of a commission to investigatethe have been making side trips to nearby the form of a letter from Mr. Whit- by five feet three inches, and is painted den, Mrs. Flowers, Mrs. David Rogers these were to. be used against record


nickel situation in Ontario with a towns, including Flat Rock, Saluda, lock to Marshall Shepperd, of this on wood. Except for minor details Mrs. Thos. Browwater, Miss Ro- men.

r, view to establishing an industry that Tuxedoji&d Gercona. They have met city. Mr. Whitlock quoted a consid- it is practically a copy of the berta Branch, Mrs. Finch Scruggs, MAYOR SUSPENDS CITY MARSHAL _;
will be I many F udians in the mountains and erable part of the letter of Mrs. Scott Schuping, Mrs. Wilson, .
under observation from the presenta- painting by Rubens on the same subject AT PALM BEACH ,
time the product is mined until it is expect to start homeward about the tion by M. Cardon, who says: which is in the galleries of Windsor Mrs. Duckworth, :Mrs. Carl Dann,

marketed. I week end. "The Belgians have contracted toward I Castle, England.St. Mrs. Morey, Mrs. Gaston, Edwards, West Palm Beach, Fla.-Pending

POSTOFFICE IS ROBBED the citizens of the United States Martin, which, tradition says, Mrs. John T. Fuller, Mrs. John Mc- disposition of charges of cruelty io.&.

URGED TO RAISE $500,000 I a debt from which they can never is a portrait of Van Dyck himself, is Ewan, Mrs. LeRoy Giles, Mrs. Carl prisoners against Felix Whidden, city '"
I
Miami, Fla.-According to advices I free themselves. With a generosity, shown riding a gray horse, which was Robinson, Mrs. Gordon Wright, Mrs. marshal, the latter has been suspended -

Los Angeles, Cal, July 21.-Dele- received here by Deputy United I an enthusiasm and a grandeur of soul painted: it is said, from a horse pre- Joe Cheney, Mrs. James Magruder, by order of Mayor M. D. Carmi- .

gates to the international missionary States Marshal Lowe, the postofficeat of which history offers no parallel, sented by Rubens to his pupil Van Mrs. Charles Lartigue, Mrs. Tenny.A chael. Captain Charles C. Windell, .,I

convention of the Disciples of Christ Ojus was entered and robbed of j I they have come to the aid of our Dyck. The saint is cutting his scarlet formerly of the New York city police

adopted a resolution urging that considerable stamps and some small 'starving people. Thanks to your no- mantle with his sword and giving half Columbia Grafonola for vacation force, has been selected to serve as :

$500,000 be raised to support thechurch's change. The safe, however, was not l 1 ble citizens, thousands and thousandsof to the beggar, who kneels beside his days. Double disc records for 65c. city marshal until the matter is final-

missionary society next year. ,'robbed by the burglars. Belgians continue still to live and stirrup in an attitude of supplication. ''Curtis & O'Neal, book store. ly disposed of.


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PINE CASTLE NOTES of having a very busy season this Long, who have been on the sick list, ;ing. aiillilllliMIIHMtlMllllliiMMMHIMIillttllNew ,
coming winter. It has been adver- are both out and their usual selves Messrs. DeLarmy Page and George

Pine Castle, Fla., July 20.-Mon- tised in northern papers and quite a again. Davis caught a seven and threequarter j
day, July 12, Messrs. Billie and Ottie number of reservations have already The "younger set" gathered on pound bass while fishing one day PotatoesWe
Johns, who have been visiting their been made for northerners of capital Wednesday evening, and taking their last week.Mr. .
father, Mr. Madison Johns returnedto who are coming to Pine Castle witha cakes, fruits, and iced drinks with and Mrs. Myer, with party of
their home at Okeechobee City. view of buying real estate.It them, repaired to the home of Mr. friends, motored out from Orlando : have purchased several barrels
These young men make their living is certainly Pine Castle's turn to and Mrs. Laurence Swanson, where last Sunday and enjoyed the bathing :
by catching fish in Florida's great .enjoy). a boom. Many localities in they gave their brother, Adolph, a at Rossmore Inn. and are going to sell them cheap. Spec*

lake, Okeechobee, and their catchesare Florida have had theirs and now it 'very pleasant surprise party in tokenof Butler avenue and adjacent streets : ial rate by the bushel.Vanilla j
very large ones every day. looks as though it is coming this way their friendship for him, and to have been very much beautified by :
Dr. and Mrs. N. L. Bryan have had for Pine Castle. In regard to Pine wish him "pleasant voyage" on his the planting of a hundred palm trees :
as their guests Mrs. Bryan's sister, Castle's recommendations for the location extended trip to the North and West thereon. I WafersWe
Mrs. E. C. Davis, and son Ralph, of of homes the first to be men- for which he leaves in a few days. The Windermere telephone line, :
Lakeland, and the doctor's brother, tioned is the healthfulness of its situ- The evening was spent in outdoor which has been out of commission for :
"A-
Mr. J. W. Bryan, of Winter Park. ation. It is on the high portion which games and the dainty refreshmentswere some time, is now in good working I have an oversupply and will sell
Mr. and Mrs. Woodward and mother extends through the central part of served and every one enjoyedthe order.
them at cost all this week.
Mrs. Harris, were visitors Sunday, the state and has no swamps or lowlands affair hugely. Misses Bertha Jacobs -
July 11, with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. M. I to give it malaria. It has the and May Long assisted Mrs. WOMEN FALLING TO MEN'S

Perkins, motoring down in the after- I great Lake Conway. It is a fast growing Swanson in serving. LEVEL, SAYS SHANNON Sweet Wrinkled Peas
noon from Maitland. Mr. Woodwardis !I and trucking section and a shipping Chas. L. Faucett left Saturday for

agent for the A. C. L. at that ;: point. Two substantial churches St. Augustine, where he accepts a San Farncisco.-There is a marked'

place. three stores, a good school building position as electrician for the F. E. C. and growing tendency among an ever Bought at a bargain. You can have
Mr. Walter B. Campbell, of Cres- I I. a good hotel, and other stores Railroad company. His friends wish increasing number of women to indulge :
cent City, is visiting his sister, ::\Irs'j I and enterprises that are in prospect him all good luck. in the liberties formerly indulged I them for only lOc. a can. 1

J. B. Smith, at the Pine Crest hotel. make Pine Castle entitled to the term The young men, or several of them in by men olny, said Prof. T. '
Mr. and Mrs. John Schnarr, of Or- I of "a growing city." We have an en- prepared a pleasant outdoor party for W. Shannon, editor of the magazine I \
lando, are recent additions to the residential ergetic real estate man in the personof the young folks Saturday evening on Practical Eugenics, in an address be- : ,I
district of the Peninsula. Mr. J. B. Smith. He has certainly the lawn at the Palm. The eveningwas fore the International Purity Congress I Our Grocery Company
Their attractive bungalow on Lake introduced Pine Castle to a great spent in pleasant games and the here today.

Conway is being further improved, number of people from all parts of boys froze the ice cream and served it "Unless this tendency is overcome Two Phones: 3 and 200
the work being in the hands of the country, and deserves the sub- I and watermelons to the crowd during I II I by the immediate and universal teaching :
Messrs. E. Johns and Craig. stantial backing of every Pine Castle I the evening. All report a pleasant of a consistent single standard ol I 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. Brickley, of Taft, are resident. I i time. morals, it will continue until the sexes I
Dr. Filbert's bungalowon Union Sabbath school will hold its meet on a low or on a compromise
now occupying 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1* 'I'II.'a'I.'I..II..I.
Lake Conway, while the doctor is annual picnic in Aden's grove, Thurs- NOTES FROM WINDERMERE plane. A

looking after a new location presum- day, July 22. "Already the leveling process is at
i ably at Winter Haven. Rev. K. D. Jones, regular ministerto Windermere, Fla., July 20.-Mr. J. work. For a quarter of a century a ---- -- --- ---- -- ,
Mr. C. P. Dew's camp on Lake Con- the Methodist congregation here, C. Palmer has placed a large new sail downward pull and an upward strug- I
way has been the rendezvous for will preach in Union Chapel, morningand boat on Lake Butler which is quite an gle have been felt by society.

numerous picnic parties this past evening, July 25. acquisition to the fleet already there. "How else can you account for the 25 CENT DiscountFor
r week, the largest being the Masonic The Christian Workers of Union Rossmore Inn has very much improved -]I growing tendency among high school
picnic last Thursday.The Chapel gave an ice cream social Fri- its garage by placing a con and college girls and women in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. day evening. crete floor in same. upper classes of society to indulge in

Shanibarger was gladdened by the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Geier and Mr. the use of cigarettes and semi-pro- the benefit of
birth of a son on Sunday morning, CHULUOTA SUNBEAMS and Mrs. A. J. Doncyson motored to fanity, to follow the fashionable demi- our customers -

July 11. The young man has been Wekiwa Springs last Sunday.Mr. monde in dress, and to permit the will give 25
t named John Elias Shanibarger. 1 Chuluota, Fla., July 20.-We are and Mrs. Murry S. King and questionable and dangerous familiarities we a

Mr. and Mrs. L. Schweigl's homeon having nice summer weather now family, of Orlando, were callers at of hugging and kissing in their cent cash discount on
the Peninsula has been improved I with rains to keep it cool during the Rossmore Inn last Sunday. social relations with men? per

p by the addition of porches. shot I part of the day. Messrs. S. S. Griffin, W. H. Bro- "The artificial restraints of the all goods sold during the
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Lightfoot, of kaw, and C. B. Robinson, of Orlando, past, which forced nearly all womento
i' Mr. C. F. Crittenden's residence on I
'I Tampa, spent last week with their and :Mr. of Kissimmee live is
' the Peninsula is also undergoing O'Berry, spent pure, responsible for the month of July and August.
r ,uncle G. M. Jacobs. last Friday in Windermere.Mr. false belief that her inherent moral .
changes. Several rooms and large
porches have been added. I Lonalee Sutton, of Orlando is Wm. G. Geier has begun the superiority over man is a safeguard
:spending her vacation with her uncle, erection of his new home. j I to her virtue."
On Sunday, July 11, Dr. E. T. Poul-
J. Tilden Jacobs, and family. Mrs. Palmer and little son, of Or-
son, pastor of the First Baptist
t church of Orlando, preached at 3 p. Mrs. F. M. Story and daughter, 'lando, who have been guests of Mr. 1 What would the world do without Hammond & Gore
Mrs. J. M. Osteen, spent Wednesdayin hand Mrs. Ii:. N. James, returned home
m. in the First Baptist church of women? Nine-tenths of the dry
Orlando, shopping.Mrs. last Thursday.The I I
.. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
this place. Dr. Poulson's eloquent ser-
dry goods stores would out of business
is W. S. Bogard, of Winter Gar- Misses Ada Bumby and Edith go -
' mon was greatly enjoyed by a large den, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Gerard, and Messrs. Marion Ives and I for one thing. 4; Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando Fla.
congregation. The.church in its clean
Mrs. F. M. Story, this week. W. W. Yothers, of Orlando, spent
newness was a very inviting place I i
Dr. Nixon came home from Day- Thursday afternoon in Windermere Get the news In the Sentinel first. J
from the heat of the afternoon and
tona Beach Saturday where his fam- enjoying the fishing and boating. ,
the comfortable seats added to the A
ily is spending the summer months Messrs. Frank Bumby and !
quiet pleasure of hearing the wordsof Henry > iBBBBHBIBBBBB9BBBBBBBIIBB8HBflflBBIB .Hil BBBttBt ittiMinnnmtM
bathing in the "brine" and breathingthe Yowell, of Orlando, are camping on .
the Great Master brought beforeus
salt air. He reports all doing the tract of land recently purchased.

duty in and forceful obedience, presentation to the great of com-pur nicely. They are enjoying the fishing and incidentally il Get A Copy of This Catalog Now! ij ijIn -.
Mrs. M. E. Jacobs and Mrs. Gabe clearing the tract for build-
mands. A large choir was a featureof
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the service. Miss Laura Stine- this new, big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is founded upon an ideal; a
spring, of Orlando, presided at the nursery where the idea is fundamental that the basis of success is laid in a nursery by the nur-
sery company three or four years before the purchase of the trees by the planter.
organ. W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds where the root stock is
This was Dr. Poulson's first sermon I Proprietors and Owners grown; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of the care
to this congregation. He is to preach exercised in the selection of the budwood, and in the packing and shipping of the trees, and of the
advice and service rendered to the of
by our specialists purchasers our trees.
here one Sunday a month and perhaps In a nut shell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus family is produced and it gives the his-
.s oftener which will be announced', Daytona Beach HotelON tory and lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock
fully later on. It points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves and how
Let not the people of Pine Castle' OCEAN BEACH their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in their own
{ neglect this or any opportunity of Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red groves their tres ancestry.of the: purest strain, and trees which would show in nursery and grove the aristocracyof

hearing Dr. Poulson. Greatly distin- Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we could have sold many ,
guished in his own field, he has voluntarily Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished more. This year we know our entire nursery stock will be sold. y
Only limited number will be fortunate enough to Lake Garfield Co. trees .
C{>' offered to help at Pine Castle Single and en Suite a secure Nursery ,
but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our catalogthemost
until this church can assume its own Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold beautiful in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, clearness and directness t
1 routine of services. will appeal to you.
t. :Mr. E. D. M. Perkins is acting as Shower Baths, Free to guests We have not had a great quantity of these catalogues printed, and we are confident that
the supply will hardly be sufficient to go around.
k: choir master at the new Baptist Rates S2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week
i. church. He has a large choir and the Dinners 50 cents -- I

t young people' are doing well under his Lake Garfield Nurseries Company Bartow Florida
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x 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

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grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCESSFUL future of
; of Production.
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 specializedin
-0. 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.

We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree
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I 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. G. Wright in charge. Call on him now and arrange for your supply of

< s 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

l TREES," and their importance to you as a planter of a new grove, with success as your aim.


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reached the maximum of 104 degrees.In LETTER FROM WASHINGTON from Indiana and she from Chicago, '
LETTER TO THE SENTINEL Chicago, within the same period, meeting and blending their lives and ;,I Easy To Open, Easy T 0 Close t
Editor Sentinel While io Orlando fortunes in Orlando and
:- thriving i
FROM STATE BOARD the passed century in 22 mark different has been months.reached In or last January I met a most interesting from the start, made me feel that t j i I Dust Proof, Moderate In Price

Kansas City and St. Louis in more couple, a young man and wife, who heir experience should be 'mact': ',
I than thirty months, and in other were running an auto-bus business to- known, for the encouragement of oth- I
OF HEALTH places more times than in Florida. In gether. He handled the wheel, while ers. Not the same, but other, chancescan j ) Iftr1 r;l
the latter two cities the high records she, looking behind, told him how to be found, for many who want to
':\ The Weather have been 111 and 116, respectively. steer through the intricate maze of tion.make their living in that favored sec .. i It ;
Jacksonville is not the coolest place vehicles around the railroad station. 0 t
"< weather in all your life" its normal anneal average is but a I'who was intelligent and a good talker, Washington, D. C., July 17, 1915. : .. K
The answer usually is: "I I fraction of a degree from that of the I'told how they had gotten on their feet o 3 +l'a Nt .: i ,
did;" but unfortunately for the state at large. Of course, "suffering \:financially in Orlando. Her story, ART IN PAPER ANIMALS 'I' CQ .;, _.. z 0 I tI Itt
loving person, that answer rarely I from the heat" is largely a matter ofi j jI which ought to be made known wher- i" f Iki 1
true. Which suggests the subject "Almost anybody with a pair of : 't ;
I individual temperament, for some people j!, ever any one can be found who hesi- I .s _
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Florida weather at a season when I revel in temperatures that are ex- I Ii tates to come to Florida on small cap- scissors can cut out paper dolls and | ... rt
thermometer is closely and i hausting to others. If a man hasn't ital, was about as follows: animals for the entertainment of chil- j t.t.1 "t .1
consulted. tc do, he notices the heat and "I met this man in Orlando two dren," says a writer in Cartoons I ..fir, k 3 +.J! l, ; t j! 1 1I s
There are a few fundamental I magnifies its, intensity. The busy years ago. We had one trunk and Magazine, "but to dignify each ''cut ., : 1
about the Florida brand of pulls off his coat, rolls up his two suit cases and $10 between us, out' by the name of sculpture, and to I. jOur
that generally are overlooked I:sleeves and forgets the weather. Paraphrasing and decided to get married. We place it on a real artistic pedestal-it f
the climate is discussed. We I a familiar quotation: the bought ten-acre tract a few miles isn't everybody who can do that.
about our winters, and express I i i fault is not with the weather but east of Orlando, and my husband, be "In the so-called paper sculpturesof Eola Box File j
heartfelt sorrow for the denizens ( th ourselves if we are hot. ing a carpenter, paid a couple of Al. Frueh, however, this ideal I' jj
the dreary North, wrapped in I I The discomfort of warm weather months' wages on it, and put up a seems to have been reached. )lr. j
clothing and furs and wading deep I'i mainly from profuse perspira- shanty to keep out of the rain till Frueh's little figures which he snips ,is the most desirable addition to your cffice outfit. Telephone *' :,
drifted snows. But how about the direct result of lofty tem- we could do better. He worked all I from a newspaper, have caused quitea
I and we will bring one around and show
you.
Florida summer article? peratures. If the clothing is of such day at his trade for two dollars anda I furore in the world of art. The

Florida's annual variations of I weight and material that evaporation half a day, and worked on our little II heads of his animals are set naturally \ S. BRANCH
perature, between "the extremes j best produced, the suffering is lessened house at night. I bought a few tur- in place by tucking some of the spare I >
summer and winter, are less it"T 1: to a minimum. The lack of keys and chickens. They helped us !portion of the neck between the shoul- i' THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
those of any other state in the | sudden changes in Florida makes safe from the start by the sale of eggs, I ders. Their backbones are but a
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corded by the United States the Before I makes it for .1.1.11111",11.1. "I" " "I"I"
ing made from cotton and linen, place. long a man came possible them to standup
bureau observers in Florida are I' would be unsafe in the North. along and offered us seventeen hun I provided the window isn't open,
BREAKERS HOTELDAYTONA
than the official high records at : fabrics are good conductors ofheat dred dollars for the place. We were i and there is no draft. A few touches
cago, St. Louis, Kansas City and that is, the warmth of the body paid in cash, and at once bought a i of paint here and there break the BEACH, FLORIDA
score of other inland cities in :quickly passes through them to the house and lot in Orlando, paying a i I monotony of the flat color. The remarkable -
North and West. I world, and the drafts of air few hundred dollars down. We rent- I amount of action and character J Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. ; ;
Florida's changes of the outside passing through ed that at $30 per month. Our payments I to be had from a mere 'scrap Hot and Cold running water in every room
and other weather conditions are hasten evaporation and the conse- on the house were $17 per i of paper' is remarkable. In a paper LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
abrupt, a fact which makes the quent feeling of coolness. They are month, so that we felt that we oughtto j barnyard, for instance, each rooster, Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to
mate in many northern latitudes good protection against cold or buy another house in town, and did ]cow, or pig, has its own individuality. $10 per week, American Plan.
trying and severe. Sunstroke is sudden changes of temptrature and so. We also rented that to advan- ::1 A slight Noah's ark stiffness makes New Bath House Free to Guests
tically unknown in Florida, due to entirely' safe in a Florida summer, tage, and soon had a right good bank j the creatures only the more charming
high percentages of humidity in but unsafe in the summers of Maine account. Then we bought five-acre I and grotesque." MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop. "
atmosphere. Heat prostrations Michigan. place near town, and I spread out I )Ir. Frueh began his experiments, iiiiiiMimtttMiiiMMiiinitiiiiiiiiiiiinTHE
occasionally, but they are rarely The fallacy was long ago explodedthat with my chickens and turkeys, which the writer continues, by pasting paper
and recovery follows with little or a Northern man may not safely the past year brought me in about turtles to the backs of insects, and
medical attention. and comfortably spend a summer in $400. We bought a horse and buggy, making them run races in their
Florida's normal annual rainfall Florida. But whether he is from or and soon added an automobile. .That strange disguise.
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ries only by small percentages the North or the tropics, the best proved a winner, for we are takingin
those of northern inland states. protection against the heat of sum- $5 to $7 of bus business daily, I I STATE BANKS MERGE
these conditions are brought about and its changes, whatever they working together early and late, and .'
the most fortunate geographical be, is cleanliness, regular habits, charging reasonable prices. We are Dade City, Fla.-The American
tion of the peninsula, surrounded a busy life. now thinking of buying another ma- State bank, of Zephyrhills, has boughtout FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES, 35 cents A BASKETThe
salt water, its inland surface cut chine, for as the road system of Or- the real property, banking house, Free Stone Bells and Elberta. See me for crate lots for
numerous streams and lakes, )[ CHANGE OF LOCA ,ange county is improved the bus busi- I fixtures, and business of the First preserving and canning. My price is right.CHICKENS .
which the breezes sweep and TION ness will increase with the winter State bank of that city. The booksof
> HENS AND FRYERS, 1 Sc. to 25c. a pound.
refreshing coolness. Owing to the rebuilding which is tourist travel, and we will make it the First State bank had been in
Taking the United States going on in the Guernsey BlockI pay. I don't know that everybody the hands of an examiner for some FRESH EGGS, 25c. a dozen. r

bureau at Jacksonville, which has Royal have been Palm compelled Barber to Shop close, but up the the 'could do as well, but I know that Orlando time past, and a consolidation was SANITARY TOILET PAPER, 6 rolls for 23c. ,
stantiated records covering the barbers can be found at J. B. Harris' has put us on our feet, and I :agreed upon. The American State
part of a century, as an example place. on Church street, ready to serve know of no place in the country bank will take care of the depositorsand J. w. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH ST .
other stations in Florida, it is Thanking you for favors, where we could have done so well in business of the old bank, and has
Yours truly,
ered that in only eighteen 72012tELIJAH WHITEHEAD. such a short time. We are healthyand moved into the quarters formerly occupied '
months since 1829, has the happy, making a good living, and by the First State bank and
thermometer soared to the Savings checks collected is money don't want anything better." ;:will do business in that building in Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
degree mark, and only twice has I in the bank. 7.7-tf The simple story of this couple, he the future.
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GENUINE I 1 VALUES




IN MOVING our Grocery Store to its new home on Pine Streetwe


find we are overstocked on some lines other lots of odds and ends, some _


of the cans and boxes slightly soiled, which we must clean up, as we won't move


them. So they are yours at prices far below the actual wholesale values. Hereare


supreme values of importance to every woman who would secure Groceries .


of established lines at extraordinary prices. Come early Friday and Saturday, as ::" a'


they will be the two big days, and you wont have an opportunity like this again. 3


Our space is too limited to quote prices, but the stock consists of Canned Corn
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Peas, Tomatoes, Fruits, Jams and Jellies, Extracts, Spices Flour, Brooms, Mops -


and dozens of other items at prices that will surprise you.






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TOE DAILY I I A POLITICAL the offices or the public service.

k FOREWORD.One Wisdom in council, efficiency in Ir.
SIDELIGHTSBy
Florida Sentinel
South public service, and the promotion of
of the most objectionable features -
MORNING AND WEEKLY public welfare should always be rec- W. S. Branch.
t. 1:. GLENN .............. -.....Editor of our political system is the ognized and fittingly rewarded. Self-
W C. ESSINGTON .....BoitncM Manager general indifference to the selectionof
candidates for official places until seeking and scheming for official Roads I
Better
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida spoils should be frowned down with
aa Second Class Mail Matter. the eve of approaching elections. At
I The most reading of newspapers -
cursory -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES such a time a few voters are alwayson emphasis. and periodicals from different DI K N IVE

Daily 1 Year ....................... $5-00 the alert, especially if they have o 'I sections of the United States demonstrates -
Daily. 6 Months ...................... tSO to grind. AX APPEAL TO
Dail S Mont ha ...................... 1-25 axes I beyond a doubt that next to
) ................ AMERICANS.New .
Daily 1 Month ....... .60 But the large majority of voters !crops and the manufacturing and i

Weekly 1 Year ...................... $1.00 give little consideration to the fitnessof York Tribune: German pro- !mercial interests of each com'I, 'I
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN the man for the place, until some pagandist journals are already print- people of all classes are interesting The
Store of the Thrift
ADVANCETO aspirant has announced himself, or ing tabulations of the loss of Demo- II themselves in and spending their Spirit
cratic votes incident to Mr. Wilson's
his and
ADVERTISERS: some wire-puller springs man
for better roads.
boldly proclaims him as the only man performance of his duty. This is an money
Copy f.r ..pla) and all .ther hand-let When the roads l
I present good movement -
adrcrtiiinr matt to handed in at the baiinesiffiee equal to the emergency.To impudent and intolerable assertion of I
", .f, the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. I elect other man would be a the doctrine that the president of the first began to grow there was a
This rule applie any
the day before pnMication.advertising it 1.I United States must think of the votesof disposition on the part of the rural
to chanfTi for contract ; public calamity, is the claim of Mr. Yesterday our average Amer-
:a.ariable and will be strictly adhered to. Wirepuller. It is a fair presumptionthat those frankly devoted to alien interests population of every community to op-
The Sentinel discontinued when national honor and pose it because it seemed to them thatit
Subscribers deiring Mr. Wirepuller always has an national ican
:. should notify the office in writing on was simply a movement to compelthe was a spendthrift, wanton
interest at stake.In
the date of xpiration.. otherwise it will be axe to grind, in spite of the fact that are
J continued at the regular subscription. rates. he always poses as a Moses, fore- this situation there is just one farmers and country people to

a until notice Naafc-r to stop .is...received.Telephone .................. 24THURSDAY ordained to lead us out of the woods. thing for Republicans to do. Their build roads for rich automobile own- wastefulness was the national
ers to ride over and enjoy. But as
f Under the American form of gov- support of a president defending
JULY 22, 1915. ernment, all the public offices belongto American lives and rights must be [i good roads began to be developed the weakness. Today a spirit of '
farmer began to get his to
l the people. The voice of the people complete and unfaltering. American I eyes open
It is gratifying to note that the Republicans must replace German two facts: First, that the making of
t
is supreme. They have the right thrift is sweeping the nation
real better roads would make increasein over
of county an
t 1915 valuations Orange to select their officials, and it is not I Democrats in the national alignment.
estate and personal property and railroad claiming too much to presume that I The president must know and feel the value of all the land adjacentto

4 and telegraph property has increased they are wise enough to select from that at the water's edge all questionsof them; second, the advent of cheap and men and women are begin-

nearly 350000. Real estate, their midst competent and safe men I partisan politics end. automobiles made it possible for

$5,283,460; personal, $821,504; and to serve them. Of course, any man It would be better for the Repub- farmers to begin to own them, and ning to take care of the pennies.Our .
f railroads and telegraphs, $812,490, a has a perfect right to aspire to an lican party to indorse Woodrow Wil- they were not slow to discover that

total of $6,917,454, are convincing figures office. The voters are to decide upon son in 1916 than to permit the princi- the better roads would be not an expense Mid-Summer Sales
t of substantial growth in Orangef his fitness for the place. ple to be established that to defend but a source of profit in many are em-
: It is also interesting to note Hence it is that from ocean to
county. American interests is to commit ways.
f Would it not seem then that it is political -
the figures for Hillsborough county the duty of the citizenry to confer to- suicide. .ocean and from the Gulf of Mexicoto phasizing as never before that
Real estate valuations the most northern sections of the I ,
} published yesterday. gether as they meet one another, regarding Let no American, let no Republican,
t in that county are $14,234.- fit and desirable candidates, be deceived by the far reaching and country and into far Canada millionsof the wise expenditure of one's '

790; personal, $4,000,000 (estimated); in advance of the opening of cam- industrious manipulation now in prog- dollars are being expended to make
and railroads and telegraphs, $2,500- i better roads. With the increased use
paigns, not waiting forIr.. Wire- I ress. income is made most profitableat
i 000 (estimated). Some striking differences puller to tell them who they must or o of traction engines for farm purposesthe
regards railroads and tel- necessity of hard roads will be
as must not support, or for an aspirant, LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL the
egraph corporations and personal val- whether fit or unfit, to announce him- still further emphasized, and so the Dickson-Ives Co. Here are
uations. automobile becomes at once not only
self. It is their work that is to be About City Band
o the cause but the effect of good roads. additional proofs for
done, their interests to be served.If .
The capture of Warsaw will not wait until Orlando, July 20, 1915. And to this end it is safe to say
we an aspirant an-
affect Orlando.It himself Editor Sentinel-A short time agoI that no one man has done more than
nounces we must give him a noticed in the Sentinel columns the Tuesday
Wednesday
o Henry Ford, the originator, inventorand
of the
pledge support or run risk of ,
"What has
question, become of the
that the Sentinel carried
seems promoter of low priced automo-
his ill will. If
incurring wait
we until "
stories about the removalof once superb Orlando band? I have
conflicting biles. And incidentally the owners of
the man who sits in the high back Thursday
the A. C. L. depot at Taft. All refrained from answering this until
chair has matured his plans and an- high priced cars may thank the builders -
rumors are at rest now following a nounced the only man who can fill the today when a new inspiration causedme of cheaper cars that they have
letter from the general superintend- to desire to inform the gentle
bill made the better roads both necessaryand #
we are open to the charge of disloyalty readers of the Sentinel that the "once .

"ent: Jacksonville. Fla., July 19, 1915. to the party if we express an superb Orlando band" is at present possible.The
adverse .
Mr. J. H. Estes, Taft, Fla. opinion.It engaged in trying to collect some of RemnantsCounter
Dear Sir-Replying to yours of the will be many months before the its outstanding money owed the mem- Sentinel congratulates the esteemed -
15th instant. I beg to that we do next election. should
say general Why bers by some of the honorable organi- Ocala Star upon installing a
Taft not contemplate to another location.moving the depot at not the large majority be on the look zations and other companies of this new two-revolution Miehle high speed

Yours truly, out for fit men, and be prepared to city. A CORNET PLAYER.A press-the best an"l J. N. BRAND, express their convictions when the ore two years ago which has

General Superintendent.That proper time arrives, always keepingin proven highly satisfactory in every
sneezeless be
o view the general good, and the paradise may respect. In its write-up of this excellent Silk RemnantsExtra
Remington strike is like a created in New York if the order of
highest in the
efficiency public ser- machine and the places where
box of damp matches. vice. Let no one man or set of men the board of health to exterminate they are in use: in Florida, the Star

o feel that he or they own or control the rag weed is carried out. omitted Orlando and the Sentinel.DEMAND good bargains at this table.
Chickens running at large on the
Remnants of Silks in
one-half
lengths to
premises of those persons who do not
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own said chickens are officially declared 5 yards, in desirable weaves and colors.
nuisance in ordinance
a an
which has just been passed by the Will be soldTuesday


city the point commissioners., the commissioners What is have more decreed to-i ( ( ( ( THE( PRICE( Wednesday, Thursdayat

the owner that a of fine the may chickens be imposed who per-on One-half Price

mits them to run at large.-St. Petersburg -

Independent.In Counter No. 2

., the meantime o what has hap The output of any article makes the price. The

pened to the Dardanelles o ? larger the output the smaller margin of profit the White Goods .


fortunate Orange in county the selection has been of especially her pubI manufacturer can afford to take. Voiles, Batistes, Crepe, Rice Cloth, 1t 1

lic officials. Let us all strive to keep Our output has increased to the place where we Seed Voiles. On sale I
the record unbroken. It is not who,

in but place.what manner of men shall be put can afford to cut the price. You receive the benefit Tues., Wed., Thurs., one-half Price


o and as the demand for our Ice Cream grows so will Counter No.3Fancy
I President Wilson and Secretary
Lansing make a fine team. the price decrease.

o I Wash GoodsIn
Der Kaiser is one hundred years behind
Napoleon but all roads lead to It Melts in Your Mouth. A Cream that delights -

r Elba. the palate and lingersin Seed Voiles, Crepe, Lawn, Organ-
o
Few cranks are willing to stay in the dies, Handkerchief Linens, Tissues, Nov- .

the background; even the one on the memoryVANILLA elties, etc.; also Percale and Ginghams.On .
automobile is in front.
., sale

It is time now for us to be casting PEACH PISTACHIO LEMON
Tues. Wed. Thurs. one-half Price
bout for the most efficient men for CHOCOLATE PINEAPPLE CARAMEL MACAROON ,
the next legislature. Do not wait for
[the man with an axe to grind to do STRAWBERRY CHERRY MAPLE COFFEE
the casting about. BANANA TUTIFRUTI RASPBERRY ORANGE Ribbon RemnantsOne

o
It is gratifying to note that PerryG. table heaped high with the season's -

Wall, candidate for the U. S. sen- IN EFFECT TO-DAY---WEDNESDAY JULY 21st
accumulations. Widths from 1-4 in.
ate, is on the legislative committee of ,J

the Central Florida Highway associa- Packed and Delivered any Place in the CityBULK to 6 in. Solid colors, Fancies, Novelties.
tion. We trust Mr. Wall will be at
the Lakeland meeting in September. Plain with fancy borders, etc. On sale

o BRICK TWO OR MORE COLORS ICES Tues. Wed. Thurs. one-half price
There is
a possibility of the next WITH ICE CENTERS ,
f t annual convention of the National
..
f- Tax Commission being held in the Ancient
f':'". City. St. Augustine is a live 1 qt. $ .40 $ .50 $ .60 $ .40

{ candidate for the honor. Hundreds of

prominent men throughout the country 2 qt. .75 .90 1.05 .75
j. are members.

:' If Germany takes 0 Calais the Brit- 3 qt. 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.00 Dickson-Ives CO

ish navy must be obliterated before
'\ the Kaiser can crow about his world 4 qt. 1.40 1.65 1.90 1.20

empire. A world empire without any

commerce, colonial possessions or I
open seaports is like a submarine At the factory unpacked 30c qt. bulk .DEPARTMENT STORE.

ithout a torpedo. i iHand's ... ... ,

o i ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
le editorial page of the Florida \
The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy
ropolis looks like a sheepfold af-
[a.. lion raid. We don't know wheth- Ice Cream Co. of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -

rver's departure had anything at right prices

t to with it or not. The Florida I.
: is awaiting the arrival of that Phone 566 H. E. HAND, Prop. Phone 666

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PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK'S Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Lewis and chil- j The Hand Ice Cream Factory will

CHECK CAMPAIGN OF dren, Richard and Frances, are among not have tuti fruti and bisque cream

rlmtfcn Snrirt I GREAT INTERESTFor the Orlando people who are enjoying today, but instead will have cherry

the delights of the coast this week :and pistachio. Strawberry has also

several days the Peoples Na GRANDTODAY they having motored over to DaytonaI I been added to their daily bulletin.
tional Bank has been out of savings Tuesday.
Thursday July 22. July 22, at 7:30 o'clock. All membersare checks for the savings campaign J. E. Godwin, who came here from
Kil Kare Klub will picnic at Camp
Flonuzea. urged to be present. !which they inaugurated not long since. PEACHES, 23c. PER BASKETAt Orlando some weeks ago and has

Subscription dance at the Country Mrs. F. L. Anderson, Noble Grand. More checks have been ordered for I i made a large circle of friends in his

Club. \ some time and are on the way, being Orange avenue fruit store Nick short space of residence, departed for
Francisco, the fruit man, has 100
MRS. JO Ar. CHENEY- SOCIETY NOTESOF expected to arrive soon. Since the crates Georgia peaches, 25 cents per Orlando this morning and will again
INTEREST.Miss opening of the campaign the bank basket. Telephone 609. Free deliv make that city his home.-St. Peters-
NEW .
HOSTESS TO CLUB.A
Rosina Jacocks will today !
depart has used more than four times the ery. 7-22-2tc burg Independent.
new card club which has recently for Beach, where she
Virginia
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amount of these savings checks whichit
-
been organized met Tuesday after- will spend two weeks, invited guestof ;
noon with Mrs. Joe Y. Cheney, who Judge and Mrs. Mullen, of Peters- was at first thought would be required WORLD FILM CORPORATION Ii=I= 0 JI'
for the entire campaign. The
j 4 jtertamed the members and a few after which will fora U )
burg; they go new savings plan is proving one of "Get It At Allen's"ALWAYS
guests at a porch party. Bridge was month's stay in the mountains of Presents
the greatest possible successes, and
played, Miss Lillian Smith winningthe Virginia. Then, after a stay in Pe- the bank officials have received
prize, a deck of cards in a leather tersburg, Miss Jacocks will visit other com- lIARGARETVYCHERL YIn
munications from several other towns
case. The members of the club are relatives in Richmond, Norfolk,and
whose citizens and merchants de-
Mrs. Frank Guernsey, Mrs. Dave Rog- Tarboro, N. C. Judge Mullen is judgeof are ff;f
sirous that the plan be started in the '
ers, Mrs. Joe Cheney, Misses Berta the Hustings courts of Virginiaand their I -cJ >.
Branch, Sara Slemons, Helen War- North Carolina. He and Mrs. territory. t I tI ItY ;. ff i... IIi

low, 1IaryIcCullough.. The guests Mullen toured Florida a year ago, and New York Gudson Theatre I i j4i 1'K: .! ..../ 1
DEATH OF FRANK J. FORD '
4 invited were Mrs. J. Ralph Yearby, visited Mrs. Jacocks and family. Sensation t".l .}!:/t!J' ""Mzi.\
:Miss Millie\ Smith, Miss Lillian Smith I
Frank J. Ford died at 5 o'clockes 1\ ;
5 ; z_
and Miss\ Mary Branham. The club ADDITIONAL LOCALSS. 'r
"THE FIGHT'By l" r !> -'
the
terday morning, at age of 46. He
will and the ( '
meet every Tuesday name / 9fl
had been in health' for time. <
poor some
selected is Another Bridge ClubA. J. Sligh, of Tampa and Orlando, He leaves a wife and four children, Bayard Veiller "' if :
B. C. for short.
was in the city yesterday looking
two boys and two girls. The remainswere
# after his beautiful grove near Sulphur Author of "Within the Law, o
CHRISTIAN CHURCH shipped by express to Ports- OX TIME Q
Springs. Mr. Sligh is one of mouth, N. Y., yesterday afternoon.He etc. An exceptional productionin
ORGANIZES.A the largest and most successful citrus can be he who carries one of our watches. For they beat the sun in
at time
was one an employe of
very interesting meeting was fruit in Florida and his See thin model watches if
promoters the Curry & Smith cigar factory. The five excellent acts. accuracy. our new you would have a
held Wednesday afternoon at the many Tampa friends are always gladto 'arrangements were in charge of Un- time piece that takes up hardly any room. They are especially
home of Mrs. Jacob Hausler, on East see him. Tampa Tribune.L. dertaker Hand. adapted for evening dress; though many men find them equally
Anderson street, by the members of
I fine for everyday wear. See them any way.
the Christian church, and a society II. Bingham, assistant city ticket
!
N DEATH OF NEWTON C. EUNICE
lOc. cents 20 cents
organized. Rev. Chisholm, pastor of agent for the Atlantic Coast Line in ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
the Christian church at Kissimmee, Jacksonville his ,
vacation,
now on Newton C. Eunice GS old 16
years ,was .dj
presided, and the following officers
in the
was
city yesterday extending
found dead in his bed yesterday morn- 0YAR = .
were elected: President, Mrs. Rob- friendly greetings to the local trans-
ing. When Mr. Eunice did ariseat
not .
ert Bellamy; vice-president, Mrs. S. portation boys. He left last night to Tomorrow: Jesse L. Lasky's i' .n. -
the usual hour, he was called, and
C. Winebrenner; secretary, Miss Faye join his family in Orlando.-Tampa Remember, two coats of Patton's
when he did not respond his room was great production, "The Arab.
Vaughan; treasurer, Mrs. Hausler. Tribune.Mr. Velumina gives results equal to threeor
The next meeting will be at the entered and he was found dead. lie four coats of ordinary flat wall
will be buried today in the Patrick paints. Remember, it needs no sizeor
home of Mrs. Winebrenner, at C23W'est and Mrs. A. J. Nye and son left cemetery. Undertaker Hand is in surfacer, flows easily, shows no
Church street, on Wednesday, last night on the 12:30 train for a -- laps or brush marks, gives a rich,
August 4. All members of the Chris- tour of the West. They will visit charge of the funeral arrangements. uniform washable tone and durable.and dries with a film,

tian church are invited to be present. points of interest en route to California I Agents for high-grade varnishes,

and will also take in the sights at Sentinel Want Ads Pay. ISNIP1N1 paints and wallpaper.

PICNIC ATJOYLAND. .. the Panama-Pacific exposition in San
Favoritej
3 Francisco. On their return trip they
An enjoyable party picnic in honorof will go to New York where Mr. Nye Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct

little Anna May Fudge, who is has business matters claiming his at- TODAY'S PROGRAM '
ROOf GARDNTODAY ( i h 205 S. Orange: Avenue
going away soon, was given at Joy- tention. Reliance. "The Jeweled Dagger of ., I ..
,
land Tuesday. Lunch was served and Fate." I. "j Phone 26I -
games played. Those present were KNIGHTS OF PYTIIIAS Thanhouser. "Jealousy. A drama. COLEMAN & xxniv
American."The Smouldering "
Edith and Dorothy McMakin, Jose- Spark.
On the 27th of this month a grana Keystone. Comedy, "Caught in the
phine Mann, Mildred Cook, Anna May "
district meeting will be held at San- Act. HillliM.* tMtlHIHI8IMHIiHMICBIMMBI.ilM ..
Stella This is Don't miss :
Fudge, May Bradley. Miss a good program.
ford. Will you go? We must make
this
comedy.
Keystone
Johnny Smith, chaperon.
this one grand good time. Mr. Pom- Five cents to all.
eroy will have his goat in line of IN THE NAME OF THE KING The New Ice CompanyPHONE jj
BACHELOR GIRLS CLUB
march and Mr.
H. C. Robertson will
:MEETING POSTPONED.The Episode No. 5 of "Under The SEE OUR SKATING RINK AD. for
have William in charge. Come out
meeting of the Bachelor Girls and take part, Brother Knight. The Crescent." Princess Hassan. special attraction. 7-13-tf 675

Club which was to have been held at regular meeting on the 23rd, Friday

the home of Miss Jean Person yes- night, with work in the second rank.

terday afternoon has been postponedand Come and see them do it, and sign up "SIMPLE POLLY" The Cathedral School Delivery Daily -.$ ,
will be held Friday afternoon at
for Sanford on the 27th and help the
3:30. community that much.C. A Comedy Drama, Pauline Bush.

-- K. Pomeroy, H. C. Robertson; Orlando's Select Boarding and Day Wait for our wagon. We think

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ON H. O. School for Girls
Rogers, committee. will like our ioe.
BOARD THE FRAMALIN.Mr. M. S. King, C. C. 7-22-2tc "THE MECHANICAL MAN" 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 you

and Mrs. James Laughlin III., Primary, Intermediate and Academic
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING AT Joker Comedy. Grades
who are cruising north on their yacht HOME

the Framalin, celebrated their eighth Why pay more for car overhaulingand :Max Asher, Gale Henry, Wm. Also' Musi., Art, Elocution, Physical
The New Ice
wedding anniversary on board Friday, repairing at a garage. I can do Culture and Domestic Science. i ; Company1'111111111""I""I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I'I.I"llt jj
July 16, with a dinner. it at your home for half and all work Franey and Phrozo the Doll ManA For Catalogues address the Rector,

absolutely 7-22-3t* guaranteed. Phone 702. Rer. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M,

REBEKAHSTO Orlando, Fla.
MEET. WANTED nice little baby car- FINE BILL
riage or perambulator. Must be
\\f Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 will bargain. Address postal to "B," care a --
meet in regular session on Thursday, Sentinel. 7-22-3tc
Dress Pattern to be
given away FRANK A. CURTIS \VIUI1M R. ,0'KEAL

tonight at nine o'clock. -i?

r Established 1886


The One-Price Theater ,

1 The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN :.
7 CURTIS & O'NEAL .

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keep right up to the minute, and have everything a first- PEACH .

class drug store should cary. CARAMELICE Tuti Fruits Chocolate I Bisque / 2 } -

Pound can pure Violet Talcum Powder _____________________19c l ;
CREAMS.\ :
Wright's White Violet Talcum ------------_______________17c Pineapple ( Tr J ;

Jergin's Crushed Roses, glass bottle ----------______________7c .. .' ,'f' ."" .,-..'
Colgate's Violet Cashmere Boquet Eclat and Baby Talcum15cCome .

to us for your medicine and drug store things and CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, lOc. We deliver from one quart upiland's r < l' .

know you will get the right kind-right prices. We appreciateyour ', .. h) .j: :

trade. Registered Pharmacist always in charge.On '" : .. 'li '
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Saturday next between eight and ten o'clock we will give -

with every glass of cherryade a box Maxixe Cherries. .
CLUB SANDWICH 23c Pure Ice CreamPhone )

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PREPARATIONS BEING MADE TO will be WANT TO BE A SCOUT" MAY PROTECT SHIPS i CROP OUTLOOK BRIGHT I more than last year. The prospective -

ENTERTAIN G. A. R. VETERANS the G. A. 'I Washington, D. C.-Grain crops in wheat crop of England and Walesis
ing death Cave Scout, in Boy's Life, the Washington, D. .-An arrange-
England and Italy promise greater placed at 63,000,000 bushels, a 3-
By Lynne M. Lamm addition Boy Scouts' Magazine) ment being negotiated between Great
I sitting in my cave one day yields this year than last. Forecasts 000,000 increase, the barley crop 4-1-
Washington, July .-Elaborate feelin' sort of blue, Britain and the Standard Oil companyis cabled today to the department of agriculture 000,000, a 7,000,000 decrease, and the
same bustled in and said expecte< to save the company's
preparations are being worked out :" put the Italian wheat crop oats crop at 89,000,000, an increase of .
erans, morning! How d'do! ships from seizure. Under the plan
here for the accommodation of 70,000G. ![ were split, his pants were the at 189,000,000 bushels, 20,000,000 ,10,000,000.SKATING ,
lief Corps company would agree to limit the
I
A. R. veterans and their friends I I ripped, --- -- ----
I hadn't any tie, amount of shipments to neutral Euro-
who will attend the 49th annual en- War, i j have done :you good to see pean countries to the figures shown

campment of the organization to be dred i II, "twinkle in his eye. by the statistics of the period before RINK
said I. "Hello, yerself;
held in this city from September 27 The answered with a grin. the war to be the normal consump-

to October 2. hold a II your name," I asked, and who tion. A similar arrangement is be-
A special citizens subcommittee has defense dickens let you in?" ing considered in connection with the
R. name is Jim, but that ain't what trade. Masquerade Carnival and i Dance
been appointed to look out for this 'I:. to see about.
one feature, and as a result of the At the mister, tell me how to join,
good,work that has already been done held here |j|I to be a scout!" TRYING OUT NEW PAVING Night of July 23rd

and is now under way there will be the i I:
just today a letter came
no exorbitant rates charged in either sons some place way out West. Kissimmee, Fla.-The new paving in Mask and Costume 7:30 9 o'clock.
hotels or boarding houses. As a part believed I''I of hard to read it but :i brick, cypress wood-tex, made from Skating : to

of their work this committee adver- ness of try to do my best. I cypress sawdust and hydrolime, an Unmasked 9:30: to 10 o'clock. Dancing
Mr. Cave Scout," so it reads
tised in all of the daily newspapersof many I I asphaltic composition, is being tested
know that will be
this city asking boarding house ment. to get you a letter from I in Kissimmee, a square having been from 10 to 12

;, proprietors and those who wish to ior vice I feller such as me. laid on Broadway at the intersectionof I
-
rent rooms to list with them at their pressed Billy Jones, he told me that Emmett street. As this is a busy I ADMISSION 10 CENTS
Cave Scout he can tell
headquarters at the chamber of com- of the most anything he asks, corner, the lasting qualities are being -

merce all of the data concerning their he here's my question. Well given a severe test. The compo- Dancing, Gentlemen 50c., Ladies Free
rooms. This information consists of charges needn't laugh, you bet your socks sition of which the brick is made was j

addresses and telephone numbers, rooming what I'm about- invented by J. Wade Tucker, of the
farmer boy in Kansas and I
prices for rooms with and without to be a scout!" Everglade Cypress company, of '

meals, with and without baths, and in KEY Loughman.
fact every detail which might be [ upon a friend one day
has a little lad ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
asked by any one intending to rent Sentinel Want Ads Pay.
t' ten years old, I guess, he is,
rooms. This information is tabulated Key my! but he was sad. .
and put into a card index system. Florida well," said I, "why all this

.e Several persons are at work on this gloom, Jacob Burkhard SHEET METAL CO.
some one punch your head?
'- continually and it is said that hun- board you've been acting up
dreds are bringing in this informa- Reid, got to go to bed?" .
tion. ficers and that ain't it; I'm mad because PLUMBER
too blamed You see Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
It is said at the headquarters that the young. ,
night the fellers formed a
good comfortable rooms will be avail- thusiasm. troop-
and Rubber Roofings
able for the veterans at anywherefrom the goin' camping, gee!

50 cents per day up, without ceed results."I' have had to a leave holy circus me out., but Cornices, Skylights .Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings' \
1 meals, so that no one need stay away where only ten years old, but gosh; Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"HAS
: from the encampment because of high using the want to be a scout!"

room rent. Hundreds of letters are stroyer. I Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

being received daily by the chairmanof will go big land I guess there are ,
million boys at least
this committee asking about the held en
Portland on the western coast
rooms and all that is necessary to do Portland in the east OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP I
is to look at the card index system beneficial wish, with all their hearts and

and one is able to tell just what will souls. b
they could wear a hat OX WEST PINE STREET, JUST The Market
suit the inquiring person. Reserva \ khaki pants and flannel shirt :
tions have been made for scores of leggings and all that:
delegations, many of whom wish to Tampa hike and camp and do first aid ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.Phone OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
tanned and strong and tall,
be together, as well as for many in- missing do their good turns every day, OPPOSITE POST .OFFICE
dividuals. It has been a part of the Jack shinney up a wall! FRESH AND SALT HEATS
duty of the committee to interviewthe dredge bet they want to do it! Can't adltl
hotel and restaurant I almost hear them shout- Kept under the best sanitary c Ba.
managers I some one please give me a Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
proprietors and call their especial at- foot of chance?
tention to the fact that both room I left his to be a scout!" 204Hart's and pore.
-- Invite and gaarantee satisfaction. We
and food prices shall be normal. This Saturday We inspectioB have

has been promised and it is thought I his way eTerythteff in the Meat LJae.;

1 by the committee that no trouble will Meat Prices
be experienced along these lines. night. H. 1 2 Self & Co.

In addition to these of the
PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREETValEnamel

congress tions $11,000, just before was accommoda-I had came been Cannot Be Beat ..

the erection of public comfort sta- months ,

..... tions and like incidental expenses. W. A.
This work will be in charge of Major *
Raymond W. Pullman, superintendentof Special Prices Valspar I IIt I

police of Washington. The Woman' -
STEAK .................. .......... ................... lOc. to use the Best.
Relief Corps is to be in chargeof f pays

the information booths and they father, STEAK .................. .............................. loc. You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers

will be ably assisted by the Boy with STEAK .................... .............................. 18c. Paints and Varnishes at
A
Scouts. one year
This 49th will celebrate is .\. PORK ............................................... 18c.
encampment boy Finley's Pioneer Paint Store

the 50th anniversary of the forged PORK ................ .............................. 22c.
grand review of the troops at the ter- father, CASH :\ YP.C.HART Comer Pine and Court St. Phone 67
mination of the civil war by President one.
Johnson, and it is the plan of thosein him in We have the best men and the best equipment to do

charge that at this 49th encamp- to give the best work. The best is the cheapest.

ment may be reproduced, as nearlyas offense.
possible, that review. It is expected Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat

that President Wilson will review -
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Morning Sentinel Want Were strong for the Wellington .
Directory is the Greatest Want Pipe. lit built on exactly the correct -
\ ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. principle for the coolest sweetest -
cleanest smoke you ever did ,
Terms Cash in Advance. in the big chair.
enjoy ]BUTTER MILK 1
Cement Plaster and Lime Smoke Wellington and you wont
Agatite Fresh
Every
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_________ ___ have any boiling in
For One Day 23t<< saliva cant to the fee. You stuffa 5c. per glass
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For Three Daya 50c load of( favorite tobacco Into 25c.
For Six Days _______________75c this bully your good pipe. and you're I per gallon :.
1 For One Month ____________$ .50 off for a good time.._ CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies on all ads of from our BUTTER
Pick Wellington
25 words or less. If the ad con- assortment your shape for your pref- I Fresh Homemade .
tains more than 25 words the rate first-class
erence every one a pipe. SANDWICHES
will be one cent per word for
sertion.If each additional. word, for each in- Good and Bad Cigar Store I PIES AND CAKES

A RUUD WATER HEATER the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Ac-to \V&V'
counts opened by telephone will be ARCADE MILK DEPOTSURVEYING
t payable the following day. (

FREEWith Every Home-Every Business
Every Man has use for a Made InAmerico
Sentinel Want Ad. 25c35c

Plating and Sub-Dividing

FOR SALE PROMPT AND ACCURATE
SOC WORK
MULES FOR SALE
Pair nice mare mules in good condi- Up HAL A. IRISHCivil
tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul-
every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an en- ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply Engineer
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining -
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tirely new service we will give absolutely FREE one RUDD Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc I -Read--- -the--Morning- Sentinel for the 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.

TANK WATER HEATER, regular price $12.00, or we will makean FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top' news. lOc. a week delivered.Typhus.
and wind shield, at Ford Garage.
allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- 7-3-tf -- -- -- ----- -- WeekEndRates

stantaneous Water Heater.If FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
one quarter mile from city limits; The In
you have a water heater and want a new range let us very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.

make you an attractive price on one. 6-9-tf FOR SALE Serviais From ORLANDODAYTONA

Come in and talk it over with us. SIX
CYLINDER. SEVEN PASSENGER
the outcome of uncleanly con-
CAR. THIS IS A BAR
I GAIN. IF yOU WANT A GOOD i ditions. We are not in danger I $2.30
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf' of such outbreaks, but there are .
I' NEW SMYRNA
FOR RE"TFOR many minor troubles, which $1.85ORMOND
may prove detrimental to your
RENT-Furnished and unfur-
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. health, or that of your family,if
Knox. 7-9-tf you do not safeguard yourself $2.50

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO; FOR RENT-Anderson bungalow on .against unsanitary conditions.We VIA
Lake for furnished.
Conway rent
invite you to come in and
Inquire of Mrs. S. Frank Phillips,
Pine Castle. Rent reasonable. assure yourself of our uptodateand Atlantic Coast Line
GAS DEPARTMENT 7-21-lt* entirely sanitary methods.

WANTEDMASQUERADE Standard Railroad of the South
OrlandoSteam
CARNIVAL AND Tickets sold for all trains Satur-

DANCE JULY 23 day and forenoon Sunday, lim-
Skating in mask and costume, 7:30 LaundryPHONE
to 9 o'clock. Unmasked 9:30 to 10 ited to return by midnight of
J o'clock. Dancing from 10 to 12. Ad- 88 following Tuesday.For .
mission, 10 cents; dancing, gentlemen50c.
& ., ladies free. Orlando Skating
Rink. 7-17-tf Information Call on '

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
Phone and 333 service for your fresh meats. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. ,
Quality our motto. Cox'sMeat
Notice--Special saleM Market. Church street. 6-22-tf CLINT BASSPHONE Orlando

To reduce our stock as much as possible 375WestJefferson
by the 15th, will give a discountof
25 per cent. off our regular cash Street Cut Flowers
price on any goods in store. Ham- Successor to F

BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 mond & Gore. 6-5-tf and Plants
Whenever you want the best and Uandi Wood CompanyWood
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox
And continuing for two weeks he on promptly Church street filled.and your order 6-22-tf will of AIIKinds: Floral Designs >s


I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ]I "while Umbrellas you wait recovered," at Young's and repaired Repair PROMPT REASONABLE SERVICE PRICE .;
Shop 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc

BUYERS AND SELLERSI i.Violet Dell Florist. I..

On all Ladies' Skirts buy, sell rent, and exchange real
Millinery, estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., J. II. CARUTHERSPhone

Kimonas, and House Dresses over$20,000,000.30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over 509. 408 South Lake St. }
10-6-3m P. A. LEWTER. .,

Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB I 0
DR. L H. RAMSDELL OSTEOPATHDR.

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Located in the Arcade Building OPTOMETRIST .
JOSEPHINE HARPER
All work guaranteed and neat- ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
ly done. Our work is the best FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES Office corner Orange Avenue and
Come and look at our line and our prices are the lowest. AND DO ALL KINDS OF Church SU Davis &: McNeil Bid*.,
This is the place to have your OPTIC'Af. REPAIRING Phone, 419.

\ SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. old clothes made new.

Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .

WINTER GARDEN, FLA. dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
pressed _____________40c. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

pressed --__________50c
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. DIRECTOR

We do ladies' work also. Giveus FS
a trial and be convinced. AND EMBALMER

.. Clothes called for and delivered.

y EXCEPTIONAL OFFER Bargai n Phone 613.
All calls answered Promptly Dayor

Phone 72 Night. Hand Block.

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Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne Paul V. HutchinsAttorney Orlando, Florida.PHONE .


with plenty of Foliage and Counsellor at Law 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, a ,

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and Trees. I Davis & McNeil Bldg

ORLANDO, FLA.
New house, 8 rooms and bath.

Price $2000.00 Location perfect, 4 blocks from
Harness Makingand The Orlando Meat MarketT.
center of
city, east side.

F For quick sale $3000. Cash or RepairingAll A. YANCY, Manager] S

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

Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of.Town Orders. '
23 West Church Street, in Hopkins ,
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Shoe Shop. /Business '135 P. O. BOX 226
PHONES Resldenee 133 Cor. Orange Ave.and Church'St.
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Attorneys C. B. Robinson and V. S.
"" Starbuck spent yesterday in DeLandon

l :. professional business.
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"C'" I I Mrs. W. P. Scruggs, who has been
\ visiting relatives' and friends in Orlando -

for a few days, left yesterdayfor
her home in Atlanta.Mr. .
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have been visiting relatives and
friends in Orlando, returned yesterday -
to their home in Sanford. WORTH


t not give greater elasticity to your cur- your Ask money for savings in the bank.checks; they 7-7-tf are $1.04 for Each $1.00

rency by making it accomplish larger things-to

; make it go farther and prove its ability to earn Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Sadler, of They are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by

r more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- Oakland, were among the popular visitors the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants:
spending several hours in Orlando -
ty here in earning 4 per cent. yesterday.Mrs. .
[ Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery..
W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
;: Our steady growth in deposits D. B. Raybon, who was calledto Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room. '
Hortense, Ga., some days since on City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
- and general business is evidenceof Co. Pianos. Juan Auto
Drennen-Lattner San Garage, Supplies.
account of the illness of her father,
ability to serve our customers John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.J. .
r returned to Orlando last evening.Mrs. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
well, and the character of our Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
Board of Directors gives assurance 4 % W. M. Vestal, who has beenseriously avenue and Arcade building. Store.
I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
ill at St. Luke's is
of strength and conserva- hospital J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
; tive management in "stretching convalescing at present and in all Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
probability will be out again in a Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.
the earning capacity of your dol- short time.Savings. T. P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.
lars."

)Y checks are worth $1.04 for
every $1.00. 7-7-tf
kyr
L. H. Manning and E. L. Roach, two They can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart-
The State Bank of Zellwood's popular and enterprising ment of the

k citizens, were among the visitors
Orlando Fla. transacting business at the county
! capital yesterday.Mr. The Peoples National Bank

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and Mrs. R. E. Waters and

daughter, Lucile, left yesterday for
New Smyrna where they will spend a
couple of weeks enjoying life on the
I beach.
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--- -- -- = J. A. Fbuche, who has been visiting -
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his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Helms and family, in this city, for
some days, returned last night on the 111.1.1..11,11111111.11.111..1.1.,1.111..1..11111.11111111 MIMItMttlMCnmilll49nMMiMIIIIIMIMMIMMIII6MMMIMIIMimiliailliM,
It's An Economy To midnight train for his home at Mc-

A Donough, Ga. >

Buy Now! How many savings checks have you

collected? 7-7-tf PACKARD Wins Grand |

J. V. Alspaugh was among the arrivals -

\ in Orlando yesterday afternoon
from Cincinnati where he has been

spending the past several weeks with Prize at San FranciscoThe
Mrs. Alspaugh. He will shortly leave
with Mr. B. Beacham in his large

touring car for an automobile trip to

fF Asheville, N. C. only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

Water ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -'
Spring Mrs. J. D. Williams and little
daughter, Elizabeth, arrived in Or- were both awarded to PACKARD.It .
lando yesterday afternoon from At- is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali- '-

r. lanta, Ga., to visit their cousin, Miss ties of permanent success that are back of the new
Ida Austin, at 106 Gould street, and
Is standard for
a their uncle, Mr. A. M. McConnell, one
of the successful horticulturists of the
purity, aids diges- Hiwassee section. Packard TwinSixSan

tion and eliminates
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jones and interesting

little daughter, Miss Louise,
acidity. :: ::
in Orlando yesterday from Oak-
...... were
"" land. Mrs. Jones and daughter left
This being accomplished a world of sick on the north bound train over the At- Juan Garage Company ii

ness Is saved. Nature provided Spring Water lantic Coast Line for Homestead, on
the East Coast, to visit another
and Spring Water alone for mankind and
Sadler. Orlando-Daytona
daughter, Mrs. Ralph
nothing can take its place.BEGIN .

Savings checks are money in the DISTRIBUTORS
NOW bank. 7-7-tf

Mrs. H. C. Robertson, daughter and .., ..111\11,11..11..1111.11..1..1..1..1.1. *.. ......10.111'
son, Mary Francis and Frank Sperry,

Elder Spring Water Co. and Miss daughter Mildred: ,Dovel Miss Mrs.Grace C., and A. Boone Rich- . .tiittii . miutiiiit . , UMCMIM

ard Rogers left yesterday afternoonover I
ORLANDO, FLORIDA the Atlantic Coast Line for I
Asheville, N. C., where they will People Are Saving More Than EverOne

Phone WRIGHT, 444 spend the remainder of the summer in I
the mountains.The .


Misses Margaret and Elizabeth
Robertson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.V. .
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\ H. Robertson, were among those
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rya
\ leaving Orlando yesterday afternoonover fi.
the Atlantic Coast Line for Hen-
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dersonville, N. C., where they will great benefit has come to these. :

\ DON'T ALLOW THATBIRTHDAY join Mrs. Robertson, who left several United States through the European War.It .
days since to spend the summer in
the mountains.Mr. has made us a SAVING NATION. t .,..

__I'. i As a nation we are earning more than ,
H and Mrs. W. T. Kenner, or Dal- ever before, and we are saving more. .: i

I __ OR OTHERANNIVERSARY ton, who have been spending some Competent authorities say that we are
time in this section visiting Mr.: and E
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,- richer by a quarter of a billion dollars
I Mrs. J. K. Swick, returned yesterday
morning over the Atlantic Coast Lineto through invested savings.The }

their home in Georgia. Mr. Ken- safest form of investment for individual i j
z. ner is one of the prosperous farmersin savings is the Savings Account.
\:_ TO GO BY DEFAULT his state, and while here did consid-
here and they will earn '
t. erable prospecting and acquainting Place your savings ..
:; WE HAVE JUST THE "CORRECT" GIFT FOR THE himself with the conditions in Orange interest at 4 per cent. ,t.z.- ,

: ::: OCCASION county, and was so favorable impressed a -
that he will in all probabilitylocate r t

I Ia Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. in this vicinity. : : ii ; i ia

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Mclntosh's orchestra will furnish
.P music for the dance Friday night. .
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The Orlando Bank & Trust Company" < *

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'* Y OSTEOPATHS Capital, Surplus and Profits 141000.00
,? Personal instruction under Dr. Still
.; at Kirksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above '
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