The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00093
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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r GERMAN FORCES FROM REDUCING Paris.-It was one year ago yesterday I her yoke. She was completely carried CONTAINS NO DIPlOMATIC

POLISH CAPITAL that the Austrian ultimatum !:away by the idea of dominating, as
i i I well as the mania which led her to
to Servia, which led up to the war,
i believe she could not exist without

Germans Find It Difficult To Transport was issued. The French press notes |uncontested superiority in Europe."

the anniversary in articles voicing the j The dramatist writes in the Figaro: HEAT A T IS NOT MENACING

Heavy Guns And AmmunitionDespite resolution of the allies to carry on '"France did not show the least hesi- ;

the war unswervingly.The I'tation, the least doubt about the dan-

Matin says: ger which menaced her, nor in regard

This Fact Teutons Hammering Away With Undiminished "Germany had reached the point of !jto the enemy's design. Rarely has an OPENS WAY FOR FUTURE

Vigor-Neither Berlin or Vienna Claim Any Progress and wishing to crush by diplomacy, if not |army had more prompt aid. We Another Note DISCUSSION, THINK

t by force, nations unwilling to accept .swore to conquer." I
Virtually Admit That Offensive During Last Few Days SOMENOTEIRDEDMULIMJIIIIM
To Britain

Has Weakened-Russians Have Torn Up All I

Roads and Burned the Villages JAPAN WILL BUILD 39 SUITS ARE FilED AGAINST SoonWashington I IOnly

Behind Them NEW 'WARSHIPS DUVAL COUNTY July 23.-The publica- ; One Paragraph Contains

London 23.-Entrenched behind their 'defenses
July strong
tion by the state department this af- Even the Suggestion of a

guarding Warsaw and checking the swift progress which has 4 DREADNOUGHTS, 2 SCOUT FIVE JACKSONVILLE BANKS ternoon of the text of the note to Ger- Threat-President Re-

brought the Austro-Germans almost to the Polish capital; fight- many was immediately followed by
ing of tremendous violence going on along the Lublin-Cholm rail- statements that the way has now been turns to Cornish
way on the Vistula river and along the Narew river; behind nat- cleared for the launching of the long Washington, July 23.The text of
Great Britain calling
overdue note to ,
ural barriers formed by the two rivers, the game Russians have Cost About $90,000,000- Banks Said to Hold Unpaid I her attention to violations of interna-I the reply made by the United States '

concentrated defenses which despite a lack of ammunition are Military Authorities Would County Warrants Amount- tional law as affecting United States to the German note concerning the .,
sinking of the Lusitania and on the
most difficult to
Like to Postpone Action ing to One-half Amountof commerce.It .
Berlin and Vienna Do Not Claim ProgressIn Because of ChangesTokio. Damages Asked was stated by an important offi- subject of Germany's submarine war-
fare made public this
their retreat to the two rivers the Russians have torn up the cial that as violations of this law by was .

railroads and burned all the villages. Across the barren charred Four superdreadnoughts, Jacksonville.-Five of the banks of Great Britain have been persisted in the state after department.Soon the text of the note had

country the Germans are finding great difficulty in transportingtheir two scout boats, twenty-four destroyers the city have filed suits for alleged notwithstanding the note to her innumerable will remind protests her that been given out the president went to
eight submarines and one parent damages against the county, prelim-
vacation and
heavy guns and ammunition trains. continued of American Cornish a Secretary
ship for seaplanes, that is the naval inary papers having been filed during oppression
Secretaries Gar-
With undiminished vigor, however, they continue hammeringthe to usu- Frank trade can not be regarded as other- Lansing town.
increase program, according yesterday in the office of rison and Daniels will also be absent
Russian lines north, south and west Warsaw, but neither ally well informed newspapers, which Brown, clerk of the circuit court, the wise than unfriendly.The until about Tuesday.The .

Berlin nor Vienna today claims that the progress is equal to that will be introduced in the next sessionof five suits started involving alleged freedom of the seas is at the only suggestion of a threat or
bottom of the whole be-
attained by them during the recent days of the tremendous fight' the diet. The necessary credits, damages to the amount of $159,000.The controversy menace to Germany in the note is in
the United States and Germanyand
would be tween 3
for the greatest prize of war to date. estimated at $90,000,000, declarations will not be filed the United States and Great Brit- the last paragraph, and it is believed
spread over a period of four years until several weeks from now, rule that changes were made in it just be- :
ain and this scarcely be regardedas
I can
from 1916. day, the first Monday in August, the
the cables.
was put on
LATEST AMERICAN NOTE COMMENTED UPON FAVORABLY the other than a triangular identical
t The original plan prepared by papers filed yesterday being praecipefor This paragraph says: "Friendshipitself

BY LEADING BERLIN NEWSPAPERS national defense council last year was summons ad respondendum.It problem. prompts the American Govern- .

Copenhagen, July 23.-The only word obtainable from Germany understood to have been eight battle- is understood that the banks hold JANE ADDAMS IS GIVEN SPLENDID ment to say to the Imperial German

tonight is that the American note was given out there this after- ships, eight battle cruisers, six scout warrants issued by Duval county WELCOME HOME Government that any repetition by j F

noon and that important Berlin newspapers proclaim the note to ships, sixty-four destroyers and twen- which warrants remain unpaid, and commanders of German naval vessels J :-
submarines during a term of that while the banks have waited fora
ty-four of the acts in contravention of their
be "friendly but worded with much determination." Chicago, July 22.Jane Addamswas ;
eight years. This, however, was year or more to have these war- welcomed home tonight by 3,000 rights must be regarded by the Gov-

greatly modified. rants paid they have taken action by ernment of the United States when ,
THREE DEPUTIES SHOT AT friends and acquaintances. She told
Military authorities are quoted as instituting these suits to obtain judg- affect American citizens being
they as
them from the of the audito-
PLIED WITH SPRINGFIELDS TOLD TO saying that it would be better to post- ments against the county. It is also stage deliberately unfriendly."
rium that the spirit of hate still rules
SHOOT TO KILL pone naval expansion until after the understood that the alleged damagesare the warring nations of Europe, but The language adopted, however, although -

N. J. July 23.-Seriously present war, as the war will alter double the amount of the war- definite and '
Bayonne, rioting broke out in the that there are evidences of softening apparently strong :

i war zone about the Tidewater and Standard Oil companies' plantsat naval tactics and naval constructionto rants held by the banks. influences. She detailed efforts made does not carry the asperity of a formal d
no small degree.BASEBALL. The suits were filed by the follow- threat
Bayonne late this afternoon and carried the strike situationout by women who attended the peace diplomatic or menace.
ing banks: The general tone of the note does
of the control of the local officials. gathering at the Hague to pave the
RESULTS Atlantic National bank, $40,000; not affect the German official mind
Three deputy sheriffs were shot down on their way to guard the Barnett National bank, $40,000; Flor- way for ending the great" war. here adversely.In .
"In all our travels, Miss
Tidewater plant and one deputy's arm was broken by a stone. National League ida National bank, $40,000; State said, "we were unable to find who it the opinion of some German officials -
Brooklyn 9, St. Louis 7. Bank of Florida, $30,000; Peoples the note is least of all an ulti-
The guards for the Tidewater works were supplied with high was that started the war. Men highin
Boston 2, Chicago 1. Bank of Jacksonville, $9,000.
power Springfield rifles and ordered to shoot to kill following the Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 3. the councils of the respective nations matum and suggests discussion new ways by'which be

riot. Demands were again made for militia protection. American League FREIGHT CAR RUNS WILD deplored the conflict, deprecatedthe continued.One diplomatic. may
sacrifice of human life, regrettedthe I
Detroit 2, Washington 1. of the salient suggestions of
sorrow and suffering, but all were
20 PER CENT. SALARY CUT RE- TWO STEAMERS RELEASED BY Cleveland 11, Philadelphia 3. Tarpon Springs, Fla.-Conductor sure it could not be helped' and that the note is that it seems to refrain

STORED BY WOODWARD CO. BRITISH ADMIRALTY Chicago 3, New York 2. Bennett, of the Tampa and Gulf Coast from repeating the language of the
the result would be for the better-
St. Louis 3, Boston 8. railroad, had the most exciting ride former American notes which have
ment of Europe.
Birmingham, Ala.-A restorationof London, July 20.-(Delayed by cen- Federal League of his life when a flat car loaded with been construed by diplomats here as

sor.-The Danish steamer Florida Pittsburgh 3, Newark 1. crossties coasted from Indian Beach I her
the 20 per cent. cut in salaries will MORE CUBA SUGAR FOR BRITAIN meaning that Germany must stop .
4 be made September 1 by the Woodward from Baltimore, and the Norwegian Chicago 4, Baltimore 1. Junction nearly two miles to a pointon ; $1,000,000 ORDER submarine warfare. '
steamer from New Kansas City 5, Buffalo 7. where it its
Iron company, notices to this Skogland, York, the shore, jammed FOR SHELLS
.- effect having been posted at the cornpa'y's have been released by the British au- St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 6. nose in the sand. WM. L. IVINS, LAWYER, DIES

Woouward. thorities. Southern League The wild ride began when the en-
plant at New York.-The British govern-
This move means increased pay for The Danish steamer Louisiana Memphis 4, Atlanta 2. gine pushed the car onto the siding. ment is expected soon to purchasefrom New York, July 23.-William L.

several hundred men, the total amountof from Boston, has been detained at Nashville 6, Birmingham" 3. Conductor Bennett was on the car and 50,000 to 75,000 tons more of Ivins, a prominent lawyer and for

increase in the pay roll amount- Kirkwall.The Little Rock 7, Mobile 0. attempted to bring it to a stop. The the Cuban sugar crop. Its purchaseof many years identified with politics,

ing to several thousand dollars. Post Florida left Baltimore June 1 Chattanooga 8, New Orleans 7. fact that the grade was down hill and 55,000 tons two weeks ago is not died at his home here this morning.He .

ing of the order has caused rejoicing i for Kirkwall, where she arrived June that the hand brakes refused to work thought sufficient for requirements.The was sixty-four years old. He was 1.

among the employes and businessmen 15. Her cargo was destined for Goth- TO DEEPEN CHANNEL prevented his doing so, and he begana Hall Switch and Signal company, recently taken ill after his efforts in

Bessemer. The enburg. coasting trip, during which the car behalf of William Barnes in his libel
of company con- of No. 50 Church streetXhas just
tinued operations all through the The Skogland left New York June I Pineland.-A contract has been let went faster and faster. closed a contract with a rejtfesenta- suit against Theodore Roosevelt.Mr. .

18 for Aarhuus, arriving at Kirkwall' with the Geo. F. Cook Dredge company for Ivins died in the early hours of
financial depression of the past year tive of a foreign government
July 15.The of :Miami, to dredge a channel the morning. Acute Bright's diseaseis
and with the cutting of salaries 20 shells aggregating more than $1,000-
Louisiana sailed for Copenhagen from Pineland proper, west 5,300 feet, BRITISH ARMY given as the cause.
per cent. was enabled to keep its large 000.
force practically intact. It was one of July 3, and arrived at Kirkwall connecting Punta Gorda and Useppa After the strenuous trial in Syra-
Island. The channel will be six feet Mr. Ivins returned to New York
July 17.BACK cuse
London. for the
the few concerns of the Birmingham govern- SEEK TO QUASH THE CHARGES
deep and 60 feet wide at low tide. Lord New- and busied himself in framing an appeal -
district which never ceased opera- ment in the house of lords, AGAINST THOMAS
tions for some time during the past FROM THE WAR, SAYS This channel has been long neededto ton said that the number of marriedmen TAGGARTIndianapolis.Counsel for Mr. Barnes. lIe said he felt
facilitate the shipping of the citrus tired out and would rest for a while.
twelve months. CZAR WILL WIN at present in the army f
and vegetable crops. He had been at his down town office
The Edison benzol plant was recently was approximately 843000. for Thomas

put in operation at the Wood- Chicago.--John F. Bass, a famous The aggregate cost of separation Taggart, Democratic national com- nearly every day.
returned THE PANAMA CANAL IS MORE allowances paid to wives and childrenof E. Bell and Mr. Ivins for years was one of NewYork's
ward plant, while the Woodward Iron :newspaper correspondent, mitteeman, Mayor Joseph ,
company is now constructing a large :here today after ten months on the THAN JUST PAYING ITS these men has been 125000000. more than 100 others, charged with leading lawyers. He held the

benzol plant. Both of these plants ':Russian frontier, and is unchanged in WAY NOW conspiracy in the 1914 election, and offices of judge advocate general of

will use the by-product gas from the ,his opinion that the Russians eventually LONGFELLOW'S DAUGHTER DIES attorneys for the state agreed todayto New York state and city chamberlain. '
1 Washington, D. .-Counting onlyon In 1905 he was the Republican
plant. will win. argue a motion to quash the indict-
the cost of operation of the civic
"The capture of Warsaw will not Lancaster, :\Iass.-\Irs. Richard H. ments against the men next Satur- candidate for mayor.
government, sanitation, etc., the Pan-
GERMANS SEIZE AMERICAN be a serious loss to the Czar," he said. Dana, wife of a prominent Boston day.
ama canal is now on a paying basis. BIG CATTLE DEAL CLOSED
BARK 'I"The Germans will then be forcingthe lawyer and daughter of the poet
It has wiped out the deficit of $39,540
strongest lines of Russian de- Longfellow, died here Wednesday af- AMERICAN FIRM MAKING ANILINE -
which had grown up since the open- Arcadia, Fla.-One of the biggest
Berlin.-The American bark Duns- I fenses. ing of the passage and has a balanceof ter a brief illness. Her mother was cattle deals recorded in this section
the second wife of Mr. Longfellow.Mrs. .
ree, New York for Stockholm, has $177,759, which works out a profitof Johnstown, Pa.-The Cambria Steel recently took place when the Hol-
Dana's the wife
been seized by the Germans and held. I CITY COUNCILThe 5.9 per cent. on the expenditure.THE daughter-in-law, began shipping ani- lingsworths and Langfords sold 1,800
of Edmund T. Dana, was drowned re- company
The only Dunsree mentioned availableis ,. in the manufactureof head of cattle to Tom Locks, bringing
Nantucket.A line, a necessity
the owned the Victoria city council held a short ses- WEATHERFor cently at head. The cattle will probablygo
clipper by dyes, to several points in the East. $17 a
sion yesterday, the main business be- and will in all probability -
Shipping limited, of Victoria out Thursday,
company The output of the plant at present is
B. C. It sailed from San FranCisco ing a unanimous vote of $120 to the Florida: Fair in northwest Columbia Grafonola for vacation which is only a make up a train load of about
pounds daily,
April 17, and from Balboa foiHelsingberg Orlando Associated Charities for the portion and probably showers in pe days. Double disc records for 65c. twenty cars.
of its capacity.
Curtis & O'Neal, book store. part
Sweden, July 11. year dating from August 1, 1915. ninsula.

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HILLS TRUST LAWS I OF GERMANS: .1' ARCADIA Saturday and Monday SpecialsWe
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Rochester, England.-Dr. Andrews, New York.-Federal Judge Charles : Rotterdam.-An interesting storyis Arcadia, Fla. The new reservoir
of the British Museum, with a staff I M. Hough today refused to grant an told here of the discomfiture of I and aerating pool of the Arcadia Ice are still in business at No. 47V.. Church SK A new

of assistants, is busily excavating in I injunction against the Cream of -: German officers who ordered their I and Electric company at its plant in line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES received since the lire. I

the Upnor hills the completest set of I!I i Wheat company, charged in proceedings 'men to shout "hurrah" \\hene\ernews I the city has just been completed. The We are prepared (10 give our customers the best of prices and
mammoth remains so far unearthed instituted by the Atlantic and of victory was announced to them. reservoir is of concrete construction,
in England.The Pacific Tea company, with operatingin The Germans use the station at Lux- 50 by 80 feet, and 7 feet deep, witha service. NOTE THESE PRICES:

professor has yet to determine violation of the Sherman anti-trust emburg as if it was in Germany. One capacity of 185,000 gallons. Th Sugar, 16 Ibs --_______________$1.00
4 best Tomatoes ________25c
whether the bones belong to the mam- law and the Clayton commodity act. I!officer shouted to comrade, "Have new reservoir serves as a reserve supply cans
a Best White Meat, lb. ____12%c
-- 3 cans best Kraut ______________25c
The tea it for the ice and
moth or the elephas antiquus. The company was charged you heard the news? Verdun has plant, an emer- Best Lard, per lb. 9c
3 cans best Hominy ___________.25c
teeth alone will furnish the necessary sold Cream of Wheat cereal at a price fallen." The officers congratulatedone gency reserve for fire protection for Best Flour, per sack __________$1.00 2 Libby's Cherries _________25c
evidence upon this point, and the por- lower than other retailers could af- j another effusively. Then one the city, connections for which for 5 gallons Best Coal Oil _________60c 2 cans Rosedale' Table P ches25c
tion of earth where the skull lies imbedded ford to sell' it, in fact it is alleged, ;,turned to the soldiers on duty and city reserve fire protection are now 3 cans Best Corn _______________25c 5 Ibs.cans best Coffee ____________.$1.00:
has not yet been delved in ex- I sold at a loss. The Cream of Wheat j exclaimed, "Will you not shout hur- ready to be made. 3 cans best Peas _______________25c
far to disclose the company then refused to sell to the.rah dullards?" The instantly
cpt so as presenceof you men -
We have a new 60-H. P. Elmore Truck, and are better than
a tusk measuring some 9 feet in tea company and suit was begun. { obeyed the order and shouted for BOTHA RECEIVES PLAUDITS AT
length. Judge Hough said the cereal was'all they were worth.A CAPETOWN ever prepared to give the best service and quickest deliveries.
Indications up to the present pointto not a necessity "and its continued existence few weeks later the same officers Capetown, South Africa.-Premier Watch the Sentinel for Specials every day next week.J. .
the creature having stood over 13 depends upon the defendant's I i i and the same men were on duty at Botha arrived here today from the I W. BAKER, The man who makes prices right
feet high, and, if it is a mammoth, ability to control the marketing of its :,the station. "Have you heard the campaign which ended July 9 with the
it will be one of the biggest ever own product." i(news?" said one of the officers. surrender of German Southwest
found. "Tsing-Tao has fallen." He had Afrila. The premier received an ova- Kentucky Grocery Co.
FRANCE TO REGULATE LIQUOR I:scarcely made the announcement tion wherever he appeared. Businesswas
DO NOT FROWN ON ALL TRAFFIC OR COMPLETELY .when the soldiers, ignorant of the suspended, the city was decoratd, 47 W. Church Street Phone 329
FRIVOLITIESIn ABOLISH IT I!fact that Tsing-Tao was a German and th people thronged the streets. ---- --- -
I fortress which the Japanese had On his arrival at the governmenthouse
the August Woman's Home Com- Paris, France.-Legality of the action !taken, began to cheer lustily. 10,000 children sang the national Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
panion, Grace Margaret Gould, fashIon taken by military and civil au- I Since this incident the people of anthem.
editor of that publication, devotesa thorities taken in a certain militarydistrict I I Luxemburg amuse themselves by let- -

page to "Little Dress Vanities." in prohibiting hte sale in the i ii s I ting fall the words: "Tsing-Tao has .111111011.1 a & **- ** 11
These little vanities she advocates in i area in their jurisdiction of intoxicating -j I fallen." Everybody except Germans m i e
modified form, but she is emphatically liquor, has been inquired into cheers.
opposed to extremes. Following is with the result that M. Malvy has introduced I i Get A Copy of This Catalog Now! jj jjIn

an extract from what she has to say into the chamber of depu- 1 LOCAL THUNDER SHOWERS AND

on this subject: ties a measure which would empower I COOLER WEATHER FOR this new, big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is founded upon an ideal; a
"Don't scorn the little frivolities of prefects during the war to restrict, GULF COAST nursery where the idea is fundamental that the basis of success is laid in a nursery by the nur-
dress. They often give the soft, feminine or prohibit altogether, the sale and sery company three or four years before the purchase of the trees by the planter.
I This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds where the root stock is
of alcoholic
note to a costume, and really its I consumption beveragesother Washington, D. C.-Fair weatherover grown; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of the care
charm. than natural wine, beer and the southeast during the coming exercised in the selection of the budwood, and in the packing and shipping of the trees, and of the
cider, whenever it is considered ad- advice and service rendered to the of trees.
"Stiff, severe effects in dress many week will be broken only by scattered by our specialists purchasers our
visable in the interest of national In a nut shell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus family is produced and it gives the his-
times proclaim a character narrow
thunder showers along the gulf coast tory and lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock.It .
and over-prim. The lovable woman the weather bureau predicted today. points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves and how
just naturally wants to prink a bit The bulletin follows: their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in their own
and make herself look her.very pret- SCHOOL BONDS HIGH SPRINGS South Atlantic and east gulf states: groves their tres of the purest strain, and trees which would show in nursery and grove the aristocracyof
tiest." SOLD AT SPLENDID Generally fair, with local thunder and could have sold
Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting we many
FIGURE showers and lower temperatures are more. This year we know our entire nursery stock will be sold.
FRANCE GIVES OUT HUGE CONTRACTS Gainesville, Fla.-Some time ago probable along the coast in Florida. Only a limited number will' be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfield Nursery Co. trees,
but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our catalogthemost
FOR MEAT High Springs special district number beautiful in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, clearness and directnesswill
47 issued a series of bonds totaling Ernest Newman, of Orlando, who appeal to you.
Paris, France.-Purchase of 120,000 $6,000, and placed them on the mar- has been having a good time while on We have not had a great quantity of these catalogues printed, and we. are confident that
the will be sufficient around.
tons of refrigerated meat annually for ket in Chicago. There was not an a visit among local friends for a few supply hardly to go
the until the end of the immediate sale but ---- ------
army war, finally they were days, checked his luggage for the Orange -
or until December 3r, 1916, has been disposed of to the firm of Powell, county metropolis today and Lake Garfield Nurseries Company Bartow Florida i ;
agreed upon by Minister of Agriculture Garard & Co., of that city at the sat- bade a transient good-bye to the Sun- ; ,
Davies and Eugene Macklin, of isfactory price of 991-2, together shine City.-St. Petersburg Independent.
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Nursery Tree Is A First Class \ .

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 ,J".

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
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.

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

Yt'w sr ,R, pleasant over hard-surfaced roads by auto. Wehave opened offices at No. 8, Yowell-Duckworth
+ r' 1 0Iv building, and placed Mr. G. Wright in charge. Call on him now and arrange for your supply of

i 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

j TREES," and their importance to you as a planter of a new grove, with success as your aim.
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j'I 'Ocklawaha Nurseries

i ? 4 O. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

t G. G. WRIGHT, Agent
ii 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg., Orlando Floridar

Trees like these will work while you sleep. They can't be Grown overnightIttakes \

time. Contract for YOUR Supply NOW.

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NOTICE GARRISON TO SPEAK The War Levels All Classes In They say that it cost the Thaw FINE FIGS NEAR OCALA
Washington, D. C.-Secretary Gar- family $1,800,000 to get Harry out.
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, rison of the war department today accepted But we guess the family will be ableto Ocala.-S. T. Sistrunk has a fine
Laws of Florida an invitation to address the England-Peers Proving Worth struggle along for a while, as Old crop of the most delicious figs in his

Southern Commercial Congress at its Man Thaw left an estate valued at orchard at Arden. The figs are the

Smoot Notice, of is Plymouth herebygiven, Fla., purchaserof that Lee annual meeting in December at I$40,000,000 when he passed in his small purple variety and of the finest
tax ceretificate No. 305, dated the Charleston, S. C. Senator Fletcher, London.-The war has levelled all -have enlisted as privates.The checks. flavor.
2nd da of July, A. D. 1900, has filed of Florida, president of the congress, classes in England from duke to com number of men of aristocraticbirth
said rtificate in my office, and has !presented the invitation. moner. Never has the democraticidea 1 who have served, or are servingin

. made accordance application with for law.tax deed Said to certifi-issuein I of the American permeated to... the trenches, will probably never Hart's Meat Prices

cate embraces the following described FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE such a degree what is, after all, the be known. But some idea of the service -
property, situated in Orange county, One of the best trucking and fruit most autocratic of all nations. which the house of peers is ren-
Flordia, towit: West half of south- !farms in Prosper Colony, consisting But the has changedthe the be
state the
war completely dering gained by
of 25 9 in cultivation all may Cannot
east quarter of southwest quarter of : acres; acres ; Be Beat
v northeast quarter, section 31, town- II under fence. Will be sold at a sacri- outlook for everything. It is lit- fact tha already in this war, five
ship 20 south, range 28 east. The fice for cash, if sold in 30 days. A tle,more than twelve months ago that peers and 31 heirs to peerages have
said land being assessed at the date good crop will go with the place. A Lloyd George was jibbetting at the been slain. This number does not include -
of the issuance of such certificate in good six room house and good cut-
the name of F. C. and W. R. Briggs. buildings. In sight of depot, church peers for the futility of their eisxt- Prince Maurice of Battenberg,
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed and school. The place will bear in- ence and as the most unproductiveclass brother of the queen of Spain, who Special Prices
according to law, tax deed will spection. For particulars, address in the community.Now was mortally wounded in France last
issue thereon on the 25th day of Au- Box 57, Taft, Fla. 7-24-121 I the views of the minister of October.In CIIUCK STEAK .................. .............................. lOc.
A. D. 1915.
gust Witness my official signature and TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY munitions, like those of all other the South African war only four ROUND STEAK .................. .............................. lac.

seal this the 24th day of July, A. D. WANTED-To buy an invalid's chair houses of England, have received a peers and six heirs of peens lost their LOIN STEAK .................................................. igc.
, 1915.Seal. ; check, for the noble houses of Eng- lives, and this over a period of two
( .) B. M. ROBINSON, one with wheels so that it can be land have completely justified their and a half years. FLORIDA PORK ............................................... 18c.
Clerk. Circuit Court, Orange pushed around. Address Invalid, care
County, Florida. Sentinel. 4-24-2t ability to uphold the great traditionsof The Prince of Wales was among WESTERN PORK ................ .............................. 22c.
r their past. the foremost in setting the noble ex-
WANTED-Plain sewing, by the day. CASH
THE NEW STOREWe Especially good at darning and I France and Flanders, Africa and I ample. Other members of the royal O L YP.C.HART

have opened up a first-class mending. Mother's helper in general. the Dardanelles have levied an extremely -I family serving in France include the
fruit and grocery store to buy and Address K., Sentinel, or phone 478. heavy toll' on the peers and .Duke of Teck, brother of Queen Mary,
sell country produce. Received today 7-24-3t the heirs of the peers. But it is not I and Prince Arthur of Connaught,

some country good hams old, Georgia and smoked cane bacon.syrup, "ANTED-By competent white girl, only in the field that the noble lords T!I while yet others closely allied to the

Have plenty of chickens on hand. position in small family to do have won undying fame. On the do- royal house are attached to the head-
housework or nursing. Address 209 mestic side of the i J I staff. It PHONE 213. 35 WEST CHURCH ST.
great campaign only
Have field seed peas. Come to see us, I quarters was recently
East Church, or phone 556.
we will treat you right.M. I 7-24-lt they have not been found wanting.For i learned that Lord Crichton, the king's
E. POWELL & GORE, instance, a peer is working in a I equerry, who was supposed to be a
117 West Church St. munition factory at 14 cents an hour.I j prisoner in Germany, had been killed PEACHES! PEACHESElberta
7-24-lt* Next door to M. E. Weeks. for Satur- i I
Specials Other lords are directing great am- oat the front some months before.

munition and armament work, rail- I The list of peers who have laid and Georgia Belle
PRODUCE CO. day MondaySnow's road transport and great shipping I down their lives in their country's I

will put in a stock of staple groceriesand companies, while a baronet and at!cause, or been incapacitated in action, lOc 20c and 30c a basket

provisions in connection with least one peer-the Earl of Crauford i is a lengthy one.MUST Fresh stock daily. Crate lots
their feed business and will offer to Hobby Flour- a specialty

the people the only plan of real cooperation 24 sack ________ I .
in the city. Mr. DeWitt, pound $1.05 EPIDEMIC OF BLINDNESS IN I PAY DEBTS Lemons 20c per dozen.
the proprietor and manager of this 12 lb. sack _____________55c ALABAMA SCHOOLS Eight thousand government clerksin
business, has lived in our city nearly Fancy Patent Flour, 24 pound i iI I i Washington have been warned to Pineapples the little Sweetlands 3 for lOc

four years and has earned for himselfa Sack __________________9oc Dr. R. A. Herring, of the United ,j pay their debts or get out. And they
reputation for integrity and honesty North Carolina Rocky Ford Cantaloupes ] 3
that will bear the closest investigation. New Irish Potatoes, per peck States public health department, in I should be made to walk the plank if'' ,

He refers you to the Peoples 15 pounds _____________30c his recent investigation of conditions i they don't do it. In hard times their 5c and lOc
National Bank or the various busi- Sweet Potatoes, per peck30c of the schools in Tuscaloosa, Ala.,I salaries go on. If they were not well Fresh 25c dozen
ness By firms the plan of the of co-operation city. offered Stuffed Figs, per jar_______25c found numerous cases of blindness I paid for their ability they would seek Country Eggs, a

by this company you will get a direct Meal, Grits and Scratch Feed there and more suspected cases. The other employment. And in paying Fine Spring Chickens 25e to 28c 1 Ib

and material benefit on the first and 9 Ibs. for _______________25c percentage of those infected was especially debts all other regularly salariedmen
. every dollar spent with it. When approached Welch's Grape Juice, pt. 25c., high among Uae younger chil- in
of the public or private station, j. w. Johnson 109 W.
you by will one do well company's to give the solicitors I quarts _________________50c dren. Every precaut,\i will be madeto should be likewise punctual. Mechanics CHURCH STIIMItMIOMHMItMi

matter careful consideration and embrace Country Eggs, per dozen ___25c' keep the disease from spreading.The whose employment is irregularhave
the opportt.nity presented to i Toilet Paper, 5c. size, 6 rolls city of Tuscaloosa is said to be some excuse for getting behind,
I .. -
you.The grocery and provision depart- for ____________________25c thoroughly alarmed over the situa- in dull times, with their obligations, IHMIIIHI IHIIMt

ment will be opened the first of Au- Tomato Catsup, 25c. bottle20c tion. but the clerk whose salary goes on BREAKERS HOTEL
gust and your wants therein will be Fancy Peaches and Prunes, every week in the year has no excuse I

attended to by F. G. Arnold, an Or- 2 pounds for ____________25c BIG TRACTOR AT ARCADIA for not living within his means. DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
ange county boy, and one who numbers -i
his friends by the hundreds. Imported Lemons, per doz__20c Arcadia, Fla.-The big tractor i Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy.
This is a most worthy enterpriseand Cantalopes, Peaches,
drawing twelve heavy wagons and TEMPORARY CHANGE OF LOCATION
should meet with the heartiest I I String Beans, Cabbage, and Egg-. road belonging to the county Hot and Cold running water in every room
support from all who are interestedin plant at market scraper LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
prices. Owing to the rebuilding which is
curious it
lowering the High Cost of Living. presented a as came
now going on in the Guernsey BlockI Reduced rates from 15th to
July September 15th, $8 to
7-24-dlt-wlt this afternoon the
Honest Weights and Measures slowly to town big have been
compelled to close up the week American Plan.
tractor coupled with all wagons and .Royal Palm Barber Shop, but the $10 per ,
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY AND scraper train fashion, the train extending -I barbers can be found at J. B. Harris'place I New Bath House Free to Guests
SUNDAY I on Church street, ready to serve
the of full block.
length a
Bricks of vanilla and cherry ice Cash Grocery Co. II you. Thanking you for favors, MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop.
cream, with lemon ice center. 50c. The gang has been working on the Yours truly, '
delivered. Hand's Ice Cream Co. Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. roads near Brownville. 7-20-12t ELIJAH WHITEHEAD. mint . . .. . . IllOlltlttlllllilillillililliliililllilMBMMII

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H Friday and SaturdayGENUINE i

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MOVING our Grocery Store to its new home on Pine Streetwe

find we are overstocked on some linest 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. Here ,

are supreme values of importance to every woman who would secure Groceriesof

established lines at extraordinary prices. Come early Friday and Saturday, as

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

Our space is too limited to quote prices, but the stock consists of Canned 'Corn,

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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South GRATEFUL. Consistent and persistent advertis- Bloomington Ind.
Dear Mr. Ferris-I have been ,
Orlando Associated Charities ing is as necessary to a city as for a appointed -
r. L:. GLENN receiver for the Bloomington
H" C. day yesterday. This does not merchant or manufacturer if prosper- I
is to be continuous. The Board of (Indiana) Journal and am running it.
that the work of collecting ity
Ida.Entered as Second at the for the maintenance of that Trade seeks to carry on a campaignthat Will perhaps require three to four Mona
months to the house in order fora 1a1uray
organization will cease. On will keep the advantages of Or-
new to take hold.I y ay
Daily. 1 Year ... ; greater impetus will be lando before capitalists seeking manufacturing company
am enclosing the story of "What
6 Months
Daily. the movement until the organ- sites and families seeking
Dail7, 3 Months Makes a Model Town." It is quite interesting -
Dailr Month. .. is upon a sound financial basis. I homes but it has never been able to .
and Messrs. Glenn
Weekly. f Year this is done a systematic char- perform this work in as complete a perhaps
and Essington would like to
propaganda for the alleviation way as desirable because of the fail- publish
ALL it in the Sentinel. I returned here
among the worthy and ure of a number of business men to
TO poor people can not be ac give either financial support or moral I several weeks ago expecting to spend \WEEK
successfully. most of my time out on my farm, but END \WEARABLESFOR
Copy for & aid.It I shall have small time for the farm
adTcrtiiini muM b amount collected for the Asso has been demonstrated what can
the The is still in Califor-
office of now. family
the day before" : Charities by the fifty women : be done in the way of material advancement -
t* changes for was not made known last by the expenditure of nia but will join me here in about a
CnTariajfele sjjd I month.I THE WEll DRESSED MAN
It was thought to be a I money for streets, sewers, parks and
see by the Sentinel that have
Subscribers ) sum, however, and will act other physical improvements and if you
tinued should joined the auto brigade. I venture
the date of eX starter leading to a greater we are to get the full benefits of this
continued at tbd that you will run it about as much as
which is necessary to con- outlay we must take more pains to
until"not to
I ran mine. Old like and
Telephone Namb-r the affairs of Orlando charity as let other communities know of not men you me Those over-Sunday necessities that are so important ,
seeing the do it, and
enjoy boys
; should be conducted. Many in- only' our advantages but of the many enjoy doing it. they to your full enjoyment of your day of rest-
responded liberally and the attractions we have to offer. Palm Beach
Sincerely, Suits, White Sox, White Shoes, Summer- "
Those who $10 per month beginning This city has undergone an evolu- J. F. SCHUMANN.Note weight Neglige Shirts in all color combinations of silks
1, to continue for twelve tion in the past decade, its highwaysare
sin never have ( : "What :Makes a Model and madras, some with the new sport collars.
This is commendable action not surpassed in either extent or
part of the city officials. appearance by any city of its popu- Town" will appear in a subsequentissue I
There of the Sentinel.
are )
committees discovered many lation in the country while our edu-
mistakes as yesterday during their canvass cational facilities long ago made a
right.If -
urgently in need of assist- name for efficiency. But it requires Special
Three new families were found funds and united counsel to execute
we had a actually destitute. The or- plans and map out new courses of $2.50 Silk Pongee Shirts,
Carl Dann's unique advertisementin
eggs we person does not stop and con- procedure. If this help comes throughthe I
they were that there are poor and desti- union of business men and profes- last Sunday's' Sentinel-"Which" one Saturday and Monday eachLadies' $1.69
did the lady write? -showing ten
in Orlando. Knowledge sional interests it will be possible to f
There are extracts from letters written to the
at only through personal conduct campaigns of publicity and
for Carl Dann Real Estate and
with one's fellows, and socio- civic work that can not fail to bring company HosieryOne
fuse to bow to offering a reward of $5 in gold for the
conditions are only to be an- definite results.
first person sending in the correct an- lot Lot Fine Silk Lisle Hose double heel and toe in
by a close and first hand study The chief difficulty experienced by ,
The man all trade bodies is that the interest of swer as to which letter was writtenby the latest shades, black, white, blue, pink, sand, red, etc.,
his fellow woman, was announced
man a yester-
experiences of the canvassers the men who should be foremost in worth double the price
t frailties that day. The winner of the gold was ,
were varied. Some re promoting the welfare of the city is
able. Mrs. C. E. Wade who decided that
and others did not, giving as sporadic. If there could be a measur- Saturday and Monday 38c pair or
the letter reading, "My only regretis
that no poor people lived in ably full attendance at each meeting,
Do not look that I only bought one lot in Colo-
because their vision was a new impulse could be given to the 2 pair for cChildren's
neighbor- nial Hills last winter, etc., and
ranged. One of the canvassers civic life of this city, for there is
he is emulating signed by "L. C.," Philadelphia' was
with one unfortunate wo something contagious about zeal in
are setting him. the only letter of the ten written bya
who asked if a nickel would be any cause. Sox
woman. Others who selected the
; She had no more but she o
same letter were Miss Eliza Wright,
past to give her mite to a no- THOUGHT FOR THE DAY Fancy top Lisle thread Sox, the regular 25c. seller, sizes,
Dr. B. C.
to your sight Abernethy, George A. Baas,
: beauty in this This woman was doing H. Lindsey, and V. W. Hadsell. The 4to7 :
than the average man would Seek truth at all times, do not
i have been interest in the contest was very great.
done had he parted with $10. grovel with the false things of the Saturday 8c pr or 2 pr for 15cLadies'
; o world. Truth leads
upwardsuntruth -
f The Orlando long since we read of a small downward. Truth holds kin-

; public spirit, boy who said to a little girl, ship with God-untruth with the evil : friend who really is a friend

Tuesday's issue you heard about Jim? He's one. Battle against error and wrong, Helps make l life sweet and sunny; Vests and Union

t. formation i wounded by the Germans. Ain't be not turned aside by every wind So do not lose the friends you have
v highway, and ?" "How's he been wound- that blows, but be strong in purpose By lending them your money. SuitsAt
ney to help she asked. "It seems," says the and keep fast hold of the hand of

f', Ocala Star. "the Germans have cut off his truth-she will prove a faithful guide. Order today for :your Sunday din- extremely low prices. THE DICKSON-

." Up to this time no Russians -Selected. ner, FIRST PICKLER, or genuine IVES CO.'S policy-"lowest in the city"-

A very birth.'i'been reported as wounded in bulk MAPLE GOc.mousse per ,brick.50c. per Hand's quart Ice in prices have striking examples in the following -

the summer .-Arcadia News. Sentinel Want Ads Pay. Cream Co. 7-23-3tc I underwear specials:
i Me., has
Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, Keyser 4
gical bandages . IIIMMtMMilinitlllliliiltlMtHtUMiillilllMli .
;- the allied Brand, $1.50 value

one hour a Saturday and Monday for $1.39
ing papers Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, $1.25 value,

i ture.lengthy articles DEMAND DECREASES Tnt PRICEThe ( Saturday and Monday for 96c

r doing the same Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, $1.00 value,

.\ but it is never Saturday and Monday for 89c

Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, 75c. value
i Any
-! posted person on output of any article makes the price. The Saturday and Monday for 59c

garded as a Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits, 65c. value, .

t what's what ij larger the output the smaller margin of profit the Saturday and Monday for 49cLadies'

f section of
ous attractive manufacturer can afford to take. Fine Lisle Unionsuits, 50c. value
Saturday and Monday for 39c

G 1 cents fore you a week.for Our output has increased to.the place where we Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, 35c. value,

ment have the afford the You receive the benefit Saturday and Monday for 25c
nel delivered at I can to cut price.
Ladies' Gauze Vests, lOc. value

t.f in the week ; ; and as the demand for our Ice Cream grows so will Saturday and Monday 2 for 15c

Nobody i the price decrease.It Ladies' Gauze Vests, 15c. value,
l on the Green : I Saturday and Monday 2 for 25c

pa to Ladies' Gauze Vests, 25c. value,
burned Melts in Your Mouth. A Cream that delights Saturday and Monday each 19c

i clearly proved
gaged to the palate and lingers Ladies' Gauze Vests, 35c value, i

r who is charged Saturday and Monday, three for 85c

f the two women. in the memory SPECIAL PURCHASE .

transferred to I 25 Pieces, White Satin Finish Table Dam- J

: some one ask, worth double the price, for
f Herald.hung for the VANILLA PEACH PISTACHIO LEMON Saturday and Monday, yard 49c


;i'r- lie himself by running and BANANA TUTI FRUTI RASPBERRY ORANGE L Grocery Department I

passenger train We are especially proud of this depart-

1 and Tampa, of IN EFFECT TO-DAY-WEDNESDAY, JULY 21st ment, and call your attention to the fact-
His friends
say We purchase our goods from the best pure

i or's salary to Packed and Delivered any Place in the City food canneries in the United States, and
in his
salary as sell them at the very lowest prices for dependable 4
he is a good merchandise. c

W i' who hold ever both heard as BULK BRICK TWO OR MORE\ COLORS ICES

'. a railroad WITH ICE CENTERS

1 qt. $ .40 $ .50 $ .60 $ .40

: GOOD POLITENESS 2qt.3qt.. .75 .90 1.05 .75

Perhaps we Dickson-lves Co

r< liteness as a 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.00
ant smile, the

t ready alone. sacrifice A good 4 qt. 1.40 1.65 1.90. 1.20 f

nature that is

thing to be .DfP ARTMfNT STORr.

r f dress coat. It At the factory unpacked 30c qt. bulk ... ...
aroma is of the

advantage. The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

I. fortune under Hand's Ice Cream Co. tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

the loose : chandise, at right pricesTfl
ited is left to :

.::!.E is liteness.not It is I Phone 566 H. E. HAND, Prop. Phone 666

' sterling =

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I {@rlutron Snciri "Get It At Allen's"

County Road Superintendent Chap-
man reports that the road to Kissimmee -
by way of Boggy creek is impassable -
ASSOCIATED anage will be sent to her, with her and warns the public to

CHARITIES.Mrs. father's consent. Although the foster avoid it. A Big Broadway Star Special"A
II. L. Beeman, treasurer of mother is only 19 years old, she has In going to Sanford the best routeis '
the Orlando*Charities, stated last :i no fears as to her ability to care for to go out on the Apopka road tothe DAUGHTER'S STRANGE fJ')

evening that it was impossible tot I her ward, for she has managed the north end of Fairview lake, then INHERITANCE"Featuring ,.!
make an estimate of the amount of t alderman's household for the past few turn to the right, and re-enter the

money collected at yesterday's can- .years. main Sanford road at Winter Park. Norma Talmadge, .
vass. This can not be done, she said, I Work which is under way on these
I VanDyke Brooke and Donald
until all of the committees give their I Jackson, Miss., July .-Mrs. Mar- two roads has torn them up, and the
rr ;)rts. Next week there will be a I garet K. Thompson, candidate for heavy rains of the last few days have Hall.
meeting of the board of governorsand state librarian, is the first woman made matters worse. The road crew
at that time a full report of the I ever asked to deliver a political speech is doing its best to keep the roads in Produced by the Vitagraph Co. ALWAYS ON TIME 0

canvass will be made. Upon Mrs. I I Mississippi.: She will make her debut shape, but weather conditions are An exceptional three reel
Beeman rested the entire burden of I as an orator on Friday at the such that little headway can be pro- can be he who carries one of our watches. For they beat the sun in

managing the canvass yesterday and I I Woodlawn Springs picnic in Amite gained. duction. Everyone should see accuracy.See our new thin model watches if you would have a
to her and her many assistants.-at I county. She was postmistress of the ll time piece that takes up hardly any room. They are especially
least fifty generous women-great I_I house of representatives, and has rep- PROMINENT FLORIDIAN VISITING this picture. adapted for evening dress; though many men find them equallyfine

credit is due for the splendid show- resented commercial bodies as a dele- ORLANDOMr. for everyday wear. See them any way.

ing. Full announcements of future gate to cotton conventions.

work will be announced at a later and Mrs. C. A. Birney, of Bra- "LOVE AND TROUBLE"An ALLEN & COAM ., JEWELERS.

date. SOCIETY NOTESOF dentown, on the Manatee river, are in [ cD
INTEREST.Mr. Orlando visiting Mr. C. H. Walworthand Essanay Comedy.AN .0= .

MASK BALL AT and Mrs. W. S. Happersett and daughters, Misses Edna and Ma- -- -
SKATING RINK. daughter, Guilda, of Orlando, arrived bel, at their home, "Arbor Villa," on
Remember, two coats of Patton'sVelumina
Several hundred dancerskaterswith Colonial Drive. Mr. is the
Monday and will spend several weekson Birney gives results equal to threeor
an audience of COO witnessed the the beach, guests of the Seaside mayor of Bradentown and reports everything EXCEPTIONAL SHOW four coats of ordinary flat wall
masque ball at the Orlando Skating Inn.-Daytona Journal.ADDITIONAL in that section of Florida as paints. Remember, it needs no size
To the tuneful' I or surfacer, flows easily, shows no
Rink last evening. looking exceedingly bright and pros- /
laps or brush marks, gives a rich,
strains of the music the skaters sped LOCALSRev. perous. This is their first visit to "THE OLD GROUCH" uniform tone, and dries with a film
around the rink much to the delight Orlando, but they are very agreeably r washable and durable.
and interest of the spectators. The surprised to find such a beautiful Monday, Charles Chaplin in s- Agents for high-grade varnishes,
and Mrs. W. II. Steinmeyer, VAR ISl} paints and wallpaper.
skaters were masked in every sort of place. They will start Sunday afternoon i iA
who have been visiting relatives and "By The Sea.
fashion from twins to farmersgenuine on their return home. .
friends in Oviedo, were in Orlando
rubes-and then Charlie Chaplin yesterday greeting their many acquaintances Orlando Paint' & Wall Paper Co
was there, and convicts, and "GoldDust" LAST EPISODE OF BLACK BOX
leaving in the afternoonfor 5 cents. 10 cents
twins and colonial' dames and- At the :Roof Garden this eveningthe h 205 S. AvenuePhone
their home in Lakeland.Mr. \
scores of others. The costumes were last installment of the Black Box .
unique and elicited much laughter and will be shown. 261.
For weeks this
C. A. Cochran, of Orlando, was many Cash prizes will be given to the COLEMAN & RIIAN
amusement. The skaters unmaskedat
greeting his old Wauchula friends the great fascinating mystery story has
9 o'clock and from that time until first of the week. Mr. Cochran is superintendent been> running at the Roof Garden and best impersonators of this.great
midnight dancing was indulged in. -'III".III..I..III..I..I.I.II'.IIII'IT,
in the Sunday Sentinel. The interestin
of a large packing houseat
comedian. Contest to
-0- Orlando and looks as though he the story has been intense from the open
WINTER GARDEN first and it has been of the
PARTY.On I was enjoying. prosperity.WauchulaAdvocate. best moving picture serial features everyone. I The New Company jj

last Wednesday Mrs. George ever staged in Orlando. See the last

Schwantke entertained at dinner for :Miss Ruby Wilkins, who went to episode this evening. PHONE 675
her house Miss Theresa Warner
guest, -
North Carolina
to spend several GARDfNI
of Orlando. Partners were weeks, was called home suddenly this BROWN TO INDIANA SUNDAY ROOf
chosen and all marched the FOR
to dining VACATION
week because of the illness of her Delivery Daily
room to the tune of "Tipperary." In Mr. C. G. Brown the
mother. However, her mother is popular man-
the afternoon a lively Virginia reel : of the men's in the
greatly improved, which will be of ager department TODAY
was enjoyed. Then ice cream and interest to her many friends. Yowell-Duckworth department store, Wait for our wagon. We think
cake were served. Later the guests departed will leave Sunday for NoMesville'

thanking their hostess for a :Mr. and :Mrs. R. C. Mears, of Atlanta Ind., where he will be joined by Mrs. you willl11te our ice.

delightful day. The guests were the Ga., who have been spendingsome Brown and daughter Miss Ruth, and
Misses Bessie and Olive Michael, time in this section visiting relatives together they will spend the next two
Katherine and Edythe Sadler, Durice and months visiting points of interest in
looking over the section c'ALi
Dickerson, Florence Smith, Edna Indiana and Ohio Indian- The New Ice
Thornton, Kate and Lena Story. with county the, left view yesterday of locating afternoon in Orange for apolis. including Company jj jjttlllMIMititllllMIMtttMtttllMMIMIMMtiMMM

Winter Garden Times.
their home in the Gate City.

TO MISSOURIFOR Mrs. H. E. Yelvington left yester- One of Mac Tallman's best featureswas Episode.Big .
VACATION.Miss day afternoon over the Atlantic Coast "The Arab," at the Grand last
Julia S. Pomeroy, the popularand Line for the mountains of North night. The scenes were laid in the

efficient assistant in the Orlando Carolina. She went direct to Saluda heart of the great Sahara desert and U Drama, Murdock Me-
postoffice, is now taking a well deserved for a few weeks stay, after which she were unusually excellent. Edgar Sel-
vacation, and will leave this will probably visit other points of interest wyn starred. Quarrie.
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast among the mountains in that A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL |

Line for Aurora, Mo., where she will state. Order today for your Sunday dinner -
visit relatives and friends. FIRST PICKLER, or genuine Photo VaudeviUe-
MAPLE mousse, 50c. per quart in
-- Mrs. Lloyd S. Tenny and son, :Mas- bulk, 60c. per brick. Hand's Ice "THE MINATURE CIRCUS"
NEWS OF INTERESTTO ter Stanley, went up to Jacksonville' Cream Co. 7-23-3tc I. .
WOMEN. last night and will sail from there to- "THE CAMERON SISTERS"New
San Francisco, July 23.-In proportion day on the steamship Lenape of the
4 to its population this city pays Clyde Line for New York. After a York's Famous Dancing

more in mother's pensions than any short visit they will go to Hilton in FavoriteTODAY'S Beauties.A I CURTIS & O'NEALneurance
other city in the United States, according that state to spend the remainder of

to Judge Henry Neil, of Illi- the summer season. PROGRAM

nois, who arranged the great Mothers' American. "In the Sunlight' A of Ladies 16 Button
pair Loans Reed Estate
Pension congress, which came to a Mr. and :Mrs. George Wygant and drama, in two parts. .
close here today. Judge Neil is knownas son, Master George, Jr., and Mr. Sam- Majestic. "Lest We Forget." Gloves given away at 9 o'clock
Keystone. Comedy, "At the Sea-
the "father of the mothers' pension uel Wygant came up from Tampa side." Rentals ,
system." He stated that this city yesterday afternoon to spend a few Four good reels of Mutual movies. tonight. ,
distributed a trifle more than $300- days with Mrs. Wygant's parents, Mr. Five cents to all.

000 during the past year to mothers and Mrs. H. B. Myers, at their homeon 4
who have dependent children. The the corner of Jackson and West 4 Reel Feature Monday night, .

congress was held at the expositionand streets. The Cathedral Seta "The Marble Heart."

brought together many earnest -
advocates of the mothers' pensionlaw. Mr. J. G. :McCrory and :Mr. S. W.

West left yesterday morning over the '
The One-Price Theater ,
Orlando's Select Boarding and Day ESTABLISHED 1886
Atlantic Coast Line for Palm Beach I School for Girls ,

+ San Francisco, July 23.-A weddingon and :Miami where they will inspect' 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN i

the high seas in the Far East has the McCrory department stores. After Primary, Intermediate and Academic ,
been chosen by :Mrs. John D. their trip down the East Coast Grades
Jr. Mr. McCrory will to New York for 10 cents 5 cents 1..i..II.IIIII.I.I..III..III.II.I..I. .. .
Spreckles, wealthy society wo- go Also Musi, Art, Elocution, Physical
man, who will wed Frank W. Wake- the summer and Mr. West will returnto Culture and Domestic: Science.

field, of this city. The couple obtained Orlando. For Catalogues address the Rector, I II
their two weeks and
passports ago Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. N., .
the bride-to-be is already in the Ori- Elmer Ermatinger, efficient shoe Orlando Fla. I
ent. The groom will leave this week, fitter with the E. G. Duckworth com- ,
meet :Mrs. Spreckles in the Far East pany, left for Havana today, going to i It Melts in Your Mouth

) and the couple will be married on the Port Tampa this morning on the Gen-
# high seas. They will then tour the evieve and taking the evening P. & FIELD'SCHOCOLATE I
Orient. O. steamer from that point. He expects -

to be away a fortnight and acquire I DAILY BULLETINPeach
Minneapolis, July 23.Miss Viola considerable knowledge of the
Bow, the beautiful daughter of Alder South Sea islands while in Cuba.-St. I

man D. C. Bow, of this city, has or- Petersburg Independent.

dered a baby. A blue-eyed, flaxen- VANILLA

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:". THE MARKETSThe NATAL GRASS London.Winston Churchill is at Tarpon Springs, Fla.-Unanimous !
Florida Growers' and Shippers' Special Bargains j
Natal grass is a perennial species work on a book describing his experi- endorsement of the proposed $715,000
League, with headquarters at Orlando -
. native to South Africa. It has been ences as first lord of the admiralty.His bond issue to finance the cost of build-
Fla., has recently received numerous -
e advices from the railroads, as introduced into Florida for at least former works on Kitchener's ing a system of good roads through Saturday and Monday jj

a result of the League's effort "*during 2d years, and in some parts of that campaign against the Dervishes and Pinellas county, for which an election
" the past year, of intention to establish state has spread naturally over con- on the Spanish-American war made wall be held August 18, has been given .
through rates on citrus fruits, siderable areas. It is also cultivatedin him many enemies and his new bookis by the Safety Harbor board of trade.
, pineapples, and vegetables, to many Australia. The grass grows to a awaited with great interest here. The board of trade passed the official Loaf Cake, regular lOc size, 5c

markets throughout the United States height of 2 to 4 feet, and on account endorsement in the regular session Sweet Wrinkled Peas, 15c size
. and Canada, to which we have not :of the dark rose colored panicles is Sentinel Want: Ads Pay. Friday evening.It's .
heretofore had through published very showy when in blossom. Indeed, lOc., 3 cans for 25c l f

/ rates, and as a consequence, seriously it is often cultivated as an ornamental. Butter 25c lb
handicapped the growers and shippers The stems are fine and quite
: in marketing their products. In many leafy. Where well known the hay A Vanilla Wafers 3 packages 25c

,. instances it has been impossible to bears an excellent reputation.
- obtain the through rates in the past Natal grass will live over winter in Happy Fruits and Vegetables fresh every day.
: in time to be of any benefit, and even the United States only in Florida,
i where the rates were secured promptly southern Texas, a narrow strip along .o Georgia Peaches, Cantaloupes, Celery,

there existed a lack of confidencein ,the Gulf Coast, and probably in southern Man Fresh Tomatoes, String Beans, Irish Potatoes .
their correctness, owing to the fact California. Only in this region is
'. that so many erroneous rates have I its culture to be recommended. As an Peppers, Okra, Bananas.
; been quoted by the railroads, with the annual crop, however, it succeeds as Who trades at
} natural results. It is predicted by the .far north as the Potomac and Ohio
; League that the additional rates !rivers, but produces only one cutting,
! which it has prevailed upon the railroads late in the season. There is no like- Forage Grocery Co. Our Grocery Company
t to establish for next season will lihood that it will prove to be a prof-
greatly assist the interests in Florida.A itable grass to grow where it does And saves money
Two Phones 3 and 200
description of the territories to'' not survive the winter. f
! which through rates will be estab- Seed of Natal grass is very light J1 Wholesale and Retail 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla. I

! lished is as follows:, .and fluffy, weighing only 61-2 pounds ,
k r Southwestern Territory !to the bushel if well packed and only

All markets in Texats, Oklahoma, 2 pounds if loose. Commercial seed MOMMU
?;. Arkansas and Louisiana will be pro- comes mostly from Australia, but f SpecialsSaturday _____ ____ ____ .
vided with through rates on citrus :some is now produced in Florida. The
; fruits, pineapples and vegetables. !I seed ripens somewhat unevenly, as and Monday SKATING RINKSEE
Western Trunk Line Territory the plants continue to bloom during
This embraces the states of Mis- several weeks. On this account there -

souri, Iowa, Minnesota, Kansas, Ne- .is apt to be much immature seed in
braska and the Dakotas, and there I commercial samples unless gatheredby 16 pounds Sugar ______________________________$1.00 THE MARVELOUS
will be added to the Florida Orange- hand. Lemons, per dozen _____________________________ 15c
Pineapple Tariff a number of impor- Seeding is best done in spring as 24 pounds Pillsbury's Flour _____________________$1.10
sacks 80c., 90c., and _______$1.00 BILLETTSwalking
tant markets to which through rates i soon as warm weather begins, as Na- Other Flour, pound ,
and Gold Seal Butter, _______37c
have never before been established.In tal grass is a warm weather pant.| Fox River, Blue Valley
Brand 2 pounds for _______45c
succeeds well Oleomargerine Purity ,
The ,
addition, there have been but few grass very on
___________32c and skating the
vegetable rates into this section in sandy soils, but produces better cropson Kingan's Sliced Bacon, per pound ______ on
t i. the past, although the League submitted : loams or clay loams. It does not Other Breakfast Bacon ____________________20c. to 25c
i some time a list of succeed well' on muck soils. On account Smoked Bacon, per pound__ __ ____12i/oC., 18c., and 20c Slack Wire
market of importance ago to which every i of their hairiness, the seeds Best Raw Boneless Ham _________________________22c
1 vegetable rates any are desired, and, as cling together and are therefore diffi- Best Ham _______________________________18c and 19c of
'' 10c. Side Bacon _________121!c Nights July 26-27-28'
announced above, the railroads have cult to sow. This in a measure can White Bacon per pound, ,
i; agreed to publish them. With through.;be obviated by very thoroughly mix- ,New Irish Potatoes, per peck 25c., half bu. 85c., bu.85c '
i rates to this section and other states ing the seed with moist sand and then New Irish Potatoes, per barrel, 10 pecks _________$1.90
in the West and Northwest, Florida .broadcasting the mixture. The rate 7 small cans Van Camp's Cream __________________25c ADMISSION 10 CENTS
, shippers will not be confined to :of seeding will vary greatly, depending 7 tall cans Van Camp's Cream ____________________50c ----
i particular gateway in routing their any I on the quality of the seed, but at 6 doz., 1 case small Van Camp Cream ____________$3.30
( _______________$3.35
shipments, and will be enabled tot :least lu pounds should be sown to 4 doz., tall Van Camp Cream _____
i take option on St. Louis, Kansas City, the acre. Even where only a thin Eagle Brand Milk, per can _______________________15c.
Omaha and other large mart stand is secured, it will tend to thicken 4: cans 2 Pound Tomatoes, 25c., per doz ____________70c 'ORLANDO ROOFING
i. many dozen _______________95c
kets, from which they may, at will, i later if the plants are allowed to 3 cans 2 pound Corn per .' AND
divert on to other points at the I mature and scatter seeds. The seed Best Van Camp's Peas, per can 10c., per doz. _____$1.10
t: through rates. should be sown shallow. White House Coffee, per pound ____________________33c SHEET METAL
In Florida under favorable condi- Maxwell House Coffee, per lb. ____________________SicArbuckle's CO. I
t Trans-Missouri TerritoryThis tions three cuttings may be obtained Coffee, per pound, 19c.: Green Coffee15cPure
includes that territory lying in and under Coffee in bulk, per pound 18c.; 5 pounds ______85c
t a season exceptional
west of the Western trunk line terri- I conditions five cuttings. With a dense 3 cans Campbell's Soup 25c.;dozen cans ___________95c Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
the states of Utah
tory principally !stand, yields as high as a ton and a Succotash and Spinach 2 pound cans, 2 cans _______25c
i and Colorado, to which through rates !half per acre can be secured to a cut- All lOc. size Pork and Beans, 3 cans for ____________25c and Rubber RoofingsCornices
i on vegetables will be established. !ting. Average cuttings will yield 50 pound Pail Lard $4.00, large pail No. 10, ________95c
t Heretofore there have not been any I about one ton per acre. While the Pure Georgia Syrup in barrel, per gallon ___________55c Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
t through rates carried on vegtables, ;grass will spread naturally if allowed Pure Florida Syrup in gallon cans, each ____________55c

t although fruit rates were provided. I Ito ripen seed, it is easily controlledand :Mallo Icing, per can _____________________________20c Works: 14 E. Church SL ; ORLANDO
. Southeastern Territory never difficult to eradicate. For 10c. size Assorted Extracts, 3 bottles ______________20c
This embraces territory east of the hay it is probably best cut when in 3 packages Ice Cream Powder or Jello _____________25c
t" Mississippi and south of the Ohio and :early bloom. It can, however, be left Pound Can Rumford's Powder 23c., half pound can ___13c

Potomac rivers, and in the past Florida -I standing a considerable time without 3 cans Sodarine _________________________________13c
has not enjoyed through rates to much deterioration as new shoots con- Welche's Grape Juice, per qt.45c; pint 23c.; V-_ pint14c v
I, local points, many of which are good tinue to be produced if there is suffi- lOc. size Jelly, Peanut Butter, Pickles, Salad Dressing, W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES
\ markets for both fruits and vegetables cient moisture. On account of its assorted, 3 for _______________________________25c Proprietors and Owners
r. ; but, as a result of long negotiating slender stems Natal grass cures read- Corn Beef, Roast Beef, Alright Brand, per can ______20c
r on the part of the League with ily. Everything considered it is per- Potted Hams and Sardines, 6 cans for ______________25c
r the Southeastern railroads, through haps the best hay grass for sandy 3 cans Vienna Sausage __________________________25c Daytona Beach HotelON
. rates are promised to this section for soils in the Gulf coast region and its 3 cans Cove Brand Oysters ___________________.:.___20c OCEAN BEACH
the aproaching season.# The League culture should be greatly increased.C. Tall Pink Salmon, per can lOc.; per dozen ________$1.10
': submitted a list of points to the rail- V. PIPER, Pie Peaches, Apples and Pumpkins, 3 lb. cans, each __lOc Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red

," roads some time ago, to which Agrostologist in Charge. Dried Prunes and Peaches, per pound _____________He Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished
I' through rates were desired, and received Currants and Raisins, per package _________________lOc
l.: advices recently that they Advertise in the Morning Sentineland All Soaps, including Ivory, Fells Naptha and Sweet- Single and en Suite ..

would be provided for next season. get results.Jacob. heart, __________________________________6 for 25c Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold
L That organization will submit an ad- Grits and Meal, 10 Ibs for 25c.; 92 lb. sack ________$2.10 Shower Baths, Free to guests
ditional list of points very soon, and Flour in half barrel ____________________$3.75 to $4.00
r it is expected that rates to same will Self-Raising Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds ________S3.90 Rates 2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week
r be provided for in due time. In this Burkhard Pillsbury's Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds __________$4.25 Dinners 50 cents
t connection, there is proposed a general Full line of all kinds of Smoked Bacon and Hams, nice .
f revision of rates to the South- PLUMBER and fresh; all unwraped. BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
. east in order to bring the same into
;' conformity with the requirements of NOTE OUR FEED PRICES

the Interstate Commerce Commis- Corn per sack ________________________________$1.95 rte.
1 sion under the long and short haul Oats, per sack ________________________$2.10 to $2.25
clause. This news should interest all Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" I Beet Pulp, per sack ___________________________$1.75 Valspar Val-Enamel I I IIt
. shippers, as in the past they have had Sweet Feed per sack ___________________$1.65 to $1.75
: to pay combination of rates to local Shorts per sack _______________________________$1.75 pays to use the Best.
; points in the Southeast which exceeded Bran per sack ________________________________$1.60 You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers
i' the rates to junction points much Chicken Feed per sack ________________________$2.15
farther beyond, and, in fact, in Paints and Varnishes atFinley's
some HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP Cotton Seed Meal, per sack, 7% per cent, $1.50: 5
t instances, the rates exceeded those in per cent __________________________________$1.25
effect to markets like Chicago and Best Wheat per sack __________________$2.40 to $2.50 Pioneer Paint StoreCorner
t Kansas City. ON' WEST PINE STREET, JUST Salt, hundred pound sack ________________________70c
and Court St.
Chick Food Egg Producer, per package ___________20c Pine Phone 67
f The American cotton crop of 1914 the best and the best
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. We have men equipment to do
was the largest ever produced, exceeding -
the best work. The best is the cheapest.
E by nearly two million bales,

!- or 1913.about The 15 1914 per crop cent.totaled, the crop 16,134-of Forage Grocery Company Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat

r! 930 bales, says a report from Wash Phone 204 Phone 638. 21 W. Church St. -


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7L'aths and ,SliinalesJ, SENTINELWANTS: Every Day Is ARCADE d

cVsrern9towa MILK

The Morning Sentinel Want We're strong (or Here Wellington DEPOT'BUTTER
ORLANDO Directory is the Greatest Want Pipe. It's built on exactly the correct -
Ad Medium in Orlando.
principle for the coolest sweetest -
cleanest smoke you ever did I
Terms Cash in Advance. enjoy in the big chair. -
Cement, Aptite Plaster and Lime RATES Smoke Wellington and you won't Fresh Every Day.
For One Day ______________25tFor have saliva any can't boiling in the bowl.because fire. You stuff 5c. per glass
Three Days ____________50c get to favorite tobacco into
load of 25c.
For Six Days ___________75c a your and ) per gallon i
this good pipe. you'reoff
1 For One Month ____________$2.50 for bully a good time. CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies on all ads of 0 from BUTTER
Pick our
25 words less. If the your
or con- for Fresh
assortment shape your preference Homemade
tains more than 25 words the rate first-class
one a
will be one cent per word for
each sertion.If additional. word, for each in- Good and Bad Cigar StoreY PIES AND CAKES

A RUUD WATER HEATER the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Accounts to-

payable opened the following by telephone day.will be 'V ARCADE MILK DEPOTSURVEYING

FREE / Every Home-Every Business!
Every Man has use for a Made InAmerica
: Sentinel Want Ad. 25c

1 3Sc50c Plating and Sub-Dividing ,

Pair nice mare mules in good condi- Up HAL A. IRISH
tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul-
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply Civil Engineer
With every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an en-
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf RefiningCo.
FREE ., Orlando Florida. 7-17-tfc -j-
tirely new service we will give absolutely one RUDD Read the Morning Sentinel for the 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.

TANK WATER HEATER, regular price $12.00, or we will makean FOR and SALE-Ford wind shield,runabout at Ford body Garage., top I news.'lOc. a week delivered.

allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- 7-3-tf -- Week End

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

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

Come in and talk it with \
over us.
the outcome of uncleanly con- _
I GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD ditions. We are not in dangerof $2.30
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf
such outbreaks, but there are
FOR RENT many minor troubles, which
may prove detrimental to your
FOR 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 WANTEDWANTEDA against unsanitary conditions.We VIA

nice little invite you to come in and
baby car-
riage or perambulator. Must be a assure yourself of our uptodateand Atlantic Coast line
GAS DEPARTMENT bargain.Sentinel. Address postal to "B 7223tcTo ," care entirely sanitary methods. I

Standard Railroad of the South
reduce stock
our as much as possible -
by the 15th, will give a discountof OrlandoSteam Tickets sold for all trains Satur-
25 per cent. off our regular cash I
price on any goods in store. Ham- day and forenoon Sunday, lim-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf LaundryPHONE .ited to return by midnight of

Umbrellas recovered and repaired 88 following Tuesday.For .
-. "while' you wait," at Young's Repair I
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
Information Call on
I sell rent, and
exchange real W. R. O'NEAL C. P. &T. A.
1 estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., ,
over 30 years. Have handled over CLINT BASSPHONE Orlando
Notice--Special Sale 20000000. Call and see me. t
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 375

AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING AT West Jefferson StreetSuccessor Cut Flowers :

HOME ,to
BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 Why repairing pay more at a for garage.car overhaulingand I can do and Plants
it at your home for half and all work lland|Wood CompanyWood \

And continuing for two week 7-22-3t absolutely* guaranteed. Phone 702. Floral Designs
of AlllKinds: ,

I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ]J Located in the Arcade BuildingAll REASONABLE PRICE .
work guaranteed and neat- Violet Dell florist.
ly done. Our work is the best ..
and our prices are the lowest.
On all Ladies' Skirts
Millinery, This is the place to have your J. M. CARUTHERSPhone

Kimonas, and House Dresses Suit old clothes scrubbed made and new.pressed75c.Suit 9DR. 509. 408 South Lake St.

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at pressed _____________40c. I
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand L H. RAMSDELu OSTEOPATHDR.

Mohair suits pressed ?.___:_25c. ORLANDO, FLORIDA I JOSEPHINE HARPER
We do ladies' work also. Giveus WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Office corner Orange Arcane ani
Come and look at our line a trial and be convinced. AND DO ALL KINDS OFREPAIRING Church St., Dang & McNeil Bldg,
Clothes called for and delivered. OPTIC'. I Phone 419.
Phone 613.
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Bargain! Job PrintingPhone r
EXCEPTIONAL OFFER All calls answered Promptly Dayor

72 Night. Hand Block.

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

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

and Trees. Davis & McNeil Bldg

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.

4 For quick sale $3000. Cash or RepairingAll A.YANCY, Manager!

C. A. HOVEY terms. kinds of leather repairing, such Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
as Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,
Golf Bags Ladies' and Gents' Pocket :Florida and Western .Meats

Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
get your scissors sharpened. : OJ"sters-Pish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
25 West Church Street, in Hopkins
Shoe Shop. /Business '135 P. O. BOX:126
PHONESResdenee, 133 Cor. Orange Ave.and Church.St.Lumber .;
Try a Sentinel Want Ad CARL DANN W. A. BOSTON 7-20-121* .. ,

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Mrs. H. R. Berry returned yester-

day afternoon from St. Petersburg,
where she had been visiting friends.

Miss Bessie Allen left yesterday afternoon -

for Tampa to join her sisters -

Misses Mary and Madelineho
are the guests of friends in that city. 'cS

ou re c owr o ars.l collected How many? savings checks have 7-7-tf you SAVINGS CHECKS .

Mrs. J. W. Fudger was among those
leaving on the 12:30 train last night

for Louisville, Ky., where she will
Why not give greater elasticity to your currency spend the remainder of the season. $1.04 for Each $1.00 .

by making it accomplish larger things-to

make it farther and its to Mr. W. A. Bruce, of the
ability earn manager
go prove all cash
They are given on purchases and on all accounts paid by
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- Piedmont Plant company, returned to the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants:
Orlando last evening from New Or-
ty here in earning 4 cent.
leans where he has been on business.
Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
Our steady growth in depositsand Why worry? Order Maple Mousse, Butts Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
or First Pickler, for your Sunday City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store Groceries.
business is evidence .
general dinner, from Hand Ice Cream Co. Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage Auto Supplies.
of ability to serve our customers 7-24-2t John Empie Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat :Market.J. .
well and the character of L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
our Mr. F. W. Anderson, representingthe Good and Bad Cigar Stores Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
Board of Directors gives assur- 4 % Phillip Carey company, Jackson- avenue and Arcade building. Store.
I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
ance of strength and conserva- ville, spent yesterday in Orlando call- J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
tive management in "stretchingthe ing on contractors and builders in be- Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
half of his asfaltslate shingles.Rev. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.T. .
earning capacity of your dol- \ P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton Shoe Hospital.

lars. Smith Ha'rdin. presiding elderof
the Methodist church for this district -

left yesterday afternoon for Se-

ville where he will hold quarterly con- They can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart-
The State Bank ference today and Sunday. ment of theThe r

Orlando Savings checks collected is money
a.It's in the bank. 7-7-tf
Peoples National Bank

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schwantke wentto

Orlando yesterday for a day or
two. Today they, with C. D. Warner
and family, motor to Lake Wales.-
Winter Garden Times.

Mrs. Ida L. Johnson, who has been

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Kenney, on Colonial Drive left
yesterday afternoon for her home in
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Atlanta, Ga.
An Economy To

Why worry? Order Maple Mousse, 'tttfilfltiMlllll 40 Mil MMMMMMMMMMMMfPACKARD
or First Pickier for your Sunday
Buy Now! dinner from Hand Ice Cream Co.

Mrs. A. R. Page, who has been Wins Grand jj

spending some time with her daughter -

Mrs. E. L. Murray, at 94 Lake-
wood avenue left yesterday afternoonover
Prize at San FranciscoThe
the Atlantic Coast Line for her

home in Denver, Colo.

Ask for savings checks; they are
your money in the bank. 7-7-tf only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

Water ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -
Chauncey Avery, C. A. Tompkins, were both awarded to PACKARD.It .
Mrs. Lydia Ryalls, and "Grandma"
tribute to the Packard and the
Thomas, motored to Orlando yester- is a broad superiority quali-

day from Taft in Mr. Avery's car, ties of permanent success that are back of the new ,

Is"ELDER"a standard for and spent the day shopping and call-
ing on business associates.

purity aids digestion Packard Twin-Six
Yes, we will deliver your order for
and eliminates Maple Mousse, or First Pickler, for
your Sunday dinner. Phone Hand's
Ice Cream Co. 7-24-2t
acidity. :: ::
Mrs. T. E. F. Hoskins spent yes-

This being accomplished a world of sickness / terday in Sanford visiting with her
brother, Mr. C. M. Berry. She returned | San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando
is saved. Nature provided Spring Water last evening, accompanied by

and Spring Water alone for mankind and her children, who have been there for
nothing can take its place.BEGIN several days.Savings ,-

checks are worth $1.04 for DISTRIBUTORSAre
every $1.00. 7-7-tf
Mr. Joseph Dawson and Miss Ber- ..1111..1\111,

tha returned yesterday from a most

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lantic Beach. They made the trip on
the St. Johns river to and from the

ORLANDO, FLORIDA metropolis.Yes People Saving More Than EverOne

Phone WRIGHT 444
we will deliver your order for
Maple Mousse, or First Pickler, for
your Sunday dinner. Phone Hand's 4F
Ice Cream Co. 7-24-2t N

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Brumley, of r.. t c .
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Mrs. E. Eichnor, of Geneva, motoredto a F

Orlando yesterday and spent sev- '
eral hours shopping and greeting great benefit has come to these

ALLOW THATBIRTHDAY friends. United States through the European Wa ,A $. r '
I fw.
It has made us a SAVING NATION.As fr4
Savings checks are money in the a
bank. 7-7-tf a nation we are earning more than ,Fever

before, and we are saving more. j
Miss Margaret Finnegan arrived in
OR OTHERANNIVERSARY Competent authorities say that we are
Orlando last evening over the Atlantic -
Coast Line from St. Louis, Mo., richer by a quarter of a billion dollars ,

and will visit Mrs. P. McGraw, at through invested savings. .
I 202 East Robinson Miss Fin- -
The safest form of investment for individual '
negan is supervisor of kindergartenwork
TO GO BY DEFAULT in the St. Louis public schools. savings is the Savings Account. y,

While she has traveled quite exten- Place your savings here and they will earn ms s

j WE HAVE JUST THE "CORRECT"* GIFT FOR THE sively, this is her first visit to Florida interest at 4 per cent. ,.t '
OCCASION and it is her expectation while hereto
make a number of short excursionsto
various places of interest in this !5Y
| Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered.T.D.EVANS byY
section of the state.

See the marvellous Mr. Billetts, I
walking and skating on the slack I
wire, nights of July 26-27-28, at the i F
Skating Rink. Admission 10 cents. .

4-24-4t The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBiiekiiiaster I

JEWELER; & Bi'niuIacv I Orlando, Florida ,

OSTEOPATHS Capital Surplus and Profits 141000.00
r- Personal instruction under Dr. Still ,
at KifksvilJe, Mo.
182 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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