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 25, 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
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THAN THE TITANIC Remove BodiesChicago s s Eastland feet long.was-steel steamer, 300 '. 'RUSSIANS STILL HOlDING II D

July 24.-L. D. Gadory,: Was laden with nearly 3OOO-all '
employed as a candy "butcher" on I employes of Western Electric
WHEN 1575PERISHED the steamer Eastland, was the first Co.,' off for outing to Michigan
eyewitness to tell a detailed story of City. '
the accident. Ship owned by Chicago & St. Jo- OUT BUT GfRMANS WIN2 2
"It was about 7:45 o'clock this seph Transportation Co. j
morning, and the boat was l lying at Captain Harry Pederson and .
the dock near Clark street bridge, First Mate Fisher under ar- '
loading with passengers," said Ga- rest. *

EASTLAND STEAMER DISASTER WAS GREATEST MARINE dory. "We were to" leave in twenty Faces of dead bore traces of desperate *
minutes and the upper decks and cab- struggle. BATTLES IN NORTH POlAND I
HORROR IN HISTORY-2,500 WERE TRAPPED IN STEEL ins were crowded with people. There Cause: Minor accident to air. ;
were hundreds of women and chil- pipes. '
FRAMES OF EXCURSION SHIP-ALL HAPPENEDIN dren. I estimate that there were between Titanic dead, April 14, 1912, were -- -
2,000 and 3.000 on the boat at 1,575.; ; 1R'ARSAW
v LESS THAN THREE l\IINUTES-'VAS THE the time of the accident. I was standing Vessel was licensed to carry 2.750 'I STILL IN RUSSIA'SGRASP
STRANGEST TRAGEDY IN HISTORY-SHIP on the lower deck, near the gang passengers, says report. ARBITRATION WILL END
plank, watching the people Death
come list greater than on burn- SAYS LATE
WAS CONSIDERED "TOP HEAVY" ANDA aboard. ing of S. S. General Slocum I
6'HOODOO"-ESTDIATE OF 2,000 "Suddenly I noticed the boat list toward Chicago baseball games postponed .
the river. It rolled slightly at and theatres closed; Chicago '
DEAD IS CONSERVATIVE, first, then seemed to stop. It then in mourning. STRIKE BUT ITS EMI[ ( IS PREDICTED
BUT 2,300 MAY HAVEPERISHED started to roll again. I shouted to the All Chicago hospitals filled. .
crowd to keep stilL Apparently, a Accident occurred at Clark street *
majority of the passengers were on dock. General Von Has :
one side of the boat, and this had Dispatches and bulletins indicate MEN VOTE TO RETURN TO Hindenberg
overweighted it and caused it to list. that horror is greatest marine Crossed Narew River-Another -
The hawsers which held the boat to disaster in world's history. WORK MONDAY PENDING -
Angry Mob Tries To Lynch The the docks, snapped, and the officers When firemen chopped holes in SETTLEMENT German Victoryin
pulled the gang plank in and refusedto the boat's hull they found bodies '
[ allow any more on the boat. piled on one another like s North Poland
Captain Of 111 Fated Vessel SICKENING SCREAMS"At boxes of merchandise. Employes of Standard and Tide-
Eastland filled to capacity. Hundreds London, 24. Two
this time everybody was panic- turned s water Oil Companies Consent July great bat-
stricken, women screamed and men away. tles have been won by the Germans,
great Chicago disasters Iro- to Settle Difficul-
: Picnickers Were Members and Employes of Western Electric tried port to side quiet where them.the I ran back to the quois fire, December 30, 1903-: t te in northern Poland, and one northof
gangway:; had 57;) lives lost; and sinking of ties by Arbitration Warsaw, where Gen. Von Ilinden-
Co.Many Women and Children on Board-Drastic Measures been. The boat then drifted slowly Eastland
from the dock, rolling as it slipped s i *jesterday.BOATS* *. i i berg has crossed the Narew river.
Used to Save Life-Several Persons Alive After into midstream, and a moment later it Bayonne, N. J., July 24.-Arrange- While the Austro-German armiesare
had turned over on its side. I climbedover ments to arbitrate the strike at the '
Boat Had Been in ""atcA.Iany l\Iinutes-AII TO RESCUE immediately west of the Polish
Offi- on the side of the boat and Standard and Tidewater Oil
Four members of the crew of the capital and along the Lublin-Cholm
stayed until I
taken compa-I
cials Under Arrest-Sweeping InvestigationWill life savers. was by steamer Theodore Roosevelt, which nies' plants here were made railway, so far they appear to have
was tied at the dock, rescued 35; per- afternoon. At the
of thee
Be Made by U. S. "Many of the passengers leaped sons in lifeboats launched from th meeting been unable to break the Russian re-
into the water as the boat went over. strikers the men voted to return to
Roosevelt. sistance but the
two disasters to the
Government Scores of others were caught in the work ::
Monday pending settlement
Officials of the a of
companysaid north lead
cabins and drowned. When the small military critics here and at
the boat had aboard about 2,500 the: differences.
boats began coming to us I worked Petrograd to practically concede the
Chicago, July 24.-Two thousand persons, approximately, were with other survivors in taking pas persons.Private motor cars and early fall of Warsaw.
drowned at the dock the sengers out of the water and cutting> wagonswere BASEBALL RESULTS
on Chicago river in the heart of the city holes in the cabins to remove bodies." pressed into service in trans

today when the lake excursion steamship Eastland, ready to start POLICEMAN A HERO lice porting were the called injured to the to hospitals.scene from Po a Southern League 20 HOURS RUNNING TIME FROM

\ for Michigan City, Indiana, lay down on its side like a tired horse Policeman Henry Sezher, one of score of outlying stations. New Orleans 0-3, Chattanooga 1-4. ORLANDO TO ATLANTABY

and trapped 2,500 picnickers on board. the"I first to go to the rescue said: The North Clark street bridge was : Mobile 7-2, Little Rock 9-3. W. W. ROSE
saw of
scores men holding chit SEE FRIENDS DROWN
STRANGEST MARITIME TRAGEDY IN HISTORYIt dren plunge into the water. I jumped choked with persons on their way to Birmingham 9, Nashville 7. !
into a rowboat and pulled out to the work when the accident occurred. Atlanta 3, Memphis 4. A telegram was received in Orlando
is the greatest marine tragedy in history and also the strangest drowning. I think I got about fifty Friends and relatives of many who National League :yesterday- C. G. Brown, of the

and most sudden. The ship went clear over on her side in less ashore.ried to the The scene fire boats and picked and tugs hue were going on the excursion lined the New York 8-4, Pittsburgh 4-2. gents' furnishing department of the
up more bridge railing waiting for the boat to
than three minutes, drowning and suffocating all, except those on than a hundred people." depart. Brooklyn 6-9, St. Louis 5-5. Yowell-Duckworth company from

the upper deck, in a steel walled trap. Philadelphia 4-13, Cincinnati 0-1. Walter W. Rose, stating that he had

Boston 1, Chicago 0. arrived in Atlanta, Georgia,, in about
The exact number of dead may never be known. The coroner's "Vessel Sank In 2 Was A Steel Vessel American League twenty hours actual running time. ;

physician announced today late that there were at least 2,300 I Detroit 2-5, Washington 0-8. Mr. Rose made the trip in a Hupmo-

dead. I Minutes"CaptainCaptain 300 Feet LongThe Cleveland 4-12, Philadelphia 3-4. bile. This is believed to be a record

< GREAT EFFORTS TO RESCUE PASSENGERS Harry Pederson, 57 years St. Louis 3-3, Boston 7-2. run in a Hupmobile between Orlando
old in command of the boat, said: Chicago-New York, and Atlanta, according to J. P. Holbrook -
Steel workers steel vessel, which is 300 feet postponed ac
firemen and divers, burning off the steel plates of "I was on the bridge about ready to
j pull out when I noticed the boat long, was tied at the dock receivingthe count Eastland disaster. local agent for the Hup.B. .
ship and plunging into her hold, had taken out 1,300 bodiesat list. I shouted orders to open beginto the picnickers early in the morning. Federal League

that hour. gangways nearest the dock and give When the about craft 2,500 suddenly had been listed taken towardthe onboard Pittsburgh 1-4, Newark, 5-4; second B. CLARKE, OF FAIRVILLA,

Many, however, fell from the upper deck and were crushed the boat people continued a chance to roll to and get shortly out. The afterward middle of the river. Within a few game agreement 9 innings. DEAD #

under the ship into the mud bottom of the river. Still others the hawsers broke and the moments the hawsers snapped withthe St. Louis 4-3, Brooklyn 2-1. *
floated down the stream.CONSERVATIVE. steamer turned over on its side and great weight and within two min Kansas City 2, Buffalo 3; 11 in- Yesterday afternoon at 5:30 B. B.
utes according to a statement of the
was drifting towards the middle of I nings. Clarke, 65 years old, died at his home
ESTIMATE 2,000 DEAD the river. captain, the vessel turned over on her
First Assistant Superintendent of Police Schuettler CAUSE BAFFLES side and floated slowly toward midst Chicago-Baltimore, postponed ac in Fairvilla. Mr. Clarke's death came
and other CAPTAINI
conservative "When she went over jumped and rf am. count Eastland disaster. very unexpectedly. He was agent at
men on the scene, estimated the dead at Many ,
2,000. This jumped thrown
held on to the upper side. It all hap the Seaboard depot. He was also en-
is a conservative figure based upon the statements of Robert Mc- pened in two minutes. The cause i ia is into the water from the almost per MAKE COTTON CONTRABAND gaged in the pinery business.
Creary, deputy collector of customs, and W. K. Grenebaum mystery to me. I have sailed the pendicular decks, while scores doubt
gen less were caught in the cabins withno Besides his wife, who resides at
lakes !
eral for 25;
manager of the Indiana Transportation company, the lessee years and previous to chance for life. London.The Times and the Daily
that sailed salt Fairvilla. he leaves several children.
of the ship, that there were only 2,500 passengers on board and b,. and this is on the first water serious twelve accident years, The great majority of the bodies Mail again today urge the government They are Harold Clarke and Miss
t checking up 500 survivors. I ever had. I do not know how i it recovered was those of women and to declare cotton contraband and
children. It all hannened nnirklv Edna Clarke, of Maple Hill, Conn.;
, fete's Attorney Hayne, Coroner Hoffman and haooened. so to undertake the scheme for the
city officials pur-
CHIE FSTEWARD'S that they had little chance of escap- Mrs. Floyd, of Hawthorne, Fla., and
ac.fed in unison for a full innuirv. STORY pose of the suppression of the textile
Chief Steward Albert Wycoff said: ing.All Mrs. John Blair, of New Britain, .
TRY TO LYNCH CAPT. PEDERSON "I was in the lunch room on the sorts of river craft and the reg- industry as outlined by the Times to- Conn.

More important probably is the action of Federal Judge Landis main deck when I noticed the boat be- doing ular life what savers were at work quickly day. This plan provides for the pur-
they and
in ginning to list. Dishes fell from the hundredswere chase by the from the
a special
grand jury to meet Monday, and issuing a rack and a scene of wild excitement picked up. AT TilE GRAND MONDAY
subpoena for Grenebaum and other officials of the excursion line. followed. I shouted for the people to The boat had been chartered by the southern exchanges the amount of

"Captain Pederson and 14 members of the crew were arrested save themselves. A moment later I nic Western for its Electric company. for a pic- cotton that would have normally gone "The Sterlings," who appeared at

shortly after the disaster.An jumped into theater"and managedto employes.Government to Germany and Austra-Hungary and the Skating Rink last night, will

attempt was made to lynch the captain, but the police fought William rescue! three Bartlett women., a deck hand, said: the cotton exports to Holland, Den- pear at the Grand theatre in vaudeville ap-
back the frenzied Orders mark, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland
crowd. Grenebaum, accompanied by an attorney "I was on the main deck near the tomorrow evening. The Starlings -
answered the federal subpoena and issued a statement for stern reading a book when the boat at the same time declaring cot- are excellent artists. Manager
the started to list. I shouted warningsto An ton absolute contraband.lice .
government officials InvestigationWashington
and a public statement, emphatic that the passengers around me and tried Tallman will make full announcementof

every requirement of law had been complied with. to let go the hawser. When the boat D. C., July 21Act. estimates of dead this feature by advertisement.
four hun-
BOAT WAS A "HOODOO" went over I climbed on the upper ing Secretary Sweet, of the depart- are 7-25-lt
dred. At 8:30 fifty bodies had been
side and helped to get a number of ment of commerce ordered the steam-
Reports from Cleveland where the
Eastland was recently i in
boats. boat
passengers It all happened inspection service to investigate' F
excursion service, and other lake cities, however;allege that the in a few minutes." the Chicago disaster to determine I 2:31 O'clock P. M.-Chicago.-At OCOEE MAN'S FATHER DEADW.
1:30 this afternoon
ship was known as a "hoodoo" and had been called "top heavy." PASSENGER'S THEORY whether there was any defect of con- ies had been recovered.eight. Many bod-in-
Two thousand or more who perished on the Eastland were Mrs. Emma O'Donnell said: struction or inspection of the East- fants. L. Moore, of Ocoee, left last
of the ; of the members "The steamer was gelling ready to land. Federal inspectors will be sent 3:49 O'clock P. M. Chicago. At 3 I: evening for north
6,300 employes Western Electric company who leave and was crowded with excur: from other points to supplement the Georgia where he
chartered five boats for a picnic Michigan City, Indiana. They sionists. The officers of the boat force at Chicago if necessary. stated o'clock! that Coroner's 1,300 bodies Physician had Springer been was called by a telegram announcing

were mostly women and children aboard the Eastland. A hundred pushed back the crowds along the JUDGE LANDIS ORDERS SPECIAL as near as he could estimate.recovered the death of his father.
boys and girls dressed in uniforms gang plank in order to pull it in. Itnever GRAND JURY
were for athletic and club 4:52 O'clock P. JI.Chirago.Thesteamer
stopped after it started to roll Chicago.-Federal Judge Landis has
events on the picnic grounds. Those on the top decks, except the and a few moments later it was out in ordered a special grand jury to inves- take Eastland disaster the will prob- IN ORLANDO FROM CHICAGO
few who clung to' the rails, were thrown clear overboard. Stacks the middle of the river on its side. tigate the causes of the Eastland dis- ably marine place horror.as First greatest Deputy modern Police --

and masts of the big ship stretched across the river, blocking nay aster. Superintendent Scheuttler, afteran )lr. D. M. Jeffries, of Chicago, will

igation. 7,000 Tickets And inspection this afternoon, esti- be the guest of Mrs. Lucy J. Barnett

r Tugs, fire boats, launches, row boats, every conceivable craft Disaster MagnitudeTold mated while Coroner's the dead at Physician more than Springer 1,700,, and family for several days.

raced at top speed, and a contractor on a skyscraper two blocks 2,500 On BoardThe in charge of the rescueork., statedat
away stopped his men and the steel workers began burning off By Bulletins 4 o'clock that the dead would reach THE WEATHERFor
the plates and making great holes in the side of the Eastland was filled to capacityand 2,300.
acetylene ship with hundreds were turned away to At 9 o'clock yesterday morning the Fifteen hundred and seventy=five Florida: Generally fair today,
torches. other boat, |according to S. G. ilall, Sentinel began to receive dispatchesfrom perished on the Titanic. except probably showers in south por- ;a,
Before night: nearly the whole side of the ship had been cut one of tF9 excursionists. He estimated the International News Service 9:10 O'clock P. )I.C'hicago.TheEvening tion; moderate northwest and west
away. THROUGH THESE HOLES 1,300 BODIES WERE tah .4.000 tickets had been dis regarding the Chicago horror. Within Post, a conservative paper, winds.
BROUGHT OUT tributed t _>he Western Electric em- a few minutes the Sentinel had is playing up 2,300 dead. Sixteen
FOUND. The AND SEVERAL LIVING PERSONS WERE ployes, and that more than 2,500ere printed bulletins on the streets telling hundred bodies have been recoveredin I Mr. J. Edson Andrews will leave today '
majority of the dead were women and children. crowded on the Eastland. of the tragedy. the Eastland disaster. for
Chicago business -
WILL PRESS RIGID INVESTIGATION Eyewitnesses said the boat turned The tremendous magnitude of the I on an urgent
Washington gradually, and that when it began to disaster is indicated by the following ECLIPSED LUSITANIA DEATH I trip.
.. July 24.-Acting Secretary of Commerce Sweet tip the crowd rushed and slid toward bulletins: TOLL
today ordered a rigid i investigation into the sinking of the East- the side that had settled in the water. 9:06 O'clock A. M.-Chicago. The The disaster eclipses the recent Lusitania I All this week 5 1,000-sheet rolls

land at Chicago. The loss of life on the Eastland is the largest The big steamer, weighted by the steamer Eastland capsized in Chicago horror by 800, the death toll toilet for 25c. Curtis & O'Neal
of any disaster of a in rush of its passengers, turned over river with nearly thousand men, women of that unfortunate vessel being about paper ,
single ship history. on its side. and children on board. First po- I 1,200. book store. ;

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the North sea. Before Jellicoe can Folkstone to Cape Gris Nez in !
Tremendous Naval BattleNear I tHitltHmHIIIIMMIf'j '.
gather enough ships to give battle France, which prevents the passage II I
and arrive on the scene, the remnantsof j lof submarines. This net would not f
for Britain Invasion? English naval strength left on stop surface craft, but the British !!

guard, together with secondlineIed:: i II think the mines and the flotillas of | j Special BargainsSaturday
iterranean assistance that may have I British submarines which operate in
By John L. Balderston 1,000 heavy guns on the island of arrived will have been destroyed,and I I these waters will prevent the German jj

Berne, Switzerland.-Where is the Heligoland, itself incased in armor of a great army disembarked on English dreadnoughts from trying to get out and Monday
British fleet? concrete and steel, and of these guns shores. through the channel and will sink i

Why doesn't Admiral Jellicoe go in 400 are of 14-inch, or greater calibre. England's Defense them if they do try. I

after the Germans? They have the range of every square Before passing to Jellicoe's meas- It is recognized, however, that if Loaf Cake
Why doesn't the German fleet come yard of sea for 20 miles in all direc- ures to prevent this plan from being the Germans tried the unexpectedsome regular lOc size, 5c -

out and fight? tions. consummated, it may be remarked of the ships might escape, and Sweet Wrinkled Peas, 15c size, '
When it does come out, will trans- Will Scatter Everywhere that even if it succeeds, England will this has been guarded against in the
ports follow bearing an army to invade If the German fleet breaks out into not tamely submit to destruction. It strategic dispositions of Jellicoe's 10c., 3 cans for 25c

England? the Atlantic, it will scatter everywhere is a good plan, and the British war ships in the north, as will be shown. Butter 25c lb
Why don't German submarines ever sinking all merchant ships on office knows it. Asked the odds :May: Pick North Exit
torpedo British battleships in the the trade routes, excepting Ameri- against the German, a high official in The north exit, the one Von Tirpitz Vanilla Wafers 3 packages 25c

North Sea? cans, spreading ruin and terror London recently remarked: will probably essay, is a passage 300
What are the English submarines among England's colonies. Bermuda "They have as much chance as a miles wide between Cape Duncansby, Fruits and Vegetables fresh every day. \ \

doing? Jamaica, Halifax, will be attacked man who draws for a straight at the northwest point of Scotland and Georgia Peaches
These are questions which puzzle and forced to coal the Kaiser's dread- poker." the coast of Norway. This must be, Cantaloupes, Celery, |

the civilian populations' in-Europe and noughts. English coaling stations The odds against making a straightare I i or England's safety, securely blocked. Fresh Tomatoes, String Beans, Irish Po- : :

elsewhere. The British Grand Fleet abound, great stores of coal can not between five and six to one. for England's safety securely blocked. tatoes
Peppers Okra Bananas.
disappeared a year ago, a few days be quickly destroyed, and the vital There are at present at least 450,000 Jellicoe, to do this, has made his ,

before war broke out, and although problem of fuel will not worry the men of Kitchener's new army trainingon main base the Firth of Cromarty.This ,
King George wirelessed Admiral Jel Germans for some time. th east coast. Trenches have been body of water, an ideal naval

licoe on August to "capture or de- The weak cruisers England has on dug in all strategic: positions. Great base under modern conditions, opens .

stroy the enemy," Premier Asquith's patrol duty in the Atlantic must fly : stores of artillery and munitions are out of the Firth of :Moray, on the Our Grocery Company
reference to "the northern mist is for their lives; a whole squadron of I being kept in reserve. Britain may north coast of Scotland. Long before

the only clew permitted the British them could not stand against one be loyal to France and devoted to Bel- the war a strategic railway was built Two Phones: 3 and 200
public since then to Jellicoe's where- modern battleship. gium, but Britain's first duty: the war from Inverness, winding around untilit I

abouts. The American fleet, meanwhile, office believes, is to herself. This explains comes to Cromarty Firth, and following '- 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
"Somewhere up there," the man in must remain neutral. Its entry into why, with more than 2;;:)00,000 the north shore of the firth.

the street will reply, with a vague the war would make this whole screme British under arms, there are less The firth is 19 miles long and averages -
sweep of his arm to the north, if you impossible. So Germany will make than 800,000 in Flanders. Until the a mile in width, but it is near G'III"IC = IGOtllllllllllt't 'II.elllll'DI"IOSaturday

ask him where the Grand Fleet hides just such concessions in the subma- I danger of German invasion is over, (Continued on page 6))

itself. That is all he knows. rine dispute, as are necessary to keep trained troops will be kept in Englandin .

Xow, it is very easy to answer with the peace. sufficient quantity, in Kitchener's
exact accuracy all the questions propounded The German ships thus scattered opinion, to defeat any possible army and Monday SpecialsWe

above and to explain with i th.-ough the Atlantic, the position of that may be landed. Jacob Burkhard

reasonable certainty the plans of the Great Britain will be desperate in the Admiral Jellicoe's great task, as
British and German admiralties for extreme. Jellicoe can do one of two has been seen, is to keep the German are still in business at No. 47 W. C hurch St. A new
. the great struggle which, every naval things, keep his fleet in tht North sea fleet out of the open sea. If he fails in line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES received since the fire.
man on both sides will tell you, is go- and protect England against the Ger- this the chances of success will be all
We are prepared to give our customers the best of
ing to decide the war. But to print man army, or chase the German ships in the Kaiser's favor. prices and

these answers, in Germany or England into the Atlantic. During every international crisis in service. NOTE THESE PRICES:

would mean years in jail, if not Either course, it is highly probable, recent years the British fleet has
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The German Plan ships from Holland and Scandinavia fleet last summer and sent it .
The countless of be and north two \Ve have a new GO-H. P. Elmore Truck, and are better than .
ships Jellicoe's can protected keep England days before the Austrian ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
mighty armada are lying today in the from starvation, and if communication ultimatum was sent to Serbia. ever prepared to give the best service and quickest deliveries.

Orkneys, in the Firth of Cromarty, i in with the army in Flanders can be Jellicoe Must ConcentrateIf Watch the Sentinel for Specials every day next week.J. .
Lough Swilly, Dunfanaghy bay and kept up, her downfall, with the colonies ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
these W. BAKER The who makes
:main facts be kent in mind man prices right
Mulroy bay, or patrolling the seas cut off, and the import of war the British
naval strategy will be per-
near those bases, placed like chess munitions for herself and her allies
fectly obvious; Jellicoe must concen-
men by the admiral's directing will in i I stopped, will be only a question of trate his strength so that he can oppose Kentucky Grocery Co.
position to foil a certain German : months. Phone 204
a superior force to a German
scheme for the conquest of England. The Germans, with the whole overseas fleet 47 W. Church Street Phone 329
attempting to out of the
The British authorities firmly believe empire at their mercy, can get North
sea at either end before the
their enemies have formed this plan, all the coal they want, lay Canada and
attempt can succeed. He must also i MlilillMieiMlllMIMIMMMIMtlOtmtHtlillMtlMlfI
because they know it is the only one India and Australia under tribute ,
keep his first line ships, during the .
that offers Germany a chance of suc |and patrol the seven seas until Eng-

cess.outlined The and German then the plan English will first countermeasures be j I land cries Must quits.Divide FleetIf period rine If attack.Jellicoe of waiting, violating, safe from these subma-princi- I Get A Copy of This Catalog Now! f fIn ,

explained in detail. Jellicoe, adopting the alternative, ples of strategy, waited off Heligo this new, big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is founded upon an ideal; a
Grand Admiral von Tirpitz, realiz gives chase, he must divide his arma- land, blockading the enemy's seacoast, nursery where the idea is fundamental' that the basis of success is laid in a nursery by the nur-
ing that in a stand-up fight the high da into many parts to pursue the Germans he would not only be sub- sery company three or four years-before the purchase of the trees by the planter.
seas fleet could not hope to crush the who will exposed to This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds where the root stock is
scatter in
every direc- marine attack, but the German fleet grown; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of the care
grand fleet, its overwhelming superiorin I tion. Some English ships, to be exercised in the selection of the budwood and in
sure would make a dash through his line the packing and shipping of the trees, and of the
weight of metal, plans to break out 11 will' catch some German ships ands at night, and even if ships were advice and service rendered by our specialists to the purchasers of our trees.
into the Atlantic Ocean with all hi sink them. But the great of many In a nut shell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus family is produced and it gives the his-
first line ships. coup lost would attain its primary object, tory and 'lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock.It .
strategy can then be accomplished the open sea. points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves and how
There are only two routes the German with every chance of success. If JelHcoe tried to brave the sub- their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in their own
fleet can follow; it can go Admiral C. von Spee showed how to 'marines, the mines and the guns of groves tres of the purest strain, and trees which would show in nursery and grove the aristocracy
of their
through the English channel, or out play this Teutonic ancestry.
of the North trump card when Heligoland' and sail into the mouth of Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we could have sold many ,
sea between Scotland 11 I he
gathered his ships together from the Elbe in search of the German fleet more. This year we know our entire nursery stock will be sold.
and Norway, proceeding either three-fifths of the world into one he and England with him would sim- Only a limited number will' be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfield Nursery Co. trees,
through the Baltic from Kiel throughthe squadron and fell upon.. the but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our catalogthemost
Kattegat and Skagerak, or directly Craddock. ply commit suicide. beautiful in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, clearness and directness
Every naval officer in the world will appeal to you.
north through the North sea from Troop ships, crowded with the best knows this, but the unthinking publicin We have not had a great quantity of these catalogues printed, and we are confident that
the other end of the Kiel canal, pass soldiers of the German armies, will be England still half expects such an the supply will hardly be sufficient to go around.
ing Heligoland. waiting in the German ports. The attack.

The German coasts, the layman will 1 !first inkling the English get of the The south exit to the North
think, will then be left unprotected j reunion of the scattered German ships formed by the English channel, .has sea, J Lake Garfield Nurseries Company, Bartow, Florida
Not at all.Incredible. I into a great fleet if all
goes well been closed by a British mine field.
as it may seem, there are will be the appearance of the fleet in There is a great net, stretching from HiilllllllMMMIilMitMIMHHtMiHtMittttttttttt'' III IS I1111 III I' III I"

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"No Nursery Tree Is A First Class r

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

Trees of Known Quantity and statement when he plants or considers planting his-- .

Quality 0 f P ro d uc t.on grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCESSFUL future of to

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

-O. W. Conner.I The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for years specialized

in bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the ONLY PLACE in

; .. f Florida, yes, in the WORLD, where EVERY tree is budded from trees tested for their superiority.Your .
: ; rk ... w grove is bound to be a paying investment if you use our stock.

,1 > ,, ; We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree

.w .11! I quality is to be found by a careful inspection of our nurseries. They are close by and the trip is ac

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

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

trees for fall planting. He will take you out to the nurseries and show you exactly what you will get
i 5 3.,. -e..A+:. ; for your; money, and how it is grown.Vrite him for catalogue now, and post up on "PEDIGREED I

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

vf f y t+ ,

'' Xe eCti ; Ocklawaha Nurseries .

Y r W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

I'I'o.)' G. G. WRIGHT, Agent OkI

I 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg., Orlando Florida

Trees like these will work while you sleep. They can't be Grown overnight-It '. "

takes time. Contract for YOUR Supply NOW. -. J-

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Paris.-News has been received, STEALING $3,920 Wasington, D. Shipbuilding activity luxuriant growth. These improvements -
how Dr. Chaillon, head of the anti- due to the heavy demand for Arcadia, Fla.-DeSoto county real i Plant City, Fla.-Some fifteen I will add greatly to the attractiveness -
rabies service at the Pasteur Insti- i New York, July 22.-William B. vessels since the European war be- estate is still moving, according to I oaks have been or 1: of the institution and in a
Tanner, chief clerk of the minor coin twenty young planted short time this promises to be one of
is greater in the United States I
tute, met his death on the night of I' gan transfers filed with A. L. Durrance, .
division in the United States sub- than it has been for several years. I around the new high school building the beauty spots of the city.Hart's .
April 24 while making experiments in clerk of the county court. !
in Wall street, arrested
treasury More steel vessels were being built or
the di nfection of the battlefields. today charged with embezzling gov- were under contract July 1 than at There were twenty-eight transfers

,. He Aad advanced close to the en- ernment funds and was held in $7,500 that time in any years since 1901, and I during yesterday and today. This Meat Prices
certainly tends to show that
trenches in the little forest of though
emy's bail to await grand jury action. there was a greater tonnage of wooden I
they be "hard times"and i
P- to sprinkle a new disinfectanton Tanner is charged with stealing vessels being built than since 1907. may crying
the bodies lying near their wire $3,920, which it is alleged, he got by Department of commerce statistics ""business depression" elsewhere, that Cannot Be Beat
.defenses when the Germans discov- DeSoto county does not class herself i
substituting pennies for five cent issued today show one hundred and
with the
ered his presence. They immediately pieces in coin banks intended for delivery twenty-five vessels were being con- I mourners.

opened fire with a huge mortar. to banks.ALASKA'S structed July 1. Sixty-five were steel I
Dr. Chaillon and a companion, Cor- ships, aggregating 298,426 tons, and Specials for Satur-!
poral Vion, had become separatedfrom MINERAL OUTPUT sixty were wooden vessels, totaling Special PricesCHUCK
their party, and took shelter in LAST YEAR $19,118,080 .
a small cabin. A shell struck it, com- 288,701 tons.QUADRUPLETS day and MondaySnow's STEAK .................. .............................. lOc.

pletely demolishing the structure and Washington, D. C.-Alaska's gold HAVE NOBLE ROUND STEAK .................. .............................. 15c.

burying both men. I production in 1914 was valued at $15- GODPARENTSParis. Hobby Flour- LOIN STEAK .................................................. I8c.

4 CAN KEEP THEIR DIAMONDS the 764,250 previous, an increase, figures of $140,000 made public over 24 pound sack ________1.05 FLORIDA PORK ............................................... 18c.
year .-A young woman of Fonte- 12 lb. sack _____________55c
New York.-The U. C. court yesterday showed.today by the geological survey nay-le-Comte, in the Vendee, having Fancy Patent Flour, 24 pound WESTERN PORK ................ .............................. 22c.

the suit recently given birth to quadruplets, Sack __________________95c CASH ONLY
dismissed government's Production of amounted to .
copper two boys and two girls,while her husband New Irish Potatoes, per peck
of uncut
to confiscate two packages
diamonds brought here in 1914, before 21,450,648 in 1913. The pounds total, against mineral 21,659,958 outputwas :I was fighting at the front, had 15 pounds. _____________30c
the happy idea of writing to sover- Sweet Potatoes, per peck30c
the war, from German Southwest
Africa, by Emil Propelle and AdamA. 476,356$19,118,080 in 1913. compared with. $19- eigns of the allied powers to ask themto Stuffed Figs, per jar_______25c P.C.HART'PIIOXE
be godfathers and godmothers to Meal, Grits Scratch Feed
Tischer, who got them, they say,
miner had the children.In 9 Ibs. for _______________25cWelch's 213. 35 WEST CHURCH ST.
from an old they grub- TO END GERMAN MEDDLING
staked. WITH each case the request was gra- Grape Juice, pt. 25c.,
AUSTRALIAN METALS ciously granted, with the result that quarts _________________50c
They were acquitted some days ago
on a charge of smuggling the gems. Melbourne, Victoria.An Australian the babies bear the names of Raymond ,Country Eggs, per dozen ___25c PEACHES! PEACHESElberta
George, Alexandra, and Eliza- i Toilet Paper, 5c. size, 6 rolls
The duties and charges on the stones, metal
exchange is to be established.
beth, and have been the recipients of for ___________25cj
amounted to --------- and Belle
which ,
paid $8,000.
were Attorney General Fisher told the par- Georgia
from their Tomato
presents godparents. j Catsup 25c. bottle20c
The German government alleged liament today, "to bring to an end i'
Fancy Peaches and Prunes, lOc 20c and 30c basket
the diamonds were taken from the German influence a
the disposal
department regarding CHILI REJECTS FRENCH CLAIM j 2 pounds for ____________25c
Colonial Mining company's sorting -
of Australian metals"Acting Fresh stock daily. Crate lots
i Lemons a specialty
but it let the claim lapse. Premier Hughes the FOR BARK SUNK BY i per
says GERMANS I Cantalopes, Elberta Peaches,
metal market is dominated by Ger- f Lemons 20c per dozen.
|String Beans Cabbage, and
WIRE MAGNATE REFUSES TO mans, who "have bled Great Britainto Santiago, Chili.-The French government Egg-
:plant at market prices. Pineapples the little Sweetlands 3 for lOc
MAKE DEATH DEVICE the extent of millions of pounds has presented a claim to i ,

sterling. Chili for the French bark Valentine, !Honest Weights and Measures North Carolina Rocky Ford Cantaloupes
Buffalo, N. Y. The Republic Metal which was sunk last November by ,
Wire company today refused an $80- the Germans within the territorial 5c and lOc
000,000 contract for the manufactureof THE UNITED STATES waters of Chili. Chili has rejectedthe Cash Grocery Co. Fresh Country Eggs, 25c a dozen
cartridges for the allies. James claim, declaring that she had kept

Foster, a director and treasurer of Farm and Fireside says: her neutrality. Telephone 618 7 E. Church St. Fine Spring Chickens 25c to 28c lb
1 the company, explaining why it was

refused"The, directors said: decided that the about"Last 1,200 year's birds national to the census square gives mile, Arcade Pressing Club J. w. Johnson, 109 W. CHURCH ST'

or nearly two to the acre. About one
company would not undertake to man-
ufacture any article for this war that tenth of "all the birds were English Under Management: ,...I..I.SI..I"IIII..t""f
would involve the loss of human life. sparrows.

There are higher standards in busi-
ness than the accumulation of proi- SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY AND First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring.Iade right in BREAKERS HOTEL

its." SUNDAY the shop. Guaranteed Fit. DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

Bricks of vanilla and cherry ice Also Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy.
Cleaning Pressing RepairingAnd
AWARD CONTRACT FOR NEW cream, with lemon ice center. 50c. Hot and Cold running water in every room

SCHOOL BUILDING AT delivered. Hand's Ice Cream Co. All Kinds of Alterations done LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
No individual with anything to sell Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to

Tarpon Springs, Fla.-Contract for or trade can successfully find a buyeror Work called for and delivered. $10 per week, American Plan.
the erection of the new building for trader without the aid of the Sen- New Bath House Free to Guests

the Tarpon Springs schools has been tinel want ads. Remember that its
awarded the Miller Construction com- circulation represents five-sixths of Phone 448 24 E. Pine St. MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop.

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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 Groceriesof

established lines at extraordinary prices. Come early Monday and Tuesday, as 4


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 Flour Brooms
Spices, Mops,

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

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South Florida Sentinel SIDELIGHTSBy
YESTERDAY.The To comment editorially upon God,
MORNING AND WEEKLY appalling disaster at Chicago the supreme ruler of the universe and W. S. Branch.
.. K. GLENN .............._.....Editor early yesterday morning is another the creator of life is a delicate mat-
tV. C. ESSINGTON ......Baaln Manager
severe reflection upon the grasping ter. But why should not the editorial
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florid avarice of corporations. The ownersof page of a newspaper contain a disser- Many of the state editors are throw i
*, as Second Class Mail Matter. the Eastland crowded upon the tation on the wonderful Master when ing bouquets to Lambright and say- aturttay Monday
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ing they would like to vote for him,
steamboat 2,800 men, women and chil- all the struggling nations of y
Daily 1 Year ........................ JS.OO Europeare but they also remark that Mr. Lam-
Daily. 6 Months ...................... Z60 dren. The capacity of the boat was invoking His divine aid for mate-
Daily, S Months .....,................ 1.25 not sufficient to accommodate that rial and physical advantages? bright would probably prefer his pres-
Dan 1 Month ....................... .M ent position. Any one who really
many passengers. And yet the ship One reads in recent dispatches that sup- ..
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 poses that a red blooded American in
owners considered only the almighty Russia, with her millions upon mil-
\LL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN dollar and not the safety of the pas- lions of people, from the peasant to the prime of manhood would ratherbe

ADVANCETO sengers. When the boat listed the the nobility, is praying for victory; a sub-editor of the Tampa Tribune '
ADVERTISERS: 2,800 passengers rushed to the star- that the King of England and the mil-, than be able to frank his correspondence \WEEK END \WEARABLE
Copy for display and all other hand-let and write M. C. after his signa-
board side and the additional weight lions of British subjects will unite on
the bonnes
advertising mart be handed at ture must have peculiar idea of human
office. of the.Sentinel not later than 2 p. III; caused the boat to turn turtle. August 4 in invoking the help of a -
tie day before puVlication. This rule applies The federal authorities will makean Providence for the second of the nature.
to changes for contract advertising it Is year
=lavansble and will be strictly adhered to. investigation and it is hoped thatit war; and in France, Belgium, Aus- -0- FOR THE WEll DRESSED MAN

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d con- I will be rigid, sufficiently so to safe- tria, Italy, Germany and the other Chicago has begun the erection ofa
inaed should notify the office in writing on I guard the lives of all future pleasure warring nations, and in all the neutral mammoth Y. M. C. A. hotel which
continued the date of at expiration tM regular otherwise subscription it will rates be seekers who intrust themselves to dol countries prayers are being offered will cost a million and a half of dollars -
ontirnotice to stop is received. and when completed will furnish
Telephone Nnmb-r ...................... 24 lar-grabbing ship owners for a few for success over a brother man or a Those necessities
hours pleasure.In neighboring country.In I clean and comfortable beds to young over-Sunday that are so importantto

SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1913.: a little more than a decade Chi- the mysterious nature of things men at a cost of 25 to 40 cents per your full enjoyment of your day of rest- '

cago has had two tragedies, and both when physical prowess appears to night. A splendid enterprise that is Palm Beach Suits, White Sox, White Shoes, Summer- '

ELECT AX UNFETTEREDMAN befell pleasure seekers. The Iroquoisfire have spent itself the instinct of mere sure to succeed. weight Neglige Shirts in all color combinations of silks .

FOR U. S. SENATOR. was the first. Nearly one thou- man is to reach out towards some- -oIf and madras, some with the new sport collars.

Hon. Perry G. Wall, of Tampa, is sand victims were trapped in that thing superior-to the spiritual, to we lived in Jacksonville we
that man. Public service demands holocaust because the exits of the ill the great Ruler. Intangible and baf- should certainly buy milk of that firm

courage and independence. The high- fated theatre were closed and the fling is the power of God-His mani- that seals the bottles in a sanitary

est public service demands a man not theatre owners had made no provis- festations are strangely made. We machine that covers the whole top of Extra Special

limited by partisan machines or private ions for the safety of the patrons. are not on earth to understand. !'the bottle rather than buy of the men'who

interests. It demands a man The result of the Iroquois theatre fire I What Europe's fate will be no man seal it with their hands by push- $2.50 Silk Pongee Shirts,

who is free to act for the right in was to revolutionize the playhousesin I knows. That that distorted conti- ing a piece of pasteboard into the top.

every contingency, without having Chicago-fire escapes, fire fighting nent's destiny is sealed, regardless of -{)- Saturday and Monday each $1.69
first to consider his official acts in apparatus, asbestos or steel curtains, the warring powers' supplications and A Thought for Sabbath Morning

the light of how they will affect his and adequate exits were installed in prayers, is our firm belief. On which "Holiness is an acquirement, it is

political friends or private friends, all theatres in Chicago. The les- side the Supreme Hand will fall and not an endowment. God can not hand Ladies' HosieryOne

who may have contributed to his cam- sons of the Iroquois fire have been what the ultimate result will be is in down holiness to you any more than

paign fund, thereby putting him under extended throughout the country un- His keeping, only the months and He can hand down mathematics to lot Lot Fine Silk Lisle Hose, double heel and toe, in
G. til now every theatre has provisionsfor years can reveal it.
lasting obligations. Perry Exercise thyself unto Godli-
the latest shades black white blue sand red etc.
pink, ,
Wall is that man, because he stands the safety of the public. o ness."
free of obligation.We From the sinking of the Eastland From the newspaper reports of his -{)- worth double the price,

believe that the office of United yesterday we trust the country will be visit, it is evident that Perry Wall,
Next Wednesday, July 28th, is to
States senator can be as ably filled benefited by future precautions and candidate for the United States sen- be known as "Florida Day" at the Saturday and Monday 38c pair or

by the careful and conservative busi- provisions on all boats for the pleasure ate, made a to-be-expected hit with
San Francisco
exposition. Wonder if 2 for 75
ness man as by a lawyer-and we see loving or traveling aublic. the people of the East Coast.-Tampa the various "Inside Inns" will serve pair cChildren's

no reason why a man who has been o Times. Florida grapefruit and oranges to

identified with all that has served to TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY o-- their patrons on that day? Sox
build up a big city as well as to help FOR SALEI -{)-
bring the entire stare into prominencecan FOR SALE Hup roadster, '1-1 model
good mechanical- condition have for sale one full blooded Not all of us care to "plant hens," Fancy top Lisle thread Sox, the regular 25c. seller, sizes, "
not do as much for the state'sprogress ; $400
Jersey cow, just come fresh with her
cash but all of us can plant a nice
; leaving city.: Address Box 733. rose 4to7 .
when he is in the congres- third calf; also one heifer, with her .
7-25-3t bush or pretty tree or shrub in Eola
first calf, three-fourths Jersey and
sional halls The
as can a lawyer.
one-fourth Holstein. My residence is park and thus do something for which Saturday 8c or 2 for 15oLadies'
Sentinel feels assured that the people pr pr
WANTED-To rent or buy, a good near Clarcona, Fla., and my postoffice the coming generations will rise up
will consider him the logical candidate address is Fla. Box
reliable family horse. P. O. Box Apopka. 95. G. and call us blessed.
-the business candidateandwill 754. 7-25-3t W. Riner, Apopka, Fla.
7-25-d&wtf* -{)-
tender him their support when
Vests and Union
The Tampa Tribune "Warsawsaw
the proper time shall arrive. FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn says
CARD OF THANKS war." We wish to add that War-
His whole life has been noteworthyfor swings, and all kinds of carp.nterwork
go to Tracy & :Moore. 18 East saw saw war was raw. SuitsAt
his insistence on the right. Nothing Church street. 7-25.1moc We wish to thank our dear friends
better can be said of any man and neighbors for their kindness and extremely low prices. THE DICKSON-
sympathy shown us in our trouble Order today for your Sunday din-
than that he enjoys the esteem, the WANTED Salesman and collector 'i during the illness and death of our ner, FIRST PICKLER, or genuine IVES CO.'S policy"lowest in the city"-
confidence and the respect of his for Orange county. Apply No. 43 .' beloved father and husband. MAPLE mousse, 50c. per quart in
in the following -
friends. Perry Wall enjoys these East Pine street, Orlando, Fla. i :MRS. M. J. FORD bulk, 60c. per brick. Hand's Ice prices have striking examples
things because a blameless life of 7-25-6tc and children. Cream Co. 7-23-3tc underwear specials:

more than forty-six years, spent in Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, Keyser ..
the community where he was born . . IIMif . . . . . .. . . . . tMIIIMMIIMIIMTHE
Brand, $1.50 value ,
and has spent all his days, merits
Saturday and Monday for $1.39
them. The qualities of heart and

mind that make a man a true citizenare Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, $1.25 value,

his. The breadth of view, the ma- DEMAND DECREASES[ PRICE Saturday and Monday for 96c

turity of judgment, the capacity instantly value
Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, $1.00 ,
to detect the sham and the
Saturday and Monday for 89c
dishonesty, and to battle for the right

have made him a tower of strengthin Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, 75c. value

his neighborhood. Nobody knows Saturday and Monday for 59c .
The of article makes the The
Perry G. Wall but to admire and to output any price.
Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits, 65c. value,

trust Mr.him.Wall is pre-eminently fitted for larger the output the smaller margin of profit the Saturday and Monday for 49c '

this high place, and should he be nom- manufacturer afford to take. Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, 50c. value
inated for United States senator, I Saturday and Monday for 39c 4

will which be we a tower believe of he strength will, his for name his I I Our output has increased to the place where we Ladies' Fine Lisle Unionsuits, 35c. value,

native state, Florida. I can afford to cut the price. You receive the benefit Saturday and Monday for 25c

o Ladies' Gauze Vests, lOc. value

ENEMY.BACK AT THE and as the demand for our Ice Cream grows so will Saturday and Monday 2 for 15c

Richard Harding Davis said at a the price decrease.It Ladies' Gauze Vests, 15c. value,
tea at Sherry's in New York, accord- Saturday and Monday 2 for 25c

ing to the Sun: Melts Your Mouth. A Cream that delights Ladies' Gauze Vests, 25c. value,
"The Germans, every time they in Saturday and Monday each 19c
take a drink, lift their glasses solemnly -
and say 'God punish England!' the palate and lingers Ladies' Gauze Vests, 35c. value,
Saturday and Monday, three for 85c t
They 'God when
say punish England'
they meet and when they separate. in the memory SPECIAL PURCHASE
Bills inscribed 'God punish England' 25 Pieces, White Satin Finish Table Dam-

are posted up in public places, and
ask, worth double the price, for
people all over Germany wear buttons VANILLA PEACH PISTACHIO LEMON Saturday and Monday, yard 49c
and brooches with 'God punish England' -
written on them. -
"That's one side of the picture, the STRAWBERRY CHERRY :MAPLE COFFEE

German side. Here's the other side, BANANA TUTIFRUTI RASPBERRY ORANGE Grocery Department I
English side:

"I journeyed recently through a We are especially proud of this depart

quaint English village. There was a IN EFFECT TO-DAY---WEDNESDAY, JULY 21st ment, and call your attention to the fact- -.
bust of Bismarck on the village green. We purchase our goods from the best pure

dener Beneath had the written bust an old village gar- Packed and Delivered any Place in the CityBULK food canneries in the United States, and I

: sell them at the very lowest prices for dependable .
"'God forgive Germany!" merchandise.

this morning's Sentinel
article under the heading, "Is appearsan Tre- 1 qt. $ .40 $ .50 $ .60 $ .40

mendous Naval Battle Near for Britain

Invasion?" written from neutral : 2 qt. .75 .90 1.05 .75
Switzerland to American :
newspapers Dickson-Ives Co
by John L. Balderston. The article .
3 1.10 1.30 1.59 1.00
purports to tell of the British and : qt.

German fleets; the next move on the :
high seas, and the feasibility of an : 4 qt. 1.40 1.65 1.90 1.20 "

Invasion of the British Isles by GerI I

many. The article throws light upon ARTMfNT STORf.

worth hidden reading.The phases.of the war and is well At the factory unpacked 30c qt. bulkHand's ....DfP ...

Lg JMr j j
t workingman who hands his The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

wages to his wife every Saturday and of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer- \
Ice Cream
receives ten cents and a kiss in return
has more real enjoyment than the chandise, at right pricesT

man Saturday who night spends and his hands whole his pay abused on Phone 566 H. E. HAND, Prop. Phone 666filllltiaMliMMMIIIIIIIilMMMIMiamMllliMliMHilllimi

and starved wife an empty pay envel- ,

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( ) n nttrty ADDITIONAL H. C. Morrison LOCALSDr. one of Leesburg's GRANDTOMORROW IF "Get It At Allen's"OA -Jl1iI II

leading and successful professional -

i citzens, was numbered among
the welcome visitors to Orlando yesterday -

SOCIAL CALENDAR member with you! While here he called on the
The Greatest "Fun Day" in the
Cook Automobile and con-
Monday: July 26.
Civic League will meet in Sorosis SOCIETY NOTES tracted for the first Buick roadster of History of Orlando

rooms, 4 p. m. j OF INTEREST the 1916 model that the company re-
Met rg Woman's Prohibition Leagueof I I The Presbyterian ladies will hold ceives. CHARLES CHAPLINin

'America.t 'their regular sit 'round in the church
Mrs. O. S. Robinson!; will entertain at II
bridge on the Roof Garden. parlors on Tuesday, July 27th. The Mr. T. DeCottes, who will be pleas- "BY THE SEA" 1h / >

Tuesday, July 27. entertainment committee is composedof antly remembered by many in Orlando -

,,. Sit lors.Around at the Presbyterian par- ': Mrs.V.. S. Branch, chairman, assisted as a former manager of the Grand One of the funniest of the Chaplin -
Mrs. H. :M.: Self and Mrs.
The Methodist Sewing Circle will by theatre, is now running as Pullman comedies.In .
meet with Mrs. Joe Davis. j Roney. All the ladies of the church conductor between Jacksonville and
connection With this
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater hostess to.and congregation are invited to be Tampa on the Coast Line, and always picturethe O
the Junior Matrons. I management has offered 3 ALWAYS ON TIMED 0
present and assist in making the
has smile and
a pleasant warm
Miss A-B-C.Mary McCullough hostess to the event a pleasant one. hand shake for many of his friends as prizes for the best impersonation can be he who carries one of our watches. .For they beat the sun in

Wednesday, July 28. --o-- he passes through the city. II of Chaplin. Contest open f accuracy. See our new thin model watches if you would have a

Twentieth Century Club will meet I Rev. G. E. Guild, of Atlanta, will to everyone. Don't be afraid, I} D time piece that takes up hardly any room. They are especially
with Miss Starbuck.
Hope preach at the Presbyterian; church I adapted for evening dress; though many men find them equally
Mrs. Phil Slemons hostess to the Mr. W. J. Slough, one of the new take a chance-there's going to
Younger Matrons. this morning and this evening. Mr.j for everyday wear. See them any way.ALLEN .
Bachelor Girls. Guild is a man of pleas- comers at Pine Castle, was among the be all sorts of fun it it. I
j very
visitors to Orlando yesterday, and
ing personality and comes to Orlando 16: & CO. JEWELERS.JLI .
while here found time to call at this ,
I I j with the highest of recommendations
office and enroll his name as a sub- d1
LEAGUE OF AMERICA. j:both as a student and preacher. He TOM MOORE IN 0y .
The Woman's Prohibition scriber to the old reliable South Flor- 1 ,
!;will occupy the manse and fill the ida Sentinel, in order to keep in touch "HER SUPREME SACRIFICE" -u __ .
of America will hold its monthly pub- Presbyterian pulpit until Dr. Stagg
lic meeting Monday night, July 26. j' with the happenings in Orange count I A Kalem Special Feature in two I
returns from his vacation. -- -- -- Remember, two coats of Pattcn'sf
The meeting will be held, as usual, in I j Mr. Slough, with Mrs. Slough .acts. Velumina gives results equal to threeor
I and two daughters, Misses Bertha four coats of
ordinary flat wall
the Pentecostal church, which is lo- }
I and moved the paints. Remember, it needs size
At The ChurchesCHRISTIAN Vera, recently to Pine no
cated on America and Hughey streets. \ or surfacer, flows
-- shows
Castle section from Reading, Mich., HEARST SELIG NEWS No.
The programs are largely carried out __ laps or brush marks, gives a rich
and are very much pleased with the I uniform tone, and dries with film
by the young people. Dr. Olive In- A MISSIONARY: Portraying all the Important y h a ,
washable and
conditions and durable.
people, country thingsin
gersol is the president of the pioneer ALLIANCE
events of the day.SOME I Agents for high-grade varnishes,
league at the Florida Sanitarium, at Sunday, July 25. Services as usual. general.Mrs. 1ARIlSR paints and wallpaper.
Formosa Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.; preach- I
and also of our league. Be-
cause of this it is impossible for her ing meeting at 3:30 at 7:30 p. m.p.; mid-week m. on Thursday.prayer W. R. O'Neal, who has been BILL

to help us much with our programs. Come and bring the children, espe- stopping for some time in Coopers- ia Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

But we are fortunate to have Mrs.C. cially to the Sunday school. town, New York, writes the Sentinel

Mitchell, our vice-president, withus FIRST BAPTIST- -- CHURCHRev. requesting that the paper be sent to I 5 cents. 10 cents / \ 205 S. Orange Avenue

who is very efficient for this work. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., Shelving Rocks, Lake Gorge, New "' Phone 261

There are only two leagues of this pastor. Mr. Geo. W. Phillips, directorof York. Like many other Orlando va COLEMAN & RHAN

kind started in Florida. The meetingwill the choir. Mr. William S. Branch, cationists, Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal wishto "A MAN OF PARTS"A
Jr., .
be held at 7:30 o'clock Monday keep up with the happenings in the
school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr. C.M. home town and realize that the best Vitagraph Comedy featuring .. . .. . ,. .. . . . . .
26. The
night, July public is cordially Tichenor, acting superintendent.Public Wallie Van and Hughie Mack."
worship si 11 and 7:30p. to do this is to have the Sentinel
invited and welcomed. The fol- a. m. way I
Five in
Reels all.
m., with the pastor in charge. follow them in their travels. Mrs. Ii
lowing will be rendered
program : Special music by the male quartet, i The New Ice
Opening song, "We'll Work Till Jesus composed of Messrs. Curry, Symonds, O'Neal states that the weather has Company ij
Comes;" Scripture reading and Phillips and Strong. been very cool. While in Coopers-

prayer, Mrs. E. Hubble; song" "We're The B. Y. P. U. section of the Tri- town they have been the gusts of the I PHONE 675
Dwelling in Beulah Land; secreta- angle Society will furnish the program -
ry's report, Miss Branson spencers, at Otsey Hall. The Spen-
; song, for the meeting at 6:30 p. m.,
"Happy Greeting to All,"-chorus; recitation in the lecture room of the Methodist cers are winter residents of Orlando,
"When I'm a Man," Bertis In- church; Mr. Eugene Reid leader. having a dlightful home here. Delivery DailyWait
gersol; recitation, "You Can't ComeIn The public is cordially invited to at-
Sir," Miss II. Green. A scenic tend all services.
play, "A Drunkard Reclaimed," 3 Vesper services at 4:30. The ves- Subscribe for the Morning Sentinel, r
scenes: 1st scene, a group of schoolgirls per service postponed last Sunday on for our wagon. We think
; talk on temperance, Dr. 0. In- account of the heavy rain will take
gersol; recitation, "A Simple Sign," Order today for your Sunday din-
place at 4:30 in the afternoon. Everybody will like our ioe.
:Miss V. Green; 2nd scene the drunk- most heartily invited. ner, FIRST PICKLER, or genuine you
ard's home; characters: the Drunk- -0-- MAPLE mousse, 50c. per quart in
ard (:Mr. Wells), Mr. A. V. Cook; the ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL bulk, 60c. per brick. Hand's Ice ROOf GARDEN( -
Drunkard's Wife (Mrs. Wells), MissC. Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen, dean. Cream Co. 7-23-3tc
Branson; the Drunkard's DaughterIda July 25th, Feast of St. James, the
( ), Miss II. Gould; the Drunkard'sSon Apostle. 50c-SUNDAY DINNER-50c! ; The New Ice Company ij ijliMMIIIiMllliMIIMIiMMIIIMMIIMMMgMillMIt
(Charley), Don Branson; recita- 7:30 a. m., celebration of the Holy at theEMPIRE
tion, Mae Boice; songs, Mr. C. 1Iitchi i Communion. TOMORROW
ell; dialogue, "Be True" Ruth Green' 9:45 a. m., Sunday school, catechismand : HOTEL
and Don Branson; reading, Miss Ma- instruction.
bel Branson; 3rd scene: the drinking 11 a. m., late celebration of the Chicken Soup .
saloon; characters, the Bartender (Mr. Holy Communion and sermon. Fruit Salad Baked Sea Trout --- -- -

Slater), Buren Carroll; the Bartend- 7:30 p. m., evening prayer. Friend Spring Chicken ilMMIIMtttMIMttMttlHMHilHIMItlltMtllMM
er's Wife Mrs. Slater), Miss 1\1'1 Guava Jelly
Gould; the Bartender's Daughter I. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL (Colored) Roast Prime Ribs of Beef au jus "THE MARBLE HEART"A
(Nettie), Miss M. Branson; Mr. Big. Corner Pine and Terry streets. New Potatoes in Cream
Bug (a man at the bar), Mr. Karl Rev.T.Irvine Georges, B.A.,priest. Macaroni au Gratin
Ford; First Lounger, Paul Branson Corn Pudding Green Peas 4 act feature. King Baggot.
; Sunday, July 25th. Eighth Sunday Steamed Rice Home J : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL j
Second Lounger, Bertis Ingersol; after Trinity. High mass and sermonat Made Bread
Third Lounger, Teddie Rhan; read- 10:30 a. m. Sunday school, Bible Stuffed Bell Peppers
ing on temperance Miss G. Bozarth; class and children's vespers at 3 p.m. Vanilla Ice Cream
recitation, Mrs. Hubble; song, "Touch Choral evensong and sermon at 7:30p. Chocolate Sauce Sponge Cake
Not, Taste Not, Handle Not," chorus; m. Egg Custard Pie
pledge cards and collection; temperance Tuesday, July 27th. Meeting of Tea Coffee Iced Tea
current events, Mrs. C. Mitchell
Altar Guild
; at 5 p. m.
song, "Farewell," chorus; benediction, Friday, July 30th. Choir rehearsalat Dress Pattern to be giveaway n
Mr. A. V. Cook. 7:30
p. m. at nine o'clock.
-0- A cordial
invitation is extended to FavoriteMONDAY'S
VESPER SERVICES AT the services. CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance

vesper services at the Baptist Father Joseph, O. S. B. PROGRAM
church which were postponed last Mass and Domino. "The Fakir." A drama,
sermon at 9 a. m. Bene-
Sunday on account of inclement diction after in two parts. The One-Price Theater : : Loans Real Estate
mass.0 Princess. "The Schemers.
weather, will be given this afternoonat FIRST METHODIST- CHURCH Thanhouser. "The Girl Across the The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN ,

4:30, the program remaining the Corner Main and Jackson streets. Hall." Comedydrama.Four I Rentals

same as published in last Sunday's John B. Ley, pastor. good reels of Mutual movies.

issue, and consisting of both organ Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Fine or- Five cents to all.

and vocal numbers. The program has chestra. Spirited singing. Organized
classes. Efficient instructors. New
been carefully chosen to please all desired.
10 cents 5 cents
music lovers, and will last only 45 Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. The Cathedral School

minutes. Regardless of weather con- m., by the pastor. Morning subject,
"Simon in Satan's Sexton-or the
ditions, the vesper service will bet "
Devil at Work. At night, "Partner- ,
held+ this afternoon. ships." Some good music. Old time Orlando's Select Boarding and Day ESTABLISHED 1886 "'
congregational singing. Public cor- School for Girls

BACHELOR GIRLS MET dially invited. Strangers will meeta 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
pleasant welcome.
WITH MISS PERSON.The The Triangle Society meets with us Primary, Intermediate and Academic

Bachelor Girls Club was de- this evening. Mr. Eugene Reid, of Grades

lightfully entertained Friday after- the B. Y. P. U. will be in charge of Also Music, Art, Elocution Physical illimililillllinillHMIMIIIItlIt
the Meeting called at 6:30.
noon by Miss Jean Person. The guest program. Culture and Domestic Science.
Tuesday, 3:30 p. m. Sewing Circle
prize, a pretty embroidered collar, will be entertained by Mrs. Cornell For Catalogues address the Rector,

was awarded to Miss Sara Slemons. and Mrs. Joe Davis on Lakeview ave Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M.,

The club prize went to Mrs. Hewitt. nue.Mic Orlando, Fla. I{
ek prayer meeting Wednes- I
Light refreshments were served by the day, 7bvp.. m. This is a popular and Melts in Your Mouth
hostess aft .:- the game. helpful meeting, and all who attendare I

-or profited.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Ser
. Monday afternoon at1 o'clock, at vices at 11 a. m.; subject, "Truth." DAILY BULLETIN
the Sorosis rooms. All members and I Wednesday evening service at 7:45.
Third floor, corner South Orange
those who are interested are urged to I' -
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at t} IS TREMENDOUS NAVAL BATTLE "The great strategic value of Lough I FLORIDA CATTLE TO HE FEED THEM To To Close
Easy Open Easy
;NEAR FOR BRITAIN INVASION Swilly is this: That part of the grand The Orlando Sentinel THE WAR? I ,

I fleet stationed there, if promptly ap- were thirty car loads of cattle
(Continued from page 2.) i prised by wireless of the flight of the from Kissimmee the early .-A visit to Hagenbeck's Dust Proof, Moderate In PriceOur

high seas fleet from Heligoland to the week to the St. Louis animal park here discloses

the mouth that the great ships ride south, could speed down through the course, from a Western the number of animals
at anchor, where the depth is 10 fath- the southern I is since the war began.
Irish sea and around that not a great many
oms and the width, from the Bay of i point of England and intercept the I ship, but from the Florida of the prevailing difficulty 1ITA.1! 7.W 7.a 7.w I.

Nigg on the north to the shore of Germans before they got out of the I it is a goodly shipment. grain, such as wheat, -Q-) ..
Cromarty bay on the'south, is five close and for feeding .- 0 .
English channel. It would be serves to show what might barley pur- -
miles. I'!work, but a calculation of the dis- all over this state. It is the winter, some incon-

The protection against submarines I''tances shows it could be done. And are large prairie sections experienced in the be-

is absolute. The entrance to the firth then, the same dreadnoughts, should i way for the cattle to range but Ifagenbeck solved the o

is slightly less than a mile wide. At the Germans make their break toward I there is no trouble about a simple manner. 0m

either side stand two giant rocks, the I the north, could round Cape Wrath on I where if the stock is water birds and f n i

northern 400 feet high and the south- I the tip of Scotland and arrive in timeto for. principally were fed
I .....
em 463 feet, called the "Sutors, join their comrades for a battle off It is stated on good formerly, receive a sub- o { _-tj.
which in native dialect is derived 1 boiled '
the potatoes
Orkneys. -
there are from 6,000 to ;
from their fancied resemblance to I What are the English submarines coming into the St. Louis and ground bones. Os-
shoemakers bending over their lasts. I fed with
doing? I ery week from South chopped hay
Across this entrance, between the I They are watchfully waiting, off If cattle can be shipped wetted bran, acorns, cut
rocks, is hung a great boom I fish fodder which has
two Heligoland, and in the Skagerak. ports to St. Louis and 516S10t:7' a
which reaches to the bottom, a part I They will go on waiting, until the cessfully with the home be of nourishing quality, as

of which is swung aside whenever a j Germans come out. !duct, certainly the farmers by the uninterrupted breed- Eola Box Fileis
British ship enters or leaves. Ger- then did not the Germans
I Why, ida are in position to find a
man "unter see boats" are positivelynot i make their break long ago? The reason :ket for all the stock they stags, rhinoceros, and gi
admitted. As many as 63 shipsof I is military, not naval. It is going forgotten the looks of oats the most desirable addition to your office outfit. Telephone -
It is also said that
war have gathered in this firth at to take many corps of first line >, thousand dozen are shipped eggs because the substitute of and we will bring one around and show you.

one time. troops, the Germans admit, to con- acorns, chestnuts and pota-
Surprise Nearly ImpossibleA quer England. Until Russia has been : Francisco annually from a small ration of bran has \V. S. BRANCH,
spite all the which the
glance at the map will j put out of it for a long time to come, favor.
head ous Petaluma hen can lay THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
fleet based on Cromarty can and other
I(these troops can not be spared without tigers, leopards
still demand for and
off a German fleet seeking to escape i putting the German frontiers in more of the cat family receive as I]
mand is met from far across
from the Baltic through the Sakag- peril. The present situation on the daily ration of horse meat
erak, or through the North sea from I eastern front indicates that Germany some 8,000 miles being head. !I
the Now, it is not PER
the Heligoland region. Only efficient |may soon be able to slacken her ef- way. and brown bears were 35 DiscountFor
; San Francisco from
scouting is required to make surpriseimpossible i forts against the exhausted Musco- Ito with bread. In 1913, CENT
by the of the canal as
scout I way
the English
and !i vites. 155,000 pounds were re
i 1 China. Why not the farmers
ships are always on duty, day and I If this is true, the Day may be Today fish has been substi
ida get busy and supply
winter and summer, patrolingthe
night, close at hand.BANDITS .
North sea. Warned by wireless, I i I special demand for eggs? I the benefit of our customers -
by fleeing light cruisers and destroyers ville! Sun. : CHANGE OF LOCATION -
WILL GET TilE $6,000 I
that the German big fellows are 'I' RANSOM DEMANDED FOR I we will give a 25

out and coming north, the grand fleet Montreat, among the lig to the rebuilding which is
will be drawn up for battle in the EMPEY of North Carolina, is unique. on in the Guernsey Block per cent cash discount on
family has high class compelled to close up the
lane of the German flight long before for a few desirable Barber Shop, but the
Idaho Falls, Idaho.-The last chapter all sold the
goods during
the Teutons, probably harassed by Large, comfortable new be found at J. B. Harris'
in the boldest piece of outlawry water in each Church street to
ning room ready serve
Beatty's fleet battle cruisers, can get ;
clear along the western coast of Nor- I enacted in this state for a long time porches; unexcelled home you for favors, month of July and August.
probably will be written at midnight Particulars, address Yours truly,
way, their most probable route to the 27, Montreal, N. C. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD
I Saturday in the lonely fastnesses of
open sea.There 'Long Canyon on the IdahoWyomingborder.

is another large base among At that hour $6,000 in gold II
the Orkneys, a group of 67 islands I Hammond & Gore
coin will be deposited on a designated SCHOOLS I
north of Scotland, where the older I' :-: :-:
rock for the release of Ernest A. Em-
battleships and scout cruisers repair.It !
is evident that if the entire grand pey, a rancher, who was waylaid last I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
Saturday night by a bandit, kidnapped I
fleet were based on Cromarty and the and held for ransom. j Orange Ave. and Church SI. Orlando, Fla.
Orkneys, the German high seas fleet
E. S. Empey, father of the kid ;
by fleeing to the south could get
napped man, completed arrangements I!
through the English channel and into ; Is conducted on The school and
today for the payment of the
the open sea such units of i ife- 8-escaped -- money. a system of prac'Ii; W home buildings areticalidealsthatmake
submarines and mines before son notified his father by note j i f j) modern throughout '

Jellicoe's ships could reach the chan that unless the money was forthcoming I J I for thorough men- \\ II and splendidly SKATING RINKSEE
his son will be killed. A lone -
tal, moral and phy.
nel from the north. equipped in every
driver will take the coin to the -
appointed sical development.
Hence it has been found necessaryto respect.
fleet divided. Three place in an open wagon.
keep the grand THE MARVELOUS
Irish harbors, with narrow entrances, The beautiful campus is located about 1200 feet

which also are closed by booms and FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE | above sea level in the ideal climate of the Blue

which are as safe from submarine at- One of the best trucking and fruit Ride Plateau. Only 8 miles from Atlanta, the MR. BILLETERwalking

tack as the Firth of Cromarty, have farms in Prosper Colony, consisting Southern center of education and culture.
been made auxiliary bases. A large of 25 acres; 9 acres in cultivation; all

number of dreadnoughts and other under for fence.cash, Will if sold be in sold 30 at days.a sacrifice A- Careful, individual attention is given each student, and and skating on the

ships are kept in Lough Swilly, an I good crop will go with the place. A each instructor has twelve students under his direct
ideal harbor on the almost uninhab- !I good six room house and good out- supervision for safe-guarding and night study. Slack Wire
I buildings. In sight of depot, church
ited north coast. A railway, strangely ,and school. The place will bear in- Thorough courses are offered for Classical
enough, is available here, too, to spection. For particulars, address Engineering and Commercial study.The Nights of July 26-27-28
supply the ships. i Box 57, Taft, Fla. 7-24-12t*
efficient Military Department is in charge of a U. S. Army officer -
and has the distinction of being one of the few schools "Es
pecially commended for progress" by the U. S. War Department.For ADMISSIONI 10 CENTS

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PART IN G. A. R. EN ments of the Woman's Relief Corps, WILL START SOON FOR ANNUAL MEETING
CAMPMENTBy which will, next to the G. A. R., be ST. JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONS
the important factor at the coming Clearwater, Fla.-This morning E. Jacksonville, Fla., July 22.-Law-
Isabel Worrell Ball Past National national encampment.The W. Praker, who, together with his as- yers from all parts of the state are j
Senior Vice-President W. R. C. Ladies of the G. A. R. work sociates were granted a franchise em- arriving in Jacksonville today for the I Sanford
Washington, D. CL Women will along the same lines as the W. R. C., powering them to use the streets of I annual' meeting- the Florida Bar i to JacksonvilleAND
take a prominent part in the 49th an- to some extent. Their membership is Clearwater in operating a trolley line, Association, which opens tomorrow at
nual encampment of the Grand Armyof about 50,000, the eligibility clause depending arrived here from Tampa. The fran- Atlantic Beach. The committee on RETURN
the Republic, which will be held in upon lineal descent from vet- chise includes the right to the use of arrangements has just completed and
Washington September 27 to October erans of the civil war. It is estimatedat Eldridge street for the purpose of announced the program, which will be
f 2. AFour all national encampments that the building a bridge across the bay to carried out during the two days' session $7.00 "
organizations of women allied attendance of the members of these the island. at the beach.
with the Grand Army of the Republicwill organizations of women bring to the Accompanying Mr. Parker to Clear- Among the principal speakers will
in the encampment. encampment as many women as men. water were Col. Knight and Civil En- be Hon. Peter W. Meldrin, of Savan-
Jhese are the Woman's Relief Corps, gineer McMullen, who are here to nah, president of the American Bar Including meals and berth
WABASII SOLD UNDER HAMMERSt. make a preliminary for the Association, who will deliver
survey the
the Auxiliary to the Sons of Veterans, an-
the Ladies of the G. A. R., and the Louis, Mo.-The property and erection of the bridge.It nual address, and Hon. W. H. Ellis, ,Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days
Daughters of Veterans. Many thou rights of the Wabash Railroad com- is proposed to have the work be- associate justice of the supreme
sands of members of the four organi- pany, a $33,000,000 corporation, were gin at once in order to have it com- court. LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER
zations will be in Washington during sold under the hammer for $18,000000 ,- pleted as soon as possible. The convention will open tomorrow
to a reorganization committeehere i morning at 11 dock '' "
the encampment and the grand review continue OSOEOL.A.:
this afternoon to satisfy a $41- through
which is to reproduce, as far as Saturday.
000,000 mortgage of which the Equitable ITALY PREPARING TO FURNISH

4 possible in Washington, the review by President of Union Johnson troops Security company of New Yorkis AMMUNITIONRome. BRYAN TALKS TO MOOSESan Leaves Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 11:30: A.M.

and General Grant fifty years ago at trustee. Diego, Cal.-The selection of A combination and
I' the close of the civil war. The road was bought by Robert .-The national munitions Pittsburgh for the 1917 convention of daylight searchlight trip
Of the organizations of women con- Goelet, who bid for the joint reorgan- committee, at its first meeting today the Loyal Order of Moose and an ad- of 400 miles through the heart of Florida
nected with the Grand Army the larg- ization committee. Plans for reor- adopted plans to insure a continuous dress by William J. Bryan were the
ganization having in view a termina- munitions supply in the event of a features at the Moose convention here
is the Wo
est and most important
man's Relief Corps. i tion of the receivership will be workedout. long war and to organize Italian industry today. The 1916 convention will be Clyde St. Johns River Line
to that end.It's held at Moose
The Woman's Relief Corps is aux Heart, Ill.

iliary to the Grand Army of the Re- .
public, and its only auxiliary. The
Ladies of the G. A. R. and the Daugh-
ters of Veterans are independent bod-

ies, auxiliary to no organization.The AHappy ... .
Woman's Relief Corps is the c '; :-:' r
largest organization of women in the 'rY; r" :- : ,

world under one eligibility clause, and HappyMan <-,', ,.4" \
one motto. It now numbers 167,000, } r!y:>; 6 1

with states department, divided among organizations 2,601 corps in, 41 as ;lt : \:\: I : tj

the Besides local these organizations there are 37 are detached known. il'T a Who trades at : :

corps, which thrive in 10 Southern
and two Western States where there Forage Grocery Co. <

are no department organizations.The .
Woman's Relief Corps is the 73r,, And saves money 1 .
greatest philanthropic, charitable, and Sf 4.
patriotic organization of women in Wholesale and Retail .. :-. :
the worjd. ....'. tt >.
It was organized at Denver, CoL, '::i; 1:1
in 1883, in response to the call of the :;; : ..J
r veterans for the organization of women SpecialsSaturday
that would be auxiliary to them ; : The ONLY GRAND PRIZEin "I
and which would meet with them at and Monday .
national encampments, and assist in the motor vehicle section of the J
the tremendous work which was be- f .1
coming Lirdensome to the Grand Panama-PaciFic International Exposition !J

Army, that vf: helping to care for the 16 pounds Sugar --____________________________$1.00 and the FIRST MEDAL of i
aged veterans od their dependent Lemons, per dozen _Jl___________________________15c I
widows and children Pensions were 24 pounds Pillsbury's Flour _____________________$1.10 HONOR were both awarded to the .
very small at that time, 'nd the hard- Other Flour, 24 pound sacks, 80c., 90c., and _______$1.00 !
ships of war were beginnu*" to tell Fox River, Blue Valley and Gold Seal Butter, _______37c I i
on the veterans who suffered from I Oleomargerine, Purity Brand, 2 pounds for ________45c t
wounds. and other disabilities incurs .* I Kingan's Sliced Bacon, per pound _________________32c
the service of the country. At the Other Breakfast Bacon ---_________________20c. to 25c 1
", campment in Denver the Woman's Smoked Bacon, per pound__ __ ____12V c., 18c.f and 20c
i lief Corps, comprised of "loyal won Best Raw Boneless Ham _________________________22c
\j who never gave aid or comfort Best Ham ------------___________________18c and 19c :
to' le enemies of the Union," was organ White Bacon per pound, 10c., Side Bacon _________12i/ SR "
ied and accepted by the Grand New Irish Potatoes, peck 25c., half bu. 45., bu.______85c This supreme award was based

Arm,\which had called it into ex- New Irish Potatoes, per barrel, 10 pecks,__________$1.90 H 'z> upon: Quality of material and ,.
istenc, \and gave it the motto of the 7 small cans Van Camp's Cream ______:____________25c and
workmanship skill ingenuity .
veterar body, "Fraternity, Charity, 7 tall cans Van Camp's Cream ____________________50c .v {
and Lojy," with the right to weara 6 dozen, 1 case small Van Camp Cream ___________$2.30 CJs' .: displayed in invention, /
badgeth the medallion center of 4 doz., tall Van Camp Cream ---_________________$3.35 .,.$ construction and application* .: '-(: ":
the G. A. badge. Eagle Brand :Milk, per can ---------______________15c. t 1 F : / :
Since Yganization the Woman's 4 cans 2 pound Tomatoes, 25c., per doz ___________70c .. magnitude of the business represented :
e i Relief Corp. has expended in char- 3 cans, 2 pound Corn 25c., per dozen ______________95c A and of time :
itable and r. \f work for veterans Best Van Camp's Peas, per can 10c., per doz. _____$1.10 length ,;. .>",,.... ..
nearly $4,00O.. It built and White House Coffee, per pound --__________________33c : ; :: engaged m that business :: .. :.. .;
equipped an ay nurses' home in Maxwell House Coffee, per lb. ____________________31c ,' .. '
Ohio, where arn \nurses of the civil Arbuckle's Coffee, per pound, 19c.: Green Coffee,____15c "" It is broad tribute to Packard t ... .
war could be car Vfor. It has been Pure Coffee in bulk, per pound 18c.; 5 pounds ______85c superiority and the qualities of )$ M'
instrumental in fo ,\ ing state homesin 3 cans Campbell's Soup 25e.;dozen cans ___________95c ( :; ;:.4t
all the Northern Vtes where vet- Succotash and Spinach, 2 pound cans, 2 cans ________25c Y. ',"A? '+k permanent success that are back *' 4 :.';':. .
erans and their wivt 'pay' go together All lOc. size Pork and Beans, 3 cans for ____________25c 5 : y of the new"TWINSIX" :;::' KY :) '.
and spend their di ping years i is 50 pound Pail Lard $4.00, large pail No. 10, ________95c :
comfort. It instituted \atriotic --- Pure Georgia Syrup in barrel, per gallon ___________55c }
riculum in its regular Yk, and _. :ure Florida Syrup in gallon cans, each ____________55c J' V':1)
gan the inculcation of pi Vtic teach- Mallo Icing, per can -------------------__________20c
ing in the public schools o. the coun- lOc. size Assorted Extracts, 3 bottles ______________20c oYv'3: 4l
try, a work which has been taken up 3 packages Ice Cream Powder or Jello ----_________25c .
by many other patriotic organizationssince Pound Can Rumford's Powder 23c., half pound can ___13c '' '
t then. There are now more than 3 cans Sodarine -------------------______________13c l t;
3,000 women whose work as "patriotic Welche's Grape Juice, per qt.45c; pint 23c.; y_ pint14clOc.
insti4tiors" in corps and departmentsof size Jelly, Peanut Butter, Pickles, Salad Dressing, The TWELVE-CYLINDER CAR ;JI

the Woman's Relief Corps is com- assorted, 3 for ---------------------__________25c that has set a brand new measure of 1
manding attention. Corn Beef, Roast Beef, Alright Brand, per can ______20c 1 automobilr performance design and ;
Beside the great sums spent in re- Potted Hams and Sardines, 6 cans for -_____________25c ;* .
jief work the organization has given 3 cans Vienna Sausage -----------------_________25c values. J. ii'
the Grand Army of the Republic' 3 cans Cove Brand Oysters ------------___________20c ,
about $45,000 in cash for its perma- Tall Pink Salmon, per can lOc.; per dozen ________$1.10 GREATER RANGE OF ABILITY ON HIGH GEAR [;J
nent fund. It gives the Grand Armyof Pie Peaches, Apples and Pumpkins, 3 lb. cans, each __lOc '. '= MORE MILES PER GALLON OF GASOLINE .: :
the Republic $1000 annually. Dried Prunes Peaches pound _____ I
and per -- ______lie t u A SMOOTHER ACTION AT ALL SPEEDS
g In 1896 tfte Woman's Relief Corps Currants and Raisins, per package ---------________lOc Y :ro fi ''I
B accepted as a gift from the department All Soaps, including Ivory, Fells Naptha and Sweet- xt Faster pick-up Perfect Greater accessibility : I
Unequalled hill-climbing
f of Georgia, G. A. R., the old heart, -----------------------___________6 for 25c Lower up-lteep Reduced weightt speed .; :;..!" I
Andersonville prison stockade grounds, Grits and Meal, 10 lbs for 25c.; 92 lb. sack ________$2.10 : '' Shorter wheelbase Shorter turning radius a -. 'Jr.1 1j I
near Americus, Ga., and expended Flour in half barrel -------_____________$3.75 to $4.00 LOW GRACEFUL LINES '0 :)k kI I
thousands of dollars in turning this Self-Raising Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds -_______$3.90 :.c / ', 1'
into a park. Old Providence Spring Pillsbury's Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds $4.25 a Th* 1-35- Wheelbast 135 inches. Thirteen styles of :
---------- i1il'open
has been canopied with stone, and its Full line of all kinds of Smoked Bacon and Hams, nice Detroit and enclosed. .bodies.. Price. with. any. open. body$2,950, f.o.b. ;; >H

sweet waters are as refreshing todayto and fresh; all unwraped. a rF: zE, Th* 1.25-Whee&ase 125 Inches. Nine styles of pen ,
travelers on the great Dixie high- .:" and enclosed bo hei. Price, with any open body / o. b.
to the NOTE OUR FEED PRICES .e Detroit $2,600 t
way as they were starving ,
prisoners when it broke forth in Au- Corn per sack _$1.95 "JFA
--------------- --
-- ---------- : SAN JUAN GARAGE CO. 1
gust, 1864. The park with its neat Oats, per sack ----------------________$2.10 to $2.25 u ywr;,+t '
cottage for war-worn wayfarers, its Beet Pulp, per sack -----------------__________$1.75 Orlando, [Florida .t '+.
rose garden, pecan orchard and other Sweet Feed per sack --------___________$1.65 to $1.75 / '" 1./
improvements, is now one of the garY Shorts per sack --------------_________________$1.75 4f1
den spots of that section of Georgia.In Bran per sack ---------------------___________$1.60 ;., : -. :
its grounds seven great states have Chicken Feed per sack ---------_______________$2.15
erected monuments to their dead of Cotton Seed Meal, per sack, iy per cent, $1.50: 5

prison days, and the Woman's Relief per cent ----------------__________________$1.25 :
Corps has just honored Clara Barton Best Wheat per sack ------____________$2.40 to $2.50 Y ,. at'ik jr
by erecting there a handsome monu- Salt, hundred pound sack -------------___________70c t .F'r'yxvr, f. ': tw AN'Y. vY W y >
ment to the founder of the American Chick Food Egg Producer, per package ___________20c t' .rL 9rok; '; n1v'' 66.r nom.y A w.', v '
National Red Cross, who marked all y .k ; vk
graves in Andersonville, under gov- :fi '

ernment Woman's supervision.The Relief. Corps gave Forage Grocery CompanyPhone

Andersonville to the United States,
and it is now a government park. 638. 21 W. Church St. .


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THE reason the siege gun will shot 26 miles is because The trend toward the Valve-in-Head is very rapid, which is -'1
the firing chamber is so arranged that ALL the force of only natural now that the motoring public has come to know that ;- :;
the powder explosion goes directly against the shell. I this is the best type of motor. :
None of the energy generated by-the explosion is wasted. ,

Thirteen years of experience and development finds the present
Buick Valve-in-Head motor far advanced over the first one. In the .,/'
first one the principle'was right, but it was not as perfectly applied "
IN the "L" motor part of the gas explodes in the valve as we learned later to apply it.
pocket, which means that the piston head does not re- .. 1
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to the best advantage,and in the application. of the Valve-in-Head
principle the Buick Motor Company has a thirteen years' start .
over other motor manufacturers. What we have already learned, ., :
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all types of motors.
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IJumUer_ Laths andOHLAJSTDO Shingle s SENTINEL Every Day Is .ARCADE

S1. WANTSThe cVu
r WowDay MILK


Morning Sentinel Want Were strong for Wellington DEPOTBUTTER
Directory is the Greatest Want
Pipe. It's built on exactly the cor-
Ad Medium in Orlando. rect principle for the cooled sweetest
cleanest smoke you ever did 1
Terms Cash in Advance.
enjoy in the big chair. MILK
Plaster and Lime Smoke Wellington and you wont'
Cement Fresh
Aflatile RATESFor have boiling in the bo*Ubecauie Every Day.
________ any
One Day ------23t; saliva can't to the fire. You stuff 5c. oer glass
I For Three Days ___________50c of favorite tobacco into
load 25c.
w For Six Days _______________73c a this bully your good ; and you'reoff per gallon
i For One Month ____________$2.50 for a good time pipe. CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies on all ads of Pick yourVlingtoa:! 0 from our BUTTER
25 words or less. If the ad con- assortment shape for your preference Fresh Homemade
tains more than 25 words the rate fint-class
every one a pipe. SANDWICHES
will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each in- Good and Bad Cigar Store25c PIES AND CAKES
If you can't bring your ad to
A RUUD WATER HEATER the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
,. counts opened by telephone will be ARCADE MILK DEPOTSURVEYING
payable the following day..
Every Home-Every Business
FREEWith .i Every Man has use for a Made America In
Sentinel Want Ad..

\ Plating and Sub-Dividing
w- F

Pair nice mare mules in good condition Up HAL A. IRISHCivil
suitable for farm or heavy hauling -
; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply Engineer
Cabinet Gas sold this month for
range an entirely -
every I'. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining,:
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc
new service we will give absolutely FREE one RUDD Read the Morning Sentinel for the 47 Watkins BIdg. Orlando. Fla.

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

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

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

make you an attractive price on one. 6-9-tf Serviais From ORLANDO
Come in and talk it over with us.
the outcome of uncleanly con- DAYTONA
I GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD ditions. We are not in dangerof $2.30
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. C-15-tf such outbreaks, but there are
FOR RENT many minor troubles, which
may prove detrimental to your
FOR RENT-Furnished and unfurnished ORMOXD
flats and dwellings. Jas. A. ,health, or that of your family, ifyou
Knox. 7-9-tf do not safeguard yourself $2.50

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO WANTEDRANTEDA against unsanitary conditions.We VIA

nice little baby car- invite you to come in and
riage perambulator.. Must be a assure yourself of our uptodateand Atlantic Coast LineStandard
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial bargain.Sentinel. Address postal to "B 7-22-3tc," care entirely sanitary methods.

Railroad of the South
WANTED-To buy an invalid's chair;
one with wheels so that it can be OrlandoSteam Tickets sold for all trains Saturday -
pushed around. Address Invalid care
Sentinel. 4-24-2t* I and forenoon Sunday, limited -
LaundryPHONE to return by midnight of
I i
WANTED-Plain sewing, by the day. :
Especially' good at darning and 88 following Tuesday.For .
mending. Mother's helper in general.
Address K., Sentinel, or phone 478.
7-24-31* Information Call on

LI! f+R WANTED-By competent white girl, D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
position in small family to do W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. &T. A.
housework or nursing. Address 209 CLINT BASSPHONE Orlando
Sale East Church, or phone 556.
7-24-lt* 375

To reduce our stock as much as pos, West Jefferson Street Cut Flowers
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof
25 per cent. off our regular cash Successor to
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 price on any goods in store. Ham- and Plants
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf HandYVood| CompanyWood II

And continuing for two weeks Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while you wait," at Young's Repair of AIIKinds: Designs
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc


estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., .Violet. Dell Florist.
over 30 years. Have handled over .
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
all Millinery Ladies' Skirts 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ,>

Kimonas, and House Dresses AUTOMOBILE HOME REPAIRING AT 'w Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.

Why pay more for car overhauling
and repairing at I do
a garage. can <
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at it at your home for half and all work I
absolutely guaranteed. Phone 702. DR. L H. RAMSDELL OSTEOPATHDR.
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Office corner Orange Avenue and
Come and look at our line Located in the Arcade BuildingAll AND DO ALL KINDS OF I I Church SU Davis &:: McNeil Bldg.
work guaranteed and neat- OFTICAT. REPAIRING Phone 419.
ly done. Our work is the best
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. and our prices are the lowest.
This is the place to have your
WINTER GARDEN FLA. old clothes made new. I
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit CAREY HAND
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit '

pressed _____________40c.
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand FUNERAL DIRECfOR .

pressed ---_________50
Mohair suits pressed ______25c AND EMBALMER
We do ladies' work also. Giveus
a trial and be convinced.

EXCEPTIONAL OFFER Bargain n Clothes called Phone for 613.and delivered. All calls answered Promptly Dayor

Phone 72 Night. Hand Block.

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

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

Davis & McNeil BIdg
and Trees.
I New house, 8 rooms and bath.

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

i For quick sale $3000. Cash or RepairingAll A/YANCY, Manager:

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' PocketBooks =

Auto Cushions and Tops, also
get your scissors sharpened. Oysters, Fish, Poultry; Vegetables, Game, Etc.

Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders j
23; West Church Street, in Hopkins
Shoe Shop. / Business (135 P. 0. BOX 226
UI PHONES....I Residence 133 *7"t Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. t

Try a Sentinel Want Ad, CARL DANN W. A. BOSTON 7-20-12t

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P .I 11'1111111111111'.111111111111111111111111111111111 LOCAL AND F

Miss Ethel Barlow_ is

eral days with relatives and
in Whittier.

How many savings checks
1 I collected? _

i Mr. Randolph Robinson
K c
-: I Orlando last evening to spend
with his father, Capt. B. M.
xeTouStretc1 YourDollarg?

Why worry? Order Maple :\
or First Pickler, for your
dinner, from Hand Ice Cream

Why not give greater elasticity to your cur- -24-2t Messrs. J. M. Cook and W.

__ rency by making it accomplish larger thingstomake tle went up to Sanford and
it go farther and prove its ability to earn in the afternoon with three
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- el Buicks.

ty here in earning 4 per cent.
Savings checks collected is
in the bank.

Our steady growth in deposits
Mrs. M. M. Barkedale and
\ and general business is evidenceof ert: who have been visiting .
ability to serve our customerswell in Leesburg, have returned
and the character of our home in this city.

Board of Directors gives assur- 4 %
Why worry? Order Maple :\ ;
ance of strength and conserva- or> First Pickier, for jour
tive management in "stretchingthe dinner, from Hand Ice Cream

earning capacity of your dol- -24-2t

lars." Mr. W. B. Mabinson, one
prominent and successful
men of Kissimmee, visited
yesterday.Ask .

The State Bank
for savings checks;
your money in the bank.
Orlando Fla.
Mr. Fred W. Bass, of ,
spent several hours in Orlando
ing friends and looking after
matters yesterday.Yes .

we will deliver your
Maple Mousse, or First
1111111111111.111111111. 11111111111..11.111.11111111. your Sunday dinner. Phone
Ice Cream Co.
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Mr. II. J. Sandlin, a
known citizen of Orlando, but
siding in Jacksonville, spent
It's An Economy To day in Orlando.

Savings checks are worth $
Buy Now! every $1.00.

Mr. J. E. Ingraham, major
Augustine, spent a portion of
and yesterday in Orlando. lie
the afternoon by auto for

i Yes, we will deliver your
Maple Mousse, or First
your Sunday dinner. Phone :
I Ice Cream Co. 67&I

Mr. II. A. Regner and son, 1
Spring Water of Gotha, were among the
tive citizens calling on Orlando
men and greeting friends )

: Savings checks are money
i Is a standard for bank.

purity, aids diges- Mr. A. E. Boyce, chief I
the prosperous town of Taft,
tion and eliminates W. J. Souls, of the same
among the county seat
[ acidity. :: :: terday.See .

This being accomplished a world of sickness the marvellous Mr.
walking and skating on :
is saved. Nature provided Spring Water wire, nights of July 26-27-28 ;
Skating Rink. Admission 10
and Spring Water alone for mankind and 4-24-4t

t nothing can take its place.BEGIN .
Mrs. J. H. Weddell left :
afternoon for her home in
f NOW !
While here she was the guest
H. W. Greetham, at her
North Orange avenue.

[ Elder Spring Water Co. Mr. C. A. Brannon and w <
have been residing for some i
ORLANDO, FLORIDA Jacksonville, have moved to
which greatly pleases their
Phone WRIGHT, 444atHMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI friends county. and acquaintances in :

Misses Florence and :\
., ory, attractive young ladies I
-- -- --
Land, who have been
I week-end with Mrs. S. Y.
: home on Lucerne Circle,

: Collegetown jesterday.
: Mrs. C. H. Hoffler, who
: spending the past week
her household goods for ;J lp
: Lakeland, where the family
: side, left last evening for
,. .: home in ,Polk county.-;

: Mrs. Chas. McMillan and .
: ters, Misses Ruth and Clara,
been visiting Mr. andIrs.
TO GO BY DEFAULTWE : Brown, 509 Magnolia avenue,
: terday afternoon over the !
HAVE : Coast Line for their home in

Mrs. R. L. Harper and
Jacksonville, who have been
Prices always the Lowest when Quality Considered.
some with relatives in
left yesterday; morning over ;
lantic Coast Line for )
they will spend the
L H : summer with her parents, :
: Mrs. J. H. Chaille.DoctorsBuckitiaster I



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