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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 27, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 2'7,1915. NUMBER 112.

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':. SUB SINKS AMERICAN SHIP LELANAW;





STARTLING EASTLAND DEVELOPMENTSGERMAN




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UNDERSEA CRAFT DID GREAT DAMAGE IN TilE STARTLING EVIDENCE IN HORRIBLE CHICAGO SHIP DIS-

NORTH SEA YESTERDAY- DESTROYING i WARSAW STill SAFE[ fROM ASTER DIVULGED BY ST.TE.STTOR EY AND CORONER -

AMERICAN STEAMER LELANAW, THEY SANK Ii WHO BELIEVE 3,000 PERSONS WERE

,( TWO BRITISH{ VESSELS-CREW OF AMERICAN ON EASTLAND WHEN SHE TURNED OVER

VESSEL WERE SAVED, LANDING I WITH EXCURSIONISTS IN THE
GERMANS[ ITAliANS TAKE[
IN OWN BOATS AT KIRKWALL I ; I CHICAGO RIVER



Austrian Base In Adriatic Is DestroyedBy 1,000 MoreThan Ship's Papers PermittedHer


A French AeroplaneAn MPORTlTiVALCONDEMNED BAS[ To Carry


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Aeroplane and Submarine Base in the Adriatic Sea Was Completely i>00 Bodies Under Ship?-Many Children and Babies Admitted to
MACKENSEN HALTED; VON
Demolished by a Member of French Air Fleet- Boat Without Tickets-Washington Orders Rigid Inves-
BECKER GRANTED HINDENBERG BEARS
Great Excitement Caused in the Sea of Marmora tigation-Some One Likely to Go to PrisonFederalGrand
FIGHT
BRUNT OF
When a British Submarine Opens Attack, Jury Session Thursday Secretary

Doing Great Damage to German REPRIEVE Redfield Goes to Chicago on I'residentWilson's
and Turkish Fleet TRY TO CUT 0 OfF WARSAW IN REAR Suggestion



London, July 26.-In addition to the sinking of the American TO DIE TOMORROW Island Famed in Mythology Is Chicago, July 26.-It begins to look as if somebody might go to

steamer Lelanaw, two other British vessels were sunk by German GETS TWO Captured by Italians Off Dal- prison for the Eastland disaster.

submarines in the North sea today, while a British submarine did DAYS RESPITE I matian Coast-Stra- Sensations came thick and fast tonight.

great damage in the sea Marmora, and a French destroyer demolished I tegic Naval Base Startling evidence was made public by State's Attorney Hoyne

an Austrian submarine and aeroplane base in the Adri- I and Coroner Hoffman, indicating that not far from 3,000 persons ;j
JUSTICE MAY GRANT NEW TRIAL 1
atic sea. London, July 26.The Germans were aboard the ill fated steamer when she turned over and sankin

r I (l have forced another passage of the the Chicago river.Germany i

P Details of Lelanaw Disaster Great Mass of Affidavits Sub- I Narew river, north of Ostrolenka and -- ,

LONDON, July 26.-The American PreparationsFor mitted in Support of Beck I are now pressing forward on the forty I I Bodies Under Hull <
steamship Lelanaw, from Archangel, Waits
mile front toward the Russian second This is nearly 1,000 more than theship's
July 8, for Belfast, with a cargo of National er's Plea for a Third
line defenses on the Bug river, 25 I papers, on file at the police department i
flax, was sunk today by a German Trial '
For Britain permitted the vessel to
submarine off the northwest coast of miles from Warsaw. I
carry.It .
Scotland.All DefenseWashington New York, July 26.-The executionof With Gen. Von Mackensen stoppedon I also means that there are prob- i

members of the crew of the Charles Becker was postponed to- the south the brunt of the fighting Protest ably still 900 bodies in the hull or in

Lelanaw were saved. They were July 26.-Officials of night by Warden Osborn, at Sing has been shifted to the shoulders of the mud under the ship, bringing the 1
brought into Kirkwall in their own -
boats. the army and navy today were as- Sing, until Friday morning.The Von Hindenberg, who is battering the Berlin, via London, July 26.-Con- death list up to at least 1,700.

The Lelanaw was owned by the sembling data upon which the admin- postponement was granted at Russian defenses on the wide and siderable time probably will elapse State's Attorney Hoyne secured the
istration's of the request of Supreme Court Justice in effort to 2.500 tickets which were taken up on ;
Lelanaw Steamship of New program national defense marshy Bug river an get before the government makes any at-
York. She company the Earn- will be based. Preparation of ,Ford, who today heard an argument behind and cut off Warsaw.To tempt to answer the American note. the gang plank. '.'
was formerly
well. She was 280 feet long and of army and navy reports on the needsof II upon Becker's plea for a third trial. the southward the Germans are Should the United States protest to Many Admitted Free i
.. 1,924 towns. She left Galves- the respective service likely will Justice Ford, at the conclusion of attacking the defense lines near Pia- Great Britain regarding shipments be Also he secured the letters passed

ton May gross 5 and New York May 17 'be. laid before Secretaries Daniels and the hearing, decided he could not digest seno, which is 12 miles from Warsaw. couched in firm tones it is considered between the officials of the Indiana 4

with a of cotton for Archangel. Garrison in a few days. Upon his re- the mass of affidavits and volum- The Russians are withdrawing all possible the German reply would not i Transportation company which leased i
Early in cargo June she was detained by I'turn from Cornish President Wilson inous briefs submitted in time to hand men and material for the manufac- be brusque.In the boat to the Western Electric com

the British at Kirkwall because her and the two secretaries will form a down a decision tomorrow. ture of munitions from Warsaw. the absence of evidence that the II pany's employes' picnic committee' ::1
was consigned by of Goth- comprehensive and definite scheme. Becker was scheduled to die in the The stubborn hold' of the Russianson United States intends to force Great showing that all children under fire, <
cargo way Plans for the electric chair at 5:45 o'clock Wednes- continues. the orchestra, and novelty venders,
include Lublin-Cholm railroad
enburg, Sweden, which country for- navy a large the Britain to abandon the policy Ger-
bids the export of cotton. increase in submarines, from thirty to day morning. many considers illegal, condemnationof and others should be admitted with-

Having discharged her cargo at fifty being recommended; several bat- The Austro-German troops, Russian President Wilson's note is universal. out tickets. I

Archangel, the Lelanaw was return- tle cruisers, at least four dread GEOHGLB.XKER TO LOCATEIN reports say, are not as vigorous in Hope has not been abandoned, There were several hundred babies

ing when sunk. noughts, a large increase in the aux- ORLANDO the campaign as they were. however, that the United States may and children under five aboard, and
iliary and aerial fleets and several Some uneasiness is being caused in intend to assail vigorously Great Brit- practically none of these were saved.

TO SANFORD TODAY submarine bases. Elsewhere in today's Sentinel will diplomatic! circles of the entente allies ain's method of controlling the sea, Several Legal Clashes

Several army plans contemplate an be found the advertisement of A. B. by the report, not yet officially con- but until this point becomes clear the Attorney Hoyne clashed twice with

This evening a large party from army of 500,000 regulars and militia.A Cook & Company, of Fitzgerald, Geor- firmed, that Turkey has ceded to Bul- Berlin foreign office probably will the federal government.He .

Welcome Lodge No. 9 will motor to scheme for the federalization of gia, in which they announce that they garia the Turkish portion of the mark time. won the first dispute when Dick-

Sanford and aid the Knights of Py the militia reserves probably will be will open their offices in Orlando Dedagatch railroad. Sofia reports erson H. Hoover, of Washington, acting '

thias of that city in administering the advanced. In addition stores of arms within the next ten days. It is their this cession will have no effect on Bulgarian BASEBALL RESULTS inspector general of steamboats,

initiation ceremony to a number of will be urged, it is believed. purpose to establish a small real estate neutrality, but the belief is and Charles H. Westcott of Detroit,

candidates for membership in the or- bank and trust company to make expressed here that Turkey would not National League district supervisor, appeared in his

ganization. There will be three can- SPANISH WAR VETS WELCOMED loans to those wishing to build or repair be likely to give up such valuable ter- New York 1-3, Pittsburgh 2-0. office in response to subpoenas.

didates from Orlando, these being TODAY AT JACKSONVILLE their homes. ritory without the promise of sub- Boston 1, Chicago 0. He lost tonight when United States

Messrs. Martin S. Cobb, Morton H. Several days ago, through the kind- stantial aid from Bulgaria. Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 6. District Attorney Clyne served a sub

Jones, and Dr. Jones. Jacksonville, Fla.Announcementwas ly advices of :Mr. Vincent Green, of Brooklyn 13, St. Louis 8. poena upon Chief of Police Healy and

Fifty or seventy-five members of made last night by Adjutant Geo. this city, Mr. A. B. Cook, president of Italian Navy Grabs Base American LeagueNo took all of the papers seized in the

the local organization will make the I I E. Spencer to the effect that Thomas the Third National bank, of Fitzgerald Rome, July 26.The island of Pe- games scheduled. cabin of Captain Pederson of the

trip to the Celery City. One-half oft M. Woodruff Camp No. 4, United Ga., was induced to visit Orlando, lasgoso, off the southern Dalmatian Federal League Eastland.
I the number will leave at 3 o'clockp. Spanish War Veterans, will have a and to look around a bit and see if coast, has been occupied by the Ital- Pittsburgh 1, Newark 3. Attorney Clyne will turn all the evidence -

m. The remainder of the crowd committee present at the union depotto he did not think this portion of the ian naval forces, according to an offi- St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 5. over to the federal grand jury,

will start later. welcome the delegates who will at- Land of Flowers the most inviting for cial communication issued tonight.The Chicago 11-1, Baltimore 3-5. summoned by United States District
and home builders of in island is an important strategic Southern League Judge Landis to meet Thursday.
The parade in Sanford starts at 5 tend the fifth annual encampment, department capital any Another sensational
p. m., headed by William the Goat of Florida, which takes the South, and that it has resulted position. Atlanta 2, Memphis 0. announcement
that of Commerce ,
chaperoned by Clark Robinson.W. place here tomorrow. favorably for Orlando is emphasizedin Birmingham 6, Nashville 2. tonight was Secretary .
the fact'that Mr. Cook with his TIlE WEATHERFor Little Rock 13 Mobile 1. Redfield is on his way here to
H. Brokaw, C. K. Pomeroy, H. There will be forenoon and after- conduct
O. Rogers, committee.M. noon sessions of the encampment and wife and family are expected to arrive New Orleans 11, Chattanooga 1. an investigation at the suggestion -

S. King, C. C. then a banquet in the evening. Thursday to make their home in Florida: Generally fair today of President Wilson. _
this city. and Wednesday; light, variable winds. EN ROUTE TO HIS HOME IN NEW This followed close on the heels of
direct orders from the department of <
A CLOSE CALL FOR ROBERT COX YORK
ORLANDO SECURESXOTIIER justice at Washington "TO PROBETO
ESTIMABLE FAMILYMr. His State To THE BOTTOM I
Californian Deserts AND SPJRE0
Whil oiling the big 750 horse power Mr. Samuel Wygant, who has been "
engine at the plant of the Orlando spending some time with Mr. and ONE.
Water and Light company Sunday, B. F. Alexander, who has beenin Invest In County RealtyMr. Mrs. George Wygant in Tampa, and Attorney General Gregory, at the
Orange
Mr. Robert Cox came near having a Orlando since Friday, visiting his who stopped over in Orlando when I capital is said to have telegraphedthe j
son, Mr. E. O. Alexander, who recently order to Hinton G. Clabaugh, of
.
: serious accident. He was standingupon that estimable couple came up Satur-I Jt
purchased the Wright Realty Seed the local department of Laterit
a part of the machine, and right Store in this citleft I and Mrs. Geo. B. Duncan, of the arrival of his train. He thinks day to visit Mrs. Wygant's parents, justice.
yesterday af- said that "LAID
beside the fly wheel of the big engine, ternoon for his home Manicopa, Cal., who i arrived in Or- California a great state, but that :Mr.: and Mrs. H. B. Myers, at their was Gregory
in Folkston, Ga. I nowTHE LAW" in twenty-three
a
which was making one hundred and lando several days ago from the Pacific Florida is truly a poor man's country.In home on the corner of Jackson and
sixty revolutions per minute, when Slope, left yesterday morning California the man who has ac West streets, left yesterday for Sanford I minute long distance telephone' conversation -
'vorably impressed with this section I ;' with .
suddenly his foot slipped and he fell that he has determined over the Atlantic Coast Line on their cumulated enough money to invest in where he made the trip down Attorney Clyne.While
to locate in there six there
towards the rapidly revolving wheel. return to the "Golden West. any amount of land can well afford to the famous St. Johns river and em- are inquiries
Orlando and engage in business, and I will be six since the
Throwing out his hand to save him- I While here Mr. and Mrs. Duncan place it in something that will give barked on one of the Clyde Line ships more city council -
with his
family will remove to this got into action this afternoon, it
self he struck a projection of the i city in the early fall. spent a great deal of their time making quicker and better results than fruit at Jacksonville en route to hid homein
wheel and was tossed to one sid: with automobile trips to nearby places growing. Not only is the land much New York city.DIRECTORS' I developed' tonight.
The work of the bodies
removing
only a nasty cut on the right forearmto and were so favorably impressed with higher than here, but the question of
TO JACKSONVILLE ON BUSINESSMr. from the hull of the steamer continued .
show for his narrow escape. the country and its general surround- irrigation is another problem of great MEETING TOMORROW '
i with several hundred police on
':1
ings that they decided to invest in concern.
F. V. D. guard. Thirteen bodies _
brought
Phillips, proprietor of were
JOB HUNTERS SEEK PLACES Orange county realty, and purchasedfrom I I i "In Florida you can get good land
MADE VACANT:: BY DIS- the Auto Washing Station, on Church Mr. E. B. Morey, the local representative 'for about half what you would have A meeting of the directors of the out of the ship and river before even-

ASTER street, left last evening for Jackson- of the Munger Land Company I'!to pay for it in California," said Mr. Orange County Fair Association will ing felL j
ville where he will be gone several a very desirable tract of land Duncan, "and the water question, be held at the San Juan hotel tomor- ,. A final decision was made this afternoon -

Chicago.-Hundreds of unemployed days on urgent business matters.I I I in the vicinity of Orange Center, since I have been here, does not seem row morning at 10 'o'clock. At this to raise the ship. This will **..
assembled at the Western Electric the directors will elect the take several days as the apparatus on
which possesses all the qualities for to be so much as to how to get it, meeting
company's plant at Cicero this morn- BUSINESS TRIP TO JACKSONVILLE I i horticulture and successful trucking. as how to dispose of it. honorary vice-presidents for the com- hand is declared by marine men to be '-
ing seeking positions vacated and the work of mapping out too light. Coroner Hoffman however, : .
by It is their intention to return to "We certainly like your state and ing year ..
deaths in the Eastland I fair will be under directed that the attempt be made
disaster. the 1916
They Florida at some future time and make your county. Orlando is one of the put way.
were denied admittance to the em- Mr. C.I.. Moore, of the firm of their home in this [prettiest places we were ever in, and early tomorrow. The ship i is gradually
county. .
ployment office and were told there "Tracy & Moore, left Monday for a I A representative of the Sentinel we contemplate' returning as soon as All this week, 5 1,000-sheet rolls I settling in the mud, pressing the

were no positions for them. Police few days business trip to Jackson- y j had a lengthy chat with Mr. Duncan 'we can perfect arrangements, to reside toilet] paper for 25c. Curtis & O'Neal, dead who lie under it deeper into the '
E were called to disperse the crowds. ville. book store. river bed.
et l while he was at the depot awaiting "

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Central Florida Highway Association (commissioners have agreed to build tentatively, of what I thought would : 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.' 1IIIIt
.the road connecting them, forming a 1,.< an ideal highway named after two ;, : l
Page; Conducted by Publicity Committee part of the Paradise loop, as well asa I such famous men as Lee and Jackson. i I-
part of the Tamiam trail. The Central Florida Highway As- i :
Very truly yours, s<>ciation was permanently organized i,j : Fancy Irish Potatoes
W. SI. (;LENN, onL.\ UO. CHAIRMAN. E. UOODS. EUSTIS; A. J. L. P. DICKIE, Secretary. at Orlando, Florida, on June 10, and I : <,
HOLOItriILAKELAND; J. D. ROOXEY, OCALA.
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by the way, I would like to call your "
OFFICIAL WEST BRANCH DIXIE .There should be 1,000 new members July 19, 1915. attention to the name of the association -, : We have purchased several barrels of j |

HIGHWAY lof the association before the monster Mr. Richard H. Edmonds:;, President for I have noticed it has been : the largest and best potatoes on the *
The official route of the Dixie high- Lakeland meeting. See your local Manufacturers Record Publishing referred to in your paper, as the Central I()
way which will penetrate Central I mmbers and enlist. Co., Baltimore, Md. Florida Association. This association : market and will sell them for 30c perpec* |
Florida runs from Tallahassee to :Miami : TRYING OUT A PUBLICITY SYSTEM i :My: Dear Mr. Edmonds-On the has a membership at the pres- : \
and is as follows: 18th I wired you a night letter as follows ent time of almost three hundred, and :
Tallahassee, Simmons, Perry, Su- At the recent board of directors : its purpose, primarily, was to secure Ginger Ale f I'
wanee river, Gainesville, Ocala, Lees- meeting at Tampa the following were "The Lee and Jackson highway the Dixie highway through the cen- o
burg, Eustis, Zelhvood, Apopka, Or- named as the publicity and publica- should be a reality. Suggest for tral part of the state, but it is by no j
We have
lando, Kissimmee, Haines City, Win- 1!tions committee: W. M. Glenn, Or- route Washington, Richmond, Wilmington means confined to this purpose. It several cases and will close |

ter Haven, Bartovr, Arcad ,'i, Kissim- ''lando, chairman; C. E. Woods, Eustis; Charleston, Savannah, is an association composed of mem- them out 15c bottle lie, 25c bottle 20c. !
mee river, Okeechobee City, Jupiter, A. J. Holworthy, Lakeland, and J. D. I Brunswick, Jacksonville, Palatka, San- bers, at this time, in twenty-four ?
Palm Reach, Fort Lauderdale, and Rooney, Ocala. To properly place the ford, Orlando, Kissimmee, Lakeland, I counties, and our efforts are towards
Miami. I affairs of the association before a I I Tampa. Can secure support needed I:securing more and better connected Trading ChecksWe i
Side Trips That Will Be Listed great number of people the chairmanof men. Suggest the calling of meeting roads throughout the state of Florida.I .
Arcadia to Punta Gorda, Fort ::\lyers the committee, who is editor of the 'I in Lakeland middle September when I can readily see the value of sucha
Estero, Bonito Springs, and :Marco. : I Sentinel, suggested to Mr. Dickie taat 'I Central Florida Highway Associationmeets. road, dedicated to the memory of now have a supply on hand. 1
the Sentinel carry a budget of rewsI ( Greatest aggregation good Lee and Jackson, and with Washington -
Arcadia to Sarasota and Braden- I I concerning the association on page 2 roads advocates in Florida. You as one terminus and Tampa as j ---- -t: '
town. Jof each Tuesday's issue; and tj address should request governors to endorse the other, I believe that a territory ......
Bartmv to Lakeland, Plant City, I a circular letter to all editors in and appoint commissioners to be at could be covered that would be inter- "
Tampa, Clearwater, Tarpon Springs, I Florida asking them to clip such news meeting. Call on me for help and will esting and of value that can not be j Our Grocery Company 9
and St. Petersburg. :I as they could and publish in their respective -I get support." estimated.We *
Kissimmee to St. Cloud, Narcoosseeand I. journals, without credit to I trust this has been received and all know what Washington is, Two Phones: 3 and 200 ,i.

Melbourne. I this newspaper.Ir.. Dickie gave his noted by you.I (Continued on page : ) y
and E. Pine
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Eustis to Sanford. I endorsement to the idea, his letter have noted with considerable interest Orlando, Fla. j;
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Ocala to Dunellon' and Inverness. .following: in the past few weeks your 3)I t
Gainesville to Putnam county and I Tampa, Fla., July 19, 1915. efforts toward the building of a highway 11111'IIIIIICC ; 'IIIIIIIOtIIOOlr'II "llllllllllrl a
Palatka. :Mr.: W. M. Glenn, Editor the Sentinel, to be known as the Lee and Jackson -
Gainesville to High Springs and Orlando, Fla. highway, and have thought it I :
Lake City. My Dear Mr. Glenn-This will acknowledge most commendable, and believe thatit
MORE MEMBERS NEEDED receipt and thank you for world be of great value to each of Bargaini
Secretary L. P. Dickie, of Tampa your very interesting; letter of the the states through which such a highway i PERCENT
has sent the following letter to the 15th with respect to good roads no- would pass, but pressing board 25 DiscountFor
various members of the "membership tices to appear in the Sentinel on each trade work and highway work with
committee:" Tuesday.I I reference to the Dixie highway has
My Dear Sir:-At the meeting of believe that this is a most com- kept me exceedingly busy and not until i
the executive committee on the 14th mendable idea. yesterday afternoon was I able to
inst., you were appointed as a mem- Some of the interesting points that take the time to make an outline, the benefit of our customers -

ber of the membership committee and might be brought out in your columnis will give 25
each county is represented by one or the advancing of the Lee and Jack- we a
more members on this most impor- son highway, and I am enclosing you I New house, 8 rooms and bath. | discount
cash
herewith letter written to Mr. Edmonds Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER per cent on
tant of all committees of the associa Location perfect, 4 blocks from
president of the Manufacturers I all goods sold during the
tion.We want you to secure new mem- Record, regarding same. This center of city, east side. I

berships. We need at least a mem- ''will be a means of creating, or ratherof For quick sale $3000. Cash or J month of July and August. ..
bership of two thousand to carryon maintaining the enthusiasm in good
the work of the association and we roads work, and of securing a large terms. ,

want at )least one thousand at the attendance at Lakeland the middle of Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" i .
meeting in Lakeland. ,September.
Please report to me the prospectsof 1 You can do a' great deal in your Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
work towards getting
securing memberships in your memberships" ,
county.I and I hope that before our meeting in DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
am enclosing herewith twenty-five Lakeland we will have more than HAS OPENED A PLUMBING I SHOP

blanks which I hope you will have 1,000 members enrolled. Orange Ave. and Church SI Orlando, Fla.
filled out and mail to me within the Another point of interest is the rec- ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST CARL DANN
next ten days. We have plenty of ommendation the Hillsborough county I
blanks and they will be forthcomingwhen engineer made to our county commis- ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

desired. Each and every man sioners, recommending the Bayshore I 111111111.1111..11111.11..111..111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111. .
will secure a membership card which route to the Manatee county line. .
1 will serve for his This route was selected and endorsedat
as a receipt
mem-
bership. a meeting of the commissionerslast I Get A Copy of This Catalog Now!
Phone
Trusting that we may have the Friday, and the :Manatee: county 204
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largest association of its kind in the I In this new, big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is founded upon an ideal; a
country, and assuring you of my desire nursery where the idea is fundamental that the basis of success is laid in a nursery by the nur-
to lend support and help in every sery company three or four years before the purchase of the trees by the planter. ,
way, I am, W. AYRES E. R. AYRES This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds where the root stock is
I Proprietors and grown; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of the care
Yours very truly, Owners exercised in the selection of the budwood, and in the packing and shipping of the trees, and of the
L. P. DICKIE. advice and service rendered by our specialists to the purchasers of our trees.
The membership card reads as follows Daytona Beach In a nut shell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus family is produced and it gives the his-
HotelON tory and lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock.It .
: points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves and how
Application for Full Membership OCEAN BEACH their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in their own
CENTRAL FLORIDA in the HIGHWAY Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red groves their tres ancestry.of the purest strain, and trees which would show in nursery and grove the aristocracyof

Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we could have sold many .
Electric
ASSOCIATIONI Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished more. This year we know our entire nursery stock will be sold.
( ) (We) herewith apply for mem- Single and en Suite Only a limited number will be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfield Nursery Co. trees,
bership in the Central Florida Highway but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our catalogthemost
Association, and attached hereto Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold will appeal beautiful to you.in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, clearness and directness ,

. please find $____ in payment of duesto Shower Baths, Free to guests We have not had a great quantity of these catalogues printed, and we_are confident that
June 15, 1916. the supply will hardly be sufficient to go around. i / !1ffil onJusrUIIIUI
Rates
Name________________________ 52.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week
Street No___________________ Dinners 50 cents
CityCounty ______________________-__ BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS : Lake Garfield Nurseries Company, Bartow, Florida i iIMtMMMIMIMiiiliiMllillllltllllillHiillllltltlllinilllililt

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

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

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

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

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

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

TREES," and their importance to you as a planter of a new grove, with success as your aim.
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0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

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I 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg., Orlando Florida

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FLORIDA HIGHWAY next quarterly gathering of the asso- for the state. WELL KNOWN MAGAZINE HAS An auto party will leave Arcadia

ASSOCIATION PAGE; CONDUCTED ciation, A. J. Holworthy, secretary- :. Yours very truly, ORLANDO BOY'S PIC- Sunday, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. S. II Mrs. Mary A. Cox
BY PUBLICITY treasurer of the Polk County Good A. J. HOLWORTHY. TURE IN IT Rosin, and :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hor- AnnouncesShe
COMMITTEE ton.Ir.. and Mrs. Horton will stopin
Roads Association and a member of
LEAVE FOR PHILIPPINES The August number of Popular Orlando to visit Mrs. Horton's : is constantly receiving from
committee submits the
(Continued from page 2)) the publicity Mechanics contains a picture of the mother, who is in a hospital there. New York charmingly dainty
and many know what Tampa is. following Tampa, Fla.-The Seaboard Air I chair bicycle recently manufacturedby Mr. and Mrs. Rosin will go on to' and exclusive Collars, ShirtWaists

EighUi this year in customs collection Facts About Lakeland Line's military special, carrying the W. E. Warman of Orlando. The Eustis to visit Mrs. Rosin's brother, I and Hair Ornaments,
,in the United States, the larg- Lakeland has a live chamber of lllth coast artillery company of Fort who is interested with Mr. Rosin in : created from advanced ideas. A
magazine states that it is made to
est producer of customs revenue for a large dry goods business.-Arcadia !I beautiful collection to
now
commerce, the best water in the state, Dade to San Francisco, where it will
its size in the country, the greatest use at the seaside winter resorts of Enterprise. choose from.
an altitude of 227 feet, municipal board a transport for Manilla, P. I.,
clear Havana cigar manufacturingcenter Florida. As a matter of fact these
ownership of light and water plants, will leave the union station here tomorrow -
financial
commercial and
the bicycles were made by Mr. Warmanfor Subscribe for tin: juormng Sentinel, 501 West St. Orlando, Fla.
center of South Florida, the second modern gas and ice plants, largest afternoon at 5 o'clock. The every day practical use, and Mr.
city in the state, and before long will auditorium in the state, center of five company will arrive at 3:30 on one I Warman and Mr. S. B. See, of Orlan- I -
doubtless be the first city of Florida.I railroad divisions, big railroad pay of the government boats from the I I do, are now on a trip to the San Fran- Arcade
realize I need not dwell upon Tam- roll, mammoth citrus packing house, I fort and after loading baggage on the cisco exposition, each of them ridingone Pressing ClubUnder

pa for you are well acquainted with two daily and one weekly newspapers, baggage car at the Mallory docks will I of the bicycles. They rode from New
Management
conditions in our vicinity. sanitary sewerage, paved streets and march to the station. I here to New York city and then
From Washington to Jacksonville, I sidewalks, eight beautiful lakes in One hundred and eight enlisted men I started on their trip across the conti-

have mentioned only one city in each corporate limits, 28 passenger trains and two officers comprise the force .nent. The last heard from them they First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. :Made: right in
state, except through Georgia, but daily, modern fireproof and strictly which will occupy the special train. !were in western Iowa and pushing the shop. Guaranteed Fit.
through Florida I have carefully des- first class hotels; population, accord- Captain LeRoy Bartlett just arriveda I along towards the Golden Gate.
ignated various cities, for the reason ing to R. L. Polk's new directory sta- few days ago from ,Galveston to I i Also Cleaning Pressing
that the Central Florida Highway As- tistics 10,500, composed of cosmopolitan take command of the 111th, will be in ;KEY WEST BANK CLOSES DOORS Repairing
sociatiot endorsed what is to be knownas hospitable people. Can easily command. Dr. Harris, company sur- I And All Kinds of Alterations done
the Jacksonville-Tampa scenic entertain two thousand people in hotels geon, popular among a wide circle of Key West, Fla., July 24.-At a
highway, which will traverse about and homes. friends here, is accompanying the I meeting of the directors of the Island
the same territory as outlined above, The letter from Mr. Holworthy follows -I company to the islands and will be on City National bank, Tuesday night, it Work called for and delivered.

and will pass through a most desir- : the special. j jI I II was decided to close the doors for
able section, and is practically com- Lakeland, Fla.I I I business, and to wire the comptroller
plete at this time. have your letter of recent date GUERNSEY BLOCK WILL SOON I of currency at Washington to send an Phone 448 24 E. Pine St.

The enthusiasm in this state is at and will be glad to co-operate with BE COMPLETED I examiner for the purpose of examin-
its fever heighth, and by suggestingthe you as a member of the publicity and I ing into the affairs of the institution.In ---

calling of a meeting in Lakeland publications committee of the Central Work is progressing rapidly on the accordance with that action a mes- PEACHES! PEACHESElberta
about the middle of September, it will Florida Highway Association. I think many alterations in the Guernsey sage has been sent and an examinerwill
result. in a great number of good your plan is a good one and while I block, corner of Orange avenue and arrive within the next few days.
roads enthusiasts being present, for believe that you will have at your Church street. The two rooms to the The bank will remain closed until an and Georgia Belle

it is to be the quarterly meeting of command as much publicity matter as north will be occupied by the Jos. L. examiner arrives and the affairs are lOc, 20c and 30c a basket
our association, which insures a good can be used, I will nevertheless do my Guernsey Hardware company, and the gone into thoroughly.Mrs. .
attendance, and too many meetings best to send such items to you from rooms vacated by the hardware com- j Fresh stock daily. Crate lots a specialty
sometimes prove tiresome, and a time to time as may be of general pany will be used for business and J. W. Pruitt left Tuesday for
great deal towards the Lee and Jack- interest.I 'office rooms. The room to the north Jacksonville where she met her par- Lemons 20c per dozen.

son highway could be accomplishedat am not yet able to give you the will be fifteen feet high, twentytwofeet ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Reynolds, Pineapples, the little Sweetlands 3 for lOc
this meeting.I exact date of the meeting, which will wide and more than 120 feet long. of Orlando, and accompanied them to
do not know exactly how the Dixie be determined on Tuesday next by The entire (front will be changed, Sioux: City and Storm Lake, Iowa, fora North Carolina Rocky Ford Cantaloupes,

highway Association was formed, butI the board of directors, but it will beautiful new display windows of visit with her grandparents. She 5c and lOc
know you are in a position to get probably be the second week in Sep- large proportions being installed. will rejoin Mr. Pruitt here in the fall.
this information if you have not already tember. Neither have I any definite -Daytona Gazette-News. Fresh Country Eggs, 25c a dozen
done so, and I also believe that information to give you as to the Advertise in the Morning Sentinel
Fine Spring Chickens 25c to 28c lb
there is nobody else in the South who form of entertainment contemplated, and get results. Sentinel Want Ads Pay.4aLet.
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can secure quicker results than yours but it is thought by a number of our I
self in such a project as this, and if leading men that an informal banquet I J. w. Johnson, 109 W. CHURCH ST
the route is to be decided by a com- I would be the most acceptable and ..
mission, it is probably best to have practicable. As soon as I have definite -; The :

the governors of the various states I information as to date and form ''I . . . . " " MM. .IMMM
appoint them and I hope you have already of entertainment I will write you OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Y started in this work.I again. I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE BREAKERS HOTELDAYTONA
hope you will give this matter What do you think of the dope that
I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
your earnest consideration and I will Dickie and I have gotten up for the) BEACH, FLORIDA
be pleased to have you write to me, Lee and Jackson highway? It has Kept under the best sanitary condition Well screened mosquitoes. Rooms cool
no and
airy.
and providing there is any help thatI at least started something, as you Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh Hot and Cold running water in every room
can render, I assure you it will bea will see by reference to the Manufacturers and pore. .
LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
pleasure for me to do so. Record of July 22, on page 35. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hav
If Edmonds behind this Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to
Very truly yours, we can keep everything in the Meat Line. il
L. P. DICKIE, Secretary. thing we may be able to get a crack- { $10 per week, American Plan.

LAKELAND WILL PLAY HOST TO erjack meeting at Lakeland, by hav- EL Vt.:. Self & Co. : New Bath House Free to GuestsMMMMMMMMM
NEXT MEETING OF THE ing present representatives from the !
MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop.
ASSOCIATIONAs states in which the proposed highway' PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET I"

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we 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. Here


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


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


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


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


Peas, Tomatoes, Fruits, Jams and Jellies, Extracts, Spices, Flour, Brooms, Mops,


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







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ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."


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South Florida SentinelMORNING SUBMARINE DEED. SIDELIGHTS 1
The American steamship Lelanawwas I Mr. II. C. Hardie, one of the popu-

AND WEEKLY sunk Sunday off Scotland by a By W. S. Branch. i! mar salesmen in the Geo. McCulloch !
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W.. C. ESS1NGTON .......Buatnesamoto German submarine. As the crew was i department store, left yesterday for !
allowed to leave the vessel and the Atlanta, Ga., to visit relatives and |
Entered at the poetoffic at Orlando. Florida Woodrow Wilson says: friends. i
u Second Class Mail Matter. subsequent destruction of the steamer "And, assuredly, no thoughtful man

followed there should be no severe ever came to the end of his life and I

Daily I Y SUBSCRIPTION_ .............RATES........... 95.00 complications between this and the had time and a little space of calm Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., and
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 German government unless a controversy Miss Mary Gilchrist will leave today I Manhattan
Daily. 3 Months, ...................... 1.25 from which to look back upon it, who for Hudson Falls N. Y. where hrt-
Daily. I Month ....................... .60WeeVly. should hinge around the state- did not know and acknowledge thatit they I

I Year ...................... 11.00 ment in the last U. S. note that the was what he had done unselfishlyand will spend the remainder of the sum- ,
"character and of a merchantman mer.
cargo I
\LL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN for others, and nothing else that I
must first be ascertained before .
ADVANCETO
satisfied him in the retrospect and ,
she can be lawfully seized" or de- Miss Latonia Turner, of Statesville,
ADVERTISERS: made him feel that he had played the
stroyed." As the Lelanaw had discharged -i N. C., arrived in Orlando yesterdayto
Copy for display and all other hand-Mt man. visit Mr. and Mrs. E. II.
advtrlUinr mutt be handroWn at the busintwoffice her cargo Germany may be True as Gospel. But why wait until -I McNeillat la
of the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m, held to a "strict accountability" for their home, 221:: East Robinson ave-
the day before pu)-Nation. This rule: applies the end of life to retrospect Every -
to chance for contract advertising; it U the wanton and malicious destructionof nue.
live is little life
day we time
:Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. a by
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high
property on
itself, then why not retrospect each I
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued seas< : Messrs. W. S. Branch, Jr., and Geo.
should notify the office in writing on night as we put our head on the pil- W. Phillips, left yesterday for Jacksonville -
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the date of expiration otherwise it will be low, and then as we what we
continued at the regular subscription rates POOR compare where they will spend today
until notice to is received. have been with what we might have
stop
T..I..phonetamb'r ...................... 24 DILLIE. been, we may see our errors and we looking after educational matters per- CAUSE fOR QUICK ACTION
taining to the Orlando schools. t
Charging that a trained goat belonging t
TUESDAY, JULY 27, 191;). still have the next day in which to
to Shirley Alvarado had destroyed correct them. If we wait until the
one pair of silk tights, and end'of life our opportunity for livinga Mr. Herbert O'Keefe, wife and chil- ,
If you are not qualified you can not dren, of Wilmington, N. C., friends of
for dessert had chewed of
a pair
up better life will be forever .
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vote the "publicity question. gone.0 Mr. S. V. Buntington in
on Orlando
were -
silk and real lace shoe
stockings a Our
recent purchase of Men's Fine
fora while
o yesterday en route to
Miss Marie Chapron, actress at an j
There
is a deal of philosophy in the
Some people buy at home because their North Carolina home from Tam- Shirts from this well known manufac-
amusement resort in Cincinnati, has well known "Where
that is the only place where they can saying ignoranceis I pa, where they had been visiting.Mr. .
get credit. commenced suit against Alvarado. I bliss 'tis folly to be wise." The turer enables us to offer you unprece-
She asks $500 damages, charging that Jacksonville health department has
(1 Naif Forage, the Church street dented values in
she suffered "great mental pain andanguish" just finished another report of the seasonable shirts
The Birmingham News says, "Maybe groceryman, left yesterday afternoonfor
as a result of the goat's ac results of the milk tests and the
that too proud to fight theory has tions.It- lished figures show that Jacksonville pub- Jacksonville, where he will make At Reduced PricesMen
struck Russia. with the
arrangements
seems, according to the petition, people drink a white liquid that un- green grocery
0 trade in that city to supply his estab-
that "Billy" entered the dressingroom der the tests of the lactometer
DirigiLles with "silent engines" to reveals lishment with the best that market who know values---who
while Miss Chapron was regal- a bacterial count all the way appre-
detection are being plannedby affords.
prevent
ing the audience and his appetite be- from 1,100 cubic centimeter ciate
Germans for a new raid on Lon- per to smart styles---ought to come now to
came whetted at the sight of the four million three hundred and

don. o wardrobe. The plaintiff charges that thousand bacteria to the cubic centi-sixty Georgia A. B., dealers Cook &in Co.real of estate Fitzgerald, invest-, see the offering in our sale of the famous

she drove off the goat, but was pained meter. ments and business opportunities, will
The latest from the seat' of war
and mortified to find that practically move their office to Orlando within
says the battle for Warsaw has the next ten days. It is their
all the wardrobe needed for the next who have pur-
People
reached a decisive stage, with the never seen the pose to establish a small real estate TRADE
Russians withdrawing.The number had been ruined through the Chicago river in July have little com- Lank and trust company to make
felonious attack of "Billy." prehension of the superlative horrorof loans to those wishing to build or re-
o Being bound by her contract with the accident the other day when pair their homes. Those having prop-
more rain the more rest, espe- erty for sale, improved or unim-
the management to give a creditable 1,000 victims were engulfed in the proved, investments business
cially with building operations and or opportunities -
constructihg brick highways.o performance, and not having time to filthy stream. It is a terrible fate tobe are invited to correspondwith MARK
obtain a substitute for the devoured drowned in the perfectly pure the company. Representing a j

articles, the plaintiff was forced, to water of the sea. But to perish in number of Georgia clients seeking investments e
Pleasure is very seldom found they desire information
her great embarrassment and humil- the filthy, slimy mixture that flows SHIRTSBESTKNOWrT ,
where it is sought. Our brightest especially as to income investmentsand
iation, to complete her act withoutthe languidly along the Chicago river is business locations.
blazes of gladness are commonly kin- \
aforesaid pink silk tights, with awful. 7-27-ltc '
dled by unexpected sparks.-Johnson. unutterably KNOWN.A THE'6ESTj-'
her limbs bare
causing her great -oAs -
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mental pain and anguish. long as the monthly birth rate
A New York man endured his wife
o in Tampa keeps a few points above
while she only rouged her lips and FOR SALE-Orange and grapefruittrees
smoked cigarettes publicly, but when CHARLIE CHAPLIN IMPERSONATION the average maximum temperature, all varieties, in any quanti- Mere price comparison means noth-
the Tribune will be satisfied. But the ties. Will set out and<< guarantee trees
she turned in and beat him at golf, it ing. It's what for what
stork will doubtless be glad when the', to live if desired. Alex Olive. you get you pay.
was too much and he sued for divorce.A 7-27-Ctc
o At the Grand last night Charlie cool fall breezes begin to blow. That is the real measure of values.

Arnold won first prize for best imper- -()- SOCIAL
family of four-father, mother,
sonating Charlie Chaplin. Three Those who can not afford a Ford
ICE CREAM AND CAKEAt
son and daughter-were wiped out in prizes were given. In addition to the will have to walk and dodge a Dodge. Lake Dot Rest Room, Wednesday i

an automobile accident near Asbury real Chaplin, the Sterlings featuredthe evening, July 28, 7 to 10 o'clock. Ben- i1
Park, N. J., last Sunday. The distressing efit Lake Dot Sunday school building I
bill. Get the news In the Sentinel tr t. fund. Public invited. *
tragedy suggests that family 7-27-2t
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one member at home to sign for the .' . " . . IMCM . . . . IIMIIMM -e

insurance money."Automobile .



Sunday.several cities All church in Day"o the members was United observed owning States in, DEMAND DECREASES THE PRICE I .


machines made a special effort to get

folks to go to meeting with the result a d tM r .

that the edifices were loaded with

worshipers. The pastors all preached The output of any article makes the price. The
appropriate sermons on "The Motor

Age Hidden, It's Dangers.Wonderful" Possibilities and larger the output the smaller margin of profit the .


o manufacturer can afford to take. $1.50 Shirts now $1.25 ,

"Hon. W. V. Knott is today the

strongest man in the race for the gov- Our output has increased to the place where we $2.00 Shirts now $1.65

ernorship of Florida. He is hard-

working, conscientious official a, and can afford to cut the price. You receive the benefit $2.50 and $3.00 Shirts now $1.95

has the promise of a large numberof
votes," says the Tallahassee RecI I I and as the demand for our Ice Cream grows so will

ord. That is just what we said some the decrease.It $3.50, $3.75 and $4.00 Shirts

months ago, and we haven't changedour price .

views yet.-Washington County : now $2.85

Verdict. Melts in Your Mouth. A Cream that delights .

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The newspapers of the United : the palate and lingers ..

States have editorially endorsed Pres-

ident Wilson's latest note to Germany I in the memoryVANILLA
The Great Value of
declaring it to represent the

opinion of the people and assertingthat

the land is behind him to a man. I PEACH PISTACHIO LEMON These Shirts

Quite the contrary, though, with the :
press of Germany, which says that : CHOCOLATE PINEAPPLE CARAMEL MACAROON

the president's note uses language STRAWBERRY CHERRY MAPLE COFFEE offered at their regular prices make this 4

which will not find response. : BANANA TUTIFRUTI RASPBERRY ORANGE
o sale unusually interesting to you now.

The Arcadia Daily News advocates We have them in plain white, also stripesin

using never creosoted too late blocks to do good for paving.It's and if. IN EFFECT TO-DAY---WEDNESDAY, JULY 21st | all the leading shades.DicksonIves.

the News has the interest of the tax
Packed and Delivered Place in the City
payers of DeSoto county at heart, it any

will at once investigate more thor- I

oughly which of the two is best, woodor
TWO OR MORE COLORS
brick. Orlando has tried various BULK BRICK ICES

materials on its highways and thereis WITH ICE CENTERS

no question as to which of the '
ma-
terials has proven its worth for paving ; 1 qt. $ .40 $ .50 $ .60 $ .40 Co

purposes. It's brick for Orlando :

and Orange county. : 2qt.3qt.. .75 .90 1.05 .75
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A woman who understands advertising : 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.00
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says: "No lady wishes to be :

(coked upon as a shopping fiend; she:- I : .DEr ARTMENT STORE.

coes not care to go into a store and : 4 qt. 1.40 1.65 1.90 1.20 ... ...

have a merchant show all his stockit. I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPLNG PLACE
order to find out whether
he keeps The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -
what she wishes to purchase and At the factory unpacked 30c qt. bulkHand's.
of
whether the article is sold at a price of fair. dealing, trustworthy mer-

she can afford. It is much easier and chandise, at right prices

pleasanter to look through the advertisements I

of a paper than it is to

bore the clerks and waste her own Ice Cream Co.

time. Next to the local news items

the articles advertisements for sale with in prices a paper, will stating keep | Phone 566 H. E. HAND, Prop. Phone 666 I

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SOCIAL CALENDAR ing to draft a constitution for the I i _,I I nl_
proposed society was read by the !

Tuesday, July 27. chairman of the committee, Paul V.

Sit Arousd at the Presbyterian: parlors Hutchens.The an-- _

The Me .dist Sewing Circle will constitution as read was, upon

. meet with Mrs. Joe Davis. the motion of Kendrick Guernsey, indorsed -
Mrs Thomas Erodwater hostess to by all those present and the

&,. Miss the A-B-C.Mary Junior McCuHough Matrons. hostess to the by committee the class.was given a vote of thanks I II ftei El !


Wednesday July 2S. The proposed constitution calls for
Twentieth Century Club will meet union meetings of the Baraca and '0. 4 Z t
with Miss Hope Starbuck.
Mrs. Phil Slemons hostess to the Philathea classes every two weeks. o ALWAYS ON TIME Q ;
Younger Matrons At these meetings various questionsof J'

Bachelor Girls. current literary or public interest A. % can be he who carries one of our watches. For they beat the sUn in T;

-0-- would be debated.At accuracy. See our new thin model watches if you would have a '
VESPER SERVICEAT
BAPTIST CHURCH. the Thursday business meetingof A time piece that takes up hardly any room. They are especially .i

the Philathea class this subjectwill adapted for evening; dress; though many men find them equallyfine
The at homes"were
music loving "stay probably be brought to the at- for everyday wear. See them any way,
given treat on Sunday afternoon ,
a tention of the members, and if they
t at which time a music vesper 1 decide in favor of taking a part in & CO. V E '
service was given under the auspices I ?sy' } ,
the new organization a joint meetingof 16.A::: :
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" of the Daraca class of the Baptist I dJ
church ill their handsome new edifice. the classes will be called to discuss 0=
the[ constitution, suggest any amend- I
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The program was in charge of W. S. i
ments that may seem desirable, and i
Branch Jr., organist, and Edward
Anally to vote on the adoption of the I Remember, two coats of Patton's
Allen president of the class. Mr. amended constitution.It l j' Velamina gives results equal to three

Lloyd S. Tenny, their very capable or four coats of ordinary flat wall .
is thought probable that the Phi- / paints. Remember, it needs no size
instructor, presided, and after the t
lathea class will vote to come into Y or surfacer, flows easily shows no t
reading of the 91st Psalm and a brief '
i laps or brush marks, gives rich _
the organization. The leaders of both ---- a ,
prayer by Dr. Paulson, pastor of the classes enthusiastic the'' ?-1. uniform tone, and dries with a film, 1
are over
church, a short but altogether enjoy- very Daniel Frchman presents The Fascinating Star, HAZEL DAWN as washable and durable.
outlook for the new society. I Agents for high-grade varnishes,
able program was given. -0-- ,,Il0.RUS8 paints and wallpaper.
Mr. Herman Siewert, of Winter "CLARISSA" I

Park, proved again his unusual ability PRETTY WEDDING I ALL I -"-

as a musician and his three numbers SUNDAY.A AN EXCEPTIONAL DRAMA OF LOVE AND INTRIGUEFive I, iwi:, I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
occurred
pretty wedding Sundayat
were happily chosen. James II. Splendid Acts Pn
the North Orange avenue home of l1 205 S. Orange Avenue
Rogers, composer of his first number j-
Mr. and Mrs. H. Levine when their ---0: \
is a well known American and the
became the bride of Phone 261
daughter, Yetta
Prologue of his Suite for the organ --Th.e Sterlings"That COLEMAN & RHAN
Mr. Jonas Cohen, of New York.
was possibly never better played thanon
Rabbi Peter Wittenstein
this occasion. The Gavotte from performedthe Great Roller Skating Act that pleased hundreds last night
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ond number, is always a pleasing one beautiful and impressive manner. iu A SHOW YOU CANNOT On !
Before an altar of flowers and cents AFFORD TO MISS I U centsmittees
and his interpretation of it was decidedly ,
palms which had been placed in the I I The New Ice CompanyPHONE
individual. As a closing num- ___
ber he played' a true "Melody" in A living room the bridal party stood was discussed. The charity j I
while the solemn words
were being
flat, of his own composing which was committee was discontinued, with a I 675
spoken. Dainty little Helen Salomonwas I
,
doubtless the most enjoyable to a hearty vote of thanks to Mrs. Dee-
the flower girl, and Master Sam- I
greater part of his audience. man, chairman, for very effective
uel Kanner acted bearer. i
( Mr. Drennen who was to have as ring work. Delivery DailyWait
Following the ceremony a delightful -
found it impossible to be
sung pres- Mrs. J. C. Ensign, vice-president,1
ent on account of illness. Prof.Wade, wedding breakfast was served and kindly offered to furnish a new j
the remained until late hour year j
of the Methodist church, performedin celebrating guests the occasion. .a book, up to date and containing names ROOf GARDEN[ for our wagon. We think

his usual splendid manner, and of all new members, to be ready in
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen left the mid-
on will like ice.
showed his creative ability by mak- time for the State Federation meet- you our
night train for extended
an honey-
ing an altogether beautiful numberof ing in November. The committee to I
moon trip which will include visits to I TODAI'"JANE'S
the anthem "Christian, Sing With compile the book is as follows: Mrs. \
many points of interest in Florida.
Exaltation. J. C. Ensign chairman Mrs. A. B.
The Hollins Spring Song, played by After their August friends.1 they will be at hometo Whitman, Mrs. E. P. Bliss; Miss Mary i(I i : The New Ice Company ij ijtMIMIIIMilillllttllMIIMMMiMliimillllMlittt

:Miss Branch, is a particularly musical Holt and Mrs. John T. Fuller. | DECLARATION OF
I A number of friends of the con- I
composition, and it was shown off to The next meeting will be held Monday INDEPENDENCE"In
tracting parties from Sanfordto
came
good advantage by the use of the va- September 27.
witness the
rious solo stops found on the Baptist ceremony. Among -- two big acts. Anges Vernon
these visitors were: Felix Frank :Mrs.
4. organ. All ladies of the Presbyterian and Hobart Henley.
Charles Kanner, and Miss Ruth Kan- lilllllllllllllllHIIMIMItlltltliHiUflillllllllll
The only voice number was Mary I church and congregation are invitedto I
;ner, Miss Flossie. Frank and A. Kan- I
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Turner Salter's "Gethsemane and spend the day at the church par-

Miss Wright never sang more exqui- ner. -a= lors tomorrow. Bring your sewing I "FIFTY YEAR'S BEHIND"

sitely. She was in unusually good and your luncheon and spend a pleas-
voice and her friends were glad to TRIANGLE SOCIETY MET ant day. Dinner wall be served at Sydney Ayres and Doris Pawn. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;

have this opportunity of hearing her. AT METHODIST CHURCH.
12:30. Hostesses for the day, Mrs.

As the offertory Mr. Branch played The regular monthly _devotional Branch Mrs. Self, and Mrs. Roney.

with much expression an allegretto meeting of the Triangle Society was (Continued on page 8)) "WHEN THE SPIRIT MOVED"
movement by John Kinross, and again held in the Methodist church Sunday

proved his reputation as a true artistIn evening, the program being renderedby Eddie Lyon Victoria Forde, Lee

a well worded talk Mr. Tenny the Baptist Union, with Eugene Moran.A .

" told of the work of the Baptist Bars Reid leader. The subject presentedwas FavoriteTODAY'S

ca class and stated that never be- "Making Life Worth While," and
of Ladies' Silk Hose CURTIS & O'NEAL
pair
fore had the members asked for outside interesting talks were made by Miss PROGRAM

p help. They are doing their share Claudia DeLaney and Mrs. Ethel Belle Reliance. "The Black Sheep." given away at nine o'clock to-

towards raising the debt from the Stevens. The Baptist quartet, consist- Majestic. "An Image of the Past."

church and will hold a series of these ing of Geo. W. Phillips, A. P. Curry, A drama in one part. night. Insurance Loans Real Estate j :
Reliance. "Turned Back.
musical services to help with their Henry Symonds, and Mr. Strong, added Keystone. "When Dove Took

portion of the expense. After a hymn substantially to the musical pro- Wings." A comedy featuring May- The One-Price Theater Rentals

and a benediction by Dr. Poulson Mr. gram. The service was pronounced belle and Fatty.
Four good reels Mutual movies. The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
Siewert played as a postlude part of good by all present.
Five cents to all.
a Bach fugue.As --

a music loving community Or- NOTICE OFMEETING. IA cents 5 cents

lando will do well to encourage the .

young men of the Baptist church by A meeting of the board of gover- The Cathedral School The'last Episode of the Harem

attending the vespers which will be I nors of the Associated Charities is

",, Riyen during the summer, and at the called for 4 p. m. today, at the San Harem Picture Thursday. ESTABLISHED
p .{ame time be living up to its state Juan. Orlando's Select Boarding and Day 186

wide reputation as a musical city. By order of the president.0 School for Girls
16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
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NEW ORGANIZATIONOF SOCIETY NOTESOF

METHODIST CLASSES.At INTEREST.In Grades ilillliilllil IliniMIIIIIIIHIIHIIHIillllIt
the business Also Music, Art, Elocution Physical I 1J
meeting of the Ba- spite of inclement weather the

..... raca class of the Methodist church Woman's Civic League held an interesting Culture and Domestic Science.
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For address the Rector
Catalogues ,
Sunday morning the matter of organ- meeting at the rooms of the J
Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M.
izing the class into a debating societywas Sorosis Club yesterday at 4 o'clock.

discussed. The report of the com- More than twenty members Orlando, Fla.
were Melts in Your MouthDAILY
mittee appointed at a previous meet- present. The work of various com- -- -- t

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offer for sale for a few days PEACH I

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the skating rink property, for $26,000. ,
" We deliver from one quart up
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SOME NEWSPAPER ACCOMPLISHMENTS I which are now being built between all W. H. Andrews and A. J. Beck It is estimated that the citrus fruit

important points in the county.Is have rented the Osceola Pharmacyand crop for the rapidly approaching sea- Easy To Open, Easy To Close

there any other newspaper in the will make many improvements. son of 1915-16 will approximate 75
When speaking in disparagingmanner state that can point in its record to will Fort Dust Proof Moderate In Price
a They give Lauderdale a per cent., oranges being placed at ROper ,
anything of the
like these
some time ago, of the political triumphs. drug store equal to any in South cent. of last season's crop, and
influence of newspapers The Her- Tribune? Florida. Mr. Andrews is too well and grapefruit at 50 per cent. This should
I The conclusion is that, far
so as
ald had no"reference to their influencein favorably' known to need comment result in good prices being securedfor
the I candidates for public office ar concerned from us.-Fort Lauderdale Sentinel. the next in Florida. Fort
other affairs, especially in matter I I crop I -4)
the not have ef-
,
of local improvements. In this | newspapers may Myers Press. -. -- _
I I fective influence in behalf of its favorites I -
latter particular, a vigorous and intelligent When people make their feet con- ..e 1w
i I S
but, in local affairs, its power, 2fh.? S
newspaper exerts more influence spicuous by wearing white stockingsit Some one ought to suggest an excursion "' 1, rr iy
;Conscientiously and persistently exer- 5 !
than any and all other agen- is of course on account of the here at home instead of to 8
ted, is invincible. There would be
cies in the community.An shortage of dye stuffs. some far off resort.
but few and insignificant public im-
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illustration of this is given in
i provements but for the influence of
the history of the Tampa Tribune,
the press.-Punta Gorda Herald. cd
which has been and is one of the most I ---

energetic and persistent boosters of I ) It Costs Us o
STATE WILL RECOMPENSE THE LTh Money
Tampa and all other South Florida UJ
I STORK IN WISCONSIN
towns. Some :years ago it began
clamoring for a viaduct in Tampa, a i ToSaveYoucc
Madison, Wis.-A dependent law
I
thing utterly unneeded in that city.
:under which mothers will be allowed
Notwithstanding the absurdity of the I k Q'
$15 for the first child and $10 addi-
proposition, the incessant clamor of MoneyOn
:tional for others, has passed the Our Eola Box File
the Tribune won out, the viaduct was 'consin legislature. The Wis-I :
built, and to this day it has been onlya
I modelled after a New York bill.
loafing place for their indignant I is the most desirable addition to your office outfit. Telephone "
I
paramours. in-I account of the heavy
Mr. and Mrs. George Harris and
Next, the Tribune "raised Old and we will bring one around and show you.
teresting children have returned to '
I
Harry" for a union station, a thing ; kg.1 trade Saturday we will continue VV.
S.
j their home in Montgomery, Ala.,after ; BRANCH
Tampa needed no more than a dog 'I Y
i spending several days in Jacksonville this sale all this week.
needs three tails. t THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
I en route home from Orlando, where f
But the Tribune kept howling for i they have been visiting relatives. : This ad is bringing US re-I
it and finally the railroads, surren- \Ir.\\
and Mrs. Harris formerly resided I
dered the and great built disgust the station.of everybody Thisto i and have many friends who always I sults; and it will pay you to Hart's Meat Prices

extend them a cordial welcome.-
coming in from outside towns. It'sa Times-Union. I \ TAKE ADVANTAGE of the
fine building, but an unmitigated
nuisance to people who do not live.I prices offered. Cannot Be Beat
I An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a
in Tampa, but enjoy visiting that investment I
delectable city. I
All the while that the Tribune was rare -f I -

moving heaven and earth and even Get Behind a I 16 pounds Sugar ______________________________$1.00 Special Prices

the railroads to get that darned union Lemons, per dozen _____________________________loc
station, it kept up an everlasting VTeUhwand I 24 pounds Pillsbury's Flour _____________________$1.10 CHUCK STEAK ...... .......... ............................. Loa) :

racket for a respectable bridge across I Other Flour, 24 pound sacks 80c., 90c., and _______$1.00 ROUND STEAK .................. .............................. ijc.:
the Hillsboro river at the foot of enjoy really cool, dry, sweet Fox River, Blue Valley and Gold Seal Butter, _______r.7c
Layfayette street. There was nothingtoo imoke. The a Wellington Pipe won't I i iI Oleomargerine, Purity Brand, 2 pounds for _________45c LOIN STEAK .................................................. i8c.:

abominable for it to say about boil, won't get foul. Kingan's Sliced Bacon, per pound _________________32c FLORIDA PORK .............................................. 18(.

the ancient wooden structure span- Mad. InAm.rica I I Other Breakfast Bacon ____________________20c. to 25c; WESTERN PORK .............
ning the river when it began its ... ............................. 22c.:
Come in...d2k. I Smoked Bacon, per pound__ __ ____12Vi>c., 18c., and 20c
fight, and it kept everlasting at it "" .-"- Best Raw Boneless Ham _________________________22c CASH ONLY 4

until it got the bridge. This was a .'3ie. )Oc.w. y i Best Ham _______________________________18c and 19c
commendable, a really great achieve- ii White Bacon per pound, 10c., Side Bacon _________121'>c
ment, for that bridge was needed, and i New Irish Potatoes, peck 25c., half bu. 45., bu.85c

it is to day one of the finest struc- New Irish Potatoes, per barrel, 10 pecks,__________$1.90 P. c. HART

tures of the kind in the United States. I 7 small cans Van Camp's Cream __________________25c

Even before this superb bridgewas 7 tall cans Van Camp's Cream ____________________50c PHONE 213. 33 WEST CHURCH ST.
begun and ever since its comple- I Say All: j 6 dozen, 1 case small Van Camp Cream ___________82.30 -----

tion, the Tribune rended the skies 4 doz., tall Van Camp Cream ____________________$;: .35

with its wails and demands for a Eagle Brand Milk, per can ______________________ _15c. 1j8KATING RINKSEE
You want to this new I
municipal building commensurate,j see I 4 cans 2 pound Tomatoes, 23c.: per doz ____________70c
'n dignity with Tampa's metropolitan' :package Spider is introducing to :3 cans, 2 pound Corn 25c., per dozen _______________95c
greatness. For months the Tribune Best Van Camp's Peas, per can 10c.f per doz. _____$1.10
kept up its clamor until for the sake ; the market-its the swellest White House Coffee, per pound ____________________33c THE MARVELOUS

of peace and public glory, the munici- : thing out in the way of little Maxwell House Coffee, per lb. ____________________31cArbuckle's
pal nuthorities yielded, and now Tam- Coffee, per pound, 19c.: Green Coffee,____loc MR. BILLETER
pa has the finest and most imposing Cigars. Pure Coffee in bulk, per pound 18c.; 5 pounds ______85c

municipal building in Florida and, per- I at the 3 cans Campbell's Soup 25c.;dozen cans ___________95c
i See
haps, in all the South. Jacksonville loam Succotash and Spinach 2 pound cans, 2 cans ________25c and
has nothing to compare with it, and I All lOc. size Pork and Beans, 3 cans for ____________25c walking skating on the

the triumph and glory of Tampa are 50 pound Pail Lard $4.00, large pail No. 10, ________95c Slack Wire

complete.One 'Good and Bad Pure Georgia Syrup in barrel, per gallon ___________55c
of the achievements of the Pure Florida Syrup in gallon cans, each ____________55c

Tribune, in which it was aided by its StoreOrange hallo Icing, per can _____________________________20c Nights of July 26-27-28
able local evening contemporary, was Cigar lOc. size Assorted Extracts, 3 bottles ______________20c ,
the inducing of Hillsboro people to 3 packages Ice Cream Powder or Jello _____________25c -
vote a million dollars for brick roads, Avenue Pound Can Rumford's Powder 23c., half pound can ___13c ADMISSION 10 CENTS

3 cans Sodarine _________________________________13c
Welche's Grape Juice, per qt.45c; pint 23c.; V__ pinfr14c I ;
lOc. size Jelly, Peanut Butter, Pickles, Salad Dressing,

The Orlando Meat Market assorted, 3 for _______________________________25c
Corn Beef, Roast Beef, Alright Brand, per can ______20c

Potted Hams and Sardines, 6 cans for ______________25c ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
T. A. YANCY !
Manager 3 cans Vienna Sausage __________________________25c

3 cans Cove Brand Oysters _______________________20c
Dealer in Choice
Wholesale and Retail
Tall Pink Salmon, per can 10c.; per dozen ________$1.10
Florida and Western Meats Pie Peaches, Apples and Pumpkins, 3 lb. cans, each ___10c SHEET METAL CO.

Dried Prunes and Peaches, per pound _____________lie

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Currants and Raisins, per package _________________lOc
All Soaps, including Ivory, Fells Naptha and Sweet- Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos

Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders heart, __________________________________6 for 25c ,
Grits and Meal, 10 Ibs for 25c.; 92 lb. sack ________$2.10 and Rubber RoofingsCornices
PHONES / Business '35 P. 0. BOX 226 Flour in half barrel ____________________$3.75 to $4.00
\ Residence Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.
133
I s Self-Raising Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds ________$3.90) Skylights. .Healing, Ventilating Metal Ceilings .-
Pillsbury's Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds __________$4.25 ',
Full line of all kinds of Smoked Bacon and Hams, nice
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and fresh; all unwraped.

NOTE OUR FEED PRICES


CAREY HANDFUNERAL Corn per sack ________________________________$1.95
Oats, per sack ________________________$2.10 to $2.25
Beet Pulp,--per sack ___________________________$1.75
Valspar I
DIRECTORAND I Sweet Feed per sack ___________________$1.65 to $1.75 I

Shorts per sack ____'____________________________S1.75 It to use the Best.
EMBALMERAll I Bran per sack ________________________________$1.60 pays
Chicken Feed per sack _______________________2.15 You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers,
Cotton Seed Meal, per sack, ll/ per cent, $1.50: 5 Paints and Varnishes atFinley's

per cent __________________________________$1.25
calls answered Promptly Dayor Best Wheat per sack ________________ _$2.40 to $2.50 Pioneer Paint Store .

Salt, hundred pound sack ________________________70c
Night. Hand Block. Chick Food Egg Producer, per package ----_______20c Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67

We have the best men and the best equipment to do
Orlando Florida.PHONE -
the best work. The best is the cheapest.

639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457 Forage Grocery Company Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat

I Phone 638. 21 W. Church St.

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f -,umber, La"tI arid Shihl glen SENTINEL ,TEMPORARY CHANGE OF LOCATION ARCADE

Owing to the rebuilding: which is
now going on in the Guernsey BlockI
WANTSThe have been compelled to close up the t
Royal Palm' Barber Shop but the MILKDEPOT
barbers can be found at J. B. Hams'
I place on Church street ready to serve
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)ou. Thanking you for favors,

Morning Sentinel Want I 7-20-12t* Yours ELIJAH truly WHITEHEAD. !
ORLANDO Directory is the Greatest Want --- 1
Ad Medium in Orlando.
1 FOR SALEI .
I have for sale one full blooded :;;r. ,
Terms Cash in Advance.RATES .
Jersey cow, just come fresh with her
I BUTTER l\IILK- ;
Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime third calf; also one heifer with her :
Fresh Every Day.5c. I
first calf, three-fourths Jersey and
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For One
Day 25t
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one-fourth Holstein. residence is glass
I For Three Days __==.-_____50c ClarconaFla. My per :
and
For Six Days __________75c near my postotfice 25c. per gallon
---- address is Apopka. Fla., Box 95. G.
f, I For One Month ----________$2.50 W. Riner Apopka, Fla. CREAM AND MILK f
I \ This rate applies on all ads of 7-25-d&wtf BUTTER
25 words or less. If the ad contains
Fresh Homemade ;
more than 25 words the rate
FOR SCREENS, swings, lawn
porch
I will be one cent per word for SANDWICHES
I each additional word, for each insertion. swings, and all kinds of carpenter PIES AND CAKES
I work, go to Tracy & )Moore 18 East I.
Church street.
725lmocRACKARD'S
If you can't bring your ad to

A RUUD WATER HEATER !, the counts payable office opened the telephone following by telephone No.day.24.will Ac-be Located in the PRESSING Arcade Building CLUB ARCADE MILK DEPOTSURVEYING


i: Every Home-Every Business All work guaranteed and neatly -
: FREEWith ; Every Man has use for a I done. Our work is the best
t tl: Sentinel Want Ad.Ii I and our prices are the lowest.

i I I 'This_is_the place to have your Plating and Sub-Dividing
old clothes made new.
I
i FOR SAt.E Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. PROMPT AND ACCURATE
Ii Suit dry cleaned, pressed___GOc. WORK
!'FOR SALE-Hup roadster, 14 model, Suit pressed --___________40c.
'I good; leaving mechanical city. Address condition Box; $400cash 733. All -Palm Beaches scrubbedand HAL A. IRISHCivil

17-25-3t* pressed _-__________50c
f Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Engineer ,
every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an entirely MULES FOR SALE ,
'I We do ladies' work also. Giveus
1
new service we will give absolutely FREE one RUDD Pair nice mare mules in good condition a trial and be convinced. 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
: suitable for farm or heavy haul-
TANK WATER HEATER, regular price $12.00, or we will make :ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. ..1pi Clothes called for and delivered. ,
i I ply I'. (i. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining Phone 613.
.an allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or instantaneous I I Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc I Week End !

Water Heater.If FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top
I' and wind shield, at Ford Garage. Harness Makingand
Rates
you have a water heater and want a new range let- us 7-3-tf

make attractive I FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Repairing
you an price on one.
one quarter mile from city limits; From ORLANDO .
Come in and talk it over with us. j i very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- All kinds of leather repairing, suchas I,
I 6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,I DAYTONA 'I

-I Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket I I $2.30NEW
FOR SALE Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
SIX CYLINDER. SEVEN PASSENGER get your scissors sharpened. !! SMYRNA
CAR. THIS IS A BAR
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GAIN.: IF YOU $1.85
WANT A GOOD
25: West Church Street, in Hopkins
CAR HURRY. BOX
567. 6-15-tf ORMOND :
"- I Shoe Shop. I
: FOR RENT I, $2.50
I W. A. BOSTON
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ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO !i FOR RENT-Furnished and unfurnished 7-20-12t J VIA
flats and dwellings. Jas. A.


GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial :I I Knox. WANTED 7-9-tf I I Phone 72 I!Atlantic Coast Line -i 1!


"- i WANTED-To rent or buy a good "
Standard Railroad of the South
.i I| reliable family horse. P. O. Box Paul V. Hutchins|
754. 7-25-31 Tickets sold for all trains Satur- -!

WANTED-Salesman and collectorfor I Attorney and Counsellor at Law,.day and forenoon Sunday, limited j

Orange county. Apply No. 43 to return by midnight of
East Pine street, Orlando, Fla.
Davis & McNeil
7-25-6tc Bldg following Tuesday. :

ORLANDO, FLA. ,
WANTED-Plain sewing, by the day.I' -
----------- Especially good at darning and' For Information Call on I
mending. Mother's helper in general. D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. .:
Address 7-24-3t* K., Sentinel, or phone 478. "The Typhus In W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. j
r.- Orlando ;

To reduce our stock as much as pos. Serviais
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof !
Sale 25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in stora. Ham-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf the outcome of uncleanly con- Cut Flowers i
ditions. We are not in dangerof

Umbrellas recovered and repaired such outbreaks, but there are
"while you wait," at Young's Repair many minor troubles, which and Plants
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 Shop 21 K. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
may prove detrimental to your

BUYERS AND SELLERSI health, or that of your family, if Floral Designs j
And continuing for two weeks buy, sell rent, and exchange real you do not safeguard yourself
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., against unsanitary conditions.We 1
over 30 years. Have handled over invite to

I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ]I 20000000.10-6-3m FOR SALE Call AT and F.A A.SACRIFICEOne see LEWTER.me. assure entirely yourself you sanitary of our come uptodateand methods.in and ..Violet. Dell Florist. j 1



On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts of the best trucking and fruit OrlandoSteam J. M. CARUTHERSPhone

farms in Prosper Colony, consistingof 509. 408 South Lake St. t

Kimonas and House DressesMen's 25 acres; 9 acres in cultivation; all LaundryPHONE
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Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at good good crop six room will go house with and the good place.out-A CUNT BASSPHONE

buildings. In sight of depot church
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES and school. The place will bear in- 375
spection. For particulars, address
I Box 67, Taft, Fla. 7-24-121* West Jefferson Street :

Come and look at our line No individual with anything to sell 9" Successor to i
or trade can successfully find a buyeror
trader without the aid of the Sen- Hand|Wood Company

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. tinel want ads. Remember that its DR. L H. RAMSDELL

circulation represents five-sixths of OPTOMETRIST WoodofAlllKindsPROMPT : .

WINTER GARDEN FLA. .. the Orlando community.Read ORLANDO FLORIDA SERVICE
CE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
the :Morning Sentinel for the AND DO ALL KINDS OF REASONABLE PRICE ..

J news. lOc. a week delivered.GoNe. OFTIPAJ. REPAIRING
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Mr. J. G. LaDue, of Mount Dora, II
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was among the out of town business

transactors visiting the city yester ..
day. .
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Savings checks collected is money
in the bank. 7-7-tf \

Mr. C. O. Roe, president of the .

Bank of Clermont, was among the
? SAVINGS CHECKS
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'Arel&uStretchingTSuiiDollars
prominent Floridians spending yesterday lJ',
in Orlando. .
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: ARE WORTH
Savings checks are money in the .
bank. 7-7-tf

Why not give greater elasticity to your cur- $1.04 for Each $1.00 s
Miss Lillian Harper, who has been
rency by making it accomplish larger thingstomake .
spending several days with relativesand .
it go farther and prove its ability to earn friends in Kissimmee, returned to : They are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- Orlando yesterday.How .. the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants:

ty here in earning 4 per cent. .
many savings checks have you : Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
collected? 7-7-tf W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs. 1 L
Our steady growth in depositsand : Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries. .
Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the Methodist -
general business is evidenceof Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies. '
church left
yesterday afternoon John Grocer. T. A. Meat Market.
ability to serve our customers Empie, Yancey,
for Tampa where he will spend a cou- J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
well, and the character of our ple of days with relatives and friends. Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
Board of Directors gives assur- 4 % avenue and Arcade building. Store.
I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
ance of strength and conserva- Savings checks are worth S1.04 for J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
tive management in "stretchingthe every $1.00. 7-7-tf Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor. I
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.T. .
earning capacity of your dol Mr. E. B. Morey, the popular and P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.
lars." energetic manager of the Murger

Land company, of Orange Center,
was among the representative citizens
looking after business matters in the
They can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart.
county metropolis yesterday.
The State
Bank ment of the

Ask for savings checks; they are
Orlando in the bank. 7-7-tf
Fla. your money
The Peoples National Bank
Mrs. R. D. Keene, who has been
pending some time down on the East
Coast' where Mr. Keene has been en-

gaged looking after the interests of
Dr. P. Phillips, returned Saturday .
evening. She was accompanied to
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who is a guest at her home on South
Lake street.
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Now Miss Ida Monahan and Miss Lillian
Buy !
Harper, two of Jacksonville's most attractive -
young ladies, leave this afternoon -
for their homes in the metropolis PACKARD Wins Grand
of Florida. While in the city the
,
:Misses Harper and Monahan have
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.
Prize at San Francisco
Peral, 211 South Main street. Miss
Harper lived in Orlando until about
four years ago, and has dozens of
friends in the city who are delightedto
welcome her whenever she returns The only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

Spring! WaterIs here for a visit. Miss Monahan is ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor '

also very popular, and her departureis were both awarded to PACKARD.It .

the cause for much regret among is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-
her friends in Orlando.
ties of permanent success that are back of the new
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a standard for Misses Dorothy and Ella Taylor
Slemons left yesterday afternoon over
purity, aids diges- the Atlantic Coast Line for Jackson- Packard Twin-Six
ville where they will visit their sisters -
tion and eliminates Mrs. R. P. Marks and Mrs. JohnS.

Arnold, Jr. Later Miss Ella Taylor -
acidity. :: :: will go to Coat Center, Pa., to visit
Miss Lorena Walker who, with her

This being accomplished a world of sickness mother, Mrs. S. G. Walker, spends the San Juan Garage Company jj ;

is saved. Nature provided Spring Water {Fall Lucerne and winter Circle.at their Miss Dorothy pretty homeon will

and Spring Water alone for mankind and spend the remainder of the summer Orlando -Daytona
with relatives in Tennessee.
nothing can take its place.BEGIN .
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NOW Miss Elizabeth Branham, who has
been visiting relatives in Alabamaand

Georgia, including Auburn, Ope- . i. . . . . .. .IMM M .t 4"1
lika and Griffin, returned home Satur-
day evening accompanied by her
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Spring friend, Miss Fred Scott, an attract- i
ive young l lady of Auburn, who will .
ORLANDO, FLORIDA visit at the Branham home on Lu-
cerne Circle. The young ladies were People Are Saving More Than Ever 1.

Phone WRIGHT, 444 met in Jacksonville by Messrs. Earl .
Vick and Albert Branham and the
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party automobiled from that city to r- -
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Orlando. '

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ttEMieillttieillMIIIIIIMIIMMIIIiMIMMIMIIIIMIJULY 1 Miss Dorothy Seymour left for ; : &r ;
Daytona yesterday morning, motoringover -' -
with Mr. J. Musselwhite and

son, Lawrence. At Daytona Miss Sey- One great benefit has come to these
mour will join her mother, Mrs. Gertrude -
United States through the European War. ,
Seymour, who made the trip to
SUGGESTIONSWedding
the coast Saturday with Dr. S. S. It has made us a SAVING NATION. I fir. pAs
Jones and Miss Hainer. ,
a nation we are earning more than

Gift Presents for your bridesmaids, best The ever before, and we are saving more. f --t
senior class of the Cathedral
man, ushers, etc.? Or perhaps some new articles of Sunday school held a meeting last i I j Competent authorities say that we are 3 "

the latest design in gold jewelry for summer wear, evening for the purpose of selecting a'I richer by a quarter of a billion dollars "
design for the class pin. This new through invested savings. j ,=-c i' .. jr
or a new toilet set for the coming vacation.Be organization of the young people of a ?
the Episcopal church is I The safest form of investment for individual l '

what it may, if a high-class j weler's establishment popular and is creating proving new interest very savings is the Savings Account. ,

< should have it you will find it here, of superb in the Sunday school. I Place your savings here and they will earn -r

; ; quality and value and properly priced. interest at 4 per cent.
The Philathea class of the :
dist church will hold its \Ietbo-I s

Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. business meeting Thursday :
July 29, in the parlors of the church. 6
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:Miss Corinne Sias will arrive today i iI | j }
I from Punta Gorda to visit her aunt, | J JMrs. L-_
: W. K. Curry, at her home on <

T.D.EVANS East Livingston avenue. I, :Y The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBiiekinaster


JEWELER & Brullda ere I Io Orlando, Florida

OSTEOPATHS and Profits $141,000.00
Capital Surplus
Personal -Instruction under Dr. Still ,
at lurksville: Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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