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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 28, 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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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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V&LU3IE THREE. ORLANDO. FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1915. NUMBER 143.IT .

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I I I;I I LELANAW IS NOT AN ACUTEISSUE fAMilY fROM INJURY AS

Fears U. S. Warning Thinks
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VOTE ON THE E PUBLICITY THIS OPINION RECEIVES I Washington,July 27.-United States
Make Concessions
Germany SUPPORT FROM: TWO Consul General Skinner at London

and Waits to Know cabled the state department today BIG CAR CRASHED
SOURCES I ON SIDE
Results TAX BilL TODAY that the captain of the American

steamship Lelanaw, sunk by a Ger-

Washington July 27.-Officials of SEARCHING FOR MAN HIGHER UP I man submarine stated that he "had I -

the state department believe that the A TAX LEVY NOT EXCEEDING ample time to leave the ship before BUT NEGRO WAS SEVERELY
WM. [EDVARDSTO RESIGN
ONE MILL ASKEDTO
t reason for Great Britain's request I it was fired on.
Warrants Are Issued by Federal INJURED AS CAR lilT
the of
made to this country today to with- ADVERTISE CITY This statement in opinion

hold from publication her note which Judge Landis for a Numberof high,officials in the state department, FROM SCHOOL BOARD CART YESTERDAY

has just been received explaining her The Law, if Endorsed, Will Provide Prominent Officialsof removes the case of the Lelanaw from

orders in council and her announce- Sufficient Fund to the category of acute issues and
ment that she is preparing a more a CompanyChicago ; transfers it to the field of diplomatic HAS SERVED FOR YEARS CART DEMOLISHED; AUTO A WRECK
Properly Advertise I
the sub- |discussion with Germany.
communication
complete on 1
OrlandoThe July 27.-The death toll ON COUNTY SCHOOL
ject may be found among the follow- Clarence Tilden Returning to
ing: on the Eastland will be 1,000 and perhaps FRANK ROCKEFELLER SUED BOARD

First, an acceptance by Great Brit- publicity tax bill providing for 1,500 lives due to the pride of Cleveland 0., July .-Frank Home at Tildenville With

ain of the indirect warning given by the levying of not to exceed one mill Captain Pederson who refused to order Rockefeller brother of John D. Rockefeller II. H. Witherington, of Apopka, Mother and Two Sisters

this government in its last note to upon real and personal property in the passengers ashore, althoughhe was sued for more than $100- Prominently Mentioned as Escaped InjuryOn
000 damages today by Mrs. BerthaM. .
Germany that Great Britain would this city the proceeds to be used for that the boat Possible Successor to
knew for 17 minutes
Leland Montreal widow who
also be held responsible "at any cost"for advertising Orlando will be voted on I Fill Vacancy West Central avenue at Glen
was working badly. :charged that he defrauded her in a
\H any disregard of the freedom of I I I
II street yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock
today. The polls will be opened at 8 $10,000 stock deal and later beat her I
the seas and the rights of Americans. This opinion came from two sources
The Sentinel has it from a the six cylinder seven passenger Hudson -
I ( Second the realization that Ger- o'clock this morning.The today and was voiced at the coroner's and caused her arrest falsely when very
driven Clarence of
by Tilden
the son
authentic source that at next
many in her recent notes to the purpose of the bill is to secure inquest by Captain Weckler city har- she pleaded with him to return her meeting of the Orange County Boardof L. W. Tilden of Tildenville while returning -
United States has offered several con- sufficient funds to better advertise bor master and General Manager money.
this to his home with his mother
Public Instruction in city
cessions on acute questions with the Orlando, and to equalize the burdenof Greenebaum of the Indiana Transpor- Rockefeller tonight made a general
Tuesday August 2,Mr':Wm. Edwards, and two sisters, Gladys and little Vir-
Britain's refuse! which in tation denial of the woman's charges and
issue making Great advertising subscriptions company.
his ginia May, struck the cart driven by
of Plymouth, will tender resignation -
to give in on any point conspicuous by the past have fallen upon a comparatively Their testimony fitted in with the characterized" her suits as "villainous as a member of that body, and Luther Cosby and another negro
contrast.It small group of citizens. statement secured by States Attorney proceedings.
ask that it be accepted at once on splintered the cart seriously injured
is therefore thought possible that The levy will be so small as to workno Hoyne from J. M. Erickson chief
account of his business relations Cosby, and threw Mrs. Tilden and
class of citi- engineer the Eastland to the effect GERMAN RUSH ON WARSAW IS
Great Britain may now be preparedto hardship upon any on which will necessitate his absence children to the ground as the big car
offer some concession. zens. It will give the city a suffi- that he tried to right the East- HALTED turned '
around
completely and crashed
from the county the greater portionof .
Third it is possible that Great Brit- ciently large budget to properly ad- land seventeen minutes before she Petrograd, July 27.-The stubborn its side. i
the time. upon
ain seeks to delay negotiations with vertise Orlando throughout the coun- went over. resistance of the Russians has apparently -
Mr. Edwards has made a worthyand By a miracle Mrs. Tilden and her
the United States in order to ascer- But these statements did not halt halted the German rush upon
try.Chas. valuable member of the board children were uninjured not even re'I
tain the attitude of Germany toward P. Dow president of the the hunt for "the man higher up" Warsaw and Ivangorod. The Ger- bruise. the wreck
ceiving a However
and his wise counsel and indefatigable -
the demands of this government and Board of Trade, has mailed to every who Hoyne and Clyne are determined mans who crossed the Narew have
them and
unstrung they were taken to
will be sorely missed. B
to wait for the final outcome of the qualified voter the following appealto {I to find out.Judge I been driven northward and attacks energy W. G. Hammond's residence. Mr. L.
his
Just who will be selected as suc-
issues between the United States and vote for the measure: I Landis this afternoon issued I on the outposts of Ivangorod have
W. Tilden
was summoned and arrived J
cessor the Sentinel is not in position
Germany.The "The registration book shows that bench warrants for the arrest of Martin been repelled. The assaults north of
to state -but Mr. H.-- -H.- Witherington, later_____ with un__ nnnthor car to__ take: thorn_____
view taken by the officials of you are qualified to vote in the election Flaton the Chicago manager of Groubechow and southeast of Pultusk to their home.
of Apopka who for a number of
the state department is that the dec- Wednesday, July 28, for the rat- the St. Joseph-Chicago Steamship met the same fate. On the Baltic years The negro was taken to St. Luke's
was on the board has been prominently -
laration of the United States in its ification of the act giving authorityfor company owners of the Eastland as coast the fleet and land forces checkedthe hospital where medical aid was ad-
mentioned as Mr. Edwards' succes-
note to Germany that it is preparedto the levy of a tax for advertisingor well as Captain Pederson Engineer German advance near Tuckum. sor. Should he be selected the people ministered to him by Dr. C. D. Christ. ;
contend for the freedom of the seas publicity purposes of not exceed- Erickson Delbert Fisher first mate He sustained a bad scalp wound and
of west Orange would make no
from whatever quarter violated has ing one mill. The funds so derived and Peter Fisher, a member of the IMPORTANT: VICTORY FOR THE chest His
injuries. condition last
mistake and the educational interestsof
probably been strong enough to impress will be expended by the city commis- crew. i FRENCH
evening not He
was encouraging. 4
the county be well taken care of,as
Great Britain. sioners. They will not be frittered These men will be held to make I London July 27.-By the conquest
at the ice of
he has been "weighed in the balance was an employe plant
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away, but will be used judiciously in their appearance before the federal.of a system of strongly fortified Ger- and found not wanting." the Orlando Water and Light com-

DECREE_ IN LAND CASE; $900,000 furthering Orlando's material growthand grand jury Thursday.Slow man hill top trenches which over- The selection of Mr. Edwards' suc- pany. The other negro with Cosby i_
ORDERED PAID BY COMPANY prosperity. The Orlando Boardof progress was made with the looked the position of the French on not
cessor will probably be by petition of was injured.Mr. l
r BEFORE SEPT. 6 Trade, representing nearly three recovery of bodies today. With 676 slopes of the ridge stretching from the voters to Governor Trammell Tilden was returning to his
hundred business and professionalmen still reported missing only a handfulof Lingekopf to Barrenkopf in the Vos- home and t
from the various precincts comprising travelling at a good rate of
Jacksonville Fla.-Bond holders of the town asks you as a loyal bodies were found bringing the to- ges, the French today dominate the school district No. 3, which includes speed on West Central avenue. The

and interested parties in the welfareof citizen to go to the polls and vote to tal at 9 o'clock to 827. This evening principal part of the valley of Fecht. Apopka, Bay Ridge, Zellwood Clar- cart and its driver was about one

the New South Farm and Home ratify this act." eight divers began to "walk" the bed This is the most important victory cona, Ocoee Winter Garden Oakland square ahead of him. As the auto-

company are now fully expecting that of the river searching for corpses. attained on the western front since and Gotha. mobile bore down upon him Cosby became -

all differences will be adjusted. A BASEBALL RESULTS I The contract for raising the ship I I'I the German drive south toward Sou- The Democratic executive committee confused and wiggled to one

final decree in the case of W. W. ''I has been let and the contractor will chez. some time since established a .side of the street and then started t

Crawford as trustee for the bond National League begin work tomorrow.It I precedent of allowing the precincts :back to the south side. t

holders against the company was Brooklyn 3, Boston 4. is believed that most of the miss- HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE interested to make their own selectionby Mr. Tilden stated that he endeav-

handed down yesterday afternoon by Pittsburgh 8, New York 1. ing bodies will be found when the Washington D. C.-The loss of life petition or election, where the nom- ored to pass on the left side and the

Judge Rhydon M. Call in the U. S. Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 3. ship has been raised. in Canton due to fire and flood is esti- ination was not from the county-at- sudden turning of the cart caused him ,

district court, ordering the paymentof All scheduled. mated in tens of thousands accord large, and as the first named plan has to swerve sharply to the north side.

more than $900,000 including principal American League THE WEATHER ing to a report today from Admiral always been the most satisfactoryand In doing this the left side of the Hud-

J and interest due on the property New York 3, Detroit 7. Winterhalter commanding the Asiatic the least expensive no doubt son struck the cart and demolished it. 'J

JJJ involved. The property will be sold Boston 3, Chicago 1. For Florida: Fair in northwest fleet. The gunboat Calao took 100 that policy will be adhered to. At the same time the front wheels of ;

in Palatka on September 6, unless the Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 4. portion and probably' showers in peninsula bags of rice to Shuyhing July 16 and Chairman Woodruff of the committee the automobile dug into and over the ,

immense payment is made. Washington 1, Cleveland 0. today; light to moderate variable rescued missionaries and fifty blind was out of the city last eveningand curbing and the impetus was so severe .,

The decree came as a result of a Federal League winds. girls from the dykes of that town. could not be reached by telephone that the big car skidded com- :

?_ % stipulation being filed yesterday to Pittsburgh 2, Baltimore 1. but those who keep in touch pletely around and turned on its side .

hasten matters in the case. By vari- Chicago 2, Buffalo 3. Lake Filter with such matters voiced the opinion on the parking. The left rear wheel :

ous reasons the company, of which St. Louis 3, Newark 11. Highland System that the committee would not be was broken the wind shield splintered -

Charles II. Sieg is president, got into Kansas City 5-6 Brooklyn 7-2. called for that purpose. lights demolished and top bent

differences over certain accounts, and Southern League Will Be Completed Shortly out of shape.

Telfair Stockton of this city, was appointed Chattanooga 2, New Orleans 1. I The accident drew a large crowd of
VETERANS OF SPANISH WAR
as receiver. It is believed Mobile 2, Little Rock 1. I spectators from all parts of Orlando.

4 that all of the interested parties will Only games scheduled. The new filtration system which 11-2 inches of charcoal, which will MEET AT JACKSONVILLEAt

now form a new company. Contractor Hamilton Johnson has remove vegetation and other im LABOR DAY WILL BE OBSERVEDIN '

# FIRE AT BROOKSVILLE; o.UI-1 been constructing at Lake Highland purities.The Jacksonville yesterday the an- ST. AUGUSTINE

JUSTICE FORD MAY GRANT: NEW I AGE AMOUNTS TO ABOUT for several months for the Orlando ; gates themselves are arrangedto nual encampment of the Florida division -

TRIAL TO BECKER TEN THOUSAND Water and Light company is now slide in grooves in the concrete so United Spanish War Veterans St. Augustine Fla. Labor Day

I nearing completion. The pouring of that when it is desired to replace the was called to order at 10 o'clock in will be appropriately observed in the

New York, July .-Supreme Court BrooksjfUe, Fla.-A fire Monday i the cement into the huge forms will filtration material they may be raisedto the forenoon. Considerable interestin Ancient City. As usual the local of 1

Justice Ford may say tomorrow destroyed three buildings in the busi- I be completed this week. About two the surface and cleaned. While one this encampment is ping shown by the carpenters' and joiners union will

whether Charles Becker shall have a I ness district with a loss of $10,000. weeks will be required for the con- of the gates is being cleaned the win- local veterans.The be in charge of the arrangements as- j

third trial or be brought to New Yorkto For a time the new J. A. Jennings crete to "cure" and then two more dow-like opening below the surface number of those who attended sisted by the other labor organizations ;'

tell on the witness stand the story i brick block was considered in danger days will be consumed in lowering the which it occupied is closed with a from Orlando is not known. Amongthe of the city. Secretary S. T.

which was withheld during his two as was the First National bank and big block of filtration gates to the false gate which prevents any but local veterans are G. A. Perry, Kidder, Jr., of the chamber of commerce -

trials. I i the postoffice, but through efficient bottom of the lake. I filtered water getting into the intake ,ignal corps U. S. A.; Josh Dunna- is also giving cordial co-opera- ':

While Justice Ford would make no work of the "bucket brigade" these The filtration system is composedof chamber. The other eleven gates are way Jesse Bumby Jr., Will Boyce, tion in making the celebration a suc- \

comment upon his plans and opinions, buildings were saved.KICKAPOOS twelve filtration gates arranged perfectly capable of filtering sufficient and T. L. Hancock. cess.

it became known that he was not yet I three on each side of a hollow con- water to make up for the short- There are seven camps of veteransin

prepared to say "no" to Becker's ap CANT: CUSS crete walled chamber. These gates age when one gate is closed the Florida division from which BOMBARD TURKISH POSITIONSParis.

peal. are 3 by 10 feet in dimension and altogether I The walls of the block of gates as delegations are expected to be in at-

Powhattan Kas.-There are no cuss give a filtering surface of well as the floor and top of the intake tendance at th reunion these camps .-A Havas dispatch from

SIGN MULE CONTRACT: words in the Kickapoo Indian lan- 360 square feet. This will filter a chamber are of solid concrete being Merton A. Wilcox Camp No. 1, Athens says bombardment of Turkish t

guage, is the statement of George million gallons of water per day if strengthened with two tons of reinforcing of Fort Dade; Joe Wheeler Camp No. positions inside the Dardanelles has ;

Atlanta, Representatives of Davis former register of deeds "'in the water only filters through at the steel. The weight of this 2, of Tampa; William ){. Harson continued for the past three days, the s

the British government it was I(Brown county, who lived on a farm rate of one-sixteenth of an inch per mass of steel and concrete will ap- Camp No. 3, of Palatka; A. H. Calla allies' object being to destroy the enemy's t
learned tonight, have the Indian No. 5, of West DeSoto positions on the Asiatic shore.
signed a con adjoining reservation. Asa second. I proximate one hundred tons. Camp Key ; .it,
tract with local live stock dealers to .!I boy he learned the Indian language The water in passing through these |I All of the concrete work for the Camp No. 6, of Arcadia; John W. '4 -

purchase one hundred mules daily fort I from his playmates. The profanity gates to the inner chamber where it system is to be completed above water. Sackett Camp No.7, of Lakeland All this week, 5 1,000-sheet rolls t.

an indefinite period at $160 a head. I I used by the Indians is all of English is taken into the intake pipe passes 'The forms have been built on thirty and Major Thomas M. Woodruff toilet paper for 25c. Curtis & O'Neal,
't Deliveries will begin Monday. I I II I( Continued I Camp of Jacksonville. book store. \
1 .derivation. 1|through a 4-inch layer of sand and ( on page 5)

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TANIA VICTIMS LUSI-I I SOME FOREMEN AT BRIDGE- ;

PORT REFUSE TO TAKE I
In an article in the curent issue of Queenstown.-Westley Frost, Amer- Paris, France.-The way a German ,
Farm and Fireside automobiles are ican consul at Cork, reports that submarine heading for a loaded Brit- HACK STRIKERS Fancy Irish PotatoesWe

taken up and discussed as labor sav- among the bodies of the Lusitania victims ish transport was put to flight by an
ing and time saving dev C'es. Follow- recently washed ashore on the allied aeroplane is described by the Bridgeport.-Refusal of several department -
ing is an extract from the article Irish coast, the following have been Seddul Bahr correspondent of the superintendents in the Rem- have purchased several barrels of

showing how farmers need automo- identified definitely: Matin. ington arms and ammunition plant to the largest and best the*
potatoes on
biles: Harry J. Keser, of Philadelphia, An aviator saw the underwaterboat take back striking machinists prevented -
"No one class of men has more real and Victor F. Shields, of Cincinnati preparing to launch a torpedoand full resumption of work todayby market and will sell them for 30c perpeck.

need for a car than does the farmer.To first cabin, and :Mrs.: Rosina T. Lev- gave the alarm. He also dropped several sub-contractors.
most fanners a car is an invest- erich, second cabin. bombs at the submarine. None took
ment, to most other men it is a luxury The Irish authorities expect the effect but they forced the submarineto KISSIMMEE TO VOTE ON BONDS Ginger AleWe

-at least a point must be tides at this season will bring other plunge deeper. Soon afterwards, AUGUST 7
stretched to figure out how it is really bodies ashore. I however, the periscope reappearedand
and truly an investment. the aviator dropped two more Kissimmee, Fla.-Kissimmee's free- have several cases and will close

"The experience of a business man DOUBLE HANGING AT PENSA-, bombs. The submarine then fled. holders will vote on bonds for several them out 15c bottle llc, 25c bottle 20c.
living some distance from his!' place of COLA AUG. 20 improvements, the aggregate of which
business will be interesting here. 1 1 is $70,000, August 7. Each item will
DOUBLY UNLUCKY DAY FOR
"This car was a five passenger tour- Pensacola, Fla.-Death warrants NEGRO I be voted upon separately. Trading Checks

ing car in the $1,500 class. It was reached here today from the governor Tallahassee, Fla.-Governor Park I- ,
driven an average of ten miles a day for Ed Maddox and Emmett Thomas, Trammell has set the execution of
with three passengers. both negroes, and sets the date of John Wade, colored, convicted in We now have a supply on hand. .
"This car cost $1,500, and at the their execution for the 20th of next I Hillsborough county of rape, for Friday -I What do you
end of the three years sold for $600. month. Maddox shot and killed a I August 13. The death warrant '
The depreciation amounted to more white man out in the country, while I has been signed by the governor and hope for in a .

than the first cost of some five pas- Thomas was convicted of cutting the forwarded to Sheriff W. C. Spencer at varnish ? Our
senger cars. The repairs were madeat throat of a negress. The warrants I Tampa. No action has been taken in Grocery CompanyTwo

commercial garages. The item of were read to the two men today. Both ;the case of Erskine Walthis, colored,
expense will be reduced to almost appealed to the supreme court but the ,under sentence of death for murderin Phones: 3 and 200
nothing by a farmr who cares for his latter upheld the decision of the lower: the first degree. His petition for
6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla..ttl'IIII'III""IIIO'IIIICII'jllllall"'IOIII'C
own car. The labor charge at a gar- court. 'commutation of sentence is pending i .
age is more than the cost of the repair -
part itself, rates ranging from A1'ONV
50 cents to $1 an hour. I have a I Where Shall I Go To School? TRO *++
friend whose garage bill for the repair -
oT his car was $14.15. On investigation FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FORTallahassee THE STATE UNIVERSITY
he found that the 15 cents WOMEN Gainesville! Fla.
was for a bolt and the $14 for labor! Fla. k1RwsffEii t
"But even at the figures shown his Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the i tI 25 DiscountFor
traveling did not cost him as much as best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the i I CENT
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country. North
it would have cost to travel the same and East.
Modern buildings and equipment; When you buy varnish for your :
number of miles by buggy or 37S students last session. Total
wagon all modern conveniences. en- floors you hope that it will improve t
"This man traveled an average distance 437 student regular term; 1C3 rollment 630, including Summer the appearance of those floors and
of 10 miles a day. This required summer term; total enrollment last |School. that it will be durable. the benefit of our customers -

about half an hour for each of the session 636.Tuition Unfortunately much that is sold for
three persons in the car. Whereas it mal School.Free in College and Nor- I j:semester Tuition for free law., excepting $_O.OO per for floor YOLLawson's varnish wont realize that hope we will give a 25

would have required at least two For Catalogue and information,
write For further information, addressA. Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas per cent cash discount on
hours a flay to have made the same a wonderful deep lustrous finish it is
with EDWARD CONRADI, President. A. MURPIIREE, President. easily applied because it works easily. It
trip a driving team, and three
is unequalled for durability and will not all goods sold during the
with a work team.! Also it costs scratch white It dries absolutely dust- j
free in from five to seven hours and gets
about 60 cents a day to feed a team I hard in twenty-four hours. month of July and August. "
of horses. So that by the time jou vb I Iw As for economy. Lustro has a covering
that is wonderfulTry
figure in the time involved, and the capacity 1,
out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
costs of operation, the balance is in Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatisfactory.
.
favor of the automobile-Even when ..
the cost per mile is as high as it is FINLEY'S "PIONEER" Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
in this case." F I.rr PAINTS AND WALLPAPER

DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
BRITISH NOBLEMAN OFFERING Pine and Court Streets
PRIZES FOR DESTRUCTION Phone 67 Orange Ave. and Church SL Orlando Fla.

OF DIRIGIBLES ,

London.-Five thousand dollars each
for the first ten dirigible balloons destroyed -

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; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of the care
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tory and lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock.It .
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Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves and how
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0. W. Conner.
bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the ONLY PLACE in

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

Ct 0 Your grove is bound to be a paying investment if you use our stock.

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

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

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

t 41 t 6 building, and placed Mr. G. G. Wright in charge. Call on him now and arrange for your supply of

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

R t a YL for your money, and how it is grown. Write him for catalogue now, and post up on "PEDIGREED

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LETTER FROM WASHINGTONEditor The laurel oak and water oak are hope that many who knew him will I SEEN IN ORLANDO YESTERDAYBoy
especially good: trees for street plant- settle in their minds the fact that :
ing and well adapted to the region. A ST. JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONS
Sentinel:-The various views number of the eucalyptus trees are plain, honest living, speaking and do- riding bicycle "no hands" and
appearing in the papers on the sub- known to be at home in southern ing are what count most in the final smiling as girl friend approached.
ject of tree planting along the county Florida and among them eucal.ptustereticornis wind-up of earthly affairs, and are Postman not reading correspondence ;
is the best. E. I
roads of Orange make interesting resinosa and E.perhaps robusta also grow worth more to mankind than great on post card. Sanford to JacksonvilleAND
reading for those who have the wel- well there, in case you desire a greater talents or riches. Market boy in southern part of the i I
fare of our section at heart. A glance variety of these trees. The pepper LINDSAY S. PERKINS. city riding bicycle on paved street. '
at w beautiful streets of Orlando, tree which you doubtless know, is Washington, July 23, 1915. Stout woman blocking postoffice I I RETURNIncluding :
much used in tropical portions of this
Wa-'gton and other shaded cities entrance while reading long letter.
,
country and is very handsome and a '
will convince any one of the value of rapid growing tree. Its beautiful, WEST HEADS THE LAWYERS Those "young" folks who amuse 1 I
shade trees. long pendulous branches are extremely only themselves with continuous chat $7.06

There is naturally diversity of opinion course graceful., perfectly The at camphor home in tree southern is, of Atlantic Beach, Fla.-Attorney ter at a local theatre Saturday, "still
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.1 as to the best kind of tree to Florida, but of all the trees recom- General Thomas F. West, of Tallahassee talking. f '
plant. This is an important matter, mended this is the slowest in its Parcel postman delivering a Ford meals and berth
will succeed lIon. Will H. Price,
growth and therefore, would requirea
-of the
and mistakes in that line will cost "Rocky" variety.
long time in which to give acceptable of Marianna, of the Flor- :
much time and money. Let us be results as a shade tree. Special as president Girl causing young man to miss his i I Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days
sure we have the right kind of tree interest attached to this tree how- ida Bar association, he having been train by snatching his hat as he I
before we go ahead with the plant- ever, makes it desirable. to include it elected along with C. E. Pelot of Jack- alighted from the automobile and attempted LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER"CCT

ing. It has long been my settled policy in your trees planting.The suggested are all long sonville, as secretary, at the closing to make the moving passen-

to put such questions up to Uncle lived and, with the possible exceptionof session of the annual meeting of the ger train. i : "
Sam. In the department of agricul- the pepper tree and the camphortree association here Saturday afternoon.The The party who is said to be en- : .. 3
ture are men who have spent their they are as storm firm as rea- gaged in a business which will soon i
be following were elected to serveas
sonably can expected.
lives in studies on special subjects; Very truly yours, members of the executive committee bereft him of all manhood-writing Leaves Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 11:30: A.M. s

they live for their own particular GEO. B. SUDWORTII, : R. Anderson, William Hunter anonymous letters.Bargaill. I
branch of science, and their opinionson Dendrologist.Now (of Tampa), F. P. Winthrop, and W. A combination daylight and searchlight trip a
the branches upon which they a"re it remains to find out where II. Baker. of 400 miles through the heart of Florida

engaged have the weight of judicial the laurel oak, eucalyptus and pepper The meeting was brought to a for- 3
authority; they are free from preju- trees can be found in quantity and at mal close Saturday night with the
dice, to the public, entirely Clyde St. Johns River Line ]
ready serve the right price. Perhaps the county annual banquet at the Atlantic Beach
practical, and I have never yet authorities could find out all this by hotel. Wives of members present and
failed to get an answer to my inqui- writing to Mr. Sudworth direct. The other invited guests were in attend- -
ries of them. It is a great thing to water oaks and camphor trees can no ance and the affair was one of the ti

have such avenues of knowledge open doubt be found in Orange county. most succssful marking the close of PEACHES! PEACHESElberta J
to us. These experts have saved me The ordinary Australian blue gum, any convention ever held by the asso-
money, time and vexation, time and eucalyptus globulus, was tried in Or- ciation.
again, by their sound advice. ange county thirty years ago. It is Besides Hon. Peter W. Mddrin, of and Georgia Belle j
4 So I put up this shade tree matterto one of the most rapidly growing treesin
Savannah, president of the AmericanBar
the the mat- New house, 8 rooms and bath. lOc 20c and 30c a basket
highest authority on
the world. I saw a tree in west Association, and Judge C. L. Wilson -
ter in the government service (and Orange six years old that was fully Marianna, two of the speakers Location perfect, 4 blocks from Fresh stock daily. Crate lots a specialty
that means as good as any in the sixty feet high, but it was too tender on the program, the following also
world), the dendrologist of the United for that climate, and a splendid row addressed the gathering during the center of city, east side. Lemons 20c per dozen. I

States department of agriculture, Mr. of the trees on the farm of Mr. Win- afternoon session: Judge Daniel A. 1 For quick sale $3000. Cash or Pineapples the little Sweetlands 3 for lOc
B. Sudworth. This knows
George man kelmann, now of Winter Garden (per- Simmons, Jacksonville; Joseph Jones,
conditions in Orange county as wellas haps the first man in the county to Orlando; E. R. Gunby, Atlanta and terms. North Carolina, Rocky Ford Cantaloupes, .
in the District of Columbia, and all plant shade trees on the public road), Tampa.
over the country. It is not the first were destroyed by a freeze in Janu- Hon. Will H. Price delivered his 5c and lOc

time I have consulted him about trees, ary, 1886. annual address as president of the as- I I Fresh Country Eggs, 25c a dozen
and each time the answer came, I want to write a few lines in mem- .
sociation and he was followed by Mr.
prompt, careful, comprehensive, clear, ory of my old friend, Captain A. P. Mddrin' of Atlanta, president of the CARL DANN Fine Spring Chickens 25c to 28c lb
and as authoritative as a text-book. Newheart, who died at Ocoee not long national association.
I asked Mr. Sudworth to state just ago. There was a man who lived not j. w. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH STi
what trees he would recommend for II for himself alone, but for all who ,

l shading the new brick highways in I might come after him; an honest, unpretentious Arcade Pressing ClubUnder I I
Orange county, Florida, assuring him ; worker for the upbuilding -

that public interest in the matter I of his chosen state and county, a New Management riMMMMMMIOMMMUMMMMMMMMMMMISMMtBREAKERS J
there was growing,and sent him some staunch friend and a true, Christian
newspaper clippings on the subject. gentleman. He is the man who,more HOTEL
Following is his answer: than any other, introduced the velvet First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. Made right in
U. S. Department Forest Service of Agriculture bean into his section, and some, to the shop. Guaranteed Fit. I i DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA I

Washington, July 20, 1915. this day, call that useful plant the Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy.
Mr. L. S. Perkins, Pension Office, "Newheart bean." He was one of the Also Cleaning, Pressing, RepairingAnd Hot and Cold running water in every room
Washington D. C. pillars of his community; he and his
Dear Sir:-Your letter of July 17 noble wife were among the best and All Kinds of Alterations done LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
is received and I take pleasure in rec- Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to
the most respected of all our old
ommending the use of the followingtrees $10 week American Plan.
for the planting in which you neighbors, and it is painful to feel per ,
Work called for and delivered.
are interested: Laurel oak (Quercus that we will never again clasp his New Bath House Free to Guests
laurifplia), water oak (Q. nigra-Q.
honest hand, and hear his words of
aquatics), pepper tree (Schinus MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop.
molle), eucalyptus tereticorni, cam- sincere greeting. But his good exam- Phone 448 24 E. Pine St. r
phor tree (Camprora officinarum). ple did not die with him, and let us 111"11'1'.111111.11111111111'111"1'1111".1 I

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


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


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


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


of established lines at extraordinary prices. Come early WednesdayandThursday 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, ;


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THE DAILY STORIES TOLD BY POLICE DEPARTMENT i ENDORSE U. S. ,
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STATISTICS.There SELF SUSTAINING? ENTOMOLOGIST.Florida l lM

South Florida Sentinel remain four days in July. Already For 1914 the earnings of the Orlando Grower: The following en-

MORNING AND WEEKLY this month has broken last mayor's court or police court dorsement of the U. S. entomologist, .

-. 1:. GLENN .............._.....Editor year's record for July when it comes amounted to $4,406.50. For the first now stationed at Orlando, was unanimously I
V C. ESSINGTON ..... Business Manager
to building operations and building' quarter of 1915 fines and forfeitures adopted by the board of directors -

Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida permits issued to individuals. July, from the mayor's court totalled $909, of the Florida Citrus Exchange.

as Second Class Mail Matter. 1915, to date breaks the building op- and for the second quarter fines and We believe that W. W. Yothers deserves I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES erations for June, 1914, and Jun, forfeitures amounted to $546.50. In such recognition because of his'I
Das,. 1 Year ........................ *5-00 tip
in research work and becausehe
Dan,. 6 Months ...................... 2.W 1915. other words, the court for one-half of activity I nh tt hirt
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1-25 For July, 1915, to date, twenty this year has earned $1,455.50, as is at all times anxious to get the : n Ill
Daily. I Month ....................... .WWeekly.
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building permits have been issued compared with $4,406.50 for the en- results of his work to the grower di-

1 Year ...................... I LOO
There loss for the
from the city clerk's office totaling tire year 1914. is a rect.We

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN $36,110. This good showing includes, half year of 1915 of something like believe the spraying of trees

residences, dwellings, and improve- $700. To equal last year's showingthe for the combatting of insect pests to I

ADVERTISERS ments. mayor's court must obtain from be of the utmost importance. During

Copy for display and all other hand-set For the same month of last year fines and forfeitures for the next six this last year the Grower printed aJe
advertising must be handed-in at.the business
.See .( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... there were sixteen building permitsfor months nearly $3,000. It is not likely I|I many important articles on sprayingand
the dar 'before p.. lintion. This rule applies of them written
to chanted for contract advertisinc: it is $44,335. Excluding one church that this will be done. many were by

:arariDle aid win he atridl adhered to. permit of $25,000 this would reduce The decrease in the earnings of the Mr. Yothers.

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d&con- the: individual permits to $19,335, less mayor's court may be explained in We believe in community sprayingas

tinned should notify the office in writing on by $17,000 than those for July, 1915. one of several ways. First, the average practiced at Florence Villa and

continued the date of at exciration.the. regular otherwise subscription it will rates.be For June, 1914 twenty-four per- man-the working man or la Winter Haven. In this section the

until notice to stop is received. watch his are almost a unit for the Exchange CAUSE fOR QUICK ACTION
mits issued build- borer-has to growers
representing pennies
Teleph.ae Namb-r ...................... ** were
ing operations amounting to $12,820; closer than in 1914. Instead of buying I and for co-operative methods

R'EU\ESDAI-JOLT 28. 1915.; and for June, 1915 there were twelve I I booze and getting all fired up ; all along the line, which tends to

permits for $16,235. Consequently it i with red "licker" he has curtailed his I prove that they are a progressive sort

Looks and acts like the "rainy season would appear that July, 1915, was a expenses and stowed away what he of people. At Florence Villa the as-

." banner month for improvements. ; would have paid for mail orders and sociation makes the spray and sells it Our
recent purchase of Men's Fine
to the at which is
o Statistics and figures can not lie. fines. growers cost

Fatal automobile accidents continueto In view of the general depression Second, the public is becoming edu- ing the co-operative idea out carrY-I Shirts from this well known manufac-

occur in spite of repeated warn- caused by the European war it would cated. Instead of racing his automo- fuller extent. If any grower in the
enables
offer
ings of "safety first." seem that Orlando is in a highly bile through Orlando at fifty miles an community refuses to spray his trees I turer us to you unprece-

--; -- healthy condition. That there is hour the average motorist has come the association asks permission to dented values in seasonable shirts

The busy man has less time for plenty of money to build homes with to realize the futility of paying $10 spray that grove without expense to

worry but 'the worry bug hangs and make improvements is evident. fines for nonsensical performanceswhen the owner and in so doing they figure At Reduced PricesMen

around just like the mosquito.The to hard times for Orlando and Orange the same $10 would buy suffi- that they are protecting themselves.

o county-this year or any other cient gasoline to run his four, six, However, there are few growers indeed .

hardest worked people seem to year! eight or twelve cylinder car approxi- in this section of Polk county who know values---who appre- '

be those who are either just going on o mately COO miles. that are not too proud to accept this ciate
smart styles---ought to come now to
a vacation or have recently got home. REPUTATION FOR GETTING An acute situation produced by the aid, and in consequence the groves of

o WHAT HE WENT AFTER. European war which has severely af- the neighborhood are practicallyclean. see the offering in our sale of the famous

Those pessimists who don't think fected the class who would ordinarilyget The endorsement reads as fol-
United States Senator N. P. Bryanis
they will ever have peace in Mexico drunk because the beast in the lows: t
in the field for re-election to the
should take heart; Italy finally wentto man dictated; and because one's judg- Whereas, the external blemishes '
position he now holds. He is a young T.R A.DE:
war. ment has put two and two togetherand caused by insect pests and mites are
man and has probably not fully de-
o- realized the folly of law viola- largely responsible for the undue pro-
veloped his capabilities as a legislator. -
A nonentity is a man who has to : tions-these two reasons will make portion of second and third grade

tell people who the girl was that he the Orlando police court fall short of fruit in this state and which can be
Many of the older residents of this
married before they are able to recol- section will remember his father, J. last year's earnings by at least $1,500, easily controlled, thereby raising the MAR'K
I if percentage of first grade fruit
lect him. not more. ; d
M. Bryan, for several terms !
repre-
Whereas, it is evident that insect
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sentative of Orange county, in the
A valued exchange says that sleep- Florida legislature as a man who The way to learn advertising: is to pests and mites cause much damageto SHIRTSBEST.KNOWff

ing until 11 o'clock on Sunday morn- advertise. the the trees and thereby prevent them
won a reputation for getting what he By doing thing :you
not be serving the Lord, but from bearing their full capacity which II
ing may went after when he went to Tallahas- can master whatever small percentage KNOWN'ASSTHEIBESTj-
it is not serving the Devil.If of science or psychology of sci- increases the cost of production;
see.He Whereas the price obtained for cit- I
o was not a brilliant man and ence there may be in it.
this isn't the grandest country in rus fruits necessitates the lowering of
could not make speech ten lines a
the world to you and Orlando the best the cost of production which can be Mere price comparison means noth-
long. But he was shrewd, well bal- LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL
town on the map, maybe you would anced, and knew done by killing the insects;
always what he
better try it awhile in Poland or Mex- wanted. He knew men and knew how Pine Castle IncorporationPine Whereas, methods for the controlof ing. It's what you get for what you pay.

ico. to win their support. insect pests and mites have been That is the real measure of values.
Castle, Fla., July 27, 1915.
o largely developed by the bureau of
When he met "Bill" and "Jim" he
Messrs. Glenn and Essington:
One of the chief reasons why Or- entomology, Orlando, Florida;
,found out just what "Bill" and "Jim" I
When the mass meeting for the incorporation -
Resolved, that it is the sentimentof
shows in
lando to a disadvantage :
up wanted, and he found a way to be of of Pine Castle is called,
the directors of the Florida Citrus s3L
her census returns is because some of
assistance to them. When the proper do you think you could attend?
Exchange to recommend these meth-
the test families are always left off
tim; came he assisted and of I
course, The speakers will probably be
the list. ods to the citrus growers of this state.
the men he assisted would stand for Judge Warlow, Senator L. C. Tllassey,
Be it further resolved, that a copy .
o anything he wanted. He made a host and Attorney Victor Starbuck.I ?
of these resolutions be
Summer hotels always' advertise the given to the
of loyal friends who would help him don't know how soon this will be, Florida Grower and the state y t
beautiful in which they are press.
scenery get the goods when he needed their but it will come up before long and ry
located, but the first and last inquiry -
help. of course is a very important meetingto y
BUILDING
PERMITS FOR JULY
made by prospective guests is as to
Whether the son is equally diplo- Pine Castle and also to this coun-

what they have to eat. matic is as yet unsolved. If he is, his '
ty.If For July 191520$36,110.Four .
o opponents must watch him. attend I will 1 ri
women probably go; _
( remaining days of July.)
If you can't kick up your heels and
o but if not, I will not be able to writeit For .
feel good there is something the mat- July 191416.U,335.Church :.
Every business man in Orlando will up very intelligently.Yours .
( $25,000. ,
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ter with you. If you can't see the ,, e ;
appreciate the following from Walt truly For June 1915 12
good and the beautiful in this old -$16,235.
Mason: "The business man is tired, MRS. S. FRANK PHILLIPS For June, 1914- 1-$12,820. ,
world, you would better consult an
oculist. with tears his eyes are dim; the rest Sentinel Correspondent. 1

o he's long desired is still sidesteppinghim. James Washington, 1 story frame;

His weariness has grown to bea PYTHIANS NAME HARRY WADETO
Know the true value of time; $225.Miss $1.50 Shirts now $1.25
public wheeze. Grief marks him for SUCCEED UNION B. HUNT Alice Whitman, 6 room resi- '\
seize and
snatch
enjoy every moment
its own, and will not
give him
of it. No idleness, no delay' no ease. dence; $1,100. Shirts
For all hat passers beg a chance to $2.00 now $1.65
procrastination; never put off till tomorrow Indianapolis Ind.-Announcement Dave Lockhart, frame shop; $100.

what can do today.- rub him down, and deftly pull his leg was made Saturday, July 24, of the Corinne Burkhard, residence; 1800.
you
Chesterfield. for kopeck, yen and crown. Is therea election of Harry Wade of Indianapolis Ethel B. Stevens, 1 story frame; $2.50 and $3.00 Shirts now $1.95

scheme on deck to paint the railway as the president of the insurance $600.

According to the o calculations made tracks? The merchant's shapely neckis department of the supreme lodge, County officers' garage; $40. $3.50 $3.75 and $4.00 Shirts

by Prof. Crawford at the students' first to feel the ax. Is there a Knights of Pythias, with headquarters Henry C. Baldwin, frame dwelling; ,

at Cal. Mol- kindly plan to send the poor some in the Indiana Pythian building. I
observatory Berkeley $800.Dr. now
lish's comet, which has been visible ducks? The weary business man must Mr. Wade takes the place' of the late :1. B. Swift residence; $7,100.L. .

from the earth for several months, cough up seven bucks. Is there a Union Banner Hunt, which temporarily D. Long, bungalow; $1,500.E. $2.85"f

made its perihelion passage around project big, to gild the village' pump? has been held by T. J. Carling R. Hotaling, dwelling addition;

the sun Tuesday of 'last week. The business man must dig his sav- of Macon, Ga. Mr. Carling is a mil $250.B. .

ings in a lump. For every cheerful lionaire, who, because of his interestin Beacham, residence addition;
o fake devised by Jack or Jill, the busi- .
Readers have more faith in the Pythianism accepted the presi- $14,000.J. The Great Value of

things they read in the morning ness man must take some roubles dency at the time of Mr. Hunt's death L. Long, dwelling; $1,000.

than they have in the from his till. The hobos in the jail until other arrangements could be M. 0. Dovel & Son, improvement;
newspapers must have a Christmas tree; oh, merchant made. $875. These Shirts
The careful of
evening. editing morn-
made hand the kale-be generous Mr. Wade is immensely popular in Geo. Kilpatrick, dwelling; $350.
ing newspapers, possible by
and free! A widow needs a pup to Samuel Krebel
Knights of Pythias circles, especiallyin dwelling; $600.
their long time for preparation has
"
built this reader-faith that now keep the tramps away; oh, merchant Indiana where he has served as Jos. Ferris, residence; $2,650.J. offered at their regular prices make this
up
loosen up, be liberal today! A good of records H. Caldwell, barn $35.
grand keeper and seal since ;
applies to advertising news as well as electric fan sale unusually interesting to you now.
the
the stories county poorhouse 1903. He also has been secretary of Joe Y. Cheney, residence; $2,800.J. .
the
to o reporters gather. needs; oh, sad-eyed business man, the building' commission. He will re- W. Rex, additions; $210. We have them in plain white, also stripesin

The Fort Lauderdale Sentinel shell out a dozen seeds! The businessman sign these two positions, though it is Anthony Gary, dwelling; $75. shades.
says all the leading
must fall for
every such demand,
that Governor Trammell has possible that he will continue to hold
never his back against the wall, his check FRENCH DESTROY
been defeated for office. The same is them until October, when he grand AUSTRIAN
book in his
hand! NAVAL DEPOT
true of Wall lodge meets. He already has assumed
Perry Albert Gilchristand .. ..
Nathan Bryan.-Pensacola News. o charge of the insurance department. Toulon, France.-The new French -
We will have to hand it to Orlandoas His election to the
That puts it up to Perry Wall to presidency was destroyer Le Bisson has demolishedthe

smash three defeatless records whichhe having more automobiles, accord- made by the board of control of the Austrian submarine and aero-

can be relied upon to do.-Tampa ing to the assessor's books, than Lake- insurance department. Mr. Wade's plane depot on Lagosta island (the

Times. land. In matters of minor importancelike home was at Lafayette before he southernmost of the Dalmatian groupin
Co
)Ir. Wall writes the Sentinel' that that we are quite willing that came to Indianapolis twelve years the Adriatic sea) with the loss to i Dickson-Ives

he will be in Orlando this week. Con- :I our neighbor city should get all the ago. the French of only one man killed.

sequently many Orlando people will happiness she can, but automobilesare Mr. W. R. O'Neal, of Orlando, is a The commander of the first torpedo

become better acquainted with the a varying quantity, and a few member of the board of control of the boat and submarine division of the

next senator. more or less proves nothing in ap- Knights of Pythias. Mediterranean fleet to which the Bis-

o praising the permanent resources ofa son belonged' has issued an order STORE.
ARTMENT
We wonder if the editor or other: community.-Lakeland Telegram. RED CROSS OUT OF FUNDS: ; DOC- highly commending Lieutenant Com- .DrP ... .
o -- TORS AND NURSES WILL mander Lesort for his brilliant ex- /1/
of
news gatherer a paper has ever
Abe Martin says: "Miss Maggie LEAVE BATTLEFIELD ploit. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
come up to you and said: "Well, what
do you know in the news line today?" Moots wuz married t'day in spite of The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy
all that kind an' lovin' friends coulddo. Washingotn, D. C.-Decision of the Poughkeepsie, N. Y.-Thirty fire-
have and of trustworthy
Probably they probably you of fair dealing, merchandise
have said: "Why, can't say I know a Ever'day some feller gits caughtwho'd American Red Cross to withdraw on men were injured in explosions caused I at right pricesI

thing," and yet, nine times out of ten, rather be a defauter than be October 1 its doctors and nurses from by a fire which early today destroyeda ,

you know some little item that is of accused o' not holdin' up his end." the European battlefields was arrivedat. business block, including several

interest and if it doesn't: show up in o Lack of funds is given as the rea- meat packing plants. The damagewas

the paper that day you're as mad as Statistics show that there are more son by Miss Mabel T. Boardman, estimated at $250,000.BASEBALL .

a hatter. Don't be backward about insane men than insane women in chairman of the Red Cross relief committee -

telling news items. If you don't see Florida. This condition may be un- who announced that on the
derstood when realizes date mentioned the general fund
one that
some one connected with the paper, the ag- Orlando vs. Sanford, Thursday
call up the office. Our phone numberis men are "crazy over the women.- gregating $1,560,000 will have been July 29, at 3:30 p. m., at the Driving =
24. Palatka Times-Herald.: exhausted. Park. Admission 25c. 7-28-2tc '

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foot piles which were sunk fifteen
D.UWednesday the meeting in the Presbyterian -
SOCIAL C.\LE all-day
feet in the lake bottom, making a EXTRAEXTRA! !
church parlors yesterday and the
July 28. ring around the spot where the gatesare
time was very pleasantly spent. A THE LAST APPEARANCE OF
Twentieth .Century Club will meet to be placed.
nice dinner was served at 12:30 and
with MiMHope Starbuck. When the concrete is poured into
.Mrs. Phil pemons hostess to the the business meeting of the Ladies' I "THE STERLINGS"See
the forms one large steel hook at each
Younger Matrons Aid called at 2 m. These
was p.
achelor Girls. corner will be cast in the concrete. them in the
affairs will continue throughthe
pleasant After the "curing" process has been
summer months on the last Tues- "FIRE DANCE"
OARD OF5VERNORS completed the block of gates, fifteen S r ) rJt
of each month.
MET.A day feet square and twenty-three feet in

called meeting of the board of height, will be lowered twelve or four-
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Con- "AS HE BLEW HE BLEW THE
governors of the Associated Charities teen feet to the lake bed. The lower- .
cord Park school will give an :-
Sunday
vas held at the San Juan hotel yes- ing will be accomplished by buildinga DOVE OF PEACE" ALWAYS ON TIME 0
ice at the Rest Roomon
afternoon at four o'clock. cream supper tower around the block of ,
erday gates
be he who carries of our watches. For they beat the in
Lake Dot, Wednesday evening, at can one sun
before of those clever Mina
Another
The principal business to come making connections with the four
7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of rais- accuracy. See our new thin model watches if you would have a
the board was the report of the steel hooks cast in the concrete, and
ing money: for the erection of their Comedies. time piece that takes up hardly any room. They are especially
made last Friday to secure I the of
[anvass lowering mass by a system
for evening dress though men find them
adapted
new chapel. Please come and help us. ; many equallyfine
I unds with which to continue the workf levers and chain hoists.
--0-- for everyday wear. See them any way.
the association. About $300 in The water in Lake Highland is
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Rudicill quietly "ONE LAW BREAKER"A
lash was collected by the ladies in rather lower than usual at the pres- ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.

\harge of the canvassing, and a number but very happily celebrated their first ent time, being, as mentioned, about Lubin Drama. ,

of pledges were made which will wedding anniversary Monday, July 26. twelve feet six inches deep at the location [b .d]

}>e paid later. They declare that it has been a very of the filter system. The lakeis _. =0= .

Several cases of destitution have short year.Miss however, rising, and will probablysoon "THE BROODING HEART" __ .__ h_
been brought to the notice of be its
already at normal level again.
Remember two
coats of Patton'sYelumina
Eliza left Drama.
Wright yesterday A Biograph
the organization and relief has been i When this system is completed and gives results equal to three
extended. for Daytona where she will spend sev- :in use Orlando will have an excellent or four coats of ordinary flat wall
eral days enjoying a well earned va- paints. Remember it needs size
r Charitieswill no
Offices for the Associated I pure water supply, for after passing

be opened in the Dr. Christ build- cation. I through the layers of sand and char- "THE HEART OF A WAIF"An or laps surfacer or brush, flows marks easily, gives, shows a rich no,

ing on Central avenue in the course coal the water will be as pure as uniform tone, and dries with a film,
Edison Drama.
of a day or two. A competent woman ADDITIONAL LOCALS the purest in the country. washable and dur ble.

will be in charge and the office will Contractor Johnson has, as is his I{ paints Agents and for wallpaper.high-grade varnishes,

; be kept open from 9 to 11 a. m. Miss Ophelia Gray and her guest, custom, used only the best of mate-

It was decided to hold meetings of Miss Genevieve Redding, the daughter rials and the most careful methods of Gentlemen: Another Box of

the board of governors on the first of W. A. Redding, vicepresidentof construction in preparing this filtra- those Good Cigars Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct

and third Tuesdays in each month. the Florida National bank in Jack- tion system, and the result will be

\Little other business of importancewas sonville, spent yesterday at Pass-a- that the water supply for Orlando I 205 S. Orange Avenue

transacted.MISS Grille, accompanied by E. II. John- will be assured for years to come.
A SHOW YOU CAN'TAFFORD Phone 261.
of Orlando. St. In-
J son, Petersburg COLEMAN & RHAN

McCULLOUGH dependent.Mr. COMPANY "C" DRILLING TO MISS.

ENTERTAINS A. B. C.
John J. McKay, of Macon, Ga., 11111111111111111111111111101111'11111111'1
Mc- "IUMIMH
afternoon Miss Mary
Yesterday Company C is putting in a great
Cullough entertained the A. B. C. representative of the New Hampshireand deal of time drilling. Meetings are 5 cents 10 cents !:

at her home. She had as her guests County Fire Insurance company, held three times each week. The boysare
Ala- of Philadelphia, Pa., who has been i, The New Ice Company !
Miss Freddie Scott, of Auburn, all anxious to be in the finest pos-
spending several days in this section
bama, who is visiting Miss Elizabeth sible form by the time for the state Tomorrow: "A Daughter of the :
Branham, on Lucerne Circle, :Miss with the local representative, Mr. Justin encampment to which they will go on PHONE 675

Elizabeth Branham, and :Mrs. W. M. Van Buskirk, left yesterday after-' I the 15th of August. :Many new men People." A splendid five reel

Glenn. All of the regular members noon for Birmingham, Ala. have come into the organization and production.
'
'4 of the club were in attendance.The Company C will go to camp in finer Delivery DailyWait
Mr.\ J. W. Rinaldi, who has been in
guest prize for the afternoon'splay fettle than for years past.
New York city and other Eastern
was awarded to Miss Branham,

and proved to be a beautiful hand I markets purchasing goods for the DEATH OF MRS. IVEVS NIECE for our wagon. We think

painted china pin tray. Miss Sara Bentley-Gray Dry Goods company, ROOf GARDEN[
in Orlando last will like ice.
Slemons received the club prize, a silver visit stopped relatives.over Mrs. Rinaldi and night sons to, Word was received by Mrs. R. E. you our

bon bon .
spoon.A
afternoon that Sat-
Ivey
Masters Billie and John, Jr., will accompany yesterday on
delightful course consisting of her niece Nellie
urday Mrs. Wilson TODAY
Mr. Rinaldi on his return to
marshmallow mousse, angel food Little, of West End, Atlanta, Geor-

cake, and candied ginger was served Tampa this afternoon. gia, died after an unsuccessful opera- : The New Ice Company jj

by the hostess. tion for appendicitis. Mrs. Little was "THE CURSE OF WORK"
RAISING SWEET POTATO PLANTS
--0-- the daughter of A. C. Turner, of At-
FOR OTHER MARKETS HAS L-Ko Comedy with Billie Ritchie :
BOY SCOUTS ENJOY lanta. The news of her death came 111111111111111111111111111'11111111111.111111.11111.
BEEN A MOST PROFIT-
OUTING AT BEACH. ABLE BUSINESS as a distinct shock to her relatives in :A feature in two acts. -

Several members of troop 4, Boy this city, who had not heard of her llllliMMMMIiMHtMliiMIMMMMIMilllMllini'FRANK '

Scouts of America, who have been en- illness.
week the Beach "This has undoubtedly been one of
joying a on Daytona ,
the most successful "THE ADVISER"Big
seasons for thosein
returned home yesterday afternoonover THE STERLINGS AT THE GRAND
this
section who have
the Atlantic Coast Line and report been engagedin TONIGHT U Drama. Adele Lane and :
a most enjoyable outing. Those, raising sweet potato plants and A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL J

who composed the party were Scout- slips for shipment to other states," This evening at the Grand the Harry Linkey. s

master James Burden, Assistant remarked Mr. I' M. Preston, of Pine clever Starlings, who are undoubtedlythe

Scoutmaster Frank Roach, Johnnie Castle, while in the city yesterday, to best roller caster performers ever
a Sentinel seen in this city, will make their ap- "BILLIE'S BABY"
representative.
Woods, Arthur Gore, Morey Smith, pearance at the Grand theatr. '5 \"
The last few weeks have
been fine
William DeWitt, and Walton Rex. 7-28-ltc Laeminle Comedy Drama.
for planting and many large orders
-oV -
:METHODIST were received by those engaged in the I Peggie Hart, M. K. Wilson and --

business. Mr. Preston is among the i .'
SEWING CIRCLE.The FavoriteTODAY'S CURTIS & O'NEAL ) -
Methodist Sewing Circle met "pioneers" engaged in the plant indus- Mare Robbins.

r yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Con- try, and has made shipments to -all'

zioly and Mrs. Joe Davis. A large the southern states and as far awayas PROGRAM
Oklahoma. Bottle of Perfume given away at Insurance Loans Real Estate
number of ladies were present and Majestic. "Doctor Jim. A drama, : ;

considerable work was accomplished.The in two parts. nine o'clock tonight.
Komic. "Ethel's Deadly Alarm
THE STERLINGS AT THE SKATING
Rentals
hostesses served delightful refreshments RINK Clock." Comedy.
during the afetrnoon. Next Apollo. "The Cheese of Police." A

week the circle will meet with Mrs. The clever Sterlings, who delighteda comedy. VERY FINE PROGRAMThe
Four good reels of Mutual movies.
Phillips. large audience at the Grand theatre
Monday evening, will give exhibitionsat
-- the Skating Rink Thursday, Friday

ANNOUNCEMENT.The and Saturday, with a matinee Satur- One-Price Theater
Royal Neighbors of America day afternoon. See them at their The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's

will meet Wednesday afternoon at best on the big rink floor. 7-28-4t The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN

a 2:30 sharp. All members of the so- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ESTABLISHED 1886

%e. as well as visiting members are Select Boarding and Day
School for Girls 10 cents 5 cents
urgently requested to attend. A short WANTED-Plain
sewing, the
by day.
16th Year October 6th, 1915
literary program will be a feature of Especially good at darning and opens See "Under The Crescent,"
mending. Mother's helper in Primary, Intermediate and Academic
this meeting and all expect a pleasant general.
afternoon.By Address K., Sentinel, or phone 478. Grades Thursday. I liiimiiiiiit 4+' "iiiiiiiiiiiiiitmtHi

order of the recorder, Mrs. 7-28-6tc Also Must;, Art, Elocution Physical
. Culture and Domestic Science.
.
% Katherine Dennis. SKATING RINK TONIGHT
--0-- For Catalogues address the Rector,

SOCIETY NOTES Don't fail to see the wonderful exhibition Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. Mn

OF INTEREST. slack wire of walking at the Skating and skating Rink on to a Orlando Fla. It Melts in Your Mouth

There were forty ladies present at night. Admission. 10 cents. It

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FRENCH SOLDIERS AT FRONT ,even to the handling of enormous I FAMOUS HORSES ARRIVE THREE AIR BOATS PER WEEK -,

RECEIVING THEIR MAIL i,sums of money, a department which '
TO
REGULARLY j BE MADE AT FLORIDA
r :heretofore was strictly reserved to Detroit, July 26.-The best trotters BASE The arket
the male members of the administration. and
r pacers in the harness horse worldare
Paris.-French soldiers at the front
Washington,
here for the blue ribbon July 26.-Plans for CLEANLINESS OF
meetingof
: receive their mail with fair regularity. J I military preparedness to be submittedto QUALITY
the Grand Circuit, which will
open OPPOSITE
The central military bureau for the president by Secretaries Dan POST OFFICE
r AIR RAID MADE ON RIVA Tuesday for a five days meet. Fea-
: the distribution of letters and pack- j ture events will' be Merchants and iels and Garrison will include the construction FRESH AND SALT MEATS
: i at the aeronautical base at Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
ages to the various corps, divisions : Rome, via Paris, July 26.An air Manufacturers $10,000 stake for trot-
and companies is an enormous affair, raid upon Riva, an important town on ters and the $5,000 Chamber of Com- Pensocola, Fla., of a plant for the Everything screened away from the flies, and kerAs&h

distinct from the normal civilian postal !Lake Garda, in the Austrian Tyrol, merce stake for pacers. construction of hydro-aeroplanes capable and pure. Jw
of turning out at Vast three
service. succeeded. The official statement We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
machines a week, or as fast as officers
Its work has increased in an aston- says: Subscribe for the Morning Sentinel, can be trained to operare them. everything in the Meat Line.
ishing manner since last autumn. For I j "On the afternoon of July 23 two
instance, on October 30 last there I of our aeroplanes flew over Riva and Kf. IVT.: Self & Co.

were received more than 1,000,000 let- ,,dropped 18 bombs on the railroad station -
PHONE NO. 80
ters, 117,000 registered packages, 18- with excellent results. The en- PINE STREET I
000 newspapers, and 30,000 postoffice :emy's artillery fired on the machines It Costs Us MoneyTo

money orders. j"i without damage. -I
Seven months later, on May 26,I "In Carnia during the night of the Save You
there were received about 14,000,000 i,24th-25th enemy forces attacked our 4 ARE YOUR CHILDREN LEARNING[ MUSK
letters, 780,000 registered parcels' positions at Somdogna Pass, but were

135,000 newspapers and 57,000 money ,repulsed. Money These vacation days should be used to interest t
orders. This meant that the work of ( "In the Montenero region the en- children in kind
of
some a musical instrument.
We
furni
the army postal service had increasedten emy tried to arrest our offensive, delivering -
times. three fierce attacks on posi- r. everything in music and musical instruments. Music *

In all the enormous masses of let- ,tions occupied by us on the crest of fines, elevates and trains the mind for the
On of the more strenuoi
ters and cards, not to mention the i:Luzinca, but was repulsed with great account heavy duties of life.

parcels sent to the soldiers, it is evident -,loss. rp trade Saturday we will con-
that a large number could never I j! "On the Carso peninsula the action \v. S.
reach their destination owing to the !:1!continues to develop favorably for .. tinue this sale all this week. BRANCH, ,

men being rapidly and unexpectedly I i j I us." THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STOREHart's
moved, or, worse, killed. Between i i j 1, t This ad is bringing US re-! l
August 1 last year and May 15 eight I j r Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker spent I
and a half millions of letters came i{last Thursday evening at Orlando visiting sults; and it will pay you to i

back, and about 60,000 parcels were I I' the Rev. A. M. Chisholm and \ TAKE ADVANTAGE of the Meat Prices
returned to the undelivered room. i family, who are living at their orange
But, nothing daunted, the administration -''grove near there.-Kissimmee Valley prices offered.
has succeeded in ferreting out Gazette. Cannot Be Beat .f.fI

about a third of the addresses of the i i I
letters, and finally delivering half of -. -I
jl
the original
stray parcels. Get Behind a 16 pounds Sugar ______________________________$1.00
This has been difficult and
always a C Lemons, per dozen ______________________________15c Special Prices \
delicate task owing to the insufficient
j 24 pounds Pillsbury's Flour _____________________$1.10
addresses of opened letters. Some of CHUCK STEAK ................. .............
| Other Flour, 24 pound sacks, 80c., 90c., and _______$1.00 ................. lOc.

these letters contained small sums in j' and enjoy a really cool, dry sweet I Fox River, Blue Valley and Gold Seal Butter, _______37c ROUND STEAK .................. .............................. lac.
which is
paper against money the rules, but the, authorities of course, !' tmoke. boil The, won't Wellington get fouL Pipe won't Oleomargarine, Purity Brand, 2 pounds for ________45cKingan's LOIN STEAK .................... .............................. lgc
Sliced Bacon, per pound _________________32c
! forgave the fault, and did their best I Americaname MaJ In Other Breakfast Bacon ____________________20c. to 25c FLORIDA PORK .........................................._.... 18:.

to tended deliver to the money where it was in-;i Bind Smoked Bacon, per pound__ __ ____12i c., 18c., and 20c WESTERN PORK ................ ............................... ,,C..
.. go. pick! your Uvonte Best Raw Boneless Ham _________________________22c 4
With the best will in the world the 25c.sk ihape""a.... Best Ham _______________________________18c and 19c CASH ONLY 4
postoffice was left with about $7,550out ;I White Bacon per pound, 10c., Side Bacon _________12' c
of $85,000 that thus fell into its j
New Irish Potatoes, peck 25c., half bu. 45., bu.85cNew

hands.found A most, however satisfactory solution i Irish Potatoes, per barrel, 10 pecks,__________$1.90 P. C. HART
was by applying 7 small cans Van Camp's Cream __________________25c
sums unclaimed after three months to I 7 tall cans Van Camp's Cream ____________________oOc" PHONE 213.
the relief of the wants of the men at I ISayAE! 6 dozen, 1 case small Van Camp Cream ___________$2.30 35 WEST CHURCH ST.
the front who had
no one apparentlyto 4 doz., tall Van Camp Cream ____________________$3.35
look after them, and specially those You Or Eagle Brand Milk, per can _______________________15c.
who from want to see this new
men come the invaded and 4 cans 2 pound Tomatoes, 25c.; per doz ____________70c SKATING RINK
occupied provinces, and who, of package Spider is introducing to 3 cans, 2 pound Corn 25c., per dozen _______________95c [
course, are cut off from all communi- Best Van Camp's Peas, per can 10c., per doz. _____$1.10
cation with their the market-its the swellest
familiesWhile White House Coffee, per pound ____________________33c
staff of the the traffic has increased, the thing out in the way of little Maxwell House Coffee, per lb. ____________________31c SEE THE MARVELOUS
has
postoffice necessarily Arbuckle's Coffee, per pound, 19c.: Green Coffee,____15c
usual decreased, as at least 15,000 of the Cigars. Pure Coffee in bulk per pound 18c.; 5 pounds ______85c MR. BILLETER
staff of the
at the front. administration are I See him at the 3 cans Campbell's Soup 25c.;dozen cans ___________9oc :
In these circumstancesit Succotash and Spinach, 2 pound cans, 2 cans __:_____25c
is most extraordinary that the remaining All lOc. size Pork and Beans, 3 cans for ____________25c walking and
employes should be able to' 50 Pail Lard ___ __ skating on the
pound $4.00, large pail No. 10, __95c
cope and with the masses of correspondence Good and Bad Pure Georgia Syrup in barrel, per gallon ___________5oc Slack Wire

parcels. I' Pure Florida Syrup in gallon cans, each ____________55c
The merit should be awarded in Mallo Icing, per can _____________________________20c
great part to the feminine staff, many ;' Cigar StoreOrange lOc. size Assorted Extracts 3 bottles ______________20c Nights of July 26-27-28 A

of whom have been recruited since ', 3 packages Ice Cream Powder or Jello _____________25c .
the war and given the work of men, Avenue Pound Can Rumford's Powder 23c., half pound can ___13c -- -

I 3 cans Sodarine -------__________________________13c ADMISSION 10 CENTS
Welche's Grape Juice, per qt.45c; pint 23c.; i/4_ pint14clOc.
size Jelly, Peanut Butter, Pickles, Salad Dressing,

The Orlando Meat MarketT. assorted, 3 for --------------_________________25c )'
Corn Beef, Roast Beef, Alright Brand, per can ______20c t

A. YANCY, Manager Potted Hams and Sardines, 6 cans for ______________25c ORLANDO ROOFINGAND '
3 cans Vienna Sausage -------------_____________25c
3 cans Cove Brand Oysters _________20c
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice --------------
Tall Pink Salmon, per can lOc.; per dozen ________$1.10
Florida and Western Meats Pie Peaches, Apples and Pumpkins, 3 lb. cans, each __lOc 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. Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order heart, -------___________________________6 for 25c ,
. Grits and Meal, 10 Ibs for 25c.; 92 lb. sack ________$2.10 and Rubber
Business RoofingsCornices
PHONES /Residence 135 133 tor. Orange P.O.Ave.BOX and. aa6 Church St. Flour in half barrel --__________________$3.75 to $4.00

Self-Raising Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds ________$3.90Pillsbury's Skylights .Healing Ventilating Metal
Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds __________$4.25 Ceilings
-- _h Full line of all kinds of Smoked Bacon and Hams, nice i
-I Works: 14 E. Church St. '
and fresh; all umvraped. d ORLANDO

NOTE OUR FEED PRICES

CAREY HANDFUNERAL Corn per sack _______$1.95 .
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Oats, per sack -----___________________$2.10 to $2.25
Beet Pulp, per sack _______$1.75
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DIRECTOR I Sweet Feed per sack ___________________$1.65 to $1.75
Shorts per sack ______$1.75
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AND EMBALMER Bran per sack ______$1.60 WATCH THIS, SPACEMr.
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Chicken Feed per sack ________S2.15
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Cotton Seed Meal, per sack, 7/ per cent, $1.50: 5 Automobile Man -

per cent ______$1.25
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All calls
answered Promptly Dayor Best Wheat per sack __________________$2.40 to $2.50

Salt hundred pound sack ________70c
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Hand Block.
Night. Chick Food Egg Producer, per package ----_____-_:20c t

Orlando Florida. .- Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
,
Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE, Mgr.
PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457. Forage Grocery Company I

Phone 638. 21 W. Church St.

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: s Shinles SENTINEL ARCADE

Owing to the rebuilding which is
now going on in the Guernsey Block
I[ have been compelled to close up the
WANTSThe Royal Palm Barber Shop, but the MILK
barbers can be found at J. B. Harris'
place on Church street ready to serve
you. Thanking you for favors,
Yours truly,
Morning Sentinel Want I 7-20-12t ELIJAH WIIITEHEAD. DEPOT
i ORLANDO Directory is the Greatest Want __
Ad Medium in Orlando. FOR SALEI

t have for sale one full blooded -
Terms Cash in Advance. Jersey cow, just come fresh with her
BUTTER
Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime third calf; also one heifer, with her MILK \t
.
RATES first calf, three-fourths and Fresh Every Day.
For One Day ______________25t one-fourth Holstein. My Jersey residence is 5c. glass
For Three Days ___________50c Clarcona, Fla., and postoffice per
For Six Days _______________75c near address is Apopka. Fla.,my Box 95. G.I 25c. per gallon
=JP9 r 1 For One Month ____________$2.50 W. River, Apopka, Fla. CREAM AND MILK
j This rate applies on all ads of 7-25-d&wtf* BUTTER
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Fresh Homemade
tains than 25 words the
more rate FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn SANDWICHES
will be one cent per word for
swings, and all kinds of carpenter
each additional word, for each PIES AND
in- CAKES
i sertion.If work, go to Tracy & Moore, 18 East
Church street. 7-25-lmoc
you can't bring your ad to I

A RUUD WATER HEATER counts the office opened telephone by telephone No. 24.will Ac-be RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB IARCADf MILK DEPOTSURVEYING

payable the following day. Located in the Arcade BuildingAll

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

This is the place to have your Plating and Sub-Dividing
old clothes made new.

FOR SALE Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit PROMPT: AND ACCURATE

dry cleaned, pressed___60c. WORK &
FOR SALE-Hup roadster, '14 model, Suit pressed ---__________40c.
I I rood mechanical condition; $400 HAL A.
I All Palm Beaches scrubbed IRISHCivil
.
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cash; leaving L) Address Box 733.
I 7-25-3t and pressed ____________oOc I
Mohair suits ______ Engineer
pressed 25c. 1
Cabinet Gas sold this month
every range for an entirely FOR SALE-Orange and grapefruittrees
We do ladies' work
all varieties, in also. Giveus
any quanti- I 47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla.
new service we will give absolutely FREE one RUDD ,ties. Will set out and guarantee treesto a trial and be convinced.I
live if desired. Alex Oliver. Clothes called for and delivered.Phone I ,
TANK WATER HEATER, regular price $12.00, or we will makean 7-27-6tc 613.

allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- | MULES FOR SALE I Week End

Pair nice mare mules in good condition 1
stantaneous Water Heater. suitable for farm or heavy haul Harness Making
!
: s ing weight about 1,000 pounds. Rates
If you have a water heater and want a new range let us ;P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining Apply and RepairingAll I i

Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc
make you an attractive price on one. From ORLANDO

FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top kinds of leather repairing, suchas
Come in and talk it over with us. I Il and wind shield, at Ford Garage.
I 7-3-tf Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,I DAYTONA
d Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket

-t: ,.' dI FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Books, Auto Cuf! ui ja! and Tops, also j' $2.30 I
.. I one quarter mile from limits 1
city ; get your.spoors57TVest sharpe '''d. NEW SMYRNA
I very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- i
rr t
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. $1.85 tI
6-9-tf __ Church Street, in'pkins
'I'IFO ORMOND
.-... r Shoe Shop. :
... $2.50
tjnuiicrvVW I
SIX CYL" W. A. BOSTON72012t
c DER. SEVEN PASTivLI !
& LIGHT CO :CAR. THIS IS A BAIt j VIA
0I Xt/.J/ .4. yOU WANT A GOOD
--> ,w'}IUItny. BOX 567. 6-15-tf i I I
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GAS DEPARTMENT .. r rNoticeSpecial FOR RENT Phone-72 j,

FOR RENT Furnished and unfur-
nished flats-and dwellings. Jas. A. Paul V. Hutchins: Standard Raim\ad of the South

j Knox. 7-9-tf I II Tickets sold for a t trains Satur-

WANTED j I II I Attorney and Counsellor at Law ,day and forenoon Sunday> lim-

,I i ited to return by midnight of
WANTED To rent
buy
or a good "
reliable family horse. P. O. Box i Davis & McNeil Bldg I following Tuesday. ""--*. I

..... 754. 7-25-3t I i ORLANDO, FLA. I ............... ,
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WANTED-Salesman and collector | I For Information Call on .
I
= for Orange county. Apply No. 43I i :D.W.WHITE, D.T.A.W. .

: 7-25-6tc East Pine street, Orlando, Fla. i I When Greek!I R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.


n SOCIAL Meets GreekWas I I Orlando i


Sale ICE CREAM AND CAKEAt
Lake Dot Rest Room, Wednesday symbolic of an order fast Cut Flowers
evening,July 28, 7 to 10 o'clock. Ben- passing from the modern stageof
efit Lake Dot Sunday school building action. When gentleman A
fund. Public invited. 7-27-2t and Plants
meets gentleman will supplantthe

BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 To reduce our stock as much as pos old adage, and the one who
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof wins as the most perfect gentleman Floral
25 cent. off our regular cash Designs
f per will be the one who feels
And continuing for two weeks price on any goods in storft. Ham- himself
\\ mond & Gore. 6-5-tf to be such. Your per-
sonal appearance has a powerful
Umbrellas recovered and repaired effect on your consciousness.
"while you wait," at Young's Repair Violet e Dell Florist.
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
., .1 I I Shop. 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2-4-lyre .. I


BUYERS AND SELLERS Orlando J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., 509. 408 South Lake St.
30 Have handled
over years. over
Kimonas and House Dresses 20000000. Call and see me. Steam LaundryPHONE
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. .
88

Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOne CUNT BASSPHONE

of the best trucking and fruit 375
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
in ,
farms consistingof
Prosper Colony r=+
West Street
.. Jefferson
25 acres; 9 acres in cultivation; all
under fence. Will be sold at a sacri- Successor to
Come and look at our line fice for cash, if sold in 30 days. A W
good crop will go with the place. A HandlWood Company
good six room house and good out' I I
buildings. In sight of depot, church DR. L H. RAMSDELL
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. and schooL The place will bear in- Wood of AIIKlnds:
spection. For particulars, address OPTOMETRIST I I
WINTER GARDEN FLA. Box 57, Taft, Fla. 7-24-12t ORLANDO FLORIDA PROMPT SERVICE
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
Read the Morning Sentinel for the AND DO ALL KINDS OF I I REASONABLE PRICE

news. lOc. a week delivered. OPTICAJ. REP A.JJtmG
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Dr. P. Phillips went up to Jackson- :
ville yesterday afternoon to look after :
business matters. :
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Piss Pauline Roland and brother, : i

West Roland, left yesterday after- : ,. -f
noon for Lakeland, where they will
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'A reYouStretc Y u :Dollarsr' your Ask money for savings in the bank.checks; they 7-7-tf are : SAVINGS CHECKS

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Mr. Wm. F. Edwards, of Plymouth, : ARE WORTH
was among the representative citizens : a
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greeting business associates in Orlando -
not give greater elasticity to your cur- yesterday. : $1.04 for Each $1.00They

rency by making it accomplish larger things-to i t
make it farther and its ability to earn Messrs. A. M. Bristol, J. H. Estes, :
go prove are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts.paid by
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- and C. A. Tompkins, representative the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants: .
citizens of Taft, transacted businessin :
ty here in earning 4 per cent. Orlando yesterday. : n
Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs. '
Our steady growth in depositsand Savings checks collected is money : Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
in the bank. 7-7-tf : City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries. fc j
general business is evidenceof Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
ability to serve our customers Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Freeman and : John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey: Meat Market.J. .
L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles etc.
son, who have been spending the weekat
well, and the character of our : Good and Bad Cigar Stores. Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept. r'
Board of Directors gives assur- 4 % Pass-a-Grille, returned home yes- avenue and Arcade building. Store. <<
terday. : I. W. Phillips & Sen. Mayer Candy Co. t
ance of strength and conserva- .. J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
tive management in "stretchingthe Oviedo in Orlando Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
was ably represented : Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.T. .
earning capacity of your dol- yesterday by the following well P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital. !
lars." known citiens: W. H. Howard, L. T. : 1 1Mlillllllllliiii
Hunt, Theo. Aulin, and S. E. Mathers. -
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Savings checks are money in the 4
bank. 7-7-tf They can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart- ,;
The State Bank ment of the
Mr. II. II. Witherington, one of the
Orlando leading business men of Apopka, was o.
Fla. among the business transactors from The Peoples National Bank
west Orange visiting Orlando yester-
day. S


Dr. Josephine Harper and daughter
I Miss Pauline, left yesterday after- .
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noon for Franklin, Ky., where they
JMIMIMIIiMIIMItMtiIt's IIIIIIII .IIIIIIIII' will spend the remainder of the sum- : I

mer.

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How many savings checks have you
collect. 7-7-tf
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[ An Economy To E. W. Davis left sterday for .; ..... -- -
Crystal River, where he wiiie joined ... t II.JIII. ... 11111111111111 e."I 1I1yq.'i1' "III lilli-IlL l.' 1I1L ... "i

Now! today by Mrs. Davis and childtuand --
my Robert Lewter. They will spend I:

weeks yachting.Mr. "t'' \ K RD Wins Grand

and Mrs. Geo. B. Gray, of Fer-
nandina, were among the visitors to '
1fl1'D'.i Orlando yesterday. They left on the
afternoon train over the Atlantic Prize at San Francisco

Coast Line for St. Petersburg.
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Savings checks are worth $1.04 for
every $1.00. 7-7-tf The only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

WaterIs ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor *
Spring Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Wygant and ...-
both awarded to PACKARD.
son, Master George, Jr., who have were
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. It is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the qualities -

Myers, Mrs. Wygant's parents, left i of permanent success that are back of the new

a standard for Tampa.Dr.yesterday. afternoon for their home in


purity aids diges- Packard Twin-Six
J. B. Ley left Monday after-
tion and eliminates noon for Tampa to visit his daughter,
Mrs. T. F. Alexander, in the Suburb
ideac Beautiful. Dr. Ley will return in
Ity. :: ::
time to lead the midweek prayer ser-

This being accomplished a world of sickness / vice this evening.Mr. San Juan Garage Company f :

Is saved. Nature provided Spring Water and Mrs. R. D. Banner and chil-

and Spring Water alone for mankind and dren, who have been spending some
time at Daytona-by-the-Sea, have returned Orlando-Daytona ..
take its .
nothing can place.BEGIN to their home in Concord Park
and report having had a most de- DISTRIBUTORS
NOW lightful outing.Mr. .


D. A. Smith left yesterday afternoon 1'11111'11 111'1111111"1'11'11'11'11111111111111".I..L..J
for Baltimore where he will : ::!.

Elder Spring Water Co. enter Johns Hopkins Institute for lilt ilillllilitlltMlilltlllllilM
medical treatment. His many friendsin
ORLANDO FLORIDA Orlando hope to see him greatly
Your Executor?
Be
benefited and himself again. Who Will *
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Phone WRIGHT 444
Mr. R B. Norris who has been a
resident of Orlando for the past four ANSWER NO. 2

years, left yesterday afternoon over Your estate may be materially impaired as a rx y ,, .,. strJJ; w
_._ Ir the Atlantic Coast Line for Atlanta, direct result of the appointment of an executoror
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he has accepted a position
alii III'11111 11111 III I' 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III I t with the Elea-Austell Auto Supply trustee. ,k,
When an individual is appointed t, +
company.
'The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It J

Capt. C. S. Washington, of Safety is usually provided in wills that the person 1, rr .
Harbor, was a business transactor in nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
JULY SUGGESTIONSWedding
,
Orlando yesterday. Capt. Washington from giving bonds.
who is one of Pinellas county's is at the expense -
it
When surety bonds are supplied, ti
Gift? Presents for your bridesmaids, best Orlando representative citizens, has visited of the estate, and then only partial secu- s. 4 .
upon occasions, but his last ,
man, ushers, etc.? Or perhaps some new articles of visit to this part of the state was four rity against loss is provided. i i
years ago, and he expressed When a Trust Company is selected- A
the latest design in gold jewelry for summer wear, great
surprise at the transformation that The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility y. -
or a new toilet set for the coming vacation.Be has taken place in the growth of the is secured.A r
city since that time.E. .
what it may if a high-class jeweler's establishment bond which has behind it the entire financial

should have it will find it here of .* strength of the Institution is always filed with _
you su< II. Johnson, of Orlando, is a the Probate Court at no cost to the estate.-
perb quality and value and properly priced. guest in the city, having driven here issue .
will in a subsequent
No. 3
Answer appear
in his machine, making the remarkable ',
time of less than 10 hours on the of this newspaper. V i. F

; Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. road. Leaving the Orange county
city Saturday morning at 4:55 ask for further t i
o'clock ; ; Come in any time and freely t
he headed for the Sunshine City and information on this vitally important subject. P : ;
reached Central avenue at 2:53 that 'I' ; You are always welcome, and our officers are always I '' _

afternoon. The car he drove was a J glad to advise. -.
Ford stripped for racing.-St.. Peters- ':

T. H. EVANSJEWELER burg Independent. ,I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

Doctors I

Biiekuiflster & BrundageOSTEOPATHS Orlando, Florida .


Personal nstruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Erksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave. above Peoples
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