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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 29, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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LUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1915. NUMBER Hi.




HAYTIEN PRESIDENT KILLED--U. S. ACTS ;





RUSSIANS MAKE DESPERATE OFFENSIVEADMIRAL





CAPERTON ORDERED TO PROCEED TO PORT AU
HOPE GROWS THAT WARSAW MAY BE SAVED-GERMANY
PRINCE AND LAND HIS FORCE OF MARINES TO PRO- CORONER'S JURY HEARS TESTIMONY
HAS ALL AVAILABLE MEN ON EAST FRONTIER AND
TECT THE LIVES AND PROPERTY OF AMERICANS -
WILL BE UNABLE TO BRING UP RESERVES-


%" BY AND LATEST STABLE FOREIGNERS REVOLUTION REPUBLIC ENDANGERED IN UN- IOF NEW FACTS IN EASTLAND[ CASE HEAVY GERMANS ARTILLERY ARE USED RETIRING BY BOTH ATSEVERAL SIDES-


POINTS

French Legation Invaded Mob Which Becker T o Chair BALLAST TANKS EMPTY
By
WHEN LOADING WAS Germans Lose 35,000 Men In The Last

Slew President GuillaumoCrime Tomorrow COMMENCED1ANS Four DaysFive



and Disorder Is Spreading so Rapidly That a Large Force MorningNew ONE HOUR BEFORE' Thousand Guns in Action-One of Heaviest Artillery Duelsin

May Be Needed to Establish Peace-The Situation Is Described
History of World-19 Year Old Russians Will
Be Called
.
by Admiral Caperton as "Very Serious"TheState York July 28.-Justice Ford Time for Sailing Tanks in
of the supreme court tonight denied anew to the Colors-General Mobilization Throughout
Department Has Had the Haitien Charge of Inexperienced
trial for Charles Becker. This
.Siberia Russian
Front Has Not Yet Been
Trouble on Its Hands for More decision means that Becker must be Employe-Indictments

Than a Year electrocuted Friday morning. Expected Today Broken by Terrific Onslaught of

Teutonic Armies

Washington, July 28.-The United States intervened forcibly BASEBALL RESULTS Chicago, July 28.-The coroner's
and jury tonight agreed upon the main BULLETIN:
quickly today in order to protect American and I
when the foreign lives National League points of its verdict fixing the blame London, July 28.:-The Russians are delivering strong counter
state
department was informed that a mob had mur- Cincinnati 1, Boston 3. for the capsizing of the Eastland. attacks in great forces at practically every important front in
dered and dismembered General Vilbrun Guillaum St. Louis 3, Philadelphia L "We
president of agreed practically to every- the eastern theatre. The German
gain the
despite arrival of
Haiti, and invaded and violated the French legation at Port Au Pittsburgh-Brooklyn, rain. thing," said Dr. W. A. Evans, fore-
Prince. Chicago-New York, postponement, man of the jury, "and we expect "to large reinforcements of men and material, has been very small.

Eastland victims funerals. verdict before Fierce Artillery Duel
Crimes and return a daylight.
general disorder in Haiti ;
are
that officials of the increasing so rapidly American League Shortly after this announcement Petrograd, July 28-The Russians are on the offensive along "

f navy department today said that it may be New York 6, Detroit 4. Secretary' of Commerce Redfidd, A. the entire line in Poland and the Germans have been compelled to

necessary to send a strong force to bring about peace in the Boston 0, Chicago 1. L. Thurman, solicitor for the department retire five to twelve miles at various points. Hope is growing
republic.It's Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 6. of commerce, and General Geo.
troubles Washington 1, Cleveland 10. Uhler chief hourly that Warsaw will be saved. German casualties are esti-
have been in the hands of the state of the steamship inspection -
actually for more than a year. >N| department Federal League bureau, called and conferred mated at 35,000 in the last four days. The conflict on the Narew

Admiral Caperton was ordered to Pittsburgh 4-2, Baltimore 3-3. with Coroner Hoffman. They were front rages without cessation, night and day. Experts assert

proceed to Cape Haitien last night ------ Kansas City 3-3, Brooklyn 42. closeted for an hour with the jurors. Germany has all its available men on the firing line, and will be

when it was heard that there was anarchy PUBLICITY TAX X LAW IS S All St. Louis scheduled.6, Newark 7. that The: testimony of the day showed unable to bring up reserves. Five thousand guns are in action.

at Port Au Prince, and left at Both sides are using their heaviest artillery.
once aboard the cruiser Washington Southern League The ballast tanks on the, Eastlandwere
arriving at Port Au Prince this morn- RATIFIEDLITTLE Atlanta 4, Little Rock 3. empty when the loading started. More Recruits to Colors ""*

: New Orleans 4, Nashville 3. The tanks had been pumped out at Petrograd, July 28.via London.-An imperial ukase issued

ing.While en route Admiral Capertonsent Birmingham 2, Chattanooga 2; 11 6 o'clock in the morning, about an today calls to the colors men born in 1896. .

.. a wireless to the navy depart- INTEREST IN SPE- innings, darkness.All hour? before the loading. It is reported that a governmental order is about to be issued
ment which CIAL EL scheduled.II. That the tanks on the morning of
was received this morn- CTIOX-200 for a general mobilization throughout Siberia.
ing, advising it that he had heard that VOTES CAST I;the disaster were in charge of the sec- '
the French legation was threatenedand N. JAMES ADVERTISING MAN-I loud assistant engineer, Fred Snow, -

that there was danger to the lives 125 Voters in ACER FOR DICKSON-IVES who had been on the boat but two J JOHN HILL DIED AT TAFT AH Quiet on West Front .
savor Paris
of Law July 28.-From
of foreigners.The -75 COMPANY, BACK FROM days, and who knew nothing of how the sea to
situation, according to Reject It-Will Furnish VACATION long it took to fill or to empty the the Vosges no incident whatever was

ton, is "very grave." Caper- $6,000 for Advertising tanks, and who had been instructedbut lAST EVENING reported on the battle front today.In .

At the request of the state depart- Orlando Henry N. James, advertising man- fifteen minutes how to handle Alsace the French occupied two
for Dickson-Ives them by Chief Engineer Erickson. German blockhouses east of Linge-
ment the navy department today sent ager Company, returned -
Admiral Caperton instructions to land At the special city election yesterday l last evening from a three That the emptying of the tanks had VETERAN OF CIVIL WAR kopf and Schratz-Mannelle. ,

his force at Port au Prince and guard I the act entitled, "An act to au- weeks vacation at Windermere. The been done by Peter Erickson, a brother AND WAS WOUNDED AT
the foreign legations and all foreigners. thorize the city of Orlando to levy a fish stories he told were whoppers, alhough of the chief engineer, employed on GETTYSBURG STRIKE OF CLYDE LINE DOCK-
special tax for publicity he did not produce any photo- the boat as oiler; since the time STERS IN GOTHAM ENDS

) Admiral Caperton has a force of was ratified by a vote of purposes"g or specimens. He had three Erickson was appointed after concessions i
Survived by Widow 5 Children
,
500 men, including 100 marines, at his 75. An even 200 votes were cast. full weeks of fishing, boating and to the boat owners by Government Jacksonville, July 28.-According to
command. There was little excitement attachedto bathing and is in excellent shape for Inspector Reid. 18 Grandchildren, 4 Great- messages received here last night by

The navy department then ordered the election. Not more than one the fall and winter season. Mrs. Tomorrow the state grand jury is GrandchildrenFuneral Commercial Agent L. G. Scroble, of

the collier Jason to sail from Guan- mill will be levied on real and personal James and family will remain another expected to return several indict- TodayMr. the Clyde Line, the strike of the dock-

tanamo to Port Au Prince with 100 property for the purpose of better week before returning to their homeon ments, and a rumor says there are six sters employed by the line in New

additional marines. advertising Orlando. It is thought Gore avenue. indictments charging manslaughterand John Hill died at Taft, Fla., at'I'York has been brought to an end, and

More men and ships will be sent if that about $6,000 will result from the original conspiracy. 6:45 p. m. last evening at the age of there will be no further inconven-
Admiral Caperton needs them. levy. COLUMBUS WINS CHAMPION. Tomorrow also a special inquiry by 80 years. His health had been failingfor iences to ships reaching Gotham from

SHIP IN SOUTH ATLANTIC Secretary Redfield opens its hearingand several weeks and the end was Jacksonville and other points. "
XEW POSTAL REGULATION EMBRACES LEAGUE the federal grand jury summonedby not unexpected.Mr. .

S. H. A THA BUIlDING HOME ALL FOUhTII-CLASS Judge Landis will begin hearingthe Hill was a veteran of the civil

MAIL )MATTER Columbus, Ga., July 28.-Columbus testimony. war having served on the Union side, S.3 J. CATIS MADE SPEECHAspirant

won the championship of the South Only a few bodies were recoveredin and was wounded at Gettysburg. He
Contractor Peppercorn Starts Among the amendments to the post Atlantic League by defeating Macon, the river today and none on the came from the state of Pennsylvaniaand

-If Work on Up to Date Residence ( al laws and regulations issued by the 13 to 4, in the deciding game of the ship.The is survived by his wife, five children for Governorship Ad-

for Popular postoffice department this month is post season series here today. Macon tragedy roll tonight stood: eighteen grandchildren, and dressed Open Air Meeting

Realty Man the. following addition to paragraphI. won the first half of the double race Bodies recovered 831. four great-grandchildren. Last Evening-Well
section 454
: and Columbus second. Columbus won Bodies identified 823. Burial will be at Taft at 2:30 to Received

Another handsome residence for "Fourth-class mail matter shall em four games and Macon one in the post Western Electric's list of missing, day. Services from the house.

Orlando will be that of S. II. Atha, at brace all other matter, including farmand series. 541. Hammond & Gore have charge of Sidney J. Catts, of DeFuniak

.... 409 South Main street, which was factory products (and books), not Others reported missing, 179. the funeral arrangements. Springs, Fla., candidate for governor,
now embraced by law in either the
BAYONNE: : STRIKE ENDS:
commenced yesterday by Contractor first second addressed a good sized open air au-
or class
or (with the
Peppercorn. The house is to be a exception THE WEATHER SOON HAVE WIRELESS TO dience on Pine street last evening.Mr. .
of books New York 28. The strike
) in the third class, July at
handsome eight room two bun JAPAN Catts is an eloquent and
story forceful
not exceeding fifty pounds in weight the Bayonne N. J., plants of the .
galow. It will have front and rear (when mailed for delivery within Standard and Tidewater Oil companies For Florida: Fair in northwest speaker. He preached for economy,
porches on the first and any portion and Tokio, Japan.-Wireless communi equalization of taxation
story a sleep of the other zones) no greater in size ended today when very nearly probably showers in peninsula I and better
ing porch above. The foundation i is than 84 inches in length and every man locked out three days ago today: not much change in cation was successfully inaugurated schools, assailed the Catholic church

t. to be of pressed brick, as is also the nor in form or kind girthcombined returned to work."QUAliTY temperature; light, variable winds. between the new station at Funabashi I and the existing freight rates, and
likely
front porch. to injure the near Yokohama, and the Hawai !whenever an opportunity offered he
of
The inside of the residence will be person any postal em ian Islands. Messages by wirelessbetween I got in sharp criticism on existing-

finished in oak, on pine trimmings. ploye other or damage mail matter the ,mail and equipmentor not of DID IT"-CHANGE E THE FAIR DIRECTORS MET T Japan and the United States I I litical and economic methods. He is

Cook cases, open fireplaces, every character a will be regularly accepted in the near touring the state and his candidacy is
perishable within
thing in fact to add comfort or beauty a period future. The distance between Funa- meeting with some support.

will be put in before the building reasonably and delherOrder required}." for transportation Yowell-Duckworth Co. Will Re Not a Quorum Present and Lit- bashi and Honolulu is about 3,380

in finished. A red composition roof- No. SD77 issued this model Lower Floor, Incorporating tle Business Accomplished I miles. WILL NOT TELL DEFENSE PROGRAM
month
*nsr will add the final artistic touch I
announces that hereafter a the Vacated Tentative Plans for
ID the outside finishing of the builing. d person
LAWS OF FLORlD.PUBLISHED
mailing an ordinary parcel of the Grocery Room Next Fair
This will make a pleasing color IN TODAY'S ISSUE OF TilE
fourth class may Washington, D. C.-Details on the
pay one cent and
combination with the green of the I I get a receipt for it. Within a very short time the Yow The directors of the Orange County WEEKLY SENTINELThe I administration's. program of national
-urrounding
water oaks, and the pretty -
lawn. ell-Duckworth Company will start Fair Association held a short meeting I defense now being formulated will not
DANKER SENT TO JAIL FOR Weekly South Florida Sentinel be given
yesterday at the San Juan. Little out until completed if Sec-
Contractor Peppercorn states that FALSE work on remodelling the main floor.
STATEMENT published today from this office will
business Garrison
was transacted because retary can prevent it. Thisis
the building will be finished and occupied New York.-Edward M. Grout, former The partition to the east or rear of the a contain the laws of Florida in twenty- made clear in
quorum was not present. In an informal a statement issued by
of this by October 1. Mr. Atha is one comptroller, first president of main floor which formerly connected way the affairs of the association four pages. If any voter is missed he the secretary and published today, in

city's most popular and successful Brooklyn and former president of this e with the grocery department will be were discussed and some plans may secure a copy of the laws JTT call- which he urged that he be not pressedfor

friends real estate operators and h I defunct Union bank of Brooklyn was removed, thus extending the dry talked about for the future. Depart- ing at this office. details until the new military policy
will be glad to hear that he today
sentenced
by County JudgeLewis goods, men's is
clothing, and shoe departments ment heads or secretaries were advocated completed.
has decided to move closer in town I Brooklyn, to from one to two about twenty-five feet. in a letter read from Secretary CAT IN THE ORGAN Fears that adverse criticism of

than his present location on the corner i :years at hard labor after having been During the last year it was found that W. R. O'Neal, who is in New York. parts of the schemes might endangerif
of
Concord and Magnolia ave 'i convicted of perjury in making a false these departments were totally inade- The meeting adjourned to Tuesday, I Reading, Pa.-Giggling, smiles and as a whole is given as his reason.
nues. The location of his new homeis statement to the bank examiner regarding quate to meet the shoppers' demands. August 3. :'evidences of unusual good humor in Plans for the re-organization of the

one of the most desirable in Orlando the bank's affairs. The company is also planning on sev- I t the congregation in the Second Re- army, now being worked out by the

and when finished the building I Counsel was granted a stay of execution eral other notable improvementswhich All this week, 5 1,000-sheet rolls I formed church were explained after general staff will be laid before Pres-
: will make a very attractive additionto for ten days in order to a will be announced in the service. A full in ident Wilson
'' that residence p- the Sen- I toilet paper for 25c. Curtis & O'Neal, grown cat was next week by the secre-
.t- pretty section. peal. tinel at a later date. I book store. the pipe organ. tary.

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WHAT MAKES A MODEL TOWN? II supervision of playgrounds, summer nature, all intended to help the com- AFTER LUMBER CARGO; STE.nl-1 MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMUMMMMM*

I,camps, excursions, general average of munity. To be sure, business advantage ER REACHES I'ENSACOLAON .1 ,

Dy Charles Moreau larger, Editor of i I I towns as regards playing at home. is usually at the bottom of the :I CONSIGNMENT I I II
the Abilene Kansas) Daily [! Western towns employ an
Many now
I generous response to the solicitor's --- Fancy Irish Potatoes
Reflector I I athletic for the high school, 1
manager
plea, but welfare movements meet Pensacola, Fla.-With the arrival 1
The small town is coming into its retaining him the entire year and put- '
'of
the Italian .
steamship Siliciana an- '
own. Public welfare work, so long. him In of the playgrounds with almost equal liberality.In .
a
I ting charge '
other vessel reached port for timber We have purchased several barrels of
factor in the development of cities i in the summer. other words, the Middle West is I'I'i r
i and lumber cargo, and work will probably -
and conducted with elaborate machinery -I Industrial training in the grades i : ; the largest and best the
entering on a new era, one in whit I j start on the newly arrived craft Ij I potatoes on -J
is being simplified and adapted to :and in school count heavily in
high the betterment of human existence is i immediately. Gangs of timber workmen market and will sell them for 30c
$ -
ii perpeck
the needs of the conditions of the ;the scoring. Summer vacation work, i!
taking the place of mere material have been ordered to report on
smaller such school gardening,
community, as gardening I
profit. The and the wharf early.
boys girls looked
are
The prosperity of the farms has employment for older children during j
This steamer will take anchorage
upon as the chief assets of the com- I an Ginger AleWe
sifted to the villages and with larger vacation and interest in some form of
munity and efforts to secure for them in the stream and will take tim-
leisure has come to definite planningfor outdoor activity are essential. the best there is in life is taking the j j ber as the greater part of her cargo,

helpfulness. The forwardlookingmen Literary societies, Boy Scouts, place of financial scheming. Along being consigned to the George W. have several cases and will close
and women are giving their time Camp Fire Girls, Y. M. C. A. and Y
and money to betterment of condi- W. C. A. will be advantages; a high with the development of the farm I Howe company. \ them out 15c bottle lie, 25c bottle 20c.
from a place to raise crops and stock
school fraternity will count againstany
tions for the They have already -
young. into home is Advertise in the Sentinel
a a changed attitude toward Morning
far into material things. town. Moving picture inspection, I
gone
the town, which is becoming an land get results.What.
Pavements, electric lights, telephonesin regulation of pool halls, skating rinks Trading ChecksWe
experiment station for working out
observance of
practically home, water and similar places,
every
plans for happier and cleaner
living.
works, parks state board of health rules and enforcement -
are common possessions
Fountains play, "white ways" are the I of the law against the sale Automobiles and sleeping porches, now have a supply on hand.
fashion-it is as if the communitieshad 'of tobacco to minors come under this bath rooms and furnaces, are but the do you
outward manifestations of the fjill- I
enjoyed: a haircut and a shave, (I schedule. Parent-teachers' associations 1
of life for in
ness toward which the dwellersin hope a
not to mention a bath and a massage. civic leagues that work along '
But the real renovation has come in I child welfare lines, young people's so- the prairie states are awakinsr Our
varnish ?
They are striving toward high stand- Grocery CompanyTwo
the community life; the other is mere- cieties and the W. C. T. U., together
ards and the
next decade ought to
ly a corollary. What is remaking the j with religious activities, count in a
see as great improvements in their Phones: 3 and 200
Western town especially is the growth ,town's favor. The town that makesa
accomplishments for public welfareas I II Ij
of direct interest in the social life and perfect score on all these things i 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
the last
ten have .
years seen in the ,
the broadening field devoted to educa- |ought to be a good place in which to
tion. This latter is exemplified in the i live. The street and alley activities condition of their bank accounts. I
Abilene IIAWCONU \
school curriculum. To the usual college -I of the city youth ought to be curbed Kansas.OPPORTUNITIES j
I and the little folk have chance to
preparatory course offered a few a I .
years ago has been added a whole I grow up clean and earnest. This is FOR SHOPPING TL!

group of vocational teachings. Man the ambition of the welfare workersin

ual training, normal training, agricultural the West, and their work is already Today's Sentinel is replete with the TAawffEjI
instruction and commercial telling in making better towns and in advertisements of most of the mer- I
edu-I regulating the lives of the chants of Orlando, and there are some '
cation have become the usual young.It I 23 CENT DiscountFor
:rare shopping opportunities contained :'
a high school. The direct effect has! is easy to start organizationsthe '
'in
these advertisements, which ,I
task that tests and is care-
men women
been to increase the attendance of
ful and '' When you buy varnish for your !
discriminating buyers will
high schools over 100 per cent. in the the keeping alive of the welfare spirit. floors you hope that it will improvethe
past five years. This has called for I Because the West has come to readily grasp. Read all the advertisements appearance of those floors and
the benefit of
new high school buildings commen- the new problem in the managementof carefully. that it will be durable. I our customers -

surate with the increased needs and cities with an open mind, because Unfortunately much that is sold for I
will 25
floor varnish won't realize that hope we give a
there established traditions
the communities have generally been are no to for you.Lawson's.
liberal in their construction. These hamper, it ought to go far in its plans I cent cash discount
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish per on
fully equipped buildings have become for betterment. To a degree it is Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER has a wonderful,deep lustrous finish. It is

community centers in a large sense overorganized through the ambitionto is easily unequalled applied for because durability it works and easily.will not It I all! goods sold during the
.
scratch white It dnes absolutely dust-
form for
a new movement
and are working wonders in giving a every : free in from five to seven hours and gets
finer tone to town life. fancied need. In many towns this has hard in twenty-four hours. I II month of July and August.

Along with this has come unselfish been realized and the consolidation of I I capacity As for economy.that is wonderfuL Lustro has a covering I

welfare work which has interested many organizations into one, with departments I I Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor .
good men and women. Radiating is serving to bring greater Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" factory.Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis

from the clubs and churches and efficiency. Too many officers, too

schools have gone influences helpfulto many meetings, too many sets of res- FINLEY'S "PIONEER" Hammond & Gore

olutions weaken the PAINTS AND WALLPAPER
the boys and girls in marked de energies.No

gree. In Kansas, for instance is a lack of generosity exists in FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
keen rivalry as to which city shall be financial matters. Subscription pa- HAS OPENED A.PLUMBING SHOP Pine and Court Streets

the model' town of the state. This pers for band concerts, for "boosting"a Phone 67 Orange Ave. and Church St Orlando Fla.MMMMMMMMMMM.

has been spurred by an offer of a convention, for helping the county ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST ..
cash prize of $1,000 by former Gov- fai-, for good roads, for locating a a

ernor W. R. Stubbs to the communitythat college or helping one struggling for''' ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

averages highest in the desirable existence! for dozens of other purposes ,
things of community life. A second meet with ready resoon e. It

prize of $500 is offered by C. F. Horner is not unusual for a moderate sized
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of Kansas City. city to raise from $5,000 to $10,000 in Phone 204 j Get A Copy of This Catalog Now!

What would you consider a model a year for various purposes of this

town? How would you judge com- In this new, big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is founded upon an ideal; a
munities to judge which should receive nursery where the idea is fundamental that the basis of success is laid in a nursery by the nur-
such a prize The following is sery company three or four years before the purchase of the trees by the planter.
the basis for scoring the dozen cities W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds where the root stock is
Proprietors and Owners grown; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of the care
selected after much correspondence in exercised in the selection of the budwood, and in the packing and shipping of the trees, and of the
ecital of their claims to the exten- advice and service rendered by our specialists to the purchasers of our trees.
sion department of the University of Daytona Beach HotelON In a nut shell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus family is produced and it gives the his-
Kansas under tory and lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock.
which the
contest is It points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves and how
conducted: OCEAN BEACH I their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in their own
How Does Your Town Rank in These Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red groves tres of the purest strain, and trees which would show in nursery and grove the aristocracyof
Things? their ancestry.
Electric Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we could have sold many
1. Opportunity for play and ath- Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished more. This year we know our entire nursery stock will be sold. '
letics. Single and en Suite Only a limited number will be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfield Nursery Co. trees,
2. School work, including particularly but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our catalogthemost
industrial training. Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold beautiful in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, clearness and directness

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4. Physical and moral safeguards. Rates 52.00 the supply will hardly be sufficient to go around.
per Day. Special Rates by the Week
5. Activities and child fostering
Dinners 50 centsI
clubs and societies. i Lake Garfield Nurseries Company Bartow Florida
6. Attendance at Sunday school BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS ,
and kindred organizations.

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

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

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





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NOTES: FROM WIXDERMEKE she was extremely dangerous. APOPKA ) 131,230; RUSSIANS CAPTURED 1 cannon, 141 machine guns and other

"There was not a coal passer in the I nearer and SINCE JULY 14 I supplies.

Windermere, Fla., July 27.-Mr. J. hold who was not aware of the dan- Apopka, Fla., July 27. a very I
C. Palmer has erected a new boat ger. The fact that none was found in Mrs. G. Harod returned to
Apopka Frankfort, Germany.The Frank- !i BASEBALL
house and dock at the foot of Third the "glory hold" after she turned over from an extended visit : stretch furter Zeitung's Vienna correspondent -
showed that. There scaling and friends in St.
street. was a
i for
autoists
says the Austro-German forces Orlando vs. Sanford, Thursday,
Miss Elizabeth Palmer spent .Thursday ladder leading up from that hold and Mrs. A.1.. Starbird Dixie
have captured 131,250 Russian prisoners July 29, at 3oO p. m., at the Driving
in Kissimmee on business. twenty men worked there. It would returned to their home \: I ''Park.
since July 14 besides forty-one Admission 25c. 7-2S-2tc
Sir. and Mrs. V. W. Estes and take twenty men twenty minutes to I extensive visit to her I

guests, from Orlando, motored out to get out by the: ladder, but they were Butler.H. I the ap
will be the
Rossmore Inn Sunday.Mr. all out when the ship listed." II. Witherington has ever PEACHES! PEACHESElberta

and Mrs. W. G. Geier and Mr. ness trip to Orlando last of in-

and Mrs. A. J. Doncyson motored tot CITRUS FRUIT IS LOOKING ternoon. ,. I'' asking for and Georgia Belle

Zellwood last Tuesday. After a very BETTER I M. T. Anderson, made i others

y enjoyable visit here Mr. and Mrs. i trip to Jacksonville the { are making lOc, 20c and 30c a basket
returned to their home inI I Tampa, Fla. That both the orange week.
Doncyson present rate Fresh stock Crate lots
daily. a specialty
I Work has been
started
the
and
Cleveland last Wednesday.Mr. grapefruit crop are lookinga be but little

II. C. Luff is spending the week' little better than they were two or I packing house which is it will be- Lemons 20c dozen.
by M. T. Anderson per
at the
in Seminole county supervising improvements three weeks ago was the concensus of more
i of the A. C. L. and Pineapples the little Sweetlands 3 for lOc
that are being made on opinion of sub-exchange managers ,

streets and roads. who gathered at the Citrus Exchange I roads. This will be a I'| of North Carolina Rocky Ford Cantaloupes
I I ment to our town and will ,
Miss Elsie Gore, of Orlando, who a few days ago. up this
I felt want. I II |i 5c and lOc
has been the guest of Miss Frieda The drouth which has been so pro- importance'J'i for an-
I George M. Mayberry and I II I, .
James, has returned home. Miss nounced in Tampa is apparently more j I gone to Nashville for a : Every little Fresh Country Eggs, 25c a dozen
Edith Davids, of Orlando, is visiting or less local, for managers from oth- I|' Apopka.
t Miss Nora James this week. er parts of the state report rain I[left their business here ill i I Fine Spring Chickens 25c to 28c lb
J. A. Bowman
while j
Mr. Henry Yowell, who has been enough, though some of them report away.A 20! ; GOV-

camping here for several days, has that the rainfall is not up to the av- .I Witherby party and consisting Winnie of Wall:\ FOR J. w. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH STi

returned to his home in Orlando.Mr. erage of other years. None of them I'EN- ,
I Carl Lin and
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Hugh
Hatfield, of Oakland, with a report that there has been any dam- I I Archie
McKinley
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at Rock
outing
noon at Rossmore Inn, enjoying the All agree that the crop will not be A. C. Starbird Springs.and I Ellis has Arcade Pressing Club
bathing. up to that of last year but this has issued
by
to Sanford
There were a number of guests at been known for some time, becauseof over Monday i Ed Maddox Under New Management
the inadequacy of the bloom this Winfred Harris is
the Bumby camp last Sunday, among negroes,
spring. The estimate made a few room this week as a result
them being noticed Mr. and Mrs. Al- crimes for
fred Bumby, Miss Cecile Mosely, and weeks ago set the probable orange phone pole falling on his on August First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. Made right in

Mr. A. Wichtendahl. A fish supperwas crop at about 75 per cent of the av Two building permits has named the shop. Guaranteed Fit.
Managers that the by the city council at its
served at which Mr. and Mrs. J. erage. agree in the

C. Palmer were guests.Mr. average should be raised a bit; per- Monday night. Also Cleaning, Pressing, RepairingAnd

Petris, of Oakland, with several haps to about 80 per cent of a crop The rainy season has set
friends motored over to Rossmore Inn I for the coming season. real earnest this week and set,upon both All Kinds of Alterations done

last Sunday.A Grapefruit was listed as a probable ers who have been trying they en-

jolly party consisting of Mr.and 40 per cent crop some time ago, but fodder are experiencing Both, Work called for and delivered.
Mrs. R. E. Kline, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. it is generally agreed that conditionsare culty, but they are making prepared to

Luff, Miss Palmer, Miss James, Mr. now good for a little better crop I grass. pray each
Palmer, and Mr. Vaughn enjoyed of this fruit as well as of oranges, Phone 448
a T. J. Smith, wife and son and 24 E. Pine St.
and they now conceded to be like-
are
moonlight picnic and bathinglast
supper liam expect to leave next I is anxious to
Sunday evening. ly to produce a 50 per cent. crop. I
Rome, Ga., for a visit to he dies.
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Work has been started on the improvements That the crop is not apt to be a 'i|tives. From there they I

to be made on Rossmore large one is probably a good thing, 'I I and visit all the cities of 1 .
V Inn this summer, the veranda on the for the unsettled conditions caused by .
west side 'of the Inn now being extended the war are more than apt to be still CAREY HANDFUNERAL

t and enclosed. in force next winter it is conceded,
and it is just as well in view of this

NAVAL CONSTRUCTOR SAID TllfE.STLAXU ; fact that the crop should be short. The Orlando Meat Market DIRECTORAND

WAS UNSAFEChicago. Many new groves of grapefruit will

come into bearing for the first time : T. A. YANCY, Manager !) EMBALMERAll
,this and this hold the total
.-A copy of a paper froma year may I
naval architect condemning the number of boxes well up. I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Eastland's construction will be used I calls answered
by State Attorney Hoyne in investi- FUNNY ABOUT SOME PEOPLE I Florida and Western Meats Promptly Dayor

gating the disaster. The letter was I You'll hear a man say "No, it Hand Block.
Night.
written by John Devereaux York, of "doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals Oysters, Fish, ]'OllltTJV"cgetables, Game, Etc.
to too small a class of people."
Chicago, to the United States harbor
And when the
loses
same man
yet Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders Orlando Florida.PHONE
inspector here, August 3, 1913. I his bunch of keys he rushes to the .

"I stated in that letter," said York i newspaper with a "Lost" ad, al- I Business (135 P. O. BOX 226
i though he knows that in the whole PHONES
today, "that the Eastland was not a ,I Residence |133 ror. orange Awe. and Church St. 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
:,wide world there is only one person 4
safe boat. Every naval architect who who can possibly be influenced by his
knew the construction will tell you "Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it' I

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


i them. So they are yours at prices far below the actual wholesale] values. Here


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


of established lines at extraordinary prices. Come early WednesdayandThursday as


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


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


Peas Tomatoes Fruits Jams and Jellies Extracts Flour Brooms Mops .
Spices, ,
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TINE DAILY
CELE I AFTER RIBOT. I OF WOOLENS. )

South Florida SentinelMORNING Taylor Every old or elderly man would do I Some surprise was shown at the '

AND WEEKLY roads rally well to take to heart this little past prices set by the principal factor in

t. ::. GLENN .............._.....EdiUr age in the news from Paris detailingthe woolens and worsteds for the spring ,
W. C. ESSINGTOV ... Bushwss Manager What debate in the chamber of deputies of 1916. The trade, however, had j

Entered at the postoffice at Orlando, Flor tion on the new French loan: "Pre- been warned that the high cost of I j
ida. as Second Class Mail Matter. County mier Viviani exclaimed once upon wool and of dyestuffs would make I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES to the what he called M. Ribot's successful such action imperative. The wiser |
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 5.00 efforts in behalf of workmen's buyers came in with their orders | M nh
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.W highways pen- tt hirtrale
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 Must sions. To this the minister of finance ahead of the openings and secured n
Daily. Month .....*................. .60 replied: 'This is not the hour to recall what they wanted at the old rates. I

Weekly 1 Year ...... ................ 11-00 alive? the stages of my career. I have lived The effect of the new schedule will be .

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN The I have acted, and in aging I try not to to prevent cancellations and let it be I

ADVANCETO well as constrict my ideas."' understood that the mills are in a l ,

ADVERTISERS: must Age is subject to a constant temp- strong position and are not offering

Opy for display and all other hand-set tion tation to "constrict its ideas." It concessions. It is asserted, also that :
handed ia at the business
advertising must H
: loses in enthusiasm but in these mills are not at all apprehensive
.ffic. of the e later than 2 p. m, ange not only -
the day before putieaiion. This role appliesto for this self confidence and often in the com- of not having enough work to do.
advertising it Is
chances for contract ;
:>*arisbl le and will be strictly adhered. to. It mon faith of humanity. The futilityof Foreign business will take up any
Orlando I human endeavor becomes one of its slack in the domestic trade. Ordersare
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued -
watchwords. It looks back for- coming in from Great Britain and
should notify the office in writing on a melting not
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be ward. It minimizes the and elsewhere for tops and ,
confines scope yarns espe-
subscription
continued at tne. regular rates
until: notice to stop is received better value of man's possible accomplishment. cially the latter and a fair export CAUSE fOR QUICK ACTION
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be It draws in upon itself. It business is also being done in dress

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 191;). Labor suffers from an ingrowing mind and goods of the lower priced kind. The

and this spirit. high cost of wool is also bringing t

If Captain Harry Pederson of the for all JI. Ribot, one of the "elder states- about the use of a large volume of

ill fated Eastfand had ordered the come to men" of France a veteran of many cotton warp cloths which look well Our
recent purchase of Men's Fine
2,500 passengers to leave the boat be- an and varied campaigns, finds himselfat and wear possibly even better than all
cause it was listing badly he very pletion of length confronted in his latter wool ones. The clothiers and cloak Shirts from this well known manufac-

likely would have been subsequently untold years by the supreme emergency of and suit makers are in a fair way of enables
turer to offer
discharged by the ship owners. The The his life. And instead of yielding to settling their difficulties with their us you unprece-

press and the public would have ors should depression and discouragement he working people and are preparing for dented values in seasonable shirts

praised the captain for his braveryand > simply says: "In aging I try not to more active business than hitherto. A

heroism. However that would dollars is constrict my ideas." good season for dress goods is looked At Reduced PricesMen

not have earned him his bread and paving A man is young or old according to for with a practical elimination of

butter. only too his success or failure in combating the foreign stuffs.-New York Times.A .

o port to a the influences against which the o who know values---who appre-

By the way, what has happened to character. French minister of finance has so successfully Canadian horticulturist has developed ciate smart
styles---ought to come now to
Mexico? Other striven.-Providence. Jour- a rose nineteen inches in di-
o thing and nal. ameter. But who wants a thing like see the offering in our sale of the famous

The Kaiser and the Kaiser's sons lag behind.The o that pinned on him?

are not looming large as astute gen- As indicating the extent of Great o

erals. The War Lord's offspring felt aged by Britain's efforts to keep metals out of XEVIX SLOAVS GRANDFATHER'S -
TiR'AD.E.
Joffre's crushing hand at Marne and should not Germany, the public has been requested RESIDENCE IS : 1)) t44rtifl

in the Argonne. Since then the cur- The Board to pack whatever food may be MENTIONEDThe I

tain has dropped over the prowess of ganization sent to prisoners of war in cardboardor

the German imperial family. His ment and wooden boxes; or if the provisionsare Old South in American Architecture -

sons are seldom heard of, and the matter such as are usually put up in tin compiled by Mrs. Thaddeus / .MARK
Kaiser does not go to the front as the next boxes or cans that glass or earthen- Horton contains the following: "Res- / Q'-

frequently. His whereabouts are body. ware be substituted. idence of Col. Ball Sloan of South

wrapped in mystery. o Battery Charleston. This fine old SHIRTSRNOWN'ASTTHEIBESrvrHE .

O WALL'S The fact that Orange county once Georgia house of black cypress was
Taking Warsaw is a real man's job I. possessing the best clay roads in the built in 1780 by a member of the "BEST.KNQWN': ,

-eh, Kaiser? That state, has found it necessary to abandon Drayton family and used by them as

o made by the use of this material in road a residence, their country place beingon
Reports from Tampa indicate that issue of building> is an experience that should the Ashley river." Col. Sloan was

the incinerator at that city has dem- the east relieve other sections from undergoing Mr. Nevin Sloan's grandfather, the Mere price comparison means noth-

onstrated its usefulness. In one day should this experimental stage in road grandson being connected with Curtis
the plant has destroyed as high as ness and building.-Arcadia Daily News & O'Neal's book store. ing. It's what you get for what you pay.

126 loads of refuse. An incinerator TLc ---_--. -- That is the real measure of values.
plant is progress along sanitation alike; in (\ .
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lines for any city. With the contin- the same, s.

ued growth of Orlando such a plant other fo>

will be demanded. It is a safeguard 3cpu.aticn"Wants."r '

1 means against perfect the spread sanitation.of disease and opment. !h r... :i ,

o of the
"Warsaw Wobbling."-Tampa Trib. eventual

Curses, Calais Creaking o the amount state, 1 t \


When Italy went to war it was two;

freely predicted that she would have The

all the better of the Austrians on the of trade "

water, but that the latter would eas- Fort

ily win on land. Exactly the oppositehas along the
I Ic'
been the case. The Austrians be to 'c- d

have sunk several Italian destroyers among

a submarine, and two cruisers, whileon east and
land the Italians have performed cities.- ::2==::4kA

brilliantly, winning at many points. : '

.. prises.This war has furnished many sur- AT TilE\ NEW OPPORTUNITYfor $1.50 Shirts now $1.25 .

--o No
One by one the South Florida news- made the Man or Woman who says, $2.00 Shirts now $1.65

papers are falling in line for PerryG. had "Now, if I only had a Typewriter I"YOU
Wall. could $2.50 and $3.00 Shirts now $1.95
know how fast the dates grow old on your pught-to-be-answered letters.
o ative you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it is usually a
As expected, the publicity tax bill and to of the Spanish "Manana"-tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which $3.50 $3.75 and $4.00 Shirts
passed yesterday. Orlando will reap And so makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving. It is not a large ,
business Neither is it It is durable.It .
Remington typewriter. a temporary toy.
the harvest from this in sweet I $2.85
victory more now
is compact. It is easy-running. It it absolutely complete for home corres-
ways than one. If the budget thus pondence. And its price it only $50.00. Here at last is the high-class, home
secured by the half or one mill levyon where machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.

real and personal property is expended beverages Don't pen it-type itT
wisely and judiciously increased He
?VERY phase of modern life has its busl- Ink:Marathon to a type-clicking hundred-
property valuations may re- eyes. i-i ness side.Inwritinz.especlsJlr.ltps.rsto yard-dash. And cleanly typed pages score I
be bnslDeu- ke. Maybe you are secretary with the"prof." Value of
sult, and it is positive that Orlando breathed. of a club,lodge or socletr Take the Ministers authors and newspaper men The Great
will be better and more advanta- to come cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word" fairly flies to
tip a chair. In a jiffy you can type the notices their finger tips when they f An i on an easy
geously advertised throughout the anxiously of meetings or records of minutes or running typewriterlike (he Remington
letters. Its clean clear typewritten work Junior. These Shirts
country.We of has the"hundred-dollar"look. And do not overlook the Important business -
t" "Oh, If you are a committee chairman type advantage of making carbon copiesof
your reports on the Remington Junior. everything you write. You need never
hate to read of Haiti's revolution blushing They will race through the machine to the say. "I don't remember what I wrote."
merry music of the type. With noextrae/fort Remington Junior their make this
-the whole world is drinking two. But Students In high school and college can will give you neat, clear-cut duplicates offered at regular prices
change"paper"writing from the pen-and- whenever yon wish.
blood-except America. sundae sale unusually interesting to you now.
0 < Something New in Typewriters-the
Use of bicycles or motorcycles in gant."- We have them in plain white, also stripesin

the rural delivery service is prohib- all the leading shades.
ited by an order issued yesterday by Here is RemingtonJUNIOR

Postmaster General Burleson effective gists: 1 1IicksonIves

January 1, 1916. Mr. Burleson holds I

that vehicles of these types do not Media, THIS rampart machine I*not*, nippedwlth IS 00 down and the same amount earh'month,
have the 1.theattachment to the tluU.OD RemIngtoa adding li.00 only to the purchase price.
carrying capacity needed for low car bo in-.typewriters. The Kemingtoa Here Is your Bret opportunity to buy an absolutely
Junior is simply m fully-equipped bomsletter.arcing irst.grade personal typewriterat
the parcel post service and do not afford to Dr. and mannscnpting machine For tbme a Write today for descnpUw
purposes you will find IU everyday uses unlimited. b.w 1 1"W Investigate now. *
necessary protection for the York If yon have immediate writing to do.send o.
It occupies little space on :roar desk. It Is O.UO:; in cash,check or money order and we will
mails in bad weather. The order will leader, light Youcaneasilymoveitfroinplacetoplace send you the Remington Junior at once. Then
Von will find it m good time-sarinit inTwtmentfor yon can see for ourielf how soon yon learn to Co
affect about 8,000 carriers who now taxes, yourself, and cither members : family write rapist If yon wish to return it after 1) )
sill
who hare writing to do. Yon nod It an si ei'trial.yonmaydoso. We will refund lOIU"Kemembt
use the bicycle or motorcycle to cover sale eirelk-nt educator for;your children. V:>to.1ex the com of transportation.
The aemingtonJuntor isthe hometypewrttrrpare >r.the Kemington Junior Is a genaIne. -
their routes. been....uq'or. (1artt>rm..re.o.OO durable Remington tytewntrrearrywgthe
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Our Birmingham "Barons" are now were two ) Remington Typewriter Company
in second place in the Southern society (Ia6orpontod]
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days is throwing stones at speedersHow junction from _,ta COlDVof-ft.1: .hlcl1 F.._-.eetxi 111&1 eet"*;a:sill cbe of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

many of them are living in glass Dr. ltetnl toG \h s>.oo.oo fo of recelP'o..4o .....ofJo chandise, at right pricesf
houses is a problem. 1 eoc1000ei ; n> sn':ioeo gar h&f8"'Ia.li,
0f had In t I ch00ee' _,yanepW py tot It sa
property aDcl \h IDa.chiJ18t. $:>..00If
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f With some people life becomes dif- claimed l O\hlJ paP. or l1 aeact\pU-ofbe
ficult at times. That is to be expected. oo. OOkl&i.tJl&
and that ..a IDe y
It is apt to be worse just now if] 01' ,re pe"Jwc.QAlOf .
dence to .
you haven't had your vacation. But .
some people forget that dreary as ,

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DROWNED IN LAKE APOPKA rI: 0 ---
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I {@ n SIILtPf1J Saturday morning while Messrs. G. "Get It At Allen's"Xq142
P. Featherstun, W. E. Young, and a

colored man by the name of Jackson

were out fishing in Lake Apopka, the
SOCIAL CALENDAR box of candy. Miss :Margaret Mul- boat overturned, throwing them all

holland won the consolation, eatingthe into the water. The men all caught
Today smallest number of cones of any hold the boat GRANDTODAY ;? ;%
Half Holiday; many social events at of and remained there S.Li2 ; ks"'
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nearby summer resorts and camps.Picnio'for of the young ladies present.A for some time, when the colored man
Baptist choir at Winder- vote of thanks was extended to decided to swim ashore and get as-

mere. the retiring chairman of the enter- sistance to the others. Accordinglyhe

tainment committee, Welborn Phil- struck out and was watched for

"COFFEE AND lips, for his work in providing enter- some minutes by the two men at the I
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GOSSIP. tainment for the members during the :
boat he battled with the in
as
Ir waves at3 1 sf w .
An exchange gives the following: month of July. His successor as .
his efforts to reach terra firma. After
"')Irs. Grundy' will be 'at home' on
chairman of the committee will be
distance he
swimming some was seen Bd
Monday at the residence of Miss Belle Ludolph Wichtendahl.This to go under, and continued to come up WORLD FILM CORPORATION O A Constant Reminderof o
Browne from 3 to 5. Bring your entertainment for
closing July
'" at least five times, when he sank and
work. was one of the most delightful which did not rise until his recorded in link of
body was recov- friendship a precious metal. Limited onlyin
All the guests, some twenty in num- Presents"A
the club has yet enjoyed. Mrs. L. R.
ered. number to the friends you have; each link is a complete braceletin
ber, were well acquainted and
very Mulholland chaperoned the young Messrs. Featherstun and Young itself, and costs but 25 cents engraved free.
all responded eagerly to the invita- people. All of the members are look- DAUGHTER OF THE
stuck to the uptourned boat until they Give and receive one in return.
tion. When all were there and cosily I
ing forward to the next event with
rescued colored
were by a man who, PEOPLE
seated around the open fire with then .
great enthusiasm. with his wife, was in a boat fishing ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
work and a plate of delicious candy, ,
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the hostess said in a most confidential DINNER PARTY. some distance away when the acci- with Laura Sawyer, FrederickDe I
r dent occurred. The general supposi- [b
manner: The first and second divisions of tion is that Jackson simply drowned Belleville and Robert Broder- [OX "
"Do know, I heard somethingthe
you Mrs. W. E. Stevenson's music class from exhaustion. Thus another death I
other day that seems hardly credible were entertained at her home on South has been added to the list claimed by ick. Produced by J. Searle Daw-

and then she proceeded to tell DeLaney street yesterday. Eleven this lake. If quality for a low price is an object
ley the master of the .
screen.A
the most outlandish bit of gossip members of the class were present- l our wall papers will win :your favor.
Then ) For the next 30 days we will offer for
about one of the girls present. 0
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Allen ,
Clutha
Martha Brokaw Ora-
SERIOUS ILLNESS.OF MRS. (r o sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
each in turn was asked to relate a bit delle Rayborn, Lelia Fuller, Margaret MATHEWS from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the

of gossip about some one present. The Way, Thelma Sellers, Evelyn Gamble, time to buy, and do your papering
stories were funny in the extreme, PICTURE EVERY ONE when you get ready.
Ruth Lockhart, Helen Lockhart, Flor-' Friends of Mrs. W. II. Mathews
and soon every one was in gales of rie Bennet Ella Fuller. We also carry a full line of Hiph-
There matrons Merry games, wifeBf the chief of the fire depart- SHOULD SEE. r Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
laughter. were no
both musical and otherwise
were en- ment will to learn of her
ill-
regret We invite
you to call and inspect
and when went to the ca
present, they
in and in the afternoon short
gaged a ness at Gainesville, Ga., where she our stock.Orlando.
dining room there was a'ribbon lead-
musical
rendered. The
program was went several weeks
to the _
' ing to each place with the words, much both teacher ago spend & a i ---.
day was enjoyed by -
Mrs.
summer. Mathews is ill
"On the end you'll find your fate." and quite 10 cents 20 cents
pupils. Paint & Wall O
and a telegram received this morn- Paper
The tall maiden found a nice, dap-
per little man (a picture) on her rib- SOCIETY NOTESOF ing states that there is grave dangerof 205 S. Orange Avenue
typhoid fever. Mrs. Mathews'
bon when she pulled it from under INTEREST.The daughter, Mrs. Roy Householder COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
,
the floral centerpiece the society Misses Dorothy and Ella Tay- leaves tonight for Georgia and Cap- Tomorrow: That clever John
belle found a nice dignified clergyman lor Slemons arrived in the city Mon-
tain Mathews will probably get off tomorrow Barrymore in "The Dictator." -
; the engaged girl had the head day from Orlando and are the guestsof morning. It is hoped that MHIMiliMMtlMMMIMIIIMIIIIIilMMMMMMMiThe
of her tall young fiance glued on.top their brother-in-law and sister
Mr. they will find Mrs. Mathews' condi- Five Reels of Laughter.
of a portly elderly man, with the and Mrs. Richard P.
Marks
their
at tion much Times.
words "Ten years hence" on it. The home on East Duval street. Miss improved.-Tampa i New Ice Company |

pictures had been cut from old mag-
Dorothy Slemons is en route to Penn- COMMISSIONERS MEET MONDAYThe
azines. The whole affair was one prolonged sylvania, where she will spend the remainder I PHONE 675
f gale of merriment, and the
of the summer, and Miss Ella bbard of commissionerswill
girls all declared if "laugh and grow Slemons will remain in Jacksonvillefor county
.fat" proved true they would all add meet Monday morning at the
several weeks visit.
a During court house in regular monthly session Delivery DailyWait
many pounds to their avoirdupois. their sojourn here they will be delightfully and some very important busi-

--0- entertained, a number of ness is scheduled to come before the
THE MISSES SLEMONS social affairs having been planned in board. for our wagon. We think
GUESTS OF HONOR.In their honor.-Times-Union.

honor of her sisters, the Misses ft ON STORK SPECIAL ROOf GARDEN( you will like our ioe.

Dorothy and Ella Taylor Slemons, of Mrs. Frank Gordon entertained

Orlando, who are here for a visit, Wednesday afternoon for Miss Nina Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 the stork
Mrs. Richard P. Marks entertained at Swearingen at her home
on South
made a visit to the home of James
a river party last evening. Lake street. Novel The New Ice
guessing contests 0. Spink, on Lucerne Circle, leavinga Company ij ijIlillMliltMlllliMllilllMlillllllllilliHimtMtl'
The young people, chaperoned by were enjoyed, Miss Annie Crux win- fine seven pound baby girl. TODAY
Mr. and Mrs. Marks, left about 8 ning a silver friendship link as a

o'clock on the launches Kathrich II., prize. Light refreshments were served, TO EXCHANGEFive

and the Helen, for Orange Park. i after which plans were discussed for room dwelling, 7 blocks from THE CROWN OF DEATH"Princess
On arrival there, dancing was en-: the organization of a summer club.' depot, at Lakeland; lot 95x145; fifty -F- f* **r-

joyed in the pavilion, and at a late The guests were Misses Annie Crux, large fruit trees. Price $1,800. Want Hassan-"Under the MiHUiimiilMHIiililitMiMIIMIilltlllMlimii
any kind of property at Orlando or
hour refreshments were served. Beatrice Barker, Ruth Pine Castle. Crescent. Final Episode.
Mrs. Marks was assisted in look- McCullough, Theresa Warner, Bessie Want good light car for lots at Pine

ing after the pleasure of her guests Quigg, and Roxana Irvine. Castle and some cash.J. .
by Mrs. Robert Patton Colyer. B. SMITH, Pine Castle. I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
7-29-31 "RIGHT OFF THE REEL"
The affair was delightfully informal The Sewing Circle of the MethodistAid .

and was one of a number of small Society met with Mrs. A. D. Cor- Max Asher, Gale Henry, Wm.

parties planned in honor of these pop- nell and Mrs. J. R. Davis, on Lake-
ular members of the FavoriteTODAY'S Farney. Joker Comedy. _
younger set of view avenue, Tuesday afternoon, ,
Orlando, both of them being well twenty-one being present. After the

known here, having frequently visited busy hour of sewing ice cream and PROGRAM

Mrs. Marks. cake were served. These weekly gath- "REFORMATION"A "THE WRONG LABEL"A

Among those enjoying the evening erings are much enjoyed by all who one part American drama of real Tense Melodrama.Jane CURTIS & O'NEAL
with the hostess and honorees were attend. life, featuring Ed. Coxen and Win-

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Palton Colyerf ifred Greenwool. Gale, Allen Holubar.
"THE WINNING HAND"A
Misses Amy Shields, Susan Hartridge, Miss Thelma Merck, of Eustis, Fla., one part Reliance drama --
Helen Hartridge, Jean Stockton, Ellen is the guest of her cousin, Miss "A SUSPENDED CEREMONY"An ; Insurance Loans RealJEstate

Bours, Marie Lassiter, Elizabeth Ber- Gladys Hamrick, for a few days. American Beauty comedy-drama Pair Ladies' Silk Hose given
of Baltimore Helen Bowen and featuring Margaret Fischer and
ry, Rentals
Harry Pollard."AMBROSE'S.
at nine o'clock.
Messrs. Bowen Franklin MAYOR away
Rudolph SPERRY AND PARTY LOFTY PERCH"A
Russell, Clement Rinehart, Joe Pea- WILL RETURN TODAY good Keystone comedy.
lock, James Bettes, Tracy Acosta, Five cents to all. (Nuff sed.)

Moody Clarkson, Robert Parker, Ed- Mayor E. F. Sperry and party, including The One-Price Theater

win Arnold, William Young, Gayle Mrs. Sperry, Mrs. C. E. John-

McFadden, James Bours and Phil son and daughter, Miss Dorothy, and The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN

May.-Jacksonville Times-Union. Mr. W. J. Hamrick, who have been

-0Sf spending several weeks in the
moun-
10 cents 5 cents ESTABLISHED 1886
THE "BIG TEN" AT tains of North Carolina, enjoying life Select Boarding and Day
LAKE GATLIN. in the Land of the Sky, are expected School for Girls

Another of those enjoyable social home today, having made the entire 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 Pathe Feature Monday night.

events for which the "Big Ten" has trip by automobile. Primary, Intermediate and Academic Something very good. "

such an enviable record was "the big Grades .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIt

ice cream cone cutting up event" at TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Also Music Art, Elocution, Physical

the Lake Gatlin camp of the Beardalls' Culture and Domestic Science.

Tuesday evening.The WANTED TO RENT-Small farm For Catalogues address the Rector

first prize in the cone eating near Orlando; house, barn, chicken Rev. Roderick
P. Cobb, A. M.
houses and
plenty water; rent mod-
contest was awarded to Miss Elbeth erate. Address F. R. care Sentinel. Orlando, Fla. Mouth
Your
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CASTLE NOTES Besides hoping that we have a good MANY HEROES AMONG WIRE- cabin until the hurricane deck alone -
I I school year, that our teachers meet LESS OPERATORS remained above water.
Pine Castle, Fla., July 27.-Mr.and with every success in their work, London.-At a meeting of the Mar Upon the outbreak of war the com- The l4ai'ket:
W. Matchett left Wednesday there are of us who hope that l
Mrs. J. many
coni company Godfrey Isaacs, who pany called on its men for volunteers OF CLEANLINESS OF
morning for New York, Mr.\ and Mrs.J. the school piano will be entirely paid QUALITY
to the devotion to the and and 400 were
presided referring for navy army
G. Tyner taking them to Sanfordin for this winter. OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
their auto; there they took a boat The subject of incorporation of this duty displayed by the company's op- now in the service. Five had gone FRESH AND SALT MEATS
up the St. Johns river to Jacksonville, town is coming up again. This will erators, mentioned the case of Operator down with their ships or were killedin Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
where they embarked on the steamer be the third time. Let us consider it Swift of the Armenian, whose action. On more than one occasionthe 1
Comanche for New York city. They I well and have the chance to work decidedly cabin was blown to pieces by: shellfire admiralty had expressed appre- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fri&b.*
will spend some time in New York for the good of Pine Castle. I but who stood to his duty to the ciation of the resource and courage and pure
state, visiting at different points I Why should Pine Castle be incor- end, and was ultimately saved unhurt.In shown by the wireless men. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
along the Hudson river. porated? BecauseIn i, The case of the Lusitania also everything in the Meat Line.
union there is strength.We the operators never left their wireless' Subscribe for the Morning Sentinel,
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Sunday left '
Thursday morning in their auto for need outside capital to developour I Hf. 2VT. Self & Co. ;

the northern part of the state and beautiful location. PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET
Capital can not be induced to put
months relatives
two
will
spend among -
and old friends at Chattahoochee funds outside of incorporated towns. )LTh It Costs Us MoneyTo
Mount Pleasant, and Quincy.Mr. The high rate of insurance outsideof

Monday. and morning Mrs. for E. Columbia 1.. Sphaler, S.left C, interest incorporated on the investment.We towns consumes. the Save You ARE YOUR CHILDREN LEARNING MUSIC?

need better street, better
for an indefinite stay among relativesin lights and a better town, which will These vacation days should be used to interest the
that locality. MoneyOn
Mrs. G. C. Miller and children! returned and bring make more more people business.with more* money. children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish .

Sunday from a visit with rela- I i. We have the best location to make everything in music and musical instruments. Music refines -

tives at Kissimmee.Mr. one of the best little towns in Florida. elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous '
Marvin Miller, of Conoly, with Citizens of Pine Castle, think about account of the heavy duties of life.
his family, was guest Sunday. of his :these things and get busy!
brother, Mr.\ G. C. Miller. i I # trade Saturday will con- %v. S. BRANCH
Mr. and Mrs. J. B.hlls and two II
THE STERLINGS AT THE SKATING ,
little sons, of Orlando, visited Sunday I RINKThe tinue this sale all this week. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STOREHart's
with their mother, llrs.Iartha\ Mills, r I .
and Mr.\ and Mrs. J. G. Tyner. 1 clever Sterlings, who delighteda This ad is bringing US results I
I large audience at the Grand theatre '
Judge Webb and Mr. John Harper, Monday evening, will give exhibitionsat and it will pay you to
of Atlanta, Ga., were recent guests at the Skating Rink Thursday, Friday ; Meat' Prices
I and Saturday, with a matinee Saturday -
Pine Crest hotel, and were looking TAKE ADVANTAGE of the
afternoon. See them at their
over the field here for real estate in- I best on the big rink floor. 7-28-41
vestments. prices offered. \ Cannot Be Beat
Mrs. Alma T. McCulloch, of Orlando e tlP .

is-visiting her relatives, Mr. and -
Behind
Get a -
Mrs. C. H. Hoffner.Mr. .

and :Mrs. Wagoner, of Lake CW' I I 16 pounds Sugar ______________________________$1.00 Special Prices
Hamilton, passed through town en 9tv Lemons per dozen ____________t._________________15c
route to visit their daughter, Mrs. and enjoy a really cool. dry tweet I 21 pounds Pillsbury's Flour _____________________$1.10 CHUCK STEAK ................ .. .... .. ...'.........._.......' lOc.

over Palmer town, at Conway.by Mr. J.They B. were Smith shown and smoke. boil The won't Wellington get foul.Pipe wont Other Fox River Flour, Blue, 24 pound Valley sacks and Gold 80c.Seal. 90c.Butter, and _,____________$1.00_37c ROUND STEAK: .... ........... ... ............................ 15('.

there is a possibility of their locating America Made In Oleomargerine, Purity Brand, 2 pounds for _____ -- _45c LOIN STEAK .................... ............................. ISc.

here.Mr. Come m.dTk i t Kingan's Sliced Bacon, per pound _________________32c FLORIDA PORK: .............................................. ISc.
and Mrs. E. D. M. Perkins and pick'OW f.. = '- Other Breakfast Bacon ____________________20c. to 23c '
family spent Sunday with Mrs. Per- "ant.. wpe.. a ____12 18c. and 20c WESTERN PORK ................ ............................. 22s.
3)(0 .iOc.up. Smoked Bacon, per pound__ __ />c., ,
kins' brother, Mr. Jerome Parker, of Y JI Best Raw Boneless Ham _________________________22c CASH ONLY
Winter Park. Best Ham _______________________________18c and 19c -
Mr. John T. Couppett, of Tampa, I White Bacon per pound, 10c., Side Bacon _________121 oc
was a visitor here Monday, lookingover New Irish Potatoes, peck 25c., half bu. 45., bu.______85cNew ,
real estate, being shown about I Irish Potatoes per barrel, 10 pecks,__________$1.90 P. C. HART
town by Mr. J. B. Smith, real estate ISayALYou : 7 small cans Van Camp's Cream __________________25c
man, and was favorably impressedwith 7 tall cans Van Camp's Cream ____________________oOc PHONE 213. 33; WEST CHURCH ST.
Pine Castle. Mr. Couppett is G dozen, 1 case small Van Camp Cream ___________32.30
from Uniontown, Pa., and has been in want .to see this new 4 doz., tall Van Camp Cream ____________________$;.J5

Tampa some little time. package Spider is introducing to Eagle Brand Milk can ______________________15c. SKATING
Mrs. Eliza Sphaler and son, Alton, 4 cans 2 pound Tomatoes, 25c., per doz ____________70c RINKSEE
of Taft, will become residents of Pine I the market-its the swellest 0 cans, 2 pound Corn 2oc., per dozen _______________95c
Castle after the first of the month, thing out in the way of little Best Van Camp's Peas, per can 10c., per doz. _____$1.10
having purchased the residence of !, White House Coffee, per pound ____________________>3c THE MARVELOUS
)Ir. and Mrs. L. :\fcnane '. Cigars. Maxwell House Coffee, per lb. _________________...:__31c
Rev. K. D. Jones preached, morn- ;See him at theGood Arbuckle's Coffee, per pound 19c.: Green Coffee15cPure
ing and evening, in Union chapel', I I Coffee in bulk, per pound 18c.; 5 pounds ______83c MR. BILLETER. .
Sunday. 3 cans Campbell's Soup 25c.;dozen cans ___________95c
Rev. E. T. Poulson, of Orlando, will I Succotash and Spinach 2 pound cans, 2 cans ________25c
preach next Sunday afternoon, August I and Bad All lOc. size Pork and Beans, 3 cans for __--_________23c; walking and skating on the
1, at 3 o'clock, in the Baptist : "iO pound Pail Lard $4.00, large pail No. 10, ________93c Slack
church. I StoreOrange Pure Georgia Syrup in barrel per gallon ___________55c WireNights
Rev. B. II. Guy, of Bassenger, will : Cigar Pure Florida Syrup in gallon cans, each ____________55c
preach on Monday evening August 2, hallo Icing per can _____________________________20c of July 26-27-38'
at the Baptist church. lie was for- : AycnueBargaini lOc. size Assorted Extracts, 3 bottles ______________20c
merly minister to the Baptist congregation 3 packages Ice Cream Powder or Jello _____________25c
of this place and is well known I Pound Can Rumford's Powder 23c., half pound can ___13c ADMISSION 10 CENTS
here where he has scores of friends 3 cans Sodarine _________________________________13c -
so he will in all probability be greeted f fi fj Welche's Grape Juice per qt.45c; pint 23c.; /_ pint14clOc.

with a large audience. size Jelly, Peanut Butter, Pickles, Salad Dressing:
Union Sabbath school held its an- assorted, 3 for _______________________________25c ,
nual picnic Thursday in Aden's grove. Corn Beef, Roast Beef. Alright Brand, per can ______20c
There was a good sized crowd, but Potted Hams and Sardines, 6 cans for _____________25c ORLANDO ROOFING '
the attendance would have been much i: 3 cans Vienna Sausage __________________________25c .
larger if the weather had been better. :'i! 3 cans Cove Brand Oysters _______________________20c AND
The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society held I Tall Pink Salmon, per can lOc.; per dozen ________$1.10
a "box social" Saturday evening for i Pie Peaches, Apples and Pumpkins 3 lb. cans, each __10c SHEET METAL CO.

the benefit of the new Baptist church. I II Dried Prunes and Peaches, per pound _____________lie
Choir practice Tuesday evenings at j I! New house, 8 rooms and bath. Currants and Raisins per package _________________lOc
the Baptist church. E. D. M. Perkins, All Soaps, including Ivory, Fells Naptha and Sweet- Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
director. Location perfect, 4: blocks from heart, __________________________________6 for 25c:
The new school directors for this center of city, east side.: Grits and Meal, 10 Ibs for 25c.; 92 lb. sack ________$2.10 and Rubber RoofingsCornices
district are Messrs. J. W. Matchett, Flour in half barrel ____________________$3.75 to $-1.00
C. J. Sweet and J. F. IL-uris. The For quick sale $3000. Cash or Self-Raising Flour, half barrel 96 pounds ________S3.90 Skylights .Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
teachers appointed for the coming terms. Pillsbury's Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds __________$4.25
are Mr. L. L. Tucker, of Dade Bacon and Hams nice
year
Smoked
Full line of all kinds of Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO (h .
City, principal; Miss Alma Miner, of and fresh; all unwraped.
Orlando, and):hiss Bessie Lawson, of I
Kissimmee. School' will begin earlyin I NOTE OUR FEED PRICES
.
September.The Corn per sack ________________________________$1.95 -
time is passing quickly and the CARL DANN Oats, per sack ________________________$2.10 to $2.25;
school year of 1915-16 will soon open. I Beet Pulp, per sack ___________________________$1.75
-- =- Sweet Feed per sack __,________________$1.65 to $1.75;
;;;;;; IMIIIIMIIIItllM MfllllO "M-T I Shorts per sack _______:_______________________$1.75 WATCH THIS SPACEMr.

Bran per sack ____1___________________________$1.60
BREAKERS HOTEL Chicken Feed per sack" ________________________82.15
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA Cotton Seed Meal, per sack 7V! per cent, $1.50: 5 Automobile Man

per cent __________________________________$1.25
Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. Best Wheat per sack __________________$2.40 to $2.50 ;
Hot and Cold running water in every room Salt. hundred pound sack ________________________70c
LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH Chick Food Egg Producer, per package ___________20c
Reduced rates from July 15th to September loth $S to Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
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i=" bL tth5-tl --mild Shiiig1esl i l SENTINEL !TEMPORARY CHANGE OF LOCATION ARCADE

iI lOwing' to the rebuilding which is
iI .now going on in the Guernsey Block
I I have been compelled to close up the
WANTS !Royal Palm Barber Shop but the MILK
barbers can be found at J. B. Harris' i
I :place on Church street, ready to serve
:you. Thanking you for favors, ]
A 'y A i Yours: truly, '!
I
The Morning Sentinel Want 1 7-20-121 ELIJAH WHITEHEAD. iI j DEPOTBUTTER
Directory is the Greatest Want I -
ORLANDO I Ad Medium in Orlando. I FOR SALEI
have for sale one full blooded I
1 Terms Cash in Advance.RATES I Jersey cow, just come fresh with her MILK
third calf also one heifer, with her ;
I ;
and Lime
Plaster
Cement, Agatite! first calf three-fourths Jersey: and I Fresh Every Day. .'
For One Day __ _____-_25c one-fourth Holstein. My residence is 5c. per glass '0
I II For Three Days ====______ 50c near Clarcona, Fla., and my postoffice II 23c.:
I I For Six Days ______________'75c I,address is Apopka. Fla., Box 95. G., per gallon
11 For One Month ____________$2. 0 :W. Riner, Apopka, Fla. CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies on all ads of I 7-2 -d&wtf. BUTTER
25 words or less. If the ad con- I Fresh
Homemade
tains more than 25 words the rate ..
,FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawnswings SANDWICHESPIES -
I will be one cent per word for of
| and all kinds carpenter
each additional word, for each in- I AND CAKES
i work go to Tracy & :Moore 18 East
sertion.If
I Church street. 7-25-1moc
you can't bring your ad to i I

A RUUD WATER HEATER the counts office opened telephone by telephone No. 24.will Ac-be i RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB i I ARCADEMILKOEPOTSURVEYING[

payable the following day. j Located in the Arcade Building

I All work guaranteed and neatly -
Every Home-Every Business
I done. Our work is the best
FREE Every Man has use for a
l' Sentinel l Want Ad. I and our prices are the lowest. !
This is the to have
.1 place your I Plating and Sub-Dividing
old clothes made new.
I -
Suit scrubbed and .
FOR SALE pressed75c.Suit
PROMPT AND ACCURATE
dry cleaned, pressedGOc.Suit .
WORK
1 FOR SALE-Hup roadster, '14 model, pressed _____________40c.
good mechanical condition; $400 All Palm Beaches scrubbed HAL A. IRISH
cash leaving Address Box 73.;
I 17-23-3t; city. and pressed ____________50c I
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Civil Engineer
With every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an en- I I FOR SALE-Orange and grapefruit We do ladies' work also. Giveus
trees, all varieties, in any quantities Watkins BIdg. Orlando, Fla. '
tirely new service we will give absolutely FREE one RUDD I Will set out and guarantee trees a trial and be convinced.
:to live if desired. Alex Oliver. Clothes called for and delivered.
TANK WATER HEATER, regular price $12.00, or we will makean .:7-27-Cte Phone 6 13. '

allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- MULES FOR SALE $3.25VV
I Pair nice mare mules in good condition .
stantaneous Water Heater. !I suitable for farm or heavy hauling Harness Making)
; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply
If you have a water heater and want a new range let us I'I P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining and RepairingAll End
Co., Orlando, Florida 7-17-tfc
make you an attractive price on one. !I
.,FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top kinds of leather repairing, such I RatesTO
Come in and talk it over with us. and wind shield, at Ford -Garage.I as Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,

7-3-tf Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket I
I III TAMPA AND RETURN
I FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
j one quarter mile from city limits; get your scissors sharpened. I VU
'very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- I

I'poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. 25; West Church Street, in Hopkins
6-9-tf '
I i Shoe Shop. Atlantic Coast LineStandard

Ii i FOR RENT
.. I W. A. BOSTON
FOR RE Furnished and unfur- Railroad of the South
II ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. 7-20-12t
Knox. 7-9-tf
Tickets sold for all trains Sat-

GAS DEPARTMENT I WANTED Phone 72 urday and forenoon trains Sun-

day.
WANTED-Plain sewing, by the day.I
': Especially good at darning and i Paul V. HutchinsAttorney Limited to reach original Start-
mending. Mother's helper in general.| ing point by midnight Tuesday.
'Address K., Sentinel, or phone 478. I' and Counsellor at Law
7-28-6tc Favorite Line Excursions to

I St. Petersburg, U. S. Ports,
WANTED-To rent or buy a good II Dads & McNeil BIdg Pass-a-Grille .
reliable family horse. P. O. Box i
-.. 754. 7-25-3t.1 ORLANDO, FLA.

I __ For Information Call on
WANTED-Salesman and collector I
for Orange county. Apply No. 43 D. W. WHITE, D.T.A.

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

II I

T SOCIAL I Meets Greek

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

BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 To reduce our stock as much as possible old adage, and the one who
by the 15th, will give a discountof wins as the most perfect gentleman Floral Designs
I 25 per cent. off our regular cash will be the one who feels
And for weeks price in store. Hammond
continuing two on& Gore.any goods 6-5-tf- himself to be such. Your per-

I sonal appearance has a powerful
Umbrellas recovered and repaired effect on your consciousness.
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT "while you wait," at Young's Repair Violet Dell Florist.
1_ ]I Shop. 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2-4-lyre '


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

Men's Palm Beach Suits and. Extra Pants at FOR SALE AT SACRIFICE CLINT BASSPHONE

One of the best trucking and fruit 375 .
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
I farms in Prosper Colony, consistingof West Jefferson Street
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 .,
good crop will go with the place. A Hand|Wood CompanyWood
good six room house and good out I
buildings. In sight of depot, church DR. L H. RAMSDElL
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. and school. The place will bear in- OPTOMETRIST of AlliKInds: .
spection. For particulars, address
Box Taft, ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
WINTER GARDEN FLA. : 57 Fla. 7-24-12t PROMPT SERVICE
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FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
Read the :Morning Sentinel for the I AND DO ALL KINDS OF REASONABLE PRICE

news. lOc. a week delivered. : OPTIrAY. RKPATRTN(
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Mr. W. L. Clark spent yesterday at
Sanford looking after business mat-

ters. .

Mrs. John S. Arnold, Jr., has arrived -
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in Orlando on a visit to her par- :
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slemons.
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Mr. John Harvey left yesterday I
AreTouStretcY urDollarsc-' morning over the Atlantic Coast Line I SAVINGS CHECKSARE
for Chicago where he will remain until -
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fall.
WORTH
Savings checks are worth $1.04 for

Why not give greater elasticity to your cur- every $1.00. 7-7-tf $1.04 for Each $1.00They

rency by making it accomplish larger things-to Attorneys C. P. Dickenson and Victor -

make it go farther and prove its ability to earn S. Starbuck went to DeLand to are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by
look after the interests of clients be-
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants:
fore Judge Perkins in chambers.The .
ty here in earning 4 per cent.
Allen & Company, Jewelers.W. Gordon's Bakery.
following well known citizensof S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs. t
Our steady growth in depositsand Pine Castle visited Orlando yester- Butt's, Refreshments.City O. K. Pool Room. '
day: :Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sweet, Mr. Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries. I ..
general business is evidenceof and Mrs. J. G. Tyner, :Mr. E. M. B. Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
ability to serve our customers John Empie, Grocer.J. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market. .
Perkins, and Mr. J. B. Smith.
Feinberg, Men's Furnishings.Good Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles etc. ,
well, and the character of our and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
Board of Directors gives assur- 4 % Mrs. Ida C. Galey, who has been on avenue and Arcade building.I. Store.
W. Phillips & Son.J. Mayer Candy Co.
four months trip visitnig friends in
ance of strength and conserva- a A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, DentistS.
tive management in "stretchingthe Pennsylvania and Ohio, returned Mon- Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. Jones, Chiropractor.R. .
day and is with her daughter, Mrs.S. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.
earning" capacity of your dol H. Atha, 602 Magnolia avenue. T. P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital. j l !
lars.

How many savings checks have you
collected 7-7-tf ....

Mr. W. C. Temple, one of Winter. They can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart- J
The State Bank Park's prominent and popular citi- ment of the

zens, spent yesterday in Orlando attending -
Orlando Fla. : a meeting of the directors of A
the Subtropical Midwinter Exposition.Miss The Peoples National Bank


Jeannette Griffin, niece of Mr.
and Mrs. S. S. Griffin, who has been
visiting them at their home on Lake
Eola, left yesterday afternoon for
Kissimmee.Mr. I
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J. W. Rex is keeping up with .
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the: build now and general improvement -
and is erecting at his pretty I
home, 312 North Main street, a commodious illinium .''MtlilllliliM
|It's An Economy To double sleeping porch. .
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Savings checks are money in the
Buy Now! bank. 7-7-tf


Mr. A. P. Fudge, a prominent citi- I PACKARD Wins Grand
zen of Grassmere, was here yesterday
on business and pleasure. He was accompanied -
by Mrs. Fudge, who spent
Ernest the day Akers.with her daughter, Mrs. Prize at San FranciscoThe


Miss Marion Gilbert, of Jacksonville -

state organizer for the Woodmen only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan- ...,
Circle, the woman's auxiliary of ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Hon
Spring WaterIs the Woodmen of the World, was in
Orlando the first of the week. She or were both awarded to PACKARD.It .
held a conference with District. Or- is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-

ganizer Belisario. ties of permanent success that are back of the new

a standard for After spending a couple of days in
:Miami, J. G. McCrory left yesterday
purity, aids diges- morning for Palm Beach. He was Packard T\vin-Six

greatly pleased with the business out-
tion and eliminates
look in :Miami in which one of his
chain of nearly one hundred and fifty
acidity. :: :: five and ten cent stores is located.-


This being accomplished a world of sick Miami Savings Herald.checks collected' is'money San Juan Garage Company!

ness is saved Nature provided Spring Water in the bank. 7-7-tf ,

and Spring Water alone for mankind and
J. M. Raleigh, who has been spend- OrlandoDaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
nothing can take its place.BEGIN ing some time in Fort Myers, looking
after property interests in this vicin-
NOW ity, left yesterday for Sarasota for a
short stay, after which he will pro-
ceed to his home at Orlando. W. C. '. .li. . . . '. nillttMMMMMMIIMili 'IIIIII'ILII" *
Battey, of this city, accompanied Mr. -=

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA Rev. A. A. Rickert was among the i Who Will Be Your Executor? J
Orlandoites
leaving yesterday morning -
Phone
WRIGHT 444
over the Atlantic Coast Line it -
'
spend the remainder of the summer in II I I ANSWER NO. 2
other states. He will while away the 'i
most of his vacation in the vicinity of : Your estate may be materially impaired as a
New York city. Many of his friends II direct result of the appointment of an executor

ftMtmilHIMMMMIMMIMIIMIMilMMitlillllMIJULY were at the depot to wish him bon I or trustee.
.
voyage.Ask When an individual is appointedThe :-

is generally weaker.It .
financial responsibility
for savings checks; they are
your money in the bank. 7-7-tf is usually provided in wills that the person ,
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SUGGESTIONS Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the First nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
Methodist church at Orlando, is from giving bonds.
spending several days in Tampa, the When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex-
; Wedding Gift Presents for your bridesmaids, best guest of his daughter, Mrs. T. F. Alexander pense of the estate, and then only partial security
Suburb Beautiful. Rev. I
; ushers ? Or articles of Ley against loss is provided.When 4ar
man, etc. perhaps some new ; formerly lived in this city and num- I r
selectedI
is :-
Trust
the latest design in gold jewelry for summer wear, ', bers friends by the score and on every I a Company
visit that he makes he receives hearty I The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
or a new toilet set for the ccming vacation.Be is secured.A .
and cordial greetings.Tampa Tri-

what it may, if a high-class jeweler's estab- ; bune. I bond which has behind it the entire financial i
of the Institution is always filed with
lishment should have it you will find it here, of superb / Mr. G. E. Hauselt, the popular and I the strength Probate Court at no cost to the estate. ii

; ; quality and value. and properly priced. accommodating assistant cashier of
it
I Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue
the Peoples National Bank, will leave
I Saturday over the Atlantic Coast Line I I of this newspaper. t

1 Prices always; the Lowest when Quality is Considered. I for Jacksonville, where he will sail
I Sunday on the Clyde Line steamship 4- Come in any time and freely ask for further
I Comanche for New York city. After i information on this vitally important subject.
I spending a while in the metropolis h You are always welcome, and our officers are al- i ii
sight seeing and calling on friends he I'. ; ways glad to advise. -
I will go'to Atlantic City, and wind up

T. H. EVANSJEWELER his vacation in the Adirondacks. i The Orlando Bank & Trust Company i

Doctors 1 !

Biickiiinster & Bi'niithigePersonal Orlando, Florida


instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00 I

A KarksviL'e! Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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