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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 30, 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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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1915. NUMBER 145. J





,GREAT BRITAIN MAKES CONCESSIONS ; I




WARSAW'S FATE IS NOT YET DECIDED 11






CONCESSIONS MAY RELIEVE WITH-U.BY TENSION S.BRITAIN Becker Death Goes With To CHICAGO STIRRED OVER EASTLAND MEXICANS TRAMPLE THE : 1 a





.I WAESAWHOIDSGERMANSATBAYBut Prayer On DISASTER AND WILL ASK WilSON AMERICAN flAG REIGN I


It Is Admitted That Fate His Lips ;

Hinges on Battle of Narew ID MAKE SPECIRL INQUIRY AT ONCE

River-Germans Make Ossining N. Y., July .-Before .
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Slow Greater New York will arouse itselfto ,I Of TfRRO"" AT CAPITAL !
Progress FEDERAL INSPECTORS VINDICATED -
its daily furore tomorrow morning PORT AU PRINCE IS QUIET

Washington, July 29.The state Charles Becker will have died in the BY REDFIELD; .
department has been advised inform- Sing Sing electric chair. -
ally by Great Britain that she is pre- He will be followed in the chair bya UNDER CAPERTON CREW RESPONSIBLE TAMPA PLANS BIG STATE A CRITICAL SITUATION DEVELOPS -

pared to make certain concessions to negro half breed, Sam Saynes, who FROM FLAG
American commerce which she hopes wantonly slew' a woman whom he MATTER TO GO BEFORE CONGRESS
INCIDENTIlllORYjilMRRESTED
coveted. LANDS FORCE ON HAITI GOLF TOURNAMENTTAMPA
will remove some friction between the ; _
two countries. Twenty minutes after Becker sits CO.OPERATES'VITH

..1 .*. One of'the most important concessions on the oaken seat he and the negro OTHER NATIONS Congressman Sabath Aroused- :
that will be offered is that Great will lie side by side on the marble 2 Officials Under Arrest- AUTO AND GOLF

Britain will modify her order prohib- slabs and four doctors will open their CLUB PLANNING FOR
Americans Attacked but No
Federal Grand
Jury
Mexico
iting shipments out of Germany or bodies as though they were brothers. AUTUMN EVENT City Faces Famine-An .
Austria-Hungary of goods bought by Thus will be reduced the once Casualties-United States Hearing Testimony Ultimatum Will Be Sent to '
Americans. feared czar of New York's garish All Set to Spank the
Many Clubs in Various Cities Carranza
tenderloin; thus, at last, the final pay- Revolutionists Chicago, July 29.With two ship by United
Been Asked Join
Have
Petrograd Says Critical Battle Is On ment for the murder of Rosenthal line officials under arrest and two to States

Petrograd, July 29.-The Battle rag- will be exacted. Washington, July 29.Dispatchesto other men served with mittimuses for -Orlando Will Gh.eHearty -
ing south of the Narew is expected to Tonight Charles Becker, a miser- the navy department from Admiral their arrest, and with the federal Support Washington, July 29.-Another crit- '
r decide the fate of Warsaw in forty- able death partner of the forsaken Caperton, who landed a force at Portau grand jury organized for the hearingof ical situation was developed in Mex-
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eight hours. The Germans, reinforced black man, is on his knees praying Prince, the capital of Hayti, last witnesses tomorrow, and the state Tampa, Fla., July 29.-A Florida ican affairs today when the state department ;

F by three corps, have redoubled their with two good priests that God might night, show that Americans were at- grand jury drawing up indictments, golf tournament in Tampa in Novem- was informed officially that i -
attack, while their artillery shells the have mercy on him. tacked but without casualties. the inquiry into the steamship East- ber or December is almost assured, the American flag had been trampled t .

Russian resrve stations. The effortsof At 10:30 o'clock tonight Becker be- Admiral Caperton has taken pos- land disaster took a decidedly sensa- according to golf expert, C. J. Smith, upon and torn to pieces near Pachuca, Jt -
Von Hindenberg to reach the rail- gan to worry about his wife. He session of the city and is cooperatingwith tional turn tonight when Congressman of the Tampa Auto and Golf Club, and that Allen :Mallory, an American

way, which is the key to Warsaw, asked Deputy Warden Johnson whether the British, French and American A. J. Sabath attacked the inves- who is working on the match. He is citizen carrying dispatches, had been *
thus far have completely failed. The he had heard any news. At 11 legations. tigation conducted by Secretary Red- being 'backed enthusiastically by the i arrested and threatened with death, i

fighting along the upper Bug is developing o'clock Mrs. Becker had not arrived field and threatened to take the mat- local club and is reciving assurancesof I and that a "reign of terror" exists in *

to the advantage of the Rus- and Becker began to make plain his ENGLAND MAINTAINS A RIGID ter before congress. hearty support from neighboringclubs. the Mexican capital. 4

sians, who have recaptured three important worry for her was to take precedenceover CENSORSHIP Secretary Redfield's vindication of Before this dispatch arrived the
positoins lost Saturday. In his religious preparations for the inspectors who watched the load- The tournament, as planned by Mr. state department had received by cou-

the Baltic provinces the German ad- death. London.-The rigor of England's ing of the 2,500 people on the East- Smith, will be opened only to resi- rier service from Mexico City infor- L
vance continues slowly. Today he raged cowed and prayedin land, when more than a thousand dents of Florida. By a resident is mation that a condition of famine was *
censorship in the effort to keep valuable -
turn. He raged at the governor drowned a few minutes later, and the meant one who visiti in this state. general throughout the city and that *
information from the enemy has
SPOKANE MAY HAVE ARMY who had turned an unhearing ear resulted in the fining of a Red Cross line of questioning at today's sessionof There are few golfers in the state the :Mexican leaders were apparently
SCHOOL upon him and his wife. For a brief the inquiry which seemed to be inferring who are rated by the national asso- unable to keep open ,railroad commu-
officer and the sentence to imprison-
moment he became the Becker of old, if there were criminal negli- ciation and none of these are above nication between the capital and Vera
ment of his German-Swiss companionon
Spokane, Wash.-Early in Augusta roaring oaths, swinging his two huge the charge of trying to dispose of gence only members of the crew were five. Mr. Smith believes that with an Cruz.
commission representing the United fists and calling down imprecationsupon naval secrets. responsible, stirred Chicago gener- entry list of 100 or more, the local The state department at once pre-

States war department will come to the head of man. But none but This prosecution is understood to ally.The fans will be treated to some pretty pared to send an ultimatum to Car- *
Spokane to inspect sites for a his hopeless death house associates harbor wharves committee of ranza that he must remedy the situa-
pro-
have had to do with the sale of pic- play.Mr.
posed army aviation school for train- heard and he took to writing. tures and is one of the causes that the city council passed a resolution Smith has written to a score of tion, but late this afternoon it was
ing ground. Becker raved as he wrote. He calling upon President Wilson for a Florida dubs, asking for an opinionas stated that the subject of the flag in- ,
has led up to a general order that no
The military affairs committee of knew his wife had gone to see the cameras are to be taken to the frontin special inquiry. Mayor Thompsongave to the prospects for support from cident and Mallory's arrest would be
the chamber of commerce is collect- governor and to beg his life be his endorsement to the appeal to each of these clubs. He teas received incorporated in ,this communication.This .
the future even by those holding
ing data regarding a number of avail- spared. Later he heard the governor commissions in the army. President Wilson. replies from Ocala and Orlando each will cause a slight delay. The ,
able sites in this vicinity so as to fa- would not listen to the woman, or at The passing of photographs from assuring him of enthusiastic support nature of the new demands on Car- 4 -

cilitate the work of the commission. least he would not pay any attentionto the front when sent by officers in pri- BASEBALL RESULTS from those two cities. ranza and his leaders, it is under-
"The citizens of Spokane will do what she pleaded for. The cities in which clubs are o- stood, may be framed tonight in the
vate mail has caused to be printed
. everything in their power to aid them Just before he takes his seat in the many pictures that could not have National League cated to which Mr. Smith has writtenare consultation between officials of the A

in their investigations" states JamesS. death chair Becker may make a state- been "put over" by a news photogra- Pittsburgh 8, Brooklyn 2. Boca Grande, Kissimmee, Lees- state department and President Wil- 1

Ramage, president of the chamber. ment. In his present state of mind pher, and the camera amateurs at the St. Louis 1, Philadelphia 3. burg, Clearwater, Tarpon Springs, son.
"We believe that land near several of the statement is likely to be one full front must all see their instrumentsgo Cincinnati 5-6, Boston 1-7. Winter Park, Orlando, Ocala, Jack-
the lakes around Spokane offers ad- of villification of Whitman; or he I into internment. Chicago-New York, wet grounds. sonville, Green Cove Springs DeLand, INVITE FLETCHER TO MAKE AD- .
vantages for the army's purposes, may leave behind him a last word to American League Miami, Palm Beach, Ormond, Daytona DRESS AT BIG CONGRESS
be published after his death. Seabreeze, St. Augustine, Pensa-
principal among which is a flat tract
I I New York 6, Detroit 7.
TO CALL A MASS MEETING TO
of 200 acres, with a suitable water Communion will be administered to cola Eustis, and St. Petersburg. Washington, July 29.-A handsome .
Philadelphia 1, St. Louis 5.
TALK OVER BOND ISSUESt.
front. Becker for two hours by Father recognition came to Senator Fletcher,
Washington 2, Cleveland 1.
Under the act of congress making Cashin before the prisoner is led to Chicago-Boston, rain. THRIFT OF RUSSIAN PRISONERS of Florida, today, when he received
appropriations for the fiscal year end- : the electric chair. Petersburg, Fla., July 29.-CaH '< IN AUSTRIA the following telegram from San

ing June 30, 1916, the secretary of After Father Cashin has finished, for a mass meeting of citizens of St. Federal League Francisco:
war was authorized to appoint a com- the guards will slit' Becker's trousersto Petersburg and the district near town Pittsburgh 3-5, Baltimore 0-2. I Vienna, Austria.-In one of the "The International Irrigation Con-

mission to report upon the advisability the knee on the right leg, which ,.will be issued today or tomorrow, the Kansas City 0, Brooklyn 4. I prison camps in Bohemia many of the gress will give special considerationto
-?f acquiring land near the bay of will be the final act before he is taken gathering to be held in the W. T. I. A. Chicago 4, Buffalo 2. captured Russians kill time by forg- rural credits at the twentysecondannual

, t'i Diego and elsewhere on the Pa- from the death cell, and his feet will : building probably next Wednesday St. Louis 8, Newark 11. ing rings from kopeks (Russian cop- meeting in California, September -

cific coast, gulf and Atlantic coasts be cased in the felt soled shoes which evening. The proposed issue of $715- Southern League per coins). Some of the prisoners: are 13 to 20 with meetings at Stockton -

for an aviation school and training condemned men wear when they enter 000 of bonds for road building will Chattanooga 2, Birmingham 0. expert silversmiths and many of the I Fresno, Sacramento, and at the
grounds of the signal corps of the the chair. be the subject up for discussion and Mobile 5, Memphis 1. rings produced by them with very .exposition in San Francisco. A cor-
United States army. The death march will begin at 5:45o'clock both sides will be given a full and Little Rock 3, Atlanta 2. crude tools are really works of art. dial invitation is extended you to ad-

with Father Cashin at the free hearing. Nashville 6, New Orleans 1. They are shaped like wedding rings dress the Irrigation congress on the

SANFORD 3, ORLANDO 2; YES- right and Father Curry at the left of and find eager buyers among the pris- subject of rural credits. We urge the
Becker. oners and visitors. importance of your attendance, and
TERDAY'S GAMEA I I
Have Met Their
Many Fighters
Two. guards will head the procession The price paid for them ranges your presence on this occasion. Wire

fair sized crowd witnessed the and Assistant Principal Keeper from 20 to 50 hellers (2 to 10 cents), reply to Secretary Arthur Hooker,

ball game at the Driving Park yester- Dorner will follow immediately be- Relatives On Bloody Battlefields but one thrifty Russian has succeededin -Sacramento."
day between the local Cigar Makers hind Becker and two guards will bringup getting far more. The rings forgedby The telegram was signed by Chas.C. .

and the Sanford nine. At the close the rear. -- him bear the handsomely engraved Moore, governor; Hiram W. John-
y of the Paris.-Many of the incidents of Another case was that of a Russian inscription: "Gott strafe England!" son, U. S. Senator Francis G. New-
game the score stood 3 to 2 in
favor of the Sanford team. Another GERMAN PRISONER TELLS OF the American civil war when brother Jewish soldier who was sent with (God punish England' ) and are in such lands, U. S. Senator James D. Phe-

game will probably be played by these HIS SUFFERINGS IN A fought brother and father fought son his regiment of infantry to fight demand from the outside that he now lan, Thomas F. Hunt, and J. B. Case. -
two in the QUEER LETTER can be duplicated from the intimate against the Austrians.One works with four or five assistants. If possible Senator Fletcher intendsto
teams near future, and the
locals history of the present struggle.A day the bugles' sounded the accept.
will be the
sure on war path in
Berlin.-The Waldehut (Baden) few months ago Lieut. P-, a charge. As one man the soldiers of CAVALRY GIVEN FIRST DRILL
an effort to Sanford's
get scalp.
"Albotte" publishes a long letter of a French officer, was sent out with a the Czar dashed forward under a LAST :NIGHT THE BRITONS NEVER KNEW TilE
German soldier who was taken pris- party of ten men to reconnoitre. They heavy Austrian fire till they reachedthe I JOKE
JAP MINISTER RESIGNS oner by the French in January and were cautiously advancing toward a enemy's trenches, bayoneting as Capt. H. R. Chapman and Lieut. W. .
I has been sent to a camp in Algiers.The little wood between the French and they advanced. W. Rivers are in command of Co. C'' Berlin. -A companion of the fam-

Tokio.-Viscount Ourk, the Japanese captive assures his relatives that German lines when they found them- Just as the Russian Jew raised his Horse Guard Troop C, composed of ous African explorer, Leo Frobenius,
minister of justice, resigned his he is treated very well. He lauds the selves face to face with about fifteen bayonet to deal another death blow, twenty young men. The Guard was writes to the Berliner Zeitung am .I
portfolio today. The minister's action French people and military authori- Germans. he heard his antagonist cry aloud the given a severe drill last night of sev- Mittag:

follows the investigation instituted by : ties, but the first words of the differ- Both sides raised their rifles to fire, first words of a Jewish prayer, "Hear, eral hours which will be repeated next' "On our homeward journey through
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the ministry of justice into the brib- ent paragraphs of his letter tell a when Lieut. Pheld up his hand- O Israel." Thursday night. Lieut. Rivers is act- the Suez canal, after the beginning of t *
ery charges growing out of the elec- different story. These words when the war, we used to drink to each other 4
kerchief tied to the tip of his sword. No sooner did the Russian hear ing as instructor. -
tions last March. combined form the following sen- With oaths of anger the Frenchmen those words than he lowered his bay- with the toast "Hidekk." This ]

tences: "At last alone! I have founda dropped their guns and turned to see onet and stared at the Austrian, and WILL MAKE HOME DETROIT strange word meant: "Haupt-sache
WAR HAS COST FRANCE, FIRST way to tell you the truth! Our the enemy officers embrace. They recognized him as his own cousin. ist, dass England Keile kriegt." (Themain 1

FIVE MONTHS, $1,280,600,000 camp is a hell and I am suffering were brothers, both Alsatians, one The rifle fell from his hands, and witha Mrs. J. G. McDondl leaves this afternoon I thing is that England shall be .

awfully. The Frenchmen are crazy French and the other German.At cry he sank to the ground uncon for Detroit, Mich., where she soundly thrashed.) The word consisted i .?
Paris.-The first five months of the with rage and torment their prisoners. that moment a strong party of scious. goes to make her future home. of the initials of the words in the ,1 I

war cost France exactly 6,403,000,000 Thrash them as hard as you French rushed upon them and surrounded His Austrian cousin sat beside him sentence.All -".
francs ($1,280,600,000)). This is shown can, they deserve it." The censor, of I' both little parties. All were till they were both taken back to the I I THE WEATHERFor 1

by the budget committee on supplementary course did not discover these hidden taken back to camp and the French Russian lines, where it was discovered ; this week, 5 1,000-sheet rolls I

military and naval credits sentences, or the letter would never lieutenant was courtmartialled and that the gallant soldier had lost his Florida: Local showers today; toilet paper for 25c. Curtis & O'Neal i f

4. just issued. / .have reached Germany. 1 shot. reason''as a result of the shock. I light to moderate variable winds. book store.t" Atf


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DENIES TURKISH PEACE STORY BRITISH STEAMER GETS AWAY TOKIO TO HAVE S. S. CONVENTION MEAD GETS APPOINTMENT; A. C. MlltllltlMIIMtMtilllilMllilMtf .
FROM SUBMARINE L. FREIGHT AGE "ISPR0310TED
Geneva. Nedjemkden Effendi, the Savannah, Ga.-Disregarding a signal -
Turkish minister of justice, and Fas- I to stop, the British steamer Hav- Tokio, Japan.-Plans for welcomingthe Jacksonville, Fla.-James 'F. Mead,
sum Effendi arrived yesterday at Lau- isbrook was chased for more than an International Sunday School Con- division freight agent of the Atlantic Fancy Irish PotatoesWe
sanne from Berlin. The former is ill hour in the lower part of the Bay: of ference which will be held in Tokio in Coast Line railway, with offices in
and has gone to a hospital.The Biscay by a German submarine on October, 1916, have been formulatedat Jacksonville, has just been promotedto
Turkish consul here stated to- July 2, according to a story told today a meeting of prominent Japanese assistant general freight agent, have purchased several barre:

day that the story published here and Ii by Captain Brown, when he brought led by Premier Count Okuma who with headquarters in Savannah. : : the largest and best potatoes on
also in London to the effect that Ned- the ship into port from Newport. Two have banded themselves together into This appointment takes effect on
jv % C KeecaC ttad Fzissccetc c2eeca' ?d r j aT D .>Ss 1S >> )>> ns's92 ,,
came to Switzerland as representatives i\ the submarine dove from sight. the World's Sunday School Conven- Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
of their government, with the I I An hour previous Captain Brown tion." That the government is showing Th promotion is well earned by 1
object of opening pourparlers for a said he saw the submarine sink a sail- a great interest in the coming Mr. Mead and his fellow railroad men Ginger AleWe
separate peace with the triple en- ing vessel flying the French flag. He conference is indicated by the fact are congratulating him. While his
tente, was untrue. was unable to make out her name, but that the .
held
meeting was at the offi- friends are glad to see him rise, they .
"Even if she wished to do so, Tur- believes that her crew drowned. 'cial residence of the prime minister. regret that he must leave the city. have several cases and will c

key can not make a separate peace," Mr. Mead will be succeeded as di- them out 15c bottle llc, 25c bottle 20
declared the consul CARD GAME IN TRENCHES ENDS I GREAT SCULPTOR DIES IN vision freight agent by Robert Taylor,
However, the peace rumors continue. WHEN ONE IS KILLED BY : LONDON citrus fruit agent, whose territorywill
By a curious coincidence, Abbas I ENEMY'S BULLET i I London.-The death is announcedat be all of Florida.What Trading Checks
Hilmi, the deposed Khedive of Egypt, London.-There were three soldiers the front of Henri Gaudier Brzeska -
has also arrived- at Lausanne, from I playing cards in the trenches, says a a sculptor of the school known as
Vienna. He is traveling incognito. I London paper. "I'll go three," said the "Vorticists." Most of his work We now have a supply on hand.
the first, looking at his hand. "Four," was done and exhibited in London, al- do you
BULGARIAN AID ESSENTIAL said the second. "I'll go Nap," said !\i I though the artist was a Frenchman. ,
the third, but just as he had said it I I hope for in a
Paris.The Bucharest correspondent he was killed by a shell. I STILL CHOLERA IN AUSTRIA
of the Temps telegraphs an interview "Eh, mon, that was a lucky escape," I \Iadrid.-An official dispatch received varnish ? Our Grocery Compan: .
with M. Jonesco, leader of the ,'said the first, as the dead man's card j i here today by wireless telegraphy -
Roumanian opposition. He expressed 'fell to the ground. "We'd 'a lost five I from Vienna says that from Two Phones: 3 and 200
confidnce in the allies' final victory, bob on that-he'd got the hand al- ,June 26 to July 20 there were 408
adding: right. i cases of cholera in the dual monarchy.Kaltex TSE ; ; 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando

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contribute to it. The victory will be A/IO '
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hastened by a striking success, which
will sap the German morale. The r UJIROVARNISHES
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only quarter where such a success is r..
possible is the Dardanelles, and rapid
success there depends on Bulgaria.The ,
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KEY WEST MAN CAN NOT BE $ When you buy varnish for your
floors you hope that it will improvethe
FOUND BY FRIENDS of those floors and
that appearance it will be durable. For the benefit of our cus,

Key West, Fla., July .-The continued Unfortunately much that is sold for
t and unexplained absence of E. floor varnish won't realize that hope tomers we will give a 2E
:M. Martin, vice-president of the for you.Lawson's.
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas cent cash discount 01
Island City National bank, which sus- a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is per
pended last Wednesday, and secretaryand easily: applied because it works easily. It
is unequalled for durability and will not all goods sold during the
general manager of the Tropical scratch white. It dries absolutely dust.
4 -_-4.-:.__-U-- free in from five to seven hours and gets
Building and Investment company, hard in twenty-four hours. month of July and August
which went into the handsof
institution\ As for economy. Lustro has a covering
receiver capacity that is wonderful. o
a on last Friday after-
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
noon, is causing much to his
worry Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis-
friends and former business associates Furnituremeets factory. '

; \ who fear that he has either I FINLEY'S "PIONEER" Hammond & Qc

'. done bodily harm to himself or that, PAINTS AND WALLPAPER
( with the growing demand for strong, sanitary and service-
under the severe strain and of
the few worry able furniture; it is ideal for the veranda, sun-parlor and cottage, I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSCor.
i past months, he has become Pine and Court Streets
l I mentally deranged.REGULATIONS as well as for the living room, den and library. The soft brown Phone 67 I Orange Ave. and Church SL OrlalGet
color and beauty of design make a most pleasing contrast with the
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ON SWISS NEUTRALITY more sever and dark-toned furniture used in the past. II I

E Every piece of Kaltex carries the maker's guarantee and we
;i' Berne.-The federal council has issued hC'trtiIy recommend it call 1m 11111 ..il.lu.. 1'--11'
fresh regulations with regard to ; at our store and see the extra fine selection i i n t -

the maintenance of the neutrality by we are showing at unusually moderate prices.

against the Swiss nations press, chiefs and public.of states Insults and \ A Copy of This Catalog N <, i,!('

r foreign governments are forbidden.
under a maximum penalty of six I Imonths' OSCAR HAND & SON In this new, big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is founded upon an i. .
nursery where the idea is fundamental that the basis of success is laid in a nursery by tl '
imprisonment and a fine of sery company three or four years before the purchase of the trees by the planter.
$1,000. Proceedings can only be tak- "The Home Outfitters" This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds where the root sf..*
en against an offender by decision of grown; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of tl
' the federal council and the exercised in the selection of the budwood, and in the packing and shipping of the trees, and J.
sentence
advice and service rendered by our specialists to the purchasers of our trees.
t will be pronounced by the federal Where In a nut shell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus family is produced and it gives t '
Shall I
i penal court and not by military court. Go To School? tory and 'lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock.
t It points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves at
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR : THE STATE UNIVERSITY their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in thei- "
I' Mrs. Mary A. Cox Tallahassee WOMEN, Fla. i Gainesville Fla. of groves their tres ancestry.of the purest strain, and trees which would show in nursery and grove the aris-

j! Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we could have sole
r Announces Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the more. This year we know our entire nursery stock will be sold.
best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the Only a limited number will be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfield Nursery Co
r She is constantly receiving from country. North and East. but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our cataN
New York charmingly dainty Modem buildings and equipment0; | most beautiful in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, clearness and dir .
and exclusive Collars, Shirt all modern conveniences. j students last session. Total en- will appeal to you.
i 437 students regular term; 163 -ollment 630, including Summer We have not had a great quantity of these catalogues printed, and ws are confidei
. Waists and Hair Ornaments, summer term; total enrollment last School. the supply will hardly be sufficient to go around.
t created from advanced ideas. A session 636.Tuition .
; beautiful collection now to Free in College and NorTuition! free, excepting $20.00 per --- -----
t choose from. mal School. semester for law. Lake Garfield Nurseries Company Bartow Florida
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;: Tree Unless Budded From Bear- I O Fruit Grower can afford to ignore this ..


t ing Trees of Known Quantity and I statement when he plants or considers planting his

[ Quality of Production." grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCESSFUL future of

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

The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for years specializedin
0. W. Conner.
bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the ONLY PLACE in

t Florida, yes, in the WORLD, where EVERY tree is budded from trees tested for their superiority.Your .
tf'f' v 'tf- ***SJpfcs9-I- grove is bound to be a paying investment if you use our stock. V
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f't fep W'-ri -/f We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree

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

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

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

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

4 4i TREES," and their importance to you as a planter of a new grove, with success as your aim. .

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t... I O. W. CONNER Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida. ....

r :- G. G. WRIGHT, Agent


I,I 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg., Orlando Florida _;:


Tree like these will work; while yon sleep. They can't be Grown overnightIttakes \ 0
time. Contract 1 .
for YOUR Supply NOW. 1


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TAFT ITEMS '
THE DISSIPATIONS OF CHRISTY THE ONE GREAT EUROPEAN ASBESTOS FOUND IN WEST

MATHEWSOX By C. A. TompkinsTaft POWER EXPECT WIIICII WARIn DID NOT CHINA 'ST. J0I1NS RIVER EXCURSIONS

Fla., July .-Mr. Chas.
In the August American Magazine Tharp has moved his family back New York.-Valuable asbestos do-
Ring W. Lardner, the Chicago base- from Winter Park to his farm a little the August American :Magazinea : posits are reported by Consul E. Carl- Sanford to JacksonvilleAND
well known American banker writesa
ball humorist, writes about Christy west of town. They all come back. ,ton Baker, stationed at Chungsking,
thoroughly authoritative and exceedingly -'I China, to have been found in Szechwan -
Mathewson, the pitcher for the New What came near being a serious accident interesting article entitled RETURN
province near the city of Pa-
York G' nts,who has pitched and won occurred last Friday as Her- "The Money Side of the War." He
Tice with his little twin I chow. As the asbestos appears to be
more James of baseball than bert boys about
: anyone tells all sorts of inside facts
were coming from Pine Castle with a of good quality and the price is very $7 .00
In the
in the big leagues today. I the financial situation and in the
flow, the possibilities of direct -
load of watermelons. In exportation
course of the article Mr. Lardner describes some way course of his article tells as follows I
of the fell off of the load to the United States may be
follows Manager McGraw'atroubles one boys I
as which nations seem to have had a I
\ in taking care of Mathew- and one wheel ran over him squarelyacross warning of the war: I I of interest to certain American deal- Including meals and berth
ers at this time. A sample be
may
the chest. He rushed to
l-.1iIJn was I
"The of the
: only financial warning :
Orlando in Mr. automobile to seen at the local bureau of foreign Tickets on sale. Return limit 5 days
"It must be a awful strain on McGraw Avery's J great war was the palpable effort on I now
doctor, and it found that Land domestic commerce in the custom
handlin' this bird. Unless he a was no the part of the foreign governments i
bones broken internal house. The mining expense and cost LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER
keeps his eye right on him he's li'ble were or inju- to accumulate large stocks of gold. I
of carriage to Chungsking amount to
to sneak up to his room some night ries sustained and the boy is in a This effort became manifest early in I '' "
fair for but it i i about 75 cents United States currency OSCEOL..A.
and o' checkers. Thatain't way recovery was the
play a game year 1914, and at the time war
{ 100 pounds. The production and
miraculous that he crushed per
is was not ,
all, neither. If McGraw ast was declared France had increasedher
but to somebody's house or to go to and killed. normal holdings by $170,000,000,I the exportation.industrial of this work article for boys is a part carriedon of Leaves Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 11:30 A.M.
the theayter he don't enjoy himselfon Chauncey Avery Miss Lydia Ryall Russia ,
by $150,000,000 Germany by
under the direction of Rev. W. B. A combination and
searchlight trip
, account o' worryin'. How does he C. A. Tompkins, and Mrs. M. J. $100,000,000. Of the powers Great daylight
Williston of the China Inland Missionat
know that Matty ain't smokin' a see- Thomas were business callers in Or- Britain alone made no great effort to Pachow Szechwan province, China, of 400 miles through the heart of Florida
t. gar or lappin' up a dish of ice cream? lando Friday going up in Mr. Avery's accumulate gold. This fact would indicate -
to whom communications in this regard -
Mac can't never leave the hotel with- automobile.We that her chancellor of the exchequer -
... may be addressed. Clyde St. Johns River Line
out bein' a-scared that Matty'll buy a are glad to note that W. G. and the cabinet generally,
magazine and read it. And I s'pose Sphaler & Son have a new up to date had no idea that war would come."
that oncet or twicet a season he goes computing scale a very necessary ar-

all to pieces and chews a stick o' ticle in any well regulated grocery COWS GO FAR TO MOURN; WANDER Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
gum. store. Now, will you trade in Taft? SEVEN MILE TO WHERE Arcade Pressing ClubI
"I don't know if the job of man- A. J. Richardson, wife and family CALVES WERE KILLED I
agin' him is worse off the field or on. spent Thursday in Orlando on busi- I New Management
When he's out there in the box he ness and visiting with friends.G. .
,I Philadelphia.-Employes at the cat- I
seems to lose his head entirely. With II. Brickley, wife and son are
tle pens at Paoli freight station were 'First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. :Made right in
the bases loaded they's always a spending a vacation of a few weeksin J
chance that Matty1 make a guy pop Dr. Filbert's cottage on Lake Con- puzzled the other day when they Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" the shop. Guaranteed Fit.
out instead o' whiffin' him. Then, way near Pine Castle. found two stray cows near the pens.
with a man on first base and nobody Recent guests at the Nelson House, The cows were lowing and would not Also Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing

down and the batter sent up to bunt, which is not "closed for the season," be driven away. :
And All Kinds of Alterations done
he's li'ble to forget he's a pitcher and were A. J. Shaver, Maitland; A. H. When F. H. Bernheisel, a cattle
try to do a little fieldin'.' You can't i Evans Jacksonville; E. Wilson and dealer, of Newton Square, arrived he HAS OPENED A PLUMBING:: SHOP I

never telL Maybe he'll run in and wife, Daytona; E. L. Woodruff Tam- said that the cows were the mothersof I Work called for and delivered.
grab the bunt and force a man at second -I pa; J. R. Richards, Norfolk Va.; T. two calves found trampled dead ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST i
base instead o' standin' still likea I W. Johnson, Jackson, Mich.A. Wednesday when a car containing a

see-gar sign and hopin' somebody. M. Bristol, J. H. Estes, J. D. herd consigned to him was unloadedat ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.Phone : Phone 448 24 E. Pine St.
elsell do somethin'. Yes sir I bet. Rutledge Mr. and Mrs. Berry C. A. Paoli.
McGraw don't sleep a wink on the, Tompkins were at the county seat The two mother cows got away
road or to home neither, from fret- transacting business last Tuesday. from the pasture during the night I .I
tin' this and wonderin' how and made the seven mile journey to
over guy Landlord Nelson, proprietor of the I 204
their "babies" at Paoli in darkness.
he learn him somethinVMUZZLES
can Nelson House, is making several improvements -
f to his popular hostelry, CAREY HAND :

DANISH PRESS DURING putting in larger rooms etc.. in prep-I
EXTENT OF Wnn aration for the rush of people next
winter, several of whom have already The Orlando Meat MarketT. FUNERAL DIRECTORAND

Copenhagen, Denmark.-A tempo- engaged rooms for the winter. Oncea

rary law giving the Danish ministerof guest at the Nelson House always A. YANCY, Manager EMBALMER 1
justice arbitrary powers -estrain a guest, and more follow. 1

the press in its comment on the war We learn that F. W. Martin has Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice 1

has been hurriedly passed and signedby purchased the Lokel property for- All calls answered Promptly Day 1
Florida and Western Meats .
King Christian. Newspapers via merly owned by Abe Fenton. This is

lating this regulation will be subjected a desirable acquisition to his farm, Night. Hand Block. !
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. or
to fine and will not have recourseto and a good lot and small house in ,

the regular tribunals.The town. .
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order I, Orlando Florida. j
government desires to check Mrs. Dennis is having repairs madeon -

criticism of the belligerent powers. her house on Third avenue and Business (135 P. 0. BOX a:6Residence j
Pt PHONES { PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
Certain sections of the Copenhagenand Fifth street. 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
I
provincial press have been severely -I .
criticising the states at war. Sentinel Want Ads Pay. .

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$1 RECORD BREAKING SALE OF MENJS'' STRAW HATS si J





I i ; Your choice of any Straw Hat in the store, worth up to $3.50, Sat'd'y night only $1.00 1

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| LAWNS, CREPES and BATISTELarge LADIES HOSEIn GLASSES

line, beautiful designs, 19c. and 25c. quality, 91/2 oz. good quality, limit one dozen to a customer, j .
Black, pure thread silk, $1.00 quality ;
Saturday night 10 cents eachSaturday

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Saturday night 50 cents .1J

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not printed; size 9x12, cheap at $3.75 Limitone "
Whitening and Cleaning white canvas, duck, to a customer. Your choice of any untrimmed Hat, value up to $3.50'j. ; ;
NuBuck, Buckskin Shoes and Belts, 25c. quality

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THE DAILY A GOOD SEASON I GIVES ADVICE IN POPULAR CANDIDATE MAKES A

i PREDICTED.The SILO CONSTRUCTION. FINE IMPRESSION

: South Florida Sentinel prospects grow brighter every The University of Florida Extension -

\ MORNING AND WEEKLY day that the coming fall and winter Division, in an effort to induce a Hon. Perry G. Wall, of Tampa, can

, .. 2J. GLENN .............._.....Editor will be the most profitable in Flor- more general use of silage, is sending didate for United States senator, arrived -
.. .B..lneoa Manager
V. ESSINCTON
C. ida's history, the cry of "prevailing Prof. C. L. Willoughby of the college in Orlando yesterday morningand

,,. Entered at the poatoffice at Orlando Florida hard times" to the contrary notwith- of agriculture to those farmers will remain here until this evening -

m. Second Claaa Mail Matter. .standing. Business in every line is who desire his advice in silo construc- getting acquainted with the peo-

t SUBSCRIPTION RATES i showing continual improvement, and tion. Professor Willoughby usually ple. He has seen a number of the

1 Year ........................ 15.00
a. makes farm.
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.M the last month of summer shows that two trips to a voters of Orange county, and from hirtle t
Daily I Month ...................... 1-25 the people in this section are preparing The first time he helps the farmerto some of the pleasant things we haves
Daily. I Month .....,...... .......... -M
: for the harvest days. The rail- decide what sort of silo is best j

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 road officials predict that the influxof suited to his needs and what kind of .

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN visitors and permanent settlers the silo the material on hand will justify. i

coming season will surpass the rec- Estimates for material and plans are r

ADVERTISERS: ords of all former years. left. Then, when construction is

Copy for display and all ether hand-act Because of thorough advertising by ready to begin Professor Willoughby
advertising mut be handra-ia at the butineutfffico
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... the railroads, commercial bodies, I returns and sees the work well under
ibo day before publication. This rule applies and organizations of Various I
to chance for contract advertising; it U newspapers way.Wherever
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.Sub&criben kinds, many who have hereto- material is at hand or

fore been skeptical regarding the can be obtained reasonably, the Station -
, desiring; The Sentinel discontinued -
should notify the office in writing on state's advantages have been converted is advising that concrete silos be

continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates be, and hundreds of satisfied settlersare built. Stave silos at best will last

until notice to atop is received. urging the folks "back home" to only a few years. Concrete will -last CAUSE fOR QUICK ACTION
Telephone Nnmb-r ...................... **
come and join them. These pleas are indefinitely and the ultimate cost M

FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1913.: of greater value than all other advertising spread over a generation or more, is

agencies.The really much less than buying other

Those Russians may be Slavs but fruit crop, while small, compared material.

they have not proved themselves quit- to other seasons, promises to One expense attached to building I Our recent purchase of Men's Fine

ters. bring better prices than heretofore, concrete silos is the forms. After -

-o and business in all other lines is looking building a silo the form is of very little \ Shirts from this well known manufac-

The Russians seem to have an almost up, even though it is still the good. use to a farmer. The cost of the
inexhaustible supply of posi- old summer time. forms can be materially reduced by i .y l turer enables us to offer you unprece-

tions to fall back on. In short, the conditions existing in co-operation. If, for instance, two or dented values in seasonable shirts

o Florida today, as compared with thosein more men in the same community are

Revolution in :Mexico seems to be other states, should convince observant building they can share the expenseof At Reduced PricesMen

languishing. The capital has not people that the state is all the forms. In this way an otherwise -

that it is claimed. dead is cut in two
changed hands for a week. expense or Perry G. Wall
o reduced even more. who know values---who
o appre-
heard, believe he has landed a goodly
The Russian army reports a battle DOES IT SOLVE The Station keeps on file blue prints
; number of votes. lIe made an exceedingly ciate smart styles---ought to come now to
raging "in the vicinity of Mush" TilE PROBLEM? and estimates for material which will

which probably is pretty soft for The August number of Popular be sent together with instructions for those who favorable have known impression him longestsay and see the offering in our sale of the famouskB'A

somebody. Mechanics Magazine gives an illustration building to farmers requesting them.
that he is not only a fine gentleman -
o and description of a novel vehicle Then if further assistance is desired
but peculiarly fitted for the position -
Signs warning the motorists against for passenger service, either for Professor Willoughby visits the
to which he aspires. We
pre- DE
high speed have been erected in many street or interurban traffic. It is gas- ground and goes thoroughly over the _
dict that he will be a mighty hard
, places, and if the motorists would oline driven, nearly twenty-four feet construction with the farmer. man to beat.

;. slow down they might be able to read in length, and provided with individual lIe expects to be on the road

them. chairs for twenty-seven passen- throughout the summer. Farmers are

o responding readily to the opportunityfor WALL STREET NOTES

\ There is a suspicion that the manu- gers.Along the sides are several windows obtaining assistance, and the pros- eI MARK

, facturers of silk stockings may have two feet in diameter. These are pects for better stock feed conditions (New York World) -

had something to do with the inaug- hinged at the top and can be swung are brighter. Professor Willoughbysays The American Linseed Oil company SHIRTSKNOWN'ASVTHEIBEST'vrHE'BESTiKNOWff: : : ,

uration of the present styles of short inward and fastened above in pleasant that the silo is the very best announces a reduction in the price of t '
of conserving the linseed oil to 54 cents per gallon at
skirts. weather. The chairs are mountedon way feeding valueof
7 1-2 pounds. This is a reduction of 3 : ;
o special springs for absorbing the corn plant. The same is true

The weed harvest is ready. Gatherit. shock, and the body of the car also of many other crops which can i>e cents per gallon and is due to a con-

If you value the economy of sav- has springs.It used for silage. Results from other tinued lowering of the price of the

.. is claimed that stations confirm his opinion. seed, due, it is said, to lack of demandfor
ing time, never let the weeds ripen these provide Mere price comparison means noth
the
r their seed to grow an additional har- ample comfort even where road condi- o raw product.

vest next year. tions are far from good. The car is DECIDED NOT TO RESIGN --0- ing. It's what you get for what you pay

o operated on the prepay system, and FROM SCHOOL BOARD.Mr. Freight Car MovementThe That is the real measure of values.

the motorman acts also as conductor, Pennsylvania Railroad com-
The with is concerned
man money : Wm. Edwards, of Plymouth, a
thus economizing in the item of ser- pany reports loaded freight car move-
mostly with the his trousers
way member of the school board, was in
: hang in the leg. The man without vice.Does Orlando yesterday looking after busi- ment, passing eight representative r
t is concerned with the not this invention solve the junction points during the first twen- d=i I ..
more
money ness matters and while here called at
problem of street railways in the ty-one days of July was 508,945 cars,
in the
way they wear seat. the Sentinel office and discussed at .
smaller cities of narrow streets, do- compared with 492,908 cars for the
, 0 some length the matter of his reported -
ing away with expense of tracks and same period last year.
Tannenburg saved Paris; it now resignation as a member of the Or-
the annoyance of rails in the general! -- -
( looks as though Warsaw would save ange county board of public instruc-
street traffic? It would make Steel IndustryThe
Calais. Hats off to those Russianseven every tion from commissioners' district No.
paved highway a street car line. What American Steel Foundries com-
if you do hate them, you must three.A .
next! is operating six plants at full
t admire the stuff they're made of. number of his friends who are pany
o capacity.. Three works remain closedat
i 0 largely interested in educational mat- .
NO MISTAKINGHER Sharon, Granite City and Frank-
" ters in the have called
The fact that county upon
a man can go on a BELIEF.
lin. Business is improving. The com-
picnic and play baseball and him since the appearance of the arti-
get Once in a while the reporter in pany has no war orders, but is build-
lamed for a week does not cle in the Sentinel, Tuesday morning, \.,
up prove search
of into
news runs the sublimeas ing car equipment for concerns that 1
announcing that he would tender his a
that he could spend an hour after well as the ridiculous things which have.
weeding his wife's flower resignation at the next meeting of
supper gar- makes all mankind smile and the -- -
den. the board on August 3, and asked him
i downtrodden and oppressed forgetlife's United Copper CompanyThe
o to reconsider his action and remain a
troubles and smile.
member of the board. preferred stockholders' com-
Why is_it that so many people jog- Yesterday forenoon an elderly col- '
After carefully considering the mat- mittee of the United Copper company, $1.50 Shirts now $1.25
ging comfortably along, who see an ored woman was seen to cautiously
under the of March 15
ter in all its phases, :Mr. Edwards has agreement e
approaching train at a railroad cross- approach the stamp window in the
1913, has issued a circular stating
decided that it would be best for him Shirts
i ing, will whip up their horses or start Orlando postoffice and gently tappingon to remain in office and finish out the that it has been unable to obtain any $2.00 now $1.65
up their machines, so as to get a the window sill asked the polite
offer from the holders of the
pledged
term for which he was elected. He
chance to risk their lives on the and smiling clerk for five cents worthof has many friends in Orange county, assets which would justify it in con- $2.50 and $3.00 Shirts now 1.95
tracks?
stamps. who will read this announcement with tinuing its efforts either for reorgan-

o "What denomination?" he asked, more satisfaction than they did the ization or to redeem the pledged as- $3.50 $3.75 and $4.00 ShirtsA

What has become of the old fash- as the woman tendered the coin. one wherein he stated he would re- sets. Therefore, the committee has ,

ioned teamster who used to think he "Lor sake, child, what fer do you sign. decided to disband. The committee is I now $2.85

couldn't do business unless he carrieda ask me that question. I have been a o composed of Dudley Olcott, Edwin T.

blacksnake whip?Beliefontaine member of the Baptist church for Rice, J. Terry West, and Felix Rosen.
IN THE CROWD.
, Examiner. That's easy, brother. He's 'nigh onto forty years, and all these -- -

shooting the juice into a motor truck. here folks knows it 'cept you. Honey, The people you meet each day on Voting Trust to Dissolve

Greenville Advocate. give me two twos and a one and let the street in one body would make an The voting trustees for the capital
enormous crowd. You can't begin to
0 me go. stock of the Federal Light and Trac- The Great Value of
spend a minute talking to each one.
Chas. Becker is doomed to die in o tion company have given notice that
GROW WITII The day would not be long enough.Yet .
THE
the electric chair this morning. It the voting trust agreement will ex-
COMMUNITY. you can reach many of these peo- I These Shirts
will be all over in one minute. The ple and hundreds of others whom pire by limitation on July 29 and thaton

only method to stop crime is capital for People two buy this paper and read it do not meet face to face with a mes-you and after that date the voting

punishment or electrocution. There very simple reasonstheywant trust certificates may be surrenderedfor
to know the sage in the Sentinel's classified col offered their regular prices make this
appears to be little doubt that news of their home the common stock of the company.All at

Becker for the community, and they want to know of umns. holders are required to surrender
was responsible
The of sale unusually interesting to now.
the commercial cost a Sentinel want ad. is you
advantages that are their certificates and after the
murder of Rosenthal. Whether the on date
New York police department will be placed before them each day in its but a few pennies for almost each insertion.Its mentioned to the National City Bankof We have them in plain white, also stripesin
possibilities are unlimited
,
any cleaner by Becker's death remainsto contained advertising in columns.the advertisement The information and results are sure. Whenever you New York depository under the all the leading shades.

be seen. On July 12, 1912, Rosen- saves have i voting trust agreement and to pay
want either
the a large or small,
the
thal published an affidavit in a New buyer time of chasing from four cents for each share of stock received -
bring, or phone want to the Sen-
your
place to place in search of
arti- .
York newspaper against Becker, accusing some tinel. for the transfer taxes payable
him of graft; four days later cle of which he or she stands in need. i on such exchange. Books for the

Rosenthal was murdered. The case is The habit of reading the advertise- o transfer of stock trust certificates

ended and we believe justice has been ments is growing upon the people day DEADLY will be closed at the close of business

victor. by day, for the public realizes that it STRIFE. July 24.
is the and Some one has said that "local
one only sure means of reducing jeal- -
o the burns the heart out of business Dickson-Ives Co
"killing of time" to a min- ousy Film Corporation ReportsThe
One for the United States
to
way
imum. The live merchant knows this just as out of your being." And thatis World Film has
Corporation
intimidate war mad
if sucha
Germany
(
ind a true saying. Healthy wholesome
talking thusly does the business. issued
thing is possible) is to immediatelybegin a report for the six months
Live, prosper and grow with the rivalry and competition in business ended June 27, which shows net prof-
a comprehensive
campaign for make for general and ad-
community. progress
defense. "Millions for its after all cost charges for depre-
this defense" shouldbe o vancement in the various business un- ciation, reserves, etc., of $170,760,
country's slogan for
many and in the .DfP ARTMfNT STORE.
G. Wall dertakings in
years. Better coast defenses Perry was in Orlando yes- community which added to the profits of $14,532for
second to the a navy terda/ and mad ACtes. general. But mean, petty strife and the six months ended December ... ...
none, manufacture of
immense stores of ammunition, the o jealousy are as deadly to the business 27, 1914, makes a total of $185,292 ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

creation of unheard of war machines, Somebody has' discovered that thereare health friendship of a community individuals.as they are to for the twelve months. The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
20,000 golf players at the front. among The Peerless Features
a method to Producing
cope successfully with o tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-
submarines a larger and more They would make a fine brigade to company reports profits for the year
fect system of military aeroplanesfor per- lead off the big drive. DEAL IN NEW WAR LOANS ended June 27 of $143,733, which chandise, at right prices'y

scouting and o taken with those of the World Film
purposes, a substantial -
increase in land forces, and hun- THat bad check law is full of loop- London, July 29.-Dealings in the Corporation make a grand total for

dreds of other schemes should be commenced holes. Anybody who "has reason to new war loans with the rights of conversion the two companies of $329,025.

and maintained until the believe" that his check is good for any were started this morning.The .

United States would be virtually im- amount can affix his name to a bit of stock exchange opened with a FOUND-On the Winter Garden road,
large attendance and cheer a light brown leather hand bag.
pregnable to attack by paper. a arose II
an
enemy ont
Owner can have same by calling at
innd or on sea. To be prepared is an o when the first dealings quoted 99 for this office and paying for this adver- =

absolute necessity. Get the news In the Sentinel first. the stock. tisement.



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FREE SCHOLARSHIP FOR EACH I IiI: ==oH =JIJi1
COUNTY GRAND

{@ uttrty "Get It At Allen's"
During the last session of the legis-

lature an act was passed which en- ?*****- ;
abled the commissioners of each coun- aI
PROGRESSIVE CLASS the Midst." The following interest- ty to establish and maintain a schol- t
MEETS WITH MRS. CURTIS. ing program has been prepared: arship in the University of Florida a #

The regular monthly business meet- Singing; circle of prayer; song; lessons college' of agriculture for one student
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... ing of the Methodist Progressive class from the Scriptures on child from that county.
-- vra#beld yesterday afternoon at the training; song; White Ribbon ceremo- The scholarship will amount to ;j EJB

home of Mrs. F. A. Curtis, teacher of nies; subject for general discussion, $128.50 this year. It covers board 11
the class. "The Child' in the Home;" temperance and lodging at the regular rate. The TODAY 1. i

The usual business was disposed of I doxology. student is selected by competitive examination Famous Players
at the meeting and the question of Mrs. W. H. Story, superintendent. and the commissioners are CHARLES FROHMAN CO. -aca .

..H: whether or not the class should enter -0- to hold the examination. The schol- Presents one of the World's :
the debating society which is being L. A. S. LAKE DOT arship entitles the holder to a full Leading Comedians

organized by the Baraca class of the SUNDAY SCHOOL. course of instruction in the university. "JOHN BARRY IORE" o A Constant Reminderof o i
Sunday school came up for settle- Several ladies of Concord Park met Applicants must be eligible for en- In the Celebrated Adventurous .
-
ment. .After the question had been at the home of Mrs. W. W. Wells trance and must sign a certificate Romance friendship recorded in a link of precious metal. Limited only
fully discussed from all viewpointsthe Tuesday afternoon for the purpose of agreeing to engage in agriculture in ;I in number to the friends you have; each link is a complete bracelet .j
vote was taken and resulted in a organizing a Ladies' Aid Society in: Florida unless unable or otherwise in itself, and costs but 25 cents, engraved free.
majority of the class declaring in favor conjunction with the Lake Dot Sun- disqualified.The Give and receive one in return.

of entering the society.A day school. The following officerswere act is designed to enable some
joint meeting of the two classes elected: Mrs. Vaughn, president worthy person who has not the means ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. ::1
r will be held at the church Tuesday ; Mrs. Wells, vice-president; :Mrs. otherwise to get an education. All .
evening, August 3, at which time the King, secretary; Mrs. Tier, corre- county commissioners have copies of Ib j

constitution for the society will be sponding secretary, and :Mrs. Harris, the act and are acquainted with the =, -OJlL: __::x j; i ii 4
discussed and voted upon. All mem- treasurer. details of the scholarship.
bers of the two classes will be char- -
SOCIETY NOTESOF + If quality for a low price is an object
ter members of the new organization.This PLEASANT AUTO TRIP
,,, .
Nn our wall papers will win jour favor.
new society will add to the INTEREST.An c as ; s ; v -o For the next 30 days we will offer for
regular work of the classes a whole- enjoyable meeting of the Twen- Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sperry, Mrs. c. i 'tl a'' ' sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
some social element which will increase tieth Century Club occurred at the E. Johnson and daughter, Miss Dor- A +, ''a'' from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the

the interest of the members, it home of Miss Hope Starbuck Wednes- othy, and Mr. W. J. Hamrick, who '; I !$L time when to you buy get, and ready.do your papering
is thought.As day afternoon. A number of visitors' cl'
left Orlando three weeks for an
ago We also carry a full line of High-
part of the program for yester-I were present at the meeting. The extended automobile trip through "THE DICTATOR" .7 t N s Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .

day's meeting a number of interest- regular reading was finished, after Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, By Richard Harding Davis. One I invite you to call and inspect
ing and instructive papers on the which the hostess served a refresh returned home yesterday at noon. Mr. p, i our stock.Orlando. 1
work of the Vashti School for Girls ing punch, fruit salad and sand- Sperry says that they averaged about of the best Paramount picturesever
were read, by Misses Johnnie Smith, wiches. :Mrs. S. R. Hudson enter- two hundred miles a day running
Mary McCullough, and Ruth McCul- tains the club at its next meeting, time. The roads generally were in shown in this city.A q : Paint & Wall Paper O

lough. After the readings, the subject Wednesday, August 11. good condition, some few places being GUARANTEED ATTRACTION s d i 205 S. Orange Avenue
,. was discussed by the members. -0-- muddy and difficult to traverse, andon
*." All members of both classes, Pro- Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Philip the whole the party had a very COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261

gressive and Baraca, should be on Slemons entertained the Young Matrons pleasant trip. The first night out ***+*-

hand promptly at 7:30 next Tuesday Card Club at her home on North after leaving Tryon N. C., they lIMMMMMIMMMMMMMtMIMtlMMMIMUMIM'The '. .
evening to aftl i in the organization of Orange avenue. The club prize was stopped at Augusta, Ga., and made
the new society. won by Mrs. Irwin Dunn, while the other stops at Brunswick and Cres-
-0- guest prize went to Mrs. J. N. McEl- cent City. New Ice Company
BAPTIST CHOIR PICNIC roy. Both of the prizes proved to be .ro4rz7m ,

AT WINDERMERE.The dainty boxes of stationery. After the CANADIAN TROOPS ARRIVESt. .
members of the Baptist choir game a delightful salad course was PHONE 675
Johns, N. B., July 29.-The FIVE REELS OF LAUGHTER 1
J enjoyed a delightful half holiday outing served by the hostess.
steamships Hesperian and Herschet
J yesterday at Lake Butler. The 10 cents 20 cents
carrying three regiments of Canadian
crowd motored out early yesterday The Bachelor Girls were entertained Delivery Daily
mounted rifles, numbering 1,800 men
afternoon and spent the rest of the Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Gordon
and 450 horses their
on way to join
day at Windermere, returning last Wright. The first prize for the after- 1
the British forces in the field, have
evening very much tired out but reporting noon's game was awarded to Miss Lil- arrived Wait for our wagon. We think
safely at Plymouth, England,
that the afternoon had been lian Smith. Light refreshments were
according to cable dispatches received will like our ioe.
even more delightful than had been served. Quite a number of members you
today. ROOf G4RDNTODAY [
anticipated. took part in the game, which was unusually 1

During the afternoon many of the interesting. PEOPLE OF CITY SAW GREAT

crowd the cool spent waters pleasant of the hours lake.bathingin Oth- LOCAL MOOSE INSTALL LODGEAT BLAZING developed METEOR yesterday TUESDAYIt morningthat ij The New Ice CompanyItIIII111111..I..I.III.I.I.I.I..11..III jj

ers enjoyed boating.At KISSIMMEE
the brilliant
meteor, which
seven p. m. a delicious picnic
flashed across the heavens Tuesday
lunch was spread, and added the fin- A number of officers and membersof
night, was seen by a number of Or-
ishing touch to a perfect day. Not the local chapter of the Loyal Or- lando residents. "LITTLE WHITE VIOLET"Complete
long after the party returned to the der of Moose went to Kissimmee last 1.1..I..I.ltt..II..III.IIII..I.II.II.I..11FRANK

austos and made the run back to Or- evening on the A. C. L. train, with TOO in two acts. :Mary
LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
lando by moonlight. their paraphernalia, and installed a
lodge at that place. Fuller.
SALE-Ford touring car, in
REBEKAH After the ceremonies had been suc- first class condition; bargain for I ; A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
PICNIC. cessfully completed the visitors were cash. See Mr. Hutton at Ford Gar-
Local Rebekahs and their friends treated to a banquet, and returned to age. 7-30-lt "STEADY COMPANY"The

enjoyed a delightful picnic: yesterdayat Orlando on the midnight train. story of a strange wooing.
"Donualthema," the Helms placeon Among those who went were A. H. .
Lake Lancaster. More than fifty Gauthier, F. J. Raehn, Edward Jump, FavoriteTODAY'S Pauline Bush and Lon Chancy.

were present and a fine time resulted. J. F. Dale, Walter Yowell, A. E. Hup-

At noon the tables under the oaks pell, J. D. Walmsley, J. N. Snead, Al.
were loaded to the breaking point Huppd, F. A. Wallace, J. F. Walsh, PROGRAM "WHEN THEIR DADS FELL

c with good things which the ladies had E. R. Hanner, F. E. Richards, J. A. A Broncho.drama, in"Molly two parts.of the Mountains." OUT" CURTIS & O'NEAL

prepared for the occasion, and every- Jallette, F. J. Hunter, C. W. Thompson Beauty. "The Once Over." A com-
. body gathered around them and did J. D. Baggot, C R. Sphaler, C. F. edy.Pathe. Nestor Comedy. Billie Rhodes.
full justice to the cravings of the inner Livingood, and W. G. Sphaler. "New Exploits of Elaine." '
man. During the afternoon boat- "The Serpent's Sipn in two parts, Insurance Loans Real Estate : ; ...
featuring Pearl White, Arnold Daly
ing, bathing and other sports were HAVE ENJOYABLE OUTING and Edwin Arden. Be sure to see the Dress Pattern Given away at
enjoyed.DR. "New Exploits of Elaine," as it promises Rentals
-0- Quite a number of Rebekahs and to be more" thrilling than "Ex- nine o'clock tonight.
ploits of Elaine.
HARRIS AND FAMILY their friends went out to Mr. F. L. Admission: children 5c., adults lOc.
LEAVE FOR PALMETTO. Helms' camp on Lake Lancaster yes-
Rev. H. F. Harris and wife returnedto terday, where they held a most en- The One-Price Theater
their home in Palmetto yesterday joyable outing. It was the second affair -
morning. Dr. Harris has been spend- of its kind held there this season. The Cathedral Seta The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN

ing some weeks past in Tennessee, Every one attending enjoyed the day
and Mrs. Harris and children have immensely. A bountiful dinner was 10 cents cents ESTABLISHED 1886 .. -
been visiting the former's parents, served by the ladies and when the Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
1 ,*. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vick, on East crowd returned last evening to Or- School for Girls
Jackson street. Dr. Harris stopped lando they were all unanimous in 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 Pathe Feature Monday night: '.

over for a week in Orlando before singing the praises of the committee Primary, Intermediate and Academic "Saved From Himself."
proceeding with his family to Pal- having the matter in charge. Grades I . Miiinn . . .

metto. Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
--0'w. SKATING RINK Culture and Domestic Science. -
C. T. U. MEETING.W. For Catalogues address the Rector
C. T. U. "Mothers' Meeting"this The Sterlings will give lessons by Rev. Roderick P. Cobb A. M, ,

Friday afternoon, in Baptist free appointment lessons at during night the session.day. Short Orlando, Fla. It Melts in Your MouthDAILY
church parlor. Topic, "The Child in 7-30-2t

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CARAMEL Bisque
the property corner Orange Avenue,
ICE CREAMS
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the skating rink property, for $26,000. 1 1A
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JAPAN REFUSES BRITAIN'S RE- PENNSYLVANIA N. d. TO BE AS- CHAUTAUQUA MEETING SUPPORTS ST. PETERSBURG MEN CATCH : -
QUEST TO STOP DEALING SISTED BY REGULARS FOR PRESIDENT 12-FOOT SHARKSt. -
WITH GERMANS MACHINE GUN DRILL The 14Jet:

Virginia Beach, Va.-Resolutions .
Petersburg, Fla.-With the aid
Pittsbur .
-Brigadier General A.
Tokiow -Japan has informed Great confidence in OF CLEANLINESS OF
expressing
President
: J. Logan, commanding the second brigade of scores of bathers a huge shark QUALITY
Britain that she is unable to accedeto Pennsylvania National Guard, Wilson and pledging' him prayers and weighing 1,000 pounds and measuring OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

Great Britain's request to announcea announced to his command that ma- support in his efforts to uphold the twelve feet one inch was dragged FRESH AND SALT MEATS
prohibition of trading in the Far cnme gun drill was to be a part of rights of neutral nations were adopted onto the bathing beach Sunday afterit Kept under the best sanitary condition '-0.-
East with citizens of hostile nations. the brigade encampment, which will by the National Christian Chau- had been hooked some distance out Everything screened away from the files and kept freela%:
in session here
The British government recently gazetted begin August 7. tauqua today. by St. Clair Meares and Roy David- and pure.
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a regulation prohibiting trad- Heretofore the infantry regiments son. We invite inspection and guarantee eatiftfartfoo. We have
have been drilled with rifle and bay- Advertise in the Morning Sentinel
ing with nationals of Germany and I everything in the Meat Line.
Austria in China, Siam and Persia. onet only, but guard officers say that and get results. Sentinel Want Ads Pay. I.

Great Britain had been waiting for machine overlooked.A gun drill. must not in futurebe H. oVT. Self & Co.'PHONE .
assurance that Japan would adopt
from the United States NO. 80
similar measures. However, the Jap- company PINE STREET
anese government, after consultnig army, fully equipped with machine )L It Costs Us Money
: guns, will camp with the brigade.
leading business men, decided it could .
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not reason permit join that the the the movement enforcement laws of, chiefly Japan of such for do not the a:I THE BEST WAY ESTATEIf TO SELL REAL 4 Q'o To Save You ARE{ YOUR CHILDREN [LEARNING[ MUSIC?


measure. The government is under- These vacation should
days be
MoneyOn used to interest the
stood to have pointed out that in effect -: you have a house or vacant lot
there was no trading between. to sell, the best way to secure a buyeris children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish

Japanese and representatives of hos- to advertise the property in the everything in music and musical instruments. Music refines .
tile countries in the Far East. Jap- Sunday SentinelTilE elevates and trains
the
mind for the
more strenuous
anese merchants are believed to have account of the heavy .
duties of life.
opposed the British project on the STERLINGS AT THE SKATING -
ground that it would harm the busi- RINK trade Saturday we will con-
W. S.
ness interests of the empire. tinue this sale- all this week. BRANCH,
The clever Sterlings, who delighteda
THE ARCADE BOOK
WILDCATS HALT TRAIN large audience at the Grand theatre This ad is bringing US re- AND MUSIC STORE
Monday evening, will give exhibitionsat I
Lewiston, Pa.-Traffic was suspended the Skating Rink Thursday, Friday suits; and it will pay you to Hart's
Meat
on the main line of the Pennsylvania and Saturday, with a matinee Satur- f Prices
TAKE ADVANTAGE of the
afternoon.
railroad for a full hour near Mil- day See them at their
best on the big rink floor. 7-28-4t
lerstown, the other morning, when a ; prices offered.
fast freight train was held up by Cannot Be Beat
wildcats.
Locomotive No. 3427, with a train Get Behind a -I I a

of dressed beef, parted at a defective
coupler while passing through the C4owsad 16 pounds Sugar ______________________________$1.00 Special Prices .
Millerstown Narrows, and Conductor Lemons, per dozen ______________________________15c
"Jack" Weaver hurried forward from mole.enjoy The a realll cool dry. sweet 24 pounds Pillsbury's Flour _____________________$1.10 CHUCK STEAK ................................................ lOc.
Wellington Pipe won'tboil Other Flour 24 _______
the charge caboose of,an only old to she find bobcat the situationin and her wont get foul Fox River, Blue, pound Valley sacks and Gold, 80c.Seal, 90c.Butter, and ______$1.00_37c ROUND STEAK ................................................ loc.

two half grown kittens. America MaJ la Oleomargerine, Purity Brand, 2 pounds for ________45c LOIN STEAK .................................................. 18c.

Cane pick 7OUI'fa-in UK] Kingan's Sliced Bacon, per pound _________________32c FLORIDA PORK ............................................... 18c.
NOTED ITALIAN GENERAL ronte ihape.25c.33c.30c.ai. Other Breakfast Bacon ____________________20c. to 25c
KILLED IS >. Smoked Bacon, per pound__ __ ____12c., 18c., and 20c WESTERN PORK ................ .............................. 22c.

Best Raw Boneless Ham _________________________22c CASH ONLY
Undine, Italy.-General Antonio Best Ham _______________________________18c and 19c i iP.C.HART
Cantore has been killed in battle on White Bacon per pound, 10c., Side Bacon _________12i' c
the Isonzo front. lIe is the first offi- New Irish Potatoes, peck 25c., half bu. 45., bu.___,__85c
cer of that rank killed. He won a I Ai: New Irish Potatoes, per barrel, 10 pecks,__________$1.90
general's commission by heroism dur- Say 7 small cans Van Camp's Cream __________________25c ,
ing operations in Tripoli. 7 tall cans Van Camp's Cream ____________________50c PHONE 213. 35 WEST CHURCH ST.
You want to see this new 6 dozen, 1 case small Van Camp Cream ___________$2.30
-- -------- 4 doz., tall Van Camp Cream ____________________$3.35
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PUBLIC package Spider is introducing to Eagle Brand Milk, per can _______________________15c. SKATING RINK
the market-its the swellest 4 cans 2 pound Tomatoes, 25c., per doz ____________70c
Orlando, Fla., July 28th, 1915, 3 cans, 2 pound Corn 25c., per dozen _______________95c
thing out in the way of little Best Van Camp's Peas, per can 10c., per doz. _____$1.10
To Whom
it May Concern:- White House Coffee, per pound ____________________33c THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT
It has come -to us repeatedly Cigars. Maxwell House Coffee, per lb. ____________________31c ,
what the employees of the Gulf See him at the Arbuckle's Coffee, per pound, 19c.: Green Coffee15cPure
Refining Company, in this city, Coffee in bulk, per pound 18c.; 5 pounds ______85c Saturday Matinee
have had to say about the qual- 3 cans Campbell's Soup 25e.;dozen cans ___________95c
ity of the Kerosene which we of- Succotash and Spinach, 2 pound cans, 2 cans ________25c THE STERLINGSIn
fer to the public in Orlando and Good and Bad All lOc. size Pork and Beans, 3 cans for ___________-25c
t vicinity. This product is 150 50 pound Pail Lard $4.00, large pail No. 10, ________95c
E t proof and will test in gravity Cigar StoreOrange Pure Georgia Syrup in barrel, per gallon __________55c a series of new popular steps and danceson
from 45 to 48. Pure Florida Syrup in gallon cans, each ____________55c Skates
I There is no better product put Mallo Icing, per can _____________________________20c
; on the market, and any com- A"enueBargai lOc. size Assorted Extracts 3 bottles ______________20c
e r ments that any one makes thatis I 3 packages Ice Cream Powder or Jello _____________25c PRIVATE LESSONS DURING DAY. FREE SHORT LESSONS AT NIGHT
detrimental to it is only an im- I Pound Can Rumford's Powder 23c., half pound can ___13c

{ aginary knock, and will not be 3 cans Sodarine -________________________________13c ADMISSION" 10 CENTS
L borne out by its use. I I Welche's Grape Juice, per qt.45c; pint 23c.; / pint14clOc.
It will smoke and char a wick 'i size Jelly, Peanut Butter, Pickles, Salad Dressing,

less than any other kerosene, n assorted, 3 for ----___________________________25c t
f and a trial of it will be the proof Corn Beef, Roast Beef, Alright Brand, per can ______20c

. of the pudding. Potted Hams and Sardines, 6 cans for ______________25c ORLANDO f
r 1 The quality of our product is 3 cans Vienna Sausage -------------_____________25c ROOFING
such that competitors have to 3 cans Cove Brand Oysters -------________________20c AND
, resort to these sort of methods Tall Pink Salmon, per can lOe.; per dozen ________$1.10
t in order to sell theirs whereever Pie Peaches, Apples and Pumpkins, 3 Ib. cans, each __lOc SHEET METAL CO.

they come in competition with Dried Prunes and Peaches, per pound --___________lie
E them, and such knocks always New house, 8 rooms and bath. Currants and Raisins, per package -----____________lOc
E result in a boost. We can backup Location perfect, 4 blocks from All Soaps, including Ivory, Fells Naptha and Sweet- Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
1 our products as being good, heart, __________6 for 25c !
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: and generaly better than any J: center of city, east side. Grits and Meal, 10 Ibs for 25c.; 92 lb. sack ________$2.10 and Rubber Roofings
1 made, and their quality all along Flour in half barrel -___________________$3.75 to $4.00
t the line will back us up. i J| For quick sale $3000. Cash or Self-Raising Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds ________S3.90 Cornices, Skylights.k,Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
When any one has to knock terms. Pillsbury's Flour, half barrel, 96 pounds ---------_$4.25
some one else's goads to sell j Full line of all kinds of Smoked Bacon and Hams, nice
their own product they cannot and fresh; all unwraped. Works: 14 E. Church St. : ORLANDO 4
claim very much for their own. I
NOTE OUR FEED PRICES .
Yours very respectfully, '

M. 0. DOVELL & SON Corn per sack ________$1.95
CARL DANN ------------------------
By M. O. Dovell. Oats, per sack ------------____________$2.10 to $2.25
f I Beet Pulp. per sack _______S1.75 I
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Sweet Feed-per sack $1.65 to $1.75
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Bran per sack ________$1.60 SPACEMr.
f BREAKERS HOTEL ------------------------
( Chicken Feed per sack _______$2.15
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DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA Cotton Seed Meal, per sack, 7V per cent, $1.50: 5 Automobile Man

i percent ____$1.25 i
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Well
screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. J Best Wheat per sack ----______________$2.40 to $2.50 !
Hot and Cold running water in every room Salt, hundred pound sack _______70c
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: LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH Chick Food Egg Producer, per package -------____20c
i Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to Orlando &
, $10 per week, American Plan. Top Trimming Co.

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Owing to the rebuilding which is
now going on in the Guernsey Block i .
I have been compelled to close up the i
!
WANTS Royal Palm Barber Shop, but the I :
.barbers can be found at J. B. Harris'; MILK
i place on Church street, ready to serve i i
you. Thanking you for favors, j 1

The Morning Sentinel Want I 7-20-12t Yours ELIJAH truly, WHITEHEAD.! DEPOT a
ORLANDO Directory is the Greatest Want 1
Ad Medium in Orlando. FOR SALE aBUTTER

L I have for sale one full blooded I .
Terms Cash in Advance. Jersey cow, just come fresh with her "
went Aptile Plaster and Lime RATES third calf; also one heifer, with her MILK-
I first calf, three-fourths Jersey and I I Fresh Every Day.
,, For One Day -_-__________25t I one-fourth Holstein. My residence is I! 5c. ;
glass :
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-- near Clarcona, Fla., and postoffice I
For Six Days _________73c my j 25c. per gallon!
---- address is Apopka. Fla., Box 95. G.i
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= ::1.; For One Month ___$2. 0 CREAM AND MILK
I --------- I W. Riner, Apopka, Fla.
This rate applies on all ads of 7-25-d&wtf | BUTTER
l I 25 words OP less. If the ad contains -
more than 25 words the rate j jI i Fresh Homemade
I FOR SCREENS, lawn
I porch swings |
will be one cent per word for | SAND"'ICllESPIES
and all kinds of
swings
.. I each additional word, for each in- carpenter f AND CAKES
work, go to TracMoore, 18 East
t sertion.
I Church street. 7-25-lmoc'I -
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f: A UUD WATER HEATER I the counts office opened telephone by telephone No. 24.will Ac-be RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB iAACADEMILK DEPOTSURVEYING

i I payable the following_ day. Located in the Arcade Building
f All work guaranteed and neat-
< : Every Home-Every Business
: FREE I Every Man has use for a ly done. Our work is the best
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t, I Sentinel Want Ad. and our prices are the lowest.
This is the place to have
; your
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SubDividingPROMPT
i old clothes made new.

FOR SALE Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c. .
Suit dry cleaned, pressed___60c. AND ACCURATE

f I FUR trees SALE-Orange, all varieties, and grapefruit Suit pressed ---__________40c. WORK .
in any: quanti
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I ties. Will set out and guarantee treesto All Palm Beaches scrubbed : HAL A. IRISH
I live if desired. Alex Oliver. and pressed ------______50c'r

; i every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an entlre.fw 7-27-6tc Mohair suits pressed ______25c. i Civil-Engineer
We do ladies' work also. Giveus ,
MULES FOR SALE
] serviceve will give absolutely FREE one RUDD Pair nice mare mules in good condition a trial and be convinced (47 Watkins BIdg., Orlando, Fla.

\ suitable for farm or heavy haul Clothes called for and delivered 1 I
TAJ PATERHEATER will make
regular
price $12.00, or we ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply Phone 613. '

f f. an aance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- Co.,P.Orlando G. Walton, Florida., Agt. Gulf Refining 717tfcFOR ----- --- $3.25 :

: stan bus Water Heater. Harness ;
SALE-Ford Makingand
runabout body, top
f and wind shield, at Ford
pu have a water heater and want a new range let us 7-3-tf Garage. RepairingAll Week End i :

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an attractive price on one. FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract i
'one quarter mile from city limits; kinds of leather repairing, suchas A
(te in and talk it over with us.WATER very fine for citrus or subdivision pur Rates
Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,
I rI poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dano.69tf .
I Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' PocketBooks I
I TO TAMPA AND RETURN
I I Auto Cushions and Tops, also
FOR RENT get your scissors sharpened. I VIA *

I FOR RENT-Furnished and unfurnished 23; West Church Street, in Hopkins
flats and dwellings. Jas. A.
Knox. 7-9-tf Shoe Shop. Atlantic Coast Line :

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W. A. BOSTON
f )RLArO & LIGHT CO I WANTED 7-20-12t Standard Railroad of the Sooth .

,: I WANTED-Plain sewing, by the day. -
Especially good at darning and
mending. Mother's helper in general. Tickets sold for all trains Sat- *
!I : GAS DEPARTMENT Address K., Sentinel, or phone 478. I Phone 7 2 urday and forenoon trains Sun-
7-28-6tc day.

': i WANTED-Salesman and collector Paul V. HutchinsAttorney Limited to reach original Start-
for Orange county. Apply No. 43 ing point by midnight Tuesday.
1 East Pine street, Orlando, Fla. and Counsellor at Law
Favorite Line
Excursions
:: to
7-25-6tc
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I St. Petersburg, U. S. Ports
i l WANTED TO RENT-Small farm Davis & McNeil Bldg Pass-a-Grille '
..V ysssz : near Orlando; house, barn, chicken ORLANDO FLA.
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houses .
and plenty water; rent moderate -
Address F. R. care Sentinel.
,.. For Information Call
":!'-' 7-29-3t I on
r D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.

= TO EXCHANGE !When Greek W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
Five room dwelling, 7 blocks from Orlando
depot, at Lakeland; lot 95x145 fifty
large fruit trees. Price $1,800. Want Meets GreekWas
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; any kind of property at Orlando or ;
Notce-Special Sale Pine Castle.
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Want good light car for lots at Pine symbolic of an order fast Cut Flowers
Castle and some cash.J. passing from the modern stageof
B. SMITH, Pine Castle.
7-29-3t action. When gentleman .
it meets gentleman will supplantthe and Plants

BEG NING 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 gentle Floral
:f 25 per cent. off our regular cash will be the Designs
f and continuing for two weeks price on any goods in story Hammond man one who feels
himself to be
& Gore. 6-5-tf such. Your per-
'I.1V < I sonal appearance has a powerful

: 25 }1ER CENT DISCOUNT ]I "while Shop.Umbrellas 21 you Ji:.wait Pine recovered,"St.at Young's and repaired 2-4-lyrc Repair I effect on your consciousness. ..Violet Dell Florist. :



Ct all Millinery Ladies' Skirts I buy BUYERS, sell rent AND, and SELLERS exchange real Orlando I J. M. CARUTHERSPhone

estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla, 509. 408 South Lake St.

Kmonas, and House Dresses over 120.000,000.30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over Steam LaundryPHONE

10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

II Men's Pain Beach Suits and Extra Pants at FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE 88 CUNT BASSPHONE


GREATLY REDUCED PRICES One of the best trucking and fruit 37S
farms in Prosper Colony, consistingof
25 acres; 9 acres in cultivation; all 91DR. West Jefferson Street
Come and look under fence. Will be sold at a sacri- Suce...er to
line
at our fice for cash, if sold in 30 days. A
good crop will go with the place. A Hand Wood
good six room house and good out- | CompanyWood
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. buildings. In sight of depot, church L H. RAMSDELt
and school. The place will bear in- of AUKlndsPROJIPT
spection. For particulars, address OPTOMETRIST
WINTER GARDEN, FLA. Box 57, Taft, Fla. 72.412t'Read ORLANDO, FLORIDA SBRVICEREASONABLE
WE FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENSES
I the Morning Sentinel for the AND 'DO ALL KINDS OF PRICE

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afternoon for Jacksonville on matters ; \

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Mr. S. Y. Way is spending today in :
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not give'greater elasticity to, your currency I Jacksonville looking after insurance $1.04 for Each $1.00 ?\

r by making it 'accomplish larger things-to matters.Mr. i_," ... .

make it go farther and prove its ability to earn They are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts,by \. -,4
f more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safety W. B. Mackinson, one of Kisimmee's the 10th of the month. Get them from the below mercl:
staunch and substantial citizens -
- here in 4 cent. ;
earning per
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I looked after business matters in
Orlando Allen & Company,Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery. '"J. 3
f' yesterday. W. S. Branch Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drug
Our steady growth in deposits \ Butt's, Refreshments O. K. Pool Room. ki ,'
. How many savings checks have you City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Grocerw 4
and general business is evidence collected! 7-7-tf Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto S''
of ability to serve our customers John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Markel] "
J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bid etc.
Mr. R. C. Camp, a prominent busi-
" well, ,and the character of our : Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Comp ep1. : f l
4 ness man of Ocala, spent yesterdayin and Arcade Store.
Board of Directors gives assurance % avenue building.
Orlando. While here he made his I. W.Phillips& Son. Mayer Candy Co. : : .* |
of strength and conservative ; headquarters at the San Juan. J. A. Caphnger, Electrician.CoOperative Dr. F. F. Thompson,..De -" f4..., ,'
t- management in "stretching Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor ;, :
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laund, 0
the earning capacity of your dollars Come out to the big masqueradeball T. P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton Shoe Hos ": {
It at Wekiwa Springs, Thursday .
F I evening, August 5. Lots of fun. .Everybody t;, J <
o- I invited. Boating and bathingin f
r the afternoon. '
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; )Irs. E. D. Rush and daughter; : They can be deposited for their'.; .face value in the savingpart- : : i
The State Bank. .. Miss Flo, who have been visiting relatives ment of the ;

w.. and friends in Orlando 'for /

Orlando Fla. ; some days, left yesterday afternoon _
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". .t t"'", : for their home in_Jasper.' I The Peoples National Bnk

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Savings checks are money in the : -
bank. 7-7-tf ri
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Mrs. W., O. Swearingen and Mrs. J. **
I G, McDonald left yesterday afternoon <

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? troit, Mich., where they expect to remain ,- +; ,:
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Mr. J. A., Copeland returned yes-
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terday 'from a'business trip to Birmingham r.to.
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Economy Ala., where he had'been to ..
'.ilMMIilHi look after the affairs of the Copeland- y
Buy Now! Inglis Brick company. .


The local lodge of the Loyal Orderof ,
I Wins Crand
Moose; at their regular meeting

Wednesday evening, donated $25 to
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Mrs. R. L. Verble, who recently lost .

f ELDER her husband by' death. Prize at San Francsco


: Savings checks collect is money
; in the bank. 7-7-tf ,
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j Mr. G. M. Holden, Florida agent of The only Grand Prize in the motor, vehicle section (the Pan- .. .
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Water the .A..B. &,A.,.t; ill'oadyith' head* ama-Pacifie International Exposition, and the First Metof-Honor -..
Spring quarters in Tampa, .was, among the were both awarded to PACKARD.'" f ,,' -,

'. {, t popular transportation men :looking It is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority andie qualities -
after business'in Orlando yesterday.F. .: '
of permanent success that are back of the new
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,. Is a standard for '. J. Raehn, who helped organize a
lodge of the Loyal Order of Moose at

,'H'; purity, aids diges- '. Kissimmee last evening, has continued Packard T\vinSix|i
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his trip to Tampa where he will 1 ,
tion, and eliminates spend several days combining buSi- !
ness with pleasure.Mrs. f

acidity. :: ::
E. V. Whittaker and daugh-

This being accomplished a world of sickness ters, Misses Carrie and Elizabeth, San Juan Garage Company
who have been visiting Mrs B. G.
is saved. ,Nature provided Spring Water Abernethy at her.lovely home on Eait

and Spring Water alone for mankind and Central avenue, returned yesterday Orlando .
Daytona /
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afternoon to Tampa.
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take its .
nothing pan place.BEGIN .

NOW Ask for savings checks; they are DISTRIBUTORSlllliSMMiilllli I
your money in the bank. 7-7-ti

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County Commissioner A. C. Starbird .. \ .
of Apopka, was in Orlando for a :

Elder Spring Water Co. while yesterday, leaving on the Atlantic :- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111111111111111111111111.Who .
Coast Line train for Jackson-

ORLANDO, FLORIDA ville to attend to important business. ?
matters. Will. Be Your Executor.

Phone WRIGHT 444 j
Mr. Lawrence Thornton 'a former

well known young man of"this city; ASWER0.. 2
but now residing at St.
Petersburg, ,
a
Your estate may be materially impaired as
arrived in Orlando yesterday and will direct result of the appointment of an executor P-.'. -,.
spend the next three weeks greetingold trustee. t
B.ftMIIIIMIIIilllllilltltMMMMMIIttMMItMIMMJULY friends and acquaintances.Mr. or ,%'- .r
When an individual is.appointed '-
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Wm. Edwards, of Plymouth, The financial responsibility is generally weaker. "'
spent yesterday in Orlando hobnob- tIt '
is usually provided in wills that the person ,
bing with friends and greeting busi-
nominated to serve as executorshall be excused -
SUGGESTIONSWedding ness associates. He will start tomor- :
bonds.
row for Nantucket, Mass, to be ab- from giving 3 z
sent from Orange county for some When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense .;" : } .

Gift Presents for your bridesmaids, best weeks. of the estate, and then only partial secu- _

man, ushers, etc.? Or perhaps some new articles of Mr. Chas. Bennett expects to leave rity against loss is provided. 9 ,

I the latest design in gold jewelry for summer wear shortly for Waynesville, N. C, wherehe When a Trust Company is selected- ; *

will spend a portion of his well The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
or a new toilet set for the coming vacation.Be earned vacation. He will stop at is secured. y i ;

what it may, if a high-class jeweler's establishment Hawkinsville, Ga., to visit relatives: A bond which has behind it the entire financial '
and friends and then make a visit to strength of the Institution is always filed with
should have it will find it here of
superb /
you the Land of the Sky. the Probate Court at no cost to the estate.
quality and value and properly priced.
Answer No. 3 wdl appear in a subsequent issue -
:Mr. and Mrs. Phil Peters, of Ocoee,
en route home from their wedding of this newspaper. '" E Mesta

Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. trip through Georgia, spent a day and s .tCome
night in Ocala, leaving for home yes- -;. in any time and freely ask for further
terday afternoon in their car. They '' v information on this vitally important subject. tl ;

were accompanied from. Ocala to Orlando I''I :Y!: You are always welcome, and our officers are alI -

by Mrs. Peters' brother, Mr. ways glad to advise.The ,-,
Claud Sims, of Tampa.-Ocala Ban- I

T.D.EVANS nero 1 I Orlando Bank & Tru t Company

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JEWELER & Bnindage Orlando, Florida

OSTEOPATHS and" Profits $1 1,000.00
Capital Surplus
Personal fnstruction under Dr. Stillat ,
II I Kirksviile, Mo. ... R.
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