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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: June 26, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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i THE MORNING SENTINEL





r. VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO FLORIDA SATURDAY JUNE :2G, 191:). NUMBER: 116.
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U. S.COMMERCIAL PLAYING WILL: SEE NEUTRAL IF GAME BRITAINIS : RUSSIANS DRIVE TEUTONS BACK: i FURIOUS WARFARE WORLD IN HISTORYOF UNPARALLELED -I IUAWSCORfS\ HEAVILY[ IN




/.i U. S. GOODS IN_GERMANY HElD UP ALLIES AT DARDANELLES AND :' BIG METHODS-OF WARFARE USED I! HIS FIGHT FOR LIBERTY ;



$50,000,000 Worth of Goods EORTS I Rifle and Bayonet Replaced by
THE ITALIANS DESTROY 2
t Owned by Americans in Mines and Hand Grenades

Germany Can Not Be -Big Guns Still KIDNAPPING FEAR REAL
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t i i t i i t s i i i
Sent to IT S. REPORT SAYS GERMANS Roar
I. $100,000,000 SPENT IN U. S.
I. INSTEAD OF EUROPE FORCED BACK ACROSS June 25. A deadlock has -I -
Washington, June .-After a con- London .
t s s t s 5 s s a a s s. s s. s
ference tomorrow between Secretary S THE DNEISTER been reached on the western front. FEARED KIDNAPPING BE-
Lansing and representatives of the Washington, D. C.Money heretofore Three official statements received "I WILL IF I CAN," ANSWERSPRESIDENT i CAUSE JEROME THREATENED -
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great importing firms of New York expended by American during the day, two from Paris and :
city and other cities, a plan will' be tourists to Europe, estimated by TURKS HAVE 10143,000 MEN one from Berlin claim that progresshas 1 FORCE \
I formulated to test the sincerity of Secretary Lane at $100,000,000 or been made at only two points, an Springfield, :Mass.-President *

Great Britain's protestations that she more annually, is this year being Italians Make Strong Advance advance between Angres and Sou- Wilson passed through Springfield '
THE CASE MAY CLOSE NEXT WEEK
'
has no disposition to unnecessarily injure spent in the United States according chez, north of Arras, reported by at 9 o'clock this morning on i
American commerce. to a statement issued by -Demolish One Fort and Paris and a disputed claim by Ber- his way to his summer home in ';

: The plan is to station a general him today. Savagely Attack lin of a slight advance on the western Cornish, N. II. As his car stopped Only Point of Testimony "/asThaw's
Secretary Lanes statement was at the railroad yards he saved i
agent of the importers in Englandwho border of the Argonnes.The
will get, in advance of all sail- based upon reports received at Another deadlock was not the result of his hand and smiled at a group of i "Delusions" in Regard -

ings, duplicate bills of lading certi- the interior department showing Petrograd June 25.The Russians inaction but rather is an index of the railroad men. They called to him I'' to Threats Made
it was said, an unprecedented the warfare waged. and he came out and shook hands.*
of being
fied to and unobjectionable in every have driven the Teutons back across fury by Jerome
interest in the national "Keep us out of ""ar. :Mr. President !
public of destruction have
respect, so as to leave no shadow of the Dneister at ZuzanvoDemeszkovitzo Ordinary engines
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an excuse for a prize court proceed- parks of the West as indicated by with enormous losses. A terrific practically been abandoned with the said one. .1 New York June 25.-Harry Thaw
the increase in the number of "I"ill if I can," the president '
big
vessels from neutral of the In placeof I
ings against exception big
... I battle continues. The Austrians were guns. I scored a telling point in his fight for
ports of the United States or vice visitors this year over previous driven rifle and bayonet at most sectionsof replied. liberty late this afternoon when
back across the river at an-
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Mr. Wilson will be
met by an
years. the front mines and hand grenadesare
versa. . . other point. The Germans have been automobile at Windsor and taken I Judge Hendricks admitted evidence
I This proposition will be a complete forced to taKe the defensive. being used almost exclusively.BIG Cornish. showing that Thaw's fear of kidnapping
counter to the intention of Great Brit- to was not a delusion resultingfrom
s s s s s s s t s s s a s a s
ain, as stated by Lord Crewe to here- BASEBALL RESULTS Allies Gain at Gallipoli RACE I'UnSET CHICAGO I his mental] condition, but a real

after send vessels immediately to the Mitylene, June 25.; -There has been !fear based on the threats of William

prize courts and abandon diplomacy National League terrific fighting on the Gallipoli peninsula -, Chicago, June .-The winner of QUAKE DAMAGE WAS OVERESTIMATED I Travers Jerome to bring him back to

ali- a means of settlement.} New York 5, Boston 0. since Tuesday. The allies the: first race on the new Chicago New York by force.

I At the same time a protest will bet Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn 4. have carried several trenches. A second -I Speedway, which will be opened tomorrow I "Jerome told me and I told Thaw,"
made against the operation of British Chicago 5, St. Louis 0.PittsburghCincinnati French divisbn has now joined in with the international 500 El Centro, Cal. June .-Despite i said Merrill Shurtleff, one of Thaw'sNew ...

orders in council and the alleged rain. the conflict. It is estimated that the mile event, will have an average of at additional tremors which occurredlast I Hampshire counsel "that if I

blockade which prevents, illegally, American League ,Turks have lost 143,000 men since the least 05; miles an hour to pull down night during a mass meeting'of applied for bail for him he would
the exportation of about $50,000,000 Boston 9, New York 5. :fighting began on the peninsula. the long end of the $54,000 purse, was 5,000 citizens, the work of rehabilitating -II take him back to New York by main
worth of goods, practically owned Washington 4, Philadelphia 1. the prediction tonight of speed mer- the cities of the Imperial Val- force if necessary."
now by American importers in Ger- All that were scheduled. ley was continued today with renewed
chants who have been the
Italian Successes training on The great importance of this evidence -
many. Federal League Rome, June 25.-The Italian artil- big board oval Maywood for the I II vigor. The rebuilding of the wrecked I I to Thaw lies in the fact 'bit

Brooklyn 12, Chicago. ,l leis Tjcmorcing the stronghold of past two days.Twentyfour. and damaged structures progressed this fear of kidnapping was the or'y
t CHILEAN CONGRESSMAN SHOT Newark 6, Kansas City 1. i T.Ialborglietlo, and slowly reducing I I of the fastest racing without acceptance of outside aid. hint of delusions on his part that has
It is estimated that the total I I I
Baltimore 2, St. Louis 11. now
-- I the fortress to ruins. The Ilenzl fort cars in the world will line up for the so far cropped out at the trial.
.. Santiago Chile.-Congressman Guil- Buffalo 5, Pittsburgh 6. already has been destroyed. On the start at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn- damage from earthquake shocks and At the close of the proceedings Mr.
fires in all the towns will
lerme Zaguirre was shot dead today Southern League lower Isonzo the Italians have secured ing and tonight none of their driverscan valley not Stanchfield announced that his case
by political enemies'while engaged in Memphis 1, Nashville 0. a footing on the plateau be- predict the outcome with any degree -I exceed $500,000.MORE was closed, except the testimony of
:t the Chattanooga 7, Little Rock 6. of certainty for the reason theyare his alienists which will be
presidential campaign on the tween Sagrado and :Monfalcone, and disposedof
island of Chiloo. Birmingham-New Orleans, rain. are now bombarding Plezzo. It is confronting conditions they never SUBMARINES: READY by noon Monday.
:Mobile-Atlanta, rain.
before faced.ISIIII'I'EH .
reported the Austrians have concen-

:1 ROOMS IN RINK BUILDING Columbus Charleston South 7,5 Atlantic,Augusta Jacksonville League 2. 4. Trieste.still.trated 200,000 Business troops there is to at a defend stand,' TWO CARS OF WATERMELONS ten the Quincy Fore submarines,River l\lass.-Three Shipbuilding under construction more Corpora-of the at 14 INITIATED INTO K K. P. !


Columbia 6, Macon 3. tion's yard for a European belligerent -

: ARE NEARLY FINISHED :NEW: ORLEANS MARKET Mr. J.Y.. Graves, the prosperousand nation, to be delivered after the LAST EVENING .
PARTY is ended will be launched withina
PICNIC OUT TO "SELDOM war ,
successful trucker of Ocoee, was
II OUT' New Orleans. few days, it was announced today. j
-July notices in the engaged yesterday loading a coupleof
ONE WILL BE OCCUPIED BY American markets caused One of the boats has already been put LODGE HAS HAD STEADY ;
heavy sell- cars with watermelons from two of
KING CAR AGENTS, A jolly party went out to :Mr. and ing in the early trading in cotton to- his places on the Conway road. They overboard and other launchings are GROWTH FOR MANY j

SCHNARR& GOODEN Mrs. Carl Dann's bungalow on Lake day. Local notices were estimated at were of the Tom Watson variety, and set for June 26, June 30 and July 3. YEARSW. :

Conway yesterday afternoon to enjoy from 100 to 1,500 bale Prices lost averaged from twenty-five forty The task of completing the remainingsix I j

II! Other Will He Tenanted by Jas- boating, bathing and fishing. There four to nine points, the near months pounds each. The cars went out last craft is being rushed by more K. O'Neal Member of Supreme -
were lots of good things to eat, and than 5,000 workmen.
per Jackson Will CarryLine showing the most weakness. July night over the Atlantic Coast Line Lodge, in Chair-
all had a jolly time, and are looking lost nine and driven downto with -
points Ga. their destina-
was Waycross as
I of School Sup- forward to another party Mr. and 838. BRITISH. RECRUITS GO BACK TO :M. S. King, C. M., for ,
tion, from which point they will be
I lies, Etc. Mrs. Dann promised for the near fu distributed to other markets. FRISCO Ensuing Year a

ture. The party consisted of Mr. and YALE WINS BIG RACE -

Workmen were yesterday busy lay- Mrs. Carl Dann, Mesdames Huntington RIVER PIER COLLAPSES; 100 EXCURSIONISTS New York.-The nine British army Welcome Lodge No. 9 Knights of .

ing the flooring in the two business Fred Gore W. E. Gore Will New London, Conn., June .-Yale DROWNED recruits who were detained here Tuesday Pythias held a'ery enthusiastic i

f rooms in front of the Orlando Skating Hammond, Caruthers, Holden, Morey, varsity eight defeated Harvard this left last night in charge of sev- meeting last evening and fourteen

1 Rink building. The rooms are Peer Empie, Miss Powell, Mrs. Paul afternoon. Yale also won in the Petrograd, via London, June 25.; eral federal deputy marshals for San valiant and honorable men were introduced ;

handsomely finished, have plate glass Allen of Sanford, and Miss Mildred junior eight oared contest this morning A dispatch from Kazan, 400 miles Francisco, where they will be wit- to the first steps of Knight- 1
{ fronts on Orange avenue and Jackson Gilmour of Jacksonville. The "con- and in the freshmen eight late east of Moscow, says that upwards nesses before the United States grand hood. W. R. O'Neal, a member of

streets and are well located for busi genials" will be entertained by Mrs. this afternoon. This was the forty-: of 10 0 persons were drowned in the jury in a proceeding against 1:. K. the supreme lodge, was in the chair ,

ness.The Caruthers, on Lake street, next Fri- ninth and "rubber" race between Yale collapse of a river pier at one of the Blair for alleged violation of neutrality I and he was assisted in the work by ]
south room will be occupied by day. and Harvard varsity: crews. I local pleasure gardens. by the enlistment in this countryof the regular officials of the local lodge.
I Messrs. Schnarr & Gooden who have ---- --- English soldiers and sailors. The list of those who were initiatedis

j accepted the local agency for the new 35,000; ACRES AT $71,000 I' as follows: W. Blythe Watson B. I

: King car, and will be used by them After A Talk With Col. House DR. DERNBURG ARRIVES AT K. Duke, Jacob Hassler J. G. Manuel -

r as a display room for this machine.Mr. Several large deeds went throughthe BERGEN ON THE BER- Henry Raehn, E. M. Perry, E. L.

t Jasper Jackson has secured the county clerk's office yesterda Wilson Sees No Hope For Peace GENSFJORDChristiana Sphaler A. R. Field, M. G. Cobb, D. I'
:( north room, and although he has not and were recorded. The Florida Coast A. Routh, S. S. Jones, C. F. Critten- ,

fully decided what business, he will Line Canal and Transportation Company via London, June 25.- den, G. T. Wingfield, and Morton H. i

engage in it is probable that he will of St. Augustine, deeded to The steamer Bergensfjord, on whichDr. Jones.
New York, June 25.-President es a desire for a settlement that
put in an up to date soda fountain Thompson and Jackson, of Toulon, Bernhard Dernburg was a pas- I After the ceremonies were concluded -
: and ice cream parlor. Ill, and Thompson and Jackson in 'Wilson does not see any prospect for sacri-fices I' senger on his way from the United there was a social hour and refreshments !:
i This location, for such an enterprise turn transferred the same propertyto early peace in Europe. States to Germany arrived last nightat were served. Previous to i;

i. is especially desirable, and with the Prudential Land Company, of Colonel E. M. House, his unofficial to the territorial status perhaps Bergen after being detained at I the initiatory service the lodge elected -

i the addition of a full line of school Jacksonville. The deed involved 35- :envoy to Europe, gave the president I I would not be difficult from quo the infor- Kirkwall Scotland, by the British officers for the coming term, as
t supplies should guarantee a fine busi- 574.83 acres of land in Brevard and yesterday the results of his sojourn'I mation indicated. authorities. lIe expects to reach Berlin follows: M. S. King, C. M.; J. B. :
ness during the school year. Heretofore Orange counties valued at $71,149.66. Saturday evening. I Jr. V. C. H. O. "
; of several months in European capi- I In Germany, it seems, according; to Magruder, ; Rogers, : !
: the students have been forced to tals where he talked intimately with information given to the president Prel.; H. C. Robertson: A.; C. A. t
go beyond Church street at noon for SOUTHERN I MRS. JOHN B. POYNTZ DIES AT Johnson, I. G. W. P. Gwynne O. G.
EXPRESS OFFICE IN the responsible officials of the German -I the object of a large and influential ; ]I
their "cakes, cream and hamburger" CINCINNATIThe The .
ARCADE BUILDINGWe British and French govern- party was to prepare public opinion Knights of Pythias is one of
1 as well as for pens, ink and stationer ments. I the oldest and most popular lodges in :
for a realization of the idea that Ger- friends of Mrs. John B.
). are reliably informed that One fundamental the many the city and has had a steady growth 1
thing presi- many's best interests lie in colonial
Poyntz, a former popular resident of
gotiations which have been ne-I dent has learned is the from the time it was established i
unpreparedness expansion and the incidental develop-
this city, and the beloved daughter of
POSTOFFICE ROBBED IN for the removal of the of some twenty-five or thirty years ago. I'I
d DAYLIGHT express public opinion in some of the ment of overseas commerce rather Dr. F. S. Hall, will be grieved to learn II
from its present location to the south i belligerent countries as to terms than in territorial extension in Eu- of her sudden demise at Cincinnati, i I

1 room in the Arcade, now occupied by i which they fear their adversaries rope proper. Ohio, yesterday morning at 8:23 BULGARIAN RESERVISTS TOLD i'I'

Mocksville, N. C., June 25.-Rob the Plaza restaurant were satisfactorily !might advance, or that already are The question, however, which Colonel o'clock. The interment will be at TO BE READY

bers broke into the postoffice here adjusted yesterday by all parties I discussed. Colonel House observed House thinks likely will play' a Maysville, Ky., Sunday afternoon and .
.I early today, blew open the safe with interested, and it is a settled fact that public opinion in some countries most important part in any peace negotiations the remains laid to rest beside those Paris.-A number of Bulgarian reservists -
1 dynamite and escaped in an automobile that the express company; will have insisted on some terms which the gov- is "freedom of the seas." of her departed husband. living in Switzerland have I

after a running battle with citi- : their headquarters there. ernments of those countries had already The principle that the property of been notified by their government to

\ zens who had been aroused by the ext learned in various ways would all private citizens, except contraband I THE WEATHER hold themselves in readiness to rejoin
plosion. The amount obtained has More of that $1.35 book for 50c. not be acceptable to their opponents.In shall be exempt from captureor their regiments at a moment's notice,
not been ascertained. No one was "The Battle Cry." Curtis & O'Neal, all countries Colonel House found I seizure on the high seas in time of i Florida: Showers Saturday and says a Geneva dispatch to the Jour-
1. hurt. book and music store. there had developed among the mass- I I war. \:probably Sunday. nal.


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VOTE FIRST TIME IN ROUTE OF DIXIE WAR'S HORRORS AID SURGERY TWIN COLTSIn
HISTORY OF THE SOUTH HIGHWAY SHOULD BE !

BY FELLSMERE.The Doctors Tell of Work at the Front. the current issue of Farm and Valspar ValEnamelIt I
Fellsmere Tribune) Asso-
( Central Florida Highway
Fireside the of
appears story a mare
The men of Fellsmere are walkingthe ciation met in Orlando last week 500 San Francisco, Calif., June 25, 1915. and her twin colts-one a horse and pays: to use the Best.
streets with a very chesty appear- strong and voted to recommend the The European war is furnishing the the other a mule. They were foaled You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers! ,

ance. Why! Because they have following route to the Florida com- material for an important chapter in May 13, 1914, and are owned by Mr. Paints and Varnishes at
again demonstrated that Fellsmera mission of the Dixie Highway Com- military surgery. This was the keynote Ernest Odgen of eastern Missouri.Mr \

the Glorious is evidencing the justiceof mission: Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, of the Symposium on Military : Ogden bred the mare first to a Finley's Pioneer Paint StoreCorner
her claim to the title. The special Tavares, Apopka, Orlando, Kissimmee Surgery which occupied the attentionof stallion and then to a jack. The
cause was the election of last Thurs- Bartow, Arcadia, West Palm the Section on Surgery of the' horse colt was born first. Both meas- Pine and Court St. Phone 67
day. The particular feature was the Beach. American Medical Association, which
: ured 32 inches at birth and both
high
procession of the handsomest and This brings the line through Kis- closed its session here to-day. Dr. W. J j, are alive and well. At the end of We have the best men and the best equipment to do

most capable women in the Southland simmee. From Kissimmee a line E. Drennen of Birmingham, Ala., re- three months, each colt weighed about the best work. The best is the cheapest.

marching up to the election booth and southeast via Fellsmere and Fort lated his experiences during a recent 250; pounds. I
casting into the box the first ballots Pierce would not only open up a desirable service of several months in one of the : : Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat

ever so placed by one of their sex in route for presenting to the large hospitals in Paris. The type of

unrestricted franchise south of the touring public the best sample of hospitals, the methods used in trans- Saturday and Mon- I
Mason and Dixon line! Florida's muck land development, as porting the wounded the various I ;1-

And this great privilege which was shown on Fellsmere, but would opena kinds of missils used and the kind of : i
day Specials
i FOR THE SUMMER
theirs by right, although it has taken vast amount of territory for settle- ',:wounds made by them, were described : I;: CAMP

many years to convince the minorityof ment. This route would open up a by Dr. Drennen. Illustrations by ian- I i I
the masculine citizens of the coun- large district in Osceola county and : tern slides some of them from pro- II I 1!I! The VICTROLA furnishes the ideal music either for amusement -
Pillsbury Flour, 24 Ib.____$1.10
try of that fact, was given the ladiesof the southeast corner of Brevard. The ; cess photography Roentgen-ray photographs i entertainment or even for worship.
Gold Medal Flour 24 lbs$1.10
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Fellsmere by a unanimous vote of three counties should unite in con- showing the types: of fracture :
Silver King: Flour, 24 lbs___!1c The twenty-five dollar machine answers the purpose in most ,
the chesty ones.Meanwhile structing this thoroughfare.-Fells- and the different stages of healing -
Silver King Flour, 12 lbs30c I instances. Many campers already have them. Many more will\\
the wise little woman mere Tribune.E. were also shown.
sat tight at home, watching the an- Work in the Trenches Crisco, Large pail-________83cj! have them when they know how much the music adds to the
: 50c. size _____________45c {
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tics of these jubilant ones, satisfied H. MOTE FOR Surgeon F. E. McCullough of the pleasure camp life.
25c. sizeSnowdrift _____________23c
with results and quietly smiling as SENATOR. United States Navy described the sur-
large pail _____$1.00 I I
they think of the skillful silent pressure Rumor has coupled the name of E. gery of modern naval warefare. Trac- VV. S. BRANCH
half pail _________50c
; brought to bear for years past H. Mote, of Leesburg, with a placein ing the development of naval warfare
r I I THE ARCADE
Cottolene, large pail _____$1.25 BOOK AND MUSIC STOREs
by the firesides which has culminatedin the state senate next term. Mr. from the earliest times, he showed
60c. pail _____________55c
this additional glory for Fellsmere. Mote was asked by the Commercial if that proper care of those injured in
30c. pail _____________25c
And Fellsmere's womanhood sends there was anything in the rumor, but modern naval warfare could only be HlliHillllOlllltttMMMitM9l9ilt'' tilMMMWE
Karo, 1 gallon____________50c s
greetings to the sisterhood of the he declined to talk for publication. secured by making careful prepara-
one-half gallon _______25c DELIVER THE GOODS
Southland. Go to it, we have hewn However, he stated that if he decidedto tion during times of peace, by antici-
Fla. Syrup, one gallon _____55c !
the trail; broaden it to a grand ave- announce his candidacy he would pating every emergency before battle .
"light a-running." and by caring for the wounded during Irish[ Potatoes, per bushel __90c Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service I !
nue.The New Potatoes, bushel$1.301
polls opened promptly on time That is Mr. Mote's way. He is and after naval battles. Major A. W. per |
Prunes, 2 lbs _____________25c |
Thursday morning and the machinerywas splendidly qualified for the office and Williams of the Medical Corps of the It
t I(I Peaches, 2 Ibs ____________25c
hardly in working order when the if he enters the race it will be a hard ', United States Army, in a paper on Harley-Davidson TruckFOR
{''I \Vbite House Coffee _______33c
first woman voter in the South pre- fight for his opponents.-Leesburg Surgery on the Battlefield, emphasi-
Maxwell House Coffee _____33c
I I I I QUICK SERVICE
sented herself for the exercise of her Commercial. zed the difficulties encountered in car-
IJ Luzianne Coffee __________28c 1
franchise right. Ticket number ing for the wounded in the present
one j! Bliss Coffee ______________28c ,
was given her, for the men of the PLANT European war on account of the i
Best Ground Coffee _______20c I PHONE 444
HIBISCUS.This i
town would have waited all day rather !amount of trench fighting going on.
Best Green Coffee ________20c I
than have any other than a woman is one of the best seasons of' Owing to the massing of large bod-
Arbuckle Ground Coffee __.20c
cast the first ballot ever polled in the the year for setting out shrubbery. ies of men in trenches and the lack of
Asparagus 25c. size _______20c I Good and Bad Stores. !
There is I I I Cigar
town of Fellsmere, for it is the mu- no flower-bearing shrub so bathing facilities and clean clothing j
Everything lOc. regular 3
nicipality's first election since the easy to propagate as the hibiscus. I many severe case of infection have 'I .
I charter of incorporation was grantedby There are many varieties of the hi-I developed among the wounded. In for ---------------------25cEverything I MlillMIMiiil3 M MM MIMMM MMilllliM_
5c. 6
the Florida legislature. biscus and all of them thrive in Belgium, especially, where the trenches regular, .
for ____________________25c
sands of I
Following that first ballot came the warm Florida. All of them have been dug in a soil that has
one of the chief commissioner, C. W. are beautiful, with their glossy leaves for generations been heavily manuredfor For Quality and Prices On Fruits

Talmadge, the secretary commissioner and bright, rich colored and delicate market gardening, the percentageof I
Our
businesstrictly cash.
Wallace Sherwood, cast to elect flowers. They look especially well infection is very high. In comparison Watch This
their associate in the commission, and when planted in lawns. They make with other wars, there is alsoa No deliveries. I Space

then the town attorney, W. L. Dreier, beautiful contrasts when set along much higher proportion of shell
completed' the official list and the the edges of the sidewalks among the I and shrapnel wounds, due to the increased I
.,. public followed at will. shade trees. use of artillery. RIZK BROTHERS Alligator Pears

circles And the"The globe.Fame" of Fellsmere en- Plant hibiscus.-Tampa Times. New Type of WoundA 39 W. CHURCH STREET I II Just arrived. Price is right.

WHERE MAPLE SUGAR COMES new type of wound is that pro-
DADE COUNTY CHAIRMAN OF FROM duced by the darts dropped from Georgia Peaches

DIXIE HIGHWAY WANTED Farm and Fireside says: "Little aeroplanes in bunches of 500 or more, I BIG BARBECUEAND

Miami, Fla.-Appointment of a wonder that first-class maple sugar: which fall on the enemy like hail, Coming in daily. .
temporary county chairman for the and syrup are scarce. Only one tree producing wounds like bullets. Major -
Dixie is tapped for every five people in our Williams stated that his exper- CELEBRATIONAT
Highway Association is asked
by G. W. Saxon, vice-president of the population. Counting both sugar and ience as a field surgeon showed that j. w. Johnson, 109 W. CHURCH ST.
association for the state of Florida. syrup, New York is the leading state by the use of iodin, the skin could be
The appointment of this official is desired for the values of its maple products.Ohio quickly sterilized and surgical work KISSIMMEE ON JULY 5
is second and done in the field as safely as in the
Vermont third.
before i
June 25, according to Mr. Everybody invited to come
Saxon. Such chairmen are to be ap- But Vermont is far in the lead for elaborate operating rooms in city hos- '

pointed in every county in the state maple sugar alone. The maple prod- pitals. SPRAYINGFor
through which the highway passes.It ucts of the country are worth over Many medical men have lost their PLENTY TO EAT
is the plan of the officials in five million dollars a year." lives from cancer caused by Roentgenrays FINE PROGRAM White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
charge of Vghway matter to for- according to Dr. Robert Abbe of THREE BALL GAMES secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites
ward instructions soon to these coun- Now the paragraphers have foundan New York. It is now known that in infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
PONY AUTO FOOT AND
ty chairmen for the organization of Ohio man named Jack Cass. He the early stages these Raentgen-ray Compound. .
city councils to co-operate in the has lots of near relatives in Florida. cancers can be cured by the use of BICYCLE RACES These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings

building of the highway."I -Tampa Tribune. But there's the radium. A paper was also presentedby STATE CLAY PIGEON can be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
wish to assure you that no time wideness of the "C" between them.- Dr. O. M. Shere of Denver.A CONTEST lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.

will be lost by the Dixie Highway As Tarpon Springs Leader.AUTOMOBILE TENNIS TOURNAMENTGOLF Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
sociation," writesdJIr. Saxon. "We REAL NECESSITY TOURNAMENT cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
will begin work at once." I j OWNERS: you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
I 4 BANDS OF MUSIC 4
I Having accepted a ready made auto No individual with anything to sell'

BUYERS AND top cover proposition I am preparedto or trade can successfully find a buyeror
SELLERS offer 1. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
auto owners top covers made
., I buy, sell rent, and exchange real ready to put on at slaughter prices, trader without the aid of the Sen- EXCURSION RATES ON ALL I ,
& estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla. from $7.50 f. b. RAILROADS
up, o. factory. See tinel want ads. Remember that its
f over 30 years. Have handled over me before you lose this chance as it I Florida
23000000. Call and see me. will not last long. R. L. Holland. circulation represents five-sixths of -
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 6-23-12tc the Orlando community. I Kissimmee Board of Trade i 1- ---...

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; "No Nursery Tree is a First-ClassTree Unless Bud


; : ded from Bearing Trees of Known Quantity

.'-- 4 and Quality of Production.--O. W. Conner


.i. s x '?: *% The season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the least profitable to

: ;r 'rig Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years, and there have been many
: .. : ?. J F growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger.
; ., v This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseries
;
Ce rrte., :;. pedigreed trees been planted in these groves. The test groves of the Ocklawaha

,,j :; v Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an average
,* ''",3 of five years, from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four boxes .
; t* Y'' r F :f,,i% per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove, our

Lek 9 S Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old averaged $21.40 per tree, or sixteen .
% hundred dollars per acre.
,: 4. The planting of this grove was made from trees budded from the proper selections
# Lti ,y of budwood to give such results, and the trees we are selling from our stock today
uY tint are still better, because we have given the selection of our buds used in propogating -
:,', s,, tk T' 55 5 p- -- our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these specially -
i< 4 '1: good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in planting
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i 't :your grove.

t t i All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,

I _f_ and Prof Pomeroy, have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary groves
k i z planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebudded
: 7 from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the
; = t grower, when so treated.
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r If you can start right, don't you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY way, "

; p- ., is to use OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but, -
'L"' For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build
ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright, our
Y agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the
t ; trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction that
c es. ; ; it pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.

}- -p For Catalog, address OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, O. W. CONNER, Proprietor,

Tangerine, Florida. I
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Heavy producing trees of quality Fruit can be produced only from Ocklawaha
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G. G. Wright Agt. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bid
Order YOURS o.
Nurseries Pedigreed Trees. NOW. They are grown, not manufactured g. 1 I

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OF THE FLORIDA 637 STUDENTS AT PURDUE UNIVERSITY THOSE ACHES OF MINEA \ DAILY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING 4tttMtlMMtMitlillliilMIIMIMMMIIIMtlMMMH

STATE COLLEGE FOR EARNED $84,628IN
WOMEN ONE YEAR winning smile distorts my phiz, I: Attention Auto Owners!
e'en while the jumping rheumatizis If there is one great truth that i: : ij
scorching through bones forI
t. Lafayette, Ind.-PurCue University my ; ought to be burned into the memory
The catalogue of the Florida State discovered long it doesn't
ago pay
students earn approximately $85,000 ; of every merchant, it is this: PERSISTENCY I
College for Women whiich is now be- to voice one's woe, and fill the air
a year while attending college. This : IS THE CARDINAL I AUTO SERVICE STATION I
distributed that is of with groans. Not Spartan is this I
college
ing by I showing is revealed in the report I VIRTUE OF ADVERTISING.
soul of mine by nature I'm inclined -
interest not only to every citizen who made by the Purdue Y. M. C. A. after ; I "Persistency" runs into coin, and |
to whine, when I am sick or sore;
&u a daughter to send to college, I a thorough investigation and compilation my impulse is to tear my hair, to I the problem simmers down to this: j 11 E. CHUKCH STREET
but to one who takes pride in of statistics. The total sum How can you get your message your ,
every : shed the briny and to swear, and Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and OilCAR
the progress of his state educational earned represents money that students make myself a bore. Experience has j trademark, your package, your name, I
p institutions. The book gives the his- 'I earn during the hours they are j your price and your place of sale WASHED AND: POLISHED, $1.09
shown to me that if a man wants be-I
tory of the college and shows the sub- ::not in class or studying, and includes sympathy when he is out of luck.he'll fore the most people in the best Special Club Rate Tickets
stantial growth it has made since it that which they earn during their I kets and keep them there for the j
make the
scalding teardropscease Service Personal Attention
was founded. The list of the facultyand summer vacations.The longest time at the least cost? Here I Prompt i

other officers, exclusive of the figures show that the upper and a-rolling show some down signs his of frontispiece pluck.- are the center, core and heart of all j I Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold

state boards, comprises 48 names. classmen earn more than lower classmen advertising. Here is something j' i
And sympathy, friend, is sweet, D.
: V.
my Freeman
The plant as described consists of a probably because they are better when one has colic in his feet or amazingly simple concisely definite'J;; Phillips, Manager ;i;

campus of 103 acres, and seven build- acquainted with local conditions and gout all up his back; 'tis good to see and profoundly wise. Here is some- (
ings, including a new $30,000 dining able to take advantage of them. Dur- his friends come in and praise him thing that needs no charts or maps or IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIThe
ing the summer the students of the psychological pish-mince. Here is
room. Information is given also con- for his cheerful grin that does not
cerning the terms of admission to the university earned $58.844, this sum jump the track. The man who grins something that can be determined as
not including the freshmen class. absolutely as a carpenter can deter- '
college and the work of the various and bears his pain in course of time 14aiJet:
. department, viz., the graduate school, Each man earned an average of$138- will surely gain a fine and fair renown mine the length of a board by usinghis

college of arts and sciences, the nor- 30. During the school year of 1914- ; the story of his dauntless foot rule. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
, mal school, the college of art, expres- 1915 a total of 637 men, either self- front, when rheumatism did its stunt, So this is the proposition: Persistency .
sion, and music, as well as concerningthe supporting or partly self-supporting, will travel over town. The men will is best maintained in daily OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
work carried on throughout the earned $84,628. This meant an aver- papers because there you can reach FRESH AND SALT MEATS
say he is a jo because he faces pain
state by the extension division of the age of $132.80 a man. and woe with calm and steadfast eye; the people often and there you can Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Kverything .
home' economics department. Amongthe tell your story in as few or as many from the flies and rAM
and lovely dames will bring him jam screened away kept
HERE IS GOOD NEWS FROM THE words as may be required.UmbrtUas .
items of interact to those who expect -
and chicken broth and develied ham, and pore.
to go to college soon, are the POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENTListen and slabs of So selfishly
pumpkin pie. recovered and We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
repaired
calendar for the academic and
year I jog along and try to croak a
in the Meat Line
"
everything
the statement of expenses, which for to this! Love notes can now "while y*- wait, at Young's Repair
cheerful the
song, and stop flow of
regular students in the college and be sent along with parcel post pack- Shop 21 1*. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
normal school are kept within the I ages--candy boxes for instancewiththe brine; and as I hobble on my crutch, :H. jMC. Self 5fe <='<).
I say, "They don't amount to much,
modest sum of $128 for 35 weeks.I I payment for only the letters at these doggone aches of mine.WaltMason. for Satur- PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Not the least interesting part of the first class rates, in accordance with a Specials
. catalogue is the register which shows recent ruling of the postoffice depart- fl
that during the past year there were ment Washington which has been day and Monday I II
DAILY FORD
JOKEA
in attendance at the college, includ- transmitted to postmasters. I
ing summer terms 633 young women Heretofore the sender of sweet- woman was bragging to her I ---- J
from 49 Florida counties and 12 meats who wished to attach an affec- friend about the purchase her hus- I Dolly Varden Flour-

states. The catalogue shows clearly tionate note was forced to pay so band made of a new car, and she was 24 lb. sack __________$1.00

that young ladies of Florida who wishto much that it looked highly expensiveeven rubbing it in so as to make her real 12 lb. sack ___________50c

receive educational advantages of to ardent swains. To affix the jealous. Snow Hobby Flour EXCEPTIONAL OFFER .

the highest type and at the lowest notes made the entire package first "We have bought a four-cylinder 12 lb. sack ___________55c 'j
cost, can do so within the borders of class, not only as to its personal qual- Cantaloupe. It has jeweled mudguards 24 lb. sack __________$1.10
their own state. Young women who ity but as to its postal rating, but and painted just the color of Scratch Feed, Meal and
are thinking of attending college in now the heavy part will be carried at Fido." Grits, 9 lbs for _________25c

1915-1916 should write the president fourth class rates and the letters onlyas "Why, there is no such car as the Washing Powders, 5c. size Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne '

__________25c
4 of the college for a copy of this cat- first class. Cantaloupe!" 7 packages for

alogue.' Letters and parcels mailed togetherin "Well, don't you think I know what Kingan Breakfast Bacon, lb., 20c !with plenty of Foliage a

4 this manner according to the au kind of a car is out in the garbage? 8 Bars Lenox Soap for _____25c
thorities will reach the address Welch's Grape Juice, per
MARRIED IN DOME at It is a Cantaloupe." and Trees. ;
the same time, avoiding delays and "Oh, no," the friend continued."You bottle, quart 50c., pints __25c
# Tomato 25c. size bot 20c
embarrassments.-Miami Catsup,
Metropolis. "
Salem, Ore.-In the dome of Ore- mean a Cadillac. 1
Irish Potatoes, peck ____25c
gon's capitol, from which the farm of "I mean nothing of the kind-it isa per Price 2000.00 J
INCREASE IN Sweet Potatoes, peck __35c
OLEOMARGARINEFarm per Jj
the bridegroom in Polk county may Cantaloupe-a Rocky Ford! a
Pure Ground Coffee, pound18c j
be seen, Miss Violet Brown and Dan- (P. S.-Gilbert Leach and the
and Fireside says: "Nearly Fancy Peaches and Prunes j
iel N. Foster were married a few days Lakeland Telegram will take notice
5,000 tons of oleomargarine were pound 13c., 2 pounds ..25c
ago. Many weddings have been solemnized that this came from a Tampa com- per t

in the big state building, butt made November in Chicago, 1914. ole This factories is a ten during per mercial drummer.-Clearwater Sun. Honest Weights and Measures I i C. A. HOVEYMlliMtMIIMMiilOII Ia j I
this was the first at the top of the
cent increase over a -
year ago. ---- I
great brass canopy above the corri- Hair Growing Shampoo, and Dandruff -
dors of the structure. Cure-a thoroughly tested and I
Bring your picnic; supper out to reliable remedy. Sure cure for falling Cash Grocery Co "J
I|Rossmore Inn and enjoy a moonlight : hair and dandruff. For sale at
4 Get the news In the Sentinel fast.I.ride on Lake Butler. 6-20-3t McElroy's Drug Store. 6-23-6tc Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. 1i;i:
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i How to Secure TheseMedallions 12 lb. Sack of Best Pillsbury Flour
j Saturday Night Special. t
. Free Men's Straw Hats, All new styles, worth

up $3.00, Saturday Night Special 55 cents f
, When you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you can secure Medallion Ticket
J from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket wIth Sales-check Medallion Department, on Main Floor, $1.50 I
i where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your purchases amount to $10.00 bring in 24 lb. Sack of Best Pillsbury Flour
i your ticket: with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together with <* Saturday Night Special, limit of one

. your original picture unharmed. Ladies* Black Hose, Pure Thread Silk, sack to a customer.
i Columbia Medallians are made in three shIes, and each style in gloss or dull finish. I
1 $1.00 quality, Saturday Night Special $1.10

t : Water Color' !! 79 cents .
1 Carbon i Sepia I i ij
j This style produces with I These $5.00Columbia Rear Bargain Table, Lawn, Gingham, i
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- tiful soft tone and deco : brown color so much loved and eyes! :as, color well as of those hair I Medallionsare Water, Soap and.TOIlet Cream, Satgood bargains worth up to 35c., Saturday 1

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and shadows to perfection. tone of an etching. painted, each color burnt I of illustration. 15 cents 10 cents !
i in, a charge of 25c. is j t tmade.
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non-corrosive metal specially prepared. The portrait is burnt in, same as on porcelain, and covered with heavy
S celluloid making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled, thus preserving :
i forever the features of those you love. You cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a fine Yowell-Buckwortfa Go.Orlando's '
f porcelain hand painting. They are North $5.00; each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute Fac-Sim- R
ilie of the Photograph Furnished. They are elegant, dainty and artistic and make a beautiful ornament for
the home, whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed not
here set forth, will be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Price I Largest Store Quality Did It'
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THE DAILY I CATTLE SHOULD NOT SIDELIGHTSBy P ,


South Florida Sentinel! RULE A concrete TIlE HIGHWAYS.example of how cattle 11;. S. Branch I Orlando Life In II'

MORNING AND WEEKLY I menace travelers on the highwayswas ParagraphCEMENT : t

*. ::. GLENN .,-.....Editor I shown Thursday in the news Neutral
W. C. ESSINGTON .,.'".Bu.in m. Manager
from Jacksonville of a man and his Malcolm Wade says he is no longer
RISES Hot
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida wife who were thrown from an auto- neutral. He has received word thatin I I -- _
as Second Class Mail Matter. I Work on the county paving is being
mobile, both sustaining serious injury.In a recent raid of a Zeppelin over
clayed on account of cement
SUBSCRIPTION RATES attempting to pass a cow which London a shell' was dropped and exploded -
Dan 1 Year $5.00 street to where his age. Contractor Hamilton short-I
6 Months 2.60 was on the road the driver turned his on the next
Daily some time back placed an
Months 1.25 it and sisters live. Two I
Dai1 S machine and in the darkness parents or
Daily Month ..5 0 0,000 barrels of cement.
:. swerved into a tree, overturning the three persons were killed by the mis-
Weekly. 1 Year $1.00 to sile.Ir.. Wade threatens to over price of cement has risen 15 cents per :
machine throwing the occupants go
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS: PAYABLE IN barrel, and it is thought probable We .ther Brevities
ADVANCETO the ground and completely demolishing there and annihilate the whole Ger-
that the contracting firm is holdingup : !
-- ------ the automobile. It was a wonder man army all by himself.
ADVERTISERS: shipments on the lower priced lots I
that both were not killed. -
in order to fill their later orders at I
and all other hand-set
...Copy. for cwt display be ....d.... in at the kaMnn* The injured man was returning to Mustache
.e..ti D* the increased rate. The increase
*ffiee of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Jacksonville during the evening. Charles Rock has shaved off his in I .,.,.., :........:.- ... -
price seems small, at first glance, but
the day before publication. This rule applies ----
Suddenly he came upon several cows mustache that he has worn ever since
to chances for contract adrertisiin: it i*
on a 10,000 barrel order it would
._, Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. on the highway. He succeeded in Orlando was a kid. lie may be trying -
amount to $1,500. Work on the Ki*--
and ahead he to his youth or he be..
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dftron-!! passing the first cow, renew may simmee road is ORSATURDAY
favora'ly
tined should notify the office: in writing on saw another. In trying to avoid collision disguising himself so that Emperor progressing
the date of expiration otherwise it will be and in all probability this highway
continued at the regular subscription rate with the roving bovine the Franz Joseph will not be taking him ..
until notice to stop is received. driver turned his car slightly! he ran back to serve in the army of his native will be completely paved: by AuLUs
Telephone N.....-r Z& 1st.
into the sand, he was unable to regain country. The present aged ruler

SATURDAY JUNE 26, 1915.: the roadway, his car skidded of Austria-Hungary was proclaimed -
NEW IMPROVEMENT BUYERS[
into a tree, and the result was nearly emperor before Mr. Rock was born.Marriage I
The Misses Holden who for
,
years
What d'ye mean "Dark ages- fatal. The car was destroyed by fire -- -
have operated a boarding house in
Boston Transcript. following an explosion due to the impact -
the building south of the Arcade, are
-o- > against the tree. Miss Okle Painter is to marry a
making a large addition to their
Now is a good time to cut the Cattle are a menace to travelersand prominent Jacksonville attorney next
building in order to take care of the
weeds and swat the fly. the public. They should not be week provided the parties, "showers"and increasing patronage. The additionis READ THESE SPECIALS BEFORE DOING YOUR
o allowed the freedom of the highways. entertainments in her honor stop
three stories in height, two stories
It isn't the initial cost of a war- They should be kept within bounds. long enough to have the ceremony
being concrete, and the remaining
it's the upkeep.-New York Tribune. Cattle swarm not only on highways performed. Miss Painter is evidentlyvery SATURDAY SHOPPING
story frame, and will be covered with
o but on railroad right of ways. They popular in Jacksonville, even if
metal roofingThis large addition
Indications are that Mr. William R. cause railroad accidents. Not many she has given her time to attendingto -
will more than double the capacity of -P: i -a
Hearst doesn't own a single ranch inIc weeks ago an A. C. L, train was derailed her father's business instead of ,
house and will the
the permit proprietors -
Germany.-Boston Transcript.One at DeLand when the prow ofan wearing out her power on bridge and
to largely increase their patron-
0 engine struck a cow, threw it five hundred.

has to keep in mind the prac- against a semaphore, and turned the -- age during the winter months. The APRON GINGHAMS
genialIr.. "Bob" Logan is the
Ic tically inexhaustible territory Russia switch, the train running off the rails Coffin Nails ; contractor -
in charge of the work.
has to fall back .-Washington and injuring many passengers. Derailment The physician to the king of Italy -- The regular 8c. quality, in all sized checkings, of
Post. caused by mules, cows and reports that he will surely live because -
SPECIAL ELECTION SET FOR black and white, blue and white, brown and white,
o cattle is frequent. How long must after an operation for pleurisyhe

A glance at the pictures of bathing this condition endure? How long will sat up and smoked a cigarette.The JULY 28 red and white.Saturday.
An election will be called by the
costumes indicates that they are ad- the public countenance this evil? fact that he began on "coffin
city Wednesday, July 28, under for 59c.
". mirably adapted for their purpose. of Florida is a civilized and enlightened nails" as soon as he regained consciousness 10 yards
the provisions of an act entitled "An
decorating the shore. commonwealth. The day has would indicate that he is :
act to authorize the of Orlandoto
city
f o disappeared when cattle should rule more intent on dying than on living.
levy a special tax for publicity
What broke Constantinople up so the highways, worry the traveler -- -
AND COLORED
PLAIN
If the act is ratified by -
completely was the fact that the 13- menace lives and wreck property. Its Lines purposes.
the people the levy will not exceedone bIn
000 wounded sent back wern't Arme- high time that this condition were "Waist Lines Return to Their Nor- VOILES
mill the dollar and
I on perhaps not
nians.Washington Post. remedied.In .
mal Place" fashion headline.
says a
that much. From real and personal
o the course of the story the Jack- This to be the
ought to
good news all the and dainty effects remarkably
automobiles in property levy at least $5,000 will be new so
There sonville
are 1,500,000 Metropolis remarks: short with tall
use in the United States, and one- "It seems that when he and his heart, young but is man rather discouraging a sweet-to secured for advertising and publicity fashionable this season, plain white included, regu-

half of them are owned by farmers. wife went down to the beach there the elongated beau with a "shorty"for purposes. lar 25c. and 35c. yard.

Why not become a farmer? was no evidence of cows, and that his best girL -- --

o when returning the animals appeared WORK STARTS Saturday 19c.
-- The work of excavation for the big
Put the old fashioned roses of a suddenly. Mr. Birrell says that the Insane
hundred leaves in your bureau draw- light of the fire and the lights on the two; story warehouse which the Dick-
Insane patients at the hospital at son-Ives company is to build at the
if would
ers and boxes milady you machine attracted about a dozen
San Bernardino, CaL are to be taughtthe corner of Pine street and Gertrude
keep the breath of summer with.you cows, which showed that the animalswere 2000 YDS. FANCY LAWNS
game of baseball as an antidoteto
the whole year round. allowed to roam at will along (Continued on page 5)
their malady. We have heard lots
0 the beach road. AND BATISTES
of sweet things they
young say were .
What will become of the
horsefly "There have already been a numberof TIlE PRESS
"just crazy about baseball and the
when everybody owns an auto? asks complaints made by autoists about California physicians are probably OX BRYAN. A grand asortment to select from, including all
one editor and the Toledo Blade says the cows which greatly endanger the But just suppose he had been pres-
working on the old principle of "Simi- the latest combination effects so popular this season.
"he ought to know that a horseflyhas motor parties at night, as they appear ident.-Charleston News and Courier.
lia Similibus Curanter.
no objection to eating a cow." suddenly in the light, and fre- We know of one kind of tented field Regular 12i%c. and 15c. valuesSaturdays
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o quently accidents are narrowly avoided. Microbes Mr. Bryan isn't so averse to.Columbia -
Orange county will have a tremen- ." State. .

dous crop of corn and potatoes and This would indicate that motoristsin Scientists tell us that microbes are Anyhow the state department'sloss

bids fair to have a bountiful harvestof North Florida are as worried as no new thing in fact they have existed is the Chautauqua circuit's gain.

almost everything in the fruit and autoists in Central Florida. The same for twenty million years. Come -Kansas City Star.

vegetable line, except a short orange condition exists over the entire state. to think of it we remember to have Most of the papers seem to think NOTIONS

crop. In certain sections it is worse than in heard of some of the pesky things being that Mr. Bryan is a very fine public

--0- other sections, depending entirely in the neighborhood where we speaker.-Ohio State Journal. 3 cards SNAPS, all sizes, black and white

The people' who make fun of the upon the extent of the cattle indus- lived in the year 20,008,185 B. C. The Tennessee Congressman who ..

music played by the country band are try. But the same cure for the evil telegraphed the president, "The people for lOc.

quite frequently the same ones who would remedy like conditions in all THE CAPTUREOF are with you and they never resign -

depress the value of real estate in parts of Florida. The elimination of LEMBERG. ," takes the prize. His name is 3 cards SAFETY PINS, assorted sizes

their neighborhood by the persistenceof roaming cattle would be a step to- New York World: To the Russians Sims.-Springfield Republican.Mr. .

their piano and vocal exercises. wards progress. the capture of Lemberg on September Bryan gave up being secretaryof for lOc.

o I Northerners motoring through Florida 3, 1914, was an easy triumph.The state to become secretary of state-

HAS LORD KITCHENER when the hundreds of miles of recapture of the Galician capital ments. New York Morning Tele- 3 packets English and Domestic Hairpins

FOOLED TilE WORLD? paving are finished will be struck after nine and a half months of Rus- graph.

If we can believe an article in the dumb with surprise to see such a condition sian occupation is a far greater tri- Would Mr. Bryan have consented to for lOc.

current issue of the American Maga- as this existing in a state which umph for the Austro-German armies.It submit his differences with the presi-

zine Great Britain's shortage of hey believed' to be highly progressive. is only a few weeks since the Rus- dent to a commission of arbitration?

troops, the dire necessity of conscription I t would not look well for Florida to sians swept into Hungary through the -Philadelphia North American.Is I

the unpatriotism of the English have a number of motorists from other passes of the Carpathians. In the it possible, after all, that grape- I A Millinery Sensation I

people and the failure of her peopleto states killed in accidents which great drive under Mackensen they juice is intoxicating-Kansas City

respond to the call for recruits is could be avoided by the passage of a have been forced back after suffer- Star. t

a BLUFF.In strict law against roving cattle. ing terrific losses, have lost Przemysl, The rumor that The Commoner and

other words Lord Kitchener has Xot only are cattle a menace to have yielded Lemberg, and from pres- The Fatherland are to be merged is Not very many left now, either trimmed or untrim-

quietly rounded into shape an army travelers but they are a menace to ent indications may soon be expected baseless.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat. med.Priced.

of 4,000,000 men. He has outwitted any or all schemes of beautificationwhich to abandon their last foothold in Aus- o

t and outguessed the German spies by may be planned for the im- trian territory. In the succession of ORLANDO ISINCOMPARABLE. on Saturday for Absolute

b his complete domination of the Brit- provement of the public highways in disasters recently heaped upon them .

ish press and the censorship of ac- Florida. A property owner or a ten- they have surrendered practically al A well known traveler whose jour- ClearanceMEN'S

curate news regarding recruiting and ant will take no steps towards plant- the advantages gained since the be- neys take him during the course ofa

actual conditions in England. I: ing trees, flowers and shrubs along ginning of the war. year to nearly every city in the

From dispatches to America one the bricked highways when roving Still, in its main purpose the pur- Southern States was in Orlando this

would infer that Great Britain was cattle destroy delicate and pretty suit of the Teuton allies falls shortof week and expressed enthusiastic surprise UNDERWEARMen's

in a desperate condition-no troops, plants set out at the expense of con- full success. Time after time the after his first automobile ride

t no spirit, no unity; ; nothing but dissension siderable labor and patience. Russians have been badly beaten, but over the city. Nainsook Underwear, Shirts and Drawers "

disorder and chaos. This is o their army has not been destroyed "I have leen coming to Orlando regular 50c. garment.

all a dream, a monster bluff perpe- HAVE SUGGESTED I I In leaving Lemberg to the enemy, regularly for the past twenty years,"

trated by Lord Kitchener to fool the "GREE WOOD" AS NAME.Messrs. they saved themselves from being en- he said, "but never before in my ve::- Saturday 37 1-2c. each 2 for 75c.

Germans.The C. A. Boone and S. A. Rob- veloped. By refusing to fight a cllecticn: did I ever get any farther ,

article describes how trans- inson, two of Orlando's oldest citi- pitched battle for the possession of an north than Oak street or east than Men's Nainsook Union Suits. Regular $1.00 value

ports after transports were loaded zens, have suggested the name Austrian city, they have robbed the I the court hcn .

with troops and ferreted into France "Greenwood" as being a most suitable victors of the best fruits of victory.I "I am amazed beyond words. I Saturday 75c.OicksonIves.

from several different points. So one for Orlando's cemetery. Com- If they had persisted in standing their drove around Lucerne Circle, Orange

f quietly and so surely did recruits offer I missioner Robertson thinks the name ground at all cost, beyond a doubt avenue Lakes Eola and Cherokee,

their services that the stations. very appropriate and unless some they would have been overwhelmed.Last and I just can't express my infatua-

; were unable to care for them or to very serious objections are raised the year, at Lodz, the Russians tion for the place."I .

t even feed them. cemetery will probably be known in appeared to be on the verge of anni- certainly expect to buy a home I

\ / Lord Kitchner declares that his success the future by that name. hilation at the hands of the Germans. here, so that when I leave the road I

in organizing and equipping an o In the battle of the Mazurian lakes, can enjoy life with my family. Or- I Co

army of 4,000,000 was due to adver HINTS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS Hindenburg crushed them. Yet both lando has a residence district that is I

tising. Posters, placards and the of these German triumphs in the long incomparable in beauty and varietyof .

: press brought millions to the colors. (From Chicago Herald) run proved to be only local victories. architectural and landscape de

i So carefully veiled were the newspaper In case you have guests and they It may prove so again, however seri- sign."

I" articles that the general idea engage in a heated political controversy ous the present situation looks for This tribute is not uncommon here

r- gained credence that Kitchener's army start up the phonograph. the Russians. It is no part of their but nevertheless it is appreciated at .DEPARTMENT STORE.

was a dream. Burning a large onion on a red hot generalship to shrink from retreat for its full value. ... ...

Now that a writer of good repute shovel will do away with the odor of sentimental reasons; and to over- 0 ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

..' has assured us that Great Britain has tobacco in your drawing room. power Russia its armies must bewiped The recent warm spell has greatly
The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
an army of millions, some at the Don't throw your coffee grounds out or scattered to the winds increased the popularity of the excel-

front and others ready to depart, we away. Dry them and keep them for a task yet to be done. lent bathing in the nearby lakes and tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

may look forward to even greater the use of borrowing neighbors. o at Wekiwa Springs. Every afternoon chandise, at right pricest

battles between the Anglo-Saxons and Letting the children run barefoot in Why worry? Tom Marshall has many people are seen driving out to 1 1a

the Germans in an effort to crush the summer will save money in shoes but not resigned the vice-presidency.- the Springs and lakes to indulge in (' i iJ1

Prussian military spirit. it makes the soap bill larger. Chicago Daily News. this delightful pastime. ii i


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FLAG TOURNAMENTAT Lott, Mrs. Beggs, Mrs. Peebles Mrs. Admission 5 Centliw..IIIIIIII&IJI.III.IIIII 11 .4 lY.a \.:-,"''-i r II .
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Club has'made ararngements to hold Mrs Musselwhite Mr. Blythe TODAY'S PROGRAM \ V .. '
,an all day flag tournament, for the Watson. Mrs. E. W. Lott made the Princess. "When Fate Rebelled." I !
golfers, which will not only be unique high score and was rewarded witha Reliance. "They Never Knew."

but interesting to the players.; lovely cluster of roses. Every one A Big Broadway Star Special Keystone: Comedy. "Fatty's Reck-
Such a tournament is sometimes voted it a most enjoyable afternoon. i less Fling.
: Feature"UNDERNEATH Majestic. "A Lesson in Mechanics. -
designated as a "tombstone" tournament -- ."

and will prove interesting to SOCIETY NOTES THE PAINT" Five cents to all. I
those who do not indulge in the game, OF INTEREST.Miss .
from the All Howard Featuring Helen Gardner and
spectators' standpoint. Mary on Thursday bile recently belonging to Mr. Bar- o
members of the club are invited to afternoon most charmingly enter- fined him $75
other Vitagraph Stars. tholomew. The judge I
come out and bring their picnic baskets tained.it bridge. There were twenty- and costs. ENGAGEMENT RINGS AND OTHER THINGSWe

well filled, and spend the day. I four guests present. The tables were An exceptional production in
--0-- specialize in rings. We also
engagement make
On account of the W. O. W. celebration '! I grouped on the lawn. Mrs. Eston SHORTAGE a featureof
for the of 5th the Shine sister of Miss\ CEMENT wedding rings. As this is the season for holiday jewelry,
night July a Howard as-
THREE BIG been
ACTS The work of paving has tem-
selections because
thoughtful making early
management of the Country Club has I sisted in the serving High score was porarily delayed on account of the people are first choiceis

deferred the entertainment which had made by Miss Margaret Hart, the shortage of cement for making the
\>een planned for that night and this prize being a dainty book, "The-Twen- concrete curbings. A shipment of cement best.ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
will be held at a later date. ty-fourth of June." ,
has been on the way for eight
"THE ESCAPE ON THE FAST
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The
tournament committee will
select d
days, but from some cause its arrivalwas ::: ___i .
AGOING
three : &
appropriate prizes for that Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hanner gave a FREIGHT"A delayed and it did not arrive un
day's play and it is hoped that a full small party yesterday afternoon in yesterday..
representation of the club member honor of their little daughter, Louise Kalem Drama featuring Hel-
-0- TO DO A LITTLE DECOR
ship will be present to enjoy the day's and William Edwards who is visiting en Holmes. SIX WATER HYDRANTS FOR ., ATING
sport. them from Dawson, Ga. The
party "
FIRE I'ROTECTIONCommissioner on the "Fourth? If so, get your
-- lasted from three to five o'clock.I Robertson was instructed paints and brushes from us. This is
LADIES PLAN Many indoor and outdoor games were I to order six additional water also the best time of ;year to paint
WESTERN TRIP. played. A of fruit ice your house. We shield all our cus-
: course cream i
hydrants for additional fire protection tomers against inferior paints and
AN EXCEPTIONAL SHOW
On Miss Ger- and cake
Saturday July 10th served.
was at the meeting of the city coun- have been doing it for years. What'sthe
,trude Else Miss Mattie Young of -- cil yesterday. j jJ Ir size of your house? Guess it
Orlando; Miss Nannie Harris and Mrs. S. A. Platt and grandson Mr. -0- v I' won't take much.

Miss Kathleen Hill of Winter Park, Platt Spence arrived in Orlando yesterday LAKE CHEROKEE
and Miss Annie M. Davis of Bartow afternoon over the Atlantic 5 cents 10 cents I /
Lake Cherokee park is being Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
will leave on a summer trip, the itin Coast Line and are the guests of Mrs. _
cleaned Street Superintendent
erary of which sounds very tempting. Platt's brother, Mr. Benjamin Drew, up. 1 1'IJNI 205 S. Orange Avenue?
Bennett has a man at work clearingoff ),I )
The party will take the Clyde Line at his home on East Central avenue.
the weeds and making this, one of
boat at Sanford for a sail down the Phone 261
MONDAY: The Funniest one of the most attractive parks in the city, COLEMAN & RHAN
picturesque St. Johns river to Jack Master William Edwards who has more presentable. ..
sonville. At Chicago they plan to been visiting his uncle Mr. T. H. them all, Charles Chaplin in ;
-0- tracks. The street has riot yet been There will be preaching at Conway
spend a day or two. Pickett, for the two weeks
past left "HIS NIGHT OUT"A A FILL opened but will probably soon be July 4, at 11 o'clock in the morning,
They will visit the Grand Canyon, last night on the midnight train for
for traffic. with dinner at 12 o'clock.
Mr. S. E. Ives has a force of men ready
San Diego and Los Angeles, California his home in Dawson, Ga. Two Reel Screaming
Comedy. Also a fourth of July oration at
and historic points in the Yosemite and teams at work making a "fill"on
the south end of his residence lot NEW WATER MAIN 2:30 in the afternoon.
Valley, San ORLANDO
reaching Francisco LIFE IN PARAGRAPH
4 and the immense Panama-Pacific on Gore avenue. The "fill" will be The Orlando Water and Light com- Everybody come, and bring your
position about which ex 5 cents 10 cents several feet deep and will make quitean pany is putting down a new water dinner. If there was ever a time v
July 24th is the (Continued from
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r __ improvement. main on South Hughey street, be- when we ought to show our patriotism V i<
magnet of the whole
trip. avenue, was begun Thursday. Con- _.
-- tween Irvine and America streets.CONCRETE and thankfulness for peace and
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Returning the party will stop at tractor Frank Hyers is in charge of -
all interesting points usually visited the work, a fact which guaranteesthat WILL ESTABLISH WEST AMELIA prosperity in our nation it should be

by the best American trotters, which it will be pushed to completionas AVENUE LINE FACING at this time.

includes Yellowstone Park, Salt Lake swiftly as possible. ROOf GARDEN[ Engineer G. R. Ramsey will estab- Street Superintendent Bennett yesterday -

City, Colorado Springs Denver and -o- lish the property line on West Ame- afternoon placed a concrete DoctorsBuckiuaster
other interesting places. They will A PROPHECYEver lia avenue and the property owners facing at the end of the brick pavingon

make twenty stops in all' and intend see the view from East Cen- TODAY may then place their fences in posi- Straley avenue. & BnindagcOSTEpPATHS

returning home about the middle of tral avenue, southeast? From this tion. -

August. point one can see across a slight de- GAS MAINA 1 1Personal
instruction under Dr.
Still
pression, and to the hills beyond Lake AMERICA STREET PAVINGThe gas main is being laid on Irvine Kifksville, }.!o. J

MONDAY% Hardeman. It is one of the best views paving on America street has street from South Orange avenue to 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples 3

t,CIVIC LEAGUE DAY. obtainable in Orlando. A few years rp..xgDSBLACK L _been finished as far as the A. C. L. South Hughey street. National Bank. Phone 578. *
Monday being Civic League day from now those hills will be covered .
the members are reminded of the ad- with the best residential section of -- -
monition of the president to keep the future Orlando.

their calendars clear on that day so -- BOX NO. 11
that nothiag may interfere with their ANNUAL CAMP MEETING FOR* FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
The finest serial picture ever
attendance of the league. The meet- ORLANDOAt

ing will be held in the Sorosis Club the city council meeting yester shown. The Desert Vengeance. Established 1886
room at 3:30. day the city granted the request of

-- the Seventh Day Adventist church to

THE EOLA CLUBENTERTAINED. furnish water and light during the "THE FORCE OF EXAMPLE"A

annual camp meeting of that church
The Eola Club was most charmingly which will be held in Orlando this Thrilling Drama. Ben Wilson -CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE j

entertained by Mrs. B. J. Lord at year. and Dorothy Phillips.
her hospitable home on High street -0TEJIPORARY -

Friday afternoon. After a most en- USE-$75; AND LOANS
tertaining series of "five hundred" COSTSJ.
Alexander the Great, the Fa-
hands the hostess served a delicious N. Chase, 20 years old, pleaded

cream course with bon bons. Those guilty yesterday before Judge War- mous Monkey Comedian in REAL ESTATE RENTALS
who were so fortunate as to be Mrs low to the temporary use of propertyof
Lord's guests were Mrs. Dr. Pillans I another. He borrowed an automo- a novel and uproarous laughfest,

Mrs S. R. Hudson :Miss Hudson Mrs (Continued in fourth column) "SHOULD WE EAT PIE"

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Beautiful Teeth, and Hair


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; Take Care of Your Teeth TO YOUR STORE

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i You use them often.

' Besides bad teeth lead to many nervous disorders

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I aids digestion. Its a joy to yourself.
I We are sole agents in this community for the CHOCOLATE
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"guaranteed, 25c. VANILLA
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i We have the best line of Brushes, Paste, Powders

and 1Vashes.t JOS. L. GUERNSEY'S

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PINE CASTLE ITEMS ORLANDO PEOPLE DO NOT $20,000,000 DAMAGE DONE WHILE .ANOTHER WAY TO KILL RATS.In .

HAVE TO GO TO MOUNTAINSTO :MOB RULED MOSCOW

Pine Castle, Fla, June 24. Misses BE HAPPY the current issue of Farm and After Good
Stella Harris and Beulah Hansel returned Petrograd.-:Moscow suffered dam- Fireside appears a department called

Wednesday morning from a (By W. S. Branch, in Jacksonville age to the amount of $20,000,000 dur- the Headwork Shop, in which con- '--- i Feed?
visit relatives at Kissimmee.Mrs. ,
among Times-Union) ing the recent anti-German demon- tributors give each other practical
W. G. Wynn, of Homestead, We reckon he is.
strations, in which nearly 500 stores suggestions which they have developed -
with her young son, Master Roy Bal-
lard Wynn, arrived Saturday for a Orlando people are rapidly discov- and factories and more than 200 pri- out of their experience as farmers. ARE YOU ?

visit with her mother, Mrs. Edna Sul- ering the fact that they do not haveto vate lodgings were wrecked. One contributor tells as follows howto Come to us and ob'-lin

livan. go to the mountains of North Car- From music stores, pianos and other kill rats: i the BEST at ordhAry

:Miss:' Bertha Sullivan, of the Mc- olina nor even to Pablo or Daytona musical instruments were hurled "Boil concentrated lye in a small prices. Fresh Feeds arriving

Ewan sanitarium, Orlando, is enjoy- Beach to be comfortable in summer into the streets, until the piles of amount of water till it forms a thick C Dail '.

., ing her vacation at her home here. time. wreckage made progress through paste. Then take a bacon rind, tackto Ti: p sp

Representative S. S. Griffin and In cost proximity to the city there these thoroughfares impossible. The a wide board, and around the bacon ::: '' ; "Live and Let Live."

family, Mr. and Mrs. Vick and daughter are several large lakes and even, inside rind spread the Ije. Place the

were guests Sunday of Mr. and the city limits there are not less rioters, heated with liquor which they : board so rate can easily find it. In ,: The Co-Operative Produce Co.
found in the demolished wine stores,
Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy.Dr. than fifteen lakes that send off the attempting to get the rind the rats J

and Mrs. Geo. T. Bennett left cooling breezes all day and all night. became reckless, setting fire to and get the lye on their feet. The lye'!'' W. S. DeWITT M'E'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
destroying many stores and apart- will them and will lick it'
For the two or three sting they
by auto Monday for the East Coast, past years which i
ments the owners of were Rus- off and die from its effects. I have
cottages have been built on the i
to be gone ten or a possible fourteen many I
shores of Lake Conway and Lake sians. used this method most successfuly." 4
Of the buildings destroyed only 113
days.Miss i
of and
Gatlin southwest town many
Frances May left Tuesda'ymorning other business men have purchasedlots belonged to AustroGermans.The WAGNER'S 100th HOMER I IPittsburgh.The
for visits at several Northern demonstrations, beginning ear-
points, terminating at Chicago.Mr. or acre property on these and ly June 9, lasted more than twenty- home made 4
other lakes and will build bungalowsand run
Fred Hansel, of Kissimmee,has DISCOUNTONFURNITURETo
four hours. The fire department foundit "Hans" the
cottages for summer use. In by Wagner, PittsburghNatioials'
been a recent visitor here. impossible to with the flames,
this way the busy business men can cope veteran short stop, in the r
4+ Mrs. E. D. M. Perkins enjoyed a
so extensive were the conflagrations.
second of the thirteen
have the quiet and coolness of the inning inning
short visit last week with friends at
Ocoee and Winter Garden. Mr. Per- lake breezes through part of the day FRANCE MAY CALL FAT MEN TO contest with Philadelphia at Forbes reduce our stock as much as

and the night and with his car he is COLORS AS AUXILIARIES Field Monday, June 21, was the one
kins motored over Sunday and Mrs. much as possible by the 15th will
"" within fifteen minutes to a half hour's hundredth of his career. It also ,
Perkins returned with him.
ride of his office or store. One of the brought his total number of hits to
:Many from here attended the union Paris.-The "Cent Kilos, the 220- give a
Sunday school picnic from Orlando to pleasantest of these cottages is Camp pound men who heretotore have been 3,131.Wagner
Lake It' made his first home run in
Bee-gi-woo-che, on Conway. Discount of 25 Per Centoff
Daytona Thursday, some going on the exempted from military duty, are
bears a rather formidable looking In- the major leagues while with Louisville ; -
train, but quite a number going over likely to be called upon for service in
dian name at first glance, but in real- of the National League, in 1S9';. our regular cash price on
in their autos. the auxiliary corps. The chamber is any
Mr. C. F. Crittenden is enlarging' ity it is a coined name made up from. discussing a law to revise all exemp- I goods in store.Hammond
those of the owners of the place, OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPINGToday's .
work is looked
his house. The being tions in order to increase the effect-

after by Messrs. Gus and Chas. Knud- Messrs. Beeman, Giles, Woodruff and iveness of the army at the front. Sentinel is replete with the I -- -- -- -
Cheney. The proprietors it
occupy The 220-pound men are not c nsid- advertisements of most of the
son.Merry only portions of the time and mer
during
parties of campers are now ered apt for service in the zone of op- chants of Orlando, and there are some Gore
the interim their
parties of friends
the shores of North Lake
making erations, but it is maintained that rare shopping opportunities containedin
Conway re-echo to ringing laughterand frequently use it for week-end par- they are perfectly capable of guarding these- advertisements which
Moon- ties, picnics, etc. Mr. Gray Rush, care- r FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
floating? boating songs. lines of communication and doing ful and
discriminating will
Carl Dann Dr. Hal Beardall Dr. I buyers
Mc- I
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light is just now adding to the attraction other duty in the auxiliary depart- '
readily Read all the adVertisements Ave. and Church St. Orlando
of and mir- Ewan, Dr. Edwards, Dr. Howell, J. P. grasp. Orange Fla.
nights
summer ment that would relieve men capableof carefully.
Holbrook, C. P. Dow, E. G. Duck-
rored in placid waters, the scenes are active service.
those that you read about. Nature's worth, Dr. Estes, S. A. Johnson, andE. .
Montreat
among the big mountains
great gift to Florida is the beautiful G. Hauselt are among those who SAVE THAT GOPHER of North Carolina, is unique. Private I
lakes and to be have built or will soon build cottages Want Ads Get Results
they seem fully appreciated i family has high class accommodations I I Sentinel
and summer homes along the lake
,. in this vicinity. Minnewaukan, N. .-Indians of for a few desirable adult guests. :!
Rev. King Jones, the regular Meth- shores. While the lakes are only a.I the Fort Totten Reservation have a Large, comfortable new house; running I tI
odist minister to this place, assisted few miles in extent the difference in .
real grievance against the
govern- water in each room; sleeping
by Rev. S. I. Hendrix of Crescent 'temperature between the lak shore I
I ment. The cause for the complaint is porches; unexcelled' home cooking. .
City, on Monday night began a seriesof and many of the homes in town is ;'that the federal authorities are interfering Particulars, address "Birdwood," Box I CAREY HAND

meetings in Union Chapel which easily discernible. ,' with their supply' of fresh 27, Montreal, N. C. 516S10tI I
| Work is already being done to con- [
will be continued indefinitely. Theyare 1 .meat. Several weeks ago a force of
well attended and the earnest delivery nect the waters of several of the j|nine men came to the reservation under Get the news In the Sentinel first.
of Rev. Hendrix is receivingthe small lakes and it will soon be possible orders from the interior depart- FUNERAL DIRECTOR
to take a boat ride of fifteen or I
earnest attention of his audiences. I
ment to wage a campaign against the
The choir of young people aid mate- ';;twenty miles without going over the gophers. The older Indians, who have Mrs. Mary A. Cox. AND EMBALMERAll
- same route twice. ,
rially in the
meetings. for ;years considered the gophers as
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Ley, of Orlando, I one of their chief sources of meat ANNOUNCESJust I

attended the meeting Tuesday even- i LANSING _APPOINTMENTI supply, registered vigorous com- i calls answered Promptly Day
ing. We were very glad to have them Ii plaints. received from New York

with us."PRESS. I I Washington, D. C.-Robert Lansing,I NEWEST AND PRETTIEST or Night. Hand Block.

i(Counsellor and acting secretary of I YOU WILL BE A LONG TIME LADIES' NECKWEAR I

GANG" PRAISES CITRUS !state, appointed Wednesday, June 23, I DEAD. Get some comfort out of Orlando
EXCHANGEWest j I by President Wilson to succeed Wile i life while you are living. An easy SHIRT WAISTS I Florida.

liam J. Bryan as a permanent holderof I porch swing will do it. $2.50 at ART EMBROIDERY
Palm Beach.-Unqualified en- ( the office he has been filling tem- I Tracy & Moore's. 18 East Church St. I PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457

dorsement was given the Florida Cit- 1 porarily. G-25-ot-; .
GLENDALE APARTMENTS
rus Exchange in its work of improv- ) The new secretary of state, who
ing citrus growing and marketing j would become president in the event An ad. in the Morning Sentinel: is a 501 West Street

conditions by the Florida East Coast i of the deaths of President Wilson and safe investment. Orlando, Florida

Press Association at its conventionhere Vice-President Marshall, will start his

Tuesday. The spirit of co-op- career as a cabinet officer with many
eration and the methods of organization friends and few enemies in the gov FORAGE GROCERY CO. The Orlando Meat MarketT.2A.

were highly praised. A special ernment. He is a Democrat, but lit-

committee, consisting of William tle of a partisan, and it is known his I YANCY, Manager

Traer, Oscar Conlding, Chris O. Cod- appointment will please Republicans.Mr. for Saturdayand ..
rington and Arthur Green, was appointed Lansing was born in Water- Specials Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

" to draft a suitable resolution, town, N. Y., October 17, 1864. His
which was unanimously passed. father was a lawyer of prominence MondayThe Florida and Western Meats

The resolution follows: I and his ancestor, John Lansing, rep-
"Whereas, the Florida Citrus Ex- resented New York in the constitu- Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

change is making efforts to bring :tional convention of 1787 at Philadel-
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
about better conditions among the :phia.
fruit of Florida j Graduated at Amherst in Store that saves you money on Groceries
growers we recommend College Business
1886 16 pounds Granulated Sugar ___________________$1.00 PHONES { 135 P. O. BOX 226
the Mr.
Residence (
zeal and energy displayedby Lansing began the practice 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
the officers of the Exchange in !|of law with his father in Watertown 4 cans tall Sunshine Cream for ___________________25c
The size 8c. the dozen ____90c
f their efforts to strengthen the in 1889, and in 1892 was appointed same large per can, by
' ization so that the citrus fruit organ-indus- j associate counsel for the United 10 pounds Meal ________________________________25c

try may be uniformly stable as far !States in the fur seal arbitration. 10 lbs. Grits ___________________________________23c I.
This the first 24 lb. sack Pillsbury Flour ____________________$1.10
as marketing conditions are con- : was of many Lie jobs
cerned. I which Mr. Lansing's exceptional ability Large size Pail, Snowdrift _____________________$1.00

I "Believinsr that the future progressof in international law brought to 2 Packages Corn Flakes _________________________15c ORLANDO ROOFINGAND '

Florida depends to a great extent; him. lie represented the United Curants or Raisins, per package __________________10c

the States in the Alaskan 4 cans No. 2 Tomatoes __________________________25c
r upon co-operation that should boundary dispute -
ist ext in Arbuckles Ground Coffee ________________________19c
between the Atlantic
the commercial and social I fisheries arbitra-
t. institutions of the state, we the members tion, and the American and British Loose Ground Coffee, 2 Ibs for ____________________35c SHEET METAL CO.

t of the Florida East Coast PressAssociation claims arbitration, and he has served White Bacon 10 lbs. and up, per lb. ______________12V_!e

r counsel for the Kingan's Sliced Bacon, pound _____________________30c
. desire to voice our un- as Mexican and Chi-
qualified endorsement. nese legations here. I Pure Creamery Butter __________________________38c Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos

; "We approve of the cooperationplan He succeeded John Bassett Mooreas Georgia Butter in one pound cubes _______________30c ,
A full line shoulders Hams and Breakfast Bacon at and Rubber
:: of organization of the Exchangeand counsellor of state, and in this RoofingsCornices
r unhesitatingly recommend thatthe office did the technical work on the comparatively low prices.

. growers of our section of the important diplomatic notes sent by FEEDOats Skylights Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
: state lose no time in affiliating withthis this government to Great Britain and per sack ____________________________$2.25 .
E since the Corn, per sack ____________________________$1.90
organization for their mutual Germany outbreak of the Works 14 E. Church St.
}1 good." Beet Pulp, per sack ________________________$1.80 : ORLANDO

war.Mr.. Lansing married a daughter of Shorts, per sack __________________________$1.75 r

Whenever you want the best and John Foster, who was secretary of Cotton Seed Meal, per sack _____________________$1.35

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choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Coxon state under President Harrison, and Scratch Feed, per sack __ ______$2.15
Church street and your order will he makes his home with Mr. Foster, The Celebrated Martin L. Hall Coffee is being: dem- Try Sentinel Want

be promptly filled. 6-22-tf now eighty years old, in this city. onstrated in our store today, come and have a cup free. a Ad

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The Morning Sentinel Want DEPOT :
Directory is the Greatest Want
ORLAN"DO
Ad Medium in Orlando. Saturday Only

Terms Cash in Advance. -
Cement Agatfle Plaster and Lime BUTTER MILK
RATES will sell the Xever-Fail
For One Day ______________25c We Fresh Every Day.
For Three Days ____________50c Five Gallon Kerosene Can for 5c. per glass
For Six Days _______________75c 25c. per gallon .
For One Month ____________$2.50 $ OOFormer CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies on all ads of BUTTER
25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate price $1.50. Fresh Homemade
will be one cent per word for SANDWICHESPIES
each additional word, for each in- We will sell the can filled AND CAKESARCADEMILKOEPOT
sertion.If ,
can't bring ad to with Oil for $1.60.
you your

Do You Have GAS In I the payable office opened the telephone following by telepnone No.day.24.t will Accounts be-

:1 Special Bargains
Every Home-Every Business
Your House? i Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a Every Day MRS. E. M PARRY
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rust SALE Dr. S. S. Jones ]

FOR SALE-Horse and wagon, almost Larut & Gore CHIROPRACTOR
new. 208 East Robinson ave- ers
nue. G-23-6t graduate Davenport college, 17 and .,
18
Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
FOR SALE OR REFurnished or 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
being restored to health by chiro- .
unfurnished 7 room house large
garage; outbuildings; corner lot; 62:: / practic adjustments, the new science 1:
188 nice lawn of removing the cause of l disease. Examination -
in fruit
by ; ; complete
GOlollial l ] Hill : free. I2-2-t-lme 4
and 6-19-1moc flowers. 205 Liberty street. v*I

If you do now is the time to buy a new RANGE or WATER
HORSE FOR SALE-Five years old; SURVEYINGPlating
'HEATER-20.per cent off until July first. buggy and harness. If sold at once You hear about Colonial -
will give a bargain Pure Food Store. and Sub-Dividing
IF you do not now is the time to have it put in FREE. G-22-5tc:: Hills.

All you have to do is to buy a RANGE and we will run the FOR SALE-WAR- PRICES- You read about Colo- PROMPT AND ACCURATE .
I Increase of age and decrease of WORK
pipe FREE until July first. I strength makes necessary the sale of nial Hills. 1
horse, harness, surry, buggy, wagon, HAL A. IRISH i
and farm tools; some fine city lots You talk about Colo-
I I and farm lands. Could use good auto Civil
in trade. See me quickly at 201 W. nial Hills. Engineer
Concord avenue. Wm. L. Coryell. i
t 6-20-6tc Sooner or later you 47 Watkins BIdg., Orlando, Fla. J

r I FOR SALE will buy in Colonial I
SIX CYLINDER. SEVEN PASSENGER PHONE 646
CAR. THIS IS A BARGAIN Hills. Why not NOW! > .1 1
IF YOU WANT A For
GOOD Eight Cylinder Cadillac
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf It will give you satis- ,

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract faction and profit. .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- .;
one quarter mile from city limits; BARNARD & SON
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- .
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. CARL DANUSE
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial 6-9-tf NFEATURING -

FOR RENT )

FOR RENT-New up to date eight
I room modern house, furnished or j
unfurnished; or will rent half. Frontson
Lake Eola. Cheap. Fine location. G ECOINSECTICIDE The Famous Collar Moulder,
.LJ, Call 24 Church street. 6-22-61
a two hundred and fifty
Suite of rooms in Cheney Block,
. formerly occupied by Mrs. G. Davis. dollar machine, for taking
Also store room, formerly occupied
1 by Nat Berman. Long term tenants the saw-edges off your collar. 1 1j
desired.
j
Sale 6-20-6tc JOHN M. CHENEY. in and around your, houseto Orlando
kill
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- J
mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. MOSQUITOES, BED BUGS, FLEAS, Steam
Yancey. 3-28-tfc MOTHS MITES, ANTS AND j Laundry

BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 WANTED ALL OTHER INSECTS

WANTED-Strong white woman for GE'CO i Is a stainless liquid used with LAUNDERERS
And for weeks house work for family of three a spray and guaranteed to do the
continuing two adults. Apply Box II, Sentinel. work. Don't set up and fight mos- FRENCH DRY CLEANERS
quitoes all night. sprayur room
WANTED-S-.veet potato slips. Any with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have i
variety,but must not 1 T.lixed.Vilt your Croceryman get it for you. Or
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I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT direct if he will not supply you. Put
I pay $75c. per thousand at my packing
the
by
house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres- up Annual Excursion j
ton.
6-19-d&w-tf G f PA ORLANDO

On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts I LOST-Four diamond rings and one 0. U. UU., FLORIDAPI
sapphire ring. If found return to O. Box 2&s Phone 341
this office and get reward. G-24-6t July 2ndTO J
Kimonas, and House Dresses Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com-
pound and keep down the dust.
residence i
My
phone is I.o. 522-R.

Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at Dr. Buckmaster. ---6-6-tf \1 i1

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Owing SWEET to the POTATO fact that SLIPS states out- Orlando Wood Yard $7.00 I I $9.00. 1

side of Florida are through planting
sweet potatoes I am offering to Flor- Removed from Pine St. two blocks SAVANNAH CHARLESTON
Come and look line ida growers now all varieties at $1.25
at our per thousand. I can supply Nancy north on Railroad, west end Wash- ROUND TRIP FARES FROM !
Hall, Porto Rica, Big Stem Jersey, ington St. Plenty of Veneer Cores t
and Triumph for prompt shipment.J. .
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. 6-22-6t* R. DAVIS, Bartow, Fla. at all times. ORLANDOAtlantic

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WINTER GARDEN, FLA. To reduce our stock as much as pos- VIA
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE 1
25 per cent. off our regular cash Coast LineStandard
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I, price on any goods in store. Hammond
344
& Gore. 6-5-tf

I UNDER NEWIAXAGEIEXT- Railroad of the South j

Cor.Magnolia Boone and House.South.Rooms and 6-22-6tc board. Cut Flowers Tickets JULY|||| Q N R Final lira- j

PUl-e Ice Creal11 NOTICE sold U it July It 'j

The partnership of Davis and Manning and Plants Good on all regular trains 1
painting and decorating, has
been dissolved, and notice is hereby !Steel Sleepers, Observation Cars
given that W. L. Davis will not be
When you want PURE ICE For liable for any debts incurred by said Floral Designs I
Party
For
CREAM call for HAND'S. If firm. W. L. DAVIS. Information Call on
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
you don't believe that we take Clubthe Phone 333 for your fresh meats. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A

greatest care in its manu'We make our Ice Cream from Meat Market service, Church our street.motto.6-22-tf Cox's OrlandoOSTEOPATH.
facture come up and watch us Church SocialSchool
Violet
Dell Florist.
tubercular tested cows. All
make it. You will be surprisedcans I HOOSIER SPRING WATER for sale ,. 1
moulds and everything 1 SocialLodge at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gal
at the care every detail is given. lons, delivered to your home. City
used in the manufacture of our Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf tJ. M. CARUTBERS
Any kind you want, any time
you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
I from a quart up. i%eeL PicnicOrder Located in the Arcade Building Office corner Orange Arcane and 9church
All work guaranteed and neat- St., Davis & McNeil Bldg.
You are cordially invited to Hands ly done. Our work is the best Phone 419.
inspect our factory at any Pure and our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASSPHONE I' I

time. Ice Cream This is the place to have your 373
old clothes made new.
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. West Jefferson Street ,

Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c. Successor to
Suit pressed _____40c.
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I. HANDS ICE CREAM CO. All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Hand Wood CompanyWood

pressed ------______50c DR. L H. RAMSDELi ,
Mohair suits pressed -_____25c. of All Kinds OPTOMETRIST 3
We do ladies' work also. Giveus ORLANDO, FLORIDA 3VE
r PHONE 566 W i Jefferson Street a trial and be convinced. PROMPT SERVICE FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENSES

Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE* AND DO ALL KINDS OP ,
I Phone 613. OPT1CAI.ImP ADtmG l

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f LOCAL( AND PERSONAL

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Mr. M. O. Overstreet is spending ...:-. --I: --.,.... t; Y."I_
V N today in Tampa on important busi- //rmTI1iiiII"li'" I ' : : : '
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Mrs. G. B. Upchurch, one of Long-
wood's estimable ladies, was among c//6c / / Y- CtZLL !
the visitors to Orlando yesterday.
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Sir. Frank Karolczak left yesterday MAKE IT A RULE TO GO TO THE ....
for Boston, Mass., where he will
I spend; the remainder of the summer. BANK EACH MONTH AND DEFC:: .

I "Let's meet at Butt's." SOME MONEY, -- I IT WILL BE A

Mr. J. F. O'Berry, one of the pros- GOLDEN RULE ----
perous and well known citizens of

f Kissimmee[ was among the visitorsto
Orlando yesterday.Miss .

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C. C. Farmer arrived from
F "Do not put off for tomor- Tampa yesterday afternoon and is ..:
_; row what you should do to- the guest of Mrs. E. II. McNeill at
: day"-for tomorrow never her home, 221 Robinson avenue.

comes! j
Mr. M. G. Porter, state agent for "
.t the Buick automobile, with headquarters -

Doing is the great thing. The man in Jacksonville, spent yesterday .-1,I1 I
It be in Orlando telling of the merits of ,j
who acts accomplishes. may
that excellent car. ".
too late if you wait. Why not de-
dollar today and start on the WHEN YOU HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT YOU HAVE A BANK .
posit a Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mizell and lit- '
CONNNECTION. YOUR CREDIT IS BETTER. YOU HAVE
acticve road to prosperitythousands -
tle daughter, Ora, passed through Orlando -
/ : are traveling happily that way. yesterday from Tampa en routeto MORE CONFIDENCE AND SELF-RELIANCE. IT WILL HELP j

Put aside a little a week and see how Asheville, N. C., where they will YOU IN EVERY WAY. .1
pass the remainder of the heated ASK THOSE WHO BANK WITH US HOW WE TREAT
I easily, faithfully and steadily your
term. THEM. j
account grows.
NAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK 1
Mrs. Harry Fairbanks and son,
a THE STATE BANKOF Master Harry, Jr., who have been on t 1J
a visit to her brother, Mr. R. E. Fairbanks J

ORLANDO, FLORIDA at 108 America street, returned WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS .
yesterday morning to her
home in Macon, Ga.
,The Peoples National BanK"IT
The game of baseball which was to t
have been played Thursday between IS A PLEASURE SERVE3YOU." "w
Winter Park and a local team at De-
Land was postponed. Winter Park is
scheduled for a couple of games in
Kissimmee on July 5th.


Mr. B. II. Belisario, the genial organizer -
It's An To 'I I1I11111I11111111 A I I _
Economy for the W. O. W., left yesterday .
afternoon for Ocala where he f
Now! went on business connected with the
Buy big celebration which his order is to
f hold in Orlando on July 3, 4 and 5. USED CAR BARGAINS 1


Mr. and Mrs. S. Belch, of Orlando, -
are visiting at the home of their .
S. daughter, Mrs. Seth Rodes. They are a

"ELDER"Spring enjoying the two little grandchildren, 1 Runabout overhauled repainted j
and Seth is showing father the sights ,
around 1\lelbourne.-Ielbourne Times

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fulkerston, of new top, shock absorbers, $ 3 5 0

WaterIs Altoona Orlando, Pa., were among the arrivalsin fully equipped, at -
yesterday. They expectto
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visit several points in Florida, including -
St. Petersburg, before return- 4
ing to their home in the Keystone Runabout Overland repainted
a standard for State. ,


purity, aids diges- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Reynolds, who electric lights, new tires throughout. -

have been visiting their daughter,
tion and eliminates Mrs.\ J. W. Pruitt, at Daytona Beach Fast and in J
per-
for the 3 50
past two weeks, returned to $ a
acidity. :: :: their home on South Orange avenue, feet condition, for :
yesterday afternoon, coming over in f.
This being accomplished a world of sick' their auto. oCI
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ness is saved. Nature provided Spring Water

and nothing Spring can Water take its alone place.BEGIN for mankind and morning Orlando Miss Helen on and the went Ingram excursion up came to Daytona over yesterday from in San Juan Garage Company I

the afternoon. Miss Ingram will return I
NOW to New Smyrna this afternoonfor
a short visit with friends and will .11.1. .III II.e 4 . . . . . .,t .t&4" "

then return to Orlando.-New Smyrna -
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Elder Spring Water Co. ..

Mrs. D. C. Thompson and daughter,
e ORLANDO, FLORIDA :Miss Rubie Neal, will leave Orlando THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost
t this afternoon for Monteagle, Tenn.,
Phone WRIGHT 444 where they will spend the summer
Miss Rubie Neal will attend the Fair persons of wealth select a corporate r- -... ..,,"'1' ,.
mont college for :young ladies at that executor because they know it insures : ;
r place while there. They will return I faithful and capable performance of the .'.', .. '
E 1t' home about October first. trusts they create. : 4 { '. .

I Whether the estate be large or of mod- I i! -;;, a __,.. :" _
'IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIDIIIII"'e"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' "Let's meet at Butt's." erate size, it i is to the interest x>f both I '" ': ',; } .,i., -

Ii yourself and heirs to name this Company'_ :;.. < .:'." _
i Mr. M. S. Moremen, of Switzerland, and Trustee. ,. .. ',
executor "
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it was among the visitors to Orlando The Records of our Trusts are convinc(1' ,i lSt JE'iL
k yesterday looking over his orange of community's confi- j _.. .
ing evidence 'f r .r J-- :
groves in this section. :\Moremen s 4.: :
dence in our capabilities.WHY : f : ;., _
has several groves in different sec- t, .. :
Valuable Diamond LostHow tions of South Florida and he reports II THE TRUST COMPANY ? -;) t- '- '_ '-'
the trees as being in a most flourish- '

l ing condition, but a decided fallingoff I Because of he. necessity for efficient :.t," f-.r.,: :I ._
in this year's crop over last sea banking organizations to care for the fidu -" -:: _

son's. ciary business, the Trust Company has developed J t 1 ;
often this appears in the newspapers, the result in half century, the highest type j 1
of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby Mr. II. T. Arnold, one of Conway's of banking institution. :

having it examined at our store at least once every oldest and well known citizens, accompanied LtL
by his wife, was in Orf f Primarily chartered to handle trusts, j
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof '
the Trust Companies of the United States
lando yesterday, and while here ::\lr.1 r e
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin Arnold found time to pay his respects have developed such efficiency that not one .
our shop! thereby saving you time and a middleman's at the Sentinel office. lie reports I I cent of trust funds committed to their 1 l .
profit. A trial will convinec you. things in his vicinity as being in very care have been lost through failures. :

I I favorable condition. Crops are e'i w. I Have you investigated the service of '
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Lut beginning to need rain. There .I this institution, ;
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9a will be a very small crop of oranges, ; I
and it is conservatively estimated that I


f., T.H.EVANS JEWELER y.;. it per will cent.TOO only of LATE average last year's TO about CLASSIFY harvest.twenty-five I Orlon Hallk & Trn t C CoMpy :



WANTED-Three good finish carpen- ORLANDO, FLORIDACapital
ters, for Monday morning. Apply
IIII"J 601 West Pine street. 6-26-ltc and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three

FOR SALE-Two Fords, late model Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.

runabout and touring car, cheap.
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