The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Sensational Career Comes to an Wilson Receives Advice That

End-Holt Was Desperate Note Will Be Conciliatoryin ;

Character and Menaceto Tone; Pleasing Newsto SSSION( BOARD Of GRADE ,

U. S. Government To Invade Britain TROOPS SEEKING TO QUELL State Dept.

. HOLT SHOT FROM OUTSIDEr Of Teuton FOOD RIOTS FIRE Windsor, N. H., July 6.-Before I -
Washington, July 6.-(Bulletin.)- INTO 30,000 President Wilson tonight is the prob- All Anarchists: BOARD UNANIMOUSLY APPROVES -

Police Commissioner Woods, of New Drive On CalaisLondon lem of what the reply of the United BLDG. COMMITTEE -

York just telephoned Major R. W- States will be regarding the prelim- Are Under A Strict
made in I REPORT
Pullman chief of police at Washington inary inquiries by
July 6.-A striking victoryfor her note. I -
to forthcoming And Close
that Holt was shot from the out Watch

side of the Mineola jail and that detectives the British, reinforced by French Is Totally Inadequate to Meet The report of Ambassador Gerard I FINANCES 'WIll BE PUT ON SOUNDBasis
artillery southwest of Pilken, on the has been transmitted to the presidentand

discovered a trunk full of east bank of the Ypres canal, and the Demands for Protec- the reply is now in process of New York, July 6. Police Commissioner _
dynamite just outside the jaiL
signs of a renewed German drive on tion That Are Made formation. The president will prob- Woods today ordered every and Structure Will Be
known anarchist in the city placed
Calais with the object of invading ably send his answer regarding the
DEATH A MYSTERYNew England and on Verdun with the pur- Upon It interrogations of Ambassador Gerard under surveillance in an effort to finda Pushed to Completion at

York, July 6.-Frank Holt, pose of striking a blow at the heart tomorrow. clue to the identity of the personor Earliest Possible

last Saturday Mexico City, July 6.-The terror who exploded bomb under -
who made a daring attempt of France were reported from the Although definite information on persons a
and anxiety which gripped this city the detective bureau in the south 9 Moment
to kill J. P., Morgan was found western front tonight. this point is not obtainable, it is be-

dead in a pool of blood in his cell at Throughout the day the Teutons acutely for the past few days reacheda lie' ed that the difficulties between end of police headquarters last night.
The Orlando Board of Trade wenton
I the Mineola jail tonight at 10:35 launched counter attack after counterattack 'climax today when troops of soldiers thetwo is fair This step was taken when Inspector I
) governments now on a unanimous -
, last
evening by a
o'clock having killed himself while against the British forces, but seeking to quell the rising food waf' to a peaceful settlement. Faurot and Acting Captain Tunney,

the keeper was absent a few minutes. according to a midnight communique riot, fired low into the dense throngof The Berlin foreign office has adopt. of the bomb squad, announced after I I I vote as favoring the erection of :
Board of Trade building to cost,
f. in which the people waiting for their allowanceof fifteen hours work that no progress a
The exact manner man received here from Paris all had been ed the most conciliatory attitude toward -
ended his life is shrouded in mystery, the Germans cereal, and killed a number of wo- i had been made. Even the character with equipment and lot, approximately -
repulsed, suffering heavy the United States, it is under- and further instructingthe
owing to the refusal of the Nassau losses in killed and wounded. men and children. ,' stood, and officials close to the president of the bomb used can not be definitely $35,000, the
committee to
county authorities to give out infor- At the Red Cross first aid booths determined as the force of the explo- special perfect
believe the German
and have the build-
blew 599 women and children were treated sion left only atom-like particles of program
mation, but it is believed that he
PROBABLY FLYING TO PENSA- note will produce the most favorable ing completed at the earliest possible
for gunshot wounds and injuries they the deadly
his head off chewing on a percussioncap COLA BASE impression on this country. weapon.
which was concealed in his cloth- received in a crush of 30,000 people

ing and which escaped the eyes of the which gathered at the front of the CITY COUNCIL MEETING YES- The building committee gave it's're-
A. A. while I
Last evening Lundgren, BASEBALL RESIJLTS port and presented plans for the new :
'", warehouses of the international relief -
men 'ho searched Him when he was TERDAY
the II. Carl Dann residenceon .
passing drawn S.
arrested. commission to receive their sharein building as by Murry King,
Concord avenue, saw an aeroplane National it that
League architect. Briefly was figured
the six loads of corn that were dis
County Physician Cleghorn after Electrical inspector's report for
flying high above Orlando in north-. would about
Brooklyn 3-4, Boston 2-3. the building proper cost
examining Holt's body, said"I be- June was received at the city council
erly direction. The craft was mak- Philadelphia 1, New York 5. $22,000; lot, already purchased,
lieve the man blew his head off. Local authorities find themselves meeting yesterday, and the fees collected -
tremendous in
ing speed remaining Pittsburgh 1, St. Louis 2. $8,500; heating plant, $2,500; and furnishings -
completely incapacitated for amelio-
Afterwards the and District
physician amounted to $16.75.Iatter
.: sight only about five minutes. It was total of
. Chicago 5-2. Cncinnati 4-2; second $2,000, making a
rating the situation arising
Attorney Smith asserted that grave of claying East Washington and Hill
illuminated with red
brilliantly a game 9 innings, darkness. $35,000. When the contracts are
Holt fractured his skull by diving from the dearth of food. The corn streets referred to Commissioner S.
and the sound from the motor
light, American League awarded and the plans altered to
head first from the trellis work of his distributed today was purchased by A. Johnson. Councilman Robertson
muffled the altitude at
was by high Boston 5-4, Washington 1-1. some extent the building may cost
cell to the cement floor. foreigners. Police protection within introduced a motion that the cemetery -
which the machine The
was flying. N York 6, Philadelphia 7. $40,000.The .
Another theory is,that he blew the of the aircraft the city has utterly collapsed. road be paved with brick 24 feet
planes were clearly Clt md 6, Detroit 7. sketches presented by Mr.
top of hs head off with a revolver wide from the first received
visible but Mr. unableto money
Lundgren was St. Louis 2, Chicago 12. King were clear and concise. The
that was slipped to him this afternoon distinguish whether it biplane CONVICT RESCUES COUPLE IN from 1915 taxes. The motion failed;
was a Federal League building will be of a classical style of
by one of the numerous visitors second.
or monoplane machine. The HUDSON Brooklyn 5 Buffalo 1. no architecture with four Ionic columnstwo
who went to his celL
same machine was also said to have Baltimore 1, Newark 7. series high on the front, which

The general theory which is accepted been seen by Code Hill. When last New York George Faber, a Sing Kansas City 1, St. Louis 0. ITALIANS GAINED TEN MILES will face Central avenue. It will be "

is that Holt was not searched care- seen at 7:30 o'clock the plane was Sing convict, whose sentence has only All that were scheduled. SINCE JULY 1Rome. well lighted, ventilated, and as near-
fully when he was taken to the jail .
headed in the general direction of two months to run, rescued a young Southern League ly fireproof as possible.

and that he secreted a percussion cap Jacksonville. man and a girl yesterday when they Birmingham 5, Mobile 4. .-Although the Italian opera- The first floor will have a loggia

and used it at the first opportunity.That were thrown into the Hudson river Atlanta 4-0, New Orleans 0-3. tons in the upper Isonzo valley and running in the center opening on the .

" he had some means of suicide CLEVER PICTURE AT GRAND from a rowboat twenty feet out from I All that were scheduled. the Carnac Alps are attended with west to the reading and general tourist i'

at hand is indicated by tne following LAST NIGHT the pier at the prison wall. Faber South Atlantic League great difficulty, and the Italian press rooms, and on the east to the bil-

.1 note found in his cell after the body had the pleasant afternoon task of : Charleston 3, Macon 0. frequently warns the public against liard room, smoking and card rooms.

was discovered and which is supposedto Paramount night drew a large audience chasing foul balls knocked over the Jacksonville 4, Savannah 0. expecting too much from the army, it The center of the main floor will contain -
have been directed to his wife although
to the Grand last evening. Ina wall by the convict baseball players Columbus 2, Columbia 3. is unofficially but credibly reportedthat the assembly room or combina-

no name was found on it. Claire and Tom Forman, in "A Wild when the boat upset.$500,000,000CONTRACTS. Augusta 2-2, Albany 1-5. since the first of July the Italian tion gymnasium. This will be 'surmounted -

The note read: I Goose Chase" were unusually clever troops have gained nearly ten milesto by; a balcony. The seating
)Iy Dear One: I must write
you and the play "perfectly staged. The the eastward around Plava, be- capacity of the assembly hall will be
once more. The more I think about $ tween Tolmino and Goeritz.
last scene was as entertaining and MILAE I E IS ANNOUNCED
it the more I see the uselessness of 700.On
unique as any scene in the picture. the second floor the west wing
living under any circumstances. Bring Manager Tallman has many good fea- LETTERS THREATEN LIFE OF will be occupied by the Board of

A up, the dear babies in the fear of God tures booked. Watch the Grand bill J. P. Morgan Handled War Con- County Comm'rs Reviewed Tax MARSHALLSt. Trade room, while the east will be
.1 and man. Good-bye, Sweet. Frank.
in the Sentinel. tracts Amounting to More AssessmentsMillage given over to the ladies' dub room,
1'. S.-All for the
please pardon
me Than Louis.-Thomas R. Marshall, with many comforts and accessories ;
heartaches I have caused and Half Billion for Next YearIs
pray THE WEATHERFor vice-president of the United States, especially designed to meet the needsof
with me that the slaughter will stop. Dollars 231-2
in a statement to newspaper reporters women's clubs, etc.

My heart breaks. Good-bye." tonight said that he had been The structure will be of brick and
His mind was tortured by illusions Florida: Partly cloudy today New York.-It was said authori- The two days session of the boardof
with showers in threatened with death in more thana will have a frontage of 114 feet on
and his vitality was at such a low ebb probable northeast tatively last night that J. P. Morgan county commissioners came to an
dozen letters he has received East Central and 97 feet
anonymous avenue on
that removal to the Nassau county portions, light to moderate variable. & Co. has handled contracts amount- end yesterday afternoon. The commissioners .j
winds? during the last six weeks. Main street. It will be one of the
f. hospital was considered by the authorities ing to more than $500,000,000 for the have been sitting as a
V finest board ofitrade buildings in the T
only as a means of saving account of foreign governments since board of equalization for the purposeof
state, with no exception. It's completion -
him from death. the war began.Of reviewing the tax assessments
OVERSTREET BEACHAM IS PRESIDENT will be hastened as soon as
Holt lay on his cot all today, a mere this amount about $400,000,000has made by Assessor Arthur Butt. the finances are systematized and put \

wreck of a human being. been expended for the British The millage for the coming year
sound basis.
on a
Earlier in the day he made another government since the firm was appointed will be the same as that of last year, Board of Governors
At Meeting ,
Orlando Man Elected Memberof The building and finance committee
attempt at suicide by severing an a agents for that governmentin 23 12. Following is the millage for
Associated Charities Yes- i consists of the executive committeeof
artery with a lead pencil which he Executive Committee of this country, and $50,000,000 worthof 1915:
the Board of Trade and several
. l' had borrowed to write the note found Central Florida High- supplies for the French govern- General revenue _____-___ 3 1-2 terday Beacham Was
others. They are C. P. Dow, S. A.
, 'later in the celL This attempt occurred Association ment has been contractod for within Fines and forfeitures _____ 11-2 Elected PresidentAt
way Johnson, J. P. Holbrook, J. H. Reese,
just before daybreak. the last month, the firm having been Roads ___________________ 5 .
V. W. Estes, C. E. Howard, W. W.
I"- About ten o'clock tonight Holt, who M. O. Overstreet, one of Orlando's appointed by the French government Int. on sinking funds and the meeting of the board of Rose, Dr. C. D. Christ, M. M. Smith,

had been tossing restlessly in his cell, popular and representative citizens, to act in the same capacity as it does int. on bonds .-.._______ 6 1-2 governors of the Associated Chari- H. L. Beeman, and Judge T. P. War-

called to Jerry O'Bryan, his guard received notice yesterday of his elec- for the British government. Schools _________________ 7 ties yesterday afternoon Hon. Brax- low.

who was standing outside. O'Bryan tion as a member of the executive ton Beacham was elected president of

found Holt almost in a state of col committee of the Central Florida DEATH OF HIGHLY RESPECTED Total ___________________23 1-2 the organization. The remainder of

lapse. He had been unable to sleep Highway Commission. The commis- LADY the session was taken up with the CHICAGO ROBBERS GET $10,000

for four nights and all food offered sion is composed of twenty-six direc- RUSSIA MAKES APOLOGY TO transaction of routine bus ess. The

him he hail rejected. Holt told tors from the same number of coun- Mrs. Harriet M. Versoy, 69 years SWEDEN FOR "ACCIDENT" board will meet with the new presi- Chicago, July 6.-Four robbers

r O'Ryan he was unable'to sleep on ac- ties, and these directors elect five: executive of age, died at her home, 1212 Parra- dent for the first time next Tuesday overpowered two watchmen at the

count of the noice and asked O'Ryanand committeemen. The committee more street, yesterday afternoon London.-Russia has apologized to afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the San Midway Gardens, an amusement park,
blew the safe and
the others to keep quiet and not will hold its first meeting in Tam- after a lingering illness. Mrs. Veroywas Sweden for violation of the latter's Juan hotel.SHIPPED. early escaped today with, between open $10,000 and

come near him. pa on July 14. well and favorably known. She neutrality when a stray shell "acci-
$12,000, according to a report madeto
O'Rjan says that, this < request Entire control of the association is is survived by her husband. The services dentally" fell within Swedish waters FIVE CARS OF MELONS
aroused his suspicions and that he in the hands of the executive committee will be at the grave this morn- owing to a fog during the pursuit of YESTERDAYS.

stood guard outside the cell until when the directors are not in session ing at ten o'clock, and the intermentwill German vessels, says a Reuter dispatch PICNIC TOMORROW

10:30 when he had to attend to something There is one director to repre- be in Greenwood cemetery. Ham- from Petrograd.The J. Sligh, the well known fruit, REDMEN 4

or other at the end of the tier. sent each county enrolled in the association mond & Gore have charge of the fun- German mine layer Albatross produce and vegetable man of this The Redmen will hold an all day

oth- eral badly punished by Russian warshipsin section, shipped five cars of melons
O'Ryan says he just reached the Mr. Overstreet's coworkers arrangements.Mr. the west. side of"
Thursday on
er end when he heard an explosion- on the executive committee will and Mrs. Veroy came to this the naval battle in the Baltic on yesterday. The melons; which were picnic Lake Davis, in the Frank Helms

Returning to Holt's cell he found the be T. E. Bryan president, of Tampa; city four years ago from New York. July 2, fled into Swedish territorial of the Tom Watson and Excel varie- The members will leave the

body of the prisoner doubled up in a L. P. Dickie, secretary, of Tampa; L. waters where she was run aground ties, were excellent specimens of whatcan hall grove.at &30. The committe in charge

corner of the cell and from the top C. Lynch, Gainesville; Lycurgus This week, 6 pkgs. 5 cent, or 4 near: Henkiver. Russian warships be produced in Orange county. of the affair are :Msjrs. Pomeroy

of ha head, which was shattered ran Burns, Winter Haven; Ed. Scott Arcadia pkgs. 10 cent toilet paper, 25 cents. pursued her, it was reported, within One of the cars went to Havana, Laubach and'.Bajdwir

a rivulet of blood. and J. H. Scales, Perry. Curtis & O'NeaL the three-mile limit. Cuba.

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| A thorough try-out on the part of Mr. Avery and his automobile are J I .

., July 5.-News:!! of the truck gardeners has fully proven the frequent visitors at Orlando. Mr. I I: : ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY :

through which 18,000 success of strawberry culture in and Avery's health is slowly improving. I

r Taft was recently trans- around Taft. While in Ohio, and oth- The "Tamiam Trail" rather getson I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA :

A Gladstone McKoy Land company er portions of the North, the strawberry one's nerves. Is it not a misnomerto ; Established 1866 .:
t parties, was received with season is limited to about three .
Once Mr. Gladstone dub as a "trail" the proppsed great

ting down a tree in by Taft residents. These weeks, this toothsome berry may here highway All through the pine = High-Class Boarding School for young ladies in charge of :
large concourse of a part of "Prosper Col- i jbe grown and harvested for a periodof woods we have trails and trails till I = Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic d .

number of "cheap which Taft was orig- { six months. Mr. J. L. Barklow, you can't see but few good roads.- t non-Catholic families of this and other states. Buildings splendidly :
i t equipped with all modern conveniences. .
the tree had fallen and about five Delightful and healthy
years ago, !I one of our leading strawberry growers By A. J. Ry all.! = location in quaint and artistic Ancient City. Course thorough, em-
and of bl3 :
ister some in honor of the harvested the firstlings of his bracing al branches requisite for a solid and refined education.

with him were occupied the presiden- crop about Christmas, selling them at LIBERTY BELL STARTS : : Music. Painting, languages, Comercial Course. Terms moderate. .
was a rush for the For full particulars, write
secured "40 cents per quart, and from that :
trippers a big SISTER SUPERIOR. .
claimed: pioneer towns Taft and time until the middle of June contin- Philadelphia.-Workmen began at .

MHey. lads when I have had their vicissi- I ued picking and marketing berries sunrise today to remove the Libertybell IIIII"IIIIIIII.II.II.I.II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III

In my coffin." feel that a revival of I from the same vines, and still had one of America's most treasured

Then cried his wife !! general industry is at.I enough left, it is said, for a parting relics, from its case in Independence -a-

erly old woman with accession to the little dish on the fourth of July. The main Hall for its journey to the Panama-

In her eye: i putting through of an variety grown by Mr. Barklow was
Pacific exposition. After the case The arketOF
"Sam, my lad if !
I road. Close follow- "Missionary.."
as thou worships I was removed the bell was taken out-
stand a better chance heels, the selection of A temperature of 88 degrees regis- side of the state house into Independence CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

thy chip wonldna] I I I i as part of the central tered here on the fourth of July square where it was viewed by OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

j i Dixie highway, scored might seem pretty hot, but for a thousands of persons who had gathered -
< Uphill. |I victory; to be speedily strong, fresh breeze straight from the for the Independence day exer- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Does the road wind the aforesaid land deal. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Yes, to the very end. gulf coast rendering the atmospherecool cises.
Will the day's Journey I capitalists are alive and delightful.On j J Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

;, long: day? ', interests is shown by THE FOURTH AND FIFTH OF and pure.
From morn to night Monday patriotic devotion was
I'I realty investment. Well made manifest by a liberal display of JULY WITHOUT ACCIDENT We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
But Is there for the
A roof for when the the completion of the "Old Glory." In view of a world- everything fat the Meat LIne.

E begin. as projected is bound wide war, probably never in the his- Nothing of a serious nature as con-

;p May face not the darkness and bring into this, the tory of America has such appreciation cerns injuries from fireworks has been H. M. Self & Go.

r ir i i You cannot miss that of Florida, a general been shown for our country and reported as a result of the fourth and V,
and traffic followed PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
t Shall I meet other its emblem of peace and prosperity, fifth celebrations in Orlando.
.\ Those who have gone homeseekers eager to set- as at the present time. ..
i Then must I knock or the great highway, it I IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COCR1. ORANGE
sight? A grand fourth of July picnic was COUNTY. FLORIDAIn .
that keen ililliiMlllllilMMIiilllillOiiiiHMHiMO
'. They will not keep you held by Taft people at the school
the Matter of the Estate of Minnie .
door. show native foresight in Chapman
l grounds, though quite a number Deceased.To WE DELIVER THE GOODS :
I lands along the Eliza Jones. A. P. Powell and Phate Williams
Shall 1 find comfort, j:I boarded the A. C. L. "fourth of July and all whom it may concern .

f Of labor weak you shall find I of special" for the big blow-out at Kis- I estate Whereas.of Minnie H. J.Chapman Jones, administrator deceased has of filed the Orlando
f I j I Orange county- and Service
Will there be beds for simmee. his petition with me to take assets in the Delivery Messenger j jj jjHarleyDavidson
seek? -are said to have some hands of the administrator and for an orderto
Tea: beds for all who the new land purchase. The new Sphaler block, in its fresh. sell to pay debts of the said Minnie Chapman I
-Christina deceased, the following described real
Pay.'r" purchasers intend do- coat of paint, appears quite statelyand estate the property of the said Minnie Chapman Truck :
forms quite an addition to the deceased situate lying and being in Orlando -
I I Her Memory land does not now ap- Orange County. Florida to-wit:
1 Mrs. Geddes had a according to current ru- town. West half of Lot two (2) of Block "B" FOR QUICK SERVICE :
Parramore's Addition to Orlando as recordedin 1
she found it The of C. H. Nelson is look- h "
t enterprises are already pinery I Plat Book c, page 66, Orange County 1

'instructions several j I{I ; while no town lots are I ing splendid. Mr. and Mrs. Nelsonare i Records.These are therefore to cite you to appear .1

obeyed them. The the deal, Taft as the col- to be congratulated upon the care- before the County Judges Court of Orange PHONE 444 :
her repeatedly about County Florida on the 12th day of July. A.
and one day when I I undoubtedly reap ben- ful neatness, cleanliness, and thrift D. 1915 and file objection; if any you haveto :
that characterizes their hotel, its the granting: of said petition; otherwise the
they were again proposed development petition will be granted as prayed. Good and Bad Stores i !
"Now. Nora," said I of her immediate lawn and garden, and are proportion- WITNESS my hand as Judge of said Court Cigar :1
and seal of said Court this 25th day of May :
tremely exercised I ately deserving of the patronage they A. D. 1913. '.
-this Is the sixth time are having. (Seal* WM MARTIN. 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII
I I I dashing showers that :I 5.27-6wkal County Judge. IIIIIII""IIII'I"'I"I'IIIIII I'I
you about the finger have come up so sud- i I Mr. Rizk, tne new mercnant, has -

woman you last I come down so copiously, II been suffering from slight disability, Sentinel Want Ads Pay.
on the table? glad all the gardens and -- I t
i friends"No, always mum"washed I of Taft and vicinity. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY

fore they cum."- I well, so also are sweet RKJST. ,

The Pint Laugh I -well, they are whop- FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES

A personable young I or forty pounders grown
baggage but a winning i The big melon field

r two twenty hotels rooms in dollar a and western bath gold at d :I center property of attraction has formed dur- s v Fruits of All Kinds at the Right Pric

Melons were sold di-
desk and said. "I'll
anyhow and when vines to the consumer, 0 Watermelons and Georgia Cai
me kn w." The room both white and colored, : -' =
t turned the gold over in all directions taloupes on Ice
be credited to the Favorites."
fared sumptuously
A bill for $!)8 was a backward spring, and .' Meaaage
young man a week of plants, the "Beacham To the EasinessMen l No. 5 J. W. Johnson, |Q9 W. CHURCH S SValspar

and handed It to the put out to tomatoes by

is all wrong." he said. Orlando, did very well, of OrlandoThe

ber I paid you $20 in prices, it is said, were not
of is in direct the local
I'd take that much of the bottom been prosperity a city proportion to pride.
tty Where local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Sucha

"Yes, but that was probably by war compli- town is a good place to live and do business in. ValEnamelIt

clerk protest 1 I Paint helps to a remarkable degree in spreading an impression of

"I wasn't Joking, A. Cox prosperity throughout a community. It gives a fresh, new, inviting pays to use the Best.

another cent out of me look wherever it is used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers, ;'
sonable young man. feel its good effects. Growing business is bound to be one of the

ed proprietor to the facts Colonel from New York direct results of a liberal use of paint, not from any magic in the Paints and Varnishes atFinley's

paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated.
",,, broke into a genial AND PRETTIEST Pioneer Paint Store
ed. Til give you NECKWEAR

and and play a receipt this trick in full on Dutch Boy Atlantic White Lead Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67

"Sorry, colonel" ART EMBROIDERY T We have the best men and the best equipment to do
I. man, "but Mr. Blank
the best work. The best is the cheapest.
gave me a week's mixed with Dutch Boy linseed oil is the paint of quality and always has been.
and play It here"- APARTMENTS Lasting and economical. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your

West Street dealer today. Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat '

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: ..1 '.._ planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebudded

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;. ( Nurseries Pedigreed Trees. Order YOURS NOW. They are grown, not manufac-

.. red and it takes time to do it-its precious. Do it NOW. Orlando, Florida !

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f., IN AMERICA AT $2,000,000' the interior summit. What Shell Fire Is Like.I Cr.t.s.v. I ,

| A MILEIt The "pioneer bore" is a new method have read many attempts to describe Ceu! uie HI..I .'i'.u t..... !'.,"set 10 .rl : v I Macon, Ga.--Three negroes are I I San Francisco, July 5.-An orationby j
I of tunnel boring being employedon shell fire in a tattle but not oue body It Uhrt' f.iK MI s ':1' .. .t known to have been shot to death : William
, 1 bya Jennings Bryan on "Uni-
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Rogers Pass project. A small to equal the t'a.y df-orlptioti( of tills hurt :run aI.. >'"1. mm r.' ',u.t..
on : mob last night near Round Oak and versal Peace" was the feature of the :'
t will not be long before the fam- young officer wbo do- not pretend to in.ml.} <-nr.-m anu i, ilic,' to I .1.
.' preliminary shaffe.7 by 9 feet, paral- be Listen .... Wayside, two villages about thirty 'program arranged for the third and !
Hoosac tunnel four and three- a stylist. : they uv i uiau Ill \\1. I .w.d
ous leling the cour6'.Jf the main tunnel "You bear a boom miles away, hardly forewarn tuiu a; .iuiM t:iiiuible. JI ttu I miles from here, and authorities today I'I concluding day's Independence day 1
quarters miles long, will have to sur- 50 feet distant furnishes I
audible In tbe distance. Then a .-(il.ultoiifHenry I I began a search for others who celebration today at the PanamaPacific -
render its premier place, held for the main shaft and by means of faint sigh, gradually rising to a screamas are missipg. I I exposition.Sentinel "J

! many decades as the longest bore on cross sections affords a means of disposing the shell whizzes toward yon Thena Ward Beecner's W't. I
c the :hl rican continent. The Rogers of the excavations during the flash an immense crash and the air On one mraMon a-' Air Reedier aa' 1
Pass five-mile tunnel under the Sel- progress of the work.SUPERSTITIONS Is filled with thoiiu su>ne.i .'I--| <-n The want ad.s the thing. Want Ads Pay. 1

t kirk range on the Canadian Pacific Jagged lamps> of tnm. each making a some oue attempted to interrupt i>ini ...:

railway will be completed by the end ABOUT SHOES different sort of shrieking noise. Then by suddeult cruNviug liUc u cmW Flie I
phlt-phit-pbit everywhere as they hit orator. however wa equal to the oceaslon.
of 1916. The German Another says that the ground. lie stopped, listened till the JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONS i 4
This hole
the liv-
gigantic through
should she lose the heel of her shoe This is shrapnel."London Sketch. crowing ceased and then with a look .
rock will and
ing cost $10,000,000 one of her children will die before the of surprise pulled out his watch.

; only shortens the route by four miles. year is out. A Regular Gadder. "Morning already be saId. "My Sanford to Jacksonville !
i However it will materially reduce the The Scotch lassie believes that A lady bought some furniture at an watch H only at IU. But there can be

f grade, which is a difficult one at that should she by accident drop her new auction sale In Glasgow the other day. no mistake about it. Tbe Instin_ of AND RETURN j
lofty point on the backbone of the On paying; the |porter she remarked: the lower uianuls are infallible."
shoes before they have been 'worn,
-Hat1 I kucnvu how dirty that furniture There was a roar of laughter. The
continent and obviate
many delays they will surely lead her into trou- was! I would not bare bought It." "lower animals In the gallery collapsed !
hitherto due to snow falls and ava- I
lanches. ble.It -Wt't."J. ma ism." replied tbe porter, and Mr Beecber was able to resume $7 .00
is said that old maids believe *it wis the dirtiest boose I ever saw; as if nothing bad occurred.A .
. The Canadian Pacific railway engi- that when their shoes come untied, bat there whit cud je expect- the mi-

neers spent two years seeking a loca- and keep coming untied, it is true trees wi' only at bnme, every Tuesday. Barbarian. Including meals and berth t
. tion for a tunnel through the Sel- their sweethearts are talking and \h ken it fer n tae. '(BOse I read it on Sir Donald Mann the Canadian railroad

kirks, finally deciding upon Rogers thinking about them. a cjiirci I gut In that drawer there.- builder bad a sensational career. Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days
/lasgow .News. :1
beginning as: an axman In the Canadian -
Pass, which crosses the range in the The sweetheart when
' way j
t midst of a vast amphitheatre between
to see his lady love, should he stub The Sick Man of the East. Early in life Mann visited Europe on
the rugged, snow-capped mountains.Of I his right toe he will surely be wel- The l pbra,.f "the sick man of the a business mission and at a dinner one
I.OSCEOL.A.J"Leaves ;
the many peaks which form a come, but if he stuDs his left he may east" originated iu a sj,eec-h ot Czar night became Involved In a quarrel

seemingly impassable barrier betweenthe I know that he is not wanted. Nicholas to the British charge,: d'af with a Russian nobleman. Next day

prairie country to the east and {I It is said that if old shoes are faires at St Petersburg at tbe time of he received a call from one of the no Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat: 11:30: A.M.
the Pacific coast, Mount Sir Donald the Crimea war. lIe said: "We haveon bleman's friends bearing an Invitation -
burned snakes will
i squirm away from
A combination
forms the culminating pinnacle, its ; the place, while to keep old shoes that our hand u sick man a very sick to a duel "If he doesn't like what daylight and searchlight trip
man. It would tie a great misfortuneif I said to him. let him come up and
, altitude being 10,808 feet. Mount about the will of 400 miles through the heart of Florida r
are past wearing place "
one of these days be should slip tell me w. said Mann. "He can come
Macdonald; which is 9,860 feet in
surely bring good luck. away from us before tbe necessary arrangements running, too. and carry any size gun
height, also looms out prominentlywith Should you meet a person whose have been made."-Argonaut. he likes" Clyde St. Johns River Line

rugged and precipitous slopes. }I shoes are "worn on the toes" you may The friend explained that would never

The Beaver valley lies east of the i(put it down as a certainty that "he do Nothing but the regular thingon

Selkirk range and the Illecilliwaet 1 spends as he goes;" and on the same Perfect Happiness. the field of honor would do
Grubbs-Wbat Is your idea of perfect' "(Ih. all right!" aid Maun. "IVebeen
valley to the west. On the trip west- authority it is said that the girl that
happiness? Stubbs-Weil, tf wife
my fighting duels all uiy life Rut
ward the
through pass trains start has her shoes "worn on the side" is
would what sbe thinks
stop telling me '
ill hate to Insist on using tuy 11.1tional
the ascent of the Selkirks at Beaver- surely fated to be a "rich man's of me. and I bad the privilege of telling !.'I weajHiu sixteen pound double
mouth 28 miles west of Golden, at an bride." my respected employer what I I bitted ax."

altitude of 2,435 feet, and the most think of him It would seem about The friend went away holding up h!' EXCEPTIONAL OFFER

northerly Station on the route. NO ACCIDENTS BEFELL ORLANDO right.Richmond Times-Dispatch. hand: at the barbarian. That night
Before reaching Eeavermouth the the noiileinan met Nana He WA
road crosses the Columbia river at The Man and the Machine. shout the size of n gra- hopper, Maim
the base of the Selkirks, which, in the 150 motorists who went to "Dow many votes did yon get?" is something over NIX feet high mid
. Daytona Beach Sunday and yester- Not nearly as many as the other fel four uide. vutb no fat "I fight ion,
contrast to the Rockies, are covered
with forests. The line enters the Sel day none was subjected to any acci- low. said tbe man who Is always phil ,I m'4lOt.! said the nobleman "with the Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne
dent of serious nature wvpbicnl.! -\.Oll.see. I bad to depend' weapon of any civilize nation but I
going or
kirks through the Gate of the Beaver
entlrel!} on my own efforts for my tie hang if I commit suicide**
t River, a picturesque spot where a returning. The roads were in excellent votes. Illi were machine aade."-II with plenty of Foliageand
condition except a strip of several
natural bridge spans a torrent, whichat Washington Star. Ripe For a Change.
'miles west of For -
that point makes its final plunge Daytona. several One secret in executive work I I.- putting Trees. .
down to the level of the Columbia. ". miles west of Daytona there were Consistent. I tile right; man in the right place

i The tunnel which is 29 feet wide several washouts in the roads which Brown Why Is your daughter going I Lord Claud Hamilton knew it. Lord I
with red to tall against the of Claud was traveling; over bis line when
were posted flags to warn ; permanence HI .
and 23 feet high, follows a straightline Price
motorists. republic in that college debate? ,Smltn a brakeman guard as they Say in $2000.00 i" J
under Mount Macdonald, emerg- 4 Because she thought the adwtraiI .he old "ountry-flhouted at Acton stala .
ing in the Beaver valley at a point I of a republic would not go well wl u I : "Uactonl: Hactonr: Lord Claud
about 1,000 feet below the present Today's Sentinel is replete with the / "ter new empire gown Brooklyn CltlI ..mll(d. A little further on. arriving at .

line. The eastern entrance is directly advertisements of most of the merchants j I :Q. j I llanweli. another guard shouted: "An-

below Hermit, a station just east of of Orlando, and there are some : well! Anwelir:
Perfectly Proper. Quick as u flash Lord Claud said to C. A. HOVEYTHE
Rogers Pass. The highest point rare shopping opportunities containedin
"1 am afraid this* company la doing his companion: "You see how difficultIt I
reached in the tunnel is 3,795 feet these advertisements, which
care- bulbene on an In"ntPdftpltftL" is. Thornton to get the right man I t
, above sea level and 4,065 feet below ful and discriminating buyers will MY.... but then it deal In sotomohMe In the right place. We must have that
the summit of Macdonald peak. The readily grasp. Read all the advertise- tires." '* -Baltln-.r" ;tnertcaia Acton porter brought here and we'll I
passage through the mountains will ments carefully. send that Hanwell fellow to Acton I

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Florida SentinelMORNING ;
BOARD OF TRADE. With the building of good roads I \

AND WEEKLY The Board of Trade last night bya throughout Florida, particularly Cen- Paragraph _

.. I:. GLENN .. ......... v-.....Editor unanimous vote upheld the reportof tral Florida motor traffic has tripled 1
the building committee and the I I i in the last year, and within anotherear rC
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florid Trade' 1,000 PLANTS FOR EOLA PARK
movement for a new Board of it may increase enormously.
*, as Second Class Mail Matter. About 1,000 plants of different
building to cost about $35,000 has Central Florida is building brick highways -
kinds have been received by the su-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES been launched. To build and equip and before many months there
Dail 1 Year ........................ $5.00 perintendent of parks since the first
Daily. 6 Months ...................eo. %.60 this building will require work. Ev- will be a network of bricked thoroughfares 1#
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1-25 I citizen having at heart the in- throughout the state con- of January, from the United States .
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 ery department of agriculture and haw i
terests of Orlando and her assured necting all of the more important
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 I been planted in Eola park. These \\
future should put his shoulder to the cities and towns with one another. I 1
\ ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN plants are rare and choice varetiesof I
ADVANCETO wheel and push. In view of this improvement it
The sooner the building is erected of importance that counties and cities their different species, collected by ;
ADVERTISERS: all the world, :
and equipped the sooner will actual should do everything possible to facilitate government agents over
Copy for display and all other haad-eet and distributed by the department of ;
revenue begin to come in. On its travel. The motorist from the
advertising moat be handca in at the business '
experimental purposes
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. face the $35,000 project looks big; Korth or from some distant corner of agriculture
This rule applies the United States. ,
the day publication. throughout
to chances for contract advertising: it is especially is this true for the people the country is coming to Florida be-
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. who are not thoroughly acquaintedwith cause the fact that Florida is building -oA _

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued the methods which will be ad- brick highways is being advertised BIG IMPROVEMENT: I t
the office writing on One of the misfortunes of the cityis I p j
should notify in vanced to properly finance the propo- extensively. By the end of an-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued the regular subscription rates sition. other :year there should be several that the attractive florist establishment '

Telephone until notice Numb-r to stop .is...received................... 24 However, a city the size and char- hundred miles of newly completedbrick formerly conducted by the' .J
acter of Orlando should have a build- or improved highways added to late Capt. Luther at the corner of I I )

WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 191;). ing of this nature-one to meet the the enormous total now in the state. Orange and Livingston avenues has

needs of the organization, to entertainthe The large increase of motor traffic been removed and the lot on which it j r'i'

If you snore the.. pleasure is all winter visitors, and to serve as a demands that improvements be begun stood has been allowed to grow up in I tit

yours. social and civic center. With the immediately and completed before weeds. The neat cottage home has :

o building erected and open to the pub- many months. One of the most important been removed, the hothouse has also 1 s '

Many a man loses out in trying to lic the many sources of revenue will matters that should be attended been done away with, and the entire .

take a short cut to success.o then become clearly apparent.The to is the bridging of the St. corner presents quite a different aspect I .

Orlando public can not fully Johns river connecting the Sanford from that of former da}s. M >

Eve ate the apple because there conceive of the earnings of the build- and DeLand roads. The ferry at the -0- i

were no ice cream parlors open. ing until concrete figures are submit- St. Johns should be done away with BAMBOO ADDS TO BEAUTYThe a}

o ted to them. This will be done in the and a new, modern toll bridge con- bamboo is among the most .

Even the man who lives upright is near future by the building and structed. The public will demand graceful of plants and adds greatly _u..s SUnOner&Marx I

apt to die in a horizontal position.The finance committee. In short there this bridge sooner or later, so why to the beauty of a yard. There are

o will be considerable revenue from the not commence plans now to get the so many different varieties that any

man who is blindly in love failsto winter visitors, from the combination project into definite form before the one can find a satisfactory selectionto

see through a coat of complexion gymnasium and assembly hall to be close of another year. fill any need in landscape garden-
paint. used for various gatherings and by o ing. Bamboo may be used effectivelyin Off comes part of the priceon

o different organizations. Then, too, The Kaiser's machine has a speedof hedges or in single clumps, and

Those Daytona mosquitoes are the there will be some income from the' five miles per day, and about however used can hardly fail to add

submarine variety-they sting with- billiard room and bowling alleys. 6,000,000 man power. No, we don't to the beauty of its surroundings. Hart Schaffner &
out Once and in the Boardof -0.A every
; warning. up operation care to see the 1916 model-the 1915
0 Trade building will soon for
. pay model is hard enough on humanityand
One admirable thing alboutweather this itself-if not wholly in one year, civilization. On East Livingston avenue, near

is that it gives us a new eventually. The launching of the o the Magnolia avenue crossing, there Marx suit for summer

I cause for complaint every day. movement to build the structure and ADDITIONAL LOCALS stands a bench beneath a shady oak.

o have it completed at the earliest pos Oh, no, benches under shady oaks are

have had sible marks not such uncommon sights in Orlando. f
moment mile-
Perhaps you may never one ,more J
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin
occasion to write a letter of regret, stone of progress reached by the en- expectto This bench however, is different, for f
leave today for Saluda N. C.
p ,
but how about the letters you regret terprising people of Florida's most on it, courteously inviting, and insist-
where they will the remainderof
spend the :
' having written? progressive city. The Board of Trade, the season enjoying life in the ent, is the invitation, "Restawhile. WE'VE clipped fig-

o true to its recently adopted motto, is Land of the Sky. -
Automobile licenses in little old a Power House of Progress.A MORE COLLEGE NEWSPark

Orange county for last year amounted o Butler, of Havana, Fla., who ures pretty close in :
The Misses Ruth and Fern Gross
to $4,664. Always picking up the JULY JINGLE lately completed a commercial courseat I
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
dollar marks in this section. the Southern School of Commerce,
I Gross, left yesterday afternoon for in this city, after spending a short va
o Hop right off dat red-hot griddle- New Matamoras Ohio where order to make it specially
they Or
\ cation at his home, returned to a
w. But for the fact that the shoe Can't you dance ter a July fiddle? ,
will visit
relatives. lando and yesterday began taking a f
might pinch, many an editor would Hooray,
write about the uncut weeds growing I say, stenographic course, in the same
";' rampant on the sidewalk and back Fer de July time II.in Dixie! Miss Ellen Fuller, daughter of Mr. school. attractive inducement for

yards.Scientists. De weather lak' a life: protector, and Mrs. A. Y. Fuller, left yesterday -- -
0i Fire burn up de bill collector; afternoon for Kissimmee, where she FILL NOT COMPLETED
that is cool Hooray will visit the family of Mr. J.' W. The "fill" between Central avenue
i our sun
1' compared with say other celestial luminaries -, Fer de July Today time, in Dixie! Prentiss, former residents of Orlando. and Church street, which will event- you to help us clear our

r but the gentlemen making the III. ually connect the north and south

announcement never passed a long Oh, go long, chile, an' quit yo' foolin', Mrs. J. A. Abberger left ye terday ends of East street, has not been com-

half day on a bathing beach. Don't coolin'you ?know dat de melon's afternoon over the Atlantic/ Coast pleted. It is to be hop:d that this Stock for fall goods.

af o Hooray, Line for Detroit, :'!ich., and Indian- work will be finished in the near fu-

i The Sentinel is pleased to note Hooray, apolis, Ind., returning to Dillsboro, ture, as it is a much needed improve-
r that the Reporter-Star has followed Fer de July time in DixieF. N. C., about the first of August where ment.
L. Stanton.In .
, the Sentinel's advocacy for the beautification she will remain until the first of Oc- -
f of the Orange county high- these days of tremendous ad- tober. NEW BUNGALOW The clothe themselves are our ,
II. C. Baldwin, formerly connected 1
i ways. Orange county has an
opportunity vantages one would think knowledge 1f
r with the business of the f
to lead the state and set the would sometimes reach its limit and Ed. Simon, one of the "live wires"of plumbing
- late W. A. Slauter, and now cond;act-
pace. that one could not learn more. It is Ocoee, was among the welcome most convincing argument; the
independent business, yesterday -
o really remarkable how many people !visitors spending several hours in Orlando an i
started attractive six
A favorite way some people have feel that they have at last reachedthe yesterday. Mr. Simon left in building an

of showing their sympathy for the pinnacle of education, knowledge the afternoon for Watertown, South number room bungalow 414 East at Church his home street. place, prices don't tell you much so don'tgo I

... hard working editor is to drop in to and that the history of the world lies Dakota, where he will spend several ,

cheer him up with the latest story, at their feet. For this class and for weeks on matters of business. a

4 I and after patiently waiting for the those who have forgotten more than TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR entirely by these details or any ;

I., conclusion he is rewarded with a firm the average man knows let us submit After an absence of several weeks
SALE-Late model Ford tour-
1 t' but polite request that it must not the statement that one of the worst spent at Ancona, on the East Coast, ing car, electric lights and self-

E; be printed. earthquakes of which the modern Jr. and Mrs. M. J. Daetwyler are expected starter, new tires. A bargain for others that read see the
a o world has knowledge took place in to return to their home on cash. Can be seen at Ford Garage, you may ;

f Orlando contemplates the installation 1811 in the West Tennessee-East Ark- West street. Mr. Daetwyler has spent or Box 696. 7-7-31

t of a bacteriological outfit for ansas region.LETIERS. the time buying and shipping fruit FOR SALE) -Wagon, buggy and har- I goods.
testing water and milk and, in addi- o and vegetables to his house in Phila- ness; also one-horse plow and cul
tion, strict dairy inspection is prom- TO'TIIE SENTINEL delphia. tivator, good as new; and a 100 egg .
incubator. These articles will go
ised. A system patterned after that cheap. Address, G. A. Branson, 600 I ;
used in Ocala, which is said to be Goat Is O. K. Mrs. H." C. Walton was among Gore avenue or call at residence on

satisfactory, is proposed. Health of Editor Sentinel-On making my .. those leaving Orlando yesterday South Parramore street 7-7-61

the people demands elimination of morning call on William this morninghe morning over the Atlantic Coast Line AnyPalm
FOR SALE-I have five Berkshire-
impurities from the food and drinks reminded me of my manners. He for Cleveland, Ohio, where she will Poland China spring hogs left, at 20.00

which enter the system, and compe- said I did not thank "Sunny Jim" spend the remainder of the summer. $6.50 apiece. Will let the bunch go 14.00

tent inspection and enforcement of Barnes for getting his goat. I apologize Mr. Walton accompanied his wife as for $30. Speak quick. Others are 22.50 Beach
Blue ribbon stock. else-
sold. Try i
law are the weapons with which citi- to you both, sirs! far as Jacksonville, but will return where, then see me. C. E. Filbert,
zens may fight imposition or igno- I C. K. PO IEROY. today to his home, 111 West Pine Pine Castle. 7-7-Gt* I
rance along these lines.. street. I Suit


_ Residents of Sanford and Orlandoare UNIQUELY NAMED Judge John M. Cheney left yesterday Sealed proposals will be received by the 25.00 )
of Orange County
determined to to it that the afternoon for Jacksonville County Commissioners
see on State of Florida. at the office of the Clerkof for
"world do move" in spite of adverse The Orlando public read with con- business matters. The Judge had the Circuit Court of Orange County at 17.50
Orlando. Honda at or before 2 P. M. Monday 27.50 Z
l: action by their only railroad. It appears siderable interest the announcement contemplated going to Philadelphia August 2nd. 1915 for grading and paving

i that the railroad has taken off of "Our Grocery Company" in yes- I but a short while before the time of one-quarter with second from quality Oakland brick to the two dividing miles and line $6.50

all trains which formerly gave local terday's Sentinel, in which the Grocery 'his departure was apprised by a mes- between Orange Proposal and Lake Number Counties.One 30.00 II'DicksonIves

, conveniences between the two cities, Department of the Yowell-Duck sage that his presence in the Quaker For grading and paving with second qualitybrick

making it necessary for those wish- i worth company, and the firm of Ca- City would not be necessary until be nine with feet 2x8 wide heart between pine boards curb; pavement and grouted to

ing to go from one to the other at ruthers & Gore announced that they; some time next week. with a mixture of one part cement and one

certain times of the day to hire au- had combined forces and would hence- part sand. Proposal Number Two .

tomobiles for the trips. As a resultan forth do business under the firm name Donald J. Nicholson left Tuesdayfor To quality include brick grading using and cement paving curb with four second

automobile line has been inaugu- given above. Our Grocery will oc- New Hampshire, where he will I inches wide and ten inches in depth accord-

rated, with daily schedules, and rate cupy the stand of the Caruthers &. I spend the coming winter visiting ing to in use the in specifiCations Orange County for roads brick: width highwaynow of

of four cents a mile.1liamiIetrop- Gore firm and will conduct one of the I friends and studying business condi- pavement from out to out to be nine feet.
1 Proposal Number Three
olis. highest class stores in Orlando. tions, and the birds of the New Eng- For grading and paving with second quality
brick to be wire cut lug. grouted.. with Co
o- The new company will place on the I land States. He went by water from i 2x8: heart pine curb; width of pavement

Polk county is showing the right market shares of stock in their busi- Sanford to Baltimore, and will visit. between boards Proposal to be Number nine feet.Four

spirit. If that county is successfulin I ness at $50 and up in order that the' the museums of Washington, Philadelphia For grading and paving with second quality
buying public really feel that New York, and Boston. brick; brick to be wire cut lug grouted witha
bonding itself for $2.000,000 for may 4x10 concrete curb: width of pavementfrom
this is Our A is be- out to out to be nine feeL 1
good roads it will stand as one of Grocery. plan
Proposals must be presented in sealed envelopes -
\ the most: progressive counties in the ing worked out to enable the non- County Commisisoner J. L. Dillard, endorsed on the outside with the ARTMfNT STOR[
United States, barring none. Should stock holding customers to share in of Winter Garden, who has been attending proposal number of must proposal be accompanied which is toybe made.certified Each .DP[

Polk county succeed in bonding itself the profits of the firm. These plans a two days session of the check in State the sum or National of $250.00 Bank and executedupon payableat ... ...

for this tremendous amount the orig- will be announced later.E. board favored the Sentinel with a eight a to the order of the Clerk of the Circuit ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

inal statement made in the Sentinel H. Gore will manage the new visit yesterday. He reports his sec- The Court.successful bidder or bidders will _be The Store of true service, of never.falling courtesy
'" the meeting of the Central concern. H. P. Scott will be the as- tion as faring exceedingly well. Mrs. required to give bond in the sum of turbo
flowing Thousand 5000.00 Dollars such bond of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer
thrufo Highway Association, that sistant manager. Practically the Dillard, Miss Mabel and Mr. Marvin executed by a Surety Company to be ap
5ui--'xting would result in the same force of employes of the 'two Dillard, who motored to Hendersonville proved The County by the Commissioners County Comm S6ionera.reserve the right chandise, at right prices

ng 'f at least 000'000 of stores will be retained by the new N. G, from their home in west '-o reject any and all bids.
Board of
highways M. O. OVERSTREET. Chairman
fmus u Florida within the year, firm. Orange, some weeks ago, are havinga County Commissioners.B. -

$10OOO t be amen dH to read "11 Ill mean most enjoyable time in the Land of C.. M.R. RAMSEY ROBINSON., Highway Clerk Circuit Engineer.Court. .

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SOCIAL CALENDAR son, J. D. Barnes, A. G. Hart, A. Ha Admission 5 Cents

den. i
Wednesday, July 7. /
Mrs. Blvtiie Watson "at home." -- .. -IMMMIMTODAY'S. .. .. ,. ..,
Each %.Girls, Mrs. L. T. Hewitt WINTER GARDEN B. Y. P. U. "PASTE AND PAPER" PROGRAM: Ii LElS'j
Thursday, July 8. Y. P. U. TONIGHT.The Another those funny Mina Reliance. "The Reward."" I
American. "The Echo.
Golf, Country Club, second and last I
match for July. Winter Garden Baptist Young Comedies. Thanhouser. "Little Bobby." A.

Rebekah Lodge No. 12, degree work. People's Union will be the guests of comedy drama. I
Keystone.label's Blunder. A 'j
Meeting public improvement committee
Civic League m. the Orlando B. Y. P. U. tonight, when :comedy. I
Friday, July p.9. they will render a program in the Four good reels Mutual movies. I ..
Monthly business meeting W. C. T. U. auditorium of the Baptist church, beginning i THE HUMAN INVESTMENTA Don't forget our Keystone come -r .f N :;; j
at Baptist church, 3:30 p. m. at 7:30. After the program'; dies.Five .
Lubin Drama. cents to all. O 4
a social hour will be enjoyed.The I .
GOLFERS, ---- --- -- -- --- --
Winter Garden Union is wide .
ATTENTION! a C. W. Smith left yesterday for I Look at the watch in our window to be given away
awake in its
organization having
The fourth match play of the sum- Nashville, Mich., where he expects to by the W. 0. \V. as a prize. "
ranks of the most efficient B. Y.
mer series will be played at the Coun- some "WHEN THE TIDE TURNED"A remain until the middle of September.Mrs. r D Our window is full of all kinds of W. O. W. Emblems, .
P. U. workers in the state, an an invitation -
try Club links on Thursday, July 8, Smith, who left Orlando a few I Pins, Rings, Buttons and Charms, both. gold and gold
is extended to all
instead of Thursday, July 15. This., young people Biograph Drama. weeks ago, will join her husband in filled.
of the city as well as to the Bap- 1
change in dates has been made by the Chattanooga and him to
tist denomination to come and hear o accompany
handicap committee in order not to their former home in the Wolverine I ENC ., JEWELERS.YARISN .

conflict with a special match arranged this program. WHEN GRATITUDE IS LOVE State. i [b.AL d1 )
,)If between the Tampa Automobile and AN OPEN __, EOl .
Golf Club and the Orlando Country An Edison Drama. I
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CHALLENGE. -- ---- -
Club, which match will take place in
Orlando on July 15.Thursday's Orlando, Fla., July 6, 1915. FIELD'STODAY Remember, two coats of Patton's 1
Messrs. Paul C. McNeil and Louis Velumina gives results equal to three
match will be the second or four coats of I
Dolive, City.GentlemenIn. ordinary wall
and last match for the month of FOUR GOOD PICTURES paints. Remember, it needs no sizeor
July, the next match to be played on order to make it surfacer, flows easily, shows no
in interesting during the dull summer laps or brush marks, gives a rich, 1
the first Thursday August.
months and to promote fellowshipand uniform tone, and dries with a film,
The play will commence after one washable and durable.
good feeling in the club, .
o'clock and will consist of an eighteenhole we Agents for high-grade varnishes,
hereby challenge to five 5 cents 10 cents
you friendly paints and wallpaper.
medal play contest; all partici- CHOCOLATE
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be given any consideration by those
in charge. "THE PIT"Featuring
Below is given the names and han-
one of the world's CANTALOUPE SUNDAE t
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dicaps of all players entered in Thurs-
day's tournament.J. most famous actors, Wilton 10 cents
\ D. Barnes, 20; S. Y. Way, 24; ROOF GARDEN.The NEW ICE COMPANYPHONE j
Jas. L. Giles, 26; T. H. Evans, 16; A. Roof Garden was the scene of Lackye.
L. Cole, 30; S. K. Guernsey, 14; J. L. one of the gayest dances of the sum-
Guernsey, 16; T. P. Warlow, 16; H. C. mer social season last night. The 675
Dann, 14; Louis Dolive, 10; P. C. Mc-
Neil, 14; C. B. Robinson, 14; J. R. "younger set" were out in force and CLUB SANDWICHES A

Yearby, 14; Jas. W. Windham, 26; enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Mc- SPECIALTY 'j
L. B. Giles, 30; W. W. Wright, 26; Intosh's orchestra furnished the mu- ROOf GARDEN(
A. Haden, 30; M. O. Overstreet, 26;
sic and the night was far before
gone !
Delivery starts
W. C. Essington, 30; J. P. Holbrook,
24; E. H. Johnson, 24; W. S. Branch, "Home, Sweet Home" called a halt to
Jr., 30; Dr. J. W. Stagg, 16; C. G.' the merry making. Mrs. Mulhollaqd' TODAY
Westcott, 30; S. W. Howe, 26; A. C. chaperoned the party. Monday July 5th
Hart, 18.Don't .
forget that the next match is A
to be on Thursday, July 8, instead of NOTICE, REBEKAHS.All "THE CIRCUS GIRL'S RO- UNTIL 12 P.M. j
Rebekahs of Orlando
Thursday, July -0-15. Lodge No. 12 are requested Rebekah to be :MANCE" Wait for our wagon. We think you will a

FLAG TOURNAMENT AT present at the next regular meeting, Complete in two big acts. :Marie
Thursday, July 8, at 7:30 p. m. sharp. like our ioe. I
Walcamp and Wellington Play- Come in and snook around a bit.
work five
Degree on candidates. Installation -
Few places in the vicinity of the 1
of officers. Refreshmentswill ter. Bison 101."WHERE !
city are more delightful in which to j
be served. All visiting Rebekahs v- ____
spend an outdoor holiday than the

Country Club, and many of the mem- welcome. \ i
bers availed themselves of the oppor- Mrs. M. F. Zeller Noble Grand. IGNORANCE ISBLISS" FlANK A. CPRHS
tunity afforded them and enjoyed a
"safe and sane" celebration of Inde- ANNOUNCEMENT.Sunny .

pendence day. The flag tournamentwas South Camp No. 7615 Royal Ernest Shields, Eddie Boland. Established 1886 1
the biggest event of the day at Neighbors of America will meet next 1

the club and was enthusiastically I Wednesday night, June 14, at 7:30 p. Joker Comedy. 1

played. Mr. Frank Guernsey won the m. All members are urgently requested -

prize, a handsome Italian marble to attend this meeting.By "LITTLE CURTIS Lei O'NEAL 1
clock donated by Mr. T. H. Evans. order of the Recorder, Kath- .

Others playing were Kendrick Guern- erine Dennis. drama of cleverness. Olive

sey, J. L. Guernsey, Dr. J. W. Stagg, -
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Robert Duckworth, T. P. Warlow, C. Misses Bessie and Lassie
B. Robinson, N. P. Yowell, B. Drew, Keene, who have for the past week REAL ESTATE RENTALS

T. H. Evans, Dan Beidler, Dick- Continued
Harry ( on page 8)) Box of Ladies' Linen Hand-
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DISASTEROUS EFFECTS OF orously with the pest and has cleanedso APOPKA ITEMS i W. O. W. attended the memorial service -

TICK ON CATTLE much of its teritory that the aver- in Orlando last Sunday.

r Washington, D. C. -After an eight age value for cattle has rissen to Apopka, Fla, July Practically Mrs. Will King and two interestinglittle

. months' fight, the foot and mouth dis- $42.00 a head. In Florida, on the every one from Apopka attended the daughters have gone to Fort DISCOUNT ON FURNITURE
ease has been practically stamped other hand, where no systematicwork Independence day celebration in Kis- i Pierce where she joins her husband

i out and the danger of another great has as yet been done, the average simmee Monday, two passenger coaches who has accepted a position there on

r destructive animal plague averted. is $18.00 being required to carry the crowd.D. the Fort Pierce News. We regret to

For this the country has reason to be One reason for the low average of W. Clark, as a representative of lose this estimable family from our To reduce our stock as much as

t' thankful, for American live stock already .Southern cattle is unquestionably the the Apopka board of trade, was in midst, but are glad to know that Mr. much as possible by the 15th will
suffers from disease to an extent disastrous effect of the tick upon all Orlando Monday and appeared before King has secured a permanent posi- ,

of which few persons are fully I attempts to improve the breed. Purebred the board of county commissioners, tion with this plant. give a .J'-v ,*

,- aware. Hog cholera, tuberculosis, i stock imported for breeding pur- requesting them to hard surface the J. J. Anderson, wife and family,
(: and the cattle tick cause an annual poses are exposed to such danger of road between Apopka and Clarcona. and Mrs. B. F. Wilson and children Discount of 25 Per Centoff

loss to the country which reaches sot death from tick fever that it is not This is one of the worst pieces of expect to spend several days camp-
r high into the millions of dollars thatit sound business to incur the risk. Producers road now in the county and should be ing at Wekiwa Springs within the our regular cash price on any

t- is almost impossible even for are, therefore, compelled to do remedied. next few days.H. .

'. trained statisticians to estimate it. the best they can with the native cat- Apopka furnished a large share of H. Witherington, president of goods in store.Hammond.

The direct loss in deaths can be computed tle, which have acquired a certain the crowd that assembled at Zellwood I the American Realty company, reports -
r with reasonable accuracy, but degree of immunity. That there is no Saturday for a picnic where every : sales of some four or five small
I' the indirect losses which agriculture profit in scrubs is an old cattle raisers one had a day of real pleasure and farms near town within the past
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and in this connection ore
j. in all its branches suffers whenever maxim a com- comfort. Zellwood did herself proudin week.
L and wherever there is a scarcity off parison of average weights of beef entertaining the large crowd in

stock can not be reckoned at all. cattle may be interesting.In such an admirable manner. WARSAW HOSPITALS FULL OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .

I Hog cholera and tuberculosis pre- Florida, on January 1, 1915, it I I G. Harod, our city marshal, has GAS VICTIMS
Ava and Church;
Orange SI.. Orlando. Fla.
was 340 pounds; in Wyoming, 985; in .
. cattle
| vail throughout the country; taken a few days vacation and is enjoying -
t ticks are confined to one section-the Idaho, 966; in Montana, 938; in Mississippi the surf bathing at Pass-a- Warsaw.-From yesterday after-

}*i South. Hog cholera and tuberculosis it was 550; in Alabama, 500; Grille. He is expected at home,now noon through the night all available ...
present problems which science has I in Louisiana, 471; in Georgia, 419. any day. ambulances, sanitary wagons and

: not yet thoroughly solved; cattle ticks I It Outside of the tick country, Connecticut -I Walter Newell and wife have goneto tram cars, the latter specially rigged ...11111111111111111111111111111111.11111111'.111..1111I.
t already have been eliminated in an. was the one state to fall below I. New York, Boston and other East- into ambulances, have been carrying I.. 1 I ..

area of more than 253,288 square 600 pounds. ern points where they will spend some victims of the German gas attacks Attention Auto Owners!
\ \
There of other factors \ \
miles and can be eliminated in the are, course five or six weeks before their returnto from the south to the many hospitalsin ,
t- rest of the infested territory when- than the tick' in the raising of beef : their home here. this city.

ever the people really determine to in the South, but in view of these fig- Among those who motored into Orlando In one hospital 300 beds were occupied -

! rid themselves of the pest. ures, it is hard to escape from the Monday were Rev. E. Lee by men with liver colored I AUTO SERVICE STATION I.
conclusion that wherever the tick is
t It is no secret that the amount of Smith, Postmaster W. S. Eldredge, faces, bloodshot eyes, nearly lifeless, ;
there the value of cattle is low.
live stock in the country by no means and son, A. S. Eldredge. but with open mouths, gasping for I, a
i has kept pace with the growth ofF It follows, also, that the farmer Work of constructing the new side- breath. Six victims died in the am- : 14 E. CHURCH STREET :I.: ;
population. For many years it actually makes little effort to develop this walk around the city park lot is pro- bulances en route from the Warsaw-
t- decreased, and although the oft source of profit, or what would be a gressing nicely under Contractor W. Vienna railway station. Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil := :

ficial figures for January 1, 1915, source of profit under other circum- L. Pannell, who is an expert whenit Injection of a camphor solution under :
i- show a slight increase over the corresponding stances. Not only does he himself comes to building sidewalks, and the skin appears to be the most POLISHED I i:

2 ones for 1914, this increase suffer financially in consequence, directly we have no ears but what the job will effective treatment so far discovered.The Prompt Service Personal Attention ,.
from the loss of income and
L is far from proportionate tot be pushed to completion in an alto- gas appears to have the effect of
that in population. The price of meat indirectly through loss of soil fertili- gether satisfactory manner. turning the blood of the victim inky : Second Hand Cars Bought-and Sold .I-.

has risen steadily and the future of ty, but the whole country suffers Mrs. I. I. Turner and little daughter black. The patients lie motionless,

t the country's supply has become a from an inadequate meat supply. Grace, are visiting her parents in seemingly in a stupor, the heavy : : Freeman V. D. 'Phillips, Manager ;: :
matter of grave concern. For this reason, the Federal govern- Orlando this week. breathing interrupted from time to \h

l. Greater production of live stock ment is as vitally interested in the Several of the local members of the time by a racking cough. iMIMiMMMIMMMMIMMMMMMIMMMM 1 '
. would work of tick eradication, as it is in
upon the undoubtedly go
1 far toward solving the problem. This the suppression of hog cholera, and :
( is especially true of the South. In the prevention of tuberculosis.
. an estimate quoted recently by the Throughout the tick infested territory, Where Shall I Go To School?

secretary of agriculture, it was stated wherever the people have voted to ORLANDO ROOFINGAND ::
that the average farm home in Geor- free themselves from the tax the
: gia produced less than one-twelfth of pest levies upon them, Federal in FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY ,
spectors are co-operating with the WOMEN Gainesville, Fla.
r a beef in the course of a year for
local authorities and organizations in Tallahassee, Fla. SHEET METAL CO.
each person on it. Instead of producing Highest standards, ranking with the j
the erection of vats and the Standard the those of the
supervision same as
I beef sell the of the
ji to to rest largest and best Universities of the \
best colleges and universities in the
of regular systematic
I dipping. j
country, the South imports much of North and East.
:As fast as territory is cleaned, the I Metal Slate Tile Tin
what it consumes. Modern buildings and equipment; Asbestos
378 students last session. Total en- ,
For this condtion of affairs quarantine is removed from it and all modern conveniences.
spe- stock owners in the community thus 437 students regular term; 163 rollment 630, including Summer and Rubber
cailists hold two things responsible Roofings x
enabled to market their cattle summer term; total enrollment last School.
on an
, cotton and ticks. The danger in a session 636.Tuition .
g one-crop system of agriculture has equal footing with stock from other Free in College and Nor Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per Cornices, SkyUghls..Heating Ventilating, Metal Ceilings ;i
now been made apparent and there sections of the country. As has already mal School. semester for law.
been said For Catalogue and information,
253,288 miles
are many farmers who would gladly square I For further information, addressA. '
, have been freed in this way since the writeEDWARD I Works: 14 E. Church St. .ORLANDO!- .
abandon it if some substitute were CONRADI, President. MURPHREE, President.For .
beginning of the work in 1906, and in
available. But in any sound system ..
addition much useful work i
has been
; of agriculture live stock is indispensable -
and while the cattle tick flour- done in areas still under quaratine. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMii .
Within fifteen years, if the same rate
; ishes the production of cattle is not
. of progress is maintained, the entire .
The in .
; an inviting prospect. grower .
should be free ,_ '
country ticky cat-
a tick-infested country labors undera SELLING
crushing handicap. His cattle weigh tle a forgotten evil. But there is
every reason to believe that as the
less and bring less per pound than
t' those of his competitor in tick-free evidence against the tick piles up,

sections.In progress will become more and more i Sale HAYGRAIN .

Alabama and Mississippi, for example rapid. It can not be too rapid for the '. I
good of the entire country.
the average price for beef on

the hoof was, on January 1, 1915, FEED i
only 4 cents a pound. In Connecticut SALT AND QUININE MAKE
it was 8.4, and in no tick-free SUGAR SWEETER J

state was it as low as 5 cents. The Granulated sugar tastes sweet. ,
average price of beef cattle over two Powder it in a mortar and it will Is Our Business
years old was $20 in Alabama and taste less sweet. Owing to this factit Five-room house I
-*22 in Mississippi. It was $64 in Wyoming is hard to convince some people

and $60 in Montana. Vermont, that powdered sugar is not adul- The Co-Operative Produce Co. .
with an average of $39, was the only terated, although this practice, easily and lot or will
tick-free state in which the price was detected, is practically unknown at W. S. DeWITT. M'c'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447 :

below $40. In North Carolina, South present, writes George W. Rolfe in

Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, the Science Conspectus. A quarterof trade and pay i
and Arkansas-all more or less tick- a grain of quinine mixed into a .
infested-the average price was be- pound of granulated sugar is said to j
low $30.Such make it taste sweeter. Common salt i cash difference ; .

differences are too striking to in small quantities will improve the
be ignored. They represent an annual sweetness of cake and other sweet
for better
loss to the farmers of the Southof foods, as all cooks know. property i

millions of dollars. The Georgia Raw sugars, even when they con-

farmer may expect to receive $18 for tain negligible quantities of the close in. Owner DIRECTOR :

his beef animal, the Ohio farmer $56; sweeter mother syrups, taste distinctly fAll
Kentucky, Kansas, and Indiana men, sweeter than granulated sugar, although .
$54. For the ten tick-infested states, their actual sugar content is j

North and South Carolina, Georgia, I less. This is due to the salts and extractive -

Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana matter in the raw product, i calls answered Promptly Dayor t
,f Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas and it is why many cooks sigh for
the general average is $25.90; for the old fashioned open kettle sugar Night. Hand Block. .
the remainder of the country it is and even prefer the refiners' imita- OSCAR HAND & SON I
$48.47. In considering these figures tion goods to granulated in making
Orlando Florida.PHONE
\ it must be borne in mind that many their apple pies. .
of the states in the tick country have Complete House FurnishersMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Y

succeeded in freeing large areas from Only a few days ago a young lady 639. RESIDENCE.. PHONE 457 1.

the pest. Otherwise, the differencesin lost her purse with a week's salary
values undoubtedly would be much therein. She was very much worriedbut
greater. A great deal of North and she did the very best thing under

South Carolina, for instance, is as the circumstances. She placed a want

free from ticks as Ohio or Indiana. ad. in the Sentinel and-her purse Sentinel Want Ads Get Results !}
Oklahoma has also grappled so vig- was returned!


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The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want
ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando. OF

Terms Cash in Advance.

Cement, Agatite Plaster and LimeREMEMBER For One Day RATES______________25t G GROCERIESSATURDAY( ( BUTTER Fresh. MILK Every Day.

For Three Days _______-___SOc 5c. per glass .
For Six Days ______________75c 25c. per gallon v
For One Month ____________$2.50 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 Fresh Homemade ;
will be one cent per word for SANDWICHES
each additional word, for each in- PIES AND CAKES
sertion.If AND
you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be MONDAYCaruthers '
payable the following day. ARCADEMILKDEPOTt 1

c Every Home-Every Business!
Every Man has use for a 1
Sentinel Want Ad. 1j

& Gore Dr. S. S. Jones 1

FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or graduate Davenport College, 17 and 1
unfurnished, 7 room house; large 18 Yowell-Ducfcworth building; phone
209. Intelligent
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62& people everywhereare
befog restored
188 nice lawn in fruit to health by chiropractic -
by ; ; complete
and flowers. 205 Liberty street. Forget Us adjustments, the new scienceof
WE AIM TO PLEASE. We want users ef Gas to be con- 6-19-1moc removing the cause of disease. Examination i
free. 12-24-lmo::!
tented and happy. We want them convinced that Gas is the best FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top ]
and wind shield, at Ford Garage. when in
fuel. 7-3-tf SURVEYINGPlating J

We want them to be boosters instead of knockers. FOR SALE-Cheao if taken at once, need of and Sub-Dividing
one roll top desk; one desk chair;
Then more people will use gas-and more peeople will be glad one 12-inch electric fan. L. H. Finley, "
corner Main and Pine streets. 7-2-6t PROMPT AND ACCURATE

your gas service is not all that you think it should be SIX CYLINDER. SEVEN PAS JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction HAL A. IRISH '.
Phone No. 6, and we will find your trouble and remedy it for you.
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf Engineer j

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. -1
one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- GuaranteedOur !
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. PHONE 646
Pricesare For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
or by the year; cheap. T. A.
Yancey. 3-28-tfc BARNARD & SON
able. 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
WANTED-10,000 sweet potato slips, i
cut from vine for settin out. C. "Quality" Our
Hope Arden, Box 626, Orlando, Fla. Annual i
1 73.3t Motto Excursion[

WANTED good milk cows, noth-
) ing under 12 quarts considered.
:::I t .. Jerseys or Guernseys. Address C. D., July2nd
.. care Sentinel. 7-3-6t Connoisseurs Have

_...1:1::. .-,+,0 LOST Qjf fiite lawn dress, from TO
car. Sentinel and get re.733t- JudgmentOn

w $7.00 I $9.00

Notice-Special Sale Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while you wait," at Young's Repair our work and pronounce it to
Shop. 21 1:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc be the most satisfactory obtain- SAVANNAH I CHARLESTON

able, not only in Orlando, but in
To reduce our stock as much as pos- i every section where they have ROUND TRIP FARES FROMORLANDO
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof
BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 i 25 per cent. off our regular cash :travelled. Take advantage of
price on any goods in store. Ham- your best institutions.

And continuing for two weeks mond & Gore. 6-5-tf i Orlando VIA


: 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I buy, sell rent, and exchange real Steam Laundry .
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
p over 30 years. Have handled over PHONE 88 Standard Railroad of the South

On all Ladies' Skirts $29,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. Tickets JULY|||| 0MR Final.lira.
Millinery, I sold U it July 141;
Kimonas, and House Dresses Whenever you want the best and CLINT BASSPHONE Good on all regular trains
choicest cuts of meat phone L. C. Cox
on Church street and your order will 375 Steel Sleepers, Observation Cars
V: :en's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at be promptly filled. 6-22-tf West Jefferson Street

- No individual with anything to sell' For Information Call on
REATLY REDUCED PRICES or trade can successfully find a buyeror Successor to D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.

trader without the aid of the Sen- Hand Wood CompanyWood W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
tinel want ads. Remember that its OrlandoOSTEOPATH
Come and look at our line the Orlando community. of All Kinds

Phone 333 for your fresh meats. REASONABLE PRICE* i
/I Quality and service our motto. Cox's ,
WINTER GARDEN, FLA. Meat Market, Church street. 6-22-tf DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER '

e HOOSIER SPRING WATER for sale Office corner Orange Avenue and
.-, 'J at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gal- Cut Flowers !Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg.
--- I lons, delivered to your home. City Phone 419.
Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf

To Open Easy 'To Close I NOTICE and Plants

ColOllial l ] Hill I I .. "

t Proof, Moderate In Price ning The, partnership painting and of decorating Davis and,Man-has Floral Designs ,

been dissolved, and notice is hereby W
given that W. L. Davis will not be
liable for any debts incurred by said ;:
: u'v You hear about Colonial Dell Florist. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
; tr1o _
t ..fluid I
h You read about Colo- Located in the Arcade Building J. M. CARUTHERS AND DO ALL KINDS OF
too All work guaranteed and neat- Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. ornrAT.REPAIRINGThe

nial Hills.
C ly done. Our work is the best
: : Y
You talk about Colo- :and our prices are the lowest.

: ..-rj.. This is the place to have your
..... nial Hills. old clothes made. new. Orlando Meat Market .
: .
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Sooner or later you Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit T. A. YANCY, Manager

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit A
will buy in Colonial pressed _____________40c. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ChoiceFlorida

i Eola Box Filelesirable Hills. Why not NOW! All Palm Beaches scrubbedand and Western Meats

i pressed ___________50c
It: will give you satis- Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
to your cffice outfit. Telex .
faction and profit. We do ladies' work also. Giveus Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
''c will bring one around and show you.
a trial and be convinced. /Business 135 P. 0. BOX a6 -
W. S. BRANCH, Clothes called for and delivered. PHONES \Residence 133 Cor. Orange Avv nd Church: St.r. s


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%% afternoon Miss Hazel for Tampa Mattox where left yesterday she will

i visit her mother.

r Baseball Wednesday and Thursday, jf
i Tampa vs. Orlando, at the Driving SPEND -f
i ored.Park.) Game called at 3 p. m.7-7-2tc(Col I- ,

Mrs. Mary E. Alexander, who has
been visiting at the home of Dr. and
r IndependenceMeans Mrs. W. C. Person, returned yester-
day to DeLand. 1

/ Freedom Your Money L

t. every Savings$1.00.checks are worth $1.04 77tfD. for

W. Rouse, one of the well known .
THE POWER and value of courage and I citizens of the Lake Howell section,
character stands out boldly in the man who, transacted business in Orlando )'es- Yet Keep It
through his thrift and steadfastness of pur- terday. i
r, pose grows financially independent, for
money is the mighty force that makes for "Let's meet at Butt's."
independence of thought and action.
I J. R. Pounds, of Ocoee, was among
dollar in this
Every you deposit long established -
I bank begins to earn another dollar the out of town visitors mingling bus- .t :
iness with pleasure in Orlando yes HOW n
at once. Your money multiplies at 4

per cent and starts you fairly, squarely, terday.E. A portion of every dollar you spend with the below merchants !11
safely and soundly on the way to indepen-
dence. A dollar opens an account. P. Thagard, state bank exam- has already been deposited with us for you.
iner, is spending a few days in Or- t
lando on business connected with his Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery. tl 1
office. W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs. .
I Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room. .:t
; THE STATE BANK City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
Savings checks collected is money Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies. .tJ
OF in the bank. 7-7-tf John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market. ,..,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA J. L. Femberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc. "!
Mrs. Jas. N. Burden left last nighton Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept. ;
i "Saving Means Safely"lik the 12:30 train for Allenport, Pa., avenue and Arcade building. Store. '
I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co. It'i
where she will spend the remainder of J. A. Caplinger, Electrician.
the summer.

s Mr. and Mrs. 'V. M. Stimmel, who jl'
have been spending some time in Or- Jli
L lando, departed yesterday afternoonfor .
their home in Nebraska.J. : .
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R. Davis, the popular commercial The Peoples National Bank 'itlC
representative of the Curry-Smith
--- ---- ----
company, left yesterday for Valdosta, \
I Ga., in the interest of that firm. ll1
1- ){ 1
1f Ask for savings checks; they are MM I . . HIMHIIiin i i I i M 11 H 111111M 111 i 1111111II1111114*J"
your money in the bank. 7-7-tf '"
It's An.Economy To 'i. '141
f : Martin F. Zeller and wife will leave 11'11'111"1"111'1 111'111"1'1"1"1"11".i- ,t}
Saturday for Cincinnati, where aftera ,
i B"ELDER"Now! short stop they will go to Deep : ;
t River, Conn., to remain until fall.

Mrs. Chas. Kanner and daughter, 4x -4
Miss Ruth, who have been visitingMr.
and Mrs. Harry Kanner, returnedto
their home in Sanford yesterday.Mr. .

and Mrs. J. O. Lucius and fam- 1 Runabout, overhauled repainted, i..1

ily, who have been spending some

r\\ time at DeLepn ,Springs, returned to shock absorbers ( 0 K f :
their home i ,,' x-r yesterday. new top, J |
f Water k i
Spring # -
Savings ch\,- oi in the fully equipped, at ip r .
bank.J. -tf

H. Picton and C. H. Jones, of
Is standard for Runabout Speedster repainted
a Zellwood, were among the representative ,
citizens of west Orange looking
purity, aids digestion after business matters at the county electric lights new tires throughout. 5
seat yesterday. ,
and eliminates

acidity. :: :: Father Joseph, of St. Leo College, : Fast and in per- d 0 K f|

noon arrived to in relieve Orlando Father yesterday Fox, of after-St. :. feet condition, for O O U UI

r This being accomplished a world of sick' James Catholic church, who is on a : I"I

ness is saved. Nature provided Spring Waterkfd'Y well earned vacation. : : : .

and Spring Water alone for mankind and : i"J;'
"Let's meet at Butt's."
nothing can take its place. I !
San Juan Garage Company
A. B. McNeice, vice-president of /
the H. C. Schrader company, Jacksonville I
who is spending timeat ,0 :
his grove in Clermont, some transacted 1, II' . 1 II I II II .It . R I ... I . II I I liHMMi > | < ii||.P ,

business in Orlando ----
yesterday. j
Elder Spring Water Co. 14- -T
How many savings checks have YOU <: :
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Unusual legal expressions are often passed over
(Continued from page 5)) "
as of no interest to the layman. "Intestate, how-
been visiting their sister-in-law, Mrs.R. .
ever, is a term that may have a bearing on the
D. Keene, at 312 Lake street, leave i';, v 1k
welfare of every one.
today for Jacksonville, from which
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at"IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII"1 I point Miss Bessie will sail Thursdayon An "Intestate" is one who fails to provide for the
board the Merchants and Miners disposition of property and leaves no will. Unwilled -
;;.- : liner Lexington for Philadelphia. property is disposed of according to the
Lassie Keene will make Jacksonville Intestate Laws.
her home for the future. This Company assists individuals to correctly
word a will; also acts as sole or co-executor undera
Mrs. J. B. Magruder yesterday afternoon will.

Valuable Diamond Lost entertained the Younger Matrons UNWILLED s +. t'
Card Club. The high score was r- t
won by Mrs. David Fishback. Miss To put off writing one's will is to leave undone an
Jean Person and Mrs. W. M. Glenn important duty.
..,- were the guests. A salad course was Unwilled propery is divided in accordance with Y yi yt

How often this appears in the newspapers, the result served and the afternoon was most the provisions of the Intestate Laws, which provisions '

of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby enjoyable. may be entirely at variance with the own- : .9
having it examined at our store at least once every er's wishes. --- __ i
There will be a meeting of the pub-
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds lic improvement committee of the This Company writes wills clearly, expressing the

of manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin Civic League at the San Juan, Thurs- testator's wishes in correct legal phraseology;
wills without charge if desired -
seals and safely keeps
our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's day afternoon at 4 o'clock. t.,
executes the provisions of the P E +
positively 2 ti
profit. A trial will convinec you.T. Mrs. Seth Woodruff, chairman.0 will if; appointed to do so. :
-0- n 3Orlaildo
Further information on request. r
R. D. Keene will leave Thurs-
for Miami, where ehe will join her -,
husband. After a week's stay in

r H. EVANS lando.Miami they- will DoctorsBuckiuastiT'motor back to -Or-.. n BanK & Trust t P u m an Iz

JEWELERr & Brundiige( ORLANDO, FLORIDA S -;y.-.: -

r OSTEOPATHS Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over 'Three,;

Personal Klrksville Instruction Mo. under Dr. Stillat Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00. .....,:

132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples ,.j..-.
3i IMMM IMM( National Bank. Phone 578. -


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