The morning sentinel

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The morning sentinel
Uniform Title:
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
June 19, 1915
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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6 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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South Florida sentinel
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Terrific Artillery Duel Is SevereA i
Continuous Tornado of i

Shells and HighExplosives 1 MAY \Of\[ ADDfD SOON


London, June 18.The great French
drive about Arras and Alsace con- PAID TO LIE ONE MONTH IS.'s NEW POLICY "GET-;

. Following its impetuous initial ad- I I I u. s. DEMANDS A MODIFICATIONNote ONERQOMTOOTDEDI25FTHardware OF BEING WRECKED

vance against Souchez and Neuville, Beloved Orlando Woman Departed CLOSING SESSION

the left wing of the army has todayset

about strengthening the positionsthus ternoon Life at Yesterday 5 O'clock Af- Will Be Equally as Strongto Company Will Occupy I I GEN. CARRANZA IS STANDING FIRM
while the artillery keptup Several'ell Known
gained Druggists
Great Britain as the Rooms Now Rented by Jas. I
a continuous tornado of shells and Today Receive Recognition-Mt.
high explosives to discourage German Recent Notes to L. Giles and BarberShop I And the Villa Government Ac-
Dora Man Is PrizeWinner
Orlando citizens were grieved
Germany President of
to hear of the death of Mrs. cuses Being
The German batteries, however, replied evening

... with a fierce bombardment, and John E. Groves which occurred yes- New York, June 18. Gustav Stahl, Another improvement on Orange Inconsistent-Force
Jacksonville June 19.-The electionof
a duel of big guns was precipitatedwhich terday afternoon at 5 o'clock.lrs. who said he saw four guns aboard the avenue was announced yesterday by Met: With Force
officers and the selection of
i Tampaas
was almost equal in fury to the Groves was sixty-seven years old. Lusitania just before she sailed on Mr. Jos. L. Guernsey, who will make '
terrific cannonade of yesterday when Her husband's death occurred in in his blockat the place of the next annual meet- June 18.-Political and
I her tragic voyage, was indicted for some sweeping changes Washington,
the French batteries alone fired con- March and was very sudden. The de- perjury today by the United States the corner of Orange and Church ing of the Florida State Pharmaceutical -' other conditions in Mexico, which

tinually during 24 hours an average ceased had resided in Orlando for six :grand jury. streets. The contractors are \les5's. Association were the features of present the grave possibility of a total -

, of more than 200 shells per minute. years and was well known, having a I' Stahl said he was paid to tell the Townsend and Ange, and the work the closing session of that organization -I wreck of the United States, get-

Against the Rhine positions the large circle of friends who are grievedto alleged falsehood, according to federal will be finished in a month. at Atlantic Beach Thursday af I together policy, demanded earnest

French made a fresh advance to- hear of her departure. I' officials, by men close to the office Twenty-two feet from the north I I ternoon. I consideration today by President Wilson -

day when they crossed the Fecht, in Mrs. Groves' maiden name was Bet- of Captain Boyed, a naval attache wall of the Guernsey block, the pres- The officers elected were as fol I and the cabinet. Carranza is
tie Van Pelt. She born lows1.. M. Taylor, of Tampa,
i pres-
Alsace, and occupied by their advance Hope was lof the German embassy.U. ent wall will be extended 125 feet to I standing firm and rejecting the get-
the outskirts of MetzeraLThe August 25, 1847, at Versailles, Ky. ident; \V. A. Rawls, of Pensacola, :
guards the alley line. The rooms now in this together plan, while the state department -
French gunners and riflemen, January 22, 1867, she was united in S. Note to Great Britain section, Jas. L. Giles' real'! estate office first vice-president; E. G. Coe, of I received today a reply from the
John E. Groves who Hastings, second vice-president; D.
to ,
according to the French midnight marriage Washington, June 18.-Lord Grej, and a barber shop will be consoli- :conventionist or Villa government
several months sud- G. Brown, of Lakeland, third vice-
communique, have now brought under passed away ago I the British minister of foreign affairs dated into one large room which will I practically accusing President Wilson

their fire the German communications denly. Mr. Groves was a well known I will be advised of the forthcomingnote be occupied by the Jos. I... Guernsey president; Joseph II. Houghton, of !of inconsistency, and intimating that
real estate dealer. In October, 1909, Palatka, secretary; \V.1.. Johnson,
between Metzeral and Munster, the :
of this government to Great hardware store now in the corner force will be met by force.
Mr. and :Mrs. Groves removed to Or- of Gainesville, treasurer. i
base, and the position of theKaiser's I
German Britain on the rights of neutral shipping room of the block. Besides this there was forced on
lando where they made their resi-' Executive committee members: G.
forces at this point is reported I and that Great Britain will be The new location will give the hard- :the government the necessity of increasing -
dence. They were members of the W. Ramsaur, of Palatka; William D.
to be extremely criticaL expected to translate into early action ware company excellent quarters. The i j the number of ships in east-
Presbyterian church. Jones, of Jacksonville' and Macon
her promises of favors to American room will have a width of twentytwofeet :ern Mexican waters. Secretary Dan
Cotton Mills Labor Dispute Arbitrated The children surviving are the Rev.C. I ships and her expressed desire not to and will be 125 feet in length. Thornton, of Orlando. o iels admitted this afternoon that more ..
O. Groveof Memphis, Ter.n. The distribution of prizes in the
London, June 18.-It is od icially announced ; I interfere generally with American The entire front will be altered as !warships have been ordered to the
I Mrs. N. D. Brown, of Mount Sterling, contest resulted in E. E. Coe, of Hastings -
that, with a view of settlingthe commerce. will the other fronts in the block. On east coast of Mexico, and the marietta -
Ky., and the Misses Minnie and Marian receiving a trip to the San Fran-
Lancashire cotton mills labor dispute Unofficially this government has the second floor directly above the I is already on her way to Vera Cruz
Groves, of Orlando. cisco Exposition. W. Stewart, of
the employers' and workers' or- been informed that Great Britain, in new room will be the hardware stor- from Boston. She is a gunboat, and
The funeral services will be held at Jacksonville, a trip to Xew York city;
ganizations have accepted the sug- order to minimize the force of the age rooms. another vessel' of the same type will
the home this afternoon at four and Henry Parramore, of this city,
gestion of Walter Runciman, presi- note she expects to get, will reassert The room which will be vacated by sail as soon as possible.
o'clock, the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg the third prize. These prizes were
dent of the Board of Trade, to refer that the various detentions and ob- the Guernsey Hardware company will This action by the navy departmentwas
officiating. The pall bearers N. donated by the Groover-Stewart Drug
the matter to an arbitration committee are structions to ships of neutrals has not be entirely remodelled. It will be fit- taken on the suggestion of Ad-
P. Yowell, John Rowland, Alfred company, of this city; the Tampa
meanwhile the mills which have materially hampered American trade. ted into business rooms, and into miral Caperton, in command of the
Bumby W. R. O'Neal, Phil Siemens, Drug company, the Tampa-Cuba Cigar -
been shut down since the trouble be- The object of the new Americannote these new rooms Mr. Giles will remove American squadron at Vera Cruz. 3
and James Magruder. Undertaker Facto, and President. M.
gan will resume work. 1 is that diplomatic pressure shall his real estate office, and pro- Admiral Caperton has been follow-
Hand has charge of all arrangements. I Taylor, of Tampa. Dr. T. G. Smith,
II be as apparently strong against Eng- visions have been made to take care ing very closely the political and fam-
I of Madison, won the prize for the
W. C. T. U. PROTESTS USE OF land in the new representations as of the barber shop. On the second ine conditions on the east coast and
BASEBALL RESULTS oldest druggist at the convention, and
CHAMPAGNE TO CHRISTEN they have been against Germany in floor there will be several modern of- expects serious trouble, probably in
M. O. Johnson, of Mount Dora, took
ARIZONA the last notes of this government. fices, light, airy and well ventilated, the near future. While the officials j
National League the trophy for being the youngest.
England will be asked to accept the with all conveniences.The say they will only send light draft a
Pittsburgh 7, New York 5.
Chicago.-Anna A. Gordon, presi- Cincinnati-Philadelphia, rain. American view of international law old warehouse to the east of AGED COUPLE SHOT TO DEATHBY vessels, the opinion is growing in

dent of the National Woman's Chris- St. Louis 3, Boston 2. in the same way that Germany has the present hardware store will be UNKNOWNS naval circles that eventually warshipsof

tian Temperance Union, today tele- Chicago-Brooklyn, rain. been asked to accept the president's razed, and for the present time no Pensacola, Fla.-A telephone rres- a larger type trust be added to s,

graphed Secretary Daniels at Wash- American League construction of international law. building will be placed on the vacant sage from the Santa Rosa Sound section Admiral Caperton's command. _I

ington, saying: the temperance union, One feature of the forthcoming note lot. However Mr.
Boston 3, St. Louis 1. Guernsey may repeated over the government
"with 500,000 members, believes you Washington 3, Detroit 5. will be a demand of free seas for neutral later improve this lot with a fine up forestry line early today, says that TWILIGHT SLEEP BENEFITS !

will exert all possible influence Philadelphia, Chicago 11. trade and Great Britain will be to date building, making the entire Peter Weyman and wife, an aged cou- MOTHERS y

against the use of alcoholic liquors in Only three scheduled. asked to modify her blockade, whichat corner one of the finest in Orlando. ple reported to be wealthy, were shot _

the christening of the Arizona," the Federal League its best has never been regardedby The Western Union office, W. W. to death in bed at their home there Chicago-In the last two months 0 a

new battleship to be launched at the Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh 9. this government as effective. Wright's and Ben Salomon's stores late last night. Their assailant fired seventy-five babies have been brought j

New York navy yard. Baltimore 17, Kansas City 10. will remain where they are now lo through a screened window. into the world without their mothers OJ;

t As Arizona is a prohibition state, Newark 2, St. Louis 12. .MRS. ELIZABETH. REED DIES cated. The fronts of each will be re The Weymans came to Florida four suffering, at the County hospital, by

various other protests have been Buffalo 0, Chicago 8. Chicago.-Mrs. Elizabeth Myrtle modelled and greatly improved. A years ago from Illinois. means of "twilight sleep," brought I'

made against the use of champagnein Southern League need, the novelist, and herself a wide- new sidewalk will also supplant the County officials have gone to the about by the use of common nitrous

the christening. The navy depart- Memphis 7, Chattanooga 3. ly known authoress, is dead at her old walk now in front of the building. scene of the murder. No arrests have oxide gas, or ordinary "laughing gas." ;

ment announced yesterday that the Birmingham 5, New Orleans 4. home here today at the age of 72 Several thousand dollars will be expended been made. Every mother and baby is alive and

question would be left to Governor Mobile 6, Atlanta 7. years. Mrs. Reed's researches in Ori- on this latest improvementand well. Doctors at the hospital declare

Hunt to decide. Only three scheduled. ental literature are known throughout within a month the entire block OUL.XDOIEX: HAVE NARROW the treatment is just as efficacious as I

South Atlantic League the world. will' take on a new appearance. ESCAPE OUTSKIRTS the scopalamin "twilight sleep"

COLLECTORIARTI:\ WILL SOON Jacksonville 9, Columbia 2. I OF KISSLMMEE methods brought to this country from .

BE ABLE TO TAKE IT EASY Albany 5, Augusta 3. Kissimmee, Fla., June 18.-While Germany. a!

Columbus 8, Charleston 1. Budapest Like Hour Grasslands; traveling from Orlando in the direc- The gas is used in small quantitiesand

Following the recent tax sale Col- Savannah 14, Macon 11. tion of :Kissimmee, the automobile is administered only as it is need-

lector W. E. Martin has been very Of War Congest Its Narrow Neck owned and driven by R. A. Craig, of ed to allay the mother's pain. The

t busy making out his report. This FIRE DESTROYED FOUR ROOM Orlando, left the road at an unseen patient, according to the doctors, is

t report will be finished the coming HOUSE YESTERDAY curve and gave its two occupants a always sufficiently conscious to tell

week and will be forwarded at I severe jolting. The machine was almost the doctor nurse in attendance the
once Yesterday morning shortly after 2 Bucharest.-Budapest rattles with I forsaken them. They pull their vivid orf
f to the state comptroller. The tax col- clock an alarm of fire was turned in war flurry. The bustling activity colored kerchiefs close down over totally wrecked after leaving instant she senses any pain, and more
lector and his office force have been the road and traveling about a hun- is administered. Mothers
gas treatedin
that behind in
and the department rushed to 411 never ceases an army I' their eyes while wandering the
"having troubles of their own" the dred feet over a ditch and rough this manner are almost immediately
Chapman street. Owing to the blockage the field fills every moment of the streets. The white, once clean, em- -
past few weeks, in preparing for and I of both Church and South streets day and night. The city might be I broidered dresses are sadly bedrag- ground, and it is considered miracu- able to nurse their babies. Theyare

making out this final report of the the fire fighters were forced to takea likened to the narrow neck of an hour gled. The stout shoes are worn. lous that neither of the occupants not faint from sickness or pain

annual tax sale but will now have an roundabout way and arrived too glass where the sands of war congest.All The new levies that pow and then sustained injury. and they-are wholly conscious as soon J

opportunity for a breathing spelLBABY late to save the building which was Austria-Hungary, yes, and Germany march the streets add another touchof I FREIGHT WRECK ON .\. C. L. as the operation is over. "

. . s . . on fire. There was no insurance on pour warriors and war material war to the aspect of Budapest. DELAYS TRAFFIC . . . . asS
the house which was the property of through this charmel that it may These are old men and boys the class Traffic on the Atlantic Coast Line
HAD TWO HEADS s be spread beyond the Carpathians. from I BAYONETING TURKS EASY
a negro named Jim Lewis. I years to 50. The older men was delayed for several hours
ARMS, AND THREE LEGS # Wire entanglements of a peculiarly yester- AS PITCHING UA Y. 1
are a gnarled, hard-grained lot, worn
day on account of a south bound
I :PROPERTY VALUATIONS vicious construction lie in broad S 1t
a to gristle and bone with years of freight train runnig t
a cow near
Chicago, ilL-The body of a field around the city. This tells that work in the fields. Nearly all are I Maitland, derailing several cars.0 Cairo.-According to wounded ,

boy child two perfectly formed Ie. A. Boone, city tax assessor, will the fear of the Russian was very real bowed in shoulder, and many are bent mail received men brought here from the Gal- J

heads, four perfect arms, and soon begin the work of listing the to these citizens. It was this fear, of limb. It needs no expert eye to i was yesterday after- lipoli peninsula, an Australian, :

0 three legs, is being exhibited be- property valuations for the current expressed in an anxious cry for aid, see that these men have grown into I noon. S who is renowned for his height f

fore gatherings of medical men year. There will be some increase in that has brought the Prussians who habits of life that the severest mili- THE WEATHER and great strength, jumped into ,

s in Chicago. The child was born the total valuations this but crowd the L Turkish trench and bayoneted
year, now narrow streets. tary training will not be able to erad- Florida: Showers Saturday, except a
# in a hospital, and lived for fifteen these will only be made in the case of There still remains-you meet themin icate. As for the younger elementof fair in northwest portion. Sunday five men in quick succession, .

# minutes. Its mother is 33 years improvements which have been added. street and station-the rear guardof the levies, naturally they are filled probably fair. # hurling each man out of the ;
S old and apparently in good The city commissioners are doing the refugees who fled before the with enthusiasm, but it is certain that trench on the end of his bayonet. '

health and has had five normal their best to keep down expenses in Russian menace. That haunted look they must pay the penalty for their The July magazines are coming in He did it as easily and coolly as '

t children. order that the millage need not be which marks all who have been: I immaturity. Judged from their clothes daily. We have McClure's and oth- if he had been tossing hay. '
. . . . . .
raised. s s s s s s e s s 1
ru-1 : caught in the whirl of war has not >most of the new class are Hungarian. .ers. Curtis & O'Neal, book store. I .


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492 MILES OF DIXIE HIGHWAY ter of fact the road north of Gaines-
Rollins Outlook for
ville in Alachua county has not yet College
Four hundred and ninety-two miles been settled definitely. It may swingoff
of roads stretch along the western through Perry instead of going 1915 Is Most EncouragingOne
loop of the Dixie highway through north to Lake City and then turning Listen
Central Florida from Lake City to west toward Tallahassee.

Miami, according to figures furnishedto of the prettiest little towns to O'Neal is thoroughly interested in his
Secretary Dickie by Ed. Scott of OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING be found anywhere is Winter Park
work and doing all in his power to Owifsr
Arcadia, most consistent road boosterin Mr. Automobile !
Orange county's college city. It
Today's Sentinel is replete with the increase the prestige of this institu-
the state. advertisements of most of the mer- would be hard to imagine a better location i
Of these, thirty miles are now covered for an educational institution. tion.
chants of Orlando, and there are some
J' with brick pavement, most of it rare shopping opportunities containedin 1! Rollins is the oldest college in the "Rollins is a college, as distin- How would you like to save at least 25 per cent. on

in Orange county where the brick these advertisements, which care- state. The buildings and equipmentare guished from the university or the you gas bill?

pavement is virtually completed, ful and discriminating buyers will of the best and an excellent fac- professional, the technical, or the agricultural -
though not all of it has been openedto readily grasp. Read all the advertise- ulty attends to the training of the school.
traffic yet. ments carefully.My i I youth of this and other states. "The aim of the college is not to The WICK Does the TrickSAVE
As one result of the opening of the "The college campus is in the give undue attention to one side of
Dixie highway through this section I southern part of the town, and con- man's nature, but rather to secure asymmetrical
residence phone is 1.0. 522-R.
125 miles of brick have been pledged, sists of twenty-five acres on the development of body,
Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf
an addition of 95 miles of brick pave- I northwest shore of Lake Virginia,situated mind, and spirit. Rollins College is YOUR MONEY BY USINGCASOSAVA"
ment through the coming of the Dixie I on an elevation which affords a fortunate in having one of the finest

highway. Saturday SpecialsPillsbury commanding view of the lake and sur- and best equipped gymnasiums in the
Another big result of the openingof I rounding country. South. "
the Dixie highway is the elimina- "The students of the college come "Every student regularly enrolled I
tion of 72 miles of trail road now on Flour, 24 Ib.$1.10Gold from Florida and the southern poor I in the institution is required to attend -
the route. This entire 72 miles is to Medal Flour, 24 lbs$1.10 Lion of Georgia and Alabama, from I the regular gymnasium classes

be done away with and will be re- Crisco, Large pail_________85c Spanish-speaking and American fam- which are held daily for men and
placed by graded roads or in many 50c. size _____________45c ilies in Cuba, and from all parts of ',three times weekly for women."

.- cases by hard surfaced roads. 25c. size _____________23c the North." The college affords courses in va-
The total mileage of graded roadsis Snowdrift, large pail _____$1.00 The executive committee is as fol- rious literary, scientific and technical SOME FACTS:
cut down slightly while substantial half pail _________50c lows: William F. Blackman, chairman subjects, and pays especial attentionto
additions have been made to the roadsto Cottolene, large pail _____$1.25 ; John M. Cheney, William C. musical work in all its branches.The Economizes Fuel by saving twenty-five to fifty per
be hard surfaced with other mate- 60c. pail _____________55c Comstock, Mrs. Charles L. Smith, Nathaniel outlook for the coming year's cent of your gasoline bill.
rials than brick. The following tables M. Pratt, William R. O'Neal, work at Rollins is exceptionally good,
30c. pail _____________25c ,,,I
show how the roads stand today Karo, 1 gallon____________50c secretary.As ;the term of 1915-16 promising to be Increases your mileage by giving you from two to ten
and how they will stand when the one-half gallon _______25c noted, Hon. W. R. O'Neal, of 'by far the most prosperous in the miles per gallon, according to the horse power of your car.
i. pledges given by county commisioners Fla. Syrup, one gallon _____55c Orlando, is retained as secretary for long and bright history of "Florida's
have been carried out. Irish Potatoes, per bushel __90c the coming year, a position which he Oldest Institution of Higher Educa- Prevents fouling of your cylinders and spark plugs,

Present Condition of Roads on Western Prunes, 2 lbs _____________25c has ably filled in past years. Mr. tion. thus preventing carbonization. :

Loop of Dixie Highway Peaches, 2 lbs ____________25c Insures and
easy starting running by a uniform absorption -
of the wick.
w: Luzianne Coffee __________28c ASSOCIATES Increases your power and prevents backfire.No .
a: "n Bliss Coffee ______________28c London.-\Iembers of the Hampton London.The largest hotel in Eu-
,.. 2== Best Ground Coffee _______20c district council refuse to sit with rope has just opened here. It is the machinery or anything to get out of order.

0-0-,.. <:1. Best Green Coffee ________20c Councillor Werthein, a naturalized Regent Palace, standing behind the You can install it yourself in ten or fifteen minutes
.u .:.: 0 b a5== 3 Arbuckle Ground Coffee ___20c German. At the last meeting only county fire office in Regent street. time.
County. q;: K g5 O C7 F H O; Asparagus 25c. size _______20c two members would remain. Mr. The proprietors announce that no tips
Everything lOc. regular, 3 I I Werthein expressed indignation at will be allowed. Some Ford owners have doubled their mileage.
(Columbia __ __ II H 25H 25 for ____________ _______25c
Alachua ___ 2 41 __ 5 __ 48 w 1 I doubts of his loyalty, as he has sons The new hostelry is nine stories \
Marion ____ __ 43 __ __ __ 43 Everything 5c. regular, 6 enlisted in the army, while his daughter high, built of Carrara marble and has .
Lake ______ __ __ 29 __ __ 29 for ____________________25c is attending the wounded in 1,028 bedrooms. It is shaped like
Orange ____*26 10 __ __ __ 36 .
France. He has been in England colossal flatiron. The cost of the I
Osceola ___ 2 6 __ 5 __ 13
Polk ______ __ 24 __ 23 __ 47 forty-nine years.. building alone was $3,000,000. Price 00 Expense 01 ship-
DeSoto ____ __ 6 __ 54 26 86 Our business is strictly cash. : $3. meal prepaid
Osceola ___ __ __ __ __ 6 6 No deliveries. I II
St. Lucie __ __ __ __ 5 10 15 I ItlllllllMMinMllilMMMIMIMIIiMMMOrlando .
P. Beach __ __54 __ 30 30 114 WE DELIVER THE
Dade ______ __ 30 __ __ __ 30 : GOODS Satisfaction or your money back.
- Write for Illustrated Literature.
Totals ___ 30 214 29 147 72 492 RIZK BROTHERS
( Delivery and Service !
Practically completed. 39 W. CHURCH STREET I Messenger --

Roads Pledged by County Commissioners 1
for Western Loop of I = Harley-Davidson Truck
Dixie Highway : The Wm. Kahl Company


Gainesville FloridaSPRAYING
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Columbia ______ 25 H H H 25
Alachua _______ 2 46 __ __ 48
:Marion 43 43 v w f
Lake 22 .7 __ 29 BUTTER MILK For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarrs In-
Orange -_______*28 10 __ __ 36 Fresh Every Day. Valspar Val-Enamel IIt | secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites
Osceola 13 13 5c. per glass infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
Polk _x47 __ __ __ 47 the Best.
25c. per gallon pays to use
DeSoto 12 18 __ 56 86
Osceola 6 6 CREAM AND MILK I You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers, These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
St. Lucie __ __ 15 15 BUTTER Paints and Varnishes atFinley's be done at one and the same time. This will abso- .
P. Beach 54 __ 60 114 Fresh Homemade
Dade 30 30 lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.
- SANDWICHESPIES II Pioneer Paint StoreCorner Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
Totals _______125 223 7 137 492 AND CAKESARCADE cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and

Practically If bonds fail completed.x roads will. be hard r Pine and Court St. Phone 67 you will have no regrets at the end of the season.

surfaced. : We have the best men and the best equipment to do
Not Settled North of Gainesville J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
The tables are made up from the MilK DEPOT I the best work. The best is the cheapest. ,

report Mr. Scott presented at the Or-
Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat Florida
lando meeting June 10. They include ,
Coluhmbia county but as a mat- MRS. E. M. PARRY I 1- -

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

r. ded from Bearing Trees of Known Quantityand

Quality of Production.--O. W. Conner

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'. +}'' rw<; lN -' -"' :fitr The season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the least profitable tot
: 4. Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years, and there have been many

V-.3, c :/ : SS growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger.
&,t& :- : a l This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseries
,-:4 ;: pedigreed trees been planted in these groves. The test groves of the Ocklawaha
f 14'" Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an averageof

five years, from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four boxes .
i%. ; per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove, our .-
+ ,r hundred dollars per acre. '
4 The planting of this grove was made from trees budded from the proper selections
a of budwood to give such results, and the trees we are selling from our stock today
are still better, because we have given the selection of our buds used in propogat-
.; 2 ing our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these spec-
{; ially good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in planting

dk your grove.
i All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,
4 and Prof Pomeroy, have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary groves
,, 'l' : planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebudded

'{ 4'e .-_ from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the
grower, when so treated.

., If you can start right, don't you see where it wil7 you?. The ONLY way, f
is to use OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but, I
'1 -? '. For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build-

-R. .; a_ ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright, our
,,, jI. :: agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the
y trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction thatit
pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.
For Catalog, address OCKLAWAHA :NURSERIES, O. W. CONNER, Proprietor,

Tangerine, Florida.
, Heavy producing trees of quality Fruit can be produced only from Ocklawaha -
" G. G. Agt. 8 Y owell- kworth BId
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Nurseries Pedigreed Trees. Order YOURS NOW. They are grown not manufactured g.

and it takes time to do it-its precious. Do it NOW. Orlando Florida
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CONWAY ITEMS Guests registering at the San Juan I I Mr.J. C. Martin was here for a dayon BIG CELEBRATION MARKS THE t" *
hotel yesterday included David A. business.Mr. STARTING: OF NEW
.. Conway, Fla., June .-We are Leon and wife E. W. Ward, B. Anderson j Burkett and family were here RAILWAY Attention Auto Owners! jj
, going to have an up to date school Smith, Chas. R. Jordan, J. G. i from Altamonte on Sunday in their. : ,
house at last, since the county has be- Howell, J. J. Kermis, W. D. Pitchford, Ford car. They attended services at West Palm Beach, Fla.-More than :

come an interested partner. All the Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hopson, Jacksonville the Baptist church.A five thousand visitors are being enter- :
material has been placed on the ; Edward Fitzgerald, Tallahassee surprise was given the Misses tained here today, the city joining the : I AUTO SERVICE[ { STATION I
grounds ang the work goes steadilyon. ; L. A. Bell, Quincy; Jas. D. Hitt, Crawford on Thursday evening by the railhoad officials in the celebration of :
The }} trons have agreed to do B. M. Turner, 0. L. Marston, W. E. young people of Conway. The young :
the work cJra' subscriptions have been :Hickey, Baltimore; C. P. Rice, A. O. ladies have returned from their duties the beginning of the work on the' 14 E. CHURCH STREET
taken up to pay the carpenters and Mcllvaine, Guy Davis, S. H. Kirkland, as teachers and are now enjoying Palm Beach and Everglades railway.
helpers. Four of the most prominent i Tampa; P. P. Travis, J. H. Dickey, H. a well earned vacation.Mr. A committee, consisting of W. C. : Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil

citizens are out with lists, and so far Britt, E. H. West, Atlanta; O. D. J. A. Barber took his father Groves and A. E. Smith, representing I :, CAR WASHED AND POLISHED, $1.00
Bertlett, Akron, Ohio W. J. Grotham, out riding last Sunday for the first
Mr. W. J. Conoly was in the lead ; the West Palm Beach board of trade, Special Club Rate Tickets
with one hundred dollars to his i Chattanooga; A. C. Martin, Sanford; time since his serious illness.
credit. The old building will be thor- H. Engel, New York; J. H. Lancaster, We have just learned that three left in an automobile for Miami to Prompt Service Personal Attention .
oughly repaired and an addition made :Bartow; Green Cannon, Jacksonville. hundred and fifteen dollars have been I extend a special invitation to the city Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold

which will give plenty of room. The Orlando out to Conway, then on to donated to the school fund. With i officials and the officers and mem-
building will be veiled, making it the lake and through to Pine Castle ) first class teachers we will expect an ; bers of the Miami chamber of com- : Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager : :
comfortable for the winter. Mr. Con- makes an ideal auto ride. I ideal school. I merce. The Woodmen's band was
Mr. J. Percy Rutherford and fam- also asked to accompany the :Miami:
oly has donated another acre for play HIMIMIIIM IlilMMMMMMIMMIHMtlMMMOF
grounds. The patrons have requestedMrs. ily are now occupying their new bun- REAL ROAD delegation.This ------ -
Hixon to teach the next term, galow which was built by ContractorT. BOOSTERS.Whatever. is one of the most important j
i Matthews who the events in the history of Palm Beach
but she will not agree to do so unless completed name or names may be
I in detail and turned it county and the city officials and members The 1AarJzet
they give her an eight months building every given to them, there are a number of .
school. over to the owner. Mr. Rutherfordhas fine highways going to traverse various of the board of trade are leaving I
We are having plenty of visitorsnow his porches screened in and theyare sections of this state, and they I nothing undone to make the affaih a CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY :'
since the completion of the Pine now prepared to enjoy life. lie will be the outcome of the Dixie highway I big success. The trains will be met OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE j
is building a tower for water tank the for I by the reception committee and the
Castle brick road. A long processionof agitation. And agitation FRESH AND SALT MEATS
autos coming and going pass and has a gasoline engine to do the the Dixie highway and for all these,special guests escorted. to their hotels Kept under the best sanitary coniitl*is.Rverything .
afternoons. From work. other routes by the committeemen.Miss
through on Sunday suggested or loops was
screened from the files and kept frwth ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Piatt and sister, started and is being carried on by the away
Miss Ruth, have gone Monteverde press. The newspapers of Florida are Mary Prince Bradshaw, of St. and pun. I
Specials for Satur- on a visit.Union. the real road builders of the state, as Petersburg, who has been enjoying a We IflTite Inspection sad grantee sttfaf tetiea. We have #

they are first on all other works of visit in Richmond, where she was one everything fat the Meat Line. ,
and and of the sponsors at the reunion, is the
day Monday progress public improvement.-
S. S. Picnic Lakeland Telegram.An guest of Miss Julia Dickenson, South I-3. :NI. Self 8e (:o.
I Boulevard for a few days before re-
,turning to her home. While away PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET i
. Dolly Varden Flour- ad. in the Morning Sentinel: is a
Excursion jMiss Bradshaw visited Washington.
24 lb. sack __________$1.00 safe investment.The l'
I and she spent the past week with relatives ________ i
12 lb. sack ___________50c
Snow Hobby Flour Daytona Beach want ad.'s the thing. in Orlando.-Tampa Times. I {
12 lb. sack ___________55c 1 ----- --- ------- ---- -C-= I
24 lb. sack __________$1.10 THURSDAY, JUNE 24
Scratch Feed, Meal and Saturday and Monday SpecialsWe :

Grits, 9 lbs for _________25c Round Trip Rates EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
Washing Powders, 5c. size

7 packages for __________25c
still in business at No. 47 W. Church St. A
Kingan Breakfast Bacon, lb., 20c $$1.00 ADULTS CHILDREN 50C are new

8 Bars Lenox Soap for _____25c line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES received since the lire.

Ginger Ale, per dozen bot. $1.25 We are prepared to give our customers the best of prices and Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne '1
Orange Blossom Honey in
bottles, 30c., comb ______22c service. NOTE THESE PRICES: 'with
Welch's Grape Juice, per VIA Sugar, 16 Ibs _________________$1.00I cans best Tomatoes _________25c;: Foliage j
bottle, quart 50c., pints __25c
Best White Meat, per lb. ______12'-2c 3 cans best Kraut ______________:25c and Trees.
Tomato Catsup, 25c. size bot 20c I
Irish Potatoes, per peck ____25c Atlantic Coast Line Best Lard, per lb. 9c 3 cans best Hominy _____________25c I

Sweet Potatoes, per peck __35c Best Flour, per sack _________$1.(:} 2 cans Libby's Cherries _________25c Price
Pure Ground Coffee, pound.18c Standard Railroad 01 the South $2000.00C.
Fancy Peaches and Prunesper 5 gallons Best Coal Oil _________60c 2 cans Rosedale Table Peaches25c ': F

pound 13c., 2 pounds _25c Leaves Orlando 6.50 a.m. 3 cans Best Corn _______________25c Best Hams, per lb. _____________17c i j

Stops Winter Park only. 3 cans best Peas _____-________25c 5 lbs. best Coffee _____________$1.00

Honest Weights and Measures A. HOVEY j
I For Information Call on

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. Kentucky Grocery Co.
Cash Grocery Co. I W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A r rf f
; Orlando 47 W. Church Street Phone 329 rJ
Telephone 6-18 7 E. Church St. j J
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ExquisiteMinatures TOWELS LADIES' GOWNS .'I Iw "

Hemmed Huck, Red borders, size 17x34, Made of Nainsook, Lace and Embroidery .1

The Latest achievements of the Portrait 12i/.c. quality, limit 6 to a customer, each trimmed, 90 cent value

t. Art, with Porcelain Effect 6 1-2 cents 58 cents



GtNUINt{ J [ COLUMBIA All new styles: splendid patterns, lOc. and Plain White Flaxons, Lawns and Fancy }i
'' 12 /_C. quality; limit of 10 yards to a cus Crepes, values up to 25c. for :'

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F How to Secure These :MEN'S: SHIRTS Edges, Insertions, Bands and Galoons, values -.i t

I Medallions. Free One lot made of a good quality Madras, up to 25c. for

r When you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you can secure a Medallion Ticket regular $1.50 quality 5 cents j 11
from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check to Medallion Department, on Main Floor, .Jl
l where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your purchases amount to $10.00 bnng.m 98 cents ,1
your ticket with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together with GLASSES, 3rd Floor ])
your original picture unharmed. f
Columbia Medallians are made in three styles, and each style in gloss or dull f finish. GROCERY DEPARTMENT Good thin Crystal Glass, worth $1.20 i 1"

dozen for, each ,!}
5 lbs. best Lump Starch for

Carbon I Sepia eater Color These $5.00 25 cents 5 cents !

This style has the beauThis, is the beautifulbrown marvelous exactness the 9V, oz. Glass worth 60c. a dozen, for. ,C
flesh tints, color of hairand Columbia :Medallionsare f
tiful soft tone and deep I color so much loved as well as those 7 cakes Lenox Soap for each t
effect of a fine entrravinjr.producing by the old masters, having of the costume. Should are about double the size t
the high lights I all the clearness and fine :you wish life colors, hand- of illustration. 25 cents 2 1-2 cents .j t
t I painted, each color burnt I -1
and shadows to perfection. tone of an etching. i
: : in, a charge of 25c. is
made.DiSCRIPTION. I li

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These beautiful Pho Medallions are the most artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on +(I
non-corrosive metal specially prepared. The portrait is burnt in, same as on porcelain, and covered with heavy '
celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled thus preserving C';
forever the features of those you love. You_ cannot tell the these medallions and a fine Yowell-Duckworth
porcelain hand painting. They are worth $>.00 each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute FacSimilie Ii t
of the Photograph Furnished. They are elegant, dainty and artistic, and make a beautiful ornament for i
the home, whether of baby or grandma! the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed. not Orlando's Store Quality Did It" ;1
here set forth. will be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Price Largest '1
of 50c to $2.00. Y ;;

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THE DAILY I east of Lake Eola is well netted with I i aMlliiliQIHtlifliHMiliMIIMMMMtllllMMIMIIMMMIMMIMMMMOHIM

II Orlando Life In I sidewalks. We suggest, however, that I
South Florida Sentinel I '
it would improve the general appear-
MORNING AND WEEKLY ance if the property owners would Ii |
V i:. GLENN .............._.......Edits ParagraphBERMUDA few houses."
\.-. C. ESSINGTON_....Business Manager i"plant a more II j
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Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Flor GRASS PROVERB UTILIZE UNUSED LAND
ida, as Second Class Mail Matter. Many of the cement sidewalks over I
Big clumps of guava trees ten feet i Price
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the city have their crevices filled with BreviticsFOR
high and broad in proportion '
DaUy 1 Year ........................ $5.00Da Bermuda grass. Where there is the growing -
7. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 without work or cultivation onI
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1-25 slightest opening this pest finds a I
thrown lots, show to !
one i
: Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 hold-and sticks! It is a nuisance, away use '
which unused land might be turned
Weekly. 1 Year ........_.............. $1.00 and yet such persistence if shown by with profit.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN a human being in business pursuits
would assure him the same measureof
ADVERTISERS: achieved by the lowly Ber-
A fill connecting north and south
Copy for display and all ether handset muda-thus an ancient proverb might
East street through the sink between
advertising must be banded in at the business I
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. be changed so as to read, "Observe Central avenue and Church street is ;
the day before publication. This rule applies the Bermuda grass, thou sluggard,
for "contract, advertising it is being made and will make these
to chances :
... I its persistence, and practiceits
Isrranafele and win be strictly adhered perceive streets more accessible to each other. SATURDAY SELLING
policy of progress and push, and
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued -- i !
the land.
thou shalt
, should notify the office in writing on verily possess VALUE OF PAINT
r the date of expiration. otherwise it will be ----
continued at the regular subscription: rates. The Hood property on East Amelia

until Telephone notice N to 11mb.stop r .is...received................... 24 NURSERIES AND VACANT LOTS avenue is being treated to a coat of .,., "-' r- "+, ,*( _''''' .: ..__ jr_____ _
That little nursery down on Livingston paint, which adds much to its already

SATURD VY, JUNE 19, 1915. avenue by the Fair Grounds handsome appearance.
shows another profitable use for vacant -
When will Turkey do the Turkey lots. That Orlando people are MANY STONE )RODCCTSH'ers'
Trot out of Europe? beginning to realize the profits which Stone Works has a very CONSISTING OF
o may be derived from such enterprizesis complete and attractive lot of stone

The backbone of summer was shown bj the great number of products on hand at the factory on
broken yesterday-for a time at least. small nurseries which are springingup Livingston avenue.

-o in all sections of the city. Thereare !I! CHEVOITSSILK REMNANTS LAGESLADIES'
dozens of vacant lots which
Most men can hear the ring of a are PRUNING ORANGE TREESMr.
dollar farther than that of a church now producing no income that mightbe J. Musselwhite was havinghis
belL made a source of profit if planted orange trees pruned yesterday af-
in orange seed.FREAKISH.
o ternoon.
To some of us opportunity is buta --0-- -- -
fleeting thing. We can always see LOOKING TREESOn HAND PRUNING TREESMr. :
it tugging at the other fellow's latch- the Wilmott lots between E. H. E. Hand is having his or- ,

string. South and E. Jackson streets several ange trees pruned at his home place.
-p months ago dirt was dragged from

Cows, mules and horses are causing one side of the plot to make a fill in SIDELIGHTSBy
wrecks on the A."C. L. Time to keep another part of the same field. This
them off the railroad right of way grading left several oak trees elevated W. S. Branch I[ At Greatly Reduced Prices I I"i

before a half hundred people are two or three feet from the level

killed. ground. It looks as though th first One of our neighbors told us last
0 strong wind would topple them off
evening that he would actually rather
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When some fellows with the big "I their little hills of dirt, but they still remain at home Thursday afternoonand 'Zfa.IH-o! -a;; .Y."'" I. L .4

and the swelled cerebrum blow off stand and are apparently in as good mow the lawn than go to a ball
their gazabo it is time for the wise condition as before the grading was game. We have written to Chatta-

man thunder to sit still the boat and lethe t done. one hoochee> more to mild see if case they and have we room shall for go READ THESE{ SPECIALS AND BE CONVINCED '

o BEAUTIFUL EUCALYPTUS TREESMr. over some evening and break thu
It is worth while these days to live II. C. McDaniel has one of the news gently to his wife.0 '
Patent Pump, White Piping, regular 4.50
in Orlando. People' who have sought prettiest places in the Eola Park sec- -- -- CHEVOITSFor

mountain and seashore for a cooler ion. The beauty of the property is Mr. Code Hill's flowing silvery $3.15

spot than this, will have to continue greatly increased by a double row of locks are frequently seen on the Saturday
searching. The days are fine and the eucalyptus trees which surround it. streets of Orlando. Sanguine Republicans Shirts For Wear

nights simply delightful.The The trees are set on either side of think that Mr. Hill will need Patent Colo. Pump, regular $4.00
o the walk which surrounds the block, to visit the barber again about the 50 pieces more of that heavy, hardwearing '

St. Petersburg Times will havea and in a year or two more will make middle of next November.0 striped and checked shirtings, Saturday. $3.15 i
this one of the most desirable
special section Sunday devoted to properties --0-
,', the recent meeting of the Central in Orlando. have noticed four different advertised i Saturday 10 yds 85c
Florida Highway Association in Or --0-- specialties that are "guaran-

lando. The importance of that meet BEILER AND TICHNOR teed to save 25 per cent. of the gasoline -

ing is growing every day. Mr. Fred Beiler and Mr. C. M. Tich- used in cars." We are going to FROM THE MEN'S[ SHOE .
0 nor are two neighbors out towards purchase all four of them and thus SILK REMNANTSOdds
Orders have been issued for a the end of Central avenue who vie save all of our gasoline bills.

wholesale crusade against bicycle rid with one another in beautifying their --0-- and Ends from the Big Sale just con- DEPARTMENTOne
ers who persist in using the sidewalks homes and grounds. The lawns ofboth Steamers have lately unloaded cluded.

about the residential section, and unless homes are very nicely kept, 6,600,000 pounds of cement at Tampa.
the practice is stopped it is likely shrubs, flowers, and rare plants making Now if the citizens of Hillsborough Dollar RefundedOn
these two of county will make it into At 1-2 PriceCAMASOLE
that the next few days will bring the most attractive up concrete

many of them before his honor. homes on the avenue. roads they will probably be solid with Every Pair of Shoes
o -o all the Dixie highway officials and

Because a man in Montana was ac BARTLETT GARDENS I I members. I LACES
: Bartlett I Costing $4.00 or Over
cused of being a "horse" thief when Gardens, which in formeryears -- --
he only stole two mules, the court has been one of the best producing The Washington Post radiates the
ordered his acquittal. The court rules truck gardens around Orlando, following: 500 yards of very dainty effects in Cama-
1s not being cultivated this The "A few more years of this sort of sole Laces 12 to 15 inches in width
that a mule is 50 per cent. horse, but year. I '
the statute says "horse" and a mulisn't e field is covered with tall weeds and thing and Europe won't have any Regular 25c. to 50c. yard, fROM THE{ STAPLE DEPT I
presents a greatly changed fatted calves for the returning prod-
a horse, so the thief escaped. appear

Pensacola Journal.o ance from former-days.- igal To son.which" we wish to add the re- Saturday lOc yd PROSPERITY SHEETS

SOUND OF LAWN :MOWERThe : mark tha tthe fatted calves will note
One of our subscribers took us to 50 72x90!)
pairs regular $1.00 pair,
sound of the lawn mower is > missed for the reason that there
task this week for failing, as he remarked heard all' over the city. All, or will not be any prods left to eat thee
to publish all that happened. FROM THE LADIES'[ SHOE 78
It was fortunate for this particular property owners are full of veal roast if it was prepared. cents pair
clean-up spirit, and unlike the Bay

demands individual the that omission discretion of occasionally unpleasantitems. street variety of spirit the more a MAGNA\ CHARTA 1215-1915; ; DEPARTMENTPatent 50 pairs 81x90!) regular $1.50 pair,
person gets of it the better citizenie
Should we publish all that is Time slow unrolls today a parchment
, told us we would be with the angelsin sage Pump with White Top, regular $1.18 pair
--0- Whereon is writ in glorious, golden
about minutes after the
twenty "MEMPHIS PLACE" lines. 4.50,,
paper was mailed. On which the light of seven centuries
The attractive home of Mrs. W. W.
I i Wright, "Memphis Place," on Rock Preserved by people free from age to Saturday $3.15Patent "
PASS THE PEAS lake, is the only place on West Central ape,
PAULINE. ; avenue which is decorated with A Charter Great, an empire's her- Pump with Sand Top, regular 25 pieces 36 inch heavy weight, regular I
Push, and in
perseverance White
posts. The 121/c.
sloping lawns
Which to all time a nation's will
enshrines -
promoting peas, peanuts, pigs and well kept and shaded by large $4.50,

poultry pave the pleasant pathway of palms. And marks the metes, the bounds and
permanent peace and progress, and -0.tDDITIONS Freedom's the confinesOf I Saturday $3.15 Saturday 10 yds 95c j j
rights 'gainst
point principally to pulling the pocket TO COTTAGEA. rant's rape! every ty-
books of patriotic persons to the H. Zittrower is O island fair _
making some ad of royal Thames and -- .- oao.--: -:&:
.> proper place.Tallahassee True Dem- ditions to his cottage on East Central mead
ocrat. Where King and Barons met in con-
avenue. Two rooms are to be added, ; ference.
o the roof changed into a bungalow Again the world turns to thy Runny-
THE "FOURTH" style, and other improvements made. mede Are YOU one of our many satisfied .'

MENACE.As The work is in charge of R. E. Ivey, And gathers hope and strength in

the fourth of July approaches Sr. For long times as :Magna:intense!Charta's bulwark who attend special Saturday '
parents should begin cautioning their -0- stands. patrons our j j
children to beware of the blank car- KEEP TilE WEEDS DOWN! Its light of Freedom shines throughout -

tridge, which has caused the death of! I Though many citizens are keeping H. D.all Sudduth lands. in \. Y. World. sales? If not begin by taking advantageof ; j
little in their
so many ones past years. In yards in fine shape there is yet ,
one case out of every four, tetanus, much to be done in the way of weed HEAVENLY

or lockjaw: follows even a slight burn chopping and yard raking, and as ROUTES, EH? the great bargains. They are all com- |

from one of those blank cartridges. summer advances the need for this The author of the name "Paradise I
The blank cartridge wound is the sort of work will increase. Route "
proposed loop in the
Are YOU?
main cause of fourth of July tetanus, -0- Dixie highway, is being treated to a ing.
and parents should forbid their use by EAST ST. NEEDS ATTENTION good deal of ridicule by some of the

children. East street is badly in need of papers published in the "Paradise"

o working. It should be graded and which the route would traverse. A

MODERNIZED hard surfaced if possible, and if this Lakeland representative at Orlando, :

"Where are you going, my pretty is not possible at the present time tweeds he amused at the term, went it one better :1
maid?" should at least be cut and the by dubbing a proposed route

"I'm going a-dancing, sir," she said. street graded. through Lakeland as the "Celestial
"What is your fortune, my pretty -0- Route." Well have to get down to is son- ves Dmpany pOrlando's
maid?" LESSON IN ARITHMETIC earth before we travel over any of
"My feet are my fortune, sir," she It is strange how some people spend these routes with much comfort.-
said. hundreds of dollars' putting down tile Lakeland Telegram.

_, "Then I will marry you, my pretty and cement sidewalks and then let o ; < Favorite Shopping Place Orlando Florida ; ; I
l maid." five dollars worth of grass and weeds With all the other war excitement,

"No, thank you; I can get $50 an cover up their improvement. do not forget to swat the fly.

hour for lessons, so what on earth -
; would I need of a husband, sir," she PLANT MORE HOUSES If you would keep up with the '
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PRETTY PA TY.Yesterday'temoon. WINDOW

Mrs. JosephY. ili '
Cheney entertained most delight- The W. S. Branch book and music PROGRAM

fully at auction, in honor of Miss store has a unique window display.The Thanhouser. "The Adventures of r,

Leona Benner, one of the most charm- window has been transformed Florence." A comedy-drama, in two
Hughie Mack Kate Price Flora
into veritable There is a >arts.Keystone.
ing of Orlando's winter visitors. Mrs. a camp. I
Comedy, "That Springtime -
Cheney was assisted in entertainingby pretty mirrored lake in the center, Finch and other Vitagraph Feeling." sA

Mrs. J. M.\ Cheney and Miss Dale, plenty of vegetation, a tent, some American. "Prince of Bohemia." .
who presided at the punch bowl. The dummies, two or three sand dunes, a Stars inthe_ Screaming Comedy Five cents to all. I

Misses Willie and Jean Person and white sandy beach, a smoking camp "WAR"A

Lillian Smith also assisted the host- fire and a Victrola. The camp is on LOOKING UP MEMBERS OCOEE Q
"Lake Gatlin," and the name of the Vitagraph Special Feature CHRISTIAN CHURCH; i

ess.There were seven tables of bridge, camp is "Camp Caruso"-named after complete in two parts. B. E. Melendy, pastor of the First i 11 MILADY'S JEWEL CASE

the tables being arranged on the I such bassos as Sam Johnson, G. R. Christian church, of Ocoee, Fla., spent 1: Filled with examples of our Gold and Diamond Mounted Jewelry is
shaded porch where cooling breezes I Ramsey, et al. The idea is to buy a "SWEEDIE GOES TO Thursday and Friday in Orlando look- I indeed a treasure. Our jewelery stock is complete and \aried.

added to the delight of the players. '!$15 Victrola for your camp and be ing up members of this church. Several i Come and see what beautiful specimens of Jewelry craftsmanshipwe :
I are showing. You'll not find our prices prohibitive by any
A number of the guests who did not I happy for evermore. W. S. Branch- were found but others will confera I I

care for bridge enjoyed themselvesby senior and junior-are responsible for favor by writing him at Ocoee, giving -I'
the window decoration which has attracted means.ALLEN
sewing. COLLEGE"An their street address. I' & CO., .
The color scheme for this occasionwas considerable attention. Services at Ocoee on the first and

green and white, the colors being Essanay Comedy. third Lord's days of each month. SJlSSSiSSSSIOI::TESSIISSSK
used most effectively in both decora- GRADING COMMITTEE FINISHED Morning service, June 20th, "Black

tions and refreshments. The refresh PAPERS LAST EVENING Your Shoes Behind;" evening, "How

ments consisted of Neapolitan ice God Has Spoken and Yet Speaks to GOING TO DO .\ LITTLE DECORATING .
cream, cake and kisses. The grading committee for the "THE LITTLE ENGINEER"A the World.
Mrs. Davis Fishback made highestscore I June teachers' examinations com-
Kalem Drama. on the "Fourth?" If so, get your
at bridge and received a dainty pleted the work of grading the papers .CITY COUNCIL IN SESSION YESTERDAY paints and brushes from us. This is
bud vase; Mrs. DeWitt Miller received -I last night at 7:30th the following also the best time of year to paint
another consolation, results: and your house. We shield all our customers -
vase as The city council met yesterday
i against inferior paints and
and Miss Benner was presented with I White Teachers-One received a transacted routine business. Lien have been doing it for years. What's

the guest prize, a dainty cut glass first grade certificate; one received a An exceptional Bill. Drop in certificates were ordered issued in the size of your house? Guess it

bud vase.SOCIETY. second grade certificate; seven received one, two and three years at 8 per I won't take much.
and have real
a laugh. I
4 third certificates six-
--0-- ; cent. interest against assesed prop- i
NOTESOF 'teen failed to receive any certificate. erty advertised in the Sentinel for I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
INTEREST.The Negro Teachers-One received a I street paving and curbing.
young people who are campingat third grade certificate; twenty failedto Pi lf: PAlfil N 205 S. Orange Avenue

"The Rushes," on Lake Conway receive any certificate. "COOLER THAN THE COOLEST TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
Superintendent :McKinnon will mail Phone 261
broke camp for a short time yesterday PLACE IN TOWN" COLEMAN & RHAN
afternoon and journeyed to Or- I certificates and grades to the several SALE OR RE Furnished or
lando to see the sights. In the evening I examinees today. unfurnished 7 room house: large' -- -- -- -- -
garage; outbuildings; corner l lot, t> 1hby CANVASS FOR METHODIST DOG TAXES COMING IN SLOWLYIt
they enjoyed a light lunch at 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit FUNDS MAKING PROGRESS
Butt's, and following this proceededto SEVERAL PROMINENT VISITORS and flowers. 205; Liberty street. that dog
5 cents 10 cents would appear owners
the Grand 6-19-1moc
en masse, witnessing a
of the are not particular whether their dogs'lives
was a special meeting
production in which Miss Mary Pick-
ford starred. They then returned to I J. II. Ross, of Florence Villa HOOSIER SPRING WATER for saleat canvassing committees of the Methodist are lost or saved. Only 158 dog
Lake Conway. The gentlemen in the president of the Florida Citrus Exchange City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gallons church last evening to make reports tags have been sold this year as com-
delivered to home. City
; Mr. L. D. Jones, of Tampa, your on the progress of raising funds pared with 264 for 1914.DEMONSTRATION .
party have presented Mr. and Mrs. Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf
Rush with a Victrola and the even- ,general manager of the Exchange, for the church debt. A final meetingwill .

ings are spent in dancing to the delightful -and Mr. L. Windsor, postmaster at ROOf GARDNTODAY [ SEE ELDER SPRING WATER CO. be held next Friday. The workis GROCERY AT CO.FORAGE
Winter Haven, were among the prom- about a cooler for your office or coming along in a highly gratify-
I place of business. Phone W. W. Mr. O. A. Rickey, Southern sales
The committees have
--0-- inent visitors in Orlando yesterday. Wright. 6-19-2tc ing manner. I: manager, and Miss Michaels, demon-
S. Kendrick Guernsey last evening They were en route to Tit sville to succeeded in having pledged a large I strator, for the Martin L. Hall Coffee
I attend a citrus meeting, and upon PHONE W. W. WRIGHT and ask amount which will not be announceduntil Co., gave a demonstration of two of
entertained the members of the Meth-
learning that it would be impossible about a water cooler for office or next week. A preliminary report their best known brands at the Forage -
odist choir at his home on East Cen- business house. 6-19-2tc Grocery Co. yesterday afternoon.
tral avenue. The evening was spentin I|to reach their destination in time, of the canvass will be given tomorrow Red Lily and Preferred Stock coffee

singing and a most enjoyable time !owing to a wreck somewhere on the r. UNS"THE AL t Ar-.T"fED-Sweet potato slips. Any I morning at the church by and Sunshine biscuits were served to
j line, decided to do the next best thing variety,but must not be mixed. Will ; Rev. Ley.I a large number. They will be at the
was the privilege of those present. pay $75c. per thousand at my packing i I: same store all day today and hope
Refreshments were served. 'I possible, so stopped over in this city house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres I that a large number will come in and
-- 'I until they could catch a train home- BLACK BOX" ton. 6-19-d&w-tf .t the news In the Sentinel first. try their product.
(ward bound.i .
L. A. Bell, of Quincy will be the
Episode No. 10, The Ship of
b 'guest of Rev. J. B. Ley and familyover i -
Herbert Rawlinson and Anna FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Miss Ruth Ley has returned to Or-
Mr. Braxton Beacham, Jr., of
lando from a visit at Ocala. Little.
I Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Beacham, of Established 1886
this city, who has been attending the
University of Virginia, at Charlotte, I
returned home yesterday, having I
and Mrs. E. C. (Vet) Young
graduated with
high honors.
Mr Civil War Drama, featuring
and daughter, Miss "Little Ned" Beacham and daughter, Mrs. W. D. CURTIS & O'NEAL
Young, will depart this morning in
Rogers, who attended the commence- Chas. Ogle."BROKEN.
their automobile for a two weeks ment exercises at the university, returned -

tour of East Coast cities. They will on the same train with Attor- INSURANCE LOANS

c go from Daytona to Cocoa,Melbourne, ney Beacham. HEARTS AND
Palm Beach and Miami. Mr. Younghas

considerable property near Miami $10 FOR SPEEDINGCarl PLEDGES"An
which has been drained recently and "
L-Ko Comedy. "Nuf Sed.
he is eager to see its con ition. Now I Rodenbaugh was fined $10 in
that "Vet" has departed it is not expected -(I police court yesterday for exceeding

that Orlando will witness much j the speed limit and running auto with
barrel sack of Flour
activity until his return. muffler open.
given away tonight at nine

o'clock. For Sale

rAYf i 10 cents 5 cents

House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price

Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
450000. A bargain.

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We have TOO BUSY TO GO HOME Screen with
; S can help you your home our galvanizedwire

Beautiful Teeth and Haiv' TO YOUR MEALS? cloth at moderate cost.

cam,; This will effectively keep out flies,

Take Care of Your TeethYou gnats, mosquitoes and other insects

and is
use them often. PEACH

Besides bad teeth lead to many nervous disordersand

f A clean mouth and teeth add zest to the appetiteand TUTI-FRUTI
aids digestion. Its a joy to yourself.We IN THE WORLDTheHardware.Stoseon

are sole agents in this community for the VANILLA

"KLENO,' the Best Tooth Brush, "guaranteed," 23c.i : .
and 35 cents.

We have the best line of Brushes, Paste, Powdersand the Corner


15 cents




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Tampa, Fla.-Members of the boardof could establish his identity.In BUILD HOME NEAR FISHER
directors of the Florida Citrus Exchange the hotel in which he has put up MANSION AT MIAMI I Washington, D. C.-Miss Ellen Wil- and
Saturday MondayBest
met for the regular June is a German servant, who has lived Miami, Fla.-Losing no time after I son McAdoo, the president's grand- i

meeting in the exchange offices on the over twenty years in this country, completing the purchase of a large I daughter, made her first call at the
sixth floor of the Citizens Bank build- but has never been naturalized. tract on the ocean front immediatelysouth
White House Monday. The secretaryof B.& B. Shorts $1.70 sack
ing this morning. Those in attend- He registered himself when the war of the Carl G. Fisher home I per
ance were president J. H. Ross, Win- broke out, and called to inform the site in the peninsula, Frank H. Whee- the treasury, accompanied by Mrs. "
': ter Haven; L. W. Tilden, Winter Gar- police where he could be found if they ler, of Indianapolis, millionaire man- McAdoo, the baby, who is two monthsold Bran 1.60 per ack

den; H. L. Borland, Citra; H. C. Hat- decided to interne him. ufacturer of carburetors, is already and her nurse, rolled up to the I \
ton, Arcadia; Edward Parkinson, The only call he received was a having plans drawn for a costly resi- White House in a big machine a few XXXX Flour 1.10 24 J SACK

Alva; J. W. Ponder, Sarasota; C. E. summons "in the king's name" to dence which, it is said, will even be minutes before noon.
Stewart, DeLand; Dr. W. C. Rich- serve on a coroner's jury in South more imposing than that now being Miss McAdoo returned to her fath- I Cupid" 1.00 24 IB SACK

ardson, Tampa, and August Roden, London. He told the summons bearer built by Mr. Fisher. The Wheeler er's residence in Massachusetts ave-

Sutherland. Absentees were G. W. that he was a German. The replywas home, like Mr. Fisher's, will cost nue, accompanied by her nurse, while I I
Holmes of Eustis, H. G. Putnam of "The penalty if you don't at- many thousand dollars, will be of concrete I the Secretary and 1Irs.IcAdoo attended -
; Oak Hill, and S. C. Warner of Pa- tend is five pounds" ($25)). construction, and will be modernin the flag day celebration on the
latka. He attended, and drew his two shil-I every detail. I treasury I steps. The Co-Operative Produce Co.

The main business before the board lings (50 cents) inquest fee.
W. S. DeWlTT. M'g'r. N.. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
was the disposition of the report of I NOTICE OF ASSESSMENTSThe
: the advertising committee which rec- CEMENT TRADE IS BRISK; 66,000 I I U-
Orlando 1
II City Council of the City of hereby gives notice that the
ommended an increase in advertising SACKS TO TAMPA following described lots or pieces of land situate in the said City have been
expenditure from two cents to three Tampa, Fla.-Two steamships have assessed in the amounts set opposite to each as the value of the benefit and I
the to all real estate in the from
. advantage beyond general advantage City
cents box for the coming of
per year. discharged nearly 6,600,000 pounds
paving and curbing the streets in front thereof or in the immediate vicinity,
This will increase the advertisingfund cement at the Swann and Beaboard such assessments in no case exceeding one half of the amount of the expense -
from about $40,000 (the amount I terminals in the past two days. There of the said municipal improvement.And .
available last year) to about $$60,000. were 66,000 sacks, or 3,300 tons. notice is further given that the said City Council will meet at the DISCOUNT ON fURNITURETo
Council Chamber on the 29th day of June, 1915, at 2 o'clock p.m., and then .,
The board voted to pay into the treas- The cement was brought here in the and there will hear any complaints which the owner or other person interestedin
ury of the Florida Growers' and Ship San Marcos, arriving Monday, and any real estate assessed may wish to make against the assessment thereon.
pers' League, to be used by the league I the Mary Olsen, arriving Tuesday.The List of AssessmentsOWNER'S reduce our stock as much as
in its canker fight and other work, San Marcos brought 48,000 sacks NA DESCRIPTION AMOUNT
one-sixth of one cent for every box of and the Mary Olsen brought 18,000 much as possible by the 15th, will
Trustees 1st Presb. Church-Lot 1, block 23, Reed's Add. u__$ 197.87
fruit marketed this year by the ex sacks. Both steamers have departedto Jas. A. Bortree-S. 82.5 feet of W. 129.8 feet of lot 3, block 23, give a

change. This means an appropriationof load elsewhere. The San Marcos Reed's Add. ______________________________________________ 114.55
about $3,000 by the exchange to went to Mobile yesterday morningand Mrs. G. S. Yowell-Block 20. Reed's Add. uuunUU______ 233.33 Discount of
Methodst Epis. Church-E. 121.75 feet, of block 21, Reed's Add.u_ 233.33 25 Per Cent
the league. the May Olsen went to Panama J. H. McCullough_Lot 2, Harrison Add. uUuuuu 190.98
City last night. Mrs. M. W. Calvert-S. 25 feet of Lot 5 and N. 50 feet of Lot 8, of off our regular cash price on
ENGLISHMAN IN LONDON AR- ---- Harrison's Add. uuuuuuuuuuUu___ 76.92 any
RESTED AS SPY WHILE Mrs. Annie J. Rowland-Lot I, Harrison's Add ___uuuu_ 190.98Mrs. goods in store.Hammonds.
Dr. S. S. Jones C. V. Rowland-Lot 13, Harrison's Add. (paid on account
GERMAN GOES FREE $27.50)) ___________________________________________________ 102.56Lucy I
London.-An Englishman who within CHIROPRACTOR S. Br'ant-Lot 1, Whildens Lucerne Property uuuuuu 143.08
graduate Davenport College 17 and Nora Hammond-E. 10 feet of Lot 13 of Allotment of S.% of N. W.
the last few days has returned to > > ___________ ___
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone 4 of S. W. of Sec. 26, Tp. 22, S. R. 29 E. -- -- 12.30C. Cooree
London, after spending four monthsin 209. Intelligent people everywhereare A. Hovey-Lot 12, Block 39, R. R. Reed's Add. uuuuu 321.44Jos. !
restored L. Guernsey-Lot 13 and 15 and N. 4.3 feet of Lot 17 of So.
solitary confinement in Germany, being to the health by chiropractic Florida Railroad Add. _____________________________________ 112.64
adjustments, new scienceof FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
was arrested and detained at a police the Mrs. Queen E. McElroy-The E. 76.33 feet of Lot 1, Jesse T. Davis e
station on suspicion of benig a Ger- amination removing free. cause of disease.12-24-lmo Ex-J Add. _____________________________________________________ 93.77 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI. Orlando Fla.
J. D. Prescott-Lots 7 of H. Dickson's Revision of Lots 9-16 of J. T. ,
s Add 189.73
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I FlayaJ. Smith.:.West 43 feet of Lot 1 of H.:Dickson's Revision of

FORAGE GROCERY CO. Lots 9-16 of J. T. Davis Add. _______________________________ 42.74
I Rock-Lots 1 and 2 (less S. 60 feet of lots 1 and 2)) block 28 of
II ChaR. R. Reed's Add. _ __ 172.t.9'. Sentinel Want Ads Get
---- -- ------ --- ---------- -- Results
.. Specials for Saturdayand Protestant Episc. Church_Beginning 10.65 feet N. of S. W. corner of I ,
Lot 4 of Original Town of Orlando, run N. 298.05 feet to Wash-
I ington St. E. 268.06 feet to Main street, south 298.05 ft, W.
MondayThe 268.06 feet to beginning. (Court St. Paving.)------_____---- 145.66 I
Mrs. Sarah F. Boone-Lot 14, Boone's Revision ___________________ 68.68
I Dr. C. A. Boone Jr.-Lot 13, Boone's Revision __________________ 4! .95
Mrs. Sarah F. Boone-Lot 12, Boone's Revision ___u____________ 49.1KMrs. : ;:> CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Store that saves you money on Groceries I Bessie M. Robertson Lot 11, Boone's: Revision uuuu 4f 95

16 pounds Granulated Sugar ___________________$1.00 Charles Lord-Lot 8, Boone's Addition uuuuuu___ 87.41
I 1'M. ___________________________
O. Dovell-Lot 7 Boone's Addition 67.37:
4 cans tall Sunshine Cream for ___________________25c
j! F. D. Gore-S. 14.8 feet of Lot 13, Boones Add. ___________________ 10.72 DIRECTORAND
The same large size, per can, 8c., by the dozen ____90c Preston Long-Begin 710.8 feet W. of Center of Sec. 23, Tp. 22, S.
10 pounds Meal ________________________________25c i R. 29 E. and run W. 614 feet S. 215 feet E. 614 feet N. 215 feet
10 Ibs. Grits ---________________________________25c to beginning ______________________________________________ 234.90' EMBALMER
E. R. Loveland Begin 594 feet W. of Center of Sec. 23, 22, S.I .
24 lb. sack Pillsbury Flour ____________________$1.10 Range 29 E.-and run S. 1320 feet, W. 76 feet, N. 1320 Tp.feet, E.-

Large size Pail, Snowdrift ______________-______$1.00 76 feet to beginning __-_______ ___________________ _______ 45.22
6.1 2 Packages Corn Flakes _________________'________15c Wm. Lentch The E. 66 feet of the N. 200 feet of begin 442 feet ', All calls answered
,Yo of center of Sec. 23, Tp. 22, S. of Range 29 E. and S. 'I Promptly Dayor
Curants Raisins run
or per package __________________lOc
1320 feet, W. 76 feet, N. 1320 feet, E. 76 feet to beginning__ 39.27
4 cans No. 2 Tomatoes __________________________25c Cornell & Davis-Begin 222 feet, W. of center of Sec. 23, Tp. 22, u S. Night. Hand Block.
Arbuckles Ground Coffee ________________________19c Range 29 E., and run S. 1320 feet, W. 150 feet, N. 1320 feet, E.
Loose Ground Coffee, 2 Ibs for ____________________35c 150 feet to beginning uu__________________________________ 89.25G. ,
i e White Bacon 10 Ibs. and up, per lb. _________..____12V- A.29 Turner E. and Begin run S.405 6 degrees feet E. ,of 1320 of feet Sec., W.23,65 Tp.feet 22,, S.N.Range 6 de- Orlando, Florida.PHONE .

Kingan's Sliced Bacon, pound _____________________30c grees, W. 1320 feet, E. 65 feet to beginning ______uuu___ 38.68
; Pure Creamery Butter -------___________________38c Mrs. Alice M. Phillips-Begin at Center of Sec. 23, Tp. 22, S. of 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
Georgia Butter in one pound cubes _______________30c flange 29 E. run S, 1320 feet, W. 222 feet, N. 1320 feet, E. 222
feet to beginning _________--________--___--___--_____--___ 132.09T.
A full line shoulders Hams and Breakfast
Bacon at J. Watkins-Begin 145 feet E. of the S. E. corner of Lot 10 of
comparatively low prices. Boone's Addition, run N. 105 feet to Lucerne Circle.! S. 69 degrees -
13 minutes, E. 112.75 feet to America St. W. 195 feet
FEEDOats __ _____ _____ __ _____ ____ __ _
; per sack _________________$2.25 to beginning __ ___________ 94.06
Mrs. O. A. 1'lcQuaig-Lot 10 of Allottment of S. Vz of N. W. of
a Corn, per sack ___________$1.90 ._ _____.__ _4___
W. _
----------------- S. '& of Sec. 26, Tp. 22, S. Range 29 E 180.75CARL The Orlando
Beet Pulp, per sack -------------___________$1.80 JANSEN, City Clerk. Meat Market
Shorts, per sack -------------_____________$1.75 Orlando, Florida, June 19th, 1915.

Cotton Seed Meal, per sack ---------____________$1.35 T. A. YANCY/.Manager:

; Scratch Feed, per sack ------------_____________$2.15 .
The Celebrated Martin L. Hall Coffee is being dem- MIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIiMIIIIMMIHMMMMIMMMIMIWe Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

: onstrated in our store today, come and have a cup free.

aterMe1onsWehave l n Giv n Away'' Florida and Western Meats

Fresh Car Georgia and Florida Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

Special 1 Attention to Hotel' and Out of Town Orders

Peaches and CantaloupesPeaches added many more PHONES / Business '135 P. O. BOX 226
\ Residence (133 Cor. Orange. Awe. and ChurchSt.

10 to 40 Cents Per Basket bargains to our GREAT GROCERY -

Cantaloupes 5 and 10 Cents Each SALE, and will continueit

Fresh Tomatoes 15 to 25c Per Basket until Monday night.Saturday .

Fresh Stock at the Right Price we give a ORLANDO ROOFINGAND


FOR THE SUMMER CAMPThe with every $5.00 sale. 25 lbs. Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

best GRANULATED SUGARfor and Rubber
VICTROLA furnishes the ideal music, either for amuse- Roofings

ment, entertainment or even for worship.The $1.25 with every $10.00 sale. Cornices
SkyUgbts..Heating, Ventilating Metal Ceilings
twenty-five dollar machine answers the purpose in most POTATO BAKER FREE with ;

instances. Many already have them. \
Many more will Works
14 E. Church St.
: -
have them when they know how much the music adds to the j | every $1.00 sale.CARUTHERS. .

pleasure of camp .

life.W. GORE
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To reduce our stock as much as pos- |'CHARTER< OF AXCTEMEAT
Dumber La-th5 and Shingles SENTINELWANT sible by the 15th, will give a discount i j MARKET:
of 25 per cent. off our regular cash '
price on any goods in stora Hammond 1
& Gore. 6-5-tf I The name of this corporation shall
S be the Yancey Meat Market, and its
BUYERS AND SELLERSI principle place of business shall be
buy, sell rent, and exchange real in Orlando, Florida..
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., >
over 30 years. Have handled over The general nature of the businessto
The Morning Sentinel Want $20,000,000. Call and see me. be transacted by this corporationshall
Directory is the Greatest Want 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. be to own and operate a general
ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando. retail and wholesale meat market in
Umbrellas recovered and repaired the City of Orlando, County of Orange -
Terms Cash in Advance. "while you wait," at Young's Repair State of Florida, and such other
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc diverse places as may seem desirableto
Plaster and Lime
Cement, Agatile RATES the Board of Directors. To own,

.. For One Day ______________25t NOTICE operate build erect rent, purchaseand
For Three Days ___________-50c I am now at "Butt's," with J. J. sell real estate houses, store
"''III For Six Days _______________75c McCranie, in the luncheonette service, buildings, and any manner of realty
For One Month ___________$2.50 and would thank all my patrons to remember necessary or desirable to the carrying
This rate applies on all ads of my new location. on of the business herein set forth.
25 words or less. If the ad con- 6-17-3tc ROY GODBOLD. To own and operate slaughter houses,
tains more than 25 words the rate -- and to engage in the business of
will be one cent per word for broker in cattle, sheep, hogs, and all
each additional word, for each in- USE manner of edible lice stock. To buy,
sertion.If sell raise, and secure vegetables and
you can't bring your ad to vegetable farms, fruits, and to engage -
Let Us Lay Your Gas the office telephone No. 24. Ac- and carry on all lines of bargain ;
counts opened by telephone will be G ECOINSECTICIDE and sale usually pertaining to the '

payable the following day. business of marketing.3 t.I

Every Home-Every Business The capital stock of this corpora'I f'I
Service Pipes FreeI Every Man has use for a tion shall be Three Thousand ,
Sentinel Want Ad. divided into thirty shares at a par f
value of One Hundred Dollars a J
share, and all payments on the stock
FOR SALE in and around your'.. houseto and of interest money shall be madein II
kill lawful money of the United Statesof

FOR SALE-Horse and almost America, provided, however, thatproperty .1
labor or services may be
208 East Robinson
nue. new. 6-15-6t ave- MOTHS MITES, ANTS AND purchased or paid for with capital I
stock at valuation for such property -
FOR SALE labor or services to be set by the

SIX CYLINDER SEVEN PASSENGER GE'CO is a stainless liquid used with Board of Directors.
CAR. THIS IS A BAR- a spray and guaranteed to do the 4
For every Gas Range or Water Heater purchased from us be- GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD work. Den't set up and fight mosquitoes tion The shall term exist for shall which be this ninetynineyears corpora-
CAR IIUKKY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf all night. Spray your room
tween now and July 1st, we will lay the regulation service pipe with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have from of letters and after the date of these issuance -
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract your Groceryman get it for you. Or patent upon
(up to 100 feet) and install the range or heater absolutely Free one quarter mile from city limits; direct if he will not supply you. Put articles of incorporation.5
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- up by theSCCOG.
of Charge.We poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. The business of this corporationshall
6-9-tf ORLANDO, be carried on by a President, aVicePresident
will also allow 20 per cent. discount for cash on every FLORIDA a Secretary, and a
FOR SALE OR RENT-Twe story ,, : Treasurer, and a Board of not more
Cabinet Range bought to replace a gas stove now in use. cottage, seven rooms and bath, PI O. Box 28$ Phone 341 than seven nor less than three direc-
tors. These officers shall be elected
modern conveniences, roomy porches, Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com-
Do you have Gas in your house? If not now is the time to excellent con ition. W. L. Tilden. annually and the first election of officers -
pound and keep down the dust.
2-23-tf shall be held on the first Wednesday -
have it put in. z. S'''D mi.l- I after the First Tuesday in January -
FOR RENT 1916, and thereafter on the first
DoctorsBnekiiiastcr after the
I It Wednesday first Tuesday in
FOR RENT-Four large airy rooms January of each and every year. Any
with bath and a large veranda, fur- & Brandagc person may hold any two of these
nished or unfurnished. The coolest offices, except that the same person
place in town. On Lake Eola. 214 OSTEOPATHS shall not hold the two offices of Pres-
Robinson avenue. 6-17-6t ident and Vice-President, and any and
Personal instruction under Dr. Still all the officers of this corporationmay

FOR RENT-Furnished fiat in brand at Kirksville, Mo. be members of the Board of Di-
new house with all modern improve- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples rectors. The business of this corpora-
ments, including private bath room. National Bank. Phone 578. tion shall be carried on until the
ORLANDO WATER & Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Eola. first annual election of officers by
I Inquire at Nicholson Bakery. the following officers, to-wit: T. A.
6-15-61 PHONE 646 Yancey, Sr., President, Thomas Allen
Yancey, Jr., Vice-president, and Mrs.I. .
GAS FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- For Eight Cylinder( Cadillac B. Yancey, Secretary and Treasurer -
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. and these three shall constitutethe
Yancey. 3-28-tfe .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- first Board of Directors.
WANTI The highest amount of indebtedness -
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. to which this Corporation shallat
WANTED POSITION, by white girlof 12-10-lm any one time subject itself shall
good character, as seamstress, or be Three Thousand Dollars. ($3,000.-
... nurse for children. Address B., care 00)).
Sentinel. 6-15-tf 7
Orlando Wood Yard The name and residence of each of
WANTED-To rent house by the the subscribers hereto, and the
year. Must be modern, have sleep' amount of capital stock subscribedfor
ing porch, about five or six rooms,and Removed from Pine St. two blocks by each shall be as follows, to-
Sale must be well located, close in. State wit:
location and rent in answer. Address north on Railroad, west end Wash- T. A. Yancey, Sr., Orlando, Fla, 1
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat share.
Thomas Allen Yancey, Jr., Orlando,
RELIABLE WOMAN wants situation all times. Fla., 1 share.
immediately; private family preferred - Mrs. I. B. Yancey, Orlando, Fla, 28
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 ; very experiencedcook and shares.In .
maid. A neat and thoroughly good witness whereof, we have here-
worker. Best of city references. Ad- B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE unto set our hands and seals this 11
And continuing for two weeks dress E. C-, care Sentinel. day of June 1915.T. .
6-15-6t Sr., (Seal)
WANTED horse to keep for the (Seal.)
summer, for its feed; best of care. MRS. I. B. YANCEY, (Seal).
I Also one ton of hay for sale. Ad-
dress P. O. Box 181. 6-18-St* NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY -
On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts I Notice is hereby given that on the
The partnership of Davis and Man- 19th day of July, 1915 the undersigned -
ning, painting and decorating has will apply to the lIon. Park Tram-
Kimonas, and House Dresses been dissolved, and notice is hereby mell, Governor of the State of Flori-
given that W. L. Davis will not be da, or his successors in office, for let-
liable for any debts incurred by said If you are disappointedabout ters patent to issue to them, incor-
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at firm. W. L. DAVIS. getting a new Eas- porating them, their successors and
assigns, into a body politic, under the
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB ter Suit,we can put your name of the Yancey Meat Market,
old one in good condi- on the following proposed articles of
Incorporation, the original of which is
Located in the Arcade Building tion for just such occas now on file in the office of the Secre-

Come and look at our line All work guaranteed and neat- ions. tary of State at Tallahassee, Florida.
ly done. Our work is the best
and our prices are the lowest. '
MRS. I. B.
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. This is the place to have your ..ORlANDO STEAM lAUNDRY.. J. A. ROWE, YANCEY.
old clothes made new. Attorney for Incorporators.

Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Dry Cleaning -
WINTER GARDEN, FLA. State of Florida,
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Steam Cleaning ss

pressed _____________40c. Pressing and Repairing County of Orange,
.J All Palm Beaches scrubbed Before me personally appeared T.

., and pressed ____________50c Jr.A. Yancey, Sr., Thomas Allen Yancey.
and Mrs. I. B. Yancey, who, being
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. duly sworn, state that they are the
r We do ladies' work also. Giveus Cut Flowers persons who signed the foregoing
a trial and be convinced. proposed articles of incorporation for
Pure Ice Creal11 I Clothes called for and delivered. the Yancey Meat Market, and that
. they signed the same for the purposes
4 and Plants therein mentioned.
Phone 613. T. A. YANCEY, Sr.
When you want PURE ICE Floral Designs Signed and sworn to before me,
For Partyyou this the 11th day of June, 1915.
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
G Cololilal l ] Hill EDWARD G. HOUSELT,
don't believe that we take Club] Notary Public, State of Florida.

the greatest care in its mainR'e My Commission expires March 12,
make our Ice Cream from 1917.
facture come up and watch us Church SocialSchool .
tubercular tested cows. All Violet Dell Florist.
make it. You will be surprisedat I Social You hear about Colonial -,.
cans, moulds and
the care every detail is given. Hills. OSTEOPATHDR.
used in the manufacture of our J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
Any kind you want, any time Lodge

you want it. la any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril You read about Colo- 509. 408 South Lake St. JOSEPHINE HARPER

from a quart up. ized. PicnicOrder nial Hills. Office corner Orange Avenue andChurch

C St., Davis & McNeil Bldg,
You are cordially invited to You talk about Colo-
Phone 419.
inspect our factory at any Hands Pure nial Hills. CUNT BASS '

time. Ice Cream Sooner or later you PHONE 375WestJefferson

will buy in Colonial Street

Hills. Why not NOW! Successor to

HANDS ICE CREAM CO. It will give you satis- Hand Wood CompanyWood

faction and profit. of All Kinds


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Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Shaw and chil-
iwiiL\ dren have gone to visit relatives and
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friends in Savannah.Dr. : -

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\ J. L. Dean has returned from
Jacksonville where he attended a
meeting of the State Pharmaceutical
; Association.Mrs. .

I Po.. E. Strieker returned yes-
terday from Tampa where she had AI

been spending the week with rela- ,. .
?- tives and friends.

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Mrs. C. C. Abernethy returned yesterday i
from Tampa where she had

been her daughter, Mrs. E. .
visiting k ,,,-- =-; -
V. Whittaker. -. ckr

"Let's meet at Butt's." &
"Do not put off for tomorrow 7'HE. &

what you should do to- Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Jr., and son,
: day"-for tomorrow never- Master Stanley, expect to go over to fftQ,en"o9.. 11 4JUIL Zl,1L141& 0JndU
Daytona Beach today where they will
comes! spend the next ten daj s. \ "nxmututttt a, wnk ..

Doing is the great thing. The man Mr. W. II. Streeter, a prominent cigar 'Wfw- .& t 11\01Uit\\ totW
manufacturer of Lakeland, who -
who acts accomplishes. It may bet
has been spending several days in this
too late if wait. Why not de-
- : you section, returned home last evening.
posit a dollar today and start on the IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST FIRST
acticve road Ho prosperitythousands After spending a couple of weeksin
are traveling happily that way. this section looking over the landsof BUY IT. THEN YOU CAN BUY IT. AND IT WILL REALLY
Orange county, Messrs. Joseph BELONG TO YOU.
Put aside a little a week and see how
and Davis and Harry Cloud returned yesterday YOU MUST HAVE MONEY IN THE BANK TO SUPPORT
faithfully steadily
easily, your
account grows. to Chicago, 111. ANY ENTERPRISE YOU MAY UNDERTAKE.WE .

Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Robinson expectto

THE STATE BANKOF leave tomorrow for Hendersonville, BANK WITH US
N. C., where they will spend some
time enjoying life in the Land of the .

Mr. James Beacham, a prominent The Peoples National BanK"IT
business man of Dublin, Ga., is in Or-
lando visiting his brother Mr. Brax-
J ton Beacham, at his pretty home on
North Orange avenue.
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Mrs. Frank Gordon and sister Miss
ARE YOU DRINKING Swearingen, who have been visiting ,
friends in the southern of the
state, returned to Orlando part yesterday H tf MIMMMIMM . " 'lf..t'C"'f""f


Mr.Miss and Camilla Mrs II. R.Berry Berry, daughter, will depart of '

today for Long Island where she will THE NEW P PAKAE A T''INIXFULLY

; Elder Spring and be the duaghter guest for of Mr.a month.and Mrs. Rider

Rev. Smith Hardin and Rev. Carter
Hardin, who have been visiting their EQUIPPEDThe
brother and family during the League
conference, have returned to their
Water ? homes, the former to Orlando the

latter to Sarasota.-Lakeland' Star. best value ever producedin

lion. W. R. O'Neal, of Orlando was
here yesterday with his wife, and MOTOR
stal .. high grade CARS
Mrs. Mallory, Miss Mollie Ray and
Mr. Sidney Newell. Mr. O'Neal is
grand deputy of the grand chapter
Royal Arch Masons. He came to inspect f.o.b. Orlando

A sparkling thirst- the Eustis chapter.--Eustis
pure, Lake Region.Mr. .

quenching spring water. and Mrs. F. X. Schuller left
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic

Look for it in the homes you they Coast will Line sail for today Jacksonville on the Merchants where

: & Miners steamship "Sewannee" for By
Baltimore, where they will spend a
visit. ;i few days and then go to Sedan, West

til Virginia fall. where they will remain un- San Juan Garage Company

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: CALL UP during which time he visited his for-
mer home in Rochester, N. Y.Ir.. =
D. S. Bardo returned to Orlando yesterday -
afternoon, and is again at his

W.\ \WRIGHT\ Pilolle n 444 .I.has Bardo pretty been says home very the in weather disagreeable Concord in Park.the and:\Ir'l THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost

some places the fruit crop has been ; select ,. .
f :: persons of wealth a corporate - -- n -R .
And place order todayajmillMMMMiltliMMMtlllililllil' seriously damaged. executor because they know it insures ;. ;
your "Let's meet at-Butt's." I faithful and capable performance of the ..: I
I trusts they create. ,
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left )'ester-I Whether the estate be !large or of mod- i. ( .{: i .
day afternoon .
for i
MM Murphy erate size, it is to the interest of both l .' ,-<,.
where she will make her II .. L
home with '
yourself and heirs to name this Companyas _' \ ._ '
her sisters. .
r Miss
has been
executor and Trustee. =;:':", !.;. ''' ,
one of the accomplished teachers in I ,3V *
Rollins College at Winter Park for The Records of our Trusts are convincing ; ;/ -I
of the community's confidence '- '- : ', .
the past three years, and the patronsas evidence : .:" _.' < :
J, well as her many friends will re- in our capabilities. U* !t : ..'
get that she will not be with that T i:f n .1'
1 Iexce'l.lent WHY THE TRUST COMPANY? .
Valuable Diamond Lost '
institution the coming ses- I 4 ..'1;. ;.,.....,.. > .' :
t sion. i -:;." ,1.Jii -' I
'I Because of the necessity for efficient ':ti : ..; ,
l Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Coleman and I banking organizations to care for the fiduciary r
son, Spencer, who have been visiting business the Trust Company has de- # >;
How often this appears in the newspapers, the re- Prof. and Mrs. E. S. "Wetzel Tampa veloped, in half a century, the highest type < -<
sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby street, for the past week, leave today of banking institution.

having it examined at our store at least once every for their home in Orlando. They have I Primarily chartered to handle trusts,
4 month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof a number of friends in Tampa who the Trust Companies of the United States $ s t '
are always glad to welcome them to I '
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing the Prof. have developed such efficiency that not one

i in our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's charge city.of the Michigan Coleman Avenue was school in I care cent have of trust been funds lost through committed their .- 4

profit. A trial will convinec you. for a couple of years, going from hereto : ;
i Orlando.-Tampa Times.Mr. Have you investigated the service of tom'
i. .j this institution, 1 1Orlallhlo
i.l and Mrs. J. II. Ilanlon, who j ,
have a beautiful place on Bird's Eye I

: T. H. EVANS lake among in the the visitors Lockhart to Orlando section,yester-were I' Bailk

day.look, Mr In speaking Hanlon said of the the orange crop would out- n & Trust t C CoMlially n

fall far short of what it was estimated -
\, ;JEWELER: in the first part of the year. l ORLANDO, FLORIDACapital

P The corn, watermelons] potatoes,peas,
and other truck too numerous to men- and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three

tion, will be raised in ample sufficiency Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.r (
as the seasons thus far have
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