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 23, 1915
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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).
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[ FRANCEFate Atlanta, Ga., June 22.-While-the -jutant General Nash were called out FRANK NOW NERVOUS WRECKHas \ NOT TO lAND "HIS '

militia still was on guard at Governor late last night to guard the country

of Campaign Hinges on Slaton's country home, quiet prevailed estate of Governor Slaton, near here, Not Been Put to Labor Yet
both there and in the city today after a crowd of several hundred men That
Outcome of Unprecedented and there was no indication of a and boys had marched there and madea -Slaton Reaffirms

Fighting Around Arras repetition of the exciting: scenes of demonstration in protest againstthe He Did the Right FORCES ON MEXICAN SOil

and LaBasse yesterday and last night, which came commutation of Frank's death Thing
after announcement of the commuta- sentence to life imprisonment.The .

tion of Leo Frank's death sentence.In crowd was quickly dispersedby -
London, June 22.-Tonight official Atlanta, Ga., June 22.-Despite the
the city the near beer saloons the soldiers after the governor had the demonstration against SONORA-ITES TELL HOWARD -
communications at both Paris and fact that
which were closed by the authorities declared the zone within half a mile
Governor Slaton in Atlanta has all THAW ONCE MORE
Berlin report the bombardment oO yesterday, were allowed to reopen of his home under martial law. When but worn itself away, martial law is
the Germans from distance and there first ordered leave of the AMERICANS:
Dunkirk by a thiis morning were no to some still in effect at the governor's country -
of*23 miles. Fourteen shells crowds in the streets. demonstrators called to the soldiers to estate, five miles from the city,
At the governor's home it was stated "shoot," accompanying their retort THIS MAKES: FOURTH ATTEMPT -
were hurled at the seaport. Several and several companies of militiamenare ONLY U. S.TROOPS ON HAND
civilians were killed. that the militia probably will be with a bombardment of the troops held in readiness to rush to the OF THAW TO 1,500
withdrawn from around his home to- with missiles. Two officers and a Milledgeville,
defense of the prison at
North of Arras and north of
night. private were slightly hurt. No shots where Frank has begun serving his Odds Are Greatly Against Small
LaBasse canal the British and French Two battalions of Georgia militia were fired, the soldiers advanced with life

troops are fighting hand to hand with and the governor's horse guard troops fixed bayonets. No civilians were in- Barbed term. wire entanglements which IS NOW CONFIDENT OF WINNINGThaw Force of Americans Who

the Germans for supren cy in a bat- under the personal command of Ad- jured. protect the governor's home have not Would Aid Fellow

tle which Berlin admits holds the fate been taken down. Two battalions of CountrymenWashington

of both the hostile armies in northern infantry supported by machine guns Plans to Attend Panama-
France. remain on duty at his estate. Pacific Exposition When June 22.-Mexican authorities -

The governor's horse guard continues in the state of Sonora,where
Trial Is O-er-lle
.., During the night following the
to scour the surrounding coun- the Americans are threatened with
bombardment the Germans made several Jacksonville Violator Harrison Purses Will Be About $300- Very ConfidentNew
try and warn the infantry of the approach extermination by the Yaqui Indians,
'J; counter attacks north of Arras Anti-Narcotic Act Goes to Will Enter -
Many 'Speedway" of any hostile crowd. The have served a practical ultimatum on
but were' driven back with the excep- Atlanta Federal From Orlando guard will not be withdrawn before York, June 22.-The jury in Admiral Howard, who has gone to the
tion of one point southeast of Sou- Thaw's fourth legal effort to gain his
Prison and ElsewhereL. tomorrow. I rescue of the Americans, that he must
chez where succeeded in gaininga
they freedom was chosen today by the I
Word from the Milledgeville
comes not land his forces on Mexican soil!
foothold in a section of trenches. Jacksonville, Fla., June 22D. W. B. Fort received a wire from prison that Frank has suffered a complete supreme court. The jury is an aux- Secretary Daniels gave out the of-

white arraigned be- breakdown, and because of this iliary and advisory body for Judge ficial from Admiral Howard ofa
WILSON MAKING NO NEW EFFORTS Spence, a man, Daytona advising that a racing program report
Hendrick who will decide the
TO BRING PEACEIN fore Judge Rhydon M. Call this morn- had been arranged on the beach illness has not yet been assigned to case. conference that the admiral had
EUROPE ing in the federal court, entered a for Monday, July 5. There will be manual labor. The terrible strain of Fifty witnesses summoned in be- yesterday on board the flagship Colorado
half of K. Thaw in his effortto
plea of guilty to a violation of the several entries from Orlando and his two years struggle through death Harry off Guaymas with General Leyva,
that he is not insane and is
Harrison anti-narcotic act and received nearby cities. Sanford, DeLand, shadows seems to have gripped him prove in command of that city.
D. C.-President Wil-
entitled be free from Mattea-
a sentence of one year and one Tampa and other cities will enter. on the instant, although his safety is Secretary Daniels said that after
revealed that all the offersof
son mediation in Europe which the I day in the Atlanta federal prison. There will be a 10 mile free for all, assured. wan asylum were ready to testify in receiving the information he had not

United States had made or semi-pub- Spence is one of the several alleged $100 prize; 10 mile small car race, For the first time since Saturdaythe his sanity trial beginning today. sent Admiral Howard any further in-
This Thaw's fourth
violators of the law arrested left his home today escorted was attempt to structions. The state and departments
governor -
i $100 prize; 20 mile free for all, $100 navy
licly have been disclosed, and that at
obtain his freedom habeas ,,
I recently in connection with the cru- prize, and races for Ford roadstersand by a heavy guard as he made by corpus thus-put it squarely up to-
present no new efforts are being but the first instance in which his
sade against the illegal traffic in hab- Ford touring cars. Special cups his way to the capitol building wherehe I'the discretion of Admiral Howard
made. he said it forming drugs. It is the first sen- will be given in the 10 and 20 mile received visitors and friends for a plea has been heard by a jury. Jus- whether or not he shall land and take
Foreign governments, were
tice Hendrick however
pointed out
to be meted out in the short time. the of his act.
tence cases free for all races.BASEBALL. consequences
of the desire of the
generally aware
now before the court, and it is "I'm sure that I did right," he exclaimed that the jury was an advisory board The state department has definite
United States to do anything possibleto
and trial
assist in thought it will have the desired effectin RESULTS at the state house. "Time a jury. information that not more than fifteen -
bringing peace. bringing to an end the scourge now i".iU vindicate me. When the peopleof "If they come to one conclusion,, hundred troops are available for

evident in this city. The crusade has National ole. Georgia become calmer, when they while I reach another I shall not be the protection of the Americans.
been carried study decision, they will realizeI bound by their findings, he added. .
successfully by Dep- my -
New York
1 innings
SIX YEARS AND PAY Philadelphia ; 9
Thaw confident of
uty Revenue Agent L. L. Froneberger darkness. would have been unworthy the posi- was so success Hayti Revolution
$10,000 FINE ,
tion I hold had I allowed Frank that he was planning to attend the
and U. S. Marshal J. B. Brown. to
Boston 3, Brooklyn 2. Washington, June 22.-Admiral
death." Panama-Pacific exposition after the
Bloemfontein, South Africa.-A sen- Cincinnati 1, Pittsburgh 3. go I Caperton was ordered today to proceed -

tence of six years imprisonment and ASSOCIATED CHARITIES TO All that were scheduled. trial.Frank Cook and Alfred L. Becker,, immediately from Vera Cruz to

.t a fine of 2,000 pounds ($10,000) was OPEN OFFICES American League Guards at Prison Increased representing the state attorney gen- Cape Haytien, Hayti, with the cruiser

imposed on General Christian DeWet, Washington 7, Boston 4. Milledgeville, Ga., June 22.-Leon eral, who with a representative of the Washington and a force of marines .
one of the leaders of the South Afri- Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock Cleveland 6, Chicago 9. M. Frank was examined by his phy- district attorney's office were prose- when it became known to the govern-

can rebellion against the British gov- the board of governors of the recently Detroit 9, St. Louis 13; 15 innings. sician today, preparatory to being put cutors, were reported to be anxiousto : ment that the French had landed a
found organized Associated Charities met at Philadelphia-N. York to work. Frank is naval force at Cape Haytien.
ernment, guilty of treascn yesterday wet grounds. light bordering on find Evelyn! Nesbit Thaw to call
on eight counts. the San Juan hotel for the purpose of Federal League a nervous breakdown. He has eaten her as a witness.Dr. The state and navy departmentshave

discussing various business of inter- Brooklyn 3, St Louis 4. but little. Rumors of an attack to Raymond Kieb, superintendentof evidently not been informed of

RUSSIANS REPORT SINKING OF est to the society. In the near futurea Newark 4, Pittsburg 2. be made on the prison were not cred- Matteawan asylum, and Dr. Carlos the crisis in the revolution of the

TURKISH STEAMER AND membership committee will be ap- Baltimore 4, Chicago 11. ited, but as precautionary measure MacDonald, an alienist, were pros- Hayti government and had no marines 1'
SHIPS pointed to aid in the work of the or- Buffalo-Kansas City, rain. the guards have been increased. pective witnesses against Thaw. in Hayti waters, but the situa
ganization. Permanent offices of the Southern League Prison Commissioner Patterson vis- tion apparently was being watched r:

Petrograd. is announced offi- society will soon be opened and the Atlanta 5, Birmingham 2. ited the state farm this afternoon and closely by the French. i

cially that Russian submarines have work of the organization begun. A Mobile 5, New Orleans 0. talked with Frank and conferred with EXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATE FORA
sunk a large steamer and two sailing meeting of the board will be held next Little Rock 3, Nashville 1. the prison officials. A volume of TRIP GYPSY MILLIONAIREDenver

vessels belonging to the Turks in the Monday at the same time and place. All that were scheduled. mail was received by Frank today.

'oJ Black sea between Eregli (a seaportone South Atlantic League Many letters offered consolation and The Clyde St. Johns river line is Colo.-Gypsies from all

hundred and twenty miles east of PACKARD GETS PRIZE Augusta 5, Jacksonville. commended the action of the state. offering the public a very low rate over the West participated in weird -.

the Bosphorus), and Kefken (sixtymiles : Macon 8, Columbia 6. from Sanford to Jacksonville and re rites here yesterday at the burial of

west of Eregli). The San Juan Garage has just received Albany 8, Charleston 4. An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a turn. The rate is $7.00, and includes Marie Adams, ninety-three, queen of
a wire from the Packard Motor Columbus 6, Savannah 3. safe investment meals and berth. The return limit is one of their wealthiest tribes. i
BRITISH STEAMER -- - -- five days. The luxuriously appointed ;
SUNK; THIRTEEN Car company announcing that the The queen left an estate estimated
OF CREW MISSING superior jury of the Panama-Pacific steamer "Osceola" leaves Sanford at $1,000,000. She had $80,000 on J
$77,490,000 Is Value Of Lives : Tuesday, Thursday and J
Saturday at
exposition has awarded the grand ; deposit in banks of Denver and suburban 1
London.The British steamer Car- prize and first medal of honor, their 11:30 o'clock a. m. The trip is a towns.

isbrook, of Glasgow, from Montrealfor highest award, to the Packard MotorCar At 3 A. C. L. Street Crossings combination daylight- searchlight and
Leith, was sunk by gunfire froma company, of Detroit. moonlight trip for a distance of 400 THE WEATHER 1
German submarine on June 21 at a The exhibit of the company con- miles through the heart of Florida.

point 40 miles north of Kinnairds sisted of a Packard motor carriageand Reckoning the value of an Orlando 38 pedestrians, 5 autos, 9 horse drawn Tickets are now on sale. Florida: Scattered thunder showers -

'. Heads. a new type Packard chainless citizen's life at $9,000, the figure per vehicles, 6 bicycles; total, 58 for the Wednesday, except fair in north
Eleven members of her crew were heavy duty truck. It was installedby half hour. GOES TO COCOA AS MANAGERW.
individual at which settled portion. Thursday fair.
saved. Thirteen have not been accounted Cuyler Lee, Packard dealer in San Germany For Central 51 U. T.

for.BLOODY. Francisco. with Spain for the lives of Spanish 22 autos, 10 horse avenue drawn: pedestrians vehicles, 16, . . . . I

citizens kilj U at Liege, the value of I bicycles; total, 99 for the half hour. G. J. Hancock, day clerk in the local PLENTY:: OF CHRISTMAS '

ss..sss.s..sss.sssS WILL DELIVER AN ADDRESS ON Orlando lives which daily cross the This; makes a total for the three Western Union telegraph office leaves TREES '

BARBED WIRE INS PE.CET DEL.AND Atlantic Coast Line railroad tracks crossings of 287. Thursday for Cocoa where he will 1 s

WARFARE '. at Church and Pine streets and Cen- I Take the figures for one half hour's assume the duties of manager of the Washington, D. C.-There wills

Rev. J. ,Yo Stagg went over to De- tral avenue crossings reaches the :traffic and you will find that the num- office at that place. His many friends be plenty of Christmas trees next '

London, June 22.-"They got Land yesterday afternoon where he amazing total of $77,490,000. I ber of people crossing the tracks in will regret his departure.Mr. i. December, the department of agriculture *

as far as the wire. They hacked was on the program to deliver an ad- Startling as this statement i a fifteen hour day reaches the total A. E. Lang, of Jacksonville, announced today. New .

s it, tore it, until their hands were dress on "Peace" before an organization seem at first glance it is easily''of 8,610 persons, which if multiplied district manager for the Western regulations to control the gypsy '
raw and bleeding and their which formed proved. An accurate count was made I I Union Telegraph in S
was recently in by the head price paid by Germanyfor company was moth will protect and permit the
S uniforms went to tatters. }'rom. i that city to affiliate with the Florida of the automobiles, horse drawn vehicles I the Spaniards killed at Liege will Orlando yesterday on business. s shipment of the trees. '

their starting point right up to I Peace Sociey which was formed in bicycles. and pedestrians cross- :give you the grand total of $77,490000 ,- S "In the territory quarantined
s the wire they left a deep lane of Orlando recently. ing the tracks for a half hour in the or the exact valuation of the human PRINCE OF WALES WILL ATTAIN I. for gypsy moth" the statement {

their dead and dying 120 yards early afternoon yesterday when travel life flowing back and forth IIIS MAJORITY TODAY says, "Christmas trees and greens '

S long, a sight so poignant that THREE MONTHS ON ROAD was unusually light at these points. .across these three railroad crossings I. may now be shipped out after ,
s men coming suddenly on that Consequently there is little danger of :!during the course of a single day. London.-The Prince of Wales will they have been inspected by department _

bloody trail broke down and wept Thomas Wyatt, a negro, was yes- ,overestimation in the figures obtained j i Yesterday was a comparatively !!attain his majority today. At the request -I. agents and found free *
at the sheer pity, at the undying terday sentenced to three by the count. j! t
months on light day for traffic. During the winter i of the king there will be no
glory of it." sS the road by Judge Warlow for the illegal Here are the results: j! there is little doubt that more public celebration of the event. The 'ins
In this way the official observers sale of whiskey. Church street: 88 pedestrians, 10 j 1 than three times this number of people j prince will not come back to Londonfor products in interstate commerce

s the Middlesex regiment des autos, 21 horse drawn vehicles, and 11 cross and recross the tracks. Orange I : the occasion and the numerous was not allowed under any circumstances -
scribes the horror of"barbed wire More of that $1.35 book for 50c. bicycles; total, 130 people for the half j avenue traffic is considered very addresses of congratulations prepared from the infested

'. in the. battle. .of. Neuve Chapelle.. "The Battle Cry." Curtis & O'Neal, hour. ''heavy, and if computed might equal I by various civic and patriotic bodies I. area." ,-
a s s
s s s s. s a s st I I
1 book and music store. For Pine street the figures were: .the three streets named. will be forwarded to him at the front. 1. as ats s. s. ...


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i this, combined with his outside work,I| WOMEN IN RUSSIA MAKING NEW POSTAL INFORMATION _

Orlando Life In I;will assure success in his new ven MUNITIONS I

ture. A communication inclosed in an envelope
Stockholm.-How female labor fig- having postage prepaid thereon :
ParagraphGOVT. I I0
\ HAND LAWN SODDEDThe ures in Russia's organization of her at the first class rate may be at- '
lawn of Mr. Carey Hand's residence I industries for the production of mu- tached to the outside of a parcel of :
WELL CARED FOR nitions is told by Thomas Stephens of
on North Orange avenue is be- i fourth class matter properly prepaidat
The government lot-on which there ing filled in and sodded. a large American engineering firm. the rate applicable to the parcel. '
will some day be placed an up to date I --0- "Everywhere in Russia they are Letters an dparcels mailed togetherin i Mr. Automobile Owner!

$125,000 building (we hope) for the LIQUID SULPHUR making the greatest possible use of this manner reach the addressee at i

use of the postoffice department, is Mr..C. Mann, who resides on Magnolia women's labor," he says. "I visitedone the same time. This is often neces-

being well care for. The flowers and avenue, has been spraying his large factory where they make sary or desirable and a great conven- How would :you like to save at least 25 per cent. on
lawn are kept immaculate.' in hand grenades and high explosive and to Misunderstanding
citrus trees with liquid sulphur, or- ience serves prevent :you gas bill?
-- der to destroy the red rust mite which shells. I saw hundreds of women at :, avoids confusion and facilitates -

WELL KEPT LAWN was beginnig to appear on the trees. work on lathes, drilling machines and the transaction of business.In .

The :McEwan sanitarium has a pret- --0- stamping-out machines. The mana- order that this postal facility may The WICK Does the TrickSAVE
ty lawn and attractive flower yards.0 )MAGNOLIA QUIET ger told me that the women's labor be more generally utilized, postmasters -

-- Things are quiet these days on was just as efficient as that of the are requested to bring this mat-
Magnolia avenue. Many residents men. ter to the attention of their patrons.
That little strip of clay which runs have returned to their northern YOUR MONEY BY USING
down the center of Central avenue Guests registering at the San Juan
homes and others are away from the 200,000 AUSTRIANS INTRENCHED
f' for one block east of the court house city on vacations. hotel yesterday included II. J. Mur- AT POLA

seems somehow out of place. It is .1 I rell, Theo. Snow, B. M. Jones, A. S.
about nine feet wide, one block long, Bucher, Jacksonville; M. C. Smitherman Rome. A has
and is the break in the brick
only GERMANY Chattanooga; J. A. Roberts, Rome from Pola, the Austrian naval
paving which stretches for more than Xew York; J. F. Huddleston; Geneva; base on the Adriatic, and reports that

two miles over this popular thorough- London.-The Daily News corre- T. E. Sample, Geo. M. Nelson, Oma-I the Austrians have about 200,000 men

fare. spondent in Rome says: "With regard ha; II. B. Goodrich, C. W. Huggins, in strongly intrenched positions there.
-- to the report obviously spread Tampa; F. S. Smith, Savannah; A. J. This man is one of the few to get
120 OAKS IX ONE BLOCK from Berlin that Germany has agreed Shiver, Chas. Medonkow, New Or- away from Pola. He says that on the FACTS:
Weber avenue, out in the north part leans Fred S. F. Thene
; Kelly, At- declared there
not to declare war against Italy,and day war was was not
of the city, could easily win the prizeif lanta.
there were a contest for the shadi- not to assist Austria in the defenseof one civilian in the place. He is of the Economizes Fuel by saving twenty-five to fifty. per
the territories as claimed by Italy, opinion that the only way to take
cent of bill.
est street in Orlando. There are aboutone SWEET POTATO SLII'SOwing your gasoline
I[ am authorized to state that so far Pola is by a bombardment or a long
hundred and oaks in to the fact that
large states out-
the course of a twenty block and a half of as Italy is concerned Germany's intrigues side of Florida are through planting siege. The Austrian fleet is at Pola. Increases your. mileage by giving you from two to ten

that quiet street.WINTER are useless' sweet potatoes I am offering to Florida miles per gallon, according to the horse power of your car.
Italy takes no interest whatever in growers now all varieties at $1.25 BUYERS AND SELLERS
--0- Germany's future attitude. She has per thousand. I can supply Nancy I buy, sell rent, and exchange real Prevents fouling of your cylinders and spark plugs, '
COMING-OOH! lall, Porto Rica, Big Stem Jersey, estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
openly joined the allies, which proves and Triumph for 30 thus preventing carbonization.
Mr. B. W. Kingsley, who runs one prompt shipment. over years. Have handled over
that she is free to participate in J. R. DAVIS, Bartow, Fla. $20,000,000. Call and
war see me.
of the largest woodyards in the city, G-22-6t* 10-6-3m F. LEWTER.. Insures easy starting and running by a uniform absorption -
against common enemies. Moreover,
at the west end of Washington ave- of gasoline on the wick-
the fact that the allies' missions are
nue, has a large stock of veneer cores
on hand for the summer trade. Thereare following Italian operations from FOR THE SUMMER CAMPThe Increases :your power and prevents backfire.No .
headquarters shows that the Italian
four hundred strands the
on campaign forms a part of the allies'war machinery or anything. to get out of order.
and he will have than
ground more VICTROLA furnishes the ideal music, either for amuse-
plans, which embrace all
twice that amount for the winter.0 opera- You can install it yourself in ten or fifteen minutes
tions in the different theatres of the ment, entertainment or even for worship.The .
-- time.
I WORK PROGRESSING war. twenty-five dollar machine answers the purpose in most
"The fact that Germany and Tur- instances. Some Ford owners have doubled their mileage.
The cellar of the new residence Many campers already have them. Many more will
key have not declared
which Mr. Z. W. Evans is having war against have them when they know how much the music adds to the '
Italy neither
concerns Italy
erected on the former site of his studio nor of
pleasure .
allies." camp
on Main street, is stoned up to life.V. l

the surface, and a force of men are r S.
at work pushing the constructionwork. I DEPUTY SHERIFF OF PUTNAM: BRANCH Price 3 00 Expense of ship-

NEAT FRUIT STORE Palatka, Fla.-W. J. Newnan was

Nick Francisco's fruit store on Or- brought to this city Sunday and Now Is Your Time To Get Satisfaction or your money back.
ange avenue is always stocked with placed in jail as a result of the shoot- Write for Illustrated Literature.

the product of tree and vine, and is ing of C. J. Hunter, a Putnam county

one of the neatest and most attract- deputy sheriff, Saturday night. Dep- Peaches !

ive fruit distributories in the city.CARPENTER uty Sheriff Hunter succumbed to his ..

--0- wounds Sunday morning early. 500 baskets at 20c and 25c per basket The Wm. Kahl
SHOPA The shooting occurred at Crescent
neat carpenter shop is being City Saturday night, immediately in The Florida Free Stones

built by Mr. F. A. Phillips on the lot front of the drug store. The commu- 300 baskets fresh Tomatoes at 15e Gainesville, FloridaSPRAYING .
belonging to the McNair Lumber nity at Crescent City is shocked. The

company at 310 West Pine street. Mr. cause for the affair is not generally per basket.

Phillips was formerly manager of the known.
Regar Refrigerator company, of Cantaloupes, fine ones 5c and lOc each L__ U

Tampa. He has the job work con- Umbrellas recovered and repaired

tract for all of the work of the local "while you wait," at Young's Repair J. w. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH ST.
branch of the McXair company and Shop. 21 >:E:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc .


.. DELIVER THE GOODS For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
Valspar Val-Enamel IIt | secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites

infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service pays to use the Best. Compound. .

You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers, These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings '

Harley-Davidson TruckFOR Paints and Varnishes at can be done at one and the same time. This will abso- .
lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.

QUICK SERVICE Finley's Pioneer Paint StoreCorner Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and

Pine and Court St. Phone 67 you will have no regrets at the end of the season.

: PHONE 444 We have the best men and the best equipment to do
1. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
the best work. The best is the cheapest.

Good and Bad Stores ,
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if:_ ii: t:: ..r "Z :t ;:i x. '+, ;,\ .f'fi 'Jt. ; from Bearing Trees of Known Quantity
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':. ,, y; ':. t:"' -.r;:": : jiX ,\LL.r... : :' 4 and Quality of Production. W. Conner

:.- :. 'r. 'if: -t1- ,_ ::;: .. -.-.. .- ..:.i:. < ;.- The season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the least profitable to

; .- ''' _. ". : .< ) Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years, and there have been many

a' r, ". ., -i"tb... .t! i. ; ., growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger.
: -..':; : "'} .: "",: (! I This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseries

,.......'f:5 ::'.i' "' -"' + S #' :':. .S- pedigreed trees been planted in these groves. The test groves of the Ocklawaha
3 "t. \. r t '. -, .sc
'-riJ --:; t"1 -Ij : ,,,s" 1 #;.:t"7 r-i1 of five years, from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four boxes (
[l kZ". :. ) e, ,YD ....1 tj t"t per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove, our
: ,;, .( II -' ''' ; '" oil" -- fC 7-.: .: ; ": Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old averaged 21.40 per tree, or sixteen 7'
...$ .- -- ii ft a ,"., hundred dollars acre.
jI:' aJT W1III': ...4 .. .. per
; .. .. ,,. ; ..., .. The planting of this grove was made from trees budded from the proper selections
y{ P = ::---: of budwood to such results and the trees from
"R. ,. ,; -vi. give we are selling our stock today
t ,... r"; N -- are still better, because we have given the selection of our buds used in propogat-
t; :alt << -y. N...: ing our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these specially -
< + iii .. trees from which to bud the trees growing for
: ft! s;ft 't : good we are your use in planting

'J' ;! RI 'SL ..: .i! your grove.

: ;! 1iIf. All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,
-:.- !S .- and Prof Pomeroy, have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary groves

Y1: : a r.j : '" 'f;- ... planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebudded
.f '" r I g; jI ft. from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the

"' ".. & _, : t .r''v"; grower, when so treated.
< "'L.. :It. .. iL. If you can start right don't you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY way,
< ; '1 : is to OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES TREES. cost more but
4. ;.- : 'J .t F ,.. : .4 use They -
,,'. -.. ,. 4.' .. :"'' ..- .. For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Building. -
I"""" ._ I 1 Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright, our

-- .n...';: _. ):: Z'".. ';..' "" t agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the

: 'I. !f';, -I >;"!, k : .-'. "-. '-' -..; trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction that
""t' "" ,\_... 1.'" 'to.."c- :' it pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.
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t .
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Tangerine, Florida. .

. Heavy producing trees of quality Fruit can be produced only from Ocklawaha
G. G Agt N 8 Y owell-uckworth BId
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 r.

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WOMEN A BIG TIME AT KISSIMMEE [t4 till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 1111I 11111 lie. II II'Jill I
to arouse the people to the impor-
TO THE SENTINEL tance of this fight against tubercu- JULY

losis. They will search out, so im New Mexico's state federated wo Attention Auto Owners! :
as is humanly possible, the sufferers men's clubs have just indorsed woman The Kissimmee board of trade has ;
FROM STATE BOARD from this disease. They will enlist suffrage. invited all of Florida to visit that

the services of the regular practi- South Carolina' and other states are, beautiful city on the shores of Lake

. OF HEALTH tioners where new cases shall be dis following the example of Indiana in !I Tohopekaliga on July 5 and celebrate I AUTO SERVICE E STATION I
covered. They will urge the open air placing in the hands of its women the nation's birthday.
treatment-the best in the world and comprehensive handbooks on care of j.I I A big barbecue has been arranged

Florida Fighting Tuberculosis the cheapest-for those who can not children and the art of home mak- and the committees in charge have 14 E. CHURCH STREET
avail themselves of the costly sanita- ing. I announced that twenty beeves, fifteen
Knowing how, will prolong many rium. They will show the patientand Training courses for home workers hogs and many other good things to I Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil !

lives and will save many costing his family how to reduce to a have been instituted in many placesin I eat will be provided for the multi- : CAR WASHED AND POLISHED, $1.00
In other words, ignorance .
to fit wives of soldiers tudes which are expected. Kissim-
minimum the danger of spreading the Germany
Florida each a heavy toll in hu- : Special Club Rate Tickets
infection. Their services-those of and other women and girls out of em- mee has a reputation for entertaining I .
man life and in sickness that mightbe these six Florida nurses, who are far ployment to earn a livelihood.A that is equalled by few cities in the : Prompt Service Personal Attention ', ',
prevented. There can be no deeper more than nurses in their responsibilities minimum weekly wage of $10 has state and it is likely that a monster Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
the death of loved one
regret over I -will be free-free as salvation, been established in the state of crowd will be present at the celebra-
than the knowledge-when it that is too it to be had for the taking-to all the Washington for women and girls employed tion. I : Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager ; :
late that it ,
was unnecessary people of this great state, white and in clerical work. Eight dollarswas Among the attractions which have !> :

might have been pfvented. black.It fixed as a minimum for office been advertised for the event are: ; ill 11111 II III II III II imtlllltltMtllMiMliUmiH
As everywhere else, so in Florida, can not be expected that their boys and girls 16 to 18 years old and State Gun club clay pigeon contest, i,
little ailments, seemingly trifling sicknesses work will be confined to the study of $6 for boys and girls under 16. open to all amateur clubs in the state |I..
are neglected with the expectation the tuberculosis problem. In the con- Since the women of Norway now of Florida, for which cash prizes have
that they will "wear off" in a with been offered three baseball i iI The 1Eai'Let:
ditions they will find and in which have equal rights men, they ; games
few days, or they are treated by they must work, they must advise for have dissolved the Society for Suf- I St. Cloud vs. Kissimmee in the morn
"Mother," who seems to diagnose by better sanitation and cleaner surf frage of Women, there being no reason ing and a double header in the after- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

instinct every physical disarrangement roundings; they will be consulted for its activities. noon between Kissimmee and Winter I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
. in her family and who has an about ailments and they will be pre- Girls are barred from competing in Park; automobile parade and parade 1 FRESH AND SALT HEATS
"unfailing remedy" for it, inherited pared to advise wisely and well. tournaments conducted under the of Shetland ponies raised on the pony conditions.
under the best sanitary
from several generations back or accumulated Of course, each of these women (all auspices of the Women's Western as- farm near Kissimmee; tug-o'-war be-
from her experiencesor Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freah
but one) will have more than one sociation unless they have attainedthe tween teams from any city in flor-
from those of her neighboring hundred thousand Floridians in her age of 16 years. ida; greased pole and greased pig and pore.
housewives. But the time comes when jurisdiction, and that one will have to contests for cash prizes; bicycle, foot I We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
instinct is sidetracked and real trou- and to all for cash fn the Meat Line
cover the East Coast from Daytonato NEWEST IN SCIENCEA pony races open r everything
ble comes. It comes to every family Key West, and the progress of prizes; four bands of music; speeches :
sooner or later and it often becomes each necessarily will be slow. There machine to thoroughly cleanse by prominent Floridians, Senator N. : H. lVI: Self Ste Co.
serious-far oftener than is necessary should be a hundred of them, and a coffee beans and sort them into three P. Bryan having been invited to at-I 4
-from plain, every day ignorance.No thousand would be none too many sizes is the invention of a Colorado. tend and make the principal address; : PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

disease in these modem days is but the work of education by personal man. boat rides on beautiful Lake Tohope- i.
more insidious,( more stealthy in its I In treating for ulcer kaliga; golf and tennis tournament on _
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4 approach than tuberculosis, and none with these six splendidly trained women -I his tongue, Paris surgeons discovered the grounds of the Kissimmee Golf I.
is more dangerous both to the victim will be a Godsend to hundreds that the X-rays they used also and Country club, open to all Florida
and to those who are in intimate daily and thousands of men and women. cured long standing deafness.The amateurs; and besides these vents I
association with him. Consumption,I annual waste of metal in the there will be many other attractions ;
as pulmonary tuberculosis used to be world from coins rubbing together is to make the day one long to be remembered -i
called, is not an incurable disease if it estimated at a ton and a quarter of as one of the greatest celebrations -
is recognized soon enough. Indeed, STOCK TO $100,000,000 gold and eighty-eight tons of silver. in the history of Central
high medical authority declares that In Great Britain there has been Florida.

one American in every seven bears Detroit, Mich.-The Ford Motor patented a trousers protector consist- There will be 'special excursion !
the scar marks of the disease on lung I'company announced today that it had ing of a wire frame to be inserted in rates on all railroads and a special
\ Beautiful lot Lake
tissue from an encounter at some I increased its authorized capital stock 1 the top of a shoe to hold a trousers train will run from Sanford and intermediate on Lucerne
time in his life with the "white from $2,000,000 to $100,000,000, and I leg out of the mud. points.
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don't. had declared stock dividend of i > 'with of
. plague. Some recover, some a $48- Since: the United :states took charge n plenty Foliageand
And so ignorance is the danger, 000,000, payable July 1. of the Philippines more than 3,000- I
t for when the disease has progressedfar A cash dividend was declared on 000 natives have had some instructionin Mrs. Mary A. Cox! Trees.

enough for the unprofessional (i.the original authorized stock of $2- the English language and more of
mind to suspect the truth, the time of 000,000, but the amount was not made them speak and write some English ANNOUNCES |i

the funeral is not far away. I public. The stock dividend increases than any other tongue.To Just received from New York Price $2000.00
Beginning with July of this good :the holdings of Henry Ford president protect baggage as it is unloaded NEWEST AND PRETTIEST 1 1LADIES'
year, 1915, six splendidly qualified :.: of the company, by $27,840,000. from cars an Eastern railroad has
undertake under the direction ,.1 James Couzens I I. NECKWEAR I i
nurses will -vice-president, receives equipped several stations with mov- : I II
of the State Board of Health, $5,000,000. able platforms made of pieces of old ;:SHIRT WAISTS
a, wonderful work among the peopleof i The stock increase brings the issued air brake hose fastened across resilient ART EMBROIDERY
Florida. Starting from six widely capital stock of the concern to wooden strips. I :1

separated centers of population, they a valuation of $50,000,000. The remaining I I GLENDALE APARTMENTS:
will go into each community, particularly $50,000,000 will remain in Bring your picnic; supper out to
into the smaller cities and the the company's treasury "to be usedas Rossmore Inn and enjoy a moonlightride 501 West Street
rural districts, to do what they can conditions demand in the future." on Lake Butler. 6-20-3t Orlando, Florida ,

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Great June Sale at the Big Store j

Every woman should know about this Sale! Throngs have visited our store every day since the Great June

Sale started. To say that it has been successful is putting it mildly. It has been more than successful)---for itFREE

has won us hundreds of new friends and patrons.

S' : Many new underpriced articles are added daily.

BEAUTIFUL MEDALLION PORTRAIT Try to be early---it is worth your while.


'S' OWN PHOTOExquisite

I Millinery Specials That PALM: BEACH SUITS

Minatures Fresh from New York comes a new, :
i R Demand Attention crisp lot of these beautiful Suits, delightful -

Ha ,* The Latest achievements of the Portrait for outing or vacation wear;

r Art with Porcelain Effect One lot of Ladies Trimmed Hats, all made of the real Palm Beach Cloth, inGIVEN

:, S e* styles and shapes, values up to $6 for plain and stripes. Full range of sizes, a
'.v See our Window display of $7.98 to $14.98 i


GENUINE{ [ COLUMBIA latest vogue in New York; we have A Large Assortment of

T them in all colors. Regular $5 value ,
Exceptional 1 Waist Values 1

-r MEDALLIONS t[ l L I S $1.98 LADIES' WAISTS, white and colored, 1 j

i- made of voiles and lawns, 7oc. values 3:i

'C r How to Secure These NEW SUMMER DRESSES 58 cents j

Medallions Free LADIES' WAISTS, Voiles, Organdiesand
Dainty Voiles in the popular newstriped
Crepes white and
fancy, $1.50
and figured e if ec t s. As smart value
When you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you can secure a Medallion Ticket
i from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check Medallion Department, on Main Floor, and pretty as any dress seen this sea-
t where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your purchases amount to 10.00 bnng.m son, $4.00 value 98 cents
finished and returned together with
your ticket with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion"will be
your original picture unharmed. LADIES' SILK WAISTS, White China,
Medallians are made in three styles, and each style in gloss or $2.69 some embroidered, well made, $1.50

Water Color
Carbon Sepia I These $5.00 NEW SUMMER: : DRESSES, a charming $1.19
This style produces with group, which embraces all the very

This style has the beauThis. is the beautiful marvelous flesh tints,exactness color of hair the ColumbiaIedallions latest creations; excellent quality material LADIES' WAISTS I Voiles and Tub
tiful soft tone and deeD brown color so much loved I and eyes, as well as those fine workmanship, $9.00 values Silks, plain white and black, $2.50
effect of a fine engraving by the old masters, having i of the costume. Should are about double the size value
producing the high lights I all the clearness and fine you wish life colors, hand-
of illustration. 98
t I painted, each color burnt \ $5. $1.98
and shadows to perfection. tone of an etching.
i i in, a charge of 25c. is
: made. I

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These beautiful Photo Medallions are the most artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on
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 Y II mDuckworth
forever the features of those you love. You cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a fine owe Co.
porcelain hand painting. They are worth, : $5.00 each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute Fac-Sim-
ilie of the Photograph Furnished. They are elegant dainty and artistic, and make a beautiful ornament for
the home whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed. not Orlando's Store
set forth, will be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Price Largest "Quality Did It"here

of 50c. to $2.00.

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South Florida Sentinel!
BETTER PROTECTION. As a concrete example of how Or- Beautifying Highways

MORNING AND WEEKLY This is the age of Safety First. ange county highways may be beau- Sentinel:-I noticed your editorialin II

V. 1:. GLENN ... .....Editor will avoid the tified and improved the Sentinel attention
W. C. ESSINGTON .... ..BacincM Manactr Every precaution that by planting yesterday's calling -
I unnatural death of a pedestrian or a of trees, shrubs, vines, flowers and to the necessity of beautifying

Entered, as Second at the ClaM poetoflfce Mail Orlando FlorIda passenger in a motor or horse drawn various kinds of plants, at a cost so the sixty miles of county paving. The

vehicle has been utilized. If Orlandois low as to be nearly nil, it would re- county commissioners are doing a

SUBSCRIPTION RATES not in the forefront in this respect pay you to have a talk with S. S. great thing for us. Why can't Orlando 1 l
Daily 1 Year ....... 15.00
Daily. 6 Month.--....... %.IiO then it logically follows that in one Hastings who resides one mile south people help as well as county C9
Daily > Months ...................... LZ5 branch of progress at least she is de- i of the Orlando city limits on the Pine people' If all Orlando property
..... i
Daily. 1 Month .......oo.... ..oo 60
ficient. Castle-Taft road. owners who are on the direct route
Weekly. I Year ...................... 11.00 :
Orlando lays claim to being called Mr. Hastings is an example of a of these roads leading to Taft on the

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN a city; by many rights she is entitledto man who has taken time to improvehis South, Winter Park on the north, Conway -

be classed as the most progressive frontage on the brick highway to the east and southeast and
inland city in Florida. By many odds which will pass his door. His schemeof Winter Garden, Ocoee and Oaklandon (

adTertiiinc Copy far mast display be banded and all in at other the band-Mt bnsinrMoffice she is in better condition financially beautification has been simple and the west, will beautify their t

of the Sentinel n.t later than 2 p. o, and morally, physically and commercially at the same time very effective. When streets it will give the country people --e t "
6e t y
This rule
the day btfore publication. applies of her size in he 'learned that the brick incentive to work 1r
to chancci for contract advertising: it iitaTana&le than most cities highway: a greater towards -
and will be strictly adhered to. the country. would pass his farm of several acres improvement of our country f Vii. >l7 r

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued Can Orlando continue to claim the he moved his fence back five feet on roads. A READER.

should notify the office in writing ont distinction implied in the foregoing the west side. --<)-
thee of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates. paragraph if she continues to allow Then he set out crepe myrtle trees, A Good Idea

t until Telephone notice Nmnb-r to stop .u...received................... 24 certain conditions to exist in the city oleanders and hibiscus. They are in Morning Sentinel I have read
limits that menace the lives of children i full bloom now and are beautiful. your editorial, "An Opportunity for L'w ,..

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1913.; the general class of hurryingand i After passing miles and mlies of Orange County," and I believe every

., unthoughtful pedestrians, and the weeds and straggling fences it is a
property> owner and farmer will fall
It will take more than talk to abol- passengers in horse or motor propelled delight to pass the Hastings place '
in line with the general idea if some-
ish war. > vehicles? and see these beautiful flowers and
thing is started. In Missouri they
o So long as those streets which trees. It is like bursting upon an
have Good Roads
a day-everybody
Orlando has made preparations fora cross a railroad in Orlando are not oasis after a day's trip through desert -
gets out and works on the highways.
safe and sane fourth. properly guarded, so long as there is sands.
Why not set date
> a as Orange county -
o no mechanical warning for the public The three hundred feet in front of
highway planting day? Set a
Cleveland is to have a club for travel against the menace of railroad the Hastings farm is an example of
date-have the county commissionersset
fathers. An improvement on the roll- trains-then so long will Orlando how sixty miles of highway through
a date-and let everybody in the
ing pin? retain that element of country Orange county may be improved and
that and begin
county get busy on day + 171
o own-ism which is directly contraryto beautified. The expense has been r 'ZC
'I to plant flowers, seeds, trees,
In taking peace at any price, thereis the spirit of true city-ism. nearly nothing; the labor has been a
shrubs ri+
etc. M. G. C -: dfrf+
great danger of having to pay top Statistics collected yesterday after- pleasure and as a result the farm has t 3.r! +filt tr .

rates for it. noon at Church street, Pine street, been enhanced in valuation.If + e. U lr. + td' .
o and Central avenue show very plainly Orange county will begin a systematic '

Those Orlando Barons are within that an immense amount of traffic- campaign for the culture of y 1 rtM

19 points of first place in the Southern an average of 8,000 persons per day- her sixty miles of highway she will

League. passes> over the railroad tracks at be a state leader. "Follow the lead- (New York World) .f1': '

o these points. This does not include er" is an old game. Orange county If Henry Ford of Detroit turns out '.1 of, .K i

The most peculiar man is the man North Orange avenue, and other should be the leader and by setting an at his factory a simple tractor to be

who has no peculiarities. No, he street crossings in Orlando. In the example for highway improvement sold, as he promises, for $200 or less

doesn't live hereabouts. course of a single day 8,000 cross and the remainder of the counties in the he should come near revolutionizing -

o recross the tracks at three of these state, particularly inland and central agriculture in this country within -

The war party has won in Greece. points. Florida, will jump on the wagon and the next few years. A machine

Can it do as well when it gets over I What are you going to do about it? follow suit. It's a good game to play suited to the needs of the small farmer -

into the Turkish precincts? i Allow conditions to exist as they are and everybody should join in the that can be used for general hauling "'i

until some one is brutally mangledby movement.The ploughing and harvesting, offers 4
This is a strenuous old world at I a passing train, or will you remedy Central Florida Highway Association prospects of economies incalculablein f t

best, but the other side at present is such conditions by insisting upon can do something practicalby extent. It will both cheapen and

a great deal more strenuous than I i the installation of modern gates at aiding in this work. Distribute increase production on the average

this. these crossings, or if a gate can note suggestions and ideas throughout the i farm, where the cost of labor and of

o > secured at this time, insist upon twenty-four counties that are members -i horseflesh is a serious item of ex-

Knock the kicker and kick the flagmen being stationed there for the of the organization and much i pense.

knocker and always speak well of protection of the public? good will result. If you are interested At the present time the motor

your town and county. The latter, Many motor vehicles run east or in increasing your property values, tractor, steam or gasoline, as ap-

especially, helps. run west on Church, Pine and Centraland if you are at all interested in the plied to agriculture, is adapted onlyto
o actually' turn around on the rail- esthetic and beautiful, enlist' in the ; ; farming on a large scale. It cane

Wish we could see as fine a game road tracks. It was noticed that several movement and start to do something > used to advantage in the great

of ball at the park as was pulled off I! vehicles propelled by gasoline right now. Don't wait for others wheat fields of the Northwest in

there on Independence day two years actually entered the A. C. L. right of Be a leader! ploughing, reaping and threashing,

ago. Some dassy ball way the other evening, and No. 85 o but its cost and its size render its use

o passenger train approaching less than Brooklyn has a new tune 'for impracticable for the small holder. I

William Waldorf Astor has given 100 yards away. They turned in the "America," written for the use of the A small, cheap tractor will serve Copyright hart haffuer &MarxClearance

$f00,000 to the Red Cross fund. And blinding blaze and glare of the headlight public schools. The object of it is to thousands of farmers where the

still nobody acts as if about to call and got away in safety. How get rid of the "God Save the King" huge machine of the present day, by

him Sir or Lord William. long will this condition endure? tune, and make our national hymn its own limitations serve only a few

o A tower with mechanical appliances strictly neutral. Maybe Brooklyn can individuals under fixed conditions. Priceson

Great Britain is preparing to replyto for the raising and lowering of gatesat get away with it, but that attempt Such a tractor as Mr. Ford proposes -

our note of March 20. Some diplomats Church and Pine streets and at has been made many a time and nev to manufacture should serve all'

are terribly shiftless about keep Central avenue could be installed in er yet succeeded. The man who the purposes on the farm of a general Hart Shaffner

ing their correspondence up to date. short order at a point equidistant between yearned to "write a nation's songs" motor in pumping, sawing, grinding

o : these crossings. One man at a never had the nerve to tackle a na grain and cutting feed. The first

One reason women have so many salary of $50 per month could' operate tion's tunes after they had become cost will be less than that of a good

buttons to button is because they these gates during freight train fixed in a nation's ears. horse and the maintenance will be & Marx Clothes

don't have to lose any time at shay switching hours and during passenger o much less, especially when measured "

ing and hunting corkscrews.Galveston train hours and safeguard an un- They have found a man up in Pennsylvania by its productive powers. In the me-

News. thoughtful people. Modern cities so ignorant that he did not chanics of farming a new farm imple- .

have this nn_ C nrerAutinn-____._.n._ Whv"" UJ _",h"ntli.. ... know that ice had to be put into a refrigerator ment meeting so universal a need is "TTXDU'LL find clearance prices the rule
One would think baseball would' Orlando remain idle and in one respect in order to preserVe stuff likely to take its place with the mow- I

' eventually lose its thrills. No; Ty be called a town adhering to placed therein. Probably after the ing machine and reaper in the influ- most everywhere at this time of

Cobb faced Christy Mathewson for obsolete practices? ice man presents him a bill or two ence it exercises upon agricultural

. the first time in his life the other day o ie'11 be as wise as the rest of human- and farming life.ADDITIONAL. the year

in an exhibition game, and hit safely.o COMPLIMENT FOR ity.
Don't much attention to the

us express the hope that the agents are now scouring With a veiw to teaching them the

y. Frank case will not occupy the American American industrial centers for value of money the Scout organization Miss Clara Phillips, of Sanford, is prices quoted; you may see lower prices

sensational stage for as many skilled mechanics. Whatever wages encourages the boys to earn the spending a few days pleasantly with
it doesn't
years as the Thaw case. If it does the; men are getting, the agents offer necessary funds for all their expensesin Mrs. E. E. Penley, 212 Jackson street. than ours or higher; matter.

the public will have to seek padded them: more, and in addition offer to addition to having a savings ac-
Just attention to the goods
cells. pay their expenses to England and count in the bank. This explains their Miss Margaret Daracott, who has give your ; .

0 back. They want to "speed up" pro- activities in looking for odd jobs. been the attractive guest of her that's the main thing. You know what t:

The Fatherland says the presidenthas duction of munitions in British fac- o grandmothers, Mrs. A. H. Daracottand

lost 92 per cent of the German tories. PAWS IDEA OF IT Mrs. N. A. Riggins, for the past
vote. However, Herman Ridder and American workmen, the British 'week, left yesterday for her home in Hart Schaffner & Marx

other ultra conservatives probably representatives declare, not only turn Little Lemuel-Say, paw, what is Orlando.-Morning Star, Lakeland.Mr. .

would not go so far as to place the out a far greater quantity of work a cardinal sin? clothes are; the best made. Don't forget

percentage higher than 91.5. than British employes, but they are Paw-Painting the town red, son. and Mrs. George Wendebergleft

o far more dependable. They get to Orlando last night on the 12:30 that. At our clearance prices these

Because "of the victory at the Dar- work on time and they don't leave STAR BEAMSA train for Sheepshead Bay, N. Y.,

danelles" the Sultan of Turkey has before the whistle blows. They "are where they will spend the summer. elothes are the best bargains in the world:

added to his name "the title of Ghazi, not frequenters of public houses, nor deaf mute is always ready to They will return in time to place the

of the Victorious." After about one do they require one, two" or three daysto take a hand in an argument.If Lawrence House in first class shape Every $20.00 Suit for $14.75
devote to drinking. for the fall' and winter .
more victory he may be justified in business.Mr. .
adding the glorious title Never has the American workman there is anything more mislead-
of "Dennis. Every $22.50 Suit for $15.75 r
0 been paid a higher compliment thanin ing than the average guarantee, we and Mrs. Clyde Pounds and lit-

A this quest for Americans to help' would gladly give up a nickel' to seea tle daughter, Christine, left yester-

Greeks Constantinople are scared to paper death says by the the lift English industry. out of its sloughof moving picture of it. day afternoon for Rockland, Me., Every $25.00 Suit for $17.75

Turkish inefficiency.It where they will remain until fall

to get into successes war. It and is a would fact that not dare Pre- the must British be remembered in justiceto MAGUIRE NAMED CENSUSENUMERATOR They were accompanied North by Mr Every $30.00 Suit for $19.75OicksonIves
people that their factory M. Burke, grandfather of Mrs
rnier Venizelos the
war candidate, did
like forces can not be fairly judgedby Pounds. They will return in the early
run scared
a man in the recent
their present status, because 2-
elections.The Mr. R. F. Maguire, of Qcoee, has fall.
000,000 of the best workmen have en-
appointed by Governor Park
o- listed in the army. It is natural that Mr. E. H.
Trammell as census enumerator for Westover has purchasedthe
man in charge of a school construction the weakest, the least efficient and
Orange county. Mr. Maguire is eminently picture moulding business of :\Ir.C. .
job on the Ute reservationin dependable, the heavy drinkers, the qualified to fill the position S. :McIntosh, located in the Arcade. Co
Colorado, has been shot
at three constitutional
grumblers troublemakers
times with credit. He is a native of this The genial "professor" has never yet
recently. lie has also receive should be left. But
even that county, and will no doubt the failed in anything he has tackled and
a scrawled message to the effect that doesn't hide the main fact.
right man for the place. The his numerous friends predict that he
Utes want school. new appointee -
no And still the If these British factories
were received the endorsement will make a signal success of his latest -
white man must bear his burden.o manned by Americans, there wouldn'tbe of
Representatives Griffin and Newton venture.
any lack of war munitions. Am .DEPARTMENT STORE.

Says the Columbia State: "We I by the same token, if we ever get intoa NOTICE Friends in Tampa of the family of ... ...
wish the English gentleman who war, there won't be lack of
any mu
sidizes the American SUb-I nitions here. Rev. Smith Hardin, formerly pastorof ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

send on the amount due press us at o THE GULF REFINING COM the Tampa Heights Methodist The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
once. PANTS OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED church, and now residing in Orlando,
h Here we've been doing pretty good The Sentinel's job tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-
department is ALL DAY, THURSDAY, JUNE 24 will be glad to know that Mrs. Hardin
work for the man, and the miserable equipped to turn chandise at right pricesic'
out all
classes o:f PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR THAT and son, Walter, are spending a de- ,
tightwad hasn't loosened up a singleshilling's commercial work and we appreciate GOOD GULF GASOLINE AND SUPREME lightful vacation of two or three

worth. It is strange how patronage whether it be an order for AUTO OIL TODAY.It weeks in Tunkhannock, Pa.-Tampa r
elusive that man is! visiting cards or a booklet.
P. G. WALTON, Agent. Tribune.


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Open 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m. I

SOCIAL CALENDAR itors here and her many friends are i Admission 5 Cents :-- "'.-L- I t

looking forward to her return next ,
BachelorThe W 6esday. June 23. season. Among those enjoying the .IMMIMIIIMMMiMlilirTODAY'S 4: .t I Ir

meeting of the Young Matrons dance last night were :Misses Elbeth "THE MASQUERADE HERO"Another I
Card Club will be postponed until Mulholland, Margaret Mulholland,
of those Nina Thanhouser. '
funny "One Thousand Dol-
Wednesday Thursday June June 30. 21. Helen Drew Dorothy Slemons, Ella lars Reward." A Western drama. 1 'I

Union Sunday school picnic at Day- Slemons, Jane Green Ruth Isaacson, Comedies. Reliance. '"The Law Breaker."
1j .
tona. Lucile Quarterman Messrs. Joe Mus- Princess. "Who Got Stung? A it\

On account of the picnic Thursday selwhite Bob Lewter, DeLaney Way, comedy.Keystone. Comedy "Those Coun-
there be the Coun-
will dance
try Club this no week. at Sidney Newell, Joe Ferris, Jr., Miller try Kids," featuring Babel and Fatty.'BILL" i ff Jo

Friday June 2;). Phillips, Welborn Phillips, Louis "AN OBSTINATE SHERIFF"A L
Special meeting of finance commit- Baas, Allison Palmer N. B. Broward. TEMPLE I
tees of Methodist church. :\Mulholland was chaperon for the Lubin Drama. 0
MARRIAGE Temple dropped in on the
Sentinel We specialize in engagement rings. '''c. also make a featureof
yesterday morning just as
OF INTEREST. Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips en-
he has been wedding rings. As this is the season for holiday jewelry,
accustomed do for the
tertained the members of the choir of to
Sunday's issue of the Birmingham "BLOWN INTO CUSTODY"A
thoughtful making early selections because
people are first choice
Ala, Age-Herald contains a group of the Baptist church at their home past twenty-five years. Bill Templeis
pictures of attractive Alabama girls Monday evening. Among those enjoying Biograph Comedy. a printer and a gentleman, who is is best.

who will be attendants at the mar- I the occasion were: Mr. and favorably known from the Lakes to
riage of Miss Margaret Drennenand :Mrs. Henry Symonds, Mr. and Mrs. the Gulf. He is a Canadian by birth ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS

Mr. Harold S. Bissell Miss Dren- i Lloyd S. Tenny, :Mr. and Mrs. Frank and a Floridian by choice. L .Jj

nen's engagement to Mr. Bissell hav- I Rogero, :Mr. and Mrs. Strong Mr. and "FOR THE MAN SHE LOVED"An lie has left Florida but once or = o ,
ing been recently announced. Miss Mrs. W. H. Brokaw Mrs. J. L. Dun- twice during that period, but the last
Mrs. Sam Newell, Mrs. Bence Edison Drama.A time he crossed the state line he said
Drennen who is a charming young away GOING TO DO A LITTLE DECORATING
woman, is well known here, having Mrs. E. T. Poulson Miss Martha "never no more, and since that time

frequently visited in Orlando and for Weeks Miss Claudia DeLaney Miss his general address has been Florida. on the '"Fourth?" If so, get your '-
several years was a student at Rollins Steinspring Miss Nina Swearingen, Bill is an all round printer of the paints and brushes from us. This is
College Winter Park. Mr. A. W. Barlow Mr. W. S. Branch WELL BALANCED old school, and belongs to a species also the best time of year to paint
The following item from the Age- Jr. that will soon be extinct. The condi- your house. We shield all our cus-
PROGRAM tomers against inferior paints and
tions which created him have
Herald will be of interest --0I -- passed
: !r have been doing it for years. What'sthe
The following invitations have been Miss Leona Benner who has been away, and new conditions have j I size of your house? Guess it
received: the attractive guest of Misses Millie created a new species of printer, who won't take much.

"Mrs. William Drennen reqeusts I and Lillie Smith, at their pretty homeon "COOLER THAN THE COOL in turn will be succeeded by still an- I

the honor of your presence at the West Central avenue, left yesterday other type. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C*
marriage of her daughter Margaret morning over the Atlantic Coast EST PLACE IN TOWN" Bill carries his religion seriously."I ,'
to Mr. Harold Elmer Bissell on the Line for Wapakonita, Ohio, where she He has the broadest sympathy and eAiu Pdl11 dl I 205 S. Orange Avenue;

evening of Thursday July 1, at 8 will spend the summer. Miss Benner respect for the feelings of others.
o'clock at the First Methodist church, during her sojourn in this city made Widely read, and traveled, his excep- COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

Birmingham." many warm friends who will accord 5 cents 10 cents tionally retentive mind is stored with

An enclosure reads: her a most cordial greeting should wholesome humor, and he will be I DEATH OF MRS. SIMMONS I Ii TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
"Mrs. William Drennen requeststhe she ever grace Orlando with her pres- greatly missed by the old followers of II
pleasure of ence. the craft when "thirty" has been
your company called and his visits i News was received in Orlando yesterday FOR SALE-Horse and wagon almost -
Thursday July 1, at 8:30 o'clock at --0-- cease.
East Robinson
of the death of Mrs. W. W. new. 208 avenue. -
Tomorrow One of the best
: I
8221 Glen avenue." The missionary society of the Bap- 6-23-6t
!Simmons mother of Mrs. F. E. Richards -
-0- tist church held the regular meetingin features ever shown here, feat- :NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn !
of this city who was at the bed-
NOTICE. the church parlors :Monday after- WANTED-Young man or lady to
t Holbrook Blinn and Alice side of her parent, in Dunbar Ga., at travel and introduce line of
Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 will noon. :Mrs. A. Y. Fuller was in uring Court of the County Judge, Orange new
the time of the demise.Irs. Sim- work. and
meet in charge of the program. Mrs. A. B. County, State of Florida-In re i Salary expenses guaran-
regular session Thursday I Brady in Estate of Bettie H. Groves.To mons has frequently visited Orlando teed. Call on Miss Macdonal, at the
June 24, at 7:30 p. m. All membersare Johnson and Miss Eunice DeLaneygave all Creditors, Legatees, Distributees and made many friends who will regret )Melrose between 9 and 11 o'clock to
earnestly requested to be present. reports of the Southern Baptist "THE BOSS"ROOF and all Persons having Claimsor to hear of her death. day. 6-23-lt
There will be a great deal of work to I convention held in Houston, Texas Demands against said Estate:
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be done both in degree work and elec- I and Mrs. Irvine read a paper on mis- You, and each of you, are hereby YOU WILL BE A LONG TIME
sion notified and required to present any AUTOMOBILE OWNERS: DEAD. Get some comfort out of
tion of officers. Refreshments will study.
claims and demands which or
be served. -- either of l life while you are living. An easy
you, may against the Having accepted a ready made auto
Mrs. F. L. Anderson. :Mrs. W. R. O'Ne and Mrs. Annie GARDEN( estate of Bettie H. Groves, deceased top cover proposition I am preparedto porch swing will do it. $2.50 at}
:Mallory will give a tea this afternoonat late of Orange county Florida to the offer auto owners top covers made Tracy & Moore's 18 East Church St.
four o'clock at their homeon undersigned executor of said estate ready to put on at slaughter prices, 6-23-6t
SCOUT MOVEMENTIS I pretty within one year from the date here- from $7.50 up, f.o.b.% factory. See
BOOSTED.In Lake Cherokee. of.Dated me before yeu lose this chance as it
June 22, A. D. 1915.C. will not last long. R. L. Holland.62312tc Want anything? Ask for it through
order to stimulate the interest of RESIGNED HIS PASTORATE TODAYA O. GROVES, Executor. Sentinel "Wants."
II the local?Scouts, the business men ofEarlviile I .-

New York have offered to The many friends of Rev. Coleman -
pay the expenses of a trip to Niagara O. Groves will be interested to know

Falls for the first boy in the town that he has resigned his of MODERN ENOCH ARDENA
who attains the rank of first class the Westminster
Presbyterian churchof 3 Act Feature with no ad-
Scout.-From "Scouting.0 Memphis, Tenn, and will shortly
take up a different branch of church vance in Price. Established 1886

SOCIETY NOTESOF work having been appointed a super-
INTEREST. intendent of the evangelical work fora

Members of the younger society set section of the state of Tennessee.His .

gave a delightful dance on the Roof work will tale him away from "NO SOUP"A CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
Garden Monday night in honor of home a greater portion of the time

:Miss Lucile Quarterman, who has and he has not yst! decided whetherhe Joker Comedy.A .

i' been the house guest since early will continue to reside in Memphis -
spring of her uncle and aunt, or move to mother town or city LOANS
Mr. and Mrs. S. Waters Howe. Miss in his territory. Br. Groves has been
Dress Pattern to be
Quarterman left Tuesday afternoonfor very successful it his Memphis pas-

Atlanta where she will join her torate and as he has special interest away at 9 o'clock. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
mother for a visit with friends before and ability in evangelical work his

going to her home in Nashville. She success is assured in his new posi-
has been one of the most popular vis tion.

Don't fail to see the first

Episode of Harem Life, Thurs-

4r day, June 24.
S. For Sale


i riI 10 cents 5 cents House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price

.' % $4500.00. A bargain.
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., Just another word about the morn- Deep, dark mystery surrounds the'III

t f "Leave It To An Orlando Girl Ing paper: It comes into the home score of that Rotary baseball game "
"Live and Let Live Is Our MottoFriends
when the home is receptive, when that was pulled off down at Tampa ,
A Man"Russell hurry and bustle and dressing for a I the other day. The Tampa papers
To Look Tampa
, party or social are not known. How publish voluminous accounts of the and Patrons:
can anything appeal to the man, woman game-but what was the score? We
We wish to build up a permanent business. To that
boy or girl who has to drive suspect it was similar to that game
( Kay, in the Florida Grower) lunch, can't you wait 'till the whistle end we believe that telling the truth about our various
every minute to make the evening apPointment between two colored clubs, in which I
Dear Billy:-Last week I wrote you blows-anyhow, ladies and children ? It simply can not. Thatis a passer-by accosted the center fielder{ feeds and making a live-and-let-live price are the only

about a barber shop, and this week first is the way we do it in Orlando." why the morning paper is comingto and asked how the game was pro right principles upon which to build. .

it's going to be a barber-cue. That's "I know," I said, "but I thought I be recognized as an advertising gressing. The answer was "16 to We will treat everybody alike, and try our lebest
of the children. medium excellent. Think it over, nothing, favor of them." "You all getting "
not the way you spell it, but it listens would pass as one par to merit your continued confidence and patronage:
of the Mr. Merchant, and in your home and beat pretty bad today?" then'!
Just about that time one II
like that anyhow. the home of your friends see if more asked the observer. "Oh, no," re- Yours for keeps,
Last week I took in the Exchange swell looking native daughters took time is not given to the morning pa- sponded the player, "we all hain't''

powwow at Orlando. Believe me, me in tow, and after that it was just per than the evening. gone into bat yet."-Lakeland Tele-
boy, it was some convention. Tell me like Christmas for Yours Truly. gram. I The Co-Operative Produce Co.

the Exchange isn't a success. Why, Leave it to one of these Orlando girlsto A newspaper is the cheapest thing I

man, Billy Sunday himself couldn't look after a fellow. Before she you can buy. It comes to you every The percentage of June brides W. S. DeWITT, M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447

have gotten out a better crowd. I got through she had me standing on day or week, as the case may be, rainor seems to be below the normal, and
like a fox terrier shine, calm or stormy, bringing June days are flitting by with great "I
in barking
never met so many regular fellows a stump
you the news of the neighborhood.No rapidity. We regret we are not in I!
all my life. Say, if you are under the for sweet pickles. She sure had my I ,
for like
matter what happens, it enters position to help matters out, ,
impression that the growers in this number. Why, Billy, I would have your door a welcome friend bringing Walt Mason, we consider "June bridesas
of the "whiskers down to rolled over, jumped through, played nature's noblest I
state are sunshine and happiness. It shortensthe growth-when
here" variety you want to get off dead or hopped in the lake just for long summer days and enlivens see two I want them both." Still, a DISCOUNT ON fURNITURETo
your foot. Billy, you never saw sucha a chance to get a pat on the head. the long winter nights. It is your bride in any other month is just as
if want to, but
prosperous, progressive looking You can laugh you advisor and friend. No man is justto sweet; so never mind, little girl, don't'
bunch in all your life. The membersof if you ever got a couple of good sees his wife and children who does not cry-better luck may come in July.-
Florida Citrus Exchange can at one of these Orlando girls you Lakeland reduce stock as much
the give them a home paper to read Telegram.If our as
would what I'm talking
make a delegation of brokers look Exchange.
the much as possible by the 15th will
like suckers. Almost all of 'em were about Billy; they're original the Panama canal had been about ,

sporting Palm Beach suits, and, on "why boys leave home. I Volusia county is to build brick 900 miles further north there wouldn'tbe give a
After the meeting was over
the level, it looked like a bartenders'picnic roads only eight feet wide. When a howling, yelping Mexican cur at
as far as tbe clothes went, walked down the street him. with if Bill two automobiles hitting 'em up in Uncle Sam's southern door. Discount of 25 Per Centoff
You know Say,
shirts, white silk socks, Haislip. you
anyhow, golf
different directions
Panama hats and ice cream trousers. want to get: anywhere in Orlando these roads-we'd attempt rather be passon in our regular cash price on
for the bunch don't start out with Bill on your arm, not My residence phone Is Ho. 522-R. any
Class tame name
was a
that turned out last Friday, take it for that bird knows everybody in the either machine.-Lakeland Telegram. Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf goods in store.Hammond.

from me-Me? Oh, no, I wasn't dec- town, and he has to stop about nine
orated at all; I had on a dark suit times in every block to work the
like of in pump and tear off this "greetings': ionNs EXCURSIONS
and I sure felt a piece crepe ST. RIVER
that bunch of sports. stuff. You see Bill used to be a na- Gore
tive of this town and he's bat-
The meeting was held in one of the got a

big city parks, and, say, the place was ting average with the citizens like Ty Sanford JacksonvilleAND FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.\
packed. I got on the grounds late, as Cobb has with the Tigers. You might
usual, and found the building where think he owned a bank or somethingto Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
the exercises were being held jammed see the way these home town folks RETURN

like a mail order catalog. I hung crowded the ready welcome on him.
around one of the doors for a while, What got my goat was the fact that ,
to earfull, but I he took all they handed out to him $7 .00
trying get an guess Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
the wind was wrong, for all I could just 'like he had a right to it. Why,

get was a word or two now and then on the level, I began to think he was Including meals and berth
somebody myself before they got
when one of the speakers happened
to be talking soprano. I hung around I,through, and you know how well I Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days

the entrance, hoping some one on the know Bill.
inside would faint or something, and We blew around to the skating rink LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER CAREY HANDFUNERAL

I could get their place, but nothing about four in the afternoon, and who : "
happened. Pretty soon a delightful do you think we found riding the rollers oscEOZt. .
breeze from the direction of the bar- ? Bert Morrill and PrettyBoyAllen. DIRECTOR

becue tables gave me a hunch, and I Yes, sir, both of 'em. Now Leaves Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 11:30: A.M.
didn't waste any time applying for a isn't that a fine pair to get on a AND EMBALMERAll
job as waiter. skate? I hadn't been on skates for A combination daylight and searchlight trip ...

1 The fellow I boned for the job gave about five years, that goes for the of 400 miles through the heart of Florida
me a polite once-over and then said: I j singular as well as the plural in this
r "I'd like to take you on, but I'm ,case, but I wasn't going to let that I. calls answered Promptly Dayor
St. Johns River Line
afraid the authorities would get met bunch have anything on me, so I en Clyde
for violating the child labor law." tered the ring and registered three Night. Hand Block.

Well, they sure had one swell big downs for myself in the first round.

t k feed arranged for that crowd, every .Anyhow, I had a good time, and that MHIMMIIIiiMMMlit II'IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIScores Orlando Florida.PHONE
i kind of salad on the market, and I was the main idea. Well, a fellow .

about two dozen I'd never seen bet I can't help but have a good time in of Hoosier Cabinets : 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
fore. On the level, it looked like a :Orlando; they won't let him have anything I
r National Food Show. The burnt of- i i else. I
t fering consisted of broiled heifer, and I Billy, in closing, let me say that BOUGHT BY ORLANDO
I' from the amount in sight it looked as this annual meeting of the Florida WOMEN aa
[ if a whole herd had been sacrificed. I Citrus Exchange was a howling success -

I horned right in and began to help' and, believe me, the next one is Deliveredfor
myself to the eats until one of the I'going to be a scream. You want to The Orlando Meat Market
t track walkers caught sight of me and 'I'be sure and attend. Yours as ever, [ $1.00Saves

F says: "Here, guy, get away from the JEFF.
F Miles of Steps. T.2A. YANCY Manager
"' Ask the scores of Orlando Wholesale and Retail Dealer, in Choice ,.
women who own Hoosier Cab-
f Il SOLO inets. They will tell you the Florida and Western Meats

Hoosier Cabinet saves two

f i : SOLO hours every day and enables Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
s them to get through their
fpj 1' : work so quickly and easily, Special l l Attention to Hotel and Out cf Town Order
E; there is little real fatigue at
/ Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
the end of the day. PHONES
\Resden 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
You'll find it much easier
ri to keep help' when you havea
11 "Hoosier." You'll save

l two hours a day when you do
{ your own work. You manage
To the Business N **"-** t' No.T f i your kitchen more eaib.EveI'thing .
is at fin-
Men of OrlandoThe ger's ends. "

prosperity of a city is in direct proportion to the local pride. The famous Hoosier Club
Where local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Sucha Plan enables any woman to
town is a good place to live and do business in. have a Hoosier Cabinet de- SHEET METAL CO.

Paint helps to a remarkable degree in spreading an impression of livered at once for $1.00; bal-

prosperity throughout a community. It gives a fresh, new,inviting l Y ance payable in small weekly
'. look wherever it is used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes dues of $1.00. The Cabinet Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
is paid for in a few weeks.
feel its good effects. Growing business is bound to be one of the 0 You own it. You never miss
direct results of a liberal use of paint, not from any magic in the the small price which is and Rubber Roofings
paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated. 0 fixed everywhere by the

) Hoosier not a penny Mfg. Co.extra You to join pay Cornices Skylights..Beating. Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

Atl'Atic the dub. Enroll your name
Dutch Boy White Leadmixed today. I, .
Works: 14 E. Church St. -

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Lasting and economical. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your w'I: : 'I
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:Morning Sentinel Want DEPOTBUTTER
: Directory is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando. Wednesday Only

Terms Cash in Advance.

Plaster and LimeLet
Cement Agatilc
RATES will sell the Xever-Fail MILK
For One Day -_____________25t We Fresh Every Day
For Three Days --_________50c Five Gallon Kerosene Can for
For Six Days ______75c 5c. per glass
For One Month -------_____$2. 0 25c. per gallon
This rate applies on all ads of $t ..OOFonner CREAM AND MILK
25 words or less. If the ad con- BUTTER
tains more than 25 words the rate price $1.50. Fresh Homemade
will be one cent per word for
each additional word for each in- We will sell the can filled SANDWICHESPIES

sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to with Oil for $1.60. AND CAKESARCADE
Your Gas
Us Lay the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.

Every Home-Every Business Special Bargains MILK DEPOT
Service Pipes FreeI Every Man has use for a- ,
Sentinel Want Ad. Every Day


FOR Sentinel good SALE-Second Address hand bicycle"Bicycle., in" Carut ers & Gore Dr. S. S. Jones-

FOR SALE OR RE Furnished or graduate Davenport College, 17 and
unfurnished 7 room house; large 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62Vz 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
For every Gas Range or Water Heater purchased from us be- by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit being restored to health by chiropractic
and flowers. 205 Liberty street. C l nia ] Hill adjustments the new scienceof
tween now and July 1st, we will lay the regulation service pipe 6-19-lmoc removing free.the cause of disease.12-2-1-lmo Examination -

(up to 100 feet) and install the range or heater absolutely Free HORSE FOR SALE-Fiye years old;
buggy and harness. If sold at once You hear about Co-
of Charge.We will give a bargain Pure Food Store. Doctors
6225tcFOR lonial Hills.
will also allow 20 per cent. discount for cash on every

Cabinet Range bought to replace a gas stove now in use. Increase SALE-WAR of age and PRICES decrease of You read about Colonial BuckmastcrBrundage

strength makes the sale of OSTEOPATHS
Do you have Gas in your house? If not now is the time to horse harness sorry necessary buggywagon. Hills. Personal instruction under Dr. Still
and farm tools; some fine city lots You talk about Colo ai "Kirksville, Mo.
have it put in.ORLANDO. and farm lands.
Could use good auto
I 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
in trade. See me quickly at 201 W. nial Hills. National Bank. Phone 578.
Concord avenue. Wm. L. Cory ell.
6-20-6tc Sooner or later you
FOR SALE will buy in Colonial
CAR. THIS IS A BAR Hills. Why not NOW!
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf It will give you satis

WATER & LIGHT CO FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract faction and profit. 17 Hughey Street Orlando FU. '
one quarter mile from city limits; 12-10-lm
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. CARL DANN


FOR RENT-New up to date eight
room modern house, furnished or ;
unfurnished; or will rent half. Frontson
Lake Eola. Cheap. Fine location.
a Call 24 Church street. 6-22-6t for the picnic

Suite of rooms in Cheney Block
formerly occupied by Mrs. G. Davis.
Also store room formerly occupiedby
Nat Berman. Long term tenants

Notice-Special Sale desired.6-20-6tc JOHN M. CHE EY. in and around your* houseto OrlandoSteam ;

FOR RENT-Four large airy rooms
with bath and a large veranda, fur- MOSQUITOES( BED BUGS FLEAS,
nished unfurnished. The Laundry
or coolest
place in town. On Lake Eola. 214 MOTHS MITES, ANTS AND
Robinson avenue. 6-17-61 ALL OTHER INSECTS

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- GE-CO is a stainless liquid used witha
And continuing for two weeks mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. spray and guaranteed to do the
Yancey. 328tfcRAN"rE'D work. Don't set up and fight mos DRY CLEANERS
quitoes all night. Spray your room
with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have
your Groceryman get it for you. Or
I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I WANTED-Strong white woman for direct if he will not supply you. Put
house work for family of three up by the
adults. Box Annual Excursion
Apply Sentinel.
-- G p f A ORLANDO,

On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts ) W"TED-S-.veet potato slips. Any O. If. UU., FLORIDAPi ,
variety, must not 1 e mixed.Vill 0. Box 28$ Phone 341.
pay $75c. per thousand at my packing
Kimonas, and House Dresses house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres- Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com July 2ndTO
ton. 6-19-d&w-tf pound and keep down the dust.

Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at NOTICE
Bids will be received at the City :

I GREATLY REDUCED PRICES twenty Hall Tuesday thousand, June dollars 29, (1915 more, for or Orlando Wood Yard $7.00 | $9.00

less) of street improvement certifi-
cates payable in one, two and three Removed from Pine St. two blocks SAVANNAH I CHARLESTON '
Come and look at our line years, with These interest at 8 per cent. per north on Railroad west end Washington -
annum. certificates are guar- ROUND TRIP FARES FROM
anteed by the City of Orlando. St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. to The reject City any Council or all reserves bids. the right all times. ORLANDOic

Orlando Florida. June 19, 1915.
E. F. SPERRY, Mayor.
Attest: yU

6-20-24 a Coast LineStandard
To reduce
our stock as much as possible
by the 15th, will give a discountof
25 Railroad of the South
per cent. off our regular cash -- ---
price on goods in store. Hammond
& Gore.any 6-5-tf- Cut Flowers Tickets |||| final lim-

\ Pure Icyea UNDER NEW )MANAGEMENT sold JULY Y 2 2ND N 0 II July It

i!, Cor.Magnolia Boone and House.South.Rooms and 6-22-6tc board. and Plants Good on all regular trains

NOTICE Steel Sleepers Observation Cars

When you want PURE ICE For Party The partnership of Davis and Manning Floral Designs
CREAM call for HAND'S. If painting and decorating, has For Information Call on
been dissolved, and notice is
you don't believe that we take Club] !given that W. L. Davis will not hereby be -_ D. W. WHITE. D. T. A.
the greatest care in its liable for any debts incurred by said 'V. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
manuWe make our Ice Cream fromtubercular firm. W. L. DAVIS.
facture come up and watch us- tested cows. All Church Social Violet Dell Florist.
make it. You will be surprised ..
cans moulds and everything School 1 Social.ILodge I at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gallons -
at the care every detail is given. delivered to your home. City .
used in the manufacture of our Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf J. &1. CARUTHERS i
Any kind you want, any time .

you want it. In any quantity .Ice Cream is thoroughly steriId. RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
1' Picnic Located in the Arcade
lze Building
up. Office corner Orange Avenue and
All work guaranteed and
You are cordially invited to Jhurch St., Davis & :McNeil Bid-
Order Hands done. Our work is the best Phone
inspect our factory at any Pure and our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASSPHONE 419.

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

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Successor to .

pressed _____40c
; ICE CREAM CO. All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Hand Wood CompanyWood

pressed ____50c
-------- DR. U H. RAMSDEU
Mohair suits pressed -_____25c of All Kinds

i PHONE 566 W, Jefferson Street We a do trial ladies'and work be also.convinced.Giveus PROMPT SERVICE ORLANDO OPTOMETRIST, FLORIDA

I called for and delivered. tREASONABLE PRICE
Phone 613. .


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Mrs. S. Waters Howe left yesterday -
afternoon for Jacksonville where
she will visit Mrs. R. P. Marks.

Phone 3.33 for your fresh meats.
Quality and service our motto. Cox's
:Meat Market, Church street. 6-22-tf
Mr. W. E. Gore went down to Lakeland ..:-
1T: -' yesterday afternoon to look after MAKE IT A RULE TO GO TO THE
: important business matters."Let's .
meet at Butt's."
.;:. : .- :. -t : SOME MONEY, IT WILL BE A
Messrs. George Phillips and W. S. GOLDEN RULE
branch Jr., made a business trip to
Leesburg yesterday afternoon in Mr. S

Phillips' car.

Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Thompsonand
daughter Miss Neva left yesterday -
"Do not put off for tomor-
for Hendersonville N. C., where
row what you should do to- they will pass the summer.
day"-for tomorrow never
comes! Mrs. W. P. Pillans and children
came up from Lakeland yesterday on
a visit to Mrs. Pillans' parents Mr.
Doing is the great thing. The man andIrs.. S. A. Robinson.Mr. .
who acts accomplishes. It may be
too late if you wait. Why not deposit W. S. :Moore a former well
a dollar today and start on the known citizen of Orange county but WHEN YOU HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT YOU HAVE A BANK
now making his home in Towns, Ga.,
acticve road to prosperity-thousands CONNNECTION. YOUR CREDIT IS BETTER. YOU HAVE
was an Orlando visitor yesterday.Hair
-.. are traveling happily that way. MORE CONFIDENCE AND SELF-RELIANCE. IT WILL HELP

Put aside a little a week and see how Growing Shampoo and Dan- YOU IN EVERYWAY.

easily, faithfully and steadily your druff reliable Cure-a remedy.thoroughly Sure cure tested for falling and- ASK THOSE WHO BANK WITH US HOW WE TREAT

account grows. hair and dandruff. For sale at THEM.
McElroy's Drug Store. 6-23-6tc MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK

THE STATE BANKOF Mr. H. II. Witherington, one of
Apopka's wide awake and progressive
lando mingling business with pleasure. .

The Peoples National Bank

Mr. T. J. Minor one of the repre-
sentative citizens Minorville, was "IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
among the business transactors of
west Orange visiting the county me-
tropolis yesterday.

.: ARE YOU DRINKING Whenever you want the best and
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Coxon .
1111111111.111111.1. I I I IIIII 11111111111111111111111111111111111'11111 _
Church street and your order will lT..IJHW.:
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf '

Mrs. M. I. Liddeli was among the
north bound passengers over the At- '
: lantic Coast Line yesterday afternoonen SPECIAL !

Elder route to Glens Falls, N. Y., where
Spring she will spend the summer months.Mr. .

.J.CV Otey,one of the right hand
men with the Orlando Auto and Sup-

ply company left yesterday after- Car in
Six-Passenger good shape.
noon for Chicago to take in the auto-

Water ? mobile City next races Saturday.which start in the Windy Electric Starter and Lights. Ful--

I "Let's meet at Butt's."
ly equipped. $350.00.One .
Mr. A. H. Mclntyre, who has been
spending several days in this sectionin
the interest of the Skinner Manufacturing -
company Dunedin left yes- Speedster and Electric
: terday over the Atlantic Coast Line
A pure sparkling thirst-, to visit other portions of the state.
Lights. New tires. $350.00Sold

Capt. B. M. Sims, president of the
quenching spring water.
South Apopka Citrus Nurseries company -

was a visitor to Orlando.yesterday -
Look for it in the homes you from Ocoee. The Captain will By F.
leave his home in west Orange today
for a tour of the southern part of the

" visit. state. San Juan Garage Company j !

If you are thinking about puttingup
" some very choice Florida fruit,
you could not do better than to call 'IIIII'II 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII'II.IIIII'IIIIIII'IIII11111. tIIIIIIIIIILt.III. .
I CALL UPV. on J. W. Johnson 109 West Church -- -------- ---
street. He has
a choice stock of:
fruits and ,vegetables at very reason- -

I \W. W.\ VIRIGHT I Plioue ll 444 able,prices.Mr..of and Maitland.Mrs. Chas., motored Dallas to and Orlando children I r. THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost

yesterday and spent the day shop- persons of wealth select a corpor- ,- -
E. And place order today ping. While in the city, Mr.\ Dallas ate executor because they know it insures
your found time to pay this office a visit I faithful and capable performance of the
J and renew his allegiance to the South trusts they create.

___ Florida Sentinel.Dr. .
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i Whether the estate be large or of mod- Y .3:

f "" 'I"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIOllla+C111 and erate size it is to the interest of both ? 4
Mrs. J. C.
Marshall and yourself and heirs to name this Company: .
mother Mrs. Olive )Marshall were .
as executor and Trustee. ,
t among the prominent out of town visitors -
in Orlando yesterday.: They motored The Records of our Trusts are convinc-
from Oviedo in the forenoon ing evidence of the community's confi-
1t t and spent the day greeting friendsand dence in our capabilities. s't'

Valuable Diamond Lost shopping.Rev. WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ?

I and Mrs. Coleman Groves for Because of the necessity: for efficient
merly of Orlando who have been in banking organizations to care for the fidu'Y *
4i r the city for some time coming to be
ciary business, the Trust Company has developed 1
i near their mother, the late Mrs. J. E.
How often this appears in the newspapers the result Groves, will leave in half a century, the highest typeof
o today for their institution. .
of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry home Memphis, Tenn., carrying banking t
by having it examined at our store at least once every with them the sympathy and well Primarily chartered to handle trusts,
k month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds wishes of all Orlando.A the Trust Companies of the United States ,ws _
1. of have developed such efficiency that not one
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing
i- picture of a "Modern Enoch cent of trust funds committed to their TM'
in and middleman'sprofit.
our shop, thereby saving you time a
: Arden" will be shown at the Roof care have been lost through failures. ,
A trial will convinec you. Garden theater tonight, with an all I
t Broadway star cast-Adele Lane.: Have you investigated the service of
Wh. Dowlan and Edward Sloman this institution, "- r ,-
produced by Burton King, one of the
best known moving picture directors

c R T. H. EVANSJEWELER in special feature Mr.the Claude world.correspondent at the F.coolest Don't Johnson fail of spot the,to in who Sentinel see town.was this I Orlan Eauk & Tru t Copaiiy n

i during the session of the legislature !
which recently adjourned, has accepted I ORLANDO, FLORIDACapital
ss a position on the Gainesville Daily
Sun for the next two months after and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three
which he will be engaged on the Quarters of Million.. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.'fJ. .
Tampa Daily Tribune as editorial

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