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 25, 1915
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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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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Germans Claim to Have Re- and Navy Departments
pulsed French in Their Effort Watching Developments '

to Retake an Im- With Grave Concern

portant Hill LARGE CROWD ATTENDED New Policy?

Washington June .-Lord Crew's Washington June .-Obstructive !
memorandum to Ambassador Page EAST COAST tactics of the Mexican military lead- -M'KOY LAND CO. DEPUTY ATTY. COOK WILL
dealing with complaints of the deten- ers to President Wilson's "get together" PROBE THAW'S EXPULSION -

tion of American cargoes bound for : or coalition plan has presented a
neutral ports was made public by the grave situation which the president CONWAY SCHOOL i

state department this evening.The will have to deal with on his return

state departmen officials would With Special Officials in Charge here from New-Hampshire.A Purchase Price Not Known- I SCANDALOUS DETAILS TO RESULT
the memorandum.The bad situation is conceded today
not comment on Conway and Other Citizens Are I
Went From WinterParkEnjoyable Deal Largest Negotiatedin
opinion of experts on international -Fifty following the autocratic reply of Car- Raising Big Fund and Complying
law who have followed the con- ranza, received yesterday."It Locality for SomeTime Evidence Will Be Secured From
With Their Part
troversy between the two govern- has made the. situation as bad i
Outing Former President Elliotton
ments was that the memorandum was as possible" was the opinion of one of Contract I

not of a character to afford much sat- official who summed up the informa- One of the largest real estate deals Why lie Expelled

isfaction.It SANFORD WOMEN JUMP tion from Mexico, saying that the ef- ever made in this section was closed Conway, June 24.-Following is a I Harry
list of the subscribers to Conway
holds out little expectation of FROM PICNIC SPECIAL fect of the answer to the president'snote yesterday when the McKoy Land company -
school fund. The work is
material relief to American com- demanding a "get together" pol- I operating in Orange county for progress- I New York, June 24.-A new sensa-
and will be The ,
merce. I The union Sunday school picnic icy would be to rush the military several years, sold to J. Edson An- ing soon will completed. that I tion was sprung in the Thaw case to-

The hardships inflicted upon it by S came very close to being marred leaders into a battle with each other. drews, of Chicago, 18,000 acres of commissioners readily with see their .'day by the announcement of Deputy
the British regulations and the viola- S by a near-fatal accident which Highest authorities of the government land lying on both sides of the At- our citizens are complying ,Attorney General Cook that he would
t tion of the principles of international its -has part of the contract. I delve into the for Thaw's
s occurred at Sanford as the special say today concern lantic Coast Line railroad between reasons expulsion -
law were pointed out by the United s train was returning to Orlan reached such a point now that it is I Taft and Kissimmee. Conoly & Overstreet, $52.63; J. A. from Harvard University in

States in its note of March 30, conse- s C. and necessary to know once and for all I The deal was negotiated and closed Barber $26.32; Burrell Scott $6.00; i 1892 in an effort to establish his pres-
do. Mrs. J. Te-williger '
quenly its effect, it is believed will her sister of Sanford, were having from Mexican leaders whether they yesterday before McKoy's departure E. L. Scott, $6.00; E. B. Keene, $6.00; 'I ent insanity. -. .
be rather to sharpen the edge of the heed the I W. E. Williamson, $5.00; T. J. Scandalous uttails; before
S such an enjoyable time with propose to president's warn- for the North early this morning. : never
$6.00; C. E. Piatt, $5.00; G. W. Hart, I
issue between the
two governmnts. to which will materially
brought light,
their friends that they did not ing.The The purchase price was not revealed, -
In his note of transmittal, Ambas- realize they were in Sanford. The president told them that he although it is known to have been $7.50; S. J. Spurgeon $6.00; Judge aid in the state's contention of his

sador Page say the memorandum is train started, their attention was would give them a short time in I very large. Wm. :Martin $10.00; W. T. Chatman, I insanity, are alleged to lie behind the

not intended to answer the principlesset called to the fact that they were which to consider the proposal, but Details of what the new purchaser $5.00; ; J. F. Gordon, $10.001.. :N. abrupt termination of Thaw's univer-

forth in the note of March 30, but leaving their home city, they this warning they have practically ig intends to do with the large tract of Simmons $10.00; J. M. Partin, $10.00; 'I jti. sity career.
G. Redditt. $1.00 J. B. Redditt,
is merely "explanations" of concrete rushed to the vestibule and nored. I land will be given later. In additionto ; Judge Hendrick will tomorrow
and the regulations under which Therefore, officials there must $10.00; T.L Arnold, $10.00; Arthur morning Attorney Cook's
Ceases jumped from the train while it say Mr. Edward A. McKoy, president pass upon
they are dealt with. was in motion. They were both be some new announcement declarative -lof the company Mr. J. R. Wrenn and Butt $5.00; A. S. Hodges, $15.00; G.1 application for him to appoint a com-
The inference is that the British of the next of the United W. Deese, 5.00; H. W. Gill, $5.00; mission to take at Cambridge
thrown to the pavement and injured step {Mr. T. B. Sphaler are also interested testimony
note dealing with the principles discussed I W. Anderson $5.00; J. F.
but not seriously. States.If { in the deal.RUSSIA of former President Elliott on
by the United States in its . $3.00; C. F. Skull, $1.00; E. HarreJI'1 his for
t i f i i t s i i i the state department learns, as reason dismissing Thaw.
note of March 30 might be expected Seven hundred excursionists boarded it is trying today to confirm informa- TO TAKE OVER LIGHTING per, $15.00; C. L. Lovelace Thaw's reasons for leaving Harvard -
later, but Lord Crew does not say it the special train over the Atlantic tion that the leaders are against thepresident's COMPANIES" OWNEDBY : R. R. Kilpatrick $5.00; W. J. Conoly, have never been explained. lie

may be. Coast Line yesterday morning to at- policy, the next few daysis GERMANS $10.00Ir.. Brannon, $5.00; H. G. however, is undismayed by this latest

tend the union Sunday school picnicat awaited with great solicitude by Petrograd.-The Russian authori- Partin $15.00; L. Garrett, $10.00; 1:. development in his fight for free-

Troops Exhausted Daytona Beach. The train left on the navy and state departments. ties have decided to take over the T. Peel, $5.00; R. J. Piatt, $2.00. dom and says the commission mat-

London June 24.-Violent fighting schedule time, 7 o'clock and was electric light companies here and at ter simply shows that Cook is waving -
t t i t t
t i t i i *
waged with the bayonet, in which the SPANISH: CABINET RESIGNS the white
flag to
made up of twelve passenger coaches Moscow which are owned by Ger- preparatory sur-
Germans claim to have repulsed all I INTERNED: RABBIT PREVENTS: render, because Mr. Cook has been
and a baggage car. The run was Madrid-The Spanish cabinet rt'I I mans. '
French attacks, is taking place on the I RATTLER FROM COILING unable to get anything him
made to the Beach inside of four sgned today the government consid- s I new on
Meuse hills and on the- slopes of Lo- hours. ering the failure of the recent loan to I THE WEATHER S : AND: STRIKING: within the last twenty years.

rette, in Alsace. The weather was auspicious for Le equivalent: to a vote of lack of con- ,I Florida: Scattered showers Fri Today's session of the court was
Also the French have been thrown Late yesterday afternoon John -
greatly in favor of the defendant.
both the ride over a picturesque route fidence. day and probably Saturday. '
back in a vigorous effort to recapturean McCamy brought a huge rattle-
and for the enjoyment of the sched-
important hill at Bandesapt which snake into town to turn over to *
uled at the resort. The WORK OF RAISING TilE SUNKEN:
the Germans took yesterday after the crowd program was augmented by fifty who The Exploit Of Marie Louise Is A. M. Nicholson the taxidermist. SUBMARINE F.! PROGRESSING
French had held possesion for sev- The snake which measured 5 feet '
boarded the train at Winter Park the
eral months. On a greater of 3 inches and bore nine rattles and '
part only stop which was supposed to be One Of Many Valorous Acts '
the front however a lull due to utter made between this city and the desti- a button, was killed yesterday Washington D. C--Rear Admiral
exhaustion continues. nation. afternoon by C. ,V. Smith, near Moore, commander of the Hawaian
Lake Rowena. The snake '
Bob Waltham was the engineer at Paris.-Marie Louise-that was I While they talked Marie Louise was naval station, in a mail report to the

MACHINE GUN PLATFORMS FOR the throttle and Capt. J. L. Harvard, what his fellow Zouaves called him, I I buried the second body. The Germans first discovered by a negro The who navy department, says that progressis
was working nearby. ,
ZEPPELINS negro being made in the work of raisingthe
a popular and well known conductor, stopped firing altogether. Both '
because he and j not Knowing that it was a rattler
was a youngster so
submarine F-t which sank in
Basel, S\\tzerland.-German dispatches was in charge of the train. Mr. J. G. sides were frightened into silence. ,
tell of a meeting of aerial Kirkland, division passenger agent, pink and white and usually so timidof The French had stopped calling to called Mr. Smith, who promptly Honolulu harbor several months ago.
despatched it. When found the
experts held recently at Friedrichs- and Mr. D. Marlowe, trainmasterfor speech. He was swearing quietlyto I Marie Louise to come back. The admiral says that divers have

hafen to discuss the question of con- the northern division of the Coast himself and pointing to the spaceof Then quietly, as if he were all sized rattler rabbit was and swallowing this meal a good been occupied in plugging holes in the

structing on top of all Zeppelins Line, accompanied the excursion to three hundred yards between the alone, the Zouave stood up straightand him prevented side of the submarine to keep sand
from coiling to strike
launched in the future a platform for personally look after the general wel- two trench lines. stretched himself. He shoulderedhis when Mr. Smith arrived the from settling withtin it. The sub-
machine guns. These would be uesd fare of their patrons.Mr. In this space where were dead cat- spade and walked quietly to the on marine is lying where the sea does

to drive away enemy aeroplanes and N. W. Green, special chief cus- tle, a pit or two, three French sol- third body. lIe spat on his hands, i scene i i i ready i t i to i i execute t t k 1 him.. i t not break, and he reports that she is
protect the Zeppelins from attacks todian of the peace for the A. C. L., diers' bodies and a 'lot of slain Ger- and steadily, as though he were dig- in shape to be raised upon the arrivalof

such as that delivered over Belgiumby went along with the happy crowd to mans. ging in his garden, he went on with improved apparatus which has 1

the British aviator Warneford. enjoy old ocean's breezes and to quell "It is disgusting," growled Marie his work. BASEBALL RESULTS been requisitionsd.TWO .

1 The opinion was expressed at this any "wild and woolly stunt that Louise. "We can not leave them Marie Louise buried the man, pickedup National" League ,
conference that Warneford had exploded might be pulled off by some strag- there. Has anybody a brick or two?" a bit of wood, broke it in two, :New York 13, Philadelphia 5. POSTOFFICES IN FLORIDA '
the theory of Count Boston 6, Brooklyn 0. TO BE RAISED TO PRESIDENTIAL
Zeppelinthat glers. The Zouaves laughed. Marie was found a nail and made a cross. Then
his airships can not be approached always asking for something or other. he fumbled in his pockets and looked Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati 5. : CLASS j

and attacked by aeroplanes. RUSSIA CANT PAY CASH FOR He wanted to borrow a hair brush the I'about the ground, turning this way Chicago 14, St. Louis 13. 1

[\ Another message from German WAR MATERIALS first night he slept in a trench.It I and that, as thougj: he had lost some- American League Washington D. C.-Two Florida

< says that Emperor William when he Seattle, Wash. The large ship- had been wet for three days and I thing. A Frenchman from the trench Philadelphia 6, New York 7. postoffices are in the lucky list of
heard of the death of Aviator Warne- of Washington 4, Boston 12. those that are to be advanced from
ments war material for Russia has the Zouaves had taken a few bricks shouted a cry of warning. As Marie
; ford said: been cancelled by American manufacturers from the village behind them to keep Louise threw himself on his face the Detroit 9, St. Louis 3. fourth class to presidential class on

"He was a brave enemy." who are said to be unable to their feet dry. Before they realized bullets whistled again and one of his Cleveland 4, Chicago 5; 19 innings. July 1. They are the postoffices at IJ

obtain cash payments for their pro- what Marie Louise was doing he had feet kicked up. Federal League :MiHsville and Bushnell. The salariesof

.SUICIDE BY ELECTRICITY ducts became known today when the crawled with his bricks from the But he wasn't dead. lIe wriggledand :Newark 2, Kansas City 3. the postmasters are fixed at $1,000

Johnstown Pa.--.Joseph BuckIS Great Northern Steamship company trench and wriggled out through the crawled to his trench, stood up Brooklyn 2, Chicago 6. and $1,100 respectively. The salaries

years old a wealthy contractor of announced= that the liner Minnesota broken wire pushing the bricks in again under a rain of twittering bul- Baltimore 4, St. Louis 2. are graded according to the postal re- ,

Chester Springs Cambria county, probably will not include Vladivostokas front of him as a protection. lets, laughed, saluted the German Buffalo 9, Pittsburgh 5. ceipts. !

committed suicide at 3:30 yesterday a port of call on her next voyage. lIe worked slowly but he was a trench and tumbled headlong on top Southern League j

; afternoon by grasping a wire The Minnesota was scheduled to bad target, and the Germans did not of his comrades. Atlanta 5, Birmingham 0. 2,000 NEW HOUSES -i

that carried 60,000 volts of electricity. sail direct from Seattle to Vladivostok get him. They were a little puzzled "Don't kiss me," he protested. "I Chattanooga 7, Little Rock 2. Chester, Pa.-Builders and real estate ;

Ill health is given as the cause of his June 27 with practically a full too, because he was all alone. They am not a girl, if my name is Marie Memphis-Nashville, rain. men here have been potified by
1 act. cargo for the Russian government. were watching to see what he woulddo Louise. Besides I have something in All that were scheduled. representatives oi the Baldwin Locomotive -

Buck, who had only recently re- Seventy-fi\e per cent. of these ship- and that disturbed their aim. He my heel." South Atlantic League Works end of the Remington

[, turned from a Pittsburgh hospital ments have been cancelled by manu- wriggled on, pushing his bricks in But the bullet had only carried Charleston 4, Jacksonville 3. Arms company that at least 2,000 ad-

i where he was told it would be useless facturers. front of him, till he reached the first away a bit of leather. Savannah 7, Albany 2. ditional houses will be needed for the

: to attempt to cure him of cancer took of the dead Frenchmen and managedto "Why did you turn round and look Augusta 4, Columbus 2. families of workmen to tx- broughthere

i; his eight children on a fishing trip :NOT REWARDED BY KAISER FOR bury him in a shallow grave. He like that?" some one asked him. "It Columbia 3, Macon 1. to fill orders from the European

i near his home.Leaving SINKING LUSITANIA had taken a spade with him and the was your turning around like that countries at war. The Remington

t the children, he climbed a London.-A dispatch to the Exchange ground was soft. which made them fire." St. Paul, MinnA telegram sent concern announced it had sufficient

pole of the Penn Central Light and Telegraph from Copenhagensays The other two bodies were much Marie Louise chuckled. "I had to President Wilson tonight by the I orders on hand to keep its new plant

Power company and caught one of that official announcement has nearer the German trench-less thana some red cloth from my trousers national convention of Evangelistic busy for two years. .

h the high tension wires. His hands been made in Berlin that no order of hundred yards from it. The Ger- strap" he said "and I wanted a bit Lutheran Synod in session here,

I. were burned off and his body fell to merit has been conferred on any sub- mans almost stopped firing. The of white and a bit of blue to put on urges him to place an embargo upon I More of that $1.35 book for 50c.

I'I the ground his neck being broken marine commander for the sinking of French could see them with their the cross to make a tri-color for the the exportation of war munitions to "The Battle Cry." Curtis & O'Neal,

when he struck the earth. the Cunard Line steamer Lusitania. heads together, talking about it. )\grave." Europe. 1 book and music store.


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delacicies. So heavy are these shipments j i
Pleasure and
I at times that they cannot be I
taken care of by the regular trains, '
ity In the Florida Lake and then there is a period where a :
I"watermelon special" is put into j Listeo.
daily service. I
(By Shelton S. Matlack) industry. Nowhere in Florida execept in the
There is a high healthful section in Celery, Sanford's Business hills of this part of the state is a :
the very center of the state that is : Then there is Sanford, the healthier section to be found. The I Mr. Automobile Owne i!

bound to become one of the best(of Seminole county, which is the air is pure and invigorating, and the r
known and most thickly settled por- 'ter of one of the finest trucking j altitude of the vicinity insures free-
tions of Florida. Already there are tions in the country, shipping I i dom from dampness. Every winter How would you like to save at least 25; per cent on
of | thousands hundreds of persons in the North, bill?
signs great progress on every years crops worth you gas -
hand but this is a mere foretaste to thousands of dollars to the I who feel that they are unable to with-
what may be expected later on. The of the United States. Celery stand the rigors of snow and ice,
section to which I refer comprises egg plant, tomatoes, peppers I I may live out of doors in comfort, and The WICK Does the TrickSAVE
Lake Seminole and Orange counties. many other products of the many cures have been among them.
Though not as quick to feel the impulse -i patch are sent from the Sanford Rapid Development Certain

of the gigantic developmentnow tion in abundance, and not only There are thousands of acres of YOUR HONEY BY USING
takin gplace in Florida as some I a golden harvest to the growers undeveloped land in Lake County.
of the larger counties this section is selves but do not fail to bring Some day each of these acres will be
now taking place in Florida as some ford's name into general !i made to bloom and prosper. Already ,
road towards future greatness. |It is only a matter of a few I|[ wealthy promoters are beginning to ,
A trip through this section com- before Sanford will become an buy it up. A sale of 80,000 acres to "GAS OS A V A" I
prising a week gives one a faint idea more important point than it is I I ( one man is reputed to have been made
of the possibilities, and on every hand day, for many a Northern recently. The construction of better
one sees the forward strides that are man who is tired of working roads is sure to increase real estate
taking place. Orlando in Orangecounty desk and many a capitalist r values and to make more of the fine
for instance, is a hustling lit- for a place to invest his money farming lands accessible. So with
tle city with grown-up ways, brick destined to find the answer to Florida's continued rapid advancementthere SOME FACTS:
1 paved streets and handsome business hopes in Sanford. Besides is no section more favored or
lt blocks. It is in the most beautiful railroad center of some with a brighter outlook for the future Economizes Fuel by saving twenty-five to fifty per
section of the state, the high, rolling i Sanford has steamer connection than the hill tops, lakes and val- cent of your gasoline bill.
V nature of the country, dotted with Jacksonville, and the trip up the leys of Lake County, where wealth,
hundreds of lakes, making it a delightful -I Johns is one of the delights of happiness and health go hand in hand. Increases your mileage by giving you from two to ten
place in which to reside the tourist. Tampa Tribune. miles per gallon, according to the horse power of your car.
year round. Orlando's streets are Lake county, though it was
well kept and, most surprising of all' ward for a few years in catching Prevents fouling of your cylinders and spark plugs, .

its jail is a piece of beauty (from the tune of progress that has Time To Get thus preventing carbonization.
outside at least) as it is surroundedby the entire state recently, is now
Insures easy starting and running by a uniform absorption -
a lawn, shrubbery and flowers. and neck with many of the
of gasoline the wick.
Orlando's fine fair grounds were a counties in the matter of growth
few days ago the scene of an enthu- improvements. A bond issue of $ won'T' Increases your power and prevents backfire.No .
siastic gathering of representative 000 for good roads was recently and 25c basket
per machinery anything to get out of order.
Flordiians engaged in citrus growing, ed. Brick roads will be laid or

the occasion being the annual conven- heavy traffic demands it, and on Free Stones You can install it yourself in ten or fifteen minutes
tion of the Florida Citrus Exchange.On roads the less expensive but
Tomatoes at 15c time.
this occasion the citizens of Orlando desirable sand-oil will be placed. I

V showed conclusively that theyare I.still other roads clay is being Some Ford owners have doubled their mileage.
good entertainers and do not lack and on some others pine
hospitality' in the highest sense. Or- good material where the ones 5c and lOc each
lando is destined to become the scene I light.
of many gatherings of this kind. Towns Made Accessible 109 W. CHURCH ST. ,
Like Chain of Jewels I The system of roads that is Price rrt 3 f\f\ Expense of ship-
North of Orlando there lie a half a built from the bond issue w5: \: meat prepaid
dozen or.more smaller towns, each : with other good road' systems
one a gem of beauty in itself. Eachof II I laid by 0 ranee and Seminole
EeeifattT .'... THE GOODS Satisfaction or your money back.
these towns has' cwTc/ : r; ILat easy access can be
laid out, its streets lined with beauti- I' to the smaller as well as the Write for Illustrated Literature.
ful shade trees and its roads hard' towns of this section from all
surfaced. Brick roads have been and tions. Good roads has long Messenger
are now being constructed in Orange need for this section, and now
county connecting all of the principal comprehensive system is in Truck
The Wm. Kahl
cities and towns. Although in most citizens are rejoicing immensely.There Company

instances hard surfaced day roads is only one subject in SERVICE
have already existed in advance of the citizens of Lake county are Gainesville, FloridaSPRAYING .
the brick roads, the latter undoubt- absorbed than in good roads, and
edly will have a tremendous effect in is baseball. The towns of that 444
stimulating the growth and develop- tion, such as Eustis, Leesburg,
ment of that section. The highwaysof tilla, Sorrento and Clermont
Orange county are lined with mag- 'league of their own with Cigar Stores ,
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nificent orange groves, the clustersof r least once and sometimes
whose yellow fruit each autumn times during the week.
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excite the admiration of the tourist. I the interest with which these

This mention of Orange county, are followed, it may be
brief as it must be, would be incom- that on Thursday of last week
For White Fly and Scale, with Schnarr's In-
plete without reference to Winter people of Sorrento hired a
Val-Enamel I] secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites
Park. This little city is a favorite train at a cost of $128 to go
infesting citrus trees with the Soluble Sulphur
tourist resort, is the center of a rich miles to witness a hard fought Compound. spray
citrus section and is the home of Rol- between Sorrento and
of everything in Wall Papers These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
lins, Florida's oldest college. When More than 100 went on the
I be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
this city was laid out its promoters and this is a remarkable fact in
lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.
foresaw the probability that it would that the population of this
Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
prosper, and so its streets have been town numbers not more than Paint Store
cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
made wide and rendered attractive I persons. If that much interest
will have no regrets at the end of the season.
Phone 67 ;you
with hundreds of fine shade trees. I shown in games played in
Many of Florida's leading businessmen .there would have to be and the best
equipment to do
look back to Winter Park as the tions arranged at Plant Field the cheapest. J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
place where they obtained their edu- least 10,000 people. I ,
cation. Winter Park is also the homeof Leesburg and Eustis are the
Flatkoat Florida
William Chase Temple, one of the est cities of this section and ,
"grand old men" of Florida's citrus them is prospering and growing

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

7' S sruur'.ii". i #* 4 ,. -t Lp.'y. ded from Bearing Trees of Known Quantityand

L* M J 'J Quality of Production.--. W. ConnerThe

t* ti; a p'r
season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the least profitable to
s Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years and there have been many
kit growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger.
This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseries
pedigreed trees been planted in these groves. The test groves of the Ocklawaha
) r Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an averageof
five years, from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four boxes .
per tree and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove, our
Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old averaged $21.40 per tree, or sixteen
'k H t1 41T hundred dollars per acre.
The planting of this grove was made from trees budded from the proper selectionsof
budwood to give such results, and the trees we are selling from our stock todayare
still better because we have given the selection of our buds used in propogating -
our present output closer attention and have used only the best of these spec-
ially good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in plantingyour

i grove.
All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,|
and Prof Pomeroy, have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary groves
planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebudded
i from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the\

grower, when so treated.If .
<- you can start right, don't you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY way, \
is to use OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but -
For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build-
ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with :Mr. G. G. Wright, our
agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the
trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction thatit
TTi: pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.

: T r !J .: For Catalog, address OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, O. W. CONNER, Proprietor,

Tangerine, Florida.
r- -- Heavy producing trees of quality Fruit can be produced only from Ocklawaha G. G. Wright Agt. No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg.
Nurseries Pedigreed Trees. Order YOURS NOW. They are grown, not manufactured ,

I; and it takes time to do it-its precious. Do it NOW. Orlando Florida
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Oakland, Fla., June 23.-:Mrs. Will Attention Auto Owners! jj
"Washington. Ebenezer J. Hill, Re- Shupe left on 'last Friday for an extended The eagle will scream 'long, loud Zolfo, Fla.-A disastrous wreck occurred ,
publican representative-elect from the visit to her home folks in and lustily in Kissimmee on the fifth on the Atlantic Coast Line at
fourth Connecticut congressional district Sumter, S. C. of July, when the Nation's Birthday Scott's Station, one mile north of
and millionaire banker and man- Mrs. Ilka Windisch and three chil- will be celebrated with an elaborate here, this morning. A freight car in I
ufacturer, has been converted to the dren, of Fort Pierce, arrived Wednes- program that will furnish ample a south bound through freight jumpedthe I .

suffrage. cause by his daughters, Miss day to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. amusement to the thousands of visit- track, piling up six cars of mer-
Elsie Kill and Mrs. Helena Hill Weed. S. Petris. ors for whom preparations are being chandise along the right of way, and 14 E. CHURCH STREET
:Mr.: J. S. Petris went to Savannahon made, as well as the residents of that demolishing the depot at Scott's.
AN IMPROVEMENTThe Wednesday to attend the weddingof city. The reports received from that Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil ;

. attractive Slaughter residenceout his brother, Duke Petris return- city give indication of an enthusiastic NEAT "HOME": GROCERYOne CAR WASHED AND POLISHED, 1.00
ing Friday. response on every hand to the call fora
on East Washington street is be-
Club Rate Tickets
ing improved by the addition of a Mrs. C. E. Teasley, Clyde Jr., and real, old-time celebration of the of the neatest of the many Special '
spacious screened sleeping porch. Dorothy Cordele left on Monday for character for which Kissimmee is small "home" grocery stores whichare Prompt Service Personal Attention

Bowman, Ga., to visit her parents and famous. to be found in various parts of Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold

Bring picnic out to other relatives. Mr. Teasley will join Orlando is that of L. A. Powell, on
your supper
Rossmore Inn and enjoy a moonlightride her in a few weeks. NEARING COMPLETIONThe East Washington street. i : Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager : :
on Lake Butler. 6-20-3t Misses Vera and Bernice Wren re- Ii

turned to their home at Clermont Boardman improvements on Umbrellas recovered and repaired t'lMIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIMMIMMMIIIIMIIIIMIIMIMMOF

BATTLESHIP SAILS FOR CUBA where a new house awaited them, on Orange avenue are nearing completion "while you wait" at Young's Repair II.I-
Friday.Mr. and will be occupied in the near Shop. 21 Ii:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc U--- "-
New York.-The battleship Florida, J. E. Wills has gone to visit his future. The improvement in the
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which for some time has been stationed daughter at Canon, Ga. Leland' Sad- Boardman block makes this one of The arket

at the New York navy yard, ler accompanied him to Atlanta., but the most attractive business loca-
left yesterday for Cuba. The ship BIG BARBECUEAND CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
will come back to Macon to work in tions on Orange avenue.
left her moorings soon after 10 a. m. the Georgia peaches. OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE,
Nobody at the yard knew why she
had been ordered south. CELEBRATIONAT
duties at the Woman's College at Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Tallahassee the second week of June, buy, sell rent and exchange real
Everything screened from the flies, and kept fnQ
Guests registering at the San Juan away
then went to visit relatives at Quit- estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., KISSIMMEE ON JULY 5
hotel yesterday included Geo. R. Pas- Ga. for about 30 Have handled and pare.
man, eight days, returning over years. over
chal, J. C. Kerby, E. B. Kelly, W. V. home on Saturday.The $20,000,000. Call and see me. Everybody. invited to come We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Norris, T. O. Rouse, Leo Tyler and Ahapopka Camp Fire Girls 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.Get everything the Meat Line.

son, Jacksonville; C. C. Hudson, Day- and general, Miss Gertie Speer, are
tona; F. J. Holcombe, Dublin, Ga.; "camping" this week at Clay Springs.The the news In the Sentinel first. PLENTY TO EAT BE. :NI. Self &, Co.
D. W. Mathews, St. Louis; H. H. FINE PROGRAM
Boy Scouts are camping at PHONE NO. SO PINE
Haynes, Detroit; D. B. Sphaler and
Palm Springs this week, accompaniedby THREE BALL GAMES
V wife, Winter Home; Wilber J. An- SURVEYINGPlating
their assistant scoutmaster, Har- PONY, AUTO, FOOT AND
drews, J. Edson Andrews, Chicago; i
old Henschen. They will use a tent
Griggs Walker, St. Petersburg; H. Sub-Dividing I E!
and camp in true Boy Scout style.
Clarke Jones, Baltimore; V. A. Ritchie STATE CLAY PIGEON :
Several of the boys hiked over on I
Charlotte; T. W. Garrall, Chicago; CONTEST
:Monday, while the others went by
O. J. Brady, Atlanta; L. E. White-
train, having charge of the baggage.The .
side, TampaWhenever WORK

the home of their president Mrs. W. 4 BANDS OF MUSIC 4
you want the best and '
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox T. Hickman. A short program was HAL A. IRISH
on Church street and your order will given and a pleasant social half hour EXCURSION RATES ON ALL
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf was spent. Civil Engineer

Mr. and Mrs. Moulton, of New Jersey RAILROADS Beautiful lot Lake Lucerne
came down from Jacksonville
Only a few days ago a young lady Saturday to spend a few days with 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. Kissimmee Board of Trade with
t lost her purse with a week's salary I their friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Col- plenty of Foliageand

therein. She was very much worried lier. Mr. Moulton is a traveling
but. she did the very best thing under .salesman for a glass firm and they FOR THE SUMMER CAMPThe Trees.
the circumstances. She placed a want :are en route for the North, having
ad. in the Sentinel and-her purse i been recently at San Francisco and
was returned! New Orleans. VICTROLA furnishes the ideal music, either for amuse- Price $2000.00

I ment entertainment even for worship.The I
Several of the young people gave a ,
A REAL NECESSITY I surprise party to Mrs. Will Shupe one I twenty-five dollar machine answers the purpose in most i _

No individual with anything to sell evening last week. A very pleasant instances. Many campers already have them. Many more will ,I
or trade can successfully find a buyeror i
time had.
was have them when know how much the music adds to the
trader without the aid of the Sen- they C. A. HOVEY

tinel want ads. Remember that its Hair Growing Shampoo, and Dan- pleasure of camp life.
circulation represents five-sixths of druff Cure-a thoroughly tested and
the Orlando community. reliable remedy. Sure cure for fall- \v. S. BRANCH,

r ing hair and dandruff. For sale atMcElroy's I'' THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
Get the Store. 6-23-6tc
news In the Sentinel first. Drug
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Silks-Plain :Messalins, Fancy; Foulardsand Set of Six Cups and Saucers, decorated 1

: % Exquisite Minatures other Fancy Silks, Worth $1.00 china, 75c. value, Saturday Night
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and $1.25 per yard, Saturday Night Special

The Latest achievements of the Portrait 50 cents 40 cents

1; tom" 1 Art, with Porcelain Effect j

c GIVEN AWAY FREE Embroideries, in Edges, Bands Inser- 3 dozen ....,sues fins, Saturday Night .

tions and galoons, value up to 50c., Special,

Saturday; Night Special, 5 cents

i t .r GENUINE COLUMBIA 10 cents

Ladies' Waists, White and Fancy, 75c
quality, Saturday Night
Talcum Powder Air Float Special.

J I MEDALLIONS perfumed, Saturday Night Special, 49 cents


# How to Secure These 7 cents 12 lb. Sack of Best Pillsbury Flour

Saturday Night Special.
\ Medallions Free :Men's Straw Hats, All new styles, worthup

$3.00, Saturday Night Special, 55 cents
I t When you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you can secure a Medallion Ticket
; from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check Medallion Department, on Main Floor, $1.50Ladies'
where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your purchases amount to $10.00 bring in 24 lb. Sack of Best Pillsbury Flour
I! your ticket with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together WIthI Saturday Night Special, limit of one

I your Columbia original picture Medallians unharmed.are made in three styles, and each style in gloss or dull finish. Black Hose Pure Thread Silk, sack to a customer.

4 $1.00 quality; Saturday Night Special $1.10Rear

1 : Water Color : 79 cents
{ Carbon I Sepia
: I This style produces with : These $5.00 Bargain Table, Lawn, Gingham,

This style has the beau1 1 This is the beautiful marvelous exactness the Children's Fancy Box Perfume, Toilet Crepes, Ratine, and dozens of other
flesh tints color of hair
tiful soft tone and deep I: brown color so much loved and eyes, as, well as those i Columbia1 Water, Soap and Toilet Cream, Saturday good bargains worth up to 35c., Saturday -
effect of a fine enirravine. by the old masters having : of the costume. Should I are about double the size Night Special Night Special.
producing the high lights all the clearness and fine you wish life colors, hand. i
painted, each color burnt of illustration.These 15 cents 10 cents
and shadows to perfection. tone of an etching. ;" i
in, a charge of 2>c. is
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i beautiful Photo Medallions are the most.artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on i
# non-corrosive metal specially prepared. The portrait is burnt in, same as on porcelain, and covered with heavy
celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled thus preserving
i forever the features of those you lo\e. You cannot tell the dIfference between these medallions and a fine Yowell-Duckworth Co.Orlando's
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 )'00All information needed. not
here set forth, will be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Priceof Largest Store "Quality Did It'r

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South Florida A Southern newspaper editor has appointment by President Wil- I It

AND WEEKLY announced that hereafter his news- son of Robert Lansing to the office of Paragraph ;

i. ;- GLENN ............ .._......EdiUr"V. paper will not print a line of W. J. secretary of state is highly satisfac- '"
C. ESSINGTOX .. ...Business Manager F-
Bryan's statements and will not even tory to all political parties, official I
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida mention his name. So far as that Washington and the country at large.To .
a. Second Clag. Mao Matter. The pavilion on Lake Dot where the
newspaper is concerned, W. J. Bryan the foreign powers the appoint- { t
Sunday school is held is ideally located r
.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES has vanished from the universe as ment is taken with a mixture of feel-
Daily. I Year ........................ 5.00 for such a building. However
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 completely' as if he had never existed. ings because Secretary Lansing is an it is small that there is little 1A
Daily. S Months ...................... L25 The incident recalls the similar actIOn unknown quantity. so opportunity '- )
Daily. 1 Month .................---.5 0 for the school to grow.
of New York some Secretary Lansing is fifty-one years
a big paper I X
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... tl-00 Roosevelt's old he has had illustrious career Some one who wishes to help a good
years ago. Angered by Mr. ; an ; I ._
I should donate building of
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN policies and personal attitude, he has occupied various responsible cause a ,' /.
ADVANCETO adequate size to take care of the G'RA ,. IIr'I
the editor issued an order to the effect positions on arbitration and commis- I ... ho
ADVERTISERS: school. It would not necessarily. require c::;. 'i. L..t.:
that the name of Theodore Roosevelt sion boards; he is an astute lawyer \.. JM] .
a great outlay of cash.0 -
CoP for display and all other hand-Mt should never, under any circum- with a knowledge of international law 'h
adTrrtiiinc cost be hand a in at the I kntineu -- : .'
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. stances, be printed in his paper. In- declared to be unequalled in this Jf.:# Flo.'v.f
the day before puMication. This rule applies at RESIDENCE NEARING COMPLETION J-.jf.. .'\ C.. -Jt
was president country. .I-"I
t* changes for contract advertising: it U as Roosevelt ---- ,,- ,1'y"; :- T. ;I{
variable and will be strictly adhered to. the time, a troublesomeone Strength has been given to the cabinet r
The handsome" residence which Professor --q; I"r'7 p
d to carry out, although sub-editors and to the United States. Ger- : ,
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel f"On- '
"" tinued should notify the office in writing on and Washington correspondents suc- many and Great Britain will now deal \V. S. Coleman is building on 1; I
the date of expiration otherwise it will be I South Orange will be compleU-d in ) r./ i: iie ..'i" .""
continued at the regular subscription rates ceeded in getting away with it by with a man who is unknown to them, +'
.ntU'uotice to stop is received.Telephone the near future, reports Mr. S. II.lujrhes. 1 .,_.-tit, : '- :;J a
in the technicalitiesof _
if' Nnntb-r ....................,. >* means of various circumlocutions. who is a master the contractor in charge of '+.-. 'I : .
Needless to say, such a policy is international arbitration and has ';*r'a-r-, 1 ". II"
f.iJt FRIDAY, JUNE 25; 1915. silly and un-American, no matter frequently appeared before interna- construction. The painters are at k ...t .K '

what the provocation. Speaking of tional tribunals. present busy putting on the primingfirst 11' 1 t't ,4-5.. IJt+. avl'Tr

Yesterday was an ideal day for a the present case, the New York President Wilson's appointment of ( ) coat. If-! +!- ....
picnic. World which itself has bitterly con- Mr. Lansing as secretary of state -()- --1r' 'IH'I.ffHH

o demned Mr. Bryan's action, has thisto may be likened to the appointment of LAKES POPULAR YESTERDAY lit ..;--.. : -

Orlando bore the aspect yesterdayof say: John Hay by President McKinley.As Yesterday was a popular day for J."lt tt.f! : : : : .

, a deserted city. "The World can conceive of no the late president made no mis- bathing, and those who went to Daytona et;]!. . +.. r.

o more shocking abuse of the freedomof take in his selection so it may be said need not think that they were 41ffjr'; +4.1. : ,..

Life is indeed worth living in Or- the press than such a censorship that President Wilson has likewise all who enjoyed the cooling and invigorating .. ;:: : : .. a S!.;'

lando. "It is just one sunshiny day imposed by newspapers on a publL- promoted confidence by the appoint- sport. Far from it. Ivan- _Hh"'H .t .Hi. hg .

after another. man with whom they differ. It is ment of Mr. Lansing. hoe, Concord Lake Conway, and I .:. : -!Hi..r 1t ...

0 bad enough when the press is gaggedby During the past year American di- many other nearby lakes were visitedby I Hti11t t'- ; LNo'

This is the season of the year when I a government as is the case tit plomacy has been strained but it has numbers who staid away from the iii r ; "roi f"+.Ei+i.=5i. H ?
become bachelors of art but that stood without A continuation big picnic.
some men Europe, a press deliberatsly precedent. 'M. t".iH. p1#" f
and some others artful bachelors. 'Prussianizes itself ;is unworthy to bef of this policy is assured. --.- -t. it I ita r Eii.JiF:
PICNIC 4" ,. .tMlas ;;;
o : "-ee. o BIRDS SPIRITAt ? flt \
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A writer in the New York World I 0 I WHO'S WHO IN Eola Park Thursday afternoona Ei .... ,.. -,

says that the most wonderful surgical STUNG. THE WAR? flock of birds flew down on to the .. ::. : +-< ... 'tH .

exploitation of modern times is the London her fortunes sandbar which runs some distance t"" --=
reports discovery of Italy having joined ...
"Lansing of the Wilson administra- I the meanest man of whom there is with those of the allies in the great into the lake and proceeded to wade ittt. HH-r;..;+t 't'r.It+ ; q..f oh.

record. This the Louis out in the shallow water and take a .i
tion"o any Englishman has European war St. Post- e ;
just been divorced from his wife-for Dispatch says it is of interest to recall cooling plunge. Evidently they had .. .I! ? ........
Orlando is certainly missing those the; picnic spirit and were resolved to .. :;I;
what do who in the
you guess? Wrong. Youcouldn't are war and what ,
air concerts which were greatly celebrate in true Daytona style.0 I1 I':i :!1J., r.
open guess it in a week of Sun- their relations are one to another. <-

enjoyed by so many last summer. days. The mean fellow carried live There are on one side England, t .

What has become of her once superb bees around in his pockets. Every France, Russia, Italy, Japan, Belgium ON CORPORATION LINE 1. .

band? time his wife went to examine his, Serbia and Montenegro, and on Mr. R. A. Carey, who resides on

0 pockets to see if they needed mending the other Germany, Austria, and Tur- Lakeview avenue, probably holds the 1
The Silent Partner says "The liar I record for suburban stores. His neat ,
for other total of The
-or reasons-see any key, making a eleven. :;:;:
will involve more people in a social jest book-she was cruelly stung. Un- Post-Dispatch sizes up the situationas little grocery is about as far out as

I snarl, in a business mix-up-start I able to endure such treatment, she se- follows: an Orlando store could well be and 'ft

more trouble, do .more damage thana cured a divorce. She felt that one of The Germans hate the English.The yet be in Orlando. It is located on

thief." the most ancient of wifely duties- English fear the Germans. the north corporation line of Orlando.SIDEWALK .

0 and privileges-that of inspecting the The Germans fear the Russians. -0--
"Taking trouble is the best way of bottom of her husband's pocketswas The Russians hate the Germans. CLEANEDThe

avoiding troubles. The lack of tak- not only interfered with, but was The Austrians hate the Italians. sidewalk in front of the Lew-

ing trouble has been the means ofmakin'g made a method of torture. The man, The Italians hate the Austrians. ter block on North Orange avenue

trouble in many lives," saysan of course, argued that he had a rightto The French have it in for the Ger- has been cleaned up and greatly im

exchange.An carry what he pleased in his pock- mans. proved. If such an improvement were ClJl\

o ets-but the granting of the divorce The Germans feel that they have to made on all the sidewalks Orlando \

old fashioned gentleman says would seem like a denial of this right.So keep the French down. : would be the cleanest city in the
htis "afraid every one of the boys well The state. t
many may begin to ponderthis Belgians sympathize with the
and girls' raised on joy rides won't be question: What may a man right- French. -0-- Copyright Hart Schaffoer &ManClearance

worth a hat when they have to take fully carry in his pockets? The Servians hate the Austrians.The FULLER COTTAGE PROGRESSING
calc: of themselves!" On North Main street the attract-
o Japanese no feeling in
o ive two story cottage which A. Y.
An automobile race which had not the matter.
A Florida man who grows truck in been publicly announced took place The Germans would like to punishthe Fuller is building is progressing rap- Priceson

the spring, summer and winter, and Wednesday night on one of the streets Italians. idly.

raises cattle every day in the year, -().-
leading from the city out into the Nobody hates the French.

pocketed $5,250 from one of his beef rural district on one of the recently Everybody but Germany sympa- IMPROVEMENTSMr. Hart Shaffner
cattle sales a few days ago. paced county roads. The speeders thizes with the Belgians. Harry Levine is having the

0 according to those who saw them, Nobody trusts the Japanese. lawn at his pretty North Orange ave-

Solomon was a "wise" man in his "hit up a clip" that would make the Everybody is a little afraid of the nue residence resodded and beauti-

day and generation but it's an en. great races held at Indianapolis blush Russians. fied. & Marx Clothes

tirely different proposition now; the for shame. The laws in regard to Nobody likes the Turks. -0-- .
"wise" the Sentinel's classi- MANY MOTORED OVERIn
ones use fast driving appear to have no bear- And to think the war must go on
fied columns to obtain their of the fact that than
wants. spite more
many drivers, and the reck- until all those matters are straightened -
o less ones are going to be taken in by out! 700 people went to Daytona by rail. OU'LL find clearance prices the rule
No use to send us any more litera- the officers and made to feel that o a large delegation also motored over. Y

ture with the glaring headlines" the laws are to be obeyed and are not :WilY A SHOE IS THROWN -().- most everywhere at this time of
"Choosing a Summer Resort. Our NOT IN SESSION
or made just for the fun AFTER A BRIDE.
selection has been made. It's good The Southern School of Commerceheld
there is in it. A
word to the wise is Throwing a shoe after bride is the
enough for any one and it's here we sufficient. no day session yesterday on account -
the<< survival of a custom based
intend to remain. uponan of the Sunday school picnic.
o ancient symbolical usage connected Don't pay much attention to
o -()-
COULDNT with sandals shoes. '
Patriotism, like sympathy, needs to or Delivery RUSSELL BUILDINGMr.
MAKE IT. of a shoe was used as a testimony in prices quoted; you may see lower prices
be backed up by performance and not George R. Russell is building a
When the speed limit signs transferring
were a possession. A
promise and loyalty not make man handsome two residence his
can story on doesn't
first posted on the corporate limits of lucked! oft his shoe and gayi i ito than-ours or higher; matter.
itself felt in
any community by the property just west of "Joyland.
Maitland, a backwoodsman his neighbor, and this
seen was a testimony
simple Genuine announcement loyalty is evidenced that it in exists.deeds to leisurely approach the sign board, in Israel. From these ancient CLARK-0---GARAGEMr. Just give your attention to the goods; .

l bearing this legend: "Speed limit practices came the old and
done. English J. J. Clark is having a neat that's the main thing. You know what
fifteen miles per hoar." Turning to Scottish customs of throwing an old
0 garage built in the rear of his resi-
his friend who was seated in the shoe after bride her
vehicle a on departurefor
iJ Heard a feller remark the other dence at 611 North Orange avenue.
I he said: "No Bill home Schaffner & Marx
day: "This here 'petrified' brick is use, we a new symbolizing that the Hart
might just as well turn round parents all
too expensive to build roads with." I wecan't gave up right or dominionover GLOOMY OUTLOOK FOR CITRUS
Petrified intelligence is the thing thatis 'twas make only it.told This us yesterday may be old by, but the their Anglo-Saxon daughter.In times. the father FRUIT CROP clothes are; the best made. Don't forget

really costing Florida heavily in
the consideration of her road 'probe "irrepressible Jack." delivered the bride's shoe to the bride- Grove owners in and around Clear- that. At our clearance prices these
Lakeland o groom, who touched her on the head
ems.- Telegram.
water that the for
0 last The Wilmington Star says: "When with it to show his authority.Did good crop say of oranges prospect in this sectionis a clothes are the bestbargains in the world:
year's fashion was in o
An Arkansas paper having given vogue a discouraging. When the trees

'the tip that "the. member of the fair man happened to mention to his wife you hie to the call of the wild., failed to take on much bloom in the Every $20.00 Suit for $14.75 .
that he met one of her lady friends seashore lake ,
t- sex who has calloused places on her or yesterday, where early spring the hope was that the
i knees makes the best wife," the old down town. "What did she have on?" flowers, sunshine, smiles and laughter deficiency would be made up by the Suit for $15.75
his wife immediately inquired all abounded, did Every $22.50 .
rascal who edits the Arcadia News you just "stick bloom which usually sets in June, but
f demands "how's one going to tell?" aglow with interest in the answer be- around" and nurse shadows, frowns
the June bloom also is small.
k Well-there's the rub.-Lakeland Tel- fore she got it. "She wore an unusually and sorrows? Occasions like yesterday and there are many trees very in some of Every $25.00 Suit for $17.75

egram. sweet smile," he replied, "anda were intended to rid one of that the which fruit all.
no at
groves carry
o few pretty clothes to match. blue grouchy, worn-out feeling and The reason for deficiency of bloomis Every $30.00 Suit for $19.75OieteonIves

The Florida Farmer and Home- o perhaps save you doctor's bills. said to be that because of the war

seeker, in its June issue, gives the The St. Augustine Record says that o- and the consequent low price of fruit

fallowing advice. Invest a part of : the "big ferry" between Key West IS LEADING TORPEDO EXPERTOF last season, the growers allowed the

the proceeds of your truck crops in I and Havana is proving a big success. BRITISH NAVY fruit to hang on the trees too long.

live stock-a dairy cow or two, a few Just the other day a train of thirtysix The trees carried the fruit so long

pigs, and some chickens. Take this cars containing lard, chicken, London.-The appointment of Sir that the power to put on heavy bloom

r aavice and you'll not worry about the meats, hay, grain and other commodities Henry Jackson as first sea lord to was greatly weakened. Co

European war and hard times. direct from Chicago taken
was succeed Lord Fisher recognizes the Reports say that conditions in other -

,Ir 0-- across, and the return trips are loaded part which the torpedo and the sub- parts of the state are about the
t In Europe according to all down with products of the island
reports, marine hereand feel
are taking in the warfare of same as growers that
there is a general feeling that the republic. today. Sir Henry has not had much because of -a small' crop, prices will

E war will last a long time. There areas oAt active service in the ordinary sense, range higher next winter.Clearwater DEPARTMENT[ [ STORE.
f- yet no rifts in the clouds. None of a meeting of the National Con- but he is unquestionably the leading Sun.

t the belligerent nations at this time ference of Dunkards of the United pedo expert of the British navy. We have interviewed several of the Ml ...

'- would think of considering any peace States and Canada, in Dayton, Ohio, When he entered the navy in 1868 leading and principal horticulturists, ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

;.. terms, with the possible exception of the denominational representatives the world still and the conditions
was chiefly thinking practically same The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
; Austria, and it is duobtful if she unanimously decided that members about the crude "spar" torpedoes exist in this county, the banner orange of
would think twice about the should not tesy, of fair dealing, trustworthy merchandise -
matter, own automobiles. We are which Cushing and other Americanshad and grapefruit center in the
since the fall of Lemberg. It looksas certainly glad that there is no such used in the civil war, with the state. at right prices

though the war would last for an- organization in Orlando, even if the result that they were apt to blow up I!

other year, at least, and possibly two foot washing ceremony is strictly ob- the .
I torpedoer as well as the torpe- Want anything? Ask for it through i!
years. served. doed. ?
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SOCIAL CALENDARA the Cathedral Sunday schooL Ad- Admission 5 Cent
mission ten cents. : 0
Friday, June 25. \ 1' J
Special meeting of finance committees -()- r'I III"111111.1'1" J
.of Methodist church. SACRED SONG TODArS PROGRAM ernyl iIfr

PRETTY FORMOSA'WEDDING There will be a sacred song service -I "The
The tenth episode, presenting
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LAST NIGHT. I"Jf' \, ;
and exercises by the children Life Current. 1\\ t 1
*Last evening at 7:30 a large nUMber the Lake Dot Sunday school on June presents "WINNING BACK"A I, \
in two J.1 J
Broncho feature
of friends gathered the home 27th, next Sunday afternoon! at 3 special ,
of llr enc Mrs. II. A. Shreve to wit o'clock. A general invitation is extended ELSIE JANISin "YOUR BABY parts.AND MINE"A Iii I i

rcss the marriage of their daughter, to the public. A silver offering Reliance comedydrama.A .
Marie, toIr.. Harold Harvey, the will be taken for the benefit! of full bill-fi\e big reels. 1
happy culmination of a romantic the proposed chapel. Con out and "BETTY IX SEARCH OF A Five and ten cents. o 0 1

courtship of nearly three years. help us.ORANGE. ENGAGEMENT RINGS AND OTHER THINGSWe
Mr. Harvey is bookkeeper and stenographer THRILL"A TOTAL TRADE BALANCE IN U. S-
for the Florida Sanitarium COUNTY GOOD ENOUGH FAVOR IS $976,000,000 specialize in engagement rings. We also make a featureof .i
at Formosa. FOR HIM fl wedding rings. As this is the season for holiday je-welij.
Rev. W. H. Heckman, of Orlando, debutante has an Arabian Washington, D. C.-Secretary Red- thoughtful people are making early selections because first choiceis
performed the beautiful and holy cer- field reported at the cabinet meeting best.
Mr. J. E. Turner,fthe popular local Nights adventure in the
,. emony of the Seventh Day Adventist: I today that the total trade balance in
of the Florida Citrus Exchange
manager -
church. As the beautiful strains of ,I has recently returned from a heart of New York. A pic- favor of the United States fn June ALLEN & CO., JE YELERS. "
the wedding march wended their 19 was $970,000,000.: lIe predictedthat Ib
way five weeks tour in which he visited ture that will send out -- J"j
you the balance for the fiscal 01:1- -f
,. through the artistically decorated I'Hot Springs, Kansas City, Oklahoma year _
rooms the pastor passed down, followed City, and other principal points in the with a smile. ending July 1 would be in excess of a
by little Ruby Logan, niece of South billion dollars.
East and West. Mr. Turner
the bride, and Lucile Greemore, as I business Cotton exported during the weekending DECORATING -
reports as being normal in \
ribbon girls, who left an: aisle of June 19 amounted to 56,841
territory through which he on the "Fourth?" If so, \
white satin down which the bride and bales, making the total since August get your
passed. The crops are not lookingany paints and brushes from us. This is '1
groom marched, taking their places too well. All show the effectsof 1, 1914, approximately 8,208,241 also the best time of year to paint
under a beautiful arch where the ceremony unfavorable weather : bales. i your house. We shield all our customers '
except corn, lOc. 20c. against inferior paints and
was performed uniting the and that crop will undoubtedly be a I r have been doing it for years. What's
hearts of two of Formosa's most pop I bumper one. McKINNON TO PREACH AT :j, the size of jour house? Guess it

ular and progressive citizens. The I He reports the general conditions "'______h__ OCALA SUNDAY won't take much.
colors used in decorating were nat- :out there as not being any better than iumorruw; L

ural, pink white and green prevailing.The I they are here, in fact, he says, conditions A Broadway Star special feature Dr. J. McKinnon will motor over I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Coal
groom was dressed conventionally are much better here than he to Ocala this morning, where he is
while the bride was charmingly I found them out West. Mr. Turner in three acts, to fill the pulpit of the local Presby- li PAi I;: Ii' 205 S. Orange Avenue:

gowned in silk crepe de chine of i says that Orange county is "the gar- "UNDERNEATH THE PAIN" terian church at both morning and
delicate light blue shade handsomely den services, June 27. Phone 261
spot, and that it is good enoughfor evening Sunday COLEMAN & RHAN
trimmed in pure silk lace and ribbon. him. Featuring Helen Gardner and McKinnon will be accompanied as

After the ceremony refreshments He far Wildwood by his sister, Mrs.
thinks the coming citrus as
season other Vitagraph stars. ESCAPED CONVICTS FROM NEAR Will Lewis, a dark gingerbread;
consisting of ice cream and cake were should be a good one. The output Sharpe, and her two attractive daugh- head
kinky turning slightly;
served under the able and cheerful will be small compared to previous ters, Misse Ethel and Gussie Sharpe. weights 175 pounds.
managment of Mrs. Major, of Formosa The will this
seasons, and good prices should party return to city
prevaiL Catch them and get the $300.-Ar- \
and Mrs. R. W< Logan, of Or- Aside from looking after busi- next Tuesday. Three negro convicts have escaped cadia News.ORLANDO. *
lando, a sister of the bride. After ness matters for the Exchange, the from Boyd's turpentine camp at Mur-
-_ spending a short while socially the trip was a very beneficial one to Mr. BEEF TIPPED SCALES AT 579 dock. Two oozed out yesterday and \
friends departed wishing the happy Turner. 5c. lOc POUNDS WHEN DRESSEDThe one this morning. There is a rewardof MAN MAKES PUR-
couple a long and happy life. $100 for the capture of each con' CHASE .

The honeymoon will be spent at FLAG OF NEW YORK CITY IS Parlor Market of H. M. Self I viol Mr. C. II. Hoefler, of Orlando, has
some of Florida's summer resorts, RAISED & Company, always bent on providing I They are: purchased of Miller Bros. the Silver
the first few days at Daytona, the their patrons with the bes to be had Charlie Jones, escaped today; a I Palace cool drink parlors, and will

home of the groom's parents.Mr. New York.-The recently adopted ROOf GARDfNTODAY in the line of fancy meats, has pur- light gingerbread looking negro, take charge tomorrow morning. :Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey will be at flag of the city of New York was chased recently from Mrs. J. E. En- about 5 feet and 8 inches in height; Hoefler has had much experience in
home to their friends after July 15th I raised on the city hall and other municipal sign a large beef, which tipped the wears No. 9 shoes; good teeth; femi- this business, and no doubt will -njoy F
at Formosa.-Contnbuted. buildings at noon today. The scales at 579 pounds when dressed. nine voice; weighs 150 pounds; stated a splendid patronage. He will be assisted -
-0-- orange, white and blue under which This is just another proof that Florida that when last seen he was coming in the conduct of the businessby 1
BUT FEW JUNEWEDDINGS. New Amsterdam was founded in 1626 can produce the nest stock in the toward Arcadia. Mr. Lynch and Mr. Dick Cornelison. ;
thus again became the official colorsof world. William Graham, a yellow fellow, Mr. Hoefler and his family will :
Only six more days remain in the the city. The HOUSE OF A THOUSAND 5 feet 10 inches in height; slender be warmly welcomed to Lakeland. ;

month of roses and weddings, and the This is the two hundred and fiftieth The want ad.'s the thing. build; 150 pounds; thick shoulders. Lakeland Telegram.
little god with the bow and arrow has anniversary of the installation of the RELATIONSA

not been getting in the heavy licks first mayor and board of aldermen of Comedy maserpiecte, compleein -
that it was thought he would. Onlya the city, on June 24, 1665.
few marriages have occurred thus A public meeting was held in the 2 acts. Harry Myers, Rose
far. Perhaps the victims have decided city hall, at which a tablet was unveiled CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEjH
Mary Theby and Brinsley Shaw.
to wait the approach of fall before and addresses were made by

pulling off their hymenial events. Mayor Mitchel and others. There Established 1886 .
were also celebrations in the public
SOCIETY NOTESOF schools of the city and the children "TOO MANY CROOKS"Nestor ,

INTEREST.The greeted the new city flag and heard Comedy. Lee Moran,
campers who have been enjoying stories about the history of the me-
an outing at The Rushes, on Lake tropolis. Billie Rhodes, Jack Dillon. CURTIS & O'NEAL
Conway, for the past week broke
camp yesterday evening. The recrea- OPPOSED TO TIPS
tion was ideal and the merry party Thrilling Drama. Wm. Gar- INSURANCE LOANS j
had the time of their lives. Columbus, Ohio.-Secretary W. D.
wood and Violet
Mersereau.A .
-0A Murphy, of Terre Haute, Ind., in his
pictured "Trip Through Peaceful annual report, read today at the annual REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Europe" will be given at the convention of the supreme coun-
copal Chapter House at 8 p. EPiS-j I cil United Commercial Travelers, Fine Bill at the Coolest Spotin 1j 1

Tuesday, June 29, for the benefit of I urged them to cease giving tips. town. i 1i

; Ladies' Pair of 16 button
gloves given away tonight at 9 For Sale

1t o'clock.


z House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

, 10 cents 5 cents
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Besides bad teeth lead to many nervous disordersand

V A stomach clean mouth troubles.and teeth add zest to the appetiteand SUNDAE are distinctive i 1 1J

aids digestion. Its a joy to yourself.We -15 centsLUNCHEONETTE
are sole agents in this community: the J
4 "KLENO,' the Best Tooth Brush, "guaranteed," 25c. .
j and 35 cents.r at :

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Taft, Fla., June 23.- "Children'sday" Washington.-Postmaster General / After Good
"ashington.-Several army and exercises were held in the Chapel Burleson announced tonight that "ru- Petersburg, Fla, -That this sec-
off withan ral mail service by automobiles will tion of the country has been less af- Feed?
navy aeronautical experts will go to I last Sunday, which passed ;;
Alexandria to witness the first test interesting program, conducted by begin on a large scale in many partsof fected by the war in Europe than almost r! : :

of the giant Richardson hydro-aero- Mrs. C. Avery. All performed their the United States on August 2." any other section was shown by --t. We reckon he is.
the chil- Orders already signed provide for 105 the record of the Welsh Development
plane. Naval officers believe this ma- parts very nicely, especially rt '
chine, invented by A. S. Richardson, dren and the singers. A generous machines carrying mail, which will company, which today declared a divi- ARE YOU ?

of Lowell, Mass., may revolutionize collection was taken for educational cover more than 5,500 miles of rural dend of $10,000 on a capital of $100- Come to us and obtaj t

flying of this kind. purposes.Joe post roads daily except Sunday.A 000. The company is largely inter- the BEST at ordinary

The machine is the largest hydro- I Ahik, of Sanford, spent Sunday statement issued by the post- ested in development work here, in prices. Fresh Feeds ar
and office department today said: Tarpon Springs and Palmetto. The :
his Daily.
aeroplane ever constructed. The arrangement in town visiting with family : riving
"The auto routes thus far author :;
has been doing considerable
of the planes is new. Vir- other friends.W. company
tually all of the hydro-aeroplanes now I A. Levis enjoyed the climate,of ized by the postmaster general are business during the last year in spiteof f+ "Lave and Let Live."

in use have two planes on each side, Tanner lake with Al Ellison and family apportioned as follows: Oklahoma, the hard times and is planning ex-
I 44; Georgia, 28; California, 19; Tex- tensive improvements on land ownedin
The "Fineview Cottage.
one above the other. Richardsonhas at Produce Co.
four planes on each side in tan- S. J. Sligh is gathering his toma- as, 8; Florida, 3; Pennsylvania, 2; Palmetto and Tarpon Springs. Co-Operative

dem style. Between the planes is a toes, cucumbers, etc., from the farm Louisiana, 1. W. S. DeWITT. M'e'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
to date the number of families
platform, on which the inventor pur- just south of town. He takes out a I "Up MARCONI AND D'ANNUNZIO BECOME
to be served by each of the above
poses to build a cabin for passen- large load daily and has done so for ARMY OFFICERS
routes varies from a minimum of 13
gers. several weeks. to maximum of 470. The Rome.-The following nominationsof
Rev. Dr. R. A. Carnine, district superintendent a average
If the theory advanced by the inventor -
throughout the service, it is expected, prominent men as officers in the
is established in practice the of the :M. E. church, accompanied -
will be about 300." Italian army were published tonight:
machine will be more stable than any by Rev. W. S. Barze, of
Marconi lieutenant in
Guglielmo as a
now in use, and it will be virtually Winter Park, gave us a very interest-
the aeroplane Gabriele d'An- DISCOUNT ON FURNITURE
impossible to "rock the boat." Thepilot's ing sermon at the Chapel Monday!
nunzio the lieutenant of
DEAD. Get some comfort out of poet, as a ,
the front evening.The .
seat is under
Navara lancers Prince Lanzi di Sca-
life while you are living. An easy ;
L. A. S. of the is!. E. church
engine, and behind his seat and be-
la under of for for-
porch swing will do it. $2.50 at secretary
tween the two engines is a platform will' meet as usual at the Chapel on Tracy & Moore's. 18 East Church St. eign affairs, as a lieutenant of Flor- To reduce our stock as much as
6 by 10 feet, for passengers or cargo. Thursday at 2 p. m. Everybody invited -
lancers.ncYT .
6-25-6f ence much possible by the 15th will
;: Twenty passengers besides the crew whether members or not. ,

c can be carried. Recent guests registering at the give a
I Nelson House were Dr. R. C. Whittle

t PEOPLES BANK OF SANFORD Macon, Ga.; R. V. Hanna, Hamilton, : Discount of 25 Per Centoff
, CHANGES CASHIER Ohio; C. L. :Mann, Elkhart, Ind.; C. E. ?

r-r McIver, Charleston, S. C.; E. W. Wil- our regular cash price on any
liams, Jacksonville; R. A. Carnine,
Sanford, Fla.-Announcement is DeLand, Fla.; W. L. Barze, Winter i goods in store.Hammond.
; made that O. L. Taylor will acceptthe Park. !

position of cashier of the Pea I

ples bank, the position recently made
vacant by the resignation H. E. MINISTER DIES JUST BEFORE I &Qore
Tolar. Mr. Taylor has just arrived BACCALAUREATE SERMON i

home from Minneapolis where he attended -
the national meeting of train -- .. ..*
dispatchers and will enter upon his one of the best known Methodist :
Cor. Orange Ave and Church St., Orlando Fla.
new duties on July 1. preachers of the state, died at *
Potsdam today, a short time beforehe To the Easinessfw tft & 6

SIX MILLION TEUTONS ARE OPPOSING was to deliver the baccalaureatesermon Men of OrlandoA
to the class of the
RUSSIANS graduating
Potsdam normal schooL He was once young doctor making a start in a small town, decided that to be prosperous Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
,( superintendent of the Folts institute, he must look prosperous. Hebought a new buggy and two goodfhorses. Althoughhe I
London.-A Renter dispatch from had only a few patients he always kept on the jump, attending to his patients'
I' Petrograd says it is estimated that Herkimer, and superintendent of the smallest needs. People began to notice this young doctor driving about town and
St. Lawrence district. He had recent- they called him because he looked busy and prosperous. He got his start-a start
there are 2,000,000 Austrians and I
ly accepted a pastorate in Mexico, that led to a comfortable practice.A f
Germans the hundred mile front
on N. Y. town, like this doctor, must look prosperous to be prosperous.
from the lower Tanew to Mikolaiow, Clean streets, attractive store windows well-painted buildings and dwellings CAREY HANDf
and 450,000 along the Dneister front. give the prosperous air. Well-painted buildings are greatest of these.
The number of Germans and Aus- WILSON DAY CELEBRATED
trians from the Baltic to Bukowina is FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Dutch White Lead
put at 4,000,000. Seattle, Wash.-"Wilson day," designed Boy Atlantic

by a proclamation, was observed ? AND EMBALMERAll

$30,000,000; LOAN TO FRANCE IS here Monday. At a mass meet-
CONFIRMEDNew ing addresses were made expressing and Dutch Boy linseed oil make a most durable and protective paint that keeps
buildings well painted. These materials can be mixed to suit conditions and
I confidence in the conductof
president's tinted any color desired. Sold by all good dealers. Better get in touch with your
international affairs.AUTOJIOBILE of calls answered Promptly
York. Confirmation of the dealer in the interests prosperity. Dayor

i much discussed French credit by NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
Night. Hand Block.
American bankers was received today OWNERS:

when J. P. Morgan & Co. announced .
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childs, the latter acting for the ready to put on at slaughter prices, of Hoosier Cabinets : 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
from $7.50 up, f.o.b. factory. See
French government and the Bank of
me before you lose this chance as it
t' France, as well as a syndicate of will' not last long. R. L. Holland.
;. French bankers. 6-23-12tc BOUGHT BY ORLANDO
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: For tickets, reservations, descriptive literature, .and ,..
: full Information 'phone, wire or write to A o Ask the scores of Orlando Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
who Hoosier Cab-
women own
: H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent tll SOLD inets. They will tell you the Florida and Western Meats

:. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD c Hoosier Cabinet saves two

134 West Bay Street ( Bell Phone 167)) Jacksonville, Fla. SOLO hours every day and enables Oysters, Fish, Poultry*, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
Let Us Plan Ycur Tcur and Arrange Detsl's their
p them to get through
. + g(1 work so quickly and easily Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
f V there is little real fatigue at

I the end of the day.: PHONES /\ Residence Business 135 133 Cor. Orange P. O.Ave.BOX and aa6 Church St.
V ST. JOHNS RIVER E EXCURSIONSSanford i i r Youll find it much easier
J to keep help when you have
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a "Hoosier. You'll save

JacksonvilleAND two hours a day when you do
to J
your own work. You manage I .
0 your kitchen more easilv.
L- Everything is at your fin- ORLANDO
ger's ends.
The famous Hoosier Club
$ F7 00
Plan enables any woman to

= have a Hoosier Cabinet delivered SHEET METAL CO.

Including meals and berth at once for $1.00; halo

I ance payable in small weekly

Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 day;, dues of $1.00. The Cabinet Metal Slate Tile Tin
o is paid for in a few weeks. ,
st the small price which is and Rubber RoofingsCornices

'' I v G fixed everywhere by the
; Hoosier Mfg. Co. You
I pay
not a penny extra to join Skylights..Beating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

Leaves Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 11:30: A.M, j the Enroll your name .

Works 14 E. Church St.
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The Morning Sentinel Want DEPOT I
ORLANDO Directory is the Greatest Want II
Ad Medium in Orlando. Saturday OnlyWe
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Terms Cash in Advance. !

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES will sell the NeverFailFive BUTTER MILK I I

For One Day ________._____25t Fresh Every Day. I
For Three Days ____________50c Gallon Kerosene Can for
For Six Days -_____________73c;) DC. per glass
For One Month ____________$2.50 25c. per gallon I
This rate applies on all ads of $.i. .V CREAM AND MILK I
25 words or less. If the ad con- BUTTER
tains more than 25 words the rate Former price $1.50. Fresh Homemade I
will be one cent per word for i
each additional word, for each in- We will sell the can filled SANDWICHESPIES I
sertion.If AND CAKES
you can't bring your ad to with Oil for $1.60. f I
Do You Have GAS In the office telephone No. 24. Ac- I
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. I

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Every --Every
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FOR Sentinel good SALE-Second Address hand bicycle"Bicycle,1 in" Larut ers & Gore e er Dr. S. S. Jones- -

I FOR SALE-Horse and wagon, al eI graduate CHIROPRACTOR Davenport College, 17 and 1
most new. 208 East Robinson ave 18 YowelkDuckworth building; phone \ j
nue. 6-23-6t*: 209. Intelligent people everywhere
tiiouial I are-being restored to health by chiro-
FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished o C l a ] Hill practic adjustments, the new science \
unfurnished, 7 room house; large of removing the cause of disease. Examination -
If you do now is the time to buy a new RANGE or WATER garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62& free. 12-24-lmo
by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruitand

'HEATER-20 per cent off until July first. 6-19-1moc flowers. 205 Liberty street. You hear about Co DoctorsBIICkIIIiIStCI'

IF you do not now is the time to have it put in FREE. lonial Hills.
HORSE FOR SALE-Five years old;
All you have to do is to buy a'RANGE and 'we will run the buggy and harness. If sold at once You read about Colo & BnindageOSTEOPATHS
will give a bargain Pure Food Store.
pipe FREE until July first. ;. T ,! 1 '!'., j 6-22-5tc nial Hills.
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
FOR SALE-WAR PRICES You talk about Colo at Kirksville, Mo.
I Increase of age and decrease of 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
nial Hills.
strength makes necessary the sale of
National Bank.
horse, harness, surry, buggy, wagon, Phone 578.
and farm tools Sooner later ---- --
; some fine city lots or youwill -- -- --
and farm lands. Could use good auto PHONE 646
in trade. See me quickly at 201 W. buy in Colonial
I Concord avenue. Wm. L. Coryell. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
6-20-6tc Hills. Why not NOW!I

FOR SALE It will give you satis -FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO CAIN THIS IS A BAR : faction and profit. 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, FU.
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-
one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur E
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
6-9-tf -

FOR RENT The Famous Collar Moulder,

.., FOR RENT-New up to date eight GEGOINSECTICIDE a two hundred and fifty
room modern house, furnished or dollar machine, for taking
unfurnished; or will rent half. Fronts
r. on Lake Eola. Cheap. Fine location. saw-edges off your collar.
i Call 24 Church street. 6-22-6t

1 I Suite of rooms in Cheney Block,
Special Sale formerly occupied by Mrs. G. Davis. in and around your*: house
-- Also store room formerly occupiedby to kill
Nat Berman.
Long term tenants
desired. MOSQUITOES, BED BUGS, FLEAS, Steam Laundry
6-20-6tc JOHN

mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
Yancey. 3-28-tfc GE-CO is a stainless liquid used witha
And continuing for two weeks spray and guaranteed to do the FRENCH DRY CLEANERS
! WANTED I work. Don't set up and fight mos
quitoes all night. Spray your room
WANTED: -Strong white woman forhouse with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have
work for familyof three your Groceryman get it for you. Or
I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I adults. Apply Box II, Sentinel. direct up by the if he will not supply you. Put Annual Excursion -

WANTED-S.veet potato slips. Any r Pfl ORLANDO
variety,but must not I e mixed. Will G. S
On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts 1 pay $75c. per thousand at my packing U. UU., FLORIDA
house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres PI 0. Box 28$ Phone 341 July 2ndTO
ton. G-19-d&w-tf'
Kimonas, and House DressesMen's Use REX BRAND Sweeping Compound
LOST-Four diamond rings and one and keep down the dust.
sapphire ring. If found
! Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at this office and get reward. return 6-24-61 to

GREATLY REDUCED PRICESCome My residence phone Is :To. 522-R. Orlando Wood Yard $7.00 $9.00
Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf
Removed from Pine St. two blocks
and look at our line Owing SWEET to the POTATO fact that SLIPS states out north on Railroad, west end Wash- ROUND TRIP FARES FROM .

side of Florida are through planting ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
sweet potatoes I am offering to Florida
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. growers now all varieties at $1.25 all times. ORLANDOAtlantic
i per thousand. I can supply Nancy .1
I Hall, Porto Rica, Big Stem Jersey, VIA -
j WINTER GARDEN, FLA. and Triumph for prompt shipment.J. .
t j 6-22-6t* Coast Line

! To reduce our stock as much as possible E 344
! o by the 15th, will give a discount Standard Railroad of the South
j of 25 per cent off our regular cash -
I price on any goods in store. Ham Tickets [ MR Final lira-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf Cut Flowers JULY 2
Pure Ice Crearrlt sold it July 14
Good on all regular (trains
House. Rooms and board.
t Cor. Boone and South. 6-22-6tc and Plants Steel Sleepers. Observation Cars


i When you want PURE ICE For The partnership of Davis and Manning Floral Designs For Information Call on
CREAM call for HAND'S. If I painting and decorating, has D. W. WHITE D. T. A.
been dissolved, and notice is hereby ,
I you don't believe that we take Club] given that W. L. Davis will not be W. R. O'NEAL C P. & T. A.. '
the greatest care in its liable for any debts incurred by said OrlandoOSTEOPATH-
manuWe make our Ice Cream from firm. W. L. DAVIS.
1 facture come up and watch us Church SocialSchool Violet Dell
,; make it. You will be surprised tubercular tested cows. All HOOSIER SPRING WATER for sale .. e I lulloli
cans, moulds and everything I Socialat at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gal
i the care every detail is given. Ions, delivered to your home. City
, used in the manufacture of our Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf ;J. M. CARUTHERS
Any kind you want, any time Lodgeyou
want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
PicnicOrder Office corner Orange Avenue and
ized. Located in the Arcade
from a quart up. Building
All work guaranteed and neat Church St, Davis & McNeil Bldg,
You are cordially invited to Phone 419.
ly done. Our work is
the best
inspect our factory at any Hands Pure and our prices are the lowest. CUNT BASS

time. Ice Cream This is the place to have your PHONE 375
t old clothes made new.
Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c. West Jefferson Street .

1 Suit dry cleaned, pressed___60c. Successor to

Suit pressed ____40c.
HANDS ICE CREAM CO. All Palm Beaches scrubbed : Hand Wood CompanyWood

1 and pressed -----_______50c DR. L. H. RAMSDELiOPTOMETRIST 1

Mohair suits pressed -_____25c. of All Kinds .

., PHONE 566 W Jefferson Street We a do trial'ladies'and work be also.convinced.Giveus PROMPT SERVICE TE ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, GRIND FLORIDA LENSES

Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Phone 613. orncAi.REPAIRING

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___ Phone 333 for your fresh meats.

QS Quality Meat Mr.Market and and Mrs.service, Church Wm.our street.motto.Harkness 6-22-tf Cox's, of I1rJJ1i'ii ii li1fTnr]; : : ''MI''ill I i' I//1111 It II I'JJ'JJf II IIc6c

i Sterling Ill, were among the arrivals
in Orlando jesterday. / ;r %
I .. ,.-..,.- .
-- //
lion. W. R. O'Neal returned to Orlando ,

., yesterday afternoon from a MAKE IT A RULE TO GO TO THE
business trip to Cleveland Ohio.

Avenue Alligator Fruit Pears Store today., N. Francisco Orange, SOME MONEY, IT WILL BE A
Rush in orders before we sell out! __ _
6-25-ltc GOLDEN RULE S' %

13 Mr. D. G. McKay returned yesterday -
afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine
zk'tiI from a successful trip to Memphis -
Tenn., and other points.

"Do not put off for tomor-
Mr. J. F. Allen left last night on
row what you should do to-
the 12:30 train for Noank, Conn., his
tomorrow never
day"-for old> home where he will remain until
comes! fall. Mr. Allen owns a pretty homeat
710 West Central avenue.

Doing is the great thing. The man "
"Let's meet at Butt's.
who acts accomplishes. It may be

too late if you wait. Why not deposit Mr. S. W. West the genial inspector -
a dollar today and start on the of the J. McCrory: chain of WHEN YOU HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT YOU HAVE A BANK
acticve road to prosperitythousands stores in Florida, fifteen in number, CONNNECTION. YOUR CREDIT IS BETTER. YOU HAVE

/ traveling happily that way. left yesterday for Lakeland where hewill MORE CONFIDENCE AND SELF-RELIANCE. IT WILL HELP:
are make his first stop on his annual
Put aside a little a week and see how tour of inspection. YOU IN EVERYWAY.
easily, faithfully your
account grows. Mr.\ E. B. Morrey, the Orange county THEM.
representative of the Munger Land NAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK .
company, and Mr. C. II. Elkins of
THE STATE BANK Taft, were among the well known citizens -
transacting business at the

\ Ophelia Gray, the attractive
National Bank
niece of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones, Peoples
who has been their guest for several
days left yesterday afternoon for "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE3YOU."

\issimmee, where she will visit
------ --- ------ ---- friends, before returning to her homein

St. Petersburg.

Mrs. W. E. Welch left yesterday

It's An Economy To afternoon over the Atlantic Coast HtllllllltMlilMM >m MMMMIieMMIIMJIM1MMIMMMiltllllliliii
Line for Thomasville Ga., and thento
visit points in Alabama and Georgia -

_ Buy Now! terminating her visit in Asheville -
N. C., where she will enjoy sev-
; eral weeks in the Land of the Sky. SPECIAL !

Mrs. M.\ L..Mitchell, who has beenin
Orlando on a visit to her sister,
Mrs. J. E. at her
Turner home 203
"ELDER"Spring Harwood avenue returned yesterday -

morning to Atlanta, Ga.Ir.. and Six-Passenger Car in good shape.
t I Mrs. John :Mitchell who were also
visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Turner's departed -

Water City."Let's. on the same train for the Gate Electric Starter and Lights. Fully '

l meet at Butt's." equipped. $350.00.

Arrivals at the San Juan hotel yes-
Is a standard for terday were Mrs. H. J. Drane Mrs.

aids O. Eaton Lakeland; Henry Walter One Speedster and Electric
purity, digestion and wife Baltimore; W. S. Jones II.
I T. Howard N. Merry\ J. D. Cham-
: and eliminates berlain, II. C. Utley, Jacksonville; 11. Lights. New tires. $350.00Sold

G. Barclay Birmingham; H. Haynes,
acidity. :: :: Detroit; R. E. Fleming. Hamilton,

Atlanta; Mrs. LaRogue, Sanford; Z.
f This being accomplished world of sick' Spinks, Oviedo; A. II. Birnbaum Chi By

i ness is saved. Nature provided Spring Water cago; M. D. Abrams Savannah; M.\ F.
Benedict, J. G. Kirkland J. H. Hol-
r t and Spring Water alone for mankind and combe Hal Estes S. J. Holden, Tam- !
San Juan
Garage Company ;
t nothing can take its place.BEGIN pa. -

! NOW Mr. and Mrs. S. Preston Carpenter

will close their pretty home on the 'I"II'I' IIIIIIIII'III"'II.IIII'.III""II" . I. . ,11r
corner of Elliott and South Lake
streets, and leave for Salem, New

-- Elder Spring Water Co. Jersey until tomorrow fall. ,The where Carpenters they will are remain ;

ORLANDO, FLORIDA among Orlando's pioneer winter resi- THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost
dents. They really should not be in :
: Phone WRIGHT 444 that class as they are only absent
from the city about three .
months dur- persons of wealth select a corpor- --. \ -
ing the )"ear. They have one of the I .te executor because they know it insures ..: I,
prettiest places in this section. The faithful and capable performance of the )\ -"
location is an ideal one. In our can- I trusts they create. .;:iL-:, :.. -
did opinion it is the I
coolest "
spot in
the estate be large of mod- :
-- -- --- Whether or "
: .
.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III IIIIIIIIIIIIII'I Orlando.a fine breeze Almost blowing any afternoon fresh thereis from erate size, it is to the interest of both ) ..;1>#: ,:: .;. 1

the chain of lakes which this place I as yourself executor and and heirs name this Company ',. :.- :. ..:;::- -.. t.-t .'-
overlooks. A visit to this ..
section of ;" : < .r" .
the II The Records of Trusts are convincing :r .' -
our :
city on some warm evening is ,: -:::
only equalled by a stroll by the sea- evidence of the community's confidence f' ': .. :: "..:.:. iii
side. I' in our capabilities. t I_ : t

Valuable Diamond LostHow ELSIE JAMS AT TilE GUAM WHY THE TRUST COMPANY: ? f._ ... .
TODAYIt ..'..-........... ... .., ;
Because of the necessity for efficient g :>- ...-;;. I. .
has remained for Elsie Janis, in banking organizations to care for the fidu- .i
"Betty in Search of a Thrill," with ciary business, the Trust Company has de- .....,
often this appears in the newspapers, the result her wonderful powers of mimicry, toget veloped, in half a century, the highest type. !
of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry the fullest comedy possibilities of banking institution. ,

by having it examined at our store at least once every out of a society girl dressing up inboy's Primarily chartered to handle trusts,

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof clothes.In the Trust Companies of the United States bwr tbu "
manufacturing, diamond setting fine watch repairing part of this sparkling photo play have'developed such efficiency that not one -
in our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's successfully passes that as a young man so cent of trust funds committed to their
romantic t
a house-
profit. A trial will convinec care have been lost through failures. j
you. maid falls in love with her "boyish ,
charm," detectives mistake her for a i Have you investigated the service of ;,
fugitive criminal, and the "capper" J this institution, S : t w -
a gambling house deigns to entice herwith

-T.- H. EVANS' into GOOD the other CROWD snares LAST skylarking of AT NIGHT his THE GRAND youths!1 Oflaildo n Hank & Trn, t C m an 1

JEWELER "The Boss" as staged at the Grand ORLANDO, FLORIDACapital :t
last evening, was a rare productionand
drew a large number of people.It and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three !
was a gripping play and held the Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00. ;
strictest attention of the audience for
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