The morning sentinel

Material Information

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 29, 1915
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
6 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
002075052 ( ALEPH )
34297093 ( OCLC )
AKR3407 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027193 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
South Florida sentinel
Preceded by:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Orlando morning sentinel


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text






: -



PERT KNOWLEDGE MediterraneanLondon. $15,000-BOND r AT ZELIWOOD :

DECLARES GERMANY VIOLATED LAW is now as hazardous eastern to Mediterranean journey- ZAPATA IN COMMAND OF 2,5000: SATURDAY ITALIAN FRONTIER fROM

I through as the waters around Britain.
German submarines are being
Frye Case Is One for Adjust- This Nips Carranza's Hope of
launched in numbers at Constantinople ZELLWOOD FARMS CO. TQ

ment by Diplomacy and in addition to several which make Gaining Recognition From COMMENCE DRAINAGE

Pola their base. Operating from the Pres. Wils on-Mexico

Court twin Smyrna bases, the new of Constantinople submarines have and a City in Turmoil ;

Everything on Program From
radius that makes them a menace as
Washington, June 28.-In the note Washington, June .-Details of Barbe- -
far as Malta and Tunis. Baseball! Games to
to Germany which was made public Valetta harbor at Malta is closedat the arrest of General Victoriana cue-Moving Pictures DAYTONA RACES JUry 4THB. INDICATES THAT TEUTONIC
Huerta and General Pascual Orozco,
today by the state department in the dusk every night, and a strong ALLIES ARE WITHDRAWING -
'''case of the steamship William P. steel net is towed till charged with conspiring to violate and DancingIt

Frye, the American vessel destroyedby morning.rope Day and night a across ship lies American neutrality laws in attempting is likely that many Orlando people B. B. HUTTON DEFENDS TROOPS }
the Prinz Eitel Friedrich, this gov- to set afoot a new revolutionary
moored at the harbor mouth, with
ernment maintains that Germany via movement in Mexico from the terri- will motor to Zellwood Saturday, FROM EAST TO WEST AND SOUTH
lated her treaty obligation by destroy- fire swivel instantly guns on manned prowling ready submarines.It to open. tory of the United States were received -,'July 3, to witness and participate in TITLE TO CUPMANY
for that The
of the gala events set day.
ing the vessel, and demands prompt is estimated that at least ten today by the department
payments from Germany. justice. I Zellwood Florida Farms Companyhas .AH Is Quiet on Western Battle-
around the
German submarines
issued invitation to the
Although Generals' Huerta and a general ORLANDO PEOPLE
Following is the direct statement fields IntermittentRoar
Dardanelles and Lemnos. There have
concerning the attitude of the United Orozco were released on bond, they public to come to that place Saturdayto WILL WITNESS BIG
been losses of British and French
learn of the drainage of Local Artillery
something great -
will be kept under surveillance by
States made by Secretary Lansing, DAYTONA RACES
ships. Many armed trawlers and also
border of the of project which will begin that day.
who signed the note: hundreds of native fishermen, inspiredby agents department Duels <.
The real question between the two justice. Just what evidence has been The dredge boat has been con- I
the offer of the allies of a rewardof Beach Will Be Well Policed in
governments is what reparation must I $2,500 for information leading to gathered against the former dictator structed, it has been launched, and Order to Prevent Accident I! Amsterdam, June 28.-According to \

be made for the breach of treaty obli- the destruction of an subma- and his associates has not been dis- the advance posters proclaim the fact .dispatches received here 40,000 A 6- ,
gations, and that is not a question rine, are scouring the sa and the closed, but it is understood to relate that the big boat will begin working Through Crowding of "trian troops from the Galician front
which falls within the jurisdiction ofa islands for submersibles. mostly to alleged recruiting of Mexicans Saturday: on the drainage canals SpectatorsOn 1 have arrived at Goziria. The German
prize court." on American territory. north of Lake Apopka.A front in Alsace] has been reinforced
Smaller sums are offered for the
Secretary Lansing points out to discovery of gasoline supply depotsfor New Revolution AbandonedEl lengthy program has been ar- Monday, July 5, the motor '.by 10,000 landstrum troops from
Germany that she had previously ad- the boats. I Paso, Tex., June 28.-The ar- ranged for Saturday. It starts at 10 "fans" will congregate at Daytona to !:\Ietz.i .
mitted, under the treaties of 1799 and rest of General Victoriana Huerta o'clock a. m. and will end before midnight enjoy the day's races. Many are to i Italians Continue to Make Progress

1829, her responsibility for the sink- and Pascual Orozco here last night on There will be baseball games attend from Orlando, and the pros- I Rome, June 28.-Italian infantry

ing of the Frye. Good News ForU.S. charges of violating the neutralitylaws both morning and afternoon, wheelbarrow ]- pect is that there will be an unusually forces, effectively supported by artil-

He tells Germany that she now jus- of the United States by attempting three-legged and fiftyyardraces good attendance from other points. I lery, made further important advances -

tifies the sinking of the Frye under From GerardWashington to set on foot an armed expedi- and in the evening music, mov- The beach will be well mili- I at both extremities of the

these two treaties and that because tion has forced abandonment, govern- ing pictures and dancing will be in'' tia and deputy sheriffs, in order that Italo-Austrian front. South of Riva,

the treaty does not provide a way for June 28.-A favorable ment officials believe, of any move- order. In addition the company will all danger of accident resulting from I at hte northern extremity of Lake
paying the indemnities the' German reply by Germany to the last American ment to launch a new revolutionary i give a barbecue and basket dinner. the crowding of the spectators onto I Garda, the Alpine] troops, fighting

foreign office decided the case must note on submarine warfare is indicated movement in Mexico.: Huerta was released the course in front of the cars may be I through narrow passe, penetrated to -
be referred forces the asistance of Gonzales.] eliminated. within six miles of Riva.
to a prize court. in today's state department on $15,000 bond, and Orozcowas to I
In reply to these two positions of advices from Berlin. givenhis liberty under bond of The authentic report that Zapata has There will be an attractive line of I The result was a series of sanguinary -

the German foreign office, Secretary The advices came from Ambassador half that sum. It is understood that 25,000 men indicates that Gonzales prizes offered to the racers, among engagements at Plava sector. The

i Lansing asserts that the treaties do Gerard, and gave the first news Huerta's adherents were prepared to will have to withdraw towards Vera the handsomest being the Orlando I Italians along the Isonzo forced a

not justify the sinking of the Frye, of a definite nature since the American furnish surety greatly in excess of Cruz unless his forces are greatly in- Automobile Asosciation Cup, whichwas passage of the river between Sagradoand
and denies that"a German prize court note reached the German foreign the amount fixed. creased.A put up last year for the first Gorizia and entrenched themselves -

has any jurisdiction over the questionof office. With Huerta and Orozco at liberty good deal of the information time and won by B. B. Hutton, driving on the eastern bank at some

the amount of indemnity to be which from Mexico a National. In order to keep this within the
paid The exact nature of the ambassa- Mexican and American officials were came City was places hailing distance of
by the imperial German governmenton dor's message was not divulged. His watching developments among their brought to Vera Cruz by courier".from cup the winner must successfully race Austrians.

account of its admitted liabilitiesfor dispatch was of sufficient detail, how- adherents. Apparently the tendencyof the British legation at the Mexican for it three consecutive years. Mr. Several Artillery Duels
the destruction of an American other factional leaders to national capital. Hutton will again enter the lists to
ever, to put officials in an optimistic Paris, June 28.-The French war
vessel on the high seas." mood. It was communicated at once await the move of their opponents. Hoer] the British charge d'affaires, maintain possession of the cup this office in its midnight communicationsays

The state department declares that to President Wilson at the summer Despite the declaration of General started a messenger from Mexico Cityon ;year.All calm prevails along] the entire
'S it will not be bound by any decision ofa White House at Cornish. Huerta that he never would enter 'I the 23rd, and he arrived at Vera cars, except the racers, will be battle front except for artillery duels
German prize court and reiteratesthat Mexico again at the head of an armed 'Cruz on the 27th. This courier con- barred from the beach from 5:30 to tat scattered points. The most impor-
this is "a matter for adjustmentby force and would not return to his 6:30 a. m. in order that the latter I
BASEBALL RESULTS I firmed the report that the Gonzales tant of these artillery duels is in
direct diplomatic discussion between until had been restored may go over the course. The races
country peace forces which attempted to take the progress north of Souchez, at Neu-
the two governments." federal officials did not relax their : will start at 7:30 o'clock sharp, and
National League city from the north were routed with ville, and at Rodin Court.
New York 3-5, Boston 23. vigilance. A large crowd that gath- :a loss of ammunition and commissary are expected to last about three

CORNELL WINS Philadelphia 0, Brooklyn 4. ered at the home of Huerta's daughter I supplies. Business had been suspended hours. AMMUNITION: DEPOT RUINED

Poughkeepsie, N. Y., June 28.- i Cincinnati 3, Chicago 2. continued to shout "viva" for owing to the constant dread of The program of the races is as follows London.-Bombs dropped by Brit-

Cornell won the varsity eight and Pittsburgh-St. Louis, rain. Huerta until long after midnight. I battle waged in the streets of the : ish aviators near Roulers] Belgium] ,
20 Mile free for all .
junior varsity eight races in the intercollegiate American League Washington, June 2S. Official ad- I I city. A food shortage was causing I caused the explosion of a large am-
Supply Co. Cup Orlando Auto As-
regatta this afternoon. Boston 2-6, New York 3-3. vices to the state department today I great concern. The shortage had munition depot and killed fifty Ger-
sociation Cup. entrance fee.
Syracuse won the freshman eight Washington 2, Philadelphia 0. make the surprising revelation that I I been made worse by the 'great increase man soldiers, says a Central News
20 Mile in.
((231 American
cu. )
race. Detroit 6, Cleveland 3. Zapata is in command of an army of I I in the army of Zapata, which dispatch from Rotterdam.
Chicago 4, St. Louis 2. 25,000 men which is defending :\Iex-I I had grown from 5,000 to an effective Supply Co. Cup. $2 entrance fee.
10 Mile (free for al1)). $100 cash

I ARREST 20Bryant 2 0 OFFENDERS Chicago Federal 10, Brooklyn League 5. Gonzales.ico Carranza City against forces the under attack Gen.of Pablo the r army The corps.successes of Zapata have disposed prize.10 Mile$5 entrance(231 $100 cash GORE AND MARLATTOCO]

Baltimore 6, St. Louis 7. i of any hopes that the Carran-
prize. $5 entrance fee.
SATURDAY NIGHT Buffalo 5, Pittsburgh 8. While the report was not absolutely i zistas may have had of speedily 1 Mile (free for all; standing start). TO LAKELANOHaye
All that were scheduled. confirmed that the army of Gonzales] controlling the military situation and $100 cash prize. $5 entrance fee.
f had been defeated, it is stated that I making a bid for recognition by President -
Southern League All entrants to be handed ni by
Carranza is endeavoring to rush i Wilson.
Stole Chickens, Johnson Mobile 3-2, Atlanta 0-1. night of July] 3, either with W. D. Purchased KimbroughCo.'s

Carried Weapons, and Others Birmingham 4, New Orleans 0. Rogers, San Juan Garage Co., Orlando ] Undertaking Businessat

Gambling-lIeayy Memphis-Chattanooga, rain. 60,000 People Up And Down Fla., or Daytona Beach Chamberof That Cit-Change
Xashville-Little Rock, rain. Commerce, Daytona Beach, Fla.
I Fines Imposed in 30 Days
South Atlantic League And Not An Accident"BarnesThe
Y 5 Macon 0. ALL
I Sheriff J. F. Gordon and his corps Lakeland, Fla.-W. E. Gore, for-
Columbus 4, Savannah 0. SLATON
1 of valuable deputies were busy officials COUNTRY ESTATE merly of Orlando, and A. II. Marlatt,
Albany 4, Charleston 3.
I Saturday and succeeded in landing Yowell-Duckworth Company's :'again as many as 30,000 times, which of this- city, have bought out the undertaking -

I in their drag-net twenty personsof Roof Garden opened the first week of takes into consideration the regular Atlanta, Ga., June .-Former business of the Kimbrough
the colored persuasion, charged ANOTHER VICTIM FOR SUB- i shoppers and callers at the business Governor Slaton, accompanied by company. Within the next thirty
December. Since that time
MARINELondon. : nearly I Mrs. Slaton, left this afternoon for!
with various and sundry misdemeanors offices. days these gentlemen will have competed -
60,000 people have climbed the stairs New York, where they will spend
from carrying concealed wea- I "The people," declared Mr. Barnes ; in the Kimbrough building,
.-The British steamship or ridden in the elevator to reach the some time prior to making a trip
pons, indulging in the favorite pas- yesterday, "are slowly but surely modern offices and exhibit room and a
time of craps shooting, and purloin- Indrani, 3,640 tons gross, was sunk only garden of its kind in Central i awakening to the importance of this West No trouble marred their de- chapel. Their entire space will be on
ing chickens from other people'sbarn- Sunday by a German submarine Florida. It was estimated that fully 'roof garden. It has taken them a lit- parture. Late tonight all the troops the ground floor of the Kimbrough
I yards. southwest of Tuskar, Ireland. The 99 cent. of the Roof Garden were withdrawn from the Slaton
per pa- 'I tle time to become thoroughly edu- building, extending from the front
Yesterday before Judge Warlow of crew was saved. trons take the elevator.In cated to the uniqueness and class of country estate, and their place is be- j door to the rear of the building, and

the criminal court of record the fol- The Indrani on her last eastern other words, in eight months 60- this garden, but during the past few ing taken by guards employed by the every modern, up to date appliance ,

lowing pleaded guilty and were sent voyage across the Atlantic left New 000 men, women and children have I weeks we have had large crowds. The I I former governor. Four prowlers and convenience will be supplied.' It -
tenced: York May 23 and arrived at Glasgow visited the Roof Garden; gazed at the !attendance has been very gratifying.The I I I were arrested early today near the is the present plan to have all arrangements -
t James Bryant June 19. She was 361 feet long. beauties of Orlando I Slaton home after the troops fired
stealing chickens
laughed or
; big crowds are in the evening, of completed within the ne.
$30 and costs or thirty days on the Tuskar Rock is an islet off the sobbed at the moving pictures; played : course, when we show our picturesand I I several shots at them. thirty days and these affable gentlemen -

road. southeast coast of Wexford county, bridge under the cooling shade of the give away prizes. However, it is will hold themselves ready/

4 Clifford Johnson, carrying concealed in St. George's channeL pergola, or quietly sipped Mr. Bry- :.I surprising how many come to the RUSSIA RELEASES JOHN REED, serve all their old customers a-/-

weapons, $100 or six months. an's special thirst quencher-grape- I garden during the daytime to view 'I AMERICAN:: WAR CORRESPONDENT new ones who may desir

k' Henry Turner and Phillip Lodge, CZAR AND MINISTERS CONFER juice.J. i I I the city and partake of some cooling vices. L akteen t\1

gambling, $10 and costs. D. (Sunny Jim) Barnes admitted : refreshment from the fountain." i Washington.-Ambassador Marye, Mr. Gore wilt f'rnd>
The others arrested will probably London, June 28.-The emperor of yesterday that it was some feat to I A big time is scheduled for Saturday -tat Petrograd, today notified the state later wit %'ando heretofore
be given a preliminary hearing to- Russia presided at an important coun- I accommodate 60,000 people, ride them :' night, July] when the W. O. W. 'department that he has secured the engaged good

day. cil of mniisters at army headquarters, I up and ride them down the elevators, .. give away a "billy goat." Mr. Barnes I release of John Reed, an American taki raXeland with a
says Reuter's Petrograd and "nary" accident. As the two 'I .. 'Ss .
correspondent. I an refused to reveal any plans that he war correspondent, who was found t.
THE WEATHER The dispatch adds that hose elevators have a normal capacity of ;:has for the future. "Nothing for the near the battle lines without permis '
for 2;) centser
present included Grand Duke Nicholas I fifteen people each, each elevator has public except the regular run of high sion. The ambassador reported l Stationery this week Come

Florida: Fair in south, showers in commander in chief, his chief of 'mademade 1,000 trips during the past i class pictures. Still, we are goingto that he is attempting to obi*, an I 1> box-almost half price. .
north Tuesday and Wednesday. Moderate staff, other leading military men and (eight months. Probably] the elevator have a feature soon thatSunny release of Boardman Raed- Ir'md see us. Curtis & O'Xeat.R

northeast winds. ar t several ministers.; boys have gone to the top and down j Jim checked himself in time. I artist, who accompan'


.. 'G V -
tr : i

___ --
,Pensacola.-For the purpose of locating Cocoa. The friends of A. H. Graf- : ent |

his relatives with whom he ford will regret to learn of his deathat Project Going Right Along Desepite
has been corresponding but who have Seabreeze, where he was taken in JAP
Reports to Contrary I
recently failed to communicate with the interest of his health. I <.

him Anthony Schleman of Tampa Eustis Lake Region: The Lake Re- I
will sail from here on the British Pensacola.-The American steamer I
gion is reliably informed that all the
4- steamer Alexandrian for European Penobscot one of fhe"Great Lakes !and
ports. The youth's relatives are in steamers and one of the most unusual rumors and reports that the Zellwood- ,ficers &

the war zone.Kissimmee.J.. type to visit this port put in here for Florida Farms company had aban- I at 67
bunker coal. She was en route to doned their Apopka drainage schemeare when
A. Joyner head of New Orleans from Philadelphia. entirely groundless. On the con- I'than do
the municipal waterworks has found I trary the dredge boat will be ready to
the alligator to be an excellent-sewer Crystal River.-Dr. Sidney J. Catts, start work, just as originally planned ,war, ,
cleaner. lie experimented with "Spe- candidate for governor of Florida, on July 3. There will be a big cele- I ceived :
cies" a young alligator about four 1 I I was in the city last week. lie ad- bration on that occasion at Zellwood I
feet in length. Placing the alligator dressed an audience while here. in honor of this great event. There I II III

in the sewer line at one manhole Mr. will be music two baseball games I
Joyner waited for four hours for him \Iarianna.-In the election last barbecue, foot races etc., with money I'to top
to reach the next manhole. When he Tuesday Jackson county lost the three prizes. i|ready I II
was taken out the line was clean and by six mile strip off the western end The report started that Major La- I I from '
: clear. j lof the county as provided by the legislature Due's report of the project had been !me will ; amuse
r I I this territory going to Wash 'I ;given out as adverse to the drainage ,6-23-1
Elkton.-The general merchandising -,I ington county. scheme, was premature, or actuallyalse i in most!
establishment of Speights & I I --- i iIanatee.The for he has stated that no one ''I .
\ U
Chambers near the railroad station, ;J :\ entire new systemof outside of Washington City officials
has been destroyed by fire.Kissimmee.Directors 'j waterworks has been completed. knows what his recommendations are. to ae
_,_ I Something over fourteen thousand The Zellwood-Florida Farms company
of the recently I dollars has been spent on improvingthe have learned since the big Tildenville
organized sub-exchange to the system. Three and a half milesof meeting last month that the low I!
Florida Citrus Exchange are visiting mains have been laid. Work on water mark of Lake Apopka has been I ::
other packing houses in this section the- sewer system is also progressing established at 62 feet instead of 65.30,
with a view of making the local ex- rapidly. as assumed at the Tildenville meet- I
change one of the best. ing. Consequently, the project does'
Palm.tto.-Chairman Lamb of the not contemplate the lowering of Lake {[

Wauchula.-The newly organizedtruck town council has called an election to Apopka.A i
growers' association expects to be held on July 20 to decide whetheror number of affidavits of reliableold I I
be able to ship from three to ten cars not proposed amendments to the settlers residing in Lake county
of farm products daily. Everything city charter shall. be passed. This show Lake Apopka's low level to be I
they buy will be purchased f.o.b. will probably be the first election under much lower than they care to take it.
Wauchula. the Farris home rule act giving Their only object is to control the I "
cities and towns the right to change water in the lake and not allow it to
their own charters by amendment.The rise or fall below a certain elevation, I COMPANY'C:
Webster.-Several of sedan
crops question to be settled is the plac- I which is not as low as these affidavits (i Lea '
grass planted as an experiment are ing of the collection of .taxes upon claim it has been. The company does I
maknig good progress. the old basis. not wish to bring it down below 63, :
for it would ruin their own land they I I

i Zephyrhills.-Monroe Perry and J. The war of the future will be the say.Should I
D. Edmunson were here last week war of the inventor even more thanit the U. S. government refuseto j I | jj

I looking for a suitable location for an I is today says an exchange. Science grant their permits they will drain I
electric light and ice plant. mechanics and electricity have, the marsh in other legal ways. But ; .
I feel confident the governmentwill
as we all know revolutionized modern they
Ruskin.-The farmers' union is warfare to a terrible degree. Talk to grant their permit in which :I
I making preparations for a monster men who remember the Crimean war event there will be, as heretofore x
fourth of July celebration. and they will tell you that the i stated, navigable canals 60 feet wide
___h_____ __ __ __
ent conflict is not war; it is pres-I

Tampa.-James F. Senour a well murder fearful, horrible and
known citizen of Tampa is dead aftera man. The wars of the future. however I I
lingering illness of several months.He if the scientist is to be believed survived by a large number of will be even more destructive.An .

ad. in the :Morning Sentinel: is a
Ocala.-A telegram has been received safe investment.
in Ocala announcing the deathof

J. S. S. Birdsey at Asheville N. C.,
after an illness of several months.

Tampa.-A clerks' study club is '
proposed by the Merchants' Associa- CELEBRATIONAT J ST.
tion for the benefit of the clerks off
the city. The meeting of the club To the BusinessMen --- -
will be featured by lectures to better KISSIMMEE ON JULY 5 of Orlando

the clerk and improve his value as a '
Everybody invited to come
salesman. Business fights shy of dead towns.
the lack of local pride. People who

Quincy.-On June 30 the voters of PLENTY TO EAT I show it. Their ( stores are attractive Mites In-
Gadsden county will have the privi- FINE PROGRAM i. homes are well painted. I

lege of voting on the question of THREE BALL GAMES Nothing shows a lack of pride a I
whether or not the board of county PONY, AUTO FOOT AND I hungry buildings. Let's paint up.
commissioners should order a 12 mill BICYCLE RACES I economical paint, we recommend I abso-

assessment for road improvement STATE CLAY PIGEON I m

purposes. CONTEST I Dutch l I
DeLand.-The eleven bells comprising TOURNAMENT ? ,
the chimes of the university have 4 BANDS OF MUSIC 4 I I
arrived and will be immediately in- and Dutcn Boy linseed oil, mixed right on o
stalled. 'j painter tint it any color you wish. Consult 1.
EXCURSION RATES ON ALL i: painting you have in mind. Today's the day. i

DeLand.-The ladies of the Wo- ;! NATIONAL LEAD
Orlando Florida
men's Club are busy making useful I ,
articles for the relief of the wounded Kissimmee Board of Trade -

MtlllitttttllllitlllllMMMIMIItilltMtllMtltlMIMtltMMIIMIIil it t lttllllltllt ttltttlltttttttttt MllllinttttUMiCSSSi 1

: : "No Nursery Tree is a First-ClassTree Unless Budded ;
,: ,. ; 't. .o.- -"' "' "'----1 .
: : : ." ?i1I ; M .. .' t from Bearing Trees of Known Quantityand :
..t.\--: : "!- : .. .. '. .. ..),.. : ";; ; : : ,- _<<. ".
: i'

\ ;' : :. .', :t.' ._ Y'. ; ( .!o. *:.: ,{i :.- -- '5it ;- ; 4 '' ', .;. : .. ./. :' : I Quality of Production.--O. W Conner 'j, :

if: ;4 ;W ::: _'-,., t_* i <::. ..- ., 1 The season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the least profitable to :

t .,' ,. : ;:.. ?t- '-= \ Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years and there have been many .
: _..- ...' --: 0' :,, & ..-: t.r .< p.. .. .' ,r a growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger. :
: : ""' ,'_ : l'g This condition could and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseriespedigreed :
"" :: c
4 ... ,, -. _Ri.r: ..... ot.... .' :';: : ., trees been planted in these groves. The test groves of the Ocklawaha I :
: ... .., -.:- f Nurseries from which trees budded seventeen in extent of '
1 : '. '" '. f .: ;J our are acres an averageea.m1.
,. "!(-'. / >;:;;,$ ... ;.:.>... .. .,,. .'ift of five years from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four boxes :

t':; ,- .. '' x :...% ..:- ;;;-:-- ..,x..5-. ;. r per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove, our :

$*;- : : ;rjir _-, ]f. t: :., ".-:" t ';= t Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees six years old averaged 21.40 per tree or sixteen :
., t.'O'.. -i,. .:. :' ".. C hundred dollars per acre.
r -
: .. _;..;-.- .I! P' .- -.J --c: The planting of this grove was made from trees budded from the proper selections :
4t .
., 4"I, '''''I: :;- s' ... """ i.\- a of budwood to give such results, and the: trees we are selling from our stock today
r.,.. -
.. ; ? :.,' ., .a-I:;'" are still l better because we have given the selection of our buds used in propogatI -'
:: :0 II' :?' = l. ( ing our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these spec-,

=: -"'.2' f :J : r ially: good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing f r your use in planting :

f\ I ,.... .:!s.r.f= ..;w b #. OUlgroe.. ',
-- ;
Ir'"j: '
.: t: IoIt ; IiIJ} '.F; All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor j
-, .t -. ::"Ia., '''''': r and Prof Pomeroy have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary groves, .

;.. h planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebudded
_ :;:-, ,' : ': f\ ; -. .... ': from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the :

.'hI..! .II r ; grower, when so treated. I :
r': r :/;; ".. 1K.r. 11 ; If :you can start right, don't you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY way, i :
"! .. is to use OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but :
,... x a. -u .... 3,
:. -'_ ..= ; ., ; For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build- : )
: ':: .lt< ... ':; : "' ::,- ti I ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright, our{ :

: ." _. r&\i: 'f ;[ r Kj .. "'; agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the-

',. ."" .: .-.. ", .1. ....; ;;' trees before you buy them as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction that
., .., "R. /j t 1i"1'I: it pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees. j : :
.. lat. 4 ."' .l -.i:4 For Catalog, address OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, O. "". CONNER, Proprietor! ..
Heavy produin,...... Tangerine, Florida.Nurseries '
:;;.,.'- .
: Pedigreed r ,'9f Quality Fruit can be produced only from Ocklawaha. Agt No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg :
: tured and it takes time to d er..YOURS NOW. They are grown, not manufac- : :

Ii- I-'" precious. Do it NOW. Orlando Florida :
t .
'. _ .
r-- *-. ***_ ililtl . .. . 1I1I1I11I1I11I1I11I-lIlIllIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlhllllllll..



: -
t .

i alone it is estimated that there are NEW FRUIT JUICES FOR THE flavor, which should have distinct 4IMJMI Itlliltl IIIIMMIIIIMMMi

DAILY SPORT LETTERBY 200,000 golfers. In New York state v HOME commercial possibilities. The juice,I \

the grand total is somewhere around however, should be kept in cold stor- |i : Attention Auto Owners! jj
Washington, D.C.-That the juiceof
the 800,000 mark. age at 32 to So degrees Fahrenheitafter ,

FRANK G. MENKF: I Golf has a firm grip on the nativesof currants, blackberries, clack rasp- sterilization, and most of the

Th. Famous Ncw'York. Sporting Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Con- j j berries, sour cherries and peaches suspended material should be removed -'

EJrpcrt.J3Y necticut, Ohio, Illinois, California,and !'may be prepared and kept as successfully I by means of a milk separator I AUTO SERVICE{ [ STATION I
some of the other big states in the 1 as grape juice and by the same or by filteration. Moreover, where ,
Frank G. Menke
Union. It is estimated that Pennsylvania -I methods has been demonstrated in the atmospheric oxygen is not excluded :

New:! ) rk-Golf has become Amer- has at least 400,000 golfers course of a series of investigations in the process of bottling, the juice 11 E. CHURCH STREET

ica's national game. within its confines-and the army is 'which the United States Department i.darkens gradually.
"" 'MorelAmerican men play golf to- growing larger every day. |of Agriculture is conducting into the These studies have already .resulted J Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil

day than play baseball. The total There are at least 2,500,000probably .whole complicated question of fruit in the discovery of a method produc- CAR WASHED AND POLISHED 51.00

number of men and women who play 3.500OOO-golfers in America juices. The juice of the fruits men- ing concentrated apple juice by freez- ] Special Club Rate Tickets
today. They may not play every dayor I tioneed, it has been found, retain their ing which is not only easier to ship }I II
golf day during the open seat Service Personal Attention
every every week but they are golfers characteristic color and flavor after than ordinary cider, but which will 'I Prompt
/greater than the total number sterilized and and I much better. In concentrated Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
base- just the same. Just as soon as the i being stored away, keep j]
of'men and women who witness
big cities in the country build more I can, therefore, be made available for juice, however, the presence of sugar ;i
ball Golf games is the or real play national at now public links the golfing army probably use throughout the year in householdsand and acid retards the growth of micro-; ; : Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager

will be increased by another at soda fountains, etc. In this organisms and fermentation is very i
because both sexes can-and do-
play the Baseball gathered its 2000000. way it is thought much fruit that slow. i j ill 11111 11111 11111 11111. 'II 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111.

devotees game.from the masculine ranks Golf, of course, never will outshine has hitherto been allowed to go to Similar methods are now being j I
American baseball as a spectator's game. Tn waste may be utilized. tried out with other fruits. In the |
only. The only way an
baseball the spectator takes his seat For reasons, however, which are not case of grape fruit-juice, for example '
woman could participate in a ball :
The arketOF :
and watches the game from the as yet very thoroughly understood, concentration to a sirup by freezingis :
game was as a spectator.
grandstand. The game is before him. the various fruits differ greatly in easily accomplished, and it appearsat
that the
Baseball is a game major- CLEANLINESS OF
the effects of sterilization them. the present time that there are QUALITY
until But in golf the action shifts from one upon
ity of Americans play only they
ij are around 21. After that they quit end of the course to the other. To Thus, strawberry juice and red rasp- I great commercial possibilities in this OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
berry juice lose their distinctive colors method, although further experimen-
the game as a regular form of exer- watch a game of golf it is necessaryfor FRESH AND SALT MEATS
cise and pleasure, unless they go into the spectator to do as much "leg and flavors very readily and, tation is considered necessary. In the Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Evu'thln .
work" as the golfers. He has to walk therefore, can not be put up on a case of fruits whose juices do not suf-
the professional ranks. Baseball is screened away from the flies and kept fr *a
for who over the entire golf course, the sameas commercial scale and marketed as fer any change of flavor or color in
too strenuous a game any one and .
does the golfer. grape juice is. Lemon and orange the process of sterilization, this method pore.We
dose But not play regularly. all But there is this much advantagefor juices also undergo peculiar changesin is not likely to prove necessary- Inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
is for
golf a game ages.
the golf spectator over the base- flavor after sterilization and no Details of the experiments with a discussion everything in the Meat Line.
The old can play as well as the
ball fan. The golfing spectator, by satisfactory method has been develaped. of the effects upon the various -
It is muscle builder with-
young. muscle a strainer. It walking over the course in the wakeof Lemon juice is the more promis- fruits of sterilization, exposure to .H.PHONE : : elf= Go.::
out being a givesone
ing, but this, too, can not yet be atmospheric after steriliza- i\
as much fresh air as baseball and the golfer, gets almost as much man- oxygen NO. SO PINE STREET
it keeps one healthy without submitting beneficial exercise as the golfer, while ufactured commercially with success. tion, storage at low temperatures, etc.,

one to the terror of sore and ach- the only thing a fan gets is cramped With certain precautions on the other are contained in a new bulletin of the
F ing muscles. limbs and fresh air. In chilly weather hand, pineapples can be made to yielda United States Department of Agriculture -

And this imported game of golf the golfing spectator has the sterilized juice of a very attractive I No. 2-11. Studies of Fruit Juices.
"edge" on the baseball fan; he can
was a sneered at pastime by the I JI
walk around and keep the blood circulating -
Americans less
than ten years ago. I I Ij
in his body. The fan must
Golf is a game for the poor as wellas j
the rich. Those who could affordto sit in the stands and suffer chills. W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES EXCEPTIONAL

play baseball can afford to play "What is there about this game of Proprietors and Owners OFFER

golf. It is not much more expensive.A golf that has increased its devotees

set of golfing clubs, balls arid other from the 5,000 of ten years ago to the Beach Hotel
equipment does not cost very much 2,500,000 or 3,500,000 of today?" is Daytona I

more than does a baseball uniform, a your question.And ON OCEAN BEACH Beautiful lot Lake Lucerne
the answer is: on
half dozen bats, spiked shoes and Red
Beach Florida. Telephone 173
"Try it." Daytona ,
other baseball paraphernalia.There I

+ are in America today something Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished with plenty of Foliage
r like 600 golfing clubs allied with WHERE WILL NEXT YEAR'SSUGAR I
Single and en Suite I
the United States Golf Association.That BEET SEEDS and Trees.

represents a golf population of COME FROM? Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold

at least 500,000. But that is only a Shower Baths, Free to guests ,
small portion of the standing army Farm and Fireside says: Price $2000.00
of golfers.In "Outside of Utah, American beet Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week

every city where there are pub- growers are wondering where they Dinners 50 cents i
lic links there are tens of thousandsof will secure sugar beet seeds for next
golfers not associated with golf- year. The American supply comes i

ing clubs. They play either on the from Germany. In the Utah field the I II C. A. HOVEY

public links or on the private linksat growers were fortunate enough to secure -
the invitation of some friend who a supply before the war broke
happens to be a member of the club I out." .

that owns them. I I Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

In the Greater New York vicinity Opt the newt In the Sentinel fr"t

- - - - - -
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1I1I11I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 "MilllliillMliillllllllillllMIMIliHii,
4111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 tOUOttlllllllllMMtllllllttllltiMiitMII I"IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I'


Wind Up of the Great June Sale : ;: !


The whole store a Huge Bazar of Bargains for the j j: :

-- rr= l BEAUTIFUL :MEDALLION PORTRAIT final days in June. Hundreds i
REPRODUCED FROM YOUR of lots already sold j j:

4, OWN PHOTO out, but fresh new lots have taken their place.

1 if .4 Exquisite Minatures We particularly urge you to attend the last days of | :

our great sale for never in
-. \ The Latest achievements of the Portrait our history have we

': 1 w 1 Art with Porcelain Effect offered you such burgains.



: .New Summer Dresses, a charming One lot of Suiting .and .Skirting,

MEDALLIONS group, which embraces all the plain and fancy weaves, these
1 H very latest creations; excellent goods are regular $1.00 and $1.25

quality material, fine workman- quality, choice . . . 25c;
ship, $9.00. value . . .$;).98
S -d' How to Secure These

Prje : One lot of Embroideries in edges,
I Children's Dresses Half Price.
Medallions Free bands, insertions and galoons,

Made of Gingham, Percales, Cham- values up to 25c. for . . ,5 -
When you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store :you can secure Medallion Ticket brays, and Linen in plain and fancy
t from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check Medallion Department, on Main Floor colors, plaids, checks and stripes, all
where it will be punched to the amount of :your purchase. When your purchases amount to 10.00 bring in Pillow Cases Size 42x36 and 45x36
your ticket with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together with sizes, from 2 to 14 years. -
your original picture unharmed. 75c. quality: to close out at 371/2 c heavy weight, Scalloped, 25 ; -
Columbia Medallians are made in three styles, and each style in gloss or dull finish. $1.00 quality to close out at 50c quality for . . .

f J $1.25 quality to close out at .62j jc _

Water Color $1.50 quality to close out at 75c Bed Spreads .extra large -:

Carbon Sepia I These $5.00 $2.00 quality to close out at "$1.00 Satin finishedIarseme --
I This with :
marvelous style produces quality . . .w
beauThis i is the beautiful exactness the ,
This has the I
I style i flesh tints, color of hair : Columbia1 Ladies' Sailors the new Lord Kit-
and deeD i brown color so much loved
tiful soft tone I and eyes, as well as those : chners, all shades, $5.00 value $1.98
effect of a fine engraving by the old masters, having. of the costume. Should are about double the size One lot White Goods, Y
producing the high lights all the clearness and fineou wish life colors, hand- ed plain and fancy;
and shadows to perfection. tone of an etching. painted, each color_burnt of illustration.D Silk Crepes beautiful patterns in 35c., while they If I=
_in.'p, a charge of 2>c. is :' plain and fancy weaves, large

line of colors to select from, Goer Men's Arrow Col

.K S C JrJ, I JP T I O 1ST : and 75c. value eo. eo. eo .25c styles, extra

I These beautiful Photo Medallions are the most.artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on .
non-corrosive metal specially prepared. The portrait is burnt in, same as on porcelain, and covered with heavy
celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled, thus preserving
forever the features of those you love. You cannot tell the dIfference between these medallions and a fineporce''a Y owelllDDuckw
hand painting: They are worth $;),00 each. Ve guarantee he likeness to be an Absolute Fat'-Sim. .
Ihe ot :; Photograph urmshed. They are elegant, dainty and artistic and make a beautiful ornament for
the hoti whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed. not
i here se <''orth will be cheerfully given. Frames to Medallions: can be purchased for the Moderate Price Orlando's Largest
of 50c 6 $:!.OO.

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 i IMf 11I1111111 r III '

tlllllllllllllllllll..IIIIIII.,111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111'11 111111111111111 II U a Store'w ii t

{ t ti


i 4



ONE' NE1'F { SEES. Orlando Life In !
South Florida Sentinel! SIDELIGHTS
(Columbia State) I i

MORNING AND WEEKLY I "Berlin.-The enemy)' put it all over B> W. S. Branch. ParagraphSOME i il
a. ::. GLENN ..............?......Edit** iI iI
us yesterday, routing our troops com- SUN\MER
.. .
T. C. ESSINGTON .. ..B m M Manager I pletely." I I

Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida "Petrograd.-We retired from Scw-
a* Second Class Mail Matter. We can applaud the last words of I "Paddywrote-- aletter- '
zetszasczcz in great disorder with
. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Nathan Hale when. he said, "I only

Daily. 1 Year .. 1500 enormous losses. regret that I have but one life to give I :t's- along way to Tipperary."
Daily.. 6 3 Months Months: :..:::::::::::::::::::: 2.soDaily. 1.25 cabinet"Paris.-It is is to understood for that"the' for my country," and we all assent to Add the brass band feature and you t t, FURNISHIN P

Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 ready sue peace. the words of Daniel Webster, "Let may possibly have some faint idea ot
"London.-It is now apparent that
Weekly 1 Year ...................... $1.00 our objects be our country, our whole the music which floated out from that i
the Dardanelles can not be forced,
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE INs country, and nothing but our coun- brand new f:!,OOO organ down at the j I
and our fleet in those waters will return -
ADVANCETO try.Ve can even admire the pa- Skating Rink. when it had been finally .
at once to the North sea""I I
ADVERTISERS: triotism of Chas. C. Pinckney, the I adjusted and set going yesterday !
inexpressibly regret Mr. Bryan'sresignation.
Copy for display and all ether hand.dadnrtisinc ambassador to France, who originated I afternoon atI o'clock. Then add a '
auat be handeo in at the basinet! .-Champ Clark. that oft quoted epigram, "Millions for kaleidoscopic view, as more than a THAT YOU'LL LIKE
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. "I expect to stump the nation for I
the day before pnMiution. This rain, app'jn defense, but not one cent for trib hundred devotees of the Tollerglides"
to chances for contract advertising: it utaranatle I oodrow Wilson in 1916.-Theodore ute." But not all of us can agrees I got into motion on the polished -
and will be strictly adhered to. I P.005evelt." I TO WEAR
with the sentiment expressed by boards, and you can form anj
di! "Billy Sunday Sets 'Em Up All 'I
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel !con-
Stephen Decatur in his toast given in I idea of the speed with which things
tined should notify the office in writing on Around."
the date of expiration otherwise it will be I Norfolk in 1810, when he said, 'Our kept moving all afternoon. There I .'''';"",, ",,':'''''_n'_ JIll:
I don't need
continued at the regular subscription rates. "I've decided that any
until"notice to stop is received. 1 I Country; in her intercourse with for- was not a thing slow during the entire -

'Telephone X..I-r ...................... 2t new gowns for a jear.-Anywife. eign nations may she always be in the afternoon session; about one hundred -
"1 *-Batted for Cobb in the ninth. Come into the More tomorrow and get a !good !l.s>k at what"
right; but our country, right or I' people on the boards constantly;
o proper toe..:r thi"t.'aOI1.. All the good styles air here nv
wrong." V> e take it that the wordcountry" and judging by their looks everybody
ONT GO conveniently displayed! for special benefit
as used in the above quo- having the time of their lives. jour
Post the highway roads. NEAR TilE WATER. It's worth coming: a long way to see the e summer displays:
tation means a collection of individ- -Q--
o The Lake Region published at Eus- Certainly it is! How are you going to know what's right to wear
uals. And if a collection of individuals -
Last call for the June brides. tis contains an article appearing elsewhere this season if you don't SEE the new furnishings? And when it
does it is No mat
in this Sentinel wrong wrong. OF BEAUTYOne to absolutely CORRECT here
o morning's to comes styles you've jrot to come to
Oh, girls, the parasol veil is the the effect that the ZellwoodFloridaFarms ter whether it is one hundred peopleor I of the most beautiful and well find them!

latest. Company will push its scheme one hundred million, and no kind kept flower gardens in Orlando is the You won't be urged to buy, but if you happen to see something

0 oC drainage on the north side of Lake of political sophistry can make it one of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Caruthers, you need, and WANT to buy it, you will get the kind of service

Over the Wall Gilchrist sees Bryan Apopka. The company does not planto right. Violetdale," on South Lake street.In that has brought men in here time after time. Dollar for' dollar

Trammel) ed. disturb or affect the lake level of -0- this garden Mr. and Mrs. Caruthers values always.

0 that body of water. Go ahead, boys, Ice have nearly every kind of roses

Straw hats afford little or no reliefto and dig. In other words, "hang your We admire the early riser and the grown; they have carefully cultivated

rustler on general principles, but i them, budded different varieties on
hot headed people. clothes on a hickory limb but don'tgo
---()-- near the water" of Lake Apopka.The there are exceptions to all rules. Take one bush, and otherwise brought A FEW OF THE THINGS YOU'LL SEE ARE

Why doesn't Mexico sign a treatyof dredge boat at Zellwood will begin the ice man, for example. When he about some most interesting results
a piece
summer and
produced some extraordinaryflowers.
peace with herself? operations July 3, and will be attended ,
comfort at the door of your office or Many other flowers besides
o --- by festivities and barbecue.
store at 5:30 in the and AND LOOK THEM 1 OVER (1
A good word spoken for Orlandoat o morning roses are to be seen in this garden; .

the right time travels far. LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL when you get down town at seven in fact, it is one delight from one end

o o'clock and find nothing left but a to the other to the lover of flowers.

damp place on the sidewalk, you wish Many have called to see this bower
This is the season sleep-
open What Has Become of the Old Fash-
and the ice man was not quite so enter- within the last few weeks.
swatting cutting
ing porches, fly ioned Boy?
weeds. Editor Sentinel:

o What has become of the old fashioned ITINERANT PREACHER LEAVES

There is something to always disturb -II boy who used to'erect tents and SnoresIt FOR OTHER FIELDS
I time is really quite refreshing in these Hal Harmon the
your equilibrium.? Taxing after gathering a troup of actors,con- traveling preacher -
will be here soon. ortoonists, jugglers and acrobats, times of war and a plethora of war who was arrested Saturday after-
I news to turn from the columns of the
o to the noon by Officer Bozarth for delivering -
loudly proclaim passing public,
Wonder what has become of the "See Jumbo, the wild African ele daily papers and read two columns one of his rambling orations on

fellow who occasionally used to swipea phant-the wild man from Borneo in the Ladies' Home Journal under the streets of Orlando in violation of

horse and buggy? step this way-one pin admission! the caption, "How Can 'George' Stop the city ordinances, was given his
Snoring?" Let us hope that the suf-
o What has become of this boy? Booth freedom Monday and left that after- '

Many a woman has driven a hus- Tarkington has immortalized his fering wife of "George" has found noon on the north bound train for

band to drink, and he didn't stop at cies in the Penrod stories, but spe-the some of the many suggested ways effective Sanford. He was offered his liberty H )

the watering trough. I Io Ii boy himself seems to have disap- and now has relief also. Saturday night in time for him to _
peared, as the horse driven! vehiclesof -0Steam leave on the midnight train, but he I + .

Considering its gunmen, why all the circus showman. Roller did not wish to avail himself of the

this talk of New York being defense- Never fear; the boy has not disappeared The Zephyrhills correspondent of opportunity, on account of his finan-
less? Kansas Times. the Tampa Tribune states that a large cial
City but with the changing embarrassment, and so remainedas

o times he, too, has changed. The steam roller from Tampa arrived the city's guest until after the STRAW HATSWere

Daily war hint: It is not necessaryto showman of fifteen there during the past week. The opponents Sabbath.
or twenty years
of Perry G. Wall had better
use a periscope to see the candi- ago has ceased clamoring for atten- --0-
dates for United States senator. take to the tall timber. never cheaper, just note the Reductions, and then compare.
tion from the public. He is busily en- XO DANGER OF ICE FAMINE

o gaged in an amateur study of wire- Ther is little danger that the Orlando REGULAR $2.50 FOR ____________$1.25 .
"Wanted, a counsellor for the department -
There is nothing better for a town less telegraphy, or perhaps his troopof of state salary $7,500 public will suffer from a short- REGULAR $3.00 FOR _____________$1.50
; a
than a "little something doing" occa- Boy Scouts is off hike. age in the ice supply this summer.
of the on a year-payable every two weeks. Applicants REGULAR $3.50 FOR _____________$1.75
not Atlanta kind.
In any event it is probable that the With the opening of activities by the
o latent must be international law- of A. J. REGULAR $4.00 FOR _____________$2.00
energy of the lad is being put new plant Nye yesterday

The only reason why some folks forth in some constructive endeavor, yers of great experience. Deserving forenoon, and with the output of the REGULAR $4.50 FOR _____________$2.25
Democrats will not be considered
are opposed to Americanization Dayis and no longer does he have to dependfor unless Orlando Ice company, the city has a REGULAR $5.00 FOR _____________$2.50
because Theodore Roosevelt is for guidance on his own judgment- they have the proper professional potential ice supply of seventyfivetons
qualifications. Records of all appli-
it. active forces are at work to improveand per day. Going the limit the local -
cants suggested by politicians will be
o make a citizen of the former embryo ice plants could probably produce
The Interstate Commerce Commis- thoroughly analyzed before they are
showman. SURELY THIS IS A ninety tons per day.
sion regulates all kinds of travel except SIGN OF GROWTH IN CIVILIZA- placed on the eligible list. Apply No. -0-

that into the "state of matri TION! 1600 Pennsylvania avenue, northwest,
' Washington, D. C.
o Just Miss Esther Ley, one of Rev. J. B.Ley's .
as soon as the war is over the
Fireworks this and
are high year, There Is a Reason
attractive daughters, has
9 recently
it will cost the small boy good moneyto The Sentinel: nations of the world really must get
purchased a nice
orange grove
together and on an international
get an knocked out the Glo- agree -
eye on Considerable discomfort has been
east of Lake Ivanhoe. The grove
system of logic.-Chicago Herald.
rious Fourth.
caused motorists by the paucity of comprises some thousand or more

o signs on the highways where the new J :young trees and will be managed in SUMMER SHOES FOR MENProper

The Sentinel is the shopping guide brick paving is being laid. At Lock- MAY GET POLES TO LOCATE IN a strictly scientific and up to date

for today's bujers. For general up hart, on the Apopka road, there is THIS SECTIONJoe manner by the new owner.0 fitting stylish lasts and best materials are features of

to date news and business transac- one road to Orlando which follows the i: our footwear. SPECIAL CARE is taken in giving shoes that fit

tions the morning paper has no equal. highway and another which follows John and Florence Manino left perfectly-a service you'll appreciate we feel sure. Prices are

o a winding trail through the woods. yesterday morning over the Atlantic I CAUGHT HORSE SHOE CRAB consistent with qualities.'

There still seems to be little or no The one to the north-the woods Coast Line for Washington, D. C., I Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kinney, Miss

demand for marriage licenses in the road-is the one to take. The one to where they will spend a couple of I Ruth Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hut- And a $1.00 Refund Oil All Men'sShoes 4

office of County Judge Wm. Martin. the south, following the months and then return to this sec- ton and daughter, Jeanette, Mr. and
highway Mrs. A. A. and Charles Mo- and Over
tion. Morey, Costing $4
Cupid must have gone on a summer leads into a muck and swamp, and if They are horny handed tillers I
ion you take it must retrace of Orange county soil and their ob- rey spent Sunday at Daytona Beach.
you your in They fished at Indian river inlet and
ject visiting the national
o capital
steps or sink. There is no sign at the
w or other education in the "fork" to designate which route is to induce some of their Polish one of their catches included a horse-

ols never seems to be prac- should be taken. The county should friends to locate in this vicinity. shoe crab. SUMMER UNDERWEARThe

h to teach people not to post the roads in a better and -
more LITTLE GIRL IS BETTER famous "ROXFORD" make, made of a very fine grade of
rlth gasoline just beforeis thorough manner which would facili- MAITLAND ITEMS

pipe. tate travel and aid the public. Little Winnie Nolan, who was injured Nainsook.SHIRTS "
REGULAR 50c. FOR 3,7y
Saturday night by -----
Miss Gertie accidentally
"DRIVER." Foulks, Manitee, a
ty automobile sales- former resident* Mairland, is on a running into the plate glass display DRAWERS, REGULAR, 50c FOR __37c

cars about as fast as Note:-County Engineer Ramsey visit to Mrs. Massey.Mrs. window of the Steam Laundry, was UNION SUITS, REGULAR $1.00 FOR75c

from the factories. stated Simmons who not so seriously injured as at first REGULAR '
yesterday that the county com- is an invalid, UNION SUITS, $1.50 for$1.24

it to the "where- missioners had made every effort to enjoyed a visit last, Wednesday from feared. She is up and about once UNION SUITS, REGULAR $2.00 for$1.59

ection. keep the roads and highways postedto :Mrs. Sharp, and on Friday a visit more playing with her young com-

iarted- help the traveling public. lie from Mrs. Bumby. Both were much panions. PURE LINEN UNDERWEAR c-

by children stated that motorists, drivers and enjoyed. -0- lIandkerchie'
Made of fine grade Linen.
in Ohio, in the even pedestrians tear the signs down, WANT ADS. IN MORNING SENTINEL -
tr to the re- run into them, or maliciously destroy CAPTIVES TO WORK IN FIELDS HAVE RESULTSOn
were not them. Sunday Mrs. A. A. Jlorey inserted DRAWERS, REGULAR $1.00, for79cOicksonIves

London.-The. government has decided a "Lost" classified ad. in the

If a certain editor in Florida could to permit prisoners of war to Morning Sentinel. Monday morning I

bed anpraised : be induced to join either the "allies" help in the harvesting of crops near early a kodak which she lost was returned -i

or the "Teutons" the war in Europe where they are under detention. This to her. It was found by Wm.

er part would soon be brought to a termina- outside labor will be performed only Stewart, 307 South Orange avenue. j

nd was tion. We have never jet received a under specified conditions. -0- Co

_copy of his paper but what it emitted MAKING SEWER CONNECTIONS !

fire and brimstone and heaped coals SHIPPING MANY CAR LOADS OF Superintendent Irvine had a forceof

itye of fire on the head of some unfortu- WATERMELONSW. men busily employed Monday af-

nate. My, but Albert must have an ternoon making the sewer connectionson

awful disposition. M. Davis, W. L. Moore, and J. South Hughey street. The curbing

o W. Graves, of Ocoee, are shipping force is at work on the curbing of this .DEPARTMENT STORE.

A "whirlwind campaign" has a ter- several car loads of watermelons ev- street and the work of paving it will ... ...

|ation somewhat similar to the re- ery day. soon commence. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
hich the small boy got from his
when he asked the -Q-- The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
very simple WANTED small second hand iron 100 H. P. BOILERMr.

"Pa, when you raise a win- safe weighing from three to five O. L. Giles returned Saturdayfrom tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

room is full of smoke, hundred pounds. Will pay cash for Taft, where he had been en- chandise, at right prices
same. N. K. Trout, town clerk, Iait-
but: where does theeople's
land. Fla. 6-29-lt gaged in loading a large 100 horse

eyes, my power boiler, which is to be used by

The want ad.'s the thing. Reel's Laundry, of this city.




-- ._- -


Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I
;\ FOR WEEKday united in holy matrimony to Mr. L. Admission 5 Cents .' .- -, ..?
R. Trammell, of Tallahassee, a brother 11f ::- 'C, \;t
June 29. % u ;j '
the of Gov. TrammelL The parlor was + MMM 'MMlf "' \
'ishback hostess to r MM I t. : .. -' '
.latrons. pretty with many cut flowers, and the 1 t TODAY'S PROGRAM !.._'.,; '-"/":' \

in the Presbyterian par- bride, gowned in beautiful real lace 3 t Domino. "In the Warden's Gar / ...:-.t, .. ;:
.1 Yearby will entertain at.n over white charmeuse, and carrying a den." A drama, in two parts. : I I. ;
honor of Miss Edna Mor- bouquet of bride's roses, came in on Reliance. "The Man." A drama. : \:- \ s t "- -
DeLand, who is the houseof the arm of the groom, where Rev. C. Keystone.." "From Patches ta 1 nh'
Miss Guilda Ilappersett. -- -
D. Creasman, pastor of the First Bap- .
Be sure and see this Keystone com-
Alma Wednesday DeLaney, June will 30.entertain tist church, spoke the solemn words Paramount Pictures Corporation edy, as it is an extra good one.
Bachelor that made them man and wife. Presents Five cents to all. i
Girls at 10 a. m. ... y 'L'd
J. II. Reese will entertain the "BOOTLES' BABY"A .
Matrons Card Club at the
.oof sung Garden. SOLDIERS OF Three Reel Feature. !attractive daughter of Hon. R. F.

Thursday, July 1. THE KING. I Burford; will arrive in the city today ENGAGEMENT RINGS AND OTHER THINGSWe

abscription dance at Country Club. Last Sunday the Lake Dot Sunday I for a visit with her friend, Miss:: Hal-I
specialize in engagement rinjrs. We also make a featureof
she Kil Kare Klub will meet with
school gave an entertainment enti- he Ley, at the Methodist parsonage.
Mrs. J. F. Allen at her home, Xo. wedding rings. As this is the season for holiday jewelry,
tled "Soldiers of the King. The chil- -0-
10 Gould street.INTERESTING f thoughtful people are making early selections l because first choiceis
dren put the work on beautifully and Mrs. J. D. Barnes and children will
CIVIC LEAGUE did credit to the training of Miss\ leave tomorrow for Wilson, N. C, I best. r 5.

:MEETING YESTERDAY. I Fay Vaughn, their teacher.A where they will spend the remainder tj
"Orlando First" is the new mottoof number of beautiful songs were of the summer months. ,
the Woman's Civic League, pre- I sung, the members of the school be- I : Ib dI

sented at the regular meeting of that ing assisted by several singers from Want anything? Ask for it through I I :( -1

body held in the Sorosis Club rooms the churches of the city. Sentinel "Wants."

yesterday afternoon, by Mrs. Fred- Dr. Ley gave a short talk, after GOING: TO DO A LITTLE DECORATING
eric Bellows who was chairman of which silver offering was taken for I

the special committee appointed to the benefit of the proposed chapel. FIELD'STODAY on the "Fourth?" If so, get your
make a selection from those proposed.In paints and brushes from us. This is
the absence of the president;, Mrs. LEAVE FOREXPOSITION. "THE MAN ON THE CASE" also the best time of year to paint
house. We shield all
Helen Ensign presided, and a meetingof Another Three Reel Feature.An your tomers against inferior paints our cus-and

the executive board preceded that Mrs. Mary Cates and Miss Elizabeth unusual combination Photo- ;_ 7 have been doing it for years. What's
of the general league. Boyd, have gone to Jacksonville play. I 1 '1 ii the size of your house? Guess it ,.,,_
The treasurer's report was heard, I where they will be joined by a party t'a won't take much.COLEMAN .

J' and showed a balance of $231.41 in I Hof friends bound for San Francisco b ____ __ ___ ___
the bank. The minutes were read, i|to attend the Panama-Pacific Exposi- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
and later reports were heard from the j tion. They will stop at several placesof t + PEACH
various committees. Mrs. L. G. Star- interest on their way to the Coast { r } 1 = I. 205 S. Orange Avenue:

buck, corresponding secretary, read a city. CHOCOLATE
Phone 261
letter from the Annie Coleman Chap- -- -- VANILLA & RHAN
ter of the U. D. C. saying that no POPULAR GAMES.
Tennis is favorite PINEAPPLE -- ---- ------- ---
action would be taken now on the a pastime of the
i I
suggestion that the Confederate mon- young people of this city since schoolis : EXECUTIVE OF STATE WILL DELIVER )MASSACHUSETTS WILL
10 cents 20 cents
ument be moved to Eola park. It was over. The courts in Orlando can be ADDRESS SUNDAYB. BUILD

decided that five dollars per month be seen in use almost every afternoonand
Coming Thursday and Friday:
pledged to the Associated Charities. a great interest is being taken in Our trade famous II.
on our Belisario announced yester- Dr. M. B. Swift, of Fall River,
Interest in the league work continues -! the game. OPERA CO. day that Gov. Park Trammell would Mass., has purchased a lot on Hill-

despite the warm weather, and j -- Something New for you. CLUB SANDWICHEShas be in Orlando Sunday, July 4; and crest avenue next to W. M. Lege and

f four new members were announced. WITH :MRS. COLEMAN\ increased 25 per cent within would deliver an address before the will commence the erection in the 1
( The next meeting will be held at four WEDNESDAY.The "Cooler than the Coolest Spot in I
Woodmen of the World at the unveil- very near future of a handsome win-
o'clock the last : in Twentieth Century Club will Town." the last 30
on Monday July. days.
of the four
ing monuments mem- ter home. While Dr. Swift is in Orlando -
meet with Mrs. W. S. Coleman
on ory of departed members of the or- he is the guest of Geo. E. No-
PLEASING BIRTHDAY Wednesday, June 30th, at three-thirty ganization. The other speaker for lan.
o'clock, at No. 7 East Gore
avenue. the day will be Major C. H. Dame, of

just entering her 'teens, celebratedthe
event yesterday afternoon by hav- OF INTEREST. UNTIL 12 P.M.
ing a number of friends gather at her Deaconess E. L. Ridgely, who has MEETING TODAY Orlando Fire Department chose

home on East Juckson street to help been viiting her sister, :Mrs. W. E. L. TODAY"A 8:30 o'clock last evening for its semi-
her in making the occasion a merry Sperry, left with Mrs. Sperry to visit The board of governors of the As- monthly fire drill. When Chief Dean

one. About a dozen young people Deaconess Parkhill at Orlando. They sociated Charities will hold its reg- was asked if it were customary to
Come in and snook around bit.
tended, and spent the afternoon at-I spent a very pleasant two days in LIFE IN THE BALANCE" ular meeting this afternoon. drill after dark he said it was.

many delightful ways. The young I the beautiful interior town. Miss
hostess served cream and cake during Ridgely then went North where she Complete in two parts. A Fea- ..

the afternoon. The birthday cake was will visit numerous places, and sail ture. King Baggot.

beautifully decorated with 13 candles. from San Francisco for her field of FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAl

Many pretty presents were presentedto work at Ichang, China, on July 31st.

the honoree, and after a most en- :Mrs. Sperry returned to Delray on MARY FULLERIN

joyable afternoon the children, having Friday.-Delray Progress. Established 1886
wished their friend many happy -

returns of the day, departed. I Miss Guttridge, the accomplished "THE JUDGMENT OF MEN""THE
-0- i daughter of Rev. C. E. Guttridge, of

TRAMMELli-BOND I Oviedo,.has accepted a responsible CURTIS & O'NEAL
WEDDING AT LAKE CITY. position as head of the millinery department -
Lake City, Fla., June 26.The I of the Dickson-Ives store,

home of :Mrs. M. C. Moore, on Her- J and will make her home with Mrs.S. PREDICAMENT"Max .

nando street, in this city, was th S. E. Shuping, on Lake street. INSURANCE LOANS
Asher, Gale Henry Wm.
scene of a very interesting wedding -0- ,

this afternoon at 6 o'clockhen her Miss Mary Burford, of Ocala, the Franey.

daughter, Mrs. Daisy Bond, was (Continued in fourth column) REAL ESTATE RENTALS

--- -


. ,

Don't fail to see "Under the
For Sale
Crescent," Thursday night.A .

House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price
. Dress Pattern given awayat

. S nine o'clock tonight. $4500.00. A bargain.

,' PUREST [ diilII( 10 cents 5 cents -

Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.



StationaryUSE _

GOOD STATIONERY Trunks, Bags and

a Good Taste

t Suit Cases
It is just as necessary to use stylish Stationary as it
is to wear stylish clothe

Your letters are judged by the paper you usk. VANILLA

If you will try our Symphony Lawn Box P:zjr you that are distinctive = y
will be satisfied. i.
We have it by the pound, 50c., and envelopes to
best yet is that Baltimore Linen, 25c. the pound,
and envelopes lOc. 15 cents

Special agent for the Parker Lucky Curve Pen-

never leak.MERCK'S. .
i BANANA SPLIT, 20 centsA i

( Cold Meal) ;: .

REXALL STORE The Hardware StorI =>

PHONE 68 ,.



> :"i
\\1 1F




I :: ELi : Gem! Yes
D. C tread B. Gillespie and J. R. Copeland, New York.-Appointment of a receiver -
', newspaper acct fo the t Replying to a question in of the Alabama Paving company, of for the Florida Railway com- .
STal Lieut. Gen. Birmingham, who are engaged in the I Gem !
ect that the United S s Depart parliament pany is sought in a bondholders' suit
men of Agricultural is oi7erlng $10- j 5ka, the war minister, stated recent- building of the brick road from Or- filed today in the federal district f !

000 reward to the person finding a ly that the Japanese had sold $12- lando to the Osceola county line, were court by Carl J. Sauer of Elizabeth, a We have it in a sweet

passenger or "wood" pigeon nest con- ,500,000 worth of arms to one of the visitors in the city on Tuesday. N. J., and others. Other refendantsto feed that's ALL "
taining two eggs, resulted in hun- .friendly countries in Europe, but that They were here to look over ,the the suit are the Columbia Trust V/I.O s J

dreds of letters being sent to the De he was not in a position to give the specifications and prepare their bid company, the Suwanee & San Pedro By-Products. ,

partment. The report is not based exact number of the arms sold' as it for the paving of the road in Osceola Railway company, the Live Oak & ,. See that sample of
the has of- concerned the military secrets of that county from the Kissimmee city limits i ,
upon facts as Department I Gulf Railway company, the St. Ma- WHEAT in our display
fered no such reward, and there is country. to the county line to join the Or- I I ry's, Suwanee & Gulf Railway company -
every reason to believe the passen- The army has also received an or- ange county road, which the county the Florida Construction & P, a case! It will please you. t

ger pigeon which formerly roamed der from a friendly country for arms, commissioners have decided to pave. I I Realty company, and the Union Trust
the country in flocks of millions is and the authorities instructed the Mr. Copeland stated that the Or- Company of Florida. The Produce Co.
extinct. la 1910 about $1,000 in rewards -)Taihei company to supply the demand. ange county road, now completed to ;I The complainants allege that the i ii '
offered by Clark University Besides, $4,000,000 worth of wool and the railroad this side of Taft, wouldbe I i has failed to interest
were iI i railway company pay W. S. DeWITT M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
for the first undisturbed nests ofj$3,500,000 worth of boots are to be finished within the next six weeksas I[t since July 1, 1913, on a $2,500- :
the passer.ger pigeon to be found in I*sold to a certain country, and these there are now only about three 1000 bond issue of July 1, 1909, and
the United States. This was a great:orders will have been executed by October miles and a half' yet to pave. For the i that through the failure of the Union ;

stimulus to action. The hunt for this j next.ARIEXIAXS. last few days the rord gang has been Trust company to qualify as trustee ';

pigeon was fruitless. The offer of rewards j making excellent progress, he says, the bondholders are without a trustee I Ij I
was renewed for several years ; BEG WILSON TO and has been going along at the rate to protect their interests or enforce j
until it was fully established that the I STOP TURK MASSACRES of a mile in five days. their rights. I
pigeon wad extinct. I These two gentlemen are well The participation of the other defendants -(
The passenger pigeon up to 1885 Boston, :Mass.-A telegram from known in Kissimmee, having been in in financial transactions with

ranged the American continent east of the Armenian colony at Sofia was received charge of the work when the city the Florida Railway company resulted -

the Rocky mountains. The mourningdove today by the Hairenik, an Ar- streets were paved several years ago. in their being included in the suit. reduce our stock as much as

has often been mistaken for the j!menian newspaper, and was forwarcl- Mr. Copeland says that it is alwayshis Judge Hand appointed William B.
passenger pigeon, which in a general i ed to President Wilson. The telegramsays policy where possible to employ Winslow, a lawyer of this city, as receiver much as possible by the 15th, will

way it resembles. However, this bird f : labor in the town or county in whichhe of the railway company, undera give a
is quite distinct from the passenger "The Armenian massacres in Tur- is working and that if he is suc- $50,000 bond.BUYERS .

pigeon; it is shorter and has different i key continue systematically. The lives essful in getting the contract here Discount of 25 Per Centoff
ent color markings.The I of the exiled 400 Armenian leadersare Le will follow out this idea.- *sim- AND SELLERSI

press reports states that the I' in grave danger. The American mee Valley Gazette. our regular cash price on any

now extinct passenger pigeon waj j[ambassador at Constantinople de- buy, sell rent, and exchange real ,
valued because of its usefulness in destroying j|clares that he has no authority to Whenever you want the best and estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., goods in store.
the gipsy moth and other make energetic representations. Beg choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox over 30 years. Have handled over
on Church street and your order will $20,000,000. Call and see me. I
moths and pests which are doing mil of President Wilson to instruct the
:I. be promptly filled. 6-22-tf 110-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
lions of dollars of damage. Althoughthe ambassador to protest officially Ii i
preservation of this pigeon is I I against the unheard-of crimes of the llammond&Gore
), : .... vl :-'= 'II!! I
much to be desired, it would be absolutely -I I Sublime Porte. II II I

no value in eliminating the I' I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
gipsy moth as the pigeons are almost BRITAIN TO TAKE INVENTORYOF --J II
s entirely l vegetarian in their diet. I'I HER NATIONAL RESOURCES .w. I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.

s s. s s s s s s s a s s s s s s s t. 1 ...

I SUES FOR FALL FROM TREE I I London.-Now that the agitation I -

I I for munitions is at its height, England ; Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
Bridgeport,Conn.-Fifteen year is going to take stock of her re 4 !
s old Addison L. Ferris, of Stam- sources. A bill providing' for "the ; j I :_

ford, who fell from a cherry tree, I I registration of national resources" is v

wants $50,000 damages. He has to be introduced in'the house of com- J .

brought suit through a guardian .1 mons next week by Walter Hume \ I II1

af law against Harriet K. Miller I Long, president of the local govern- .-., CAREY HANDFUNERAL
of Stamford, on whose property ment board, according to an an- '

the tree stands. nouncement made tonight by William

Addison says he was told to Hayes Fisher, Unionist member for DIRECTOR :
climb the tree June 29, 1914. and Fulham. tlllu.i/hU111/1 N '

pick cherries. A branch broke, Just what will be the scope of the AND EMBALMERAll
threw him to the ground and inventory and whether it will include

fractured his spine. He says the r men as well as supplies has not been A NEW OPPORTUNITYfor
S tree owner should have warned -
made known.
him of "the dangers incident fo I for the Man Woman who says, calls answered Promptly Day i j

sssss..ssss.ssss.the work, of gathering cherries." DUTCH STEAMER SUNK Now" if I only had a Typewriter!" or Night. Hand Block. .

I OU know how fast the dates grow ol\ on your ought-to-be-aniwered letters.
r' London.-A Stockholm dispatchsays When you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it is usually
FRANCE NOTIFIES WASHINGTON the Netherlands steamer Ceres, case of the Spanish"Manana"-tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which Orlando Florida.PHONE .
OF PASSPORT from Amsterdam for Lulea, Sweden makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving. It is not a large ,
Remington business pewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.It .
RESTRICTIONS has been sunk by a mine near Soder- is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres- 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
hamn, in the Gulf of Bothnia. The pondence. And its price is only $50.00. Here at last is the high-class., home
Washington, D. C.-Official noticeof crew was saved. machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter. f A
--- ----- --
France's decision to withhold pass- Don't pen it-type it -

ports hereafter from Americans of YOU WILL BE A LONG TIME EVERY phase of modern life has its busiInk Marathon to a type-clicking: hundred-
German origin reached the state department DEAD. Get some comfort out of .In writjn .especiaUy,it pays yard-dash. And cleanly typed pages score
to be business-like. Maybe you are secretary with the"prof."
today. It is understood that life while you are living. An easy of a club lodge or society. Take the Ministers.authors anrt newspaper men
cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word" tiles
fairly to The Orlando Meat MarketT.
officials are looking into treaties porch swing will do it. $2.50 at
pre- op a chair. In a jiffy you can type the notices their fingertips when teyt.t..ton an easy-
paratory to determining what course Tracy & Moore's. 18 East Church St. letters.of meetings Its clean records clear typewritten of minutes.or work Junior.running typewriter the Remington

shall be takeji. j 6-2S-6t: bas the"bundred- ol1ar"look. And do not overlook the important business A. YANCY, Manager
If you are a committee chairman. type advantage of making carbon copies
your reports on the Remington Junior. of everything you write. You need never
Theywill race through the machine to the say."I don't remember what I wrote."
t .. merry music of the type.Vithnoextraeffort.theRemington Junior Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Students in high school and college can will give you neat clear-cut duplicates
chance"paper"writing from the peaandwhenever you wish. i Florida and Western Meats .

Something New in Typewriters-the

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
'. / JL I
RetningtonJUNIO I Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

PHONES J Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
I \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. '
THIS rampart machine is not tynippwl with $5' on down and the name amount each month.
1 theattarhmentsorce..arytothethu.elirm-; > $.tiWonl.tothepurcha.eprice.I
ss 'ea Ington u..n.-aty1wante.t the Keminmon Hrrrt.r"nrfir-tohpmnnrtrtoharaaatnsrJunior .
Nmplr a fallinauipr< hunw-k-rter lut..17 ir'lt.Krach. personal ty{aewriter
$80.50JACKSONVILLE $89.00 $ 8.93 tenting anil maDu"l"nJ.tiDIl mat'bine >'or th<" you will find its everyday uses anbnnkl..t.. 1 xi t wait In.-.nate .
If you have mmrdiate.venting 10 do>.crud usit !
TAV.PA 1'\1\! > ( orMIpif'S little space nn your d..k. It.i. SIlOInes: h.cheek ur mommy order and swwilt 1 \i
tiltht.You"anpllymm.ei\J.lao.opl. .end you the I..minjlton Junior at oars. lien I 1I
lon will find it a"pwl.time-iacing investment you ran.... for vou..lf h..a"on y.m l..rn to I
for yc.urv4fant.thrrmemlwnofroarramily nt. rapl"ly. it'.tslit totrtur..itaftrrI'
RhTC&"lI who ha'.erltm... to do Ion will find it aa darrtnai.ycwmaydnw,, Kesillrrfuudyuurecwlient l
I educator for your children. 5(1l.lrw the.-irvaporiin.'u ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
rmo the Great California I I you lheltemin.t.'n.luniori.thehomrtypewrlter haws been waitinnfor. OnrtemmareCl.(O ins Krmrmhrr.lheKemiuasmJnncrisagenu-darahle Ketnintfton trl..wntrrcarryingSaab.
I l ExpositionsFrcpor'I I I'' .or if lOG prefer the Easy raiment, plan the iron
;L,7:;tz n.t.>from a!! intcrmcHliate points tit; >p-ovcr privileges Remington Typewriter CompanylixxupcnXd
"iro"k. a:1l: 1 free side trip b San Dicjo from L >s Angeles.: 226 West Bay Street( ] I SHEET METAL CO. A

Direst and diverse routes by way of New Orleans, St. Louis and t JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA .
Chicago. Go one way and return another. Fast through trains and I( Fill in the attached ClJIIPOn. address i
Personally conducted tours. .11-1.,111 t"day r a..are_cl"'P sOr gamyart ___a____ Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos

1 SUMMER EXCURSIONS InM! l 11\a ep ______ .. .
? and Rubber
I Company send me.... cb"rype.riter Roofings
_,pof that 1 JI1 at JOG will I

trains daily South Atlantic Limited to Louisville and Cincin- 1te Din dl\' dove Janke ton bE'1'1'.ith'TipeF' It-U CE'n' tnip;. ', \,and a
nati,Dixie Flyer to Chicago, Montgomery Route Express to Memphis ...h :;' rr6_'rto pu. for IC a I
and St. Louis New Orleans Special to Mobile and :New Orleans. [aloud, to n the D> meuta of s.OO: the pemina 0Otp.OD.
ID paf of of II Works: 14 E. Church St. - loice of routes, superb steel trains and superior service are L. &:N. .In oathlt c\d11&full deecriPon I
atures. Many others make this road a favorite with travelers. For .bOOklet I
Iryesn r.v
lutes, reservations, literature, etc., 'phone, wire or write to nay: .

fi. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent Louisville and Naihrille Railroad I P -

134 West Bay Street (Bell 'Phone 167) Jacksonville, Florida I J Try a Sentinel Want ABiltllMMIIIIIIittliilliililllililttlilMlllttttttittittititi -

-- -- ---
-- -- -- -- --- - -- -- -- -
-- -
iittiitlltllMltllllltttlllllllllllltllllMlllllllllllllllti MIIMIilMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMiniillllllMMMMHM


fromDISTILLED Manufactured fromDISTILLED


And And .





mm ii i ii if unit nitashngton


I -
"- -

-. .'


h r T ::t n and shin;LesA SENTINEL-


Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want
ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando.
I Term. Cash in Advance.

Cemeni Agate Plaster and Lime RATES

For One Day ______________25tFor
Three Days ____________50c
For Six Days _______________75c
For One :---------$2a0 DAY .
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less If the ad contains -
more than 25 words the rate I
will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each in- THIS WEEKAT I
sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to
GAS In the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
Do You Have counts payable opened the'following by telephone day.will be ARCA

t .
Every Home-Every Business!
? Every Man has use for a MRS.
Your House
I Ij Sentinel Want Ad.

,- rOK SALE Caruthers & Gore Dr. S. -
;:" ''
FOR SALE-Ford touring car. Come CHIROPl
G:: .. quick. Ford Garage. 6- 1.3tc /graduate Davenport
18 Yowell-Duckworth
'I+ 9 FOP gALE-Two Fords, late model 209. Intelligent pea
J Ap r .]t and touring car, cheap.x are being restored to hi
"I 'yide'f- 584, Orlando. G-26-Gt* practic adjustments, the
of removing the cause of

\1. ... -the Tokion jr>J.r nu Ft -Horse 293 East and Robinson wagon G-23-Ct,ave-al-. C.olollial l ] Hill iiination free.

?\you do now is the tine to buy a new RANGE or WATER FO Dark brown horse, 1-J SURVEYINGPlating -

first. h. gh, 8 years old, weighs You hear about Colonial "
I ATER-20 per centoff until July 1,000 s, sound and gentle, works and Sub-Dhidi*

If you do not now is tie time to have it put in FREE. anyw Price $150. Kichard Carter Hills. '
L: ary, Fla. 6272t'FOP. PROMPT AND ACCURA1 "'

AlJyou have to do is u> buy a RANGE" and we will run the S B OR RENT-Furnished or You read about Colo- WORK

\ unfuri Bed 7 room house; large nial Hills.
pipFREE until July first. garage; ffbuildmgs; corner lot, 62% HAL A. IRIF-
\ by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit You talk about Colo-
and flowers. 205 Liberty street.G19lmoc Civil 'Enghh
\ nial Hills. --.

'. FOR SALE Sooner or later you 47 Watkins Bldg. Orlando, Fla.
CAR. THIS IS A BAR- will buy in Colonial
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf Hills. Why not NOW!
For Eight Cylinder Cadillac

FAR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract It will give you satisfaction -,
rter mile from city limits .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
ORLAN)0 WATER & LIGHT CO I vera ne for citrus or subdivision pur-; and profit. BARNARD & SON
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
i\ 6-9-tf 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla.

ROOMS TO RENT-Nice, cool and
comfortable. Rates cheap. 301:
West street. 6-27-61*
L -
FOR for the
summer -
or by the year; cheap. T. A. G ECOINSECTICIDE The Famous Collar Moulder,
Yancey. 3-28-tfc
= a two hundred and fifty

., WANTED doller machine, for taking

"ANTED-Competent woman for saw-edges off your collar.
house work-510 W. Central Ave.

Noti --Special Sale LOST-Four diamond rings and one in and around your, houseto Orlando

sapphire ring. If found return to kill
this office and get reward. 6-24-Gt

My residence phone Is :.0. 522-R. MOTHS. MITES, ANTS AND...s
Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf ALL OTHER INSECTS f
Umbrellas recovered and repairs* GE-CO Is a stainless liquid used witha
"while you wait," at Young's Repair spray and guaranteed to do the
antinuing two Shop. 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc work. Don't set up and fight mos-
quitoes all night. Spray your room
To reduce our stock as much as possible with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have
by the 15th, will give a discount your Groceryman get it for you. Or
I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I j,of 25 per cent. off our regular cash direct if he will not supply you. Put
l j price on any goods in store-. Hammond up by the Annual Excursion[
& Gore. 6-5-tf
On all Ladies' Skirts LOST-Bunch of keys: with W. M U. lU,, FLORIDA
Ullinery, Lege on it. Return to Sentinel
Pi O. Box 285 Phone 31 2ndTO
office. Suitable reward. G-27-t July
Kimona and House DressesMen's Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com-
Hair Growing Shampoo, and Dan-
pound and keep down the dust.
druff Cure--a thoroughly tested and

Palm Beah Suits and Extra Pants at reliable hair remedy.and dandruff.Sure cure For for sale faIling at-

GREATLYREDUCED PRICES McElroy's Drug Store. 6-23-6tc Orlando Wood Yard $7.00 | $9.00

The partnership NOTICE of Davis and Manning : Removed from Pine St. two blocks I SAVANNAH I CHARLESTON
painting and decorating, has
CQ nretid look at our line been dissolved, and notice is hereby; north on Railroad, west end Washington I ROUND TRIP FARES FROM
given that W. L. Davis will not be St. Plenty of Veneer Cores ;I
liable for any debts incurred by said
< firm. W. L. DAVIS. at all times. ORLANDOAtlantic

Phone 33.3 for your fresh meats. vu
WINTE GAR )EN, FLA.FLJre Quality and service our motto. Cox's
Meat Market, Church street. 6-22-tf B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE Coast LineStandard

at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gallons -
delivered to your home. City Railroad of the South
Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-t
Tickets 0Kin Final Hm.
sold it July 14
IL; ., Creat11 During the construction of our filterin
Lake Highland it will be
necessary Good on all regular trains
to disturb the lake bottom so that it and Plants
is probable that for short periods of Steel Sleepers, Observation Cars
time the water will be more or less
muddy. This may or may not be no-
I When want PURE ICE I ticeable down town and Floral
you every precau- Designs For Information Call on
For Party tion is being taken to guard again j
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
it. We hope it will not prove objec- jI D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
you don't believe that we take -- Clubthe tionable, but if it is we trust you will! I W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
be patient, as the result will justify; OrlandoOSTEOPATH
greatest care in its manu'Ye make ou e Cream from 'he temporary inconvenience.We I
facture come up and watch us Church SocialSchool expect to have the filter com- Violet Dell Florist.
j ?Jwe it. You will be surprised test' cows. All 'eted'! by August first.ORLANDO ,. I
SocialLodge I WATER AND
cans, moulds a everything
at the care every d eta1l1s given. \ LIGHT COMPANY.
used in the manuture, of our ;-273tcRACKARD'S ;j. M. CARUTHERSPhone
Any kind you want, any time I DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
Ice Cream is thosgi hly steril- I PRESSING CLUB 509. 408 South Lake St.
you want it. In any quantity Office corner Orange Avenue and
ized. PknicOrder: i Located in the Arcade Building
from a quart up. Church St., Davis & McNeil: Bldg,
j All work guaranteed and neatly .
You are cordially invited to Phone 419.
done. Our
work is the best
inspect our factory at any Hands.Pure. 1 and our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASSPHONE

time. ', Ice Cream i I This is the place to have youJpld 375 I
] clothes made new.
uit scrubbed and pressed 75c West Jefferson Street

uit dry cleaned, pressed___GOc. Successor to

uit pressed _. ___40c.
HANDS ICE C1EAM CO. ,AU Palm Beaches scrubbed Hand Wood CompanyWood DR. L H. RAMSDELu

and pressed -------_____50_
Iohair suits pressed -_____25c. of All Kinds ORLANDO OPTOMETRIST, FLORIDA ;y
PHONE 566 W Jefferson Street We do ladies' work also. GiveS PROMPT SERVICE TFE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
a trial z.nd be convinced.
Clothes called for and delivered. R '.
Phone 613. Ifum


, t




B. Jr., is
QliFv. Magruder spending today :wt TI
in Jacksonville on business.E. .
1 1rIflLJ
Harold' Johnson left yesterdayfor j I
Tampa on a business mission for I
y the South Florida Foundry. f r

Mrs R. E. Fairbanks left yesterday -

afternoon for Jacksonville on a MAKE IT A RULE TCGO TO THE
visit to her mother, Mrs E. Hunt. .
George Davis and D. H. Paige, :of
x. Windermere, were business trans- SOME MONEY, "& IT WILL BE A
actors in Orlando yesterday.

"Let's meet at Butt's."

Miss Annie C. Perry, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. riW41
not s Henry Perry, at Conway, left yesterday -
put off for tomor- afternoon fo- Jacksonville.Miss % 1
"'hat you should do toy"for -
tomorrow never : Ruth Ley, daughter of Rev.
comes! and Mrs. J. B. Ley, left yesterday
afternoon for Tampa on a visit to her
sister, Mrs T. F. Alexander.
Doing is the great thing. The man

ho acts accomplishes. It may be Mrs. Herbert Wichtendahl, who has
been visiting relatives and friends
too late if you wait. Why not de-
near Chicago for several weeks, has
.*posit a dollar today and start on the returned home.D. WHEN YOU HAVE A BANK ACCOUfT YOU HAVE A BANK
a' acticve road to prosperity-thous- CONNNECTION. YOUR CREDIT IS BETTER. YOU HAVE

ands are traveling happily that way. B. Hodges and sister, M?< Mary, MORE CONFIDENCE AND SELF-REUNCE. IT WILL HELP
J Put aside a little a week and see how who have been visiting '. E. YOU IN EVERY WAY. .

easily, faithfully and steadily your Bailey on Hughey stij ed ASK THOSE WHO BANK WITH US HOW WE TREAT
:yesterday to their horn rd. THEM.
account grows.
Mrs. Alice Hough wit nor-
THE STATE BANKOF row for Cambridge, Oh : she 1
will spend the rem inde: heated -

Mr. and Mrs. Freemo ..Jase and
J. W. Chase, of Drennei J:re in Orlando The Peoples National{ Bant
4/ yesterday en TOUJJJJO Boston,
Mass, where they will spend: the summer. "IT IS PLEASURE 'TOSERVE YOU."

A. M. Bristol, C. W. Tompkins, and
W. A. Levis, prominent citizens of
.) prosperous Taft, were among the business -

It's An Economy To yesterday.G. transactors. visiting Orlando 1 I' . . I I111I1II*,11111 11'111111111111111111 H' 111111111111111111111111 U Il

Buy Now! N. Hendry, general manager of
the; East Coast Construction company,
V with headquarters at Cooa, returned USED CAR BARGAINS I
yesterday to his home after spending
a. couple of days in Orlando on business -

"LDEB" Mrs. W. M. Vestal, who for some :
1 Runabout overhauled reJainted
weeks has been seriously ill, has been ,
taken to St. Luke's hospital', where
: : her many friends will join with the shock absorbers
new top
Sentinel in wishing her a speedy and $ 35 0

Spring WaterIs complete recovery. fully equipped, at -

:Mrs. Laura Fraser and Miss Ruth
Fraser, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Fraser, 214 Liberty street, left Runabout Speedster. painted
Is a standard for yesterday morning for Miami, where

[.N- purity, aids diges- they sights will in spend the Magic some time City. enjoyingthe electric lights, new tires throughout. -

. tion and eliminates "Let's meet at Butt's." Fast and in per-35 0

acidity. :: :: The many friends of Mrs H. E. feet condition for
'f Hester in this city, will be glad to -
-' know that she will return to her homein
This .
; being accomplished a world of sick'ness
this city this week after an absence -
; is saved. Nature provided Spring Water of some days in Sanford looking -

and Spring Water alone for mankind and after business matters.

nothing can take its place.BEGIN Mrs. Charles Watson, formerly of \ San Juan Garage ompanyMIMMI

NOW Coleman' who has been the guest o: :
.. her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. t
A. Walters, for the past week, left I.. .. .' .. . . . . ., MiiliiMi

Wednesday for Orlando, which city is;
,-. to be her future home.-Ocala Ban-
Elder Spring Water Co. ner. I r;

ORLANDO, FLORIDA Henry Benedict 'left Sunday night THE CORPORATE J (ECUTORMost

for New York city where he will be
Phone WRIGHT, 444 met by Mrs. Benedict, who left Orlando -
some weeks since, and together persons of wealth select a torpor--..,... .
they will go to Milwaukee where they ate executor because they know it insures
will spend the remainder of the sum faithful and capable performance of the ; .
r mer. trusts they create. :

Whether the estate be large or of mod-
Y allllllllllllllllllllllllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'1. I James Roamer, one of the popularand erate size, it is to the interest of both %k b. +
efficient salesmen of the Jos. L. yourself and heirs to name this Companyas 41 '

Guernsey Hardware company, re- executor and Trustee. F
turned to the city Saturday from
Charlotte, North Carolina, where he The Records of our Trusts are convincing -
evidence of the community's confidence -
has been
spending a well earned and
in our capabilities. # .

Valuable Diamond Lost very pleasant vacation. WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ? -Kr :4i "

and Mrs. O. G. Wolcott, of
Because of the necessity for efficient ,
: Oviedo, are the happy parents of a
banking organizations to care for the fiduciary
I. .I* fine nine pound boy which the stork business, the Trust Company has developed t;
How often this appears in the newspapers, the re- : left at their home, Sunday afternoon.Mrs. in half a century, the highest type

sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry Wolcott was formerly Miss of banking institution. E _
by having it examined at our store at least once every : Quida Anderson, of this city, and
many friends will be interested in Primarily chartered to handle trusts, _
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds '
this announcement. the Trust Companies of the United States c i.
of manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch .
repairing have developed such efficiency that not one -
.... in our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's : GOOD HOUSE AT THE GRAND cent of trust funds committed to their :
profit. A trial will convince you. : Charles Chaplin, in "His Nigh care have been lost through failures. ;

:!Off," at the Grand theatre last evenI'I Have you investigated the service of s:1:1i:
ing drew a large audience. His work | this institution,
: was high class comedy and he kept
the crowd in an uproar from start to Ii
finish. There were several other good

T.D.EVANSJEWELER reels. -Doctorsliuckinaster-- -- Orlaildo n BKk Trllzt 'COM 3nY.

( & BrundiUtt! ORLANt>, FLORIDACapital

f? OSTEOPATHS and Surplus and Undivided rfts.$134,000.00. Total Resources over Three

at Personal Kirksville instruction, Mo. under Dr. Still Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paince Organization $72, 00.00.s .

132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples I
k 11 It 11 i I 11 i 1111 M 111 m 111 I 1111 M M 1111 National Bank. Phone G7;.

T ; -