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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LmIE THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 191*. NUMBER 1 IS.a .





I., GERMANS PLAN CAPTURE OF RUSSIANS; '





STARTLING CHANGE PLAN FOR MEXICO .



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THROW ALL AVAILABLEMEN WOODMEN WILL ORGANIZE 'FUNERAL OF THE LATE I REPRESENTATIVES LATIN-

AGAINST CZAR'S COLD STEEL USED FIRE DESTROYS I AMERICAN COUNTRIES

ARMIES JACOB MAYER NEXTTHURSDAY TO BE CONSULTED
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. BRITISH SUBMARINES GET BUSYTwo TO GUARD N.N.V. THIS T EVENING WINTER PARKHOME CAPERTON IS REORGANIZING HAITI



German Vessels and One Will Get Leaders of Warring
PLANTS LOCAL CAMP TO HAVE LIV- INTERMENT WILL BE IN
Destroyer Sunk Yesterdayby Factions Together and At-
EST ORGANIZATION IN CATHOLIC CEMETERY

the Undersea THE STATE THIS CITY tempt to Bring Order

Fighters SERIOUS RIOTING AT MAS- PRETTY PROPERTY OF THE Out of Chaos \

SINA FOLLOWING WALKOUT Members of Old Orlando Band LAWRENCES BURNED Prominent Orlando Resident
London, Aug. 2. An announcementby 2. The Mexican
Washington, Aug. -
Will Join-All Musicians Who Died Yesterday of
the admiralty tonight tells of the SATURDAY SUNDAY problem took an entirely new and
sinking of a German torpedo boat de- Invited to Meeting at Heart Failure Leaves most significant turn today when the

stroyer by a British submarine off the 7:30 at City Hall Large FamilyThe following statement was given out by
TWO MEN KillED AND SIX INJURED OTHER LIVE WINTER PARK NEWS I
German coast and of the torpedoingof the state department this evening:
in the Sea All of Orlando's musically inclined funeral of the late Jacob
two merchant steamers "Thursday evening there will be a

of Marmora by another British sub- I Governor Whitman Calls Out residents are invited to attend the or- Woodmen of the World Organ- Mayer, who died of heart disease at conference at the state department to t

marine. ganization meeting of the Woodman 2:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon, will consider the Mexican situation. Those

Soldiers After Sheriffs and band and orchestra which will take ized a Camp at the College be held Thursday morning at the taking part in the conference will be

London, Aug. 2.-The Germans are Deputies Fail to Quell place at the city hall this evening at City Last Tuesday- Catholic church. Although Mr. Mayer the ambassadors from Brazil, Argentine

renewing their efforts to encircle Ver- the Disturbance 7:30 o'clock. Thirty or more have Other Items had been a sufferer from this diseasefor Chile, and the three ranking

dun, and fresh attacks have been signified their intention of joining the several years his case was not ministers of three other southern republics -
organization and it is hoped that thought to be specially serious at this .
flooded the
made during which they namely these Bolivia, Uru-
'.Early
Massina, N. Y., Aug. 2.-A cordonof Winter Park, Fla., Aug.
more will be at the meeting this time and the sudden death came as a
French trenches with many .
burning liquids, and Guatemala."As
cold steel surrounds the works of Sunday morning :Mr.: Freeman Hunterwas guay
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evening to help the good cause along. distinct shock to his acquaintances.Since
which methods
by they gained some the Aluminum Company of America awakened and discovered the to the details which will be
The Orlando band, the best organ- his coming to Orlando a few
ground. considered, nothing be said at 1
can
tonight where three companies of house just south of his home to be i
Despite the reports by the Russians the ization of its kind in the state, was years ago Mr.\ Mayer had been prom- present, as the conference will be en'j
fire.
state troops are guarding plant on
that the Germans have still further recently forced to disband. A number inently connected with the businesslife tirely confidential." t
who the Law-
of strikers
against the attacks The property belongs to
f weakened their front in the west in here since of the members of this band have of Massachusetts, and of the community. lie was the It is believed here that the conference .
have been rioting Saturday rence family
order throw all of their decided to join the Woodman band, organizer and one of the owners of *
called for
tit to men possi- afternoon following the walkout of has; been occupied by Rev. C. T. Doug- has been ,one of four
ble into the effort to bag the Russian and it is hoped that all of them will the popular Mayer Candy company, : '
1,000 men. Two men have been killed lass, pastor of the Baptist church, purposes
army developments today indicate enter. The new organization is designed and invested heavily in Orlando and First, in order that the United .1*
his vacation.
and a half dozen have been injured who is away on
that the Teutons are on the verge of seriously. to take the place of the old The fire was under such headway Orange county realty. His loss will States may lay before the Central and .1

serious fresh activity in the west. Automobiles one, and with the strong backing couldbe be a sad one, not only for the familyof South American governments the fact y
have been held and when discovered that nothing
up which it will have from the Woodmen loved ones who survive him, but that it be t
possibly a necessityfor
the occupants beaten and innocent bystanders saved. It will mean quite a severe may
there is it should not for all of those who in the pursuit of
London Aug. 2.-The Germans are no reason why this government to send a column ?
i have been made the target loss to Dr. Douglass.No had occasion
rapidly closing in upon Warsaw and I do even better. be for the business or pleasure to to the relief of Mexico City, primarilyto
for volleys of bricks hurled by the infuriated cause can assigned .
further successes attended their efforts Upon entering the Woodman band make his acquaintance.Mr. keep the lines of communicationopen.
been for
vacant
mob in its desperate resist- fire, the house having .
to trap the Russian armies and orchestra the members who are Mayer\ is survived by his wife, .
ance to Sheriff Day, his deputies, and several weeks.
which are retiring on Brest and Lit- not already affiliated with the local Henkel returned from six sons, and three daughters, as fol- Second, to submit to the Latinv
the soldiers sent here by Gov. Whit- )Ir. T. M.
lodge will be given the customaryW. lows: Sylvester, Earl, Walter, Paul
vosk while Mitau has been occupiedto and American republics a suggestion thata j
when tonight the backbone of his trip to Pennsylvania Virginia
man, 0. W. examination and those who Vincent Gerald, Mrs. Albert Scheppof
the north. General Von Macken- joint and final appeal be made to i
the strike was broken, the only hostility other Northern places Saturday night
sen's advance in the south constitutes pass will at once be admitted to mem- found Denver, Colo., and the Misses\ An- the :Mexican: factions to get together _!
occurring today being an exchange looking as if he had good pas-
|'Y ,a distinct menace to the Russian cen- bership. Those who on account of away. toinette and Leah Mayer of this city. and obviate the necessity of intervene ".:
while
of shots between the rival fac- ture
ter which is retreating as rapidly as youth are barred from taking the ex-
back in the
tions of men.WOOD. Mr.\ Chas. Ramsey is tion.Third <
BUNDLE FOR
the insufficient railroad facilities will amination will be admitted as hon- after home folks in STORK LEAVES to consider the advisability
bank visiting
permit upon the second line of de- FOR GOVERNOR orary members, and upon reachingthe Kentucky.Mrs. MR. AND MRS. DEL MASON of recognizing the Carranza faction

fense proper age will be examined and W. L. Bane is visiting rela- and extending to it the moral supportof
Official advices tonight indicate entered as regular members of the Mr. and Mrs. Del Mason are the both North, Central and South
the old home in
friends
Announcement was made yesterdaythat tives and at
that a majority of the Russians local camp of Woodmen.Mr. happy parents of a baby girl, born America.
F. A. Wood banker of St. Petersburg Ohio.
a -
around Warsaw-are in grave peril of I B. H. Belisario, the popular dis- Monday morning at eleven o'clock. Fourth, to consider a plan for future ,
home from
Prof. and Mrs.
and member of the recent Pope are
being cut off.INVESTIGATING. trict organizer of the W. O. W., is Mrs. Mason is the daughter of Mr. action, looking toward the set-
legislature, would make the race for their visit North and getting ready
W. C. of Winter
pushing the new proposition for all and Mrs. Temple tlement of Mexico's affairs, which has
for school work in Rollins.
governor. he is worth and predicts that it will Park. Wilson but
SCHOOL FACILITIES The grand stand on the Rollins been devised by President ,
prove a great success. Since com- made .
not yet public.Washington
athletic field has been torn down and

MRS. GEO. ABBOTT DEAD mencing work in this district a few is to be replaced by a new one. THEATRE WINTER HAVENNew -
months Mr. Belisario has added 2.-Admiral Ca-
Mr. J. G. McNeal, a well known citizen ago Among other vacationists, Mr. and Aug.

U of Sebring, visited Orlando yes- close to two hundred names to the Mrs. C. H. Ward are at Demorest perton, who is controlling the Republic

terday for the purpose of getting in Well Known Winter Resident of roster of the local camp of Woodmenand Ga., Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hale and fam- Doors of Hayti with United States marines .
Playhouse Opens
proposes to raise the total enrollment to evolute order
began today
touch with the educational facilities
of Orlando Passes Awayat ily, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Parker, Mr.
to five hundred in the near With Appropriate Ceremoies of the chaos thereby
with the view of moving here in or- Gordon and family, and Mr. Keezel out now existing
Pocona Lake' Preserve future. Last Evening at I endeavoring to the warring
der to give his children the benefit of and family are at the coast. get

good scools. When seen at the At- Summit, Pa. The laundry building is finally set- Live Little City factions together. Secretary of the

lantic Coast Line just before his departure -I BASEBALL RESULTS tled and the new brick block of W. H. Navy Daniels announced that Caperton -

for his home in Polk county, Word was received in Orlando yes- Schultz is going up rapidly. Winter Haven, Fla.-The new had appointed a commission for

Mr. McNeal had not reached a de- terday of the death of Mrs. George National League With the new brick front on the Grand theatre will throw open its that purpose.

cision in regard to coming to Orlando, Abbott at Pocona Lake Preserve, Cincinnati 0, Brooklyn 4. garage on the building line estab- doors to the public tonight with a The commission is composed of all

but if the school question is the only Pocona Summit, Pa., at 3:30 o'clock Chicago 4, Philadelphia 1. lished some years ago by the council feature attraction under the auspicesof the prominent Haytine politicians.'

obstacle in the way of his locating in yesterday afternoon. Pittsburgh-Boston, rain. there remains only a'few of the older the woman's civic league. The Admiral. Caperton reports that Portau

the best town in Florida, we hope he Mrs. Abbott was one of Orlando's St. Louis-New York, today's game buildings out near the sidewalk. We Winter Haven band will give a con- Prince is being "controlled without r

will come right along with his esti- most prominent winter residents, hav- played Sunday. understand some of these will be cert at 7:15 at the entrance and the any difficulty," but he says that many

,_- mable family, as Orlando has educa- ing spent the tourist season here fora American League moved back to conform to the new Whitehair orchestra will furnish the citizens are retaining their arms, not-

.-. ''1.jtional facilities that are unequalled number of years. The news of her Boston 3, Detroit 5. building line and probably in time all music during the evening. The inte- withstanding the demand that they be

by any place of its size in the South. death came as a shock to many Or- Philadelphia 3, Cleveland 4. will be "lined up." rior will be effectively decorated with given up.Kew .

lando friends who had not heard of Washington 5, St. Louis 1. President W. T. Blackman and fam- the club colors, yellow and green, and

REAL ESTATE BANK her illness. New York 3, Chicago 2. ily were in town Saturday lookingover all the details will be carefully arranged York.-Luis Cabrera, ministerof
Three children will mourn this lov- i finance in the Carranza cabinet
Federal League some of the improvements. His by the woman's civic league. ,
A Real Estate Bank covers a field I ing mother-Mrs. C. D. Christ of this Chicago 2, Newark 3. arrived here today from Vera Cruz.
not usually covered by the regular brother, Rev. Blackman, of Miami, is
commercial banking institution and city, Mr.\ George Abbott Jr., and Miss\ St. Louis 5, Buffalo 6. visiting the Wekiwa ranch and Win- EDITOR GLENN AND WIFE GO His mission according to recent reports -

those interested in the organization of I I Ruth Abbott, both of Moorestown, Kansas City-Baltimore, rain. ter Park. TO NEW YORK FOR OUTINGMr. from Vera Cruz, is to arrange

such an enterprise can confer with N. J.NEW. Pittsburgh-Brooklyn, rain. for the printing of 250,000,000 pesos
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Halverstadtand
Mr. A. B. Cook at the St. Charles hotel -
or at his temporary office No. 30, Southern League sons are spending their vacationat and Mrs. W. M. Glenn left yesterday paper money recently authorized by
Watkins block. With a capital of VARIETY SWEET POTATO Memphis 11, Birmingham 3. their former home and attending morning over the Atlantic the Carranza government and also to

$25,000 owned entirely by local investors FOR FLORIDAH. Little Rock 3, New Orleans 2. i the Northfield Institute, where Rev.G. Coast Line for Sanford, where they confer with Secretary Lansing at

itable and, this useful bank service can perform-better a prof-thana Chattanooga Mobile:: 2. Campbell Morgan\ whom they made the trip down the picturesqueSt. Washington. Whether Carranza had

building? and loan company-to the W. Lane, a resident of Brooks- Atlanta-Nashville, rain. greatly admire, is to lecture for a sea- Johns river to Jacksonville. To- authorized him to ask recognition of
community.It's ville, Fla., passed through Gaines- day they will sail on one of the Clyde the United States he would not say.

city and function farm loans is a handle not handled a class by of I I ville Saturday on his way to Windsor, STEAMER WITH CARGO OF SULPHUR -: son.Mr.:: J. M. Brady, of Orlando, and Line steamships for New York, where

the average commercial bank, make I N. C. While here he took occasion to GOES ASHORE :Mr.: C. E. McDonald, of Sanford as- they will) spend several days and then INSCRIPTION ON COFFIN OF I'

income investments, buy first mort- tell everybody he could about the sisted by neighbors from Orlando, instituted visit several resorts in the Empire BECKER REMOVEDNew

gages and bonds, etc. As a rule, the wonderful merits of a new kind of Bath, Maine.\ The sulphur-laden' a camp of Modern Woodmenof State. -

and commercial insurance banks men, real are estate glad to agents note, sweet potato he is endeavoring to in- steamer Frieda, from Sabine, Texas, America in Winter Park Tuesday York, Aug. 2.-The police, it
troduce to the farmers of Florida. lIe for :Maine: FRANK'S HEAD IS BRACED was announced yesterday, had had removed -
the establishment of a real estate Searsport, went ashore in night. A list of officers will be given 1
bank. Without too much expense and j[calls it the North Carolina Yellow a dense fog today on Seguin Island, next week. from the coffin of Charles tI

red tape it handles many propositions';|Bark, and claims for it the merit of off the mouth of the Kennebec river. Miss\ Mattie May Harris, who has Milledgeville, Ga.-Leo M. Frank's Becker.a silver plate placed there by i
which are not handled by a building being marketable at the North. It is The vessel head has been placed in metal sur- his widow, on which was inscribed the i
and loan and investment companies. was so firmly groundedthat been in Rochester, N. Y., in hospital
r I a well known fact that the taste of the chances of floating her without training and visiting relatives and gical braces forcing his head to the charge that the former police lieutenant j

McCRACKEN ADDS TO EQUIPMENT the Northern people prefers the dry, assistance were considered slight. I friends in the old North Carolina% left side, that side of his neck being electrocuted Friday, was "mur-

mealy sweets grown in Jersey to the The crew of about thirty men was home, returned home Saturday. slashed by a convict fifteen days ago. deredby Governor Whitman." Mrs.

I I jucier kind produced here in Florida. reported safe on board. I Contractor Pranpe is at work on anew It will be a month doctors state, be- Becker was informed that the inscrip- i

In line with his persistent policy of lie says this new kind of potato "just i cottage for Dr. Trovillion just fore Frank is able to leave the hospitaL tion was a criminal libel on the gov-

doing everything possible to make his suits the Yankee taste." If that is OLDFIELD SHATTERS RECORD west of his home. The braces were necessary to ernor and was prevailed upon to per- J

place of business the, most attractive I I true, and it is a good producer, the Cleveland. 0.-Four world's auto- I prevent the stitches tearing out and mit its removal. J

refreshment parlor in the city Roy farmers who grow them will alwaysbe mobile records' for a dirt track were WHERE THE STORK STOPPEDThe to hold the wound together so that it

McCracken has just added five beauti- able to find a good market for shattered by Barney Oldfield in an I will heal. TRAINING SHIP LEAVES

ful glass topped mahogany tables to them and at remunerative prices.- exhibition here today. The new rec- home of Dr. and Mrs J. L.

his already excellent equipment. After Gainesville Sun. ords are: One mile, 461-3 seconds; I Dean, 601 East Central avenue, was THE WEATHER. Charleston, S. Argentine train- I
President Sarmiento left this
today patrons of the business will three miles 2:253-5; four miles 3:13 i visited by the stork yesterday morning ing ship

be greeted with an artistic sign displaying When you need a new record come 3-5 and five miles 4:031-5. The former I leaving a fine ten pound girl. For Florida: Partly cloudy today morning for Norfolk,where it will '

the name of the proprietorover and hear the Columbia at Curtis &: mark held by Oldfield was 46 3-5 I The happy parents are receiving the and Wednesday; probably showers in proceed to the Azores. The cruise is

the doorway. O'Neal's music store. seconds. Disbrow held the others. congratulations of their many friends. peninsula; moderate shifting winds. scheduled to end in October. ic
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Central Florida Highway Association Dixie Highway Commission would graphical relation to the eight states IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'
profit by the mistakes of other com- |I as far as mileage, cities and towns
Page Conducted by Publicity Committee missions of like character.WE !and counties traversed are concerned:

; CIJAIIMAN MAY EXPECT SOMETHINGGOOD I .States. MileCoun age. Towns ties.- | | Figs Figs Figs |

W. 31. GLENN ORLANDO. E. WOODS EUSTIS: A. J. FROM EDITOR I :Michigan ______ 775 69 2 i '
1I0LWOI TIIY. LAKELAND; J. D. KOONEY OCALA. \ Preserved Figs in Cans. Dried Figs Wooden Boxes
WOODSC. I Illinois __-______ 123 24 5 j l ; ;
Indiana ________ 299 49 16 j
SHADING THE DIXIE HIGHWAY ways punctuated at proper intervals E. Woods, editor of the Eustis Kentucky ______ 402 95 171 : ; Florida Honey 11
I with fine, well kept shade trees. Every Lake Region, Eustis, a member of the Tennessee ______ 419 72 18 '
(Jacksonville Times-Union) county road would be a long perspective publicity committee, writes the following Georgia ---_____ 499 77 24 Honey in Combs or Bottles.
The front page of the current number of loveliness, restful to the letter under date of July 21: I Florida ________ 616 96 13 ; ;
of the Apopka News is ornamented I eye, body and soul, and a source of "Of course, as an editor, I always Ohio ___________ 235 46 12 t
by a handsomely illustrated articleon I constant pleasure to man and beast boost roads, and made a successful J Cherries for Punch

the matter of shading great high- I alike. The charm of country life fight with others to secure the Dixie Totals --_____3,368 628 133 A .

ways, showing a variety of shaded [I would be much enhanced, and one of ''highway via Eustis. It sickens me, (Continued on page 3.) We have both the Maraschino and Mint Flavors in
scenery that would gratify the eye: of the sure results t>f good modern roads though, to know that the very first red and
the automobile tourists who ore to i thus gracefully fringed would be an stretch of the Dixie highway in Lake green.
travel over the Central Florida high- I improved standard of farms and farm I county-25 miles-will be built of I j

way in the years to come. In his ar- | houses, for a right-thinking man sand-clay! We bonded our county for What do Sanitary TowelsWe
ticle Editor Harrington suggests thatit i would be ashamed to live in a squalid '$500,000, and yet only one entire dis II you
might be well to employ a land- i shack surrounded by a patch of ill-I|trict-the Eustis-Mt. Dora district- *
hope for in use Scot Tissue Towels in
a paper our store. They
scape artist to plan the planting of tended crops rank with weeds, with 'will use modern hard surface, sand-
trees in irregular groups so as to such evidence of superior civilization j''asphalt. The kind of publicity I I varnish ? ; ; are clean and sanitary. Just the article for your home,
break the monotony of continuous right in front of him to force a hu- i should like to provide therefore will I ; ; store or office. 130 towels in one roll. "

shade. Continuing, he says: "Oneof I miliating comparison every day inI I be along the line of educating com- WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
the greatest charms of a trip from the I
year. missioners to carry out the letter and Ii .
Chicago to Miami would be the never- i
spirit of the new era of goods roads 1HE'ON
ending panorama of different things. HIGHWAY NOTES and not to surrender to local clamor j i
If native vines, such as the grape, for cheap roads everywhere at the !' AW Our Grocery CompanyTwo i

bamboo, and jassamine, were allowedto The Polk County Good Roads As- expense of the whole good roads I .
trail over some of the trees, and sociation held an important meetingat movement." UkJTROVARNISHES Phones: 3 and 200 i

mere wild flowers profusely were in encouraged the open spaces to grow a papers Bartow for ,particulars.today. See Polk county !>, FACTS ABOUT TilE DIXIE HIGHWAY I I| 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla. j jintiiiiiniiiitiiiiimntien I

trip down through Florida could be I !
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made one of the most enchanting in S. Gilbreath, of Indianapolis, > esianiomiitiit 5

the world." field secretary of the Dixie Highway $10,000,000 pledged between Chicago -
Association, has been in Florida for and Miami.

ARCHES AND SIGNPOSTS some days inspecting the east route. Eight states interested in route. When you buy varnish for your
FOR DIXIE HIGHWAY He is expected to inspect the central j One hundred and thirty-three floors you hope that it will improvethe .
coun-
route of the Dixie highway this week. I ities on direct line appearance of those floors and PER
-excluding Central that it will be durable. 25 Discount
It has been suggested to the publicity Mr. Gilbreath has a national reputa- ,: Florida highway route and optional much CEN1
Unfortunately that is sold for
committee that the Central tion. In Indiana he has gained fameas route in Georgia. floor varnish won't realize that hope
Florida Highway Association at its the secretary of the Indianapolis Florida has greatest mileage-ap- for you.Lawson's.
next meeting at Lakeland adopt a Hoosier Motor club. The '
July 30 proximating 1,175 miles. Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish
uniform sign post emblematic of the Jacksonville Metropolis has this news !j Florida has 22 counties pierced by easily has a wonderful applied because deep lustrous it works finish.easily.It It is For the benefit of our customers -
western branch of the Dixie highway, item concerning him and his work: i 1 route. is unequalled for durability and will not
and also that uniform arches for each Importance of Dixie Highway Is I, Orange county leads all other Florida free scratch in from white.five It to dnes seven absolutely hours and dust-gets we will give a 25
town and city along the route be Presented counties in number of brick mileson hard in twenty-four hours.
As for economy. Lustro has a covering cent cash discount
adopted. Unanimous approval was given the the highway. capacity that is wonderful. per on
Dixie highway movement by the good Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
Varnish at our risk,returnable if unsatis all goods sold during the
CENTRAL ROUTE THROUGH roads committee of the chamber of TAMPA: TIMES HAS EXCELLENT factory.
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GEORGIA INTO FLORIDA commerce at a meeting Thursday af- I FEATURE
month of and
Made Valentine July August.
FOR EAST ROUTE ternoon when the importance of the ,I by & Co.
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project was graphically presented by i On July 25 the Tampa Times devoted Manufacturers of ..
The following is from the Jacksonville W. S. Gilbreath, field secretary of the considerable space to the Dixie VALSPAR and

Times-Union of July 29: commission. highway, publishing a map showingthe
"Yesterday was a banner occasionfor :Mr. Gilbreath spoke enthusiastically I entire route from Chicago to VALENAMELAll Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
those who favor the Dixie high- about the road work in Florida as l'Miami. Some of the interesting in- j i
commission he travelled from Miami to Jackson- i
way designating a central formation is reproduced:
route from the proposed highway ville recently. He was here last January Illinois, which has the shortest link to be had at DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .

through Georgia into Florida through and made a number of automo- I of the great highway, 123 miles to be FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.
Nassau and Duval counties, when be- bile trips through the state and stated exact, is the leading contributor with STORE
tween 1,200 and 2,000 ardent advo- that improvements had been made :, bond issues aggregating $3,500,000, in Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. I
vates from Georgia and Florida as- since then. |Cook and Vermillion counties.
sembled in Folkston. As a result of The speaker told of.the first national I''I Florida Has Greatest Mileage
the meeting, the Short Route High- move for good roads made in I According to the figures compiled MIMIIIMiil iniiiiiiiM 111111111111111111111Get

way Association of Georgia offered a 1805 when the improvement of a trail by the Dixie Highway Association, I I .

resolution which was heartily agreedto across the country was proposed. Mr. the great north and south thorough- ; : A Copy of This Catalog Now .
by all present to the effect that the Gilbreath said he believed that the fare's route bears the following geo- [ :
central route be recommended to the
consideration of the Dixie '" In this new, big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is founded upon an ideal; a
Highway I nursery where the idea is, fundamental that the basis of success is laid in a nursery by the nur-
Association. It is believed that the ( : sery company three or four years before the pu rchase of the trees by the planter.
two sections might well pull togetherfor W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds where the root stock is
mutual benefit in the matter of Proprietors and Owners grown; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of the care
the short : exercised in the selection of the budwood, and in the packing and shipping of the trees, and of the
route central
or route as I advice and service rendered by our specialists to the purchasers of our trees.
the same may be called." Daytona Beach HotelON In a nut shell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus family is produced and it gives the his-
tory and lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock.It .
points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves and how
"TREES ON OCEAN BEACH
IIIGIIWAYS"LAKELAND ; their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in their own
TELEGRAM Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red ; groves tres of the purest strain, and trees which would show in nursery and grove the aristocracy
EDITORIAL of their ancestry.
Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished : Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we could have sold many
more. This year we know our entire nursery stock will be sold. .
Public sentiment in Orange county, Single and en Suite : Only a limited number will be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfield Nursery Co. trees,
stimulated by the newspapers, is rap- but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our catalog-the .
idly taking form in behalf of system- Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold : most beautiful in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, clearness and directnesswill
atic Shower Baths, Free to appeal to you.
tree guests
planting along the county : We have not had a great quantity of these catalogues printed, and we are confident that
roads. Nothing in its way could be Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week : the supply will hardly be sufficient to go around.
better than such a policy carried into .
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Tree Unless Budded From Bear- I NO Fruit Grower can afford to ignore this


ing Trees of Known Quantity and statement when he plants or considers planting his

Quality of Production" grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCESSFUL future of

his investments depends on his trees being budded right in the nursery that grows them.

I The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for years specialized
-O. W. Conner
I in bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the ONLY PLACE in

I Florida, yes, in the WORLD, where EVERY tree is budded from trees tested for their superiority. ,

: -:: I Your grove is bound to be a paying investment if you use our stock. ,

: z- ': I We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree

e < quality is to be found by a careful inspection of our nurseries. They are close by and the trip is

aasm: ,, % $q4 pleasant over hard-surfaced roads b auto. We have opened offices at No. 8, Yowell-Duckworth .,

- 4- .. building, and placed :Ir. G. Wright in charge. Call on him now and arrange for your supply of
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trees for fall planting. He will take you out to the nurseries and show you exactly what you will get

for your money, and how it is grown. Write him for catalogue now, and post up on 'TEDIGREED

TREES," and their importance to you as a planter of a new grove, with success as your aim. ..

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Mr. John B.. Coarsey, the popular CENTRAL FLORIDA HIGHWAY HAULING BRICK FROM KISSIM- COATS WITHOUT PADS; MEN'S Mrs. Mary A. Cox SURVEYINGPlating
representative of Lee Roy Myers, Savannah ASSOCIATION MEE TO ORANGE COUNTY CLOTHES THIS WINTER TO I
Ga., was in Orlando yester- BE CONSERVATIVENew Announces and Sub-Dividing
day dispensing sunshine while telling (Continued from page 2)). I Kissimmee, Fla.-Between eleven !She is constantly receiving from
of the merits of his famous Cortez The foregoing table is incomplete ,j(and fifteen teams have been busy'' York July 31- Men's coats New York charmingly dainty I PROMPT AND ACCURATE
cigars. It has been some time since as far as the eastern line through j since Tuesday of this week hauling for the winter season will have pad- and exclusive Collars ShirtWaists WORK
Mr. Coarsey was in Orlando, althoughhe lower Georgia and the central Florida brick' from Kissimmee to Orange I!less shoulders and snug waists and and Hair Ornaments, HAL A. IRISH
has been travelling this territoryfor loop are concerned. The central loop county fer the new Orlando road. The |will be abbreviated, according to Mc- created from advanced ideas. A
twenty-odd years. He has as through Florida will add approxi- hauling of the brick from a sidetrack | Candless Gibbons, spokesman for the I beautiful collection now to Civil Engineer
many friends in Orlando and the en- mately 567 miles to Florida's mile- here to Orange county was made nec- !style committee of the Clothing Designers' I choose from.
, tire state as any man on the road and ; age, giving it over 1,175 miles of essary by the condition of the roads I Association of America, 501 West St. Orlando, ,Fla. 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
possesses the happy faculty of retain- highway, by far the most of any from a sidetrack nearer the work. I''whose annual convention ended here I
...... ing their friendship. "John" has been state. The nine counties on the cen- W. J. Glass, representing the Ala- ;)"esterdayIr.. Gibbons said that the \
- ... on the sick list for some time and was 1 tral route give Florida a total of 22 bama Paving company, has been here I f;,broad lapel,and deep collar would be
compelled to enter the Johns Hopkins counties traversed by the great Dixie this week superintending the loading banned. Trousers, he asserted, will The Orlando Meat Market I II II
Institute in Baltimore where he remained highway. : and hauling of the paving blocks. Mr. 'I be tight.
for a couple of months. Four hundred and sixty-seven miles Glass states that the road from the "A special effort will be made to ]I
of roads stretch along the western II sidetrack at Connolly became prac- 'cater to the conservative business |I T. A. YANCY, Manager

The heavy rains have put the De- loop of the Dixie highyay through tically impassable the result of man. He does not want college j ji
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Central Florida from Gainesville to clothes nor men's clothes, as I I
Land-Daytona road, that portion in I heavy rains and it was necessary to I i young j ji .
the low lands of the flatwoods, in bad Miami according to figures furnished make the longer haul in order to keep [1 some manufacturers have been trying ]i Florida and Western Meats
sloppy condition, and it will remainso to Secretary Dickie by Ed. Scott, of I the paving work going. I I to persuade him," said Mr. Gibbons. f
until the rainy season is over.I' .- Arcadia, most consistent road boosterin i :Mr. Glass believes that the road, I:"He wants a garment of dignified and Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
Volusia County Record. the state. II about a mile and a half of which is manly cut and we are going to give it
Of these thirty miles are now cov- yet to be built, will be completed with- I to him this year." Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order .
ered with brick pavement, most of it I in the next two weeks. This will be
A. B. Cook & Co. in Orange county, where the brick Business.* (135 P. 0. BOX 226
welcome news to the motorists who VANS AGNEW GETS A LIEUT.'SCOMMISSION i PHONES Residence ,,33 cor. Orange.... and Church St.
pavement is virtually completed, wish to reach Orlando from Kissim- I I
30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. though not all of it has been openedto mee or vice versa. The automobilistshave Kissimmee, Fla.-Frank Vans Ag-
traffic yet. i iIIA ii been using the Boggy Creek new, in a letter written from Bel- I f
i road for some time taking the brick 'gium and dated July 9, says R. W. j
Dealers in Real Estate, In- ) II.FORTI'ERS ROAD IS I at Taft, but this road has become so I Meikeljon has been wounded again,!; Arcade Pressing Club !
vestments and Business ASSUREDFort cut that it is almost
Oppor- up impassable. ,this time in the upper part of the
tunities. I right thigh. The wound is not a serious -I Under Management
:Myers Fla.-A letter has been I COMMITTEES TO VISIT COUNTIES -'I I one, but will keep him in the :
received here saying that Dade and : FOR STATE FAIR hospital about two months. He has', .
I First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. Made right in
i
REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS reward counties have formed two 1 I|1 been sent back to England.
road and bridge districts, one in Dade I Jacksonville, Fla.-The counties of I| Mr. Vans Agnew also says that he !1 the shop. Guaranteed Fit.
and one in Broward, the former being Florida will be visited within the next .has been asked whether he would accept -
LOANS $65,000 and the latter $150,000, with month or two by three special com- I a lieutenant's commission in his Also Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
MORTGAGES lines to meet Lee .county as outlined mittees of the state fair who are to regiment, the Second King Edward's '
I And All Kinds of Alterations done
BANK STOCKS by a map from here suggesting two' leave on an extensive tour as soon as Horse, and that of course he said i
TIMBER routes. The letter states that theyare arrangements can be made for their "yes." He has been, promoted to I
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES willing to meet the Lee county departure. This decision was reachedat lance corporal. If he gets a commis- Work called for and delivered.
line at any point but they urge that the meeting of the fair directorsand sion he will take a short course of j
OF ALL
KINDS. the matter be taken up immediately. representatives from several training in an officer's school in Eng- I
Every organization Miami has goneon counties last evening in. the :Mason land and then go back to the front. I Phone 448 24 E. Pine St. ;
record favorably for a bond issue hotel.

Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER and the same enthusiasm is shown in The tour will be made in automo- Orlando is the automobile city of
Fort Lauderdale as well as other biles and the committees will en- America or at least of Florida, hav-
places along the Atlantic coast of deavor to arouse a greater interest in ing one auto for every fourteen per- .
. Dade and other neighboring counties. the proposed state fair and to have sons, and Orange county as a whole -
all details of the exposition on hand has one for every thirty-two persons. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
" THRILLING AEROPLANE FIGHT I to give out as general information. The natural consequence is that Or-
ON EAST FRONT These plans will be worked out and ange county is gridironed over with
Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" decided upon before the counties are good roads. As soon as a man be- DIRECTOR
Petrograd, July 31.-One of the asked to prepare their exhibits. comes the owner of an automobile he
most thrilling actions of this theatrewas becomes a good roads apostle. The AND EMBALMERAll
the capture of an Austrian aero- WEATHER FORECASTS AT THE auto, on account of its fast gait, requires -
HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP plane on the 28 h by Lieutenant Pok- -MOVIES" a better road than the slow
rovski and Cornet Plenski, east of the i 1 I going horse vehicle can put up with
calls answered Promptly Dayor
Zlota river. Firing constantly at the Washington, July .-Fifteen cities and after a good road has been builton
ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST Austrian aviator from a higher alti- now get daily weather forecasts the instigation of the auto owners Night. Hand Block. 0
tude they forced him to descend. The through moving picture shows. Wherever the users of horse drawn vehicles a
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. Russian machine followed and the desired the weather bureau will wonder how they could get along with
Austrian lieutenant surrendered witha co-operate with moving picture shows poor roads as long as they have.- Orlando Florida.
t. non-cpmmissioned officer. The Aus- by furnishing the forecasts for pre- .Bradford County Telegraph. ,
trian .aeroplane which was not dam- sentation. The first place in which : PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, -J JI
Phone 2044HMMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII aged, was a new machine of the 120 the government regularly furnished ]I i Read the Morning Sentinel for the I I '
horse power type. I the report was Birmingham, Ala. news. lOco a week delivered.
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SILK ORGANDIES, LACE CLOTH AND FRENCH CRETONE, the latest fad for skirts; we are showing TOWELS, hemmed huck, with red borders, size 17x31,

VOILES, this seasons most popular dress fabrics in hundreds of beautiful patterns and priced at 20c. 12Yzc. quality, per dozen

dainty patterns, 50c., GOc.: and 65c. quality. 25c., 35c. and
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I .. SHEETS, large size, welded seams, good weight, 60c.LAWN .
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VOILES AND ORGANDIES, 36 inches wide beautiful

designs and colorings, 35c. quality 8 % cen ts. 44 cents ,}
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22 X cents PILLOW CASES, scalloped made of a good heavy mus-
SHEERETTE AND KLAXONS, plain white, 32 inches :
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EMBROIDERED BATISTE, very fine and sheer, dainty 17 cents
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TABLE DAMASK, all pure linen, full 72 inches wide,
47 cents VOILE, plain white, 40 inches wide, 50c. quality beautiful designs, $1.50 quality 1

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VOILES AND ORGANDIES, beautiful printed designs ;

in all the newest patterns and colors 30c. and 35c. VOILES; 40 inches wide, in plain Blue, Pink, Yellow, ApTABLE DAMASK, 60 inches wide, good weight, 39c. 1

quality ricot, and Lavender, 39c. quality quality

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Florida SentinelMORNING PUBLIC ROADS. The Cathedral School I P OUR MID-SUMMER
South I In view of the state wide discus- Marion Prince, one of Tampa's

AND WEEKLY sions upon the problem of workingthe popular and prominent citizens, spent
r. r.:. GLENN ............ ..-.......Edu.w convicts it seems remarkable that Sunday in Orlando. He came for the I
C. ESSINGTON .....Burin*** Manager i
there has been so little said about purpose of accompanying his two in- Orlando's Select Boarding and Day I ensation Sal
Entered at the poctoffiee at Orlando Flor-' working them on the public highways. teresting daughters, Joyce and Janice, School for Girls
ida, as Second Class Mail Matter.
There is a decided objection in the who have been visiting their grand- 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 !

SUBSCRIPTION RATES minds of people against leasing father, Dr. E. R. Prince, at Conway, Primary Intermediate and Academic
Daily 1 Year ........................ 15.00 many Grades
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.SO them to the turpentine men. The to their home in the metropolis of
Daily. S Months ...................... 1-25 only point in favor of this system is South Florida.Mr. Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical' I
( Daily 1 Month ........................ (0 OF
the revenue which the state derives Culture and Domestic Science.
weekly 1 Year ...................... $1.00 For Catalogues address the Rector 4
from it. It seems to sentimental H. R. Beebe left yesterday over. ,

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE' PAYABLE IN minds that there is a relic of barbar- the Atlantic Coast Line for Boston, Rev. Roderick P. Cobb A. 51. READY-TOli( 8 MILLINERY AND .;

TO ADVERTISERS: ism in*the custom. It certainly is a Mass., where he will remain until the Orlando, Fla. ,

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c.py for splay and all other hand-Mi the state, instead of assuming thata Orlando four and investedin
advertising must be bandra in at the buuneis years ago
rice of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. a, criminal is an unfortunate who Orange county realty and everyday FIELD'SCHOCOLATE FURNISNINGS
the day before pnMkation. This rule applies
.. cnancs for contract advertising; it Is should be encouraged and helped to that he has been in this city he NMEN'S
;variable *gd. will be strictly adhered to. reformation and a better life. Few has become more infatuated with his

Subscribers: desiring The Sentinel discontinued will attempt to argue that a term of surroundings.Mr. GOING ON !
should notify the office in writing on one, three or five years in a turpen-I
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the. regular subscription rates tine camp elevates the moral standardof and Mrs. D. B. Sphaler in 1\
received. were All Womens Suits, Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Muslin Underwear fact
until notice to stop is
Telephone Narah-r' ......................21 the convict, makes a better man of Orlando yesterday from Winter Homeen everything of a Ready-to-Wear n.1ture-will go at prices that have never before -
him, or qualifies him for more useful route to Daytona Beach, where VANILLA been equalled. The difference between the former prices and the actual ,
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 191;). citizenship. And yet all will admit reduced prices are so great that it should command the immediate attention '
they will spend the next several PEACH of
that moral and every woman.
improvement greater weeks in a cozy cottage they have Its cleaning up time with us, and while the loses are great, we take them
A lot of people have the habit of economical capability ought to be. the rented. Mrs. Theodore Stier, motherof CARAMELICE without a mumur.
mouths closed. first consideration in Just cogitate these few items-note the then
lying with their our dealings Mrs. them. over reductions come and
Sphaler, accompanied CREAMS.:
see the goods.OUR ::.
o with the criminal classes. Is it fair
Mr. Sphaler will shortly leave for a
Everybody seems to think that the that the state shirks this responsibility ..
into South Carolina
trip up on impor-
Russians are beaten except the Rus- as is the case when the criminal FAMOUS PALM: BEACH SUITS FOR LADIES
tant business, but will return to the

sians. is leased to the highest bidder? seashore for a sojourn. 57.:>0 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . . .$1.75:

' o Just now a wave of unusual inter- CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, lOc. S12.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$9.50

Oratory is a great gift, but you est in the matter of public road improvement Guests registering at the San Juan $15.00 SUITS FOR . . .. . . . . . $10.50
don't need it to speak well of your is sweeping the country
hotel yesterday included A. S. Jones,
neighbor.Out from end to end. Men of all classes I
II. W. Grambill, Baltimore M. T. La-
; WOOL SUITS
o -- and conditions are waking up to the. .' .

in Kansas they are now having financial and ethical advantage of improved -' Hatte, W. H. Adams, Atlanta; W. F. CLUB SANDWICH 25c. $18.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$14.50

"jitney socials" at which no doubt, and beautified roads all over Harmon, J. M. Stark, .Palatka; :Mr.: $22.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75

the kissing game is a jitney buss. the United States. Outside of the and Mrs. J. F. Gore, Cincinnati; Z. $2:>.00 SUITS FOR . . . . eo eo. . . . .$16.25

o stupendous problems growing out of Spinks, Oviedo; A. S. Bushe, W. C. $27.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . eo. .$17.50

When a girl of sixteen looks at her the present war the problem of improved Creesy, J. C. udwin, Chas. Ludwin, We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed $30.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . eo .$18.50

weary mother it is difficult for her to public roads is commandingthe F. M. Knight, Jacksonville; H. B. and Delivered for All S32.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.00

imagine that there has ever been any attention of a greater number of Goodrich, W. S. Doyle, Herbert Tait, $35.00: SUITS FOR . . . . . . .$19.50

romance in her life. Americans than any other. And the P. J. Burgess, Fred M. Dalton, C. W. OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S $47.50 SUIT, ONE ONLY, HALF PRICE . . . .$23.75
Huggins, S. H. Kirkland, T. S. Hatz-
o tide has but just begun to set this
field, Tampa; Louis Willis St. Louis;
If you want our opinion of the way. It will grow by what it feeds TWO SPECIALS IN LADIES COATS
J. L. Hankman, Augusta; W.1..
weather the kind we had Sunday wasa upon. The children are now born who Coon, Thomasville. $8.75 FOR . . . . . . . . . . .$5.75

mighty poor substitute for the reg- will see this country a complete net- $12.50 FOR . . . . . . . . ,. . .$8.75
ular August variety.The work of paved roadways second to
Eight Scout boys from Orlando,
nine in existence the
o now on globe.
SILK DRESSES All this Seasons Productions.
in from 12 to 20 withF. ,
principal maneuvers at the mil- Just here is daylight ahead for ranging ages ,

itary encampments consist in terrific men now in prison stripes: and in tur- N. Burden, scoutmaster, registeredat $8.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$5.75 v

assaults on the cook house, which are pentine camps. Expert road builders the Daytona Beach hotel for a few S14.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$8.75

not sham battles either. will be in great demand. The occu- days. The morning of one day was 16.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$9.75

o I I pation will be both honorable and lu- taken up with a trip to the inlet on 17.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.00

We don't know how it is with the crative. The man who today is wast- wheels, and the study of shells; one SODA $18.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . eo. .$10.50

sordid states, but in Texas child labor ing his latent capability and his timein afternoon with study of tide. Monday $22.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$12.50

is confined largely to baseball on a turpentine camp may become an I morning was devoted to fishing. S29.75 DRESSES FOR . . ... . . . . .$18.50

the back lots.-Galveston News.In expert while doing camp penance fora i Monday night there was a camp fire $37.50 DRESS, ONE ONLY, FOR . eo. . . . .$18.75
I jand fish fry on the beach. The Or-
o wrong act, and thus for the remainder -
these wild times many mysterious of his life be a useful and an !,lando Scout party were joined hereby LIGHT LUNCH SILK PETTICOATSIn

looking packages are suspectedas honored citizen. Would such an Charles Lee Griffith, of Mt. Dora,
I and Clarence Taffeta Messaline Peau De Cygne with our famous Perfect-
Wait, of Miami, both ,
bombs achievement be for him
being but a good many of possible un- .
representing the Scouts of their Fitting Jersey Top. All must go at this Sale
respective -
them turn out to be merely laundry der the system which prevails in Flor-
COST NOT CONSIDEREDSILK
bundles. ida today? Could the skill acquiredin towns.-Daytona Gazette-"
News. 1, CONFECTIONSCIGARS
o a turpentine camp ever lift him I

', There are some fussy people who above the level of the common laborer 1I SUITS

will; holler "plagiarism" when a min- ? Is there anything in the life of MARRIAGE LICENSES FOR JULY .- 22.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$14.50

ister makes his sermon more improv- the leased convict in a turpentinecamp $25.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75

ing and helpful by borrowing from to awaken a desire for good cti- Twenty-one marriage licenses were $35.00 SUITS FOR eo. . . . . eo. . . .$19.75

other writers.He izenship? If not, are we not guiltyof issued from the office of County $39.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . ". .$23.75
o a gross injustice to the men who Judge Martin for the month of July.

who always waits upon God is are thus situated in our good state? Twelve were for white couples and SILK, WOOL AND WASH SKIRTS, All go in this Sale regardlessof

ready whensoever He calls. He is a Of course, no one would argue that nine to colored. Since July 23 only Price

happy man who lives that death turpentine convict, under two couples have applied for permitsto
so at every camp become $12.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$7.50
all times find him at leisure the most favorable conditions, would man and wife. Both of To Those
may to these to whites. Catering $10.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . .. . . . . .$6.75
die.Feltham.Some become a proficient road builder but were
; $6.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$-1.50
it is safe proposition that road
a as
o Who Care S4.75 SKIRTS FOR . . .. . . .. . . .$3.35
of the married builders, under capable direction, Who Pays? Thursday night. Roof
young women Garden. 8-l-4tc $3.00 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .'.$1.98
think it strange that when every one of them would be worth as
they get
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF $1.50 WASH SKIRTS FOR . .98c .
home from an automobile ride their much to the state as the state is now

husbands have done nothing about receiving under the existing system,
getting supper. while the chances for moral improve- 200 LADIES' WAISTS

o ment in the men themselves would be SEEDS! FEEDS FERTILIZERS! From the latest Fashion Center will be closed out at the '

Big trunks are the fashion for the materially increased, and the improved PLANTING ridiculously low price of . .. ._ . . . .98c
ALL KINDS OF FRESH SEEDS FOR FALL -
roads would add greatly to the
summer sojourner, on the ground that
the hackmen, porters and baggagemen many existing attractions.One ARRIVING DAILY WASH DRESSES

like to show the public how o Low Priced
Tremendously
strong they are. of the chief reasons why Or- Get Our August Bulletin
o lando shows up to a disadvantage in Sole Agents for Guaranteed Pulverized Sheep Manure. $7.50 DRESSES FOR . eo. . . eo. . . .$2.98
for flowers ferns lawns and gardens. ALL FINE LINGERIE DRESSES AT THE USUAL DICKSON-
The who her census returns is because some Nothing better ,
people are buying the
IVES CLEAN UP PRICES. COME EARLY.
bonds of European governments must of the "best families are always left ..

have more confidence in those govern- off the list." The absent membersnever FULL LINE OF POULTRY FEEDS AND SUPPLIES i

ments' count when it comes to takingthe MUSLIN UNDERWEAROur
promises to pay than in their

other promises. census.-Miami Metropolis. Justso. Orlando Seed & Produce Co. famous La-Grecque Tailored Underwear, also the much

o They bob up almost every day. talked-of Vanity Fair at Prices that will interest you.

From deep water to deep water the o Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.

Panama canal is just fifty miles, but Garden.Who Pays? Thursday night.8-1-ltc Roof CORSETSWe

there are some people who are closerto have the largest and most comprehensive stock in South

hot water on account of their ina- A" V Florida to select from, Royal Worcester, Bon Ton, American Lady,
bility to attend to their
own affairs.
Madame Lyra, Gossard and Frolaset.

o This is not a mere sacrifice or a cleanup sale, but a profit- .
Only few IS THIS POSSIBLE?
a states have electionsthis
sharing opportunity we are offering to our customers at greatly
fall, and the political orators who

usually save the country for $10 a With all due respect to the good and substantial $1000 and upwards. This stock will pay immense reduced prices.
night will have to remain regretfullyat citizens of Orlando we wishto make an assertion: dividends as soon as the necessary improvementsare
home made and will soon command a big premium. SUMMARY
minding their own business.A If we were to come into this city a stranger, "Here I would display the certificates of stock
o with one or two trunks and suit cases, should en- printed in red and gold, and containing the seal of Everything in Ready-to Wear,including Middy Blouses, Brassiers,
paleontologist reasons from a gage a finely appointed suite of rooms at the San the state of Sonora, also what perported to be af- Children's Dresses, Rompers and Kimonos. All go at Reduced
single fossil bone the whole structureof Juan, and after circulating about town, and prefidavits from assay officers mining experts, engineers Prices. .
senting letters of introduction from well-known etc., together with the names of the officers
a defunct species. From the invention citizens of our country, said letters faked or otherwise and directors of the Hot Air Mining Co., among
and application of the eleva- and after.getmg a line on the shrewd and which we might see those of J. D. Rockefeller, ex- MEN'S FURNISHINGS
tor, one might easily have foreseenthe substantial business men of the town should ap- president Taft, J. Ogden Armour and others.
proach them somewhat like this: that could sell POSITIVELY THE LAST CUT ON PALM BEACH SUITS. .$5.50
forty-story building, but no We confidently assert we more or
did. one "I am representing the Hot Air Mining Co., of less stock of the said Hot Air Mining Co. right THE WORLD RENOWNED HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
Sonora, Mexico. We have located what mining exhere in this city, when it would afterwards develop CLOTHES FOR MEN CHOICE OF OUR SUMMER
o perts and engineers say is the richest vien of copper all the mine the company"had was a hole or SUITS, COSTING FROM $20.00 TO $25.00 FOR . .$15.00lIEN.S
Some one asks what has become of bearing quartz in the world. We have shafts two in the side of a mountain.
the old fashioned woman who usedto driven to it and have uncovered this vein to the ex- We assert this would be possible,not because the
all her tent that we know how many dollars worth we can people of Orlando are particulary gulible! but be- HATS LAST CALI-
spend spare time cultivating take out as soon as we can get the necessary hoistcause the American people, or as T. P. Barnum STRAW ..
bowers? Apparently just now ing machinery, stamping mills and smelters on used to say like to be and will be humbugged. Choice of any Sraw Hat from $2.50 to $5.00 for . .$1.00
she is telephoning down to the florists the ground. It is in a very mountainous region, We have seen this kind of affair pulled off in a REMEMBER OUR SEMI-ANNUAL MANHATTAN SHIRT
for two dozen of those long stemmedcut and the building of a road to the mine and transportation couple of litle towns in Michigan, and the men LASTS THROUGH TO AUGUST 21.
of the said machinery means a great outcaught were live men of affairs, and considereday SALE .
roses. lay of money. shrewd.

o "Now, to finance the proposition we have deSomething for nothing is what many seem to Are shy on Groceries? Give us a trial,
"I am engaged to six: young men," cided to issue 1000000.00 of stock in blocks of be looking for. I you

wrote a young woman to an editor "LIVE AND LET LIVE" we'll hold your trade

and she wanted to know whether she

was doing right. The editor said she

was. "Think," said he "how much I, ;
The Produce Co.
CompanyW. DicsonIvesOrlando's
better it is to make six young men Co-Operative

happy by being engaged to them than
S. DeWitt Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
t to make one poor fellow miserable by Mgr.
marrying him."-Tallahassee True Favorite Shopping Place7" ATILE
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SOCIAL AND CLUB CALENDARFOR their wives with them for the even-
:s = THE COMING WEEK ing. After the business has been dis-
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1.\1 posed of a pleasant social hour will ? !t4ar
Tuesday, August 3.
O HCfl
hostess A. B. C. be enjoyed.
Mrs. Dave Rogers to
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Joint meeting Methodist church -- Y f r
..csO : Progressive and Baraca classes for BAPTIST PHILATHEAS
formation of Progressive Club and
< Debating Society, at Methodist THIS EVENING.The + a
church. regular monthly business meet-
Meeting of the board of governors of ing and social of the Philathea class
the Associated Charities at the San .. [E., 1
of the
First Baptist church will be
Juan hotel 4 o'cock.
at The Oliver Morosco PhotoplayCo. ,
o Meeting of stewards of the Metho- held at the Philathea parlor of the .t j

dist Duckworth.church with Mr. and Mrs. E. G August Baptist church 3.SOCIETY. at 7:30 Tuesday night ., presents o A Constant:: Reminder 0 ;j jof

Methodist Sewing Circle meets with "THE WILD OLIVE" :
Mrs. Phillips. friendship recorded in a link of precious metal. Limited only
Wednesday, August 4. NOTES with Myrtle Stedman and For-f I in number to the friends you have; each link is a complete bracelet r
Meeting of members of Christian OF INTEREST. in itself, and costs but 25 cents, engraved free.
church with Mrs. Winebrenner, 623 I J
West Church street. Miss Claire Robinson left yesterday rest Stanley. II II Give and receive one in return.
Bachelor Girls Miss Guilda Ilapper- afternoon over the Atlantic Coast I

sett hostess. Line for Murphy, N. C., where she I I ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. .
Miss Georgia Wigfall will entertain will visit Misses Mary and Annie ..

Wednesday Misses Thelma evening Wilson complimentaryto and Ethel Deaderick. Ib. ]

Kennedy. --0- .ifti::iTnrTTfiTCOLEMAN
Thursday August 5. The Kil-Kare Klub will be enter-
Monthly business meeting and socialof .
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the Epworth League; annual tained Thursday afternoon, August5th I
election of officers. by Mrs. E. C. Bence at her If quality for a low price is an objectour
Masquerade ball Wekiwa Springs. home, 406 East Pine street. Dtw wall papers will win your favor.
Friday, August 6. For the next 30 days we will offer for
Regular meeting of W. C. T. U. at V. / sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
the Baptist church. Miss Nellie Hux, of Tavares is the M from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater will entertain guest of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Ham- time to buy and do your papering
the Junior Matrons. rick, at 22 East Church street. when you get ready.
--0- We also carry a full line of High-
CABINET MEETING OF --0- .... .' ,.. Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes. I "
Col. and Mrs. T. J. Watkins will .1. 7" ,
-i EPWORTH LEAGUE OFFICERS. iN We invite yon to call and inspectour
I leave Wednesday for Asheville North
stock.Orlando.
Last evening the officers of the .
1" to ;
Carolina. ; >
Methodist Epworth League held an ..; "
1CE important cabinet meeting at the '
arranging matters for parsonage the ADDITIONAL LOCALS i :tf .., Paint & Wall Paper Co
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monthly business meeting and annual ;: ; f e I t 205 S. Orange Avenue
election of officers which will be held Louie Weeks is making a business
Thursday. A great deal of preliminary trip to Georgia. He will be joined at ._ "< & RHAN Phone 261

PHc work was gone over and planfor Jacksonville by his brother, Roland

the discussed.betterment of the Leaguewere sWeeks gether., and the two will proceed to- The celebrated novel by Basil r..I..I.I..I..I.The ... -.


: The social committee, composed of King which took two continents
Mrs. J. B. Ley, Miss Mary McCul- Mr. G. J. Denton, a former citizen I New Ice Company |
O of Orlando but by storm. .
lough, and Miss Eliza Wright have now residing in Kis- .

arranged a delightful program for the: simmee, spent yesterday in Orlando .. PHONE 675
social which will follow the business; greeting friends and transacting busi- .

meeting Thursday evening. ness. t

Among the many pleasant featuresin i j
store for the young people will be Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Smith former Delivery Daily

a piano duet by Miss Elmina Gould: popular residents of Orange county, .

and brother, Stuart M. Gould, and two but now residing at Lake Alfred
O I1 selections by the ever popular Sunday spent Sunday in Orlando greeting Wait for our wagon. We think

school and League orchestra. A numerous, friends. FIVE SPLENDID ACTS you will like our ioe. !

PHPH delightful social will be enjoyed and
all Methodist young people, whether :Miss Alice McDonald, the efficient
Leaguers or not,'are invited to attend. stenographer in the law office of 10 cents 20 cents
Messrs. Robinson &. Beardall, returned -
MISS MARY WARNER--0- yesterday afternoon from a I The New Ice Company |

HOSTESS ATBIRTHDAY visit to relatives and friends in At-
PARTY. lanta, Ga.
COC Mary Rebecca Warner was hostessto 'UIMMIItlMIMMMIIMMMMilliMllltlM

a birthday party given at her Mr. A. L. Wright, one of Jackson- ROOf GARDENTODAY (

home on East Church street Monday ville's representative citizens, is MIIIIMMIMIIIimMMMilHIMMIIIMilllfMilllll
afternoon. The house was decorated spending several days in Orlando the
with roses. guest of his brother, Mr. Gordon .

Light refrehsments were served, Wright, while looking after business ..

-o during which some experience was related matters. $: FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL J
by each person. Miss Nora Mc ..
Neil won a prize for telling the best Mr. J. B. Smith, one of the representative .

8 story. citizens of Pine Castle, A FEATURE TONIGHT ..

Those present were Nora McNeil, spent yesterday Orlando looking : "' : -
: Gussie Sharp, Pearl King, Glenn Hol after business matters. Mr. Smith "AN EYE FOR AN EYE"A .. :- : ;

land, Marian and Elinore Dow, Bessie and Mr. Henry Stubbins, of the same .
Hough Dorothy Hart Mary Howard, place, will leave today for Chicago to splendid Western Drama, .. -- <

Lillian Kingsley. Mrs. L. F. Brig- interest home seekers in the best sec complete in four parts.
ham and Mrs. J. B. Moody assisted. tion in the state. I CURTIS & O'NEAL

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LADIES' AID YESTERDAY.The been in Miami for the past two weeks, Box of Ladies' Handkerchiefs Insurance Loans Real Estate $
Ladies' Aid has accepted a position with the Miami
Society of the Baptist
Abstract given at nine o'clock.
church company and will make away
met yesterday for the
his permanent home here. Mr. Vivian Rentals
regular monthly business meeting.An .
succeeds G. Griffith as abstractor. I .
interesting program for the after
Mr. Griffith leaves for Houston Tex. II
noon had been arranged by Mrs. II
JziH -Miami Herald. The One- rice Theater
George Barker. At the business ses

sion Mrs. Frank Rigero resigned as Col. Akers who resides on SouthOrange The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN I I
of the
secretary organization and Mrs.
Robert avenue has been very ill for
Stevenson
was elected to fill I
the place. Delightful refreshments the last two days. He was taken sick 10 cents 5 cents
.
P=i were served by the committee i in Saturday evening, and up to last ESTABLISHED 1886 -- -
evening no improvement
in his condi
of this
charge feature of the
programand
tion could be observed.
o proved a very acceptable part of Since Satur- Don't forget to see "Who i
day he has
the afternoon's morning been in a stupor.
program. Dr. Persons is in attendance.Mr. Pays?" Thursday. '
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daughter, Miss Ruth Bryan, formerly 1
u pleasant party leaving Orlando of Fort Lauderdale, are being welcomed '
Saturday by auto for points in Georgia to Miami by numbers of !

and Mississippi was composed ofM. friends, who are rejoicing in their de-
M. Smith and charming daughters, cision to make Miami their permanent It Melts inYour Mouth

and Messrs. Whitney W. Wright and home. They are occupying a
George Burden. Mr. Smith and
pretty home on Seventh street near
daughters will return this week. The the boulevard.-Miami Metropolis. 1i
two remaining members of the party Y
DAILY BULLETIN
will spend a month or more enjoying !
WHO PAYS?
vacations. :Mr. Burden will visit different .

points in Georgia, while :Mr. "The Price of Fame" is the first Peach t
Wright will spend some time in Mississippi drama in a series of twelve on vital .
.. questions of life. Each theme is com-
plete. The remarkable series of pic- Special Vanilla Special 1
-- will
tures be shown at the Roof Garden '
METHODISTIISSIO ARY starting Thursday, August 5.
SOCIETYIET.. The theme being the tale of a man Sultana Roll ChocolateI Bisque
who was wedded to his art and took
The regular meeting of the Methodist unto himself a wife; of how his art
Missionary Society was held yesterday proved a jealous mistress and his wifea Pistachio Cherry Pineapple Taitonue :
afternoon in the church social failure; also of the price of ,
OJ par the air of Olympus, and of a mortal .
lors. In
the absence of the
president who
came to naught. 8-3-ltc
vrt Mrs. Rush the meeting was presided We deliver from one quart upHand's
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over by Mrs. A. A. Gould. The
..... regular
Q.) Q.) business of the society was disposed -
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of and a pleasant time was en c
= joyed by all of the ladies present.
-3 rto -0- PROGRAMK.

fc MRS. DUCKWORTH B. "The Roughneck." A dra- Pure Ice Cream i
CO WILL ENTERTAIN.This ma, in two parts featuring Wm. S.

..cs evening the board of stewardsof Hart.American. "Does It End Right.
v < the Methodist church will hold Comedy-drama. Phone 566 and 666f }
L their regular business meeting at the Keystone. "The Rent Jumpers."
i". home of Mrs. E. G Duckworth. Comedy.
All
Four good reels of :Mutual movies.
of the stewards are invited to bring Five cents to all. I



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t BUY SEED OATS EARLY AND NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR NOTICE NOTICEOf
FIVAL DISCHARGE
SAVE 3IONEY Of Application for Tax Deed Under Application for Tax Deed Under
r In Court of County Judge, Orange Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Section 8 of Chapter 4888,
Seed oats like seed corn should bef ; County, State of Florida-In re Es- Laws of Florida Laws of Florida FOR SALE
. I Notice is hereby given that Lee Notice is hereby given that ElgivaA.
f selected from native stock. Oatst tate of John F. Gordon.
Notice is hereby given, to all whomit Smoot, of Plymouth, Fla., purchaser Biddell, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
t which have been grown in a given may concern, that on the 29th day of tax ceretificate No. 305 dated the purchaser of tax certificate No. 2188, l
\ community for a number of genera- of September, A. D. 1915, I shall apply 2nd day of July, A. D. 1900, has filed dated the 5th day of November, A. D. t
tions have become adapted to the conditions to the Honorable Wm. Martin, I said certificate in my office, and has 1895 has filed said certificate in my I
of that community and so will judge of said court, as judge of pro- made application for tax deed to issuein office, and has made application for Will offer for sale for a few days
I tax deed to issue in accordance with
admin- accordance with law. Said certifi-
bate, for my final discharge as
r make better yields than foreign seed. istratrix of the estate of John F. Gor- cate embraces the following described law. Said certificate embraces the the property corner Orange Avenue
r This statement is especially true of don, deceased, and that at the same property, situated in Orange county, following described property, situatedin i ,
. Florida oats. New varieties should time I will present to said court my Flordia, towit: West half of south- Orange county, Florida, to-wit:
final accounts as administratrix of east quarter of southwest quarter of Southwest quarter of northeast quar- Jackson and Boone Streets, known as
i be tried perhaps in hope of finding 2 ter, section 16, township 23 south,
said estate, and ask for their ap northeast quarter, section 31, town-
better variety than the native ones, proval.Dated. ship 20 south, range 28 east. The range 30 east. The said land being the skating rink property, for $26,000.
, but the main crop should be planted March 29, A. D. 1915. said land being assessed at the date assessed at the date of the issuanceof
, GORDON of the issuance of such certificate in such certificate in the name of un
seed. MARY E. ,
from home grown 3-30-6mo. Adminstratrix. the name of F. C. and W. R. Briggs. known. $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
, C. K. McQuarrie, state agent for: Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
. farmers' demonstration work in the according to law, tax deed will according to law, tax deed and interest at six per cent.
will issue thereon the of
16th
r University of Florida Extension Di- issue thereon on the 25th day of Au- on day
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR August, A. D. 1915.
gust, A. D. 1915.
vision, said recently that the rusts FINAL DISCHARGE Witness my official signature and Witness my official signature and
i and smuts which attack northern oats In Court of County Judge, Orange seal this the 24th day of July, A. D. seal this the 14th day of July, A. D..
State of Florida-In
; native to Florida. Conse- County, re
not 1915.Seal.
are Estate of Letitia Bardo. 1915.Seal..) B. 3{. ROBINSON, .) B. M. ROBINSON,
quently home grown seed would lessen Notice is hereby given, to all whomit Clerk Circuit Court, Orange Clerk Circuit Court, Orange C.A.HOVEYThe A
the danger of introducing these dis may concern, that on the 22nd day County, Florida. County. Florida.
eases. E. S. Pace, district agent for of December, A. D. 1915, I shall applyto .
the Honorable Wm. :Martin. Judgeof NOTICEOf
E North and West Florida, advises the said Court, as Judge of Probate, Application for Tax Deed Under OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING
farmers to obtain their seed oats as for my final discharge as administrator Section 8 of Chapter 4888, .
E r early in the season as possible, be- of the estate of Letitia Bardo, deceased Laws of Florida Today's Sentinel is replete with the
and that at the same time I
of the
cause they can have their pick advertisements of most of the I
merchants
will present to said Court my final accounts -I Notice is hereby. given that S. S.
f seed. Furthermore, seed is abundantnow as administrator of said estate, :Griffin, of Orlando, Florida,purchaser of Orlando, and there are some
and it is cheaper than it will bet and ask for their approval. of tax certificate No. 120, dated the rare shopping opportunities containedin 14axiet
at planting time. If one waits until Dated June 21, A. D. 1915.D. 2nd day of June, A. D. 1913, has filed these advertisements, which care-
S. BARDO, Administrator. said certificate in office, and has OF
t planting time, one may have. to taker 6-24-wkly-6mo made application for my tax deed to issue I ful and discriminating buyers will CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
undesirable seed at a price above I in accordance with law. Said certifi-i readily grasp. Read all the advertise OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
t what the best of seed will cost now. cate embraces the following described' ments carefully. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
r NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR property, situated in Orange county,
j, "BULLY FORk I FINAL DISCHARGE Florida, towit: Northwest quarter of Kept under the best unitary condition .
northwest quarter, section 26, town-
Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
c2 KANSAS. ship 22 south, range 28 east. The said
f Her attorney general's report for. IN Court of County Judge, Orange land being assessed at the date of the and pure.

6 1913 says: Estate County,of State Martin of J.Florida Meyer.-In re name issuance of W.of L.such Ardue.certificate in the M. O. Dovel! We invite inspection and foanuitee satisfaction. Wt have

I 516,000 children in her public Notice is hereby given, to all whomit Unless said certificate shall be redeemed everything hi the Heat Line.
f schools never saw an open saloon. may concern, that on the day according to law, tax deed
t More than half the jails have no of A. D. 1915, I shall apply will issue thereon on the 24th day of & Son H. 1SOL.: Self & Co.
to the Honorable Wm. Martin, July, A. D. 1915.
r inmates. judge of said court, as judge of probate Witness official signature and
my
NO. 80 PINE
!t 55 of the 105 counties have no inmates for my final discharge as admin- seal this the 21st day of June, A. D. PHONE STREET
in penal institutions. istratrix of the estate of Martin J. ,
r Meyer, deceased, and that at the same 1915.Seal.
.
[ Many counties have not tried a ) B. M. ROBINSON,
I t time I will present to said court my Clerk Circuit Court, Orange

.I F- criminal counties 87 counties in have ten no years.have feeble no minded.insane; 54 said proval.Dated final estate accounts. and as ask administratrix for their ap of By County M. A.,HOWARD Florida. D. C. 106 Grace StreetPhone ARE YOUR CHILDREN LEARNING MUSIC?

March 11, A. D. 1915.
.F 96 counties have no drunkards.I NORA B. MEYER, Administratrix. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR 283-2 Rings These vacation days should be used to interest the
29 counties have no inmates on 3-24-6mo FINAL DISCHARGEIn
hildren: in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish'everything
, poor farms. Court of County Judge, Orange .
c She is the second richest state in County, State of Florida-In re in music and musical instruments. Music reFines '

the Union. $1,700 per capita. Estate of Mary E. McLoon.: elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous
Her death rate is only seven and Behind Notice is hereby given, to all whomit Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating '
t one-half thousand the smallestin Get a.CPeend may concern, that on the 1st day I I iuties of life.
per ; of September, A. D. 1915, I shall apply Oils and Greases. Our wagons
the world. to the Honorable Wm. Martin, W. S. BRANCH
L Less than ten newspapers out off judge of said court, as judge of pro- ; are always at your service. ,
786 published in the state print whiskey enjoy a really cool, dry. tweet I bate, for my final discharge as admin- I THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
l. istratrix of the estate of Mary: E.
. tmole. The Pipe won'tboil !
Wellington
advertisements. I McLoon, deceased, and that at the
wont foul I
She is one of the oldest states in I set same time I will present to said court -
E the Union and the sentiment in favor Mad.In my final accounts as administratrixof I SKATING RINK
k II Am.ricaCametl.OJ said estate, and ask for their ap Ii
the
of prohibition grows stronger as i

years go by. I .pick rmCh.aate.h.oe.- proval.Dated. March 3, A. D. 1915. II I M. O. Dovel! .
i 2Sc.3Scjc"- MARCELLA T. STEVENSON,
Mrs. A. G. Branham and daughter, V7 3-4-15-6mo. Administratrix.
afternoon & SonliQIilMillilllMMtHmiMIMMMIIMilMMIiMiil RACES WEDNESDAY NIGHT
.. Miss Mary, left yesterday Advertise in the Morning Sentinel
f over the Atlantic Coast Line for Jacksonville and get results. I
!r where they will sail on one I
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August
j Line boats for Charleston -- --
of the Clyde -
r S. C., going from that city to I 1 Say Al.j : .

t Asheville. After a sojourn there, Speed Races Barrel Race
they will go to Black Mountain, N. C., BREAKERS HOTELDAYTONA ,
You want to see this new
j
: where they will spend the remainder I BEACH, FLORIDA Potato Race
[ of the heated term in the "Land of .package Spider is introducing to
the Sky." Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy.{
j[the market-its the swellest Hot and Cold running water in every room ADMISSION 1O CENTS

I British Columbia last year mined I thing out in the way of little LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH ,

$520,000 worth of gold. Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to

t Cigars. $10 per week, American Plan.

Sweden in 1914 imported 3,651 tons See him at theGood New Bath House Free to Guests
of rye from the United States. ORLANDO ROOFING '

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i Located in the Arcade Building

The Morning Sentinel Want I All work guaranteed and neat-
OHLAJSTDOCement Directory is the Greatest Want ly done. Our work is the best DEPOTBUTTER
Ad Medium in Orlando. and our prices are the lowest.

II This is the place to have
Terms Cash in Advance. your .J
I old clothes made new.
Plaster and Lime
Agatite RATES Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit MILK

For One Day _____________25t dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Fresh Every Day.
:I For Three Day. ____________50c 5c. per glass
pressed _____________40c.
For Six Days _______________75c 25c.
For One Month ____________$ .50 All Palm Beaches scrubbedand per gallon +
This rate applies on all ads of pressed ____________oOc CREAM AND MILK
_. ., I s, 25 words or less. If the ad con- Mohair suits pressed ______25c. BUTTER
I! tains more than 25 words the rate We do ladies' work also. Giveus Fresh Homemade
I will be
one cent per word for
I each additional word, for each in- a trial and be convinced. SANDWICHES
sertion.If Clothes called for and delivered. PIES AND CAKES
you can't bring your ad to Phone 613.
: the office telephone No. 24. Ac-

i I counts opened by telephone will be You'll hear a man say "No, it
4 : Ia : payable the following day. doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals ARCADE MILK DEPOT

I :I' Every Home--Every Business- to too small a class of people."
Every Man has use for a And yet when the same man loses
Ii Sentinel Want Ad. his bunch of keys he rushes to the

I newspaper with a "Lost": ad, although ANNUAL MOUNTAIN AND SEASHOREBxcursion
-A/ he knows that in the whole

I FOR SALE wide world there is only one person
who can possibly be influenced by his"Lost"
i FOR SALE-Ford touring car; overhauled -
ad. Contradictory, isn't it?
( I and repainted; in fine condi- Sentinel Want Ads Par.
tion; a bargain. See Mr. Hutton, at
Pine and Main streets, southwest cor-
ner. 8-l-3t
The hired girl has went-she was

MULES FOR SALE hired, she was tired, she was fired;
S Pair nice mare mules in good condition but smile-you can get another by YL4
suitable for farm or heavy hauling using our want ad. column.
; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply Atlantic Coast LineStandard
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining --- -
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc
Harness Makingand
FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, Railroad of the South
Sunshine Starts the Day With Smile top
Mary a and wind shield, at Ford Garage.
7-3-tf Repairing

Knowing that she does not have to struggle with coal or wood fire she can steal that ex- FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Round trip rates from
tra half hour in bed which she so much enjoys. She goes down to a cool kitchen, strikes a one quarter mile from city limits; All kinds of leather repairing, suchas ORLANDO
The breakfast is very fine for citrus or subdivision Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,
match and the breakfast is cooking. prepared and eaten in cool comfort pur-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.69tf Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket Washington, D.C.$22.00
because there is no overheated range to make a. furnace of the home. I Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also Norfolk, Va. ___________ 20.00

Richmond, Va__________ 20.00
is done in convenient, clean oven which she can keep at the get your scissors sharpened. j
Her baking a right temperature FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOne 0
Baltimore, Md__________ 21.00
which is never too hot and never too cold. She can cook a whole meal with one flame. And then
the dish washing is so easily accomplished. She has plenty of hot water on tap, although you may won- of the best trucking and fruit 25 West Church Street, in Hopkins' Round Trip Rates from
kitchen fire, fire in the furnace.
der where she gets it as there is no no Shoe Shop.
farms in Prosper Colony, consisting JACKSONVILLEWilmington
The secret of all this convenience and comfort for Mary Sunshine is that she uses Gas for of 25 acres; 9 acres in cultivation; all W. A. BOSTON
fuel. She has a Cabinet Gas Range, a Gas Water Heater and a Gas Iron. She knows that true home comfort under fence. Will be sold at a sacri-I I :! N. C. ______$12.00
comes from the use of Gas and at the end of the month her household accounts balance on the fice for cash, if sold in 30 days. A 7-20-121 Winston-Salem, N. C. ___ 14.00
right side for Gas is the most economical of fuejs.} good crop will go with the place. A I i
good six room house and good out 'Hot I Springs, Va________ 18.50
Watch Mary Sunshine. She will tell you more about this wonderful household convenience. buildings. In sight of depot, church Phone 72 i i Roanoke, Va ___________ 16.25
and school. The place will bear in- Chattanooga, Tenn 13.80
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Box spection.57, Taft For, Fla.particulars,7-24-12t address I Monteagle, Tenn _______ 15.05
Paul V. Hutchins Mammoth Cave, Ky____ 17.95
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR RENT 'I,I Warm Springs, Ga. _____ 9.00
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur- Tickets Sold August 11-Limit
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. August 29.
Knox. 7-9-tf Davis & McNeil Bldg

I I ORLANDO, FLA.i
WANTED
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,I For Information Call on
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1 WANTED-Plain sewing, by the day.I D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
Especially good at darning and+ W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
mending. Mother's helper in general. When Greek Orlando
f = Address K., Sentinel, or phone 478. I
7-28-6tc II
I Meets Greek
AUTOMOBILE WANTED Hupmo-'I I
Sale bile, 1914 or 1915 model, preferred.
Would consider other cars. For a Was symbolic of an order fast Cut Flowers
good car I will give a lot 50x300 fac- passing from the modern stageof
ing the Gulf of Mexico on the little action. When gentleman
Gasparilla Island, Boca Grande, Flor- and Plants
ida; the best resort and finest fishing meets gentleman will supplantthe
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 in the state. If necessary will pay old adage, and the one who
difference. Address Auto, Box 321, wins as the most perfect gentle- Floral Designs
Orlando, Fla. 7-30-6tc man will be the one who feels
And for two weeks
continuing
BUYERS AND SELLERSI himself to be such. Your per-

buy, sell rent, and exchange real. sonal appearance has a powerful
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., effect on your consciousness. .Violet Dell Florist. -

I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I over$20,000,000.30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over .

10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

Orlando J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
Come out to the big masqueradeball
On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, at Wekiwa Springs, Thursday 509. 408 South Lake Si.
evening, August 5. Lots of fun. Everybody -
Kimonas, and House Dresses in the afternoon.invited. Boating and bathing Steam LaundryPHONE ..

88

Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at "while Umbrellas you wait recovered," at Young's and repaired Repair CLINT BASSPHONE

Shop. 21 :Ii:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I 375
To reduce our stock as much as pos- West Jefferson Street
'sible by the 15th, will give a discount
of 25 per cent. off our regular cash e Successor to
Come and look at our line I price on any goods in stora. Ham-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf Hand)Wood' Company a

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. No individual with anything to sell DR. L H. RAMSDEU
Wood of AIIKlnds
or trade can successfully find a buyeror OPTOMETRIST

WINTER GARDEN FLA. trader without the aid of the Sentinel ORLANDO, FLORIDA PROMPT SERVICE .
I want ads. Remember that its TE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
PRICE
circulation represents five-sixths of AND DO ALL KINDS OF REASONABLE

,the Orlando community. OPTTrAJ. REPAIRING .
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At the Exposition Mr. Gray Rush went up to Jacksonville -
yesterday to look after business PAY YOUR BILLS H
and anywhere else In the United States-the safest way to carry matters.
"travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They are ,
accepted like currency at hotels,ticket offices,and the best stores and
shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued in Mr. Percy Moore left yesterday
$10 $ZO. 53; and $100. morning for Jersey City, where he BEFORE THE 10th TO JI
will time.
spend some

((1t: 1 :B: Cheques Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
Pays? Thursday night Roof W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
r' lw; (American Bankers AssocidiorJ Garden. 8-l-4tc Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
t City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries. I I
.a Mr. Allen S. Weathersbee spent Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
tLkgp yesterday in Tampa attending to business John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
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matters. J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange ell-Duckworth Company Dept.
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((1 occrpttd Oil,hebpu avenue and Arcade building. Store.
,\ i Ihr iL J wioa Gioundi Mr. A. P. Connelly, of Sanford,was I. \V. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
among the well known visitors to Orlando J. A. Caplmger, Electrician.CoOperative Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
yesterday.If Orlando Paint & Wall Paper COt R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.
T. P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.
you spend $10 a week you save Our Grocery Company.They .
$10! a year by asking for savings
checks. 8-1-tf : will give you back 2 cents in Savings

jr-\ Mr. J. W. Jackson is spending today : Checks for every dollar you spend with them

L 4 ; ness in matters.Jacksonville looking after busi- : in cash or if you pay your bill by the 10th of ,

+ 1 : the month, therefore

; Mr. and Mrs. C. 1.. Pipkin and son,
Master Charles, left yesterday after-
noon for Tampa to visit relatives. Ask for SAVINGS CHECKS !

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Who Pays? Thursday night Roof .
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t +, t Garden. 8l4tcWho .
a .
GpOD fpA C D FpA .
Miss Margaret Hart returned to f !
e Orlando yesterday afternoon from an y
fog DEPOSIT FOR DEPOSIT
enjoyable outing at Daytona Beach. IN THE IN THE
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SAYINGSDEVARTMENTOF SAYINGSCEPARTMENTOF
THEPEOPLES o k, THEPEOPLES R,+ .
Mr. W. J. Slough, one of Pine Cas- NATIONAL NATIONAL ro.A
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tle's citizens, spent yesterday in Orlando o A1ANm.f BANK oi p 1 y Ql BANK NDO.F p"y dS
looking after business matters.If .

The State Bank of Orlando
$10 a you year spend by$10 asking a week for you savings save Then don't keep them at home but deposit

checks. 8-1-tf them at once so they will earn 4 per cent in-

Messrs. F. A. Wallace and W. J. terest for you in the Savings Department of the o <
Conolly are spending today in Lake-
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land looking after important busi-

ness matters.Dr. : Peoples National Bank

Mary A. Spink, who has been I
spending some time at her home, Koo-
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It's An 11111.11.111111111.1111111.11.1111111111111111111111111111
To
Economy ter Kove Kottage, on Rock lake, left

yesterday for Indianapolis, Ind. .. I .. .L..I..III..I.III.I..IIII.I'I.I.11'l'I'IIIIQIIIII""IIII t-'
Buy Now! -
If you spend $10 a week you save .
$10 a year by asking for savings


checks.Deaconess Harriet Parkhill 8-1-tf and PACKARD Wins Grand

Master David Manley left yesterdayfor
Greenville, S. C., to visit relativesand
ELDER friends. Prize at San Francisco


Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Stephenson, who
have been visiting relatives and !
friends in Huntland, Tenn., for sev- The only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

Spring WaterIs eral weeks are expected home today. ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -

were both awarded to PACKARD.It .

$10 If a you year spend by$10 asking a week for you savings save is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-

checks. 8-1-tf ties of permanent success that are back of the new
a standard for
Mr. D. A. Arnold, the popular night
purity aids diges- clerk at the San Juan hotel, left Sun-
day for Chicago and other principal Packard T \vinSixSan
tion and eliminates cities where he will spend several
weeks.

acidity. :: ::
Mr. and Mrs. Roy White and son

This being accomplished a world of sickness arrived in Orlando yesterday from
Port Tampa on a visit to Misses Reba Juan jj
is saved. Nature provided Spring Water and, Jessie White and Mr. Claude Garage Company.

and Spring Water alone for mankind and White, at the Central House.

nothing can take its place.BEGIN Orlando-Daytona
Who Pays? Thursday night, Roof -

NSW Garden. 8-l-4tc .: DISTRIBUTORSWho

The many friends of Mr. E. A.
Quigg, who has been very ill for some
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him so far improved as to be able to =
Elder Spring Water Co. be out upon the streets yesterday. .. 1111111..1111111.111


ORLANDO, FLORIDA Mr. J. L. Sutton, of Atlanta, repre- Will Be Your Executor?
senting J. Hungerford Smith Com-
Phone WRIGHT 444
pany, New York, was among the com-
mercial representatives visiting Or- r
ANSWER NO. 2
lando yesterday.
r Your estate may be materially impaired as a oN

- --- ----- Messrs. Louis Baas and Chas. Bennett direct result of the appointment of an executoror
left yesterday afternoon over the trustee.
..1..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.JAUTHORITIES I
Atlantic Coast Line for Murphy, N. : When an individual is appointed- ,.. w
C., where they will spend their well E.
earned vacations. :. The financial responsibility is generally -weaker.

It is usually provided in wills that the person
:' Mr. Earl Gore left yesterday morn- : nominated to serve as executor shall be excused t..
: ing for Daytona Beach where he will : from giving bonds.

DIFFERAs spend a couple of weeks with Mrs When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense
Gore, who with a party of friends i is; : of the estate, and then only partial security R
spending a portion of the summer at :
that place. against loss is provided.
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis :. When a Trust Company is selected Y4 a, ; a J''

a certain period in the lives of most of us when our Mrs. W. P. Pillans and daughter The positive advantage of strong financial re-

dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with o Laura, who have been visiting Mr. sponsibility is secured.A .l
t and Mrs. S. A. Robinson at their entire financial
Diamonds.A bond which has behind it the .
home on North Main street for the strength of the Institution is always filed with
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of t past six weeks, left yesterday after- the Probate Court at no cost to the estate. a
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. noon for Lakeland.A. .
will in subsequent issue
Answer No. 3 appear a
May we pilot your matrimonial bark?
: B. Cook & Co, representing a : of this newspaper.
l number of Georgia and other clients,
: have opened a temporary office in the .
i Watkins block. At present they br\e :t Come in any time and freely ask for further ( 1Yr
I an inquiry for a small bank in a town i ..t information on this vitally important subject. '
: within twenty mies of Orlando, -'Iso sr 'I&--J
< I j You are always welcome, and our officers are alI -
for cement plant, and hide business:; : DIIr
T.D.EVANS They handle !all kinds of business opportunities I, ways glad to advise.
: timber, lumber, lands and :

: investments. 8-3-ltc--::. j-I .I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

JEWELER : DoctorsBuekinastcr i it

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: OSTEOPATHS I and Profits $141,000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus
: at Kirksville: )Io.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above IIto
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