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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 4, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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-,VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 1915. NUMBER 149.

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25 REPORTED DEAD IN ERIE PA. FLOODS ;





WILL SEND MEXICO 60-DAY ULTIMATUM




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HOUSES WASHED UNDERMINED AWAYCOMMUNICATION AND- DIRECTORS OF THE H SUB GREAT BRITAIN RBECTS PAN-AMERICA MAY COMBINE -

BUSINESS AND MUSICAl : FORCE PEACE ON

.' CUT TROPICAL FAIR MET j ARGUMENTS OF THE I WARRING FACTIONS


CITY IN DARKNESS WATER! RISING ''MADERO PARTYTD BE RECOGNIZED
t YESTERDAYc. UNITED STATES
t COURSfS[ Will Of ADDED TO

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Rescue Workers Face Perils of Official in Line of SuccessionWill ,
E. HOWARD ACCEPTS AS FOUR NOTES IN INTERNATIONAL -i


Flood Save in Heroic Victims the Lives Efforts of to SUPERINTENDENT PUBLICITY DEI'T.OF THE CURRICUlUM Of O. U. S.I S.S.LEAVE MADE CONTROVERSY PUBLIC I He stitutional Recognized President Gov't.as Con Provisional j!



Fair Will Be
Probably Second Claims That They Are Merelyan I
BULLETIN
: Week of Januar-Try to of Washington Aug. 3.-An ultimatum -
Erie, Pa., Aug. 3.-Twenty personsare SCHOOL BOARDS COUNTY Adaptation All Prin- to establish in Mexico will
peace .
believed to be dead in the flood Get Five Counties in MONDAY FOR STATEENCAMPMENT ciples to Aid in Ger- be '
I Villa
sent to Zapata, and Carranza .
AND LOCAL UNITE ON
caused cloudburst here AssociationThe ,
by a today. : man Blockade ;
as soon as possible after Thurs-
The police say that the number may NEW COURSES day's conference between Secretary

be 2:;. directors of the Subtropical Washington, Aug. 3. In a series of j Lansing and the diplomatic representatives '

Water is running from three to Midwinter Fai- held an important communications between Great Brit- i
of Argentine Brazil Chile Bolivia ?
j -
five feet deep in the streets. meeting at the San Juan hotel Tues- BIG THING FOR ORlANDO STUDENTSIs ain and this government given out '
SIXTY-TWO STRONG, COMPANY | Uruguay, and Guatemala. 1
Many houses have been washed day morning to take up 1 number of today, the British government rejects i The
j terms of the ultimatum, which 1
from their foundations.The preliminary matters in order to get GOES TO BLACK all of the
Merely an Opening Wedge; arguments of the state department -J will be addressed not only to the three 1
water has reached the second the real work of the fair under way POINT NEXT WEEK and attempts to justify its factional leaders, but to the people of 1

story of other houses and rescuersare as speedily as possible. Additional to Other Departments Will treatment of American commerce, but Mexico, are substantially as follows:

working to the limit of their abil- the president and directors there were. Orlando Rifles Have Been Working Be Added as Soon as promises a measure of relief in cer- First, that peace must be estab- 1

ity conveying persons in perilous positions present a number of superintendents : Hard to Make Good PossibleTo tain instances, and suggests that the lished within at least sixty days.

to places of safety. of departments, and Mr. C. E. How- Showing at State I United States appeal to an interna- Second, if peace does not materialize 1

The city is in total darkness and ard, who has accepted the position of Meet the Patrons of the Orlando Public !tional tribunal in those cases in which I the United States, acting with six: ;

all lines of communication are down superintendent of publicity, and Ed- Schools it believes that the rights of Americans I I of the leading South and Central

with the exception of one telegraphwire itor Reese, of the ReporterStar.The : have not received full and fair I I American 1
will 4
Company C, of the second regiment, In line with the many progressive powers, open up by
to the edge of the town. various departments were discussed consideration.The .
force and keep line of 1
I I a railway
t and certain changes were National Guard of Florida, sixty-two plans of the Orlando school trustees, notes are four in number. Theyare open
communication between Mexico
it will doubtless be pleasure to all City
a
--. DEATH OF JIRS. W. M. MATHEWSThe made in the matter for publication in strong, rank and file, under com- and friends of the : and Vera Cruz. '
patrons public
the premium book and passed over to mand of Capt. Ray Chapman and. schools to learn that it has been decided The note from Great Britain dated Third that the United States and :

announcement of the death of the publicity superintendent for ar- Lieut. L. W. Rivers, will leave Or- by the local board after careful July 24, which was held up tempora- these six powers will recognize some
rangeiiert in order to get the book rily at the request of Lord Grey,
Mrs. W. M. Mathews will be receivedby
lando and individual of the Madero constitutional -
Monday, August 9, on the midnight investigation with the advise-
into the hands
of the
the older residents of Orlando j printers as soon ment and assistance of the dealing with the general subject of regime, such as Tagle, Lascurain,
,
train the Atlantic county
CoastLine
i'as over
possible.; He instructed to
was secure the
treatment of American owned
with feelings of profound sorrow. Mrs. { board of public instruction, to add the or some other official in line of suc-
rolicitor for the for Black Point
the Johns
a advertising on St. cargoes.
Mathews and her husband, daughter ; departments of music and business cession to the position of provisional
features of the book and the public riser, where the annual of instruction The supplementary note from Great
and son, were residents of this city camp methods to the president after the death of Madero
present curriculum as
for several years. There were many ,i i will be waited upon very soon, whenit will be held for eight days. soon as proper arrangements can be Britain dated July 31, which was and his vicepresident.Fourth .
is hoped the same generous inter- brought forth by the American caveat
regrets when they removed to Tampa. The local company will be joined made. that this provisional presi-
Mrs. Mathews was taken sick some est will be shown as heretofore. The After much refusing to recognize the validity of dent of Mexico will be sustained by
date for the fair has not been defi- here by companies from the follow correspondence and
days ago at her old home in Gainesville into the the British prize court proq S4ings as the active and moral support of the
nitely fixed though it is pretty gen- ing places: Plant City, St. Peters- many inquiries subject of they are at present conducted.In .
,- Ga., where she was visiting, and public school music, the members of six American powers.
..1 erally understood that it will be dur- burg, Tampa, Wauchula, Lakeland, this note Great Britain makes
the malady, typhoid fever, proved the local board went to Jacksonvillelast When the provisional president has
'a ing the second week in January.It her suggestion of an appeal to .an in-
fatal yesterday morning.The and Arcadia. week to satisfy themselves as to been named the powers, by embargo,
is the purpose of the directors to ternational tn un.aL
deceased lived a consecratedlife will stop the shipment of arms and
The Orlando Rifles have been drill- the merits of the system in use in
and her will be long secure an additional county, makinga The communication from the state munitions of war into :Mexico exceptto
memory the Duval schools which
fair this ing regularly for some time and Capt. had been
cherished by those who knew her best five-county negotiations to recommended from department to Ambassador Page at aid the leader who is recognized.
and longest. She leaves a devoted end going forward at an early date. Chapman expects his boys to make a side highly many out- London, dated July 15, in regard to

husband and loving daughter to In that event the name will probablybe good showing at the state meet. sources. the case of the American ship Neches, BASEBALL RESULTS
Following a lengthy interview with
mourn her loss. The Sentinel, with I changed to something like the Five- The general orders, or camp pro- the music and instructing him to inform Great Brit-
supervisor, attending
many friends, extends condolence to I County Midwinter Subtropical Fair. gram, which has been prepared for several classes at the summer insti- ain that this government does not rec- National League
Additional arrangements as to this year's encampment promises to ognize the legality of her seizure of
the bereaved ones. tute, the members of the board Pittsburgh 4-2, Boston 67.
I space, etc., will be provided for, so be one of especial interest. One of most enthusiastic were the cargo and insisting that it be "ex- All others wet grounds.
at the thorough
that there will be ample room for all the main features of life will peditiously released.
COUNTY SOLONS FIX BUDGET camp methods and good results obtained. American League
AND TRANSACT ROUTINE comers. be the rifle shooting. After the local Such music teacher The reply of the British government Boston 2, Detroit 1.
the board
a as expects -
t ; BUSINESS The persons present were unani- boys quit camp the first regiment on the Neches case, dated July Washington 1, St. Louis 0.
to recommend will have had
mous in the opinion that the pros- from Jacksonville and the West Coastof 31, declaring that so long as Germany New York-Chicago wet grounds.
special training in public school music
The county commissioners of Or- pect is very encouraging for a big Florida, go into camp. Two days be continues to destroy American lives, Philadelphia-Cleveland, rain.
work and competent to direct cho-
ange met in regular session Mondayand fair next spring, and all were readyto will elapse from the time the St. Petersburg ships and cargoes, it is neither just Federal League
rus singing in all grades, help with
put plenty of vim into the work. militia breaks and the nor reasonable to Great Britain
adjourned yesterday afternoon at camp the high school orchestra and teach press Pittsburgh 0-4, Brooklyn 3-2.
President Woodruff goes at it with time the Jacksonville and last for an abandonment of what she understands Kansas
5 o'clock. The entire time of the camp folk dancing in the lower grades, if it City 3, Baltimore 2.
vigor and Ex-President Dickson lends aggregations arrive. All who to be her rights. Great
commissioners has been taken up with men advisable. St. Louis 10, Buffalo 1.
routine business and arranging the all the assistance possible. Secretary have made the grade of expert rifle- seems These innovations Britain holds that, in general, her Chicago-Newark, wet grounds.

budget; "which goes into effect the O'Neal is not in the city, but will return men will be allowed to remain are no experi- measures are not only reasonable,but Southern League
ment, as they have been a part of the
fired with new zeal and the through and with from that they are merely an adaptationof
first of October in compliance with compete men equipment of hundreds of schools in New Orleans 9, Little Rock 6.
the newly enacted law. All membersof treasurer and all the superintendents, both the first and second regiments. all of the for all the principles to aid in the Ger- Atlanta 3-3, Nashville 0-4.
parts country
many
the board were present except vice-presidents and officials are de- Thirty riflemen who have qualified by man blockade. Chattanooga 1, Mobile 0.
termined to make of this, if possible, the years, adding greatly to the interest She refuses to the view of
making highest accept
Chairman Overstreet, who is at a sanitarium marksmanship and "class spirit" of the individual Memphis 6, Birmingham 5.
in Kansas City. Commissioner the greatest fair the state has ever grades, will be chosen to train for the grades.As this government that she had no right

had. state rifle team which will by international law to blockade neu-
A. C. Starbird of Apopka, ablyAa represent to the results obtained, mention GERMANS EXTEND LINES
presided in the absence of the chair- Florida in the national shoot at Black may be made of the recent commence- tral ports against goods going to or AROUND VERDUN
man. TEUTONS FORGING AHEAD IN Point in October. This event prom- coming from an enemy country.
ment at Jacksonville, when the com- London, Aug. 3.The Germans
ises to be one of the most important
THE EAST bined 8th grades, some 250 boys and have further extended their lines
occurrences in militia life for LECZNA IN POLAND TAKEN BY
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD some ,
girls, gave two choral numbers which around Verdun and have made some
time to come. Men from all the GERMANS
London Aug. 3.-The Germans and over musical people compared most favor- slight gains in the Vosges where the

The Woodmen of the World which Austrians although moving more state are extremely anxious to make ably with the best work of the Jacksonville French are making feints at Colmar,

meets tonight, has been making great slowly than in the first stages of their their grades and enter the shooting Choral society. Vienna (via Amsterdam), Aug. 3.- according to official dispatches to-
strides in the last few months. We contest and compete for the high hon- in has been
Warsaw campaign are steadily forg- For the business department, it is Leczna Poland capturedby night.

have taken in over one hundred new ing ahead both north and southeast.The ors. In this regard the local boys planned to equip one of the rooms of Von Mackensin's AustroGermanarmy All news from the western theatreof

applications and others still comingin. principal operations are pro- have a fighting chance and it is unan- the high school building with suitable according to an official state- war indicates that the "nibbling"process

Tonight we will initiate a classof imously hoped that the best of them I ment issued by the general staff here
ceeding in the latter district at pres- tables and chairs, and the necessary by which Gen. Joffre proposedto
will be able to the national I
fifteen. Every member should ent, although in Courland Gen. Von enter number of typewriters, the extra tonight. harass the Germans is being em-

come out and help. Buelow is making strides toward meet. I room being available because of the ployed instead by the Teutons who

Dvinsk in his attempt to cut off the changes now being made in the building On that vacation, remember the 50 are keeping the allies on the defen-

i THE WEATHERFor Petrograd railway, which is one of DEATH OF COl. C. F. AKERS giving two large extra class cent library edition, and 10 cent paper sive despite their numerical superiority. -

Florida: Partly; cloudy today the two remaining Russian supply rooms, with very small sacrifice of novels. Curtis & O'Neal. .

and Thursday; moderate winds. lines. space formerly used.

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LATE LAST NIGHTHAD
White Of Dear Old ,
Great Lights
course, which will include bookkeeping -

Again Unlucky Motorist Gets stenography, and typewriting, an

I BEEN BEDRIDDEN FORA elective under certain conditions, for Broadway See Novel Gatherings J

Stuck And 4 Harvesters Happy, NUMBER YEARS OF complete pupils who classical do not choose course to and take there-the -- -


by make a bid for the continued at- New York, Aug. 3.-A strange out- I{people listening to some speaker or

Cottonwood Falls, Kas., Aug. 3.- which they held up the stranded motor -i tendance of many students who might growth of the great world war rag- other and joining in the discussion.

Four harvest hands in Ford countyare car owners for the five or ten I The Funeral Will Be Held From otherwise leave school before graduation ing three thousand odd miles from They talk about everything under the

making fortunes, according to minutes' service they rendered in pull- the Residence on S. Orange because of the necessity of a Manhattan's shores is the nightly sun, from religion and politics downto

ing his machine out of the mud. Ave. at 4 O'clock This more practical education. forum-like appearance of Broadway. advertising methods and the single

R. B. Harris, of this city, who has The harvesters had a good strong AfternoonCol. This department has also proven Especially on Sunday nights does the tax.

just returned from a motoring trip to team of horses and a wagon, besidesa most successful in many schools, and Great White Way present the"appear- Among these men are Englishmen,

Colorado. These four harvest hands, collection of shovels and other mud- C. F. Akers, one of Orlando's is now in operation in several citiesin ance of an elongated, serpentine de- Germans, Frenchmen, Italians, Russians -

who were working between the townsof digging tools. They would take up oldest and esteemed citizens, died at I and around the state. Business bating society.Of Americans, and men of nearlyall

Kinsley and Dodge City, were con- their stand on a hill about half a the home of his son, Dr. Ernest Akers, I;law and banking are among the many course Broadway always has other races and nationalities.

tented with the good wages they were mile from the vexing mudhole. Then at eleven-thirty o'clock last night. studies which can be added to the been and always will be the scene of They differ about the war, so de-

making from the wheat harvest until when a car was seen approachingthey Col. Akers was seventy-six years course, if the need arises. street meetings political rallies in bates arise. It is remarkable though,

they discovered one rainy day that would drive leisurely toward the old and for the past four years has Domestic science and mechanical I campaign time the Salvation Army that the debates with very few exceptions -

there was easier money in pulling mudhole, generally arriving a few been bedridden. The funeral services drawing were also considered by the gatherings, and the soap-box effortsof always are amicable. Thereare

motor car tourists out of a big mud- minutes after the motor car had got- will take place this afternoon at four trustees as useful additions to the the suffragists, but nowadays on no altercations, no fights, and no

hole on the Santa Fe trail. Five dol- ten into the mud. They are reported o'clock at the home of the son, corner equipment of the Orlando schools, but I Sunday nights every available corneris riots, as might be expected in such a ..."

lars a car was the schedule price for ,. to have made $85 for one day's work. of South and South Orange avenue. (Continued on page 5} the gathering place of a knot of cosmopolitan atmosphere.r l
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WITH FLORIDA EDITORS 1,000 TRIPS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC "DONT SPOIL THE MIDDIES"San MACHINISTS DEI.XDIORE 1IIII"I"'I"II'III'I"'I'II'I'I" "II'I" .
QUITE ENOUGH FOR PAY
Refuse to ApologizeThe KINSLEY
other day a man did a kind Francisco, Cal.-San Francisco Figs Figs Figs !
society is not going to spoil the 860 Pawtucket, R. I.-Demands for increased -
deed, and the Journal noted it, be- New York.-Having completed up-
cause the persons to whom the kind wards of 1,000 round trips across the midshipmen who are here today on pay and shorter hours were Preserved Figs in Cans. Dried Figs in Wooden Boxes
ness was shown particularly requested. Atlantic ocean and travelled alto- I the battleships Missouri, Wisconsinand made by machinists of Potter & Johnson i

The man did not like the public- gether, he estimates, about 6,500,000 Ohio, if Rear Admiral William P. today. The firm employs nearly

ity at all, and told the Journal so. miles, Howard E. Hinsley, purser of Fullam, squadron commander, can 1,000 men and is said to be engagedin I Florida Honey ', .
But the Journal did not care. For the American Line steamship St. help it. The middies are to be given
making for France machines for
because of the little notice of that Louis, has decided that he has had liberal shore leave, but they must be Honey in Combs or Bottles.Cherries .
man's little act of kindness, another enough of the sea. When the ship. back aboard ship before dark. the manufacture of shells. The demands -
kind person called up and said they which arrived here yesterday, returnsto "Society must not overdo this of the men who seek an increase -
had seen the notice, and wanted to do Liverpool Mr. Hinsley will retire. thing," said the officer, discussing the of five cents an hour and an for PunchWe

something, too. And so the man did He is sixty years old. For the rest large number of entertainments eight hour workday, were presentedby *
two kind acts, instead of one, and the of his time he intends to occupy a lit- planned for his young charges.; a committee representing the In- have both Maraschino and Mint Flavors in :
Journal refuses to apologize. tle farm in Scotland. He began his "These lads have work to do as wellas ternational Association of Machin red and green. :

Kindness is not so plentiful that we career at sea when twelve years old, play. This trip is part of their ists. .
can afford to pass it by on the other on board the Inman liner City of Bal- regular training; they work hard
side.-Pensacola Journal. timore. During the SpanishAmerican aboard ship and must not be tired out RAILWAY MEN REJECT OFFER Sanitary TowelsWe

war Mr. Hinsley was paymasterof at night. They are learning thingsof
Time to Let Up the United States steamship Har great value on the practical side Chicago.-Offer of increased wages use Scot Tissue paper Towels in our store. They !

Isn't it about time to let up on the vard. of naval life. That is why I don't amounting practically to two cents an are clean and sanitary. Just the article for your home, :
want them ashore late in the even- hour, made by President Budd of the
"Listen, daughter," "Where is my FORTY-TWO'S ON WAY TO THE ing." Chicago elevated lines, was rejectedby .: store or office. 150 towels in one roll. :

wandering boy tonight," stuff? From EASTERN FRONT the union, 1,684 to 639.; The re- : WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS : "
the tone of some South Florida .
pa- HERO'S BODY RESCUED sult makes arbitration necessary. .
pers it appears that they believe that London.-Several forty-two centi- Mayor Thompson will act as umpireand .. ,

the boys and girls will go straight to meter guns to be used in the bom- Columbia, S. C.-The .body of J. State's Attorney Hoyne will act :
hell if they are not roped and hogtied : Our Grocery CompanyTwo
bardment of Russian forts passed Calhoun Cason, drowned yesterday in for the employes. The elevated roads
at sundown every night.-Live the Savannah river Abbeville have not selected a representative. .
through Berlin last week on the near
way
Oak Democrat. I Phones 3 and 200
to the eastern front, according to a when he attempted to save Will Mc- :
-0- Central News dispatch from Amster- Celvey, a companion who drowned : I
A Big Pinellas Ad. 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. ; : .
dam. also, was recovered last night. Cason
With brick paved roads from Tar- :
was employed by the government at
pon Springs to St. Petersburg, from M. O. Dovel 11111111111111111111111121 II )tt x+;..: t U 11+-1 U
ARE READY TO QUIT Abbeville and McCelvey was the son ,
Ozona to the Hillsboro county line,
of the Mount Carmel postmaster.
and the other branch roads planned,
Los
Angeles.-Gustavo Esipihosa
Pinellas county will have the most & Son
Mireles, private secretary to Carranza 3,000 BUILDINGS BURNED AT
complete system of paved roads in said here
tonight that General Ob- CONSTANTINOPLEAthens
the South. What a big ad-Tarpon! and PER
regon General Iturbine were '
Springs Progressive. ready to desert Carranza and join Greece, Aug. 2.-Arrivals 35 CENT Discount '

I General Felipe Angeles in a new rev here from Constantinople report that
CondolenceMonday
I olution. 3,000 buildings, including the German
shot his 106 Grace StreetPhone I
a young Georgian
hospital filled with wounded soldiers,
wife to death. Tuesday a young Flor- I The want ad.'s the thine. I I were destroyed last week by fire. For the benefit of our customers J
idian shot his wife to death. Well, a
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woman is better off dead than she we will give a 25
would be alive with a husband mean

tion enough whatever.to shoot-Clearwater her on any Sun.provoca- ST. JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONSSanford per cent cash discount on

Gasoline, Kerosene, LubricatingOils all goods sold during the

208 RURAL FREE DELIVERY to Jacksonville and Greases. Our wagonsare
ROUTES, ALL BY AUTOS I month of July and August.

AND RETURN always at your service. II I I .
Washington, D. C.-Two hundred .
I
and eight automobile rural delivery

wont routes,into distributed operation over today.eight states This, $7 .00 i Hammond & Gore .

means that
approximately 11,440
miles of rural post roads will be tra- Including meals and berth M. O. Dovel I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
versed six days a week during Augustby
automobile.In Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days i Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St Orlando, Fla.

all, 298 motor routes have been & Son i
authorized.The LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER I

routes vary in length from a yy A
fifty-mile minimum to sixtyfourmiles OS CEO: :r.A. MltllttMMMMHi " " illlimillillllllMIIMM*
and will be operated from nine I
to twelve months a year. Leaves Sanford Mon. Wed. and Fri. 11:30 A. M.
i Now!
Get A of This
The 208 automobile routes started A combination and Copy Catalog .'
today are distributed by states as' daylight searchlight trip L

follows: Oklahoma, 84; California, of 400 miles through the heart of Florida In this new, biff, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is founded upon an ideal; a ..
24; Georgia, 64; Colorado, 1; Kansas, nursery where the idea is fundamental that the basis of success is laid in a nursery by the nur-
3 Louisiana sery company three or four years before the purchase of the trees by the planter.
1
Florida
; ; 13 Texas,
; Clyde St. Johns River Line This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds where the root stock is
14. grown; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of the care
I exercised in the selection of the budwood, and in the packing and shipping of the trees, and of the
LABOR UNIONISTS TO INSTRUCT advice and service rendered by our specialists to the purchasers of our trees.
In a nut shell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus family is produced and it gives the his-
; SING SING PRISONERS (Where Shall I Go To School? I 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
New York.-With the approval of FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR I THE STATE UNIVERSITY their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in their own
Samuel Gompers, president of the WOMEN Gainesville, Fla. groves their tres of the purest strain, and trees which would show in. nursery and grove the aristocracyof A v

American Federation of Labor, repre- Tallahassee, Fla. I Last ancestry.year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we could have sold many
sentatives of labor organizations have Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the more. This year we know our entire nursery stock will be sold.
volunteered to send instructors to best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the Only a limited number will be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfield Nursery Co. trees, .
country. North and East. but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our catalog-the
Sing prison to teach the '
prisoners Modern buildings and equipment most beautiful in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, clearness and directness
modern methods of manufacturing. all modern conveniences. ; I' 378 students last session. Total en- will appeal to you.
'
The move is in part the outcome ofa 437 students regular term; 163 rollment 630, including Summer We have not had a great quantity of these catalogues printed, and we are confident that
visit which Mr. Gompers paid to the summer term; total enrollment last School. the supply will hardly be sufficient to go around.
session 636.Tuition I
prison Mr.
yesterday. and
Gompers
Free in College and NorI Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per
other labor leaders conferred with the mal School. I I semester for law. Lake Garfield Nurseries Company Bartow Florida
warden, Thomas Mott Osborne, and For Catalogue and information, ; ,
members of the national committee off writeEDWARD i| For further information, addressA.
prisons and prison labor. CONRADI, President. A. MURPHREE, President. 1111111"1'111111111111"1111'11"1'1'1"1'1'11111'1'1'1111111 1"1'1'1"11111' 1
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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

grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCESSFUL future of A
of Production.
Quality
I IJ his investments depends on his trees being budded right in the nursery that grows them.

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

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

grove is bound to be a paying investment if you use our stock.
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We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree _,
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i pleasant over hard-surfaced roads by auto. Wehave opened offices at No. 8, Yowell-Duckworth

;,'; building, and placed Mr. G. Wright in charge. Call on him now and arrange for your supply of

t. 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 "PEDIGREED i

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

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.: Trees like these will work while you sleep. They can't be Grown overnight-It .

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'TAMPA GIRLS WILL BE SEEN IN ENGLAND WILL FORCE STRIKE OPIUM TRADE DECREASES WOMEN CARRYING MAIL SURVEYINGPlating
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THE "MOVIES" SETTLEMENTS
What do I London.-Women mail carriers and Sub-Dividing
you Washington D. C.-That the fight II
I Animated pictures of Tampa girls London.-The rules governing the I against opium in China is meeting; I made their first appearance in London PROMPT AND ACCURATE.
hope for in a with is indicated in i this week when twelve
a I will flitter on the screen at the Alcazar new munitions tribunals which are to success a reportto young WORK
I today in a photoplay called "The ,enforce the compulsory truce between the state department by Thomas women were assigned to replace male
varnish? I I Experiences of a College Girl." The employer and workman have just I[Sammon American consul at Shang- 'postmen in the Golder's Green dis- I HAL A. IRISH.

II scenes are laid at the Florida State been announce!. There are two kindsof i I hai. trict in the northwestern part of the Civil Engineer
Ii College for Women at Tallahassee i The report shows there has been a
tribunals designated as first class I
I I and they depict the life of the young and second class. '!sharp reduction in the importation of city. They are being paid at the same
HEffAW I rate as auxiliary male postmen. 47 Watkins Bldg. Orlando, Fla.
I'I woman from matriculation to gradu- A tribunal of the first class will I opium since 1910. The half century
I ation. :i annual receipts of that article of from
i deal with general labor problems of '
ON1LUiJTRO\ I t Although the leading part is acted I far reaching effect such as strikes. about 6,666,000 to 10,666,000 pounds

!by Miss Corey daughter of a promi-The second class tribunal is local in I I had dropped in that year to 4,714,000.i .
) I nent citizen of Quincy faces of a I II 'Pits character and will deal with minor i I In importations were 997,966 The Orlando Meat MarketT.
j|I number of Tampa's young women will offenses in the workshop settle local j I pounds compared with 2,418,400

AR hSB 'AS be recognized. Glimpses of the social questions such as the problem of the II I pounds the previous year. A. YANCY Manager
side of school experiences will appear. individual "slacker" possible local ob- The receipts in 1914 valued at $22-
I An afternoon on the athletic field ex- Ii 993,006 were higher than for any
jections to employment of female labor Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
i since the of
iI hibitions of aesthetic dancing and and so on. The second class tri- year curtailing receipts
I acted of began except in 1903 when 7,797,066 Florida and Western Meats
When you buy varnish for your Shakespearean plays out bunal may fine a workman and order I
,' floors you hope that it will improvethe I I doors will be among the features of the deduction of the fine from the of I pounds were imported valued at $24,- !
appearance of those floors and :the reel. The "show" will be in chargeof fender's wages. No person brought 545,000. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
that it will be durable. Prof. Arthur Williams vicepresident before a second class tribunal can be The statistics show that since 1863a
. Unfortunately much that is sold for of the institution.-Tampa Tri- represented by counsel.In total of 403,888,933 pounds of opium Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
floor varnish won't realize that hope bune. valued at $919,979,011 have been re I
each class the triubnal will con-
for you.Lawson's ceived. / Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish sist of a chairman appointed by the I PHONES \Residence ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. I II II II
has a wonderful deep lustrous finish. It is COLLEGE PLAYERS SHY minister of munitions sitting with as- There are still 585 opium shops in
easily applied because it works easily. It the Shanghai international settlement I
is unequalled for durability and will not sistants known as "assessors" drawn
scratch white. It dnes absolutely dust' John :McGraw of the I although it is estimated all of them I
manager respectively from an employers' panel
free in from five to seven hours and gets I
hard in twenty-four hours. Giants is as keen after college ballplayers and from a workmen's panel. will be closed within two years. I I-

As capacity for economy.that is wonderfuLTry Lustro has a covering this year as ever Connie Mack II I Arcade Pressing Club 1
ITALIANS HAVE TAKEN
was or is. He has had his scouts CRUISER DESTROYERS TO BE 17,000
out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
factory.Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis- looking over boys whose promise is BUILT FOR THE U. S. PRISONERS I Under Management I
that they will develop into Collinses' I
:Made by Valentine & Co. Mathewsons and the like. The Giants D. Rome Italy.-Prisoners taken by ,
Washington C.-Plans for six
Manufacturers of need young blood and McGraw does big cruiser destroyers authorized by I the Italian forces now number 17,000 First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. Made right in

not mind if it is tinctured with the the last congress, have been approved. including 380 officers according to an the shop. Guaranteed Fit.
VALSPAR and effects of higher learning.A I announcement made by the Stefani
They will be built according to designs -
VALENAMELAll western scout recently said that influenced by the European war. News agency. Prisoners come from Also Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing ,
all of While
he had never seen so likely col- parts Austria-Hungary.
i many Plans from abroad were scrutinized under the surveillance of Italian And All Kinds of Alterations done
leg players but they were all shy of closely by constructors before the i i
to be had at advances from big league clubs. They troops they are under the direct com- I
plans were drawn says a department
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT have realized that reports of former mand of their own superiors. Their i
statement. The vessels will have a Work called for and delivered. t
STORE college stars having signed at fabu- maximum sustained speed of thirty rations are the same as those servedto : .
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. lous salaries have been untrue and knots will the Italian soldiers.
; they displace 1,125 tons,
that the college men who went in for measure 530 feet overall have a 'Phone 448 24 E. Pine St. >
baseball Who Pays'? Thursday night. Roof
organized -most of them
width of thirty feet seven inches anda Garden. 8-1-4tc
have gone to the bushes or into busi- draft of
mean eight feet.
BurkhardPLUMBER
Jacob ness-signed at extremely moderate Each destroyer will four tri-
salaries. carry A. B. Cook & Co. t
ple torpedo tubes a main battery of

four four-inch guns, and two one-
BRITISII REFUSE TO PASS BELGIAN pounder and anti-air craft guns. Bids Watkins Block Orlando Fla. CAREY HAND

GOODS for construction will be opened Octo-
ber 8.
Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" Washington, D. C.-Great Britainis Dealers in Real Estate, In- FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1

disinclined to permit the unmolested TEUTOBATTLE CRUISER IS vestments and Business Oppor-
passage to this country of ships NAMED FOR HINDENBURG I tunities. : AND EMBALMER

loaded at Rotterdam with Belgian I: ,

products, according to a message to- London.-A Reuter dispatch from
HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP I
day from Consul General Skinner at Paris says the batlte cruiser launched
London. Belgian goods form a part Sunday at Wilhdmshafen which was = REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS I All calls answered Promptly Day y

ON WEST PINE STREET JUST of the vast accumulation of American to have been named Ersatz Hertha I Hand Block.
Night.
i or
bound merchandise tied up in Rotter- was christened by order of the emperor LOANS
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. dam. Goods of Belgian manufacture Von Hindenburg. I MORTGAGES

t might be exempted to the British or- I BANK STOCKS I Orlando Florida.

der in council were it not for the fact This new battle cruiser is of 28,000 TIMBER t tI
that the British regard Belgian goods tons. She was laid down in July I I PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
!
Phone 204 controlled by Germans in that coun- 1913 and was to have been completedin BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES '
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try. 1914. OF ALL KINDS.

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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 17x34,

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

dainty patterns, 50c., 60c. and 65c. quality. 23c., 35c. and
85 cents

35 cents 40 centsLAWN a

SHEETS large size welded seams, good weight, 60c.

plain white, 40 inches wide, 12'/ c. quality quality. ,
VOILES AND ORGANDIES 36 inches wide beautiful

designs and colorings 33c. quality 8 % centsSHEERETTE 44 cents )


22 /.cents PILLOW CASES scalloped, made of a good heavy mus
AND FLAXONS, plain white, 32 inches
-- lin, 42x36 and 45x36, 25c quality
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EMBROIDERED BATISTE, very fine and sheer, dainty 17 centsTABLE

patterns, all new styles, 63c. and 75c. quality 19 centsVOILE

DAMASK all pure linen full 72 inches wide,

47 cents plain white 40 inches wide, 50c. quality beautiful designs, $1.50 quality


35 cents $1.00TABLE

VOILES AND ORGANDIES, beautiful printed designsin

all the newest patterns and colors 30c. and 33c. VOILES, -10 inches wide in plain Blue Pink, Yellow, Apricot DAMASK, 60 inches wide, good weight, 39c.

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THE DAILY WHO PAYS

South Florida Sentinel THE TAXES? SIDELIGHTSBy The Cathedral School OUR MID-SUMMER
That is a question asked by the New

MORNING AND WEEKLY York Journal of Commerce, not because W. S. Branch. !

*. ri, GLENN .......... .....EdiUr it wants to know, but becauseit
'V c. ESSINGTON .. ....Bu.h ess Manager I
wants everybody to know that all Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
Entered *t the postoffice at Orlando. Florida pay taxes, the men and women who Mayor Bradshaw and the St. Pe- School for Girls i i ensation Sate
Second Class Mail Matter.
aj I tersburg city commissioners have
16th Year October 6th
do not own property as well as those opens 1915
I IDaib. been technically arrested on a charge i
SUBSCRIPTION RATES who do. Referring to excessive bud- Primary, Intermediate and Academic
1 Year ........................ 15-00 : of misappropriation of funds. The Grades
Deity 6 Month ...................... 2.60 : gets and increased taxes in New York
Daily. 3 Month ...................... 1.25 I the Journal of Commerce makesit complaint has been made by a man Also Musk, Art, Elocution, Physical ;
Daily. I Month ....................... 60 city, who has twice been defeated for mayor OF
plain to people who rent property Culture and Domestic Science.
Wee!."'. 1 Year .................... .. {1.00 of the city. It is now in order For
the Catalogues address the Rector
that they pay the taxes for ownerin ,
PAYABLE IN for the Tampa Times and Times-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO the rent he collects. If a real es- Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M, READY.TO.WfAR( MilliNERY ANDMEN'S
Union to point this out as a terrible' :
tate owner possesses ten houses, lives Orlando, Fla.
ADVERTISERS: example of the total failure of com- ,
in one and rents the other nine, he '
Copy for diiplay a.4 all ether hand-act mission government.The .
the in whichhe
the tax on only one
advertising mart be handed in at the business pays
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. lives. Nine tenant families pay -0- FIELD'SCHOCOLATE FURNISNINGS I
the day before publication. This rule applies Tampa fair and Gasparilla car
the taxes the houses they rent
to changes for contract advertiiinc: it ifCBTariable on
nival is fairly launched and
a.ILd will be strictly: adhered to. from him. Emphasizing that indis- now
$2,100 stock subscribed inside of 21
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued putable fact, the Journal of Commercesays NOW GOING ON a
It
should notify the office in writing on : minutes. is not :yet announced who
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be 'is to be the man to George Masonizethe '.
continued at the regular, subscription rates "It is perhaps a misfortune that so '
until notice to stop U received. II' enterprise to success, but you do All Womens Suits Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Muslin Underwear-in faceverything
Telephone Namb-r ...................... 14 few citizens own their own homes. not need to worry at all over the VANILLA of a Ready-to-Wear n.1ture--will go at prices that have never bej .
Under modern conditions of life in a I fore been equalled. The difference between the former prices and the actua
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 191;). great city this is often impossible.The question. Tampa always has Moses:: reduced prices are so great that it should command the immediate attentionof
I ready to lead them to a successful issue PEACH every woman.
of
unavoidable congestion
popu-
of all they undertake. Its cleaning up time with us, and while the loses are great, we take them
Many people think lawn tennis is a lation generally forces several fami- i CARAMELICE without a mumur.

dude's game, but it isn't; it's a lady's lies to live under one roof, thus greatly Just cogitate over these few items-note the reductions, then come and
game. adding to the value of land and de- I ADDITIONAL LOCALS CREAMS. see the goods.

o veloping our present landlord system. i
The submarine does not believe' in The frequency of change in habitationalso I I Mr. A. E. Lang, the affable district OUR FAMOUS PALM BEACH SUITS FOR LADIES I
commercial of the ,
taking one day's rest out of the discourages ownership of the manager
even
Western Union Telegraph company, SUNDAE 18c. 57.50 SUITS FOU . . . . . . . . . S4.75;
seven. home. Under such conditions the average I CANTALOUPE ,
I dropped into Orlando last eveningand S12.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . $9.50

o tenant entirely forgets that he is greeting his many friends in $15.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .S10.501
Weeds in some parts of the town pays the taxes, and so falls into a
:this section with a happy smile! and .
are getting to be a nuisance. They perilous state of indifference about
:cordial handshake while looking after
should be cut at once.o municipal expenditures; a matter in WOOL SUITS

which he is really' vitally interested.The :the interests of his company.Mr. CLUB SANDWICH 23c. $18.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$14.50|

It is suggested that the speedo- tax rate on real estate is of much I $22.50 SUITS FOR u. . 00. 00 00. . . . .$15.73
J. F. Harris, one of Pine Castle's
meter be revised to read "safetyfirst more importance to the tenant thanto 25.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$16.23

," instead of 30 miles, or so, an the landlord, who will neither invest I popular and energetic citizens, 27.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . $17.5(4(
.was in Orlando yesterday in attend We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed
hour.It. in houses nor apartments unlesshe S30.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$18.50
the of the board of
meeting
o secures a return proportionate to 'ance upon and Delivered for All S32.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.00
public instruction of the
is surprising how cool a girl feelson that obtained in other forms of in as secretary $35.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .
.519.50''
board of school trustees from his
a hot day when she looks in a mir vestment. All taxes have an irresistible OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S 517.50 SUIT, ONE ONLY, HALF PRICE . . . .
town. The public school will beginits
ror and finds her complexion where tendency to pass themselves on to
fall session that the
at place on
she put it. the ultimate consumer; but of this he TWO SPECIALS IN LADIES' COATS
first Monday in September, and Mr. 1

o is usually in blissful ignorance. Asa Harris reports the outlook along edu- $8.75 FOR . . . . . . . . . ;: .$5.75

When some fellows find public opinion result, it is almost impossible to en- cational lines as being the brightestin $12.50 FOR . . . . . . . . . . .$8.75,
too hard to mould they display a list any active interest on the part of
the history of Pine Castle.
desire to knock it to bits with a the tenant class in the tax rate. Re-
SILK DRESSES, All this Seasons Productions. .
sledge hammer.In sistance, if any, is usually confined to ,

o the landlord class, who for obvious TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY SS.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$5.75

a Sunday outing one can acquire reasons have little influence with the S14.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . 00. . . .$8.75

enough mosquito and red bug bitesto politician, and are usually consideredeasy WANTED-Second hand oil stove, in $16.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . .00. . . .$9.75
good condition at once. J. :Me.: ,
keep him assiduously occupied the prey for the tax gatherer. So care Sentinel. 8-4-lt* $17.50 DRESSES FOR . . . 00 00. 00. . .$10.00

rest of the week. the apartment owner contents himself SODA $18.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . 00. . 00..00$10.50

o with putting the tax on the rent, LOST-A ladies' pocketbook, some- $22.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$12.50

We see many a man who looks as while the average voter foolishlY' where upon the streets of Orlando, $29.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . 00. . 00. .$18.50

though he should wear this placard: gloats over the load imposed upon a change.containing Finder four please dollars return and to some the $37.50 DRESS, ONE ONLY, FOR. 00. . . . .$18.75,

"I take myself seriously, but I am class which he dislikes, forgetting it Model Grocery. 8-4-lt LIGHT LUNCH

mighty lonesome. is he who pays the bill." SILK PETTICOATSIn

o This is a matter which very few FOR SALE-Hupmobile roadster;
The man who criticises the news- non-property owners ever stop to con- first class condition. See the car Taffeta Messaline, Peau De Cygne, with our famous Perfect-
before buy, or call on the undersigned All must this Sale
you Fitting Jersey Top. go at ;
about the stuff think the while simply
papers they print sider. They they -
at Dickson & Ives. T. L. Ham- .;
ought to see some of the stuff they pay the rent. Nevertheless, the mond, grocery department. CONFECTIONSCIGARS COST NOT CONSIDERED

do not print.-Macon News.It renters pay the rent, the repairs, the 8-4-31*
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o taxes and the insurance. Indeed, indirect SILK SUITS

is claimed that the is bear NOTICE
war cutting taxes heavily on every
$22.50 SUITS FOR . 00 . 00 . . . . .11.50
down the number of marriages, but and woman without their know-
man
State of Florida, $25.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75
married couples can't expect to avoid ing the cause of the burden. Taxes
County of Orange. $35.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . : $19.75 *
war even with in Europe. find of taking in everybody, The partnership heretofore existing
peace a way between K. $39.00 SUITS FOR . . . .u. . . . .*.. .$23.75
George Ewing and Ben E.
o and the tenant and the poor man and

There is a unanimous agreementthat woman can no more escape either direct under Ewing,the trading firm and name doing and style business of SILK, WOOL AND WASH SKIRTS, All go in this Sale regardlessof

no more "frills" should be taughtin indirect taxes than they can Price
or B. E. Ewing & Co., is this day mutually |
the public schools, but no two peo- escape death. dissolved. The said Ben E.
what studies not Ewing assumes all debts, liabilitiesand $12.50 SKIRTS FOR 00. . 00. . . . . ... .$7.50
ple can agree as to are That is the reason why only To Those
"frills." the property owners but the tenants & Co.demands of the said B. E. Ewing Catering $10.50 SKIRTS FOR . .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .$6.75

\.. of Orlando should $6.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$-1.50
This
o and all the people 26th day of July, 1915.G. .
As soon as a young man gets over concern themselves in tax assess- K. EWING. Who Careyour $4.75 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$3.35 '

the idea that he may be president or ments, tax rates, taxing questions, 8-4-41 B. E. EWING. $3.00 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . : .$1.98 .
--- OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF $1.50 WASH SKIRTS FOR .98c
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a millionaire some day, he begins to bond issues and all expenditures calling .

be of some real value to the com for taxes to come out of the earnings

munity.Of of the people-not out of the 200 LADIES' WAISTS
The SEEDS! FEEDS FERTILIZERS !
o property owners. property owner
From the latest Fashion Center will be closed out at the
all the of the earth his his rented house,
tyrants gets profit on ALL KINDS OF FRESH SEEDS FOR FALL PLANT- ridiculously low price of . .. . . . . . 98c
Dame Fashion has the fewest biogra- but his tenant-well, it is time for

phers; and no one has adequately un- him to know that he pays the taxes. ING ARRIVING DAILY

dertaken to fathom her psychological The total tax per capita in New WASH DRESSES

phenomena. York is about $33. When the average Get Our August Bulletin Tremendously Low Priced

o tenant there as well as in Orlando Sole Agents for Guaranteed Pulverized Sheep Manure. $7.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$2.98

Every year more lives are lost by awakes to the fact that he can not Nothing better for flowers, ferns, lawns and gardens. ALL FINE LINGERIE DRESSES AT THE USUAL DICKSON-

accident and preventable deaths than escape the tax gatherer, and that IVES CLEAN UP PRICES. COME EARLY. C ,,

have been destroyed in this countryin taxes are ultimately paid by the con FULL LINE OF POULTRY FEEDS AND SUPPLIES

all our wars since the Declarationof sumer, he will probably insist not :MUSLIN UNDERWEAR fOur

Independence.One only upon curtailment of expendituresbut
o also upon the attainment of more Orlando Seed & Produce Co. famous La-Grecque Tailored Underwear, also the much

talked-of Fair at Prices that will interest
Vanity
you.
merchant who claims to be a efficient results. Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.

booster for this city, but who never o

advertises, takes his chances at get Get the news In the Sentinel first. CORSETSWe

ting customers attracted to town by have the largest and most comprehensive stock in South

other people's advertising. .11 rI Florida to select from, Royal Worcester, Bon Ton, American Lady,

o Madame Lyra, Gossard and Frolaset.

manufacturers Typewriter and adding manufacturing machine I A STATEMENT I IWe This is not a mere sacrifice or a clean-up sale, but a profit-
are now -
sharing opportunity we'are offering to our customers at greatly

ammunition in this country, and wish this to be a statement rather than an investment, depending altogether upon the reduced prices.
in Germany even the coffee plants assertion.We 1 extent you embrace the opportunity you will have.

have gone into the shell game. have lived here nearly four years. In this I Speaking of economy and thrift, we have seen
o time we have tried to establish a reputation for many Germans, Hollanders, Belgians, and others SUM IARYE"erthing
integrity and honesty. We believe if you will I from northern Europe countries come to our native -
This is again the season when many will in Ready-to Wear, including Middy Blouses, Brassiers,
ask the ti rious business men of the city, you state, :Michigan: with barely enough money
people will pay $20 and upwards per learn that we have been fairly successful in I I to get there, and in 5 years they were renters of Children's Dresses, Rompers and Kimonos. All go at Reduced

week to a summer hotel for the privi- such endeavor.We farms and in ten to fifteen years owners of 40, Prices. _
lege of being about half as comfort- have not engaged a suite of rooms at the 80, 120, and in some instances, 160 acre farms,
San Juan, nor have we letters faked or other with the best of stock and tools with which to
able as they would be at home. wise, from prominent citizens of the country, but operate them. MEN'S FURNISHINGS

o we do have a proposition we wish to present to How do they accomplish it?
"Summer and the price of hats are the people of this community that should meet POSITIVELY TIlE LAST CUT ON PALM BEACH SUITS. .$5.50 .
the
with much heartier support than did the strang They hire to some farmer by year. Manyof THE WORLD RENOWNED HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
the remarks well known
on wane, a those we know started at $180 per year with
er's Hot Air Mining proposition, which was pre-
advertiser. By consulting the columns sented to yesterday. What we have to present house, garden spot, and pasture for one cow, if CLOTHES FOR MEN, CHOICE OF OUR SUMMER
you
of the Sentinel it will be found will concern nearly everyone; it will be right herein they were able to get one. Here is the point: SUITS, COSTING FROM $20.00 TO $25.00 FOR . .$15.00
town the public will be safe guarded; you can They pay spot cash for what they buy. If they
that the price of straw hats has been ;
investigate it personally; it will benefit you from have not the cash they do not buy. They em-

reduced. the very start; all rich and poor, high and low, brace any and every opportunity that will enable MEN'S STRAW HATS, LAST CALL-
o will be this them to get more for their money. They are
chance at proposition.We
claim given this a proposition should appeal to you members of Farmer's Alliances, Grangers, CoOperative Choice of any Sraw Hat, from $2.50 to $5.00 for . .51.00
One cynical writer sums up the in these days of high cost of living as it will en- Associations, etc. Thej' have their own REMEMBER OUR SEMI-ANNUAL MANHATTAN SHIRT
poor business at the summer resorts which isbecommg Co-Operative fire insurance Co's. They save a
able
:you to partly solve that problem SALE LASTS THROUGH TO AUGUST 21.
by saying that it is perhaps caused more and more difficult every day. It penny here, another there, perhaps a dollar some-
because the resort proprietors miss does not call for a large investment, as it is to where else, and in a few years they are indepen- A
be cash basis it will cultivate in dent, and own homes of their own as stated trial
operated on a Are Groceries? Give us a
shy
those people who used to "go to Eu- above. you on ,
you a habit of economy and thrift, one of the I
rope" every summer.o most desirable habits to possess. We can show Tomorrow we will discuss our proposition that we'll hold your tradeDic.iSonlves
-- you that you will make from 100 per cent up on you may think it over.

Oh,that the Florida press would load ----


their balls and diplomatic fire a broadside shrapnel into with the golf old The Co-Operative Produce Company Co. ,

.. ironsides who are taking up all their I I

valuable space discussing the relative W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

I'. merits of candidates, business, diplo- : Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place '
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G SOCIAL AND' CLUB CALENDARFOR The house was beautifully and ,r,i4i "
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=' TIlE COMING WEEK artistically decorated for the occasion, GRANDTODAY
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c3o Wednesday, August 4. and the afternoon's play was extremely -
O Jto J- Meeting of members of Christian lively and interesting. There
ot church with Mrs. Winebrenner, 623 were several tables of bridge, each of
...csCt. West Church street. them the center of an animated group 1'ii'c
Bachelor Girls, Miss Guilda Happer- M
< :' sett hostess. |of devotees of the game. The club II
Miss Georgia Wigfall will entertain prize for the afternoon's play went
Wednesday evening complimentaryto I to Mrs. Joe Cheney, proving to be an "THE TITLED TRIO"I
I
Misses Thelma! Wilson and Ethel f -
artistic silver pickle fork. The guest I LI SYh'S
Kennedy. llinaI
Another of those Good
o Thursday, August 5. prize was awarded to Miss Blanche
Monthly business meeting and socialof McCamy. Several guests were pres- Comedies. o A Constant Reminderof
the Epworth League; annual ent and enjoyed the afternoon with a A
election of officers.
Masquerade ball at Wekiwa Springs. the club members. friendship recorded in a link of precious metal. Limited only 0
Friday, August 6. After the conclusion of the
game in number to the friends you have; each link is a complete bracelet ..
Regular meeting of W. C. T. U. at the hostess served delicious
.oLa the Baptist church. a course "THE THIEF IN THE NIGHT"A ll in itself, and costs but 25 cents, engraved free.
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater will enter- of light refreshments, which broughtto Give and receive one in return.
tain the Junior Matrons. a close one of the most pleasant Lubin Drama. :
-- meetings in the brief history of this,
ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
METHODIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S Orlando's newest bridge club. ,.
FORUM ORGANIZES.The -0-- j1 j1lb.

organization meeting of the GOVERNORS ELECT .rd1.
Methodist Young People's Forum ADDITIONAL MEMBERS.At $100.00" n:: O=II ,

which took place at the church last the regular meeting of the boardof A Biograph Drama.

evening marks the entrance into Or- governors of the Associated Chari- If quality for a low price is an object i
lando's life of another factor which ties, Which met at the San Juan hotel our wall papers will win your favor.
will work consistently and persistently yesterday afternoon at 4:30, several For the next 30 days we will offer for _
sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
for the betterment of the young matters of importance to the assocIa-
"HIS CONVERT"An from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
VJi people of the city. tion were discussed. time to buy, and do your papering
The members of the organization, First disposing of the routine busi- Edison Drama.A when you get ready.
as set forth in the constitution which ness the board proceeded to the elec- We also carry a full line of High- '
Grade Paints, Oils .
and
was adopted at the meeting last even- tion of the six new members which it Varnishes.We
ing, will be the young ladies and was decided to add to their body at stock.Orlando invite. you to call and inspectour

young gentlemen composing the Pro- the last meeting. As a result of the GOOD BILL
gressive and Baraca classes, respect- election the following were made

ively. Other members will be admit- members of the board of governors: Paint & Wall Paper Co .
ted from time to time by the provis- Mesdames James L. Giles, Lloyd Ten- '
ions laid down in the constitution.In ny, J. H. Reese, and Frederick Bel- t 205 S. Orange Avenue
cnc addition to the adoption of the lows, Dr. J. W. Stagg and Mayor E. 5 cents 10 cents COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261MiMMIMiMMMiMfllMCIilMUMI'
constitution officers for the next three F. Sperry. J
months were elected, as follows: S. The next meeting of the board will
Kendrick Guernsey, president; Ray- be held two weeks hence, at the same _
P1O mond White, vice-president; Mary time and place. Tomorrow- I
: McCullough, secretary and treasurer; -
Mrs. John T. Fuller, critic. SUMUS SEPTEM Carolotta de Felice in "Money"A \ The New Ice Company jj

The object in making the term of CLUB ENTERTAINED.Mrs. Real one. i
office only six months was to enableas Z. K. Raulerson entertainedthe I PHONE 675 j
many of the members as possibleto Sumus Septem Club at her home
fill the positions, thus giving them on East Amelia avenue Monday after-
practical experience in parliamentary noon. Only four of the seven mem- Delivery Daily
methods of procedure.The bers could be present, but all declaredit .
first regular meeting will be to be a successful meeting, never-
O 11 held next :Monday night at 7:45 theless. Those present were Misses Wait for our wagon. We think
o'clock at the church. Dorothy Johnson, Norene Evans,
PH Mr. Frank A. Smith and Miss Hal- Ruth Isaacson, and Ruth McCullough. you will like our ice. -
L... lie Ley will match wits with Miss -
Mable Durham and Paul V. Hutchinsin MRS. PHILLIPS ENTERTAINS"THE
a fifteen minutes debate; they to CIRCLE."

: select the question.The The ladies of the Methodist Sew- ROOf 64RDNTODAY ( i ; The New Ice Companyt.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.111111 ij
program committee is com- ing Circle met with Mrs. Chas. Phil-
posed of Raymond White, chairman, lips yesterday afternoon and spent
Miss Annie Echols, W. S. DeWitt; the several hours with their sewing. After -
social committee, Miss Esther Ley, the conclusion of the work the
Geo. Benschbach, and Miss Eliza hostess served light refreshments
Wright. which were much enjoyed. The Cir- ililMIMIIMIIMtlMltlMIMIIiMMMimiMlllltlI
--0-- cle will meet again next Tuesday af
co DELIGHTFUL MEETING OF ternoon. "THE LADDER OF LOVE"A
BAPTIST PHILATHEAS.The -
Po young ladies' Philathea classof REBEKAH CLASS OF drama in two parts. I : FRANK A. CURTIS _. WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;
-
the Baptist church held a delightful INSTRUCTION WEDNESDAY.The .
social and business meeting in the members of the class of instruction -
Philathea parlors of the church last of Rebekah Lodge No. 12 "RUINS OF ANCIENT ROME" :
evening.The are requested to meet Wednesday af- 1
In beautiful Pathe Color.
business of the evening was etrnoon at Odd Fellows Hall, at 2:30. '
disposed of in short order and the All sisters are requested to be pres- H
. young ladies and their guests pro- ent, as important work is to be re "PATHE WEEKLY"The
ceeded to enjoy several hours in social hearsed.
diversions.The Mrs. W. H. Brokaw, secretary. latest war news. CURTIS & O'NEAL

C committee in charge of the en- ... <.'
tertainment for this occasion outdid BUSINESS AND MUSICAL
former efforts to make the time fly COURSES TO BE ADDED TO Bottle of Toilet Water given .: : Insurance Loans Real Estate : I

pleasantly, and the various games and THE CURRICULUMOF away at nine o'clock tonight.The .
contests which were played allowed O. H. S. Rentals J'
flagging of interest throughout the
entire evening.In (Continued from page 1)) Theater ;.. j
One-Price
3t. addition to the games a dainty the courses as outlined above were
and! very acceptable course of light deemed the most needed until a later The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN : j 5
t1H refreshments were served by the date, when larger funds will be avail- .
young ladies, adding much to the
j
pleasure of the occasion. The girls able.The local trustees have given freelyof 10 cents 5 cents : ,

and their guests all enjoyed the affair their time, interest and money, in 1
immensely and feel grateful to an effort to have the very best edu- ESTABLISHED 1886 4

those in charge of the program for cational equipment possible for the You can't afford to miss "Who : :\. J
o arranging such a pleasant evening. boys and girls of Orlando, and only ,
-0ms. ask in return the loyal support of Pays?" Thursday night.
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ENTERTAINS BOARD schools. -
OF STEWARDS.Last They are working for, and expect,
.
evening the stewards of the an attendance of a thousand duringthe
Methodist church met for their regu- coming scholastic year. The big-
c 1 lar monthly business meeting at the ger the school, the better service com-
> home of Mrs. E. G. Duckworth, on manded, and every parent can do It Melts in Your Mouth
East Pine street. i his share in helping by encouragingthe
The regular business of the church attendance, the daily attendance,
C having been disposed of the stewardsand of their sons and daughters.C. .

their wives, who had been i invitedto E. HOWARD, Chairman. DAILY BULLETINPEACH
attend the meeting, enjoyed a GEO. W. PHILLIPS.W. .
pleasant hour of social relaxation.For S. BRANCH, JR.
some months past the wives of
members of the board of stewards Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin, who VANILLA
have taken turn about in entertainingthe have been spending some time in Or-
other stewards and their wives. lando, left yesterday for their homein SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL
This plan was inaugurated by Mrs. Ocala. This estimable couple have PINEAPPLE -
Ley and has proved to be a great suc- many friends in this section, who regretted Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape Ice

cess, as it permits the combination of to see them leave. They made CHERRY '
business with pleasure and makes the the trip in their touring car. CARAMEL
members of the board look irward to
Who Pays? Thursday night, Roof .
the meetings not as to a dry eveningof
business discussion, but as a pleas- Garden. 8-1-4tc We deliver from one quart up

bQJ< ant means of flavoring the prosaic
QJrfJ round of every day life with a spiceof
QJ
>-> social enjoyment which is far from FavoriteTODAY'S

being unacceptable.

] MEETSWITH PROGRAM Hand's Pure Ice CreamPhone A
o m A. B. C. Reliance. "His Bachelor Dinner."
eo MRS. ROGERS.A. Comedy.
"
American. "The Touch of Love.
B. C. met with Mrs Dave Rog- A Western mining
-2 camp story.
< J ers yesterday afternoon, and in spiteof Roallilling the Militant." 566 and 666
the bad weather in the early af- Thanhouser. "A Double Exposure."
A comedy.
ternoon hours the most of the
mem-
Four good reels of Mutual movies.
bers were present at the meeting. Five cents to all. a


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i 3IASONS PREPARE FOR EVENTSIN FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION caterpillars had eaten the crop. NO IMPORTANT ACTIONS I

FALL AT TAMPA I WORK. ARTHUR P. SPENCER,
District Agent, U. S. D. A. I
I Constantinople.-There have beenno
i Two Important Meetings Are Scheduled Gainesville, Fla., July 29. 1915. FOR SALE
I The Velvet Bean CaterpillarWe important actions on either side in
to Take Place
may expect the velvet bean cat- the last fortnight on the Gallipolis .+
COULDN'T SWIM, BUT TRIES TO
in Florida in almost ,peninsula. Even the British bombardment -
Tampa, Florida.,-With Hills- erpillar to appear SAVE GIRL

t borough Lodge No. 25. F. & A. M., any field of velvet beans at this Wilmington, Del.-Three girls anda I lessened of considerably the Turkish in its positionshas intensity I Will offer for sale for a few days
for school of instruction attack the
making ready a time. It does not usually t
t man were drowned near Fenton'sBeach this applies to both Avi Burnu
this fall, and with the until about the time the velvet
in Tampa crop near here, today. The man, and Seddul Bahr. The Turkish artillery the property corner Orange Avenue, .
Ivanhoe Commandery, Knights Tem- beans are beginning to bloom. The
Irving McCall, gave his life in at- has been active, however. There
plar, drilling every week for a state first indication that they are presentis Jackson and Boone Streets known
tempting to save the girls. McCall l, have been no serious infantry engage- as
competitive drill, and with the new that there are small holes eaten in
John Miss and two ments.
Murphy, Craig
order of the Council of Royal and Select the skating rink for $26,000.
As these property,
the leaves. worms grow other girls were in a rowboat that The military hospitals here and
I Masons growing rapidly, much they devour other leaves and if left capsized. Murphy saved one girl. elsewhere which a few days ago were
i activity is apparent in local Masonic alone will destroy the crop. McCall could not swim but made a well filled, now are in many cases half $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year

f orders. The following remedy is recom- desperate effort to reach shallow I empty.
t Hillsborough Lodge has accomplished mended in Bulletin 102 of the Florida water with Miss Craig. I i The American hospital is included and interest at six per cent.

\ this year more work than it Experiment Station: The fourth victim was a young woman among this number.
\, achieved all last year. Since January "Paris green applied as a dust who lost her life while bathing.I
1 it has received twenty-five new spray has been found effective in de- Read the :Morning Sentinel for the 1
f members, and its finances are in first- these caterpillars. Apply at lOe. week delivered.
stroying Advertise in the Morning Sentinel news. a ,
t class shape. the rate of one to three pounds of C. A. HOVEY
b Soon as the vacation season is over, Paris green per acre. Mix the Paris .

I: the grand masters of districts No. 19, green with air slaked lime in the pro- I- .l 1 I tI t r t i t
No. 24 and No. 27 will with l }
arrange portion of one pound of Paris greento t 'I '
s the grand lodge committee of work to three pounds of air slaked lime. -' S, /
r hold a school of instruction in Tampa See that the lime and Paris green are 1't ( J

I this fall, probably in October. Dis- evenly mixed. The mixture can be I JL: I t. ,
| trica No. 19 embraces Hillsborough I I easily and cheaply applied. It is ;1I SecttonaI.DookcaseS The
county, with F. I. Archibold, of this placed in a sack made of any loosely ,I arket:
t city, as grand master district No. 24 i iI
;
t woven material. A bran sack will be OF CLEANLINESS OF '
is Manatee in which Chester QUALITY
I county found good. Attach two sacks of this
: DeRocher, of Bradentown, is grand kind to the ends of a board. Balancethe OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
master, and district No. 27, comprising board on a mule's back. Have a FRESH AND SALT MEATS
to all of Pinellas and part of Pasco boy ride the mule up and down the Kept under the best sanitary conditions. *

f counties, is presided over by GrandMaster rows of velvet beans. The continued t Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh J
W. B. Pope, of St. Petersburg.At .
motion of the mule will dust sufficient and .
this school of instruction degree Paris green upon the foliage to poison I Invite pore.We inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
of all embraced in these
teams lodges
of
the If the motion
caterpillars.
in the
three districts will be reviewed and everything Meat Line
: mule fails dust sufficient Paris
the to
stn could be a finer'''f
"' coached by the grand lodge committee green upon the foliage, have the boy WHAT nt to the intelligence I
: consisting of Marcul Endel, of hit the board gently with his hand. of the recipient than a carej j I' H. 3VT. Self & Co.

Jacksonville; James Cornell, of Or- The length of the board will depend fully Bookcase selected?.That Globe-Wemicke it can be addedto PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
mond, am. Walter Scott of Fort upon the width of the rows of velvet ,a unit at a time,as the library! t -
Meade. Definite held grows will be keenly appreciatedbyoneofht.raryta.u.lnm.nyhoma
f plans are up I
beans. The board should extend far
pending the return of several of these I it is a,pleasant' Holiday custom to I I -
enough on each side of the mule to
I officers from summer resorts. To cover one row. If the rows are four Wemicke present a Bookcase sufficient xenons number to of accommodate Glob- -
_* hold the meeting has already been decided feet apart the board should be about Globc-Wc'nicka the_new.additions Bookcases to tbe made bl>rat7.inser.raldta..nt ARE YOUR CHILDREN{ LEARNING MUSIC?

B' by the three grand masters, six feet long. styles the hnt.hes being .
B. hence the event is virtually assured.m I carefully I selected and applied to pto- a These vacation days should be used to interest the
I "There need be no fear of loss of 1.4 duct those harmomxing colors which
life among live stock pasturing velvet the the bcst.advantacc.natural grain of thc.wood shows to r e children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish

beans that have been sprayed with everything in music and musical instruments. Music re-
Paris green. The amount of Paris
i fines elevates and trains the mind for the strenuc'usduties
Get Behind a green used is too small to injure cat- OSCAR more
k tle, and the rains soon wash it off the 1 of life. A
.CW' ax foliage and it disappears in the soil." // HAND & setlIIt
x Since this buletin was written it has }1 SON > VV. S. BRANCH,

aDd enjoy a really cool dry, sweet I been found this remedy is much more THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE .
smoke. The Wellington Pipe won't effective at some times than at oth- I
f boO, won't foul.
get ers. It should be especially empha-
Mad. m sized that the spray be applied either
I' Am.ricaCame SKATING RINK
ia aDd early in the morning or late in the
p ok your fat afternoon when the leaves are moist.

25c.wonte 35r..have.JOc.1IP. ? If the leaves are quite young I would .,
> recommend that a small plot bespra'ed -------

r e and left for twenty-four .1..I..I..a-.I..Q.. RACES WEDNESDAY NIGHt

hours to see the effect. If, after
BREAKERS HOTELDAYTONA
twenty-four hours there is no bad effect -

it would be advisable to spray BEACH, FLORIDA August 4th
( : [
ISayALYou the entire field, but in case the leavesare
Rooms cool and airy.
damaged I would recommend one Well screened, no mosquitoes.

; want to see this new pound of Paris green to four poundsof Hot and Cold running water in every room Speed Races, Barrel Race
air slaked lime instead of three LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH ,

( package Spider is introducing to pounds as recommended. The stronger Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to Potato Race -- i iADMISSION

the market-its the swellest I the spray the more effective it will $10 per week, American Plan. .
,be for killing the caterpillar. How- New Bath House Free to Guests
thing out in the way of little ever, velvet bean leaves are easily injured 10 CEN'S
and this must be avoided, other- :MRS. N. 51. KURTZ, Prop.MIIIMIIMMMIttlMMIiiCIMMMMIMI. "-
Cigars. l wise it will do as much harm as if the miiiiii n ,

See him at the '

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and bath.
house, 8 rooms
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep .

Location perfect, 4 blocks from one year's growth in advance of trees set: Mr. Automobile Man t I.

center of city, east side.
next fall.
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I Located in the Arcade BuildingAll

Morning Sentinel Want I work guaranteed and neatly I
ORLANDO Directory is the Greatest Want I done. Our work is the best DEPOTI :
Ad Medium in Orlando. t I[and our prices are the lowest.

This is the place to have your ..;
Terms Cash in Advance. .

Cement, Agatile Plaster and Lime RATES old Suit clothes scrubbed made and new.pressed75c.Suit BUTTER MILK- 1 ;'

For One Day ______________25t I. dry cleaned pressed60c. Fresh Every Day.
:! For Three Days ______--_50 ___ _
Suit pressed ___ ___40c.
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For Six Days ____________75c 25c.
f For One Month ____________$%..50f I All Palm Beaches scrubbedand per gallon .,
l f This rate applies on all ads of pressed ____________50c CREAM AND MILK. .
: 25 words or less. If the ad con- '!Mohair suits pressed ______25c.I'Ve BUTTER .
4 {! tains more than 25 words the rate j do ladies' work also. Give Fresh Homemade' !
will be
-1 one cent per word for
i each additional word for each in- i us a trial and be convinced. SANDWICHES
wfYx' I sertion.If Clothes called for and delivered. PIES AND CAKES 'I

r you can't bring your ad to II Phone 613.
J the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
... _i ( r counts opened by telephone will be
Xra.- tF i You'll hear a man say "No, itdoesn't
payable the following day. I' ARCADE MilK DEPUT !
pay me to advertise as it appeals -
:' Every Home-Every Business t to too small a class of people.'"
+s ,t Every Man has use for a I And yet when the same man loses ,
H Sentinel Want Ad. his bunch of keys; he rushes to the

1 : N "1 1J i newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although ANNUAL MOUNTAIN AND SEASHORE ,
he knows that in the whole

j i i FOR SALE wide world there is only one person
; who can possibly be influenced by hisLost"
FOR SALE-Ford touring car; overhauled "
ad. Contradictory, isn't it? !
ExcuronAtIAhic
and repainted: in fine condition Sentinel Want Ads Par.
t ; a bargain. See Jlr Hutton, at
i 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; I
Pair nice mare mules in good condition but smile-you can get another by! VIA
suitable for farm or heavy haul- using our want ad. column. A
f ing; weight about 1.000 pounds. Ap- Coast line
ply P. G. Walton Agt. Gulf Refining -
Co., Orlando }lorida717tfc
Harness Makingand
FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top Standard Railroad of the South!
the
Sunshine Starts Day With Smile
Mary a 7-3-tf and wind shield at Ford Garage. Repairing

Round rates from
Knowing that she does not have to struggle with coal or wood fire she can steal that extra FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract trip ,
All kinds of leather suchas
,
repairing
half hour in bed which she so much enjoys. She goes down to a cool kitchen, strikes a one quarter mile from city limits; ORLANDO
match and the breakfast is cooking. The breakfast is prepared and eaten in cool comfort I very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Washington, D. C.$22.00
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket ?
because there is no overheated range to make a furnace of the home. I 6-9-tf Norfolk, Va. 20.00
I Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also ----------- A
.Richmond, Va__________ 20.00
Her baking is done in a convenient, clean oven which she can keep at the right temperature FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOne get your scissors sharpened. __
Baltimore, Md______ __ 24.00
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 23; West Church Street, in Hopkins Round Trip Rates from 1
der where she gets it as there is no kitchen fire, no fire in the furnace. 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 com under fence. Will be sold at a sacri- N. C. ______$12.00 {
fort 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 "T-20-12t Winston-Salem N. C. ___ 14.00 i
right side for Gas is the most economical of fuels. good crop will go with the place. A
good six room house and good out- Hot Springs, Va_______ 18.50 l
Watch Mary Sunshine. She will tell you more about this wonderful household convenience. buildings. In sight of depot church Phone 72 Roanoke, Va ___________ 16.25 $
and school. The place will bear in- Chattanooga Tenn _____ 13.80

Box spection. For particulars, address Monteagle, Tenn _______ 15.05 t
57 Taft Fla. 7-24-12t
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 unfurnished -j I Tickets Sold August 11-Limit
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial flats and dwellings. Jas. A. August 29. A
Knox. 79tfWANTED Davis & McNeil Bldg ,

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D. W. WHITE D. T. A. I
WANTED-Plain sewing by the day.'j ,
Especially good at darning and W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
mending. Mother's helper in general.I When Greek Orlando
r.- Address K., Sentinel, or phone 478. I

7-28-6tc II Meets GreekWas I

AUTOMOBILE: WANTED-Huproo-
Sale bile 1914 or 1915 model, preferred.' '
Would consider other cars. For a 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- meets gentleman will and Plants
ida; the best resort and finest fishing 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 gentleman Floral Designs
Orlando, Fla. 7-30-6tc will be the
one who feels
And for weeks
continuing two himself to be such. Your per-
BUYERS AND SELLERS'
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real I sonal appearance has a powerful
: estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., effect on your consciousness. .Violet Dell Florist.

I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT J 20000000.over 30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over

10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
-- Orlando J. M. CARUTHERS
Come out to the big masqueradeball
On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, at Wekiwa Springs, Thursday Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
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 CUNT BASSPHONE

Shop. 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyre
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 375

To reduce our stock as much as possible West Jefferson Street
by the 15th, will give a discountof
I 25 per cent. off our regular cash e Successor to
Come and look at our line price on any goods in store Ham-
mond & Gore. 65tiNo Band|Wood CompanyWood

individual with anything to sell DR. L H. RAMSDELL
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO.
or trade can successfully find a buyeror OPTOMETRIST of AlljKInds:

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

the Orlando community. OPTTPAT. REPAIRING .
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At the Exposition- I.and Messrs. Geo. K. Ewing and J. P. !(
Hawthorne, prominent and influential j : PAY YOUR BILLS
anywhere else in the United States-the safest way to carry citizens of Ocoee, transacted businessin
"travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They are
Orlando ,
accepted like currency at hotels ticket offices and the best stores and .t yesterday.Mr.
shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued in e I
$10 $;o. $5;) and $100. t tt J. R. Powell, a leading citizenof BEFORE THE 10th TO I

<' Sanford, who has been visiting Orlando .

B 'Cheques for a couple of days, returned Allen & Company Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
home yesterday morning. ". S. Branch Book Store. Orlando! Pharmacy, Drugs. .
,; American Bankers Associcla.d t tk Butt's} Refreshments. o. K. Pool Room. I
Who Pays? Thursday night. Roof City Drug Store Drugs. Pure Food Store Groceries.
Garden. S-l-4tc Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage Auto Supplies.
John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings.Good Young's ,
t Repair Shop Bicycles etc.
Messrs. Chas. Griffin and W. B.
and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company Dept. ,
"A.aA."Ckenn foe cctplrJ Oil,he will lakinson, of Kissimmee, were among avenue and Arcade building.I. Store.
h, b 1-, t F.ipat/on G..ttt the well known Floridaians transacting W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
business in Orlando yesterday.Miss J. A. Caplinger Electrician.CoOperative Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. ReeL Steam Laundry.; a
Ada Bumby returned last T. P. Robinson Photographer. C. F. Boulon Shoe Hospital.
evening from Sanford where she had Our Grocery Company.
been visiting her sister Mrs. Ruth
They will give back 2 in '
Moore, and Mrs. Douglas Ellerbe. you cents Savings

I Checks for every dollar you spend with themin
If spend $10 a week save
you you
$10( a year by asking for savings cash or if you pay your bill by the 10th of

1 ; checks. 8-1-tf the month, therefore

Mrs. W. F. Frost of Washington,
D. C., is expected to arrive in Orlando
i1 : today, being called here on account of Ask for SAVINGS CHECKS I IFOP

the serious illness of her father, Col. : ,
C. F. Akers. .
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Mr. W. G. Talton, the popular and .. GOOD FpAI
accommodating cashier of the State .4. i
Bank of Apopka, motored to Orlando I DEPOSIT FOB DEPOSIT
yesterday r on a business and pleasure SAVINGSDEDARTMENTOF IN THE c.-; SAVINGSOEDARTMENTOF IN THE t o
rip combined. THE 0p
PEOPLES NATIONAL PEOPLES NATIONAL t
&> BANK p*' 1' 0 BANK c1gGNOO.F /
Garden.Who Pays? Thursday night.8-l-4tc Roof Q o P QtN00.F ,


The State Bank of OrlandoIt's Mr. J. B. Smith left yesterday afternoon -
over the Atlantic Coast Line Then don't keep them at home but deposit

for Chicago where he will spend the : them at once so they will earn 4 per cent in- 1

ness next matters.Mr.two weeks. looking after busi- terest for you in the Savings Department of the


and Mrs. Chas. A. Smith and
daughters, Misses Vera and Luella, : Peoples National Bank
arrived in Orlando yesterday from
Chicago and will remain in this sec- i.

An Economy To tion for some weeks looking it over .. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111\11111
with a view of locating.
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Buy Now! If you spend $10 a week you save '
$10 a year by asking for savings .

checks. 8-1-tf Wins Grand

Editor E. C. Harrington, of the
,
sprightly Apopka :News, was among
the welcome visitors to the county L
metropolis yesterday. His friends are Prize at San FranciscoThe
always glad to see him and never fail
to give him a cordial welcome. : a


Mrs. J. W. Gettier and daughter only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan- t

Spring Water left yesterday Coast Line afternoon for over Indianapolis the Atlantic ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor t-

Ind., to visit Mrs. E. B. Saxon for- were both awarded to PACKARD.It .
merly Miss Elmer Gettier, of this is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the qualities -

city.If. of permanent success that are back of the new
Is a standard for &
you spend $10 a week you save
purity aids diges- $10 a year by asking for savings
checks. 8-1-tf Packard Twin-Six

tion and eliminates
Mr. T. L. Hancock, who has been !
connected with the furniture firm of
acidity. :: :: Kincaid & Snowden for some time, .
has severed his connection with that
This being accomplished a world of sick well known establishment and is tak-
ing a vacation.C. San Juan Garage Company jj
ness is saved. Nature provided Spring Water

and Spring Water alone for mankind and F. Sallas, of the plumbing firm
nothing can take its place.8BEGIN of Sallas & Sallas, went to Tampa : Orlando -Daytona A
Tuesday afternoon for the purpose of
NOW: adding to the firm's stock of up to : DISTRIBUTORSwho
, date plumbing fixtures. He will be
several days.
gone
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If you spend $10 a week you save
Elder Spring Water Co. checks.$10 a year by asking for savings 8-1-tf MMIMttllMillillHtllllllMlltMIIIIMIMtM

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA Apopka was represented in Or- : Will Be Your Executor?

Phone WRIGHT [444 lando yesterday by the following well :
known citizens: H. H. Witherington, :
Dr. O. M. Chapman, W. G. Talton, ANSWER NO. 2
C. E. Harrington, and Robert Chapman. :
: Your estate may be materially impaired as a '
-- .. direct result of the appointment of an executor ,
fcmiHittllllllMltllllililltlMlliMMMIIillllllHAUTHORITIES Mr. J. W. Scanlan left yesterday or trustee.
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line : When an individual is appointedThe :-
for West Carrollton, Ohio where he : weaker. } ,
financial responsibility is generally ; 1'r-
will look after business interests until
fall, at which time he will return to : It is usually provided in wills that the person
Orlando where he owns considerable : nominated to serve as executor shall be excused *

realty. : from giving bonds. "
DIFFERAs When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense -
Who Pays? Thursday night Roof: : of the estate, and then only partial secu ''
Garden. 8-1--U I
I rity against loss is provided. '
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of but there Several new houses in the town and I I When a Trust Company is selected- .

', is a certain period in the lives of most of us when our country which have been in the course : The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility \
of construction this in : '
summer
are
is secured.
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with A
the last of
stages completion. Everyone :
Diamonds.A A bond which has behind it the entire financial
of these homes is modern in construction I
I : strength of the Institution is always; filed with 1
reliable diamond merchant is the best with up to date plumbing
sort of the Probate Court at no cost to the estate.
and conveniences installed.Mr. .
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue ,
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? ,{ 'ews o :
Warren Akers, a prominent of this newspaper.
and successful attorney of Nashville '

{I Tenn., son of Col. and Mrs. C. F. Come in any time and freely ask for further
i Akers' arrived in Orlando last evening ;: : information on this vitally important subject.
to be at the bedside of his father, I
I t : You are always welcome, and our officers are al-
who is seriously ill at his residence on j ji I' advise.
to
ways glad _
T. H. EVANSJEWELER :. i,ithe corner of Orange avenue ana : ......, -. -

:I' Jackson street. i The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

: DoctorsBiiekmastiT i :

::1 &?; BnindagcOSTEOPATHS ; : Orlando, Florida

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: Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
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: Personal instruction under Dr. Still '
at Kirksville; Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples '
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