The morning sentinel
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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 5, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Wilson's Special Representatives To Treaty Obligations Did Not Apply To

Mexico Gather At WashingtonThe AGAINST THE DARDANtllfS Case Says The German !NoteAs

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Brazilian Minister at Mexico City Informed State Department I a Last Resort Germany Suggests That the Hague Tribunal Be

Today That Carranza General Gonzales Entered Mexico WILL WORK IN CONCERT Allowed to Settle the Difficulty Officials Do Not Believe
City and Issued Decree "Disarming All Citizens"- That U. S. Government Can Recede From Its First
\ Interpretation of International Law as Given
. The State Department Does Not Believean

Attempt Will Be Made to Disarm SAD TRAil OF in Former Notes Dispatched to

the American Citizens FORCE WAY l TO CONSTANTINOPlE Great Britain


Washington, Aug. 4.-The war department, acting on a request DEATHESTIMATES Italian Officer-at Allies' Field I Washington, Aug. 4.-The state department today gave out the

from the state department, today ordered a battery of artillery Headquarters Laying Plans latest note from Germany in the case of the William P. Frye, the

from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, to El Paso, Texas. for United Action on American vessel which was sunk by the German cruiser Prinz

Ostensibly, this order was merely to increase the military forceat OF DEAD VARY Land and Water Eitel Frederich, January 28.

El Paso. Army officers pointed out, however, that as General The note rejects the contention of the United States that the

Funston reported yesterday that he had plenty of men on the FROM FORTY TO Paris, Aug. 4.-News from the Dar- sinking of the Frye by Germany violated the treaty of 1799-1828.!)!

border, the present movement will probably only be a beginning EIGHTY I I danelles indicates that Italy is aboutto It[ insists that the treaty stipulations are merely obligatory to j
join with the other allies in an ef-
of a series of reinforcements along the whole line. The sending of make compensation for damage sustained by American citizens
fort to force a to Constanti-
SEVENTEEN DEAD ARE IDENTIFIEDSeven passage after the sinking of a vessel. $
... artillery to the border is regarded as having a close connection nople.It .
.' with the fact that a conference of Pan-American ambassadorsand is stated that an Italian officer It suggests that each government designate an expert who shall ;

minisisters with Secretary Lansing will begin tomorrow at More Are Known to Have has arrived at the headquarters of fix the amount of the indemnity for loss of the vessel and any

the state department.It Perished but Bodies Ha"eNot the British expeditionary force in the American property which may have been sunk with her.
is indicated by one official that this government, by its pres- Yet Been cert Mediterranean measures with for the orders cooperationwith to "con- This indemnity, Germany says, will be promptly paid. ;

ent show of activity in military circles, intends to impress the factions the British and French of the If this plan of settlement is not satisfactory to the United .5,

in Mexico and thereby supplement the delberations of the Found Italian' force, naval and military, in States, Germany suggests that the entire question of the applica- *

conference. It is regarded as significant that Paul Fuller, one of Erie, Pa., Aug.-4.With seventeen its operations against Turkey." tion of the treaty be submitted to the Hague. '

\Vilson's former special envoys to Mexico, will be present at the bodies recovered of those known tobe Officials say that the United States can not recede from its interpretation j

conference tomorrow. Fuller came here about ten days ago and ; > dead, fifteen of whom have been SHIP HORSES TO ALLIES of the international law as given in the first two

conferred with Secretary Lansing on the new proposition which 'identified, and with seven others missing Galveston TeAg. 4.F.e hun notes to Great Britain. 1

will be put up to the Mexican factions. He conferred again today and known to be dead, though the dred horses to be shipped from this' 1
bodies have not yet been recovered, FUNERAL: OF LATE COL. C. F. MRS. MARY B.
\ with Lansing. port to France arrived today from I DEATH PARKER;
the death list to midnight as a re-
up Bonham, Tex., having been sent by a AKERS AT WOODLAWN YESTERDAY I FUNERAL TODAY'
Duval West, the last special commissoiner to Mexico, also will sult of the cloudburst which late yes-
firm which has a contract to furnish I.I.I
be Washington and may assist in the work of the conferences.The terday sent a flood of raging water
horses and tons of hay
10,000 50,000 The
funeral of Mrs-
B. Parker
the heart of this city, is Mary
first question undoubtedly to be taken up by the conferencewill through for the allied armies in France. The the late afternoon yesterday all .
of will occur this morning at 10 o'clock
be the terms of the notification to Mexico, and it appears that twenty-four, although firm has shipped 25,000 tons of hayto
the total dead run from forty to that was mortal of the late Col. C. F. from the Christian church in .
the appeal that will now be made her will be final, or, in other Europe. Contracts for the ship- Ocoee
words, will be an ultimatum.The eighty. ment of 20,000 beef cattle through Akers who died Tuesday night, was Rev. Mr. Melindey, the pastor, con-

Texas City to European ports were laid to rest beneath the sod of Green- j I ducting the services, the remains hauling .
:Brazilian minister at :Mexico City informed the state department
it announced here. wood .
closed today, was cemetery.In I arrived yesterday afternoon from
today that Carranza General Gonzales entered the
life this noble old man, who hasso Bicknell, Ind., where she breathed her
and issued a decree "disarming citizens." The state departmentdoes Florida: Generally fair today On that vacation, remember the 50
long been a quiet sufferer, was respected last, Saturday. The body
was accom-
not believe, however, that Carranza will attempt to disarm and Friday; gentle to moderate south- cent library edition, and 10 cent paper
and loved by all who knew panied to Orlando by her Mr.
novels. Curtis & O'Neal.
American citizens. Carranza cabled his agency that he has appointed erly winds.
him. The sympathy of the commu- Paul B. Parker, a cadet at West Point,
a commission of five civilians to look after the distribution :
nity and of a host of friends throughout who was at the bedside of his mother
of food in Mexico City. Lockhart Produces
f The Factory
the state is extended to the be- when she passed away. The remains

reaved family.Col. will be laid to rest in the Ocoee cem-
Crates To Load 5,000 Akers was born in Greenville, etery.

A Real Estate Bank, properly man- GAINESVILLE: GA. Ga., in 1841, graduated from old The deceased was 65 years of age
aged, is a profitable institution. It -- has been a resident of Orange countyfor
makes a class of small real estate Mrs. Ola M. Mathews, wife of the In writing up the many industriesof no small part of this industry. Many Emory college, and at the outbreakof twenty-five years. She was one

loans not handled by the commercial fire chief, died at 7 o'clock yesterday the wonderful state of Florida one men and much live stock are of course the civil war joined the 44th regi- of the most highly esteemed ladies of

banks and the is the necessary in this branch of the busi of and served with distinguished -:this section her
security always morning in Gainesville, Ga., accord- of it's greatest has been almost en- ment Georgia sterling qualities .
best. Why pay rent, when the Real honor throughout the war, ;causing all who knew her to love her
ing to a telegram received here tirely neglected, and that industry is ness.Up
used that
Estate Bank will aid you in buying a yes- to date dry kilns are Ga. I greatly. She was a devout Christian
at ,
terday. She went to Gainesville June the manufacture of the millions of the be pretty and bright being captured
home? Loans are paid back in week- veneer may surrender.The and has answered her Maker's call.
after II
ly, monthly or quarterly installments. 5 to visit her mother, Mrs. Merck,and containers or crates necessary for the when made into boxes. In the mills shortly Mrs. Parker is survived by one
First mortgages and bonds are bought became ill of typhoid fever a week' packing and delivery of the fruit and will be found the very latest machinery members of the family by daughter, Mrs. J. A. Wilkes, and two
and sold. Income investments han- whom he is survived are his wife, one
dIed. It does the work of a buildingand ago last Sunday. Her condition was vegetable crops produced annuallyand many of the machines being designed Mrs. W. F. Frost of Wash- sons, Mr. J. E. Parker of Winter
loan association and combines I so critical last Saturday that Chief semiannually.This for quick and accurate work.It daughter, I Park, and Mr. Paul B. Parker of West
this feature with investment banking.Mr. Mathews and their daughter, Mrs. article has to do with one of would take more than thirty ington, :Mr. W. A. Akers of Nashville, Point, N. Y.Undertaker.
Cook has an office in the Wat- I Tenn., and Dr. E. F. Akers of this
J"ins Block and is making arrange- Roy Householder were summoned. these factories located in Orange trains of twenty cars each to move Hand has charge of the
ments for the operation of such an The remains will arrive in Tampa tonight county near the beautiful city of Or- the finished product of this plant if city.The obsequies.
funeral was preachedby
stitution. 8-5 ltd- in-I and will be removed at once to lando. It is the plant of the Over- it were held and moved at once. sermon
I Dr. J. B. Ley, pastor of the Meth-
the residence, No. 2507 Grand Central street Crate company, situated at All products are shipped either
i avenue. The funeral will be con- Lockhart, with tracks to both the knocked down or nested, and after be- odist church. A touching selectionwas Hope To Avert
Germans Start rendered by a quartet composedof
ducted at 10 o'clock Thursday morn- Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast ing made up and filled more than five
ing from the First Baptist church by Line railroads for the shipment of I thousand ears are required for trans- Jos. L. Guernsey, F. A. Curtis
Mrs. Jas. L. Giles, and Miss Eliza StrikeNew
Front AttackLondon I Rev. Claude W. Duke. The husband, their products. portation to market. beautiful floral offer-
the daughter, the mother and a brother Far the greatest part of the time in One of the essentials of a business Wright. Many
R John Merck of of this kind is prompt shipment of an ings came from friends as tributes of
Gainesville Ga.. this plant is given to the manufac- : deceased. York Aug. 4--In a final effort -
for the
Aug. .-While reporting I survive. ture of orange boxes, the reason for ,order, ample provision for which is esteem bearers C. F.Ic to avert a strike of the 60,000
progress on both of the wings which Mrs. Mathew's remains will be interred this being found in a study of it's location -I found at this plant. pall were workers women's in New
on garments
Joe Jones, W. E. Gore, Alf.
three weeks have been in Woodlawn warehouses are kept well Quaig,
for the last cemetery beside which is the very center of the i Ample
York Mitchel's council of
city, Mayor
endeavoring to encircle Warsaw, the the remains of her son, Walter Mathews orange country.Of I supplied, tracks are laid to each anda Bumby, B. M. Robinson, and Phil conciliation called a conference for

Germans have commenced frontal at- who died in Atlanta two years these boxes 1,250,000 are manufactured yard locomotive ready to shunt the I. Slemons. today of the representatives of the

tacks and have begun a direct thrustat ago, also of typhoid fever. He wentto I annually. To make these cars to the main lines of the different BASEBALL RESULTS garment workers' union and of the
the which guard the Pol- the Capital railroads, the result being that very
fortresses I' City to work for the and other crates and boxes producedby cloak and skirt makers' association.The .
ish capital from the west, says Berlin Eureka Fire Hose company. For sev- I this company the great quantitiesof little time is required to get the cars National League union had given the manufacturers -

tonight. i eral years before going to Atlanta he logs, nails, wire, twine, etc., run I loaded and rolling to their customers. 1 Boston 5. until midnight last night to accede -
The German statement followed the worked in the Tampa fire department into amazing totals. With these facilities orders coming in
to the finding of the council of
I Cincinnati 4, Brooklyn 1.
issuance of a statement reported to I and his memory is cherished by many Two hundred and fifty trains of an hour before time for the trains are conciliation but consented to extend
St. Louis 9-0, New York 11-7.
have been made the Russian ambassador friends who will The I loaded and gotten away.
by I sympathize with the logs are used. veneer as it comes rain. the time limit until noon today. It is
at the Hague to the effect fire chief in this, his second great from the lathe would lay a walk Great changes have taken place in Chicago-Philadelphia understood the manufacturers have

that the evacuation of Warsaw vas I grief during the last two years.- twenty-seven inches wide and more the quality of boxes in past years. Philadelphia American 0, Detroit League 1. agreed to all the terms of the union
complete. Tampa Tribune. than two thousand miles in length. I Much care is now taken by the packers -
except one which would prevent the .
Washington 1-3, Chicago 01.
Berlin also reports success for the I The assembling of more than fifty to make an attractive package, discharge of employes.
Boston-Cleveland rain.
armies attacking the Warsaw and GOOD RACES AT THE RINK million pieces is necessary in the man- !consequently they demand good work- t

Vistula fortresses of Lomsea, Ostro- ufacture of these packages, to fasten manship, clear printing, and shipment New York-SL Louis, wet grounds. MILLIARD RETAINS: CHARTER

lenka and Ivangorod. Despite the threatening weather a i which when assembled twenty tons of in clean cars, of the manufacturersof Federal League the
i Hilliard, Ra.-Thirty days ago
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Pittsburgh Brooklyn
good crowd gathered at the boxes. Provision for these refine-
skating i small nails and twenty tons of wire town council of Hilliard called an elec- .
Russians Retire From the Blonie rink last night to witness the races. are used, and in the bundling fifteen ments are in evidence about this All scheduled. tion for Tuesday to decite whether

Nadarzin Line Robt. Miller, a young boy, won the I tons of twine is used. plant. Southern League charter should be
the town
Little Rock 1. or not
Petrograd, Aug. 4.The official report free for all race, and young Bill Anderson I Two hundred and fifty employesare Thus we see by a perusal of the New Orleans 2, abolished.The .

tonight admits that the Russian won the potato barrel and necessary, the laying of railroad above that the manufacture of Flor Chattanooga 7, Mobile 3. vote was three to two in favorof

army has retired from the Blonie I boys' races. All the events were I tracks, the cutting and hauling of the ida's crates and boxes is one of her Memphis 5, Birmingham 4. retaining the

Nadarzin line on Warsaw. .closely contested. timber, and delivery to the mill being really great industries. Nashville 2, Atlanta 1. charter.'z.


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THE MOVING WORLDDid STATE NEWS to the upper east coast section has 111111111111111111111.111,1,1,1",1",1",1" ,_
ARCADE been launched in the bridging of the
it ever occur to you how fast Tampa's patrol of Boy Scouts is Indian river between Cocoa, on the
the world is moving? Did it ever said to be one of the best in the state. west shore, and Merritt Island, to the Figs Figs Figs !

occur to you how rapid is the ad- -- eastward. The eastern terminal of
vancement of humanity? Two more deaths of fine stock from the bridge will be located on the I Preserved Figs in Cans. Dried Figs in Wooden Boxes

The most progressive age of all his- blind staggers are reported in the island, about the center of a large '

tory, is today-and this in spite of Leesburg section. tract of land opened for settlement Florida Honey .
last winter, and already surveyed into .4
DEPOTBUTTER wars, disasters, crimes and like evils. -- -
The world will rise over all these,and The contract has been let for the building lots. Sentiment in favor of t
its progress continue in the future brick annex to the school building at bonding for the bridge is practically I Honey in Combs or Bottles.Wherries .
An writer the Callahan. An auditorium with a seat- unanimous, and those working for it :
anonymous sums up
MILK- wonderful things of the present in ing capacity of 350 and several new are certain of an easy victory.-Cocoa for Punch
this list class rooms will be included in the Note in Miami Metropolis. t
Fresh Every Day.
and is annex.
5c. The telegraph was invented have both the Maraschino and Mint Flavors in
per glass Guests registering at the San Juan : We
one of our great enterprises.Over
25c. per gallon the telephone wire we do bus- Outside construction work on Tam- hotel yesterday included Mrs. J. A. red and green. t
CREAM AND MILK iness and gossip. pa's new city hall is completed and Hanson, Mrs. T. L. Reynolds, Lees- ,
BUTTER We travel by the engineless, horse- within a few more days the interior burg; Sampson Levy, New Orleans; Sanitary TowelsWe
less trolley car. work will be brought to a conclusion. M. Smith, Chas. R. Jordan, Chas. L. :
Fresh Homemade That murderer, the submarine, is Sidewalks will then be laid around Frank, Jacksonville; T. :M. Hansell, F.I I
terrorizing the world. the building. J. Gonzalez, A. P. Connelly, Sanford; I use Scot Tissue paper Towels in our store. Theyare
SANDWICHESPIES Chas. Sheldon, Daytona V. V. Sharpe, the article for home '
We have guns that shoot 25 miles ; clean and sanitary. Just your ,
AND CAKES and smash the bullseye. The second annual summer normal J. E. McIlmurray, Tampa; Thos. S. store or office. 150 towels in one roll.
l That wonder, the aeroplane, buzzes j for the teachers of Duval county, held Grady, Atlanta; II. C. Piano, Titus- '
over peaceful lands and battlefields. |in Jacksonville, closed Friday. The ville; E. A. Isaacs, Macon. WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

ARCADE MilK DEPOT Great dirigible balloons soar in the 'term was regarded as entirely suc- i
|cessful by the teachers as well as the ANOTHER GERMAN WAR LOAN '

skies.We telegraph without wires, and :instructors. London.-Karl Helfferich, secretaryof I Our Grocery CompanyTwo i
soon will talk long distances that the German treasury, has announced I
i The packing house at Fort Myers that a third German war Phones: 3 and 200 i
way.The automobile whizzes here and has been enlarged to a two-story loan will be issued the middle of Sep- ,
When Greek there, a fine convenience and useful, building and an annex added. When tember, says a Copenhagen dispatch 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. I; ;
so long as sensible persons guide it. !i the new machinery is installed it will to the Morning Post.
Our great West has been developed.We increase the capacity of the packing MiiiiiitiiMiiMMiiiiiiiiiamimtiMimMMt*
Meets GreekWas have learned that Alaska is no house several cars a day. Dr. Sylvan McElroy, of Orlando,

uninhabitable country, but will provea I -o- spent Sunday in the city with his wife
great mining, industrial and farm- The Citizens bank of Leesburg is and son who are visiting her parents,
ing district. j now owned and controlled by Lake Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier. lIe made
symbolic of order fast
Soon the Philippines will become a county capital, a deal being consum- the trip in his car and was"accompa- '
passing from the modern stageof republic. mated a few days ago which has beenin nied by Mr. S. A. Sandlin.-Ocala 25 CENTER Discount '

action. When gentlemanmeets Women vote! negotiation for the past six months. Star.

gentleman will supplantthe China, sleeping these past 5,000 One hundred and forty-three shares
old adage, and the one who years, has become a republic. ''cf the stock which was owned by the
wins as the most perfect gentle- Japan, modernized, is become almost ,Witham bank was purchased at a con- A. B. Cook & Co.{ For the benefit of our customers -
as wicked and grasping as the siderable premium.
man will be the one who feels Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla.
rest of "civilization. I -0I will give a 25
himself to be such. Your
per- Cuba is a democracy. |. Irvin Whitehurst, the ten :year old
sonal appearance has a powerful Mexico trying to swim out of the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Whitehurst, per cent cash discount on
effect on your consciousness. whirlpool of trouble into still waters. of Sutherland, was drowned in a lake Dealers in Real Estate, In-
Religious liberty almost every- in front of his home a few days ago. vestments and Business Oppor all goods sold during the

where. i The body was recovered after an tunities. :
Many thinkers think that the pres- (eight hours search. month of July and August.

Orlando ent great war will result finally in a I 1-0-1 I

long step forward in the establish- I REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS r.
Steam LaundryPHONE ment of the rights of common men. I which owns the largest retail store on I II
The world fights and argues, chokes I Franklin street, in Tampa, has closed Hammond & Gore
88 and gasps, smiles and weeps, but it its retail department permanently.The LOANS
'do move." I principal reason given for the discontinuance MORTGAGES
And the end isn't yet. The present : of this department is BANK STOCKS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
great war will cause some radical ,that there has existed a certain feel- TIMBER
changes in the general trend of hu- ,,ing of antagonism with the retailers Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando Ha.
,M. (X Dovell manity. It will cause some wonderful against the wholesale department be- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -
alterations in the living methodsof cause of the fact that they did op- OF ALL KINDS. I
men. All wars have been terrible, erate retail store. The entire
ener- . . . . . .
& Son and have left their blight for the gies of the company will be ued for .11111111111111,1111111111111111111.11.----- __ _...... -1111111 I I
time. But all wars have resulted in the promotion of the wholeale depart- ,
some good, and this one will be no ex ment.A .
--- ception. And the world will continue -0- II Get A Copy of. This Catalog Now! | | :
to go ahead in spite of it. project of considerable importance

I In this new, big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is founded upon an ideal; a
106 Grace StreetPhone nursery where the idea is fundamental that the basis of success is laid in a nursery by the nur-
sery company three or four years before the purchase of the trees by the planter. .
I W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds where the root stock is
of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows, and of the care
283-2 Rings Proprietors and Owners exercised grown; in the selection of the budwood, and in the packing and shipping of the trees, and of the
I 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 history -
II Daytona Beach HotelON and lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock.It .
I points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves and how
Gasoline, Kerosene, LubricatingOils OCEAN BEACH their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in their own -
Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red groves tres of the purest strain, and trees which would show in nursery and grove the aristocracyof
and Greases. Our wagonsare their ancestry. ,
Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we could have sold many
Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished will be sold.
always at your service. more. This year we know our entire nursery
Single and en Suite Only a limited number will be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfield Nursery Co. trees, ..
but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our catalog-the
-: Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold most beautiful in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, clearness and directnesswill
appeal to
Shower Baths, Free to guests We have not you.had a great quantity of these catalogues printed, andV8 are confident thatthe
supply will hardly be sufficient to go around.
Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week
M. O. Dovell!! Dinners 50 cents
Bartow Florida i itlllllMIMIMIIIIMIM
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Nursery Tree Is A First Class.

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

Quality of Production. 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 specialized f
O. W. Conner.
in 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.
We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree

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

pleasant over hard-surfaced roads by auto. Wehave opened offices at No. 8, YowellDuckworthbuilding

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

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

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

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0. W. CONNER Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida. .

G. G. WRIGHT Agent

I II 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg., Orlando Florida A '

Trees like these will work while you sleep. They can't be Grown overnight-It
takes time. Contract for YOUR Supply NOW.


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What do you ERAL OFFICIALS j Seward, Alaska.-Renewed activityof

Chicago, Aug. ::Lit board named ;I London. "No price is too great to London.-The staff of Melbourne Katmai volcano indicated by the A
hope for in a for declared the minister has united in the invention ashes in the air
? Panama, Canal Zone.-Just as he 'by the city council harbors committee pay victory, .university presence of was reported -
"* ;today began preparations for tests of of munitions, Lloyd-George, in a cf a respirator reputed to be 100 percent today by W. J. Erskin, of KoI -
. varnish? was leaving here today on board the
steamer Pastores for New York for the stability of the excursion steam- j characteristic speech urging two thou- more effective than any now in I aiak. Officers of the steamer Ad-

W. 'ships sailing out of this port. Sand sand representatives of the mining I use in the European war theatre, saysa .miral Watson report that the Illiam-
his vacation, Governor George '
bags weighing much full industry to "speed up." Reuter dispatch from Melbourne. na crater also is active.
Canal Zone I as as a quo
Goethals, of the Panama ,
. I ta of will be "The demand for coal is the great- I t
passngeers placed on one !
received instructions to in
THE \Washington immediately instead appear of side of the steamship Christopher CoI I est in our history, the supply of laboris I Subscribe for t Tvlormng Sentinel It The want ad.'s the thing.
the shortest the minister de-
1"-- lumbus next of ; ,
as a means > I
his vacation.
'ONUiJTRO beginning : the vessel's seaworthi- clared. "Coal is the life-blood of the
General Goethals said he had been I ascertaining
nation. Let us look toward the firma-

was informed desired indirectly that he might that his confer presence with I I ness.The federal grand jury today i,ment, ignoring nothing, preparing for The Orlando Meat MarketT.

sumed the taking of evidence re-I thunder clouds when they come, with
the authorities there
VARNISHES regarding army full knowledge that the is shin-
the sun. 4
reorganization, particularly with ref ing "alleged cranky perform-I I A. YANCY Manager
!!ing behind the darkest storm clouds.
ances" of the Eastland. It is declared -
to the strength, disposition and
!No price is too great to pay for vic- i
housing of the troops in the Canal twelve or fifteen indictments Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
are being drawn, and will be com- tory. There has been too much of I
Zone. His views, it is understood,are
varnish for plejed within a week. Solicitation of disposition to cling to the amenitiesof Florida and Western Meats
When you buy your not altogether in accord with those of "
., floors you hope that it will improve Brigadier General Clarence R.> Ed- funds for Eastland sufferers prac- peace.

the that appearance it will be durable.of those floors and wards, commander of the Canal Zone tically ceased today after a statementby Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
that the
Mayor Thompson sum
forces which forwarded to the
, were
... Unfortunately much that is sold for given was sufficient. It was an- Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
floor varnish won't realize that hope secretary of war several weeks ago.
nounced that in New York, Aug. .-Mayor Mitch-
for you.Lawson's. General Goethals will return to the subscriptions are excess -
el's council of conciliation / Business '33 P.O. BOX= 6Cor.
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas Canal Zone at the end of September, of $330,000. I II was en- I PHONES \Residence |33 Orange Ave. and Church St.
a wonderful deep lustrous finish. It is I deavoring today to formulate a plan
easily applied because it works easily. It but before doing this he will) tender
is unequalled for durability and will not his to Presi- WORK FOR NEW YORK NAVY !!which will prevent a strike of 60,000
resignation as governor 1
scratch white. It dnes absolutely dust. I
members of the International Ladies'Garment
free in from five to seven hours and gets dent Wilson and will make application YARD t
hard in twenty-four hours. I I Workers' Union, 40,000 of I
to be placed on the army retired
As capacity for economy.that is wonderfulTry Lustro has a covering list. New York.-Officers of the New I whom have voted to strike unless I Arcade Pressing Club
their differences with the Cloak, Suit
York navy yard had received semiofficial -
out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor I i
factory.Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis STARVING IN PALESTINE information today that either i and Skirt Manufacturers' Protective Under New Management

three large submarines or the electric I Association are adjusted to their sat- i
Made by Valentine & Co. I isfaction.
Philadelphia, Aug. 3.Fruit grow- engines of the battleship Californiawill
t. Manufacturers of ers of Palestine lost $3,000,000 be- be constructed there. This re- I i First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. Made right in

VALSPAR and cause of the European war, accordingto lieved the axiety of 2,000 men who II NEWSPAPERS SAVE CITY the shop. Guaranteed Fit.
feared that otherwise they would be.
a letter received here from George ,
VALENAMELAll Kiat, general commisisoner of com- dismissed. It was announced that the Berlin.-That Courland is today not Also Cleaning, Pressing, RepairingAnd

merce, with headquarters at Jaffa, ,keel of the California will be laid another Belgium in ruins is due, in
All Kinds of Alterations done
and made public today. about September 10. the opinion of the military authori-
to be had at
The letter says the trees are dyingfor ties, to the wholesome influence of the I

FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT want of watering and petroleumto GALE SWEEPS SAVANNAH; COLONY Livonian newspapers, which have I Work called for and delivered.

STORE spray them. A plague of locusts AT TYBEE DESERTS I I: steadfastly counselled their readers

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. has ruined trees and vegetation. Mostof against franc tireur methods.

the men have been drafted into the Savannah, Ga.-A thirty-eight mile I i Phone 448 24 E. Pine St.

Turkish fighting ranks and the women gale swept over this city, accompa- I 1 ITALIAN LOSSES HEAVY I

have worked heroically to save nied by an intermittent but heavy I! -
Jacob Burkhard the crops. downpour of rain. Many residents on I' Budapest.-Austrian military authorities -

"Unless something is done and Tybee Island, a summer resort near estimate the Italian losses

PLUMBER done quickly, we face famine and here, fearful of a heavier gale and during the first six weeks of the war

-A starvation," he concludes. the increasing swell, deserted their at 100,000 men, including. 17,000 pris- i CAREY HAND
[cottages and came to the city. oners.


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Rotterdam. German newspapers I" HOTEL I II EMBALMERAll
report that the government is takingover

the entire control of the German i i DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
cotton industry. The order, which Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. calls answered Promptly Dayor
has issued
says: II
Hot and Cold running water in every room
ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST "From August 1 all textile facto-
will be
ries in Westphalia worked under -
Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th $8 to
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. state control as part of an arrangement -I ,

i to provide for an equitable $10 per week, American Plan. Orlando Florida.PHONE .

division of cotton among the facto- New Bath House Free to Guests ,
ries in Germany." 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
I MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop.
Phone 204
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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 beautiful patterns and priced at 20c. 12c. quality, per dozen

dainty patterns, 50c., 60c. and 65c. quality. 25c., 35c. and 4
85 cents

35 cents 40 centsLAWN
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, 35c. quality 8 % cents 44 cents

22 % cents PILLOW CASES, scalloped, made of a good heavy mus-
SIIEERETTE AND FLAXONS, plain white, 32 inches
lin, 42x36 and 45x36, 25c. quality ________
wide, 25c and 35c. quality

3 EMBROIDERED BATISTE, very fine and sheer, dainty 19 17 cents

patterns, all new styles, 63c. and 75c. quality cents

TABLE DAMASK, all pure linen, full 72 inches wide,

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

35 cents $1.00 A

VOILES AND ORGANDIES, beautiful printed designsin .

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

quality ricot, and Lavender, 39c. quality quality

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THE DAILY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HOLD Reports of county officers were I ,
IMPORTANT SESSION read and warrants ordered drawn. : OUR MID-SUMMER
The Cathedral School
South Florida Board adjourned to Monday, August

AND WEEKLY Monday, August 2, 1915.; 23, 1915.
f. I:' GLENN .............._.....Editor
V C. ESSIN'CTON .... ..Baal.... Manner Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present, Commissioners Star- ADDITIONAL LOCALSS. Orlando's Select Boarding and Day IS snsation Sal
Entered at the pottofflce at Orlando. Florida School for Girls n :
Second Class Mail Matter. bird, Dillard, Sweet, and Brown.Chairman
Overstreet being absent, M. Lantz and E. S. flyer returned 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Tuesday from their fishing tripin Primary, Intermediate and Academic
and seconded
Daily. 1 Year ......................... $5.00 upon motion duly made and Grades
Daily. 6 Months ...................... %.60 A. C. Starbird was made chairmanpro the Everglades report a most
D&il,. 3 Month ...................... 1-25 enjoyable trip with lots of fun. The Also Musi. Art, Elocution, Physical A'
Daily. 1 Month ...,................... .60 tern. OF
Culture and Domestic Science.
of D. B. Stewart for rain and fish were plentiful.
Weekly, 1 Year ...................... $1.00 Application For Catalogues address the Rector, .r
received the application not
pension ;
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN complying' with the requirements of Lieut. S. J. Entrikin, one of St. Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M. READY-TO-WEAR MILLINERY ANDMENS
Cloud's live wires the
was among Orlando Fla.
ADVERTISERS the statute, was not approved. ,
Letters from Tosohatchee Ranch prominent Floridians visiting Orlando
Copy for display and all other hand-set yesterday. Lieut. Entrikin reportshis
received and read. Letterin
advertising mast he hands in at the buiineuoffice company
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ts. reference to 1912 tax referred to section as having plenty of rain, FIELD'SCHOCOLATE FURNISNINGS
the day before pnMicatioa. This role applies :
that vegetation is humping, cattle do-
of the Board. Clerk to
to changes for contract adTertiiinc; it UlBTtri attorney notify
>le and will be strictly adhered to. Mr. Whitner that the county is ing fine, and all nature smiling.
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued not in a position to repair the road
should notify the office in writing on referred to, at this time. Mrs. Chas. Reybolt and Mrs. G. M.
of otherwise it will be
the date expiration
eoatinoed at toe regular subscription rates, Letter from II. R. Angel in refer Pope were among the Orlando folks All Womens Suits, Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Muslin Underwear-in fact
until notice to is received.
C Telephone JS'umb-r stop ......................2. ence to the road recently opened, leaving Orlando yesterday morningover everything of a Ready-to-Wear n.1tureill go at prices that have never be-
known as the Sweetapple-IIammond the Atlantic Coast Line to visit VANILLA fore been equalled. The difference between the former prices and the actual .
THURSDAY, \ 5, 1913.: read, claiming compensation for land relatives and friends in other states. PEACH reduced prices are so great that it should command the immediate attentionof

used by the county when establishingsaid Mrs. Reybolt's destiation was Cincin- every Its cleaning woman.up time with us, and while the loses are great, we take them
The absentees will soon be headed road, received and read. nati, Ohio, where she will spend sev- CARAMELICE without a mumur.
Orlandoward.The I Communications from A. B. Vance eral weeks with her parents. Mrs. CREAMS. Just cogitate over these few items-note the reductions then come and
Pope went to Sanford where she see the goods.
o and the Manufacturers Record received -
salient feature of the Warsaw and read. sailed for a trip down the famous St. --

salient is that the Russian line holds.A Upon motion the comptroller was Johns river to Jacksonville. From OUR FAMOUS PALM: BEACH SUITS FOR LADIES

o requested to allow the redemption of: that city she will embark on one of $7.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . . .$ 1.75 .
dance platform and skating rink Beginning southwest corner southeast the ocean liners of the Clyde Steam- CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c. $12.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . $9.50

will no doubt be among the attractions quarter of southeast quarter of north- ship company for Charleston, where $15.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . $10.50
for the fair. west quarter, section 35, township 22 she will spend the remainder of the

n south, range 29 east, run north 3:50 summer.
There are 934 women to every 1,000 chains, east 2.86 chains, south 3.50
men in the United States, while in chains, west 2.86 chains, at the fiat GEORGE BENSCHBACH OPENS CLUB SANDWICH 25c. $18.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$14.50 '

England, Germany and France the sum of $50, not including clerk's CABINET MAKING ESTABLISHMENT 22.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75

women predominate. costs, on account of excessive tax, $25.00; SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$16.25

o within 60 days, by J. F. Ange. New industries are being started in $27.50 SUITS FOR. . . . . . . . . .$17.50
We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed
Russia's fighting when in tight Upon motion the comptroller was Orlando every day, in fact they comeso $30.00: SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$18.50

places has astonished the world. She requested to allow the redemption of fast that it is almost impossible to and Delivered for All S32.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.00

may yet come out of that hot Warsaw I certificate No. 310, of 1915, at the flat keep track of them all. One of the $35.00;) SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.50

corner victorious. sum of $10, not including clerk's latest is the cabinet making estab- OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S S47.50 SUIT, ONE ONLY, HALF PRICE . . . .$23.75

o costs, on account of excessive tax, lishment recently opened by George
Napoleon carried his armies much within 6ft( days, by J. F. Paige. Benschbach at No. 12 East Church TWO SPECIALS IN LADIES' COATS

farther into Russia than Warsaw and Petition of H. A. Ward, C. E. Brum street, in the rear of the Co-operative $8.75 FOR . . . . . . . . . . .$5.75

then met defeat. And there are no by et al. received, for road. Subject Produce company's room. $12.50 FOR; . . . . . . . . . . .$8.75
Napoleon's on the Kaiser's staff. matter referred to superintendent of Mr. Benschbach is a workman of
the highest quality. He has had .
o roads and bridges. over
SILK DRESSES, All this Seasons Productions.
Watching Germany's submarines, The procuring of hunter's license seven years experience in cabinet "
keeping an eye on Mexico and Haytiall papers referred to clerk of Board. work, four years of which was in New SS.75; DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$5.75

at once, does not admit of Presi- Petition of P. Phillips, L. P. Huttonet York. lie is equipped to do any kind SI.1.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$8.75

dent Wilson taking a quiet vacation.A a!., for road between Hiawassee of work in his line, from making a 16.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$9.75

o and southeast corner Turkey lake cedar chest to repairing an escritoire. 17.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.00

newspaper remarks that the received and laid over under the rules. SODA $18.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.50

beaver is "going out" as Canada's Subject matter referred to superintendent IIUPMOBILE 522.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$12.50
national emblem. After reading the of roads and bridges. r The reputation of an individual cannot S29.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$18.50

Manitoba and Ottawa reports, the Bond of It. Roy White, as notary ments.survive The by public exaggerated soon learns state-the $37.50 DRESS, ONE ONLY, FOR. . . . . . .$18.75

beaver, no doubt, decided to save his public approved. Sureties, J. E. and truth. Neither can an automobile LIGHT LUNCH
hide. G.W. Crawford. manufacturer build up the reputationof SILK PETTICOATSIn

o Bond of I;. L. Hutchins, to bear his car by overdrawn statementsin
advertising.On Taffeta, Messaline, Peau De Cygne, with our famous Perfect-
The daily vacation Bible School As- fir arn. >, approved Sureties, C. E. the other hand, strict adherenceto Fitting Jersey Top. All must go at this Sale
sociation of New York is going to Bartlett, 1. N. Butner.Communication the truth inspires confidence. COST NOT CONSIDERED
send rag dolls to war babies. It is from G. R. Ramsey, Therefore, the simple statement of CONFECTIONSCIGARS
the Hup Motor Car that
safe to that children will in witha :
assume no highway tnsmeer. connection
"We believe the Hupmobile is the best
be misrepresented for the sake of get letter from I.- H. Ludlam, engineer car of its class in the world," carries SILK SUITS

ting one. Taft drainage district, received and with it much weight. $22.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . .11.50

o read. Action deferred until Tuesday. Then Ask ask the J.man P. who Holbrook drives, the a Hup.local $25.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75

The Orlando Sentinel is heart and Communication from board of commissioners representative, for a demonstration in $35.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . .. . .$19.75

soul for Perry Wall for senator and of state institutions, in the new 1916 model. $39.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$23.75
its support is appreciated by the people reference to hire of state convicts, re ;
of Tampa. The Sentinel is a paper ceived. Clerk instructed to say none go
of influence and its support meansa are wanted. Price

great deal.-Tampa Tribune. Adjourned to Tuesday, 9 a. m., August home RENT-Cheap, with a few, acres a comfortable land, in $12.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$7.50

o 3, 1915.Tuesday city. Inquire 606 West Central ave- Catering To Those $10.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$6.75

The man who goes on a vacation to 9 A. M., Aug. 23, 1915. nue. 8-5-3t $6.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . ... .$4.50

get away from everything connected Board met pursuant to adjourn Who ? Roof Who Care S4.75 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$3.35
Pays Thursday night
with his business, is the one who is ment. Present, Commissioners Star- Garden. 8-1-4tc $3.00 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$1.98 .
always preaching to school children bird, Dillard, Sweet, and Brown. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF $1.50 WASH SKIRTS FOR . .98c
to keep up their studies during the Communication from Lake Gem

time between terms, and it doesn't Land company received and read.
work.-Miami Herald.A John Sessions 200 LADIES' WAISTS
The application of to
o be admitted to the Florida School for SEEDS! FEEDS FERTILIZERS From the latest Fashion Center will be closed out at the

sociologist notes that some men the Deaf and the Blind received and ALL KINDS OF FRESH SEEDS FOR FALL PLANT- ridiculously low price of . . . . . . . .98c
will swear the air blue because it approved.
takes them one minute to extract a Road engineer was instructed to advertise ING ARRIVING DAILY
collar button from under their wife's for bids for building bridgesover
Bulletin Tremendously Low Priced
Get Our
dressing table, while they will search brick road number 1. August
for a golf ball in the bushes for half The matter of straightening road Sole Agents for Guaranteed Pulverized Sheep Manure. $7.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$2.98
better for flowers ferns lawns and gardens. ALL FINE LINGERIE DRESSES AT THE USUAL DICKSON-
Nothing ,
an hour with perfect good nature. near Case's corner on the Oak Ridge .
o road referred to superintendent
Samuel Morse Felton, president of roads and bridges and county surveyor FULL LINE OF POULTRY FEEDS AND SUPPLIES .,.

the Great Western railroad, is said to with power to act. :MUSLIN UNDERWEAR e

have refused an offer of $250,000 a The Board proceeded to establishthe Orlando Seed & Produce Co. Our famous La-Grecque Tailored Underwear, also the much
year for two years to manage for the budget for the year 1915-1916, I
talked-of Vanity Fair at Prices that will interest you.
Baldwin Locomotive company an $80- pursuant to chapter 6814, Acts of I Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.
000,000 Russian war order. With 1915, and upon motion duly secondedwas I
Charles M. Schwab's rumored $1,000- ordered published. I CORSETSWe

000 a year, this is among the record have the largest and most comprehensive stock in South

"wages." A Florida to select from, Royal Worcester, Bon Ton, American Lady,

Madame Lyra, Gossard and Frolaset.

A needle has been removed from I COOPERATIONWhat I This is not a mere sacrifice or a clean-up sale, but a profit-

the brain of a Western woman. Many sharing opportunity we are offering to our customers at greatly

years ago it got into her scalp froma is it? In the broad sense of the word Co- in last week's "Country Gentleman" of a defunct reduced prices.
rough towel, with which she was Operation means all working together for the truck-growers' co-operative company of Texas, ,
good simmered down to the last analysisit the officers of which voted to themselves $23,000in
drying her hair. Since then the bit common ; ".
means, "You help me and I will help you." salaries out of a total expense $46,000.. The SUMMARY
of steel had worked quite through her
failed but has been re-organized and
skulL An eighteen-inch magnet was Co-Operative companies and associations are while company the sales',manager in the defunct company, Everything in Ready-to Wear, including Middy Blouses, Brassiers,
operated :n various ways. The most common month he of the Children's Dresses Rompers and Kimonos. All at Reduced
received $500 reorganized go
used in the extraction, only a small method being to issue capital stock in small denominations per
incision having to be made.It elect a board of directors who hireat company receives $1200 per year with an allow Prices.
ance of $50.00 per month for expenses, whichis
then at the
o a fixed salary, a general manager, will notice.A .
close of the if the business has paid, declarea some difference you
seems but yesterday that busy dividend on year the capital stock.In Mr. Campbell, who was sales manager for a MEN'S FURNISHINGS
reformers were complaining of the like company in the same state, received $12,000a
the meantime holders of stock pay as much year, and is now operating a string of shipping POSITIVELY THE LAST CUT ON PALM BEACH SUITS. .$5.50
trailing skirts that women wore, and for their goods as anybody; they are liable for stations of his own, the company he was workingfor THE WORLD RENOWNED HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
they threatened all sorts of dire the debts of the company; if the company does having disbanded, or having been absorbedby CLOTHES FOR MEN CHOICE OF OUR SUMMER
things if they didn't stop the filthy not pay expenses they are liable to an assessment; others.Do ,
of the if it should fail or its manager decamp with its not misunderstand us. We firmly believein SUITS, COSTING FROM $20.00 TO $25.00 FOR . .$15.00
practice sweeping up streets. funds they are liable to twice the amount of their Co-Operation in selling as well as buying, but
Now the city of Hammond, Ind., stock in most states. In fact there is so much have endeavored to point out some of the reasons
threatens to drive the women off the red-tape connected with this style of CoOperative for its having failed in some instances. What we MEN'S STRAW HATS, LAST CALL-
Co., and so by which stock hold- claim is that when operated as above, there is
streets if they don't quit wearing many ways for
to $5.00 . .$1.00
Sraw Hat from $2.50
Choice of
ers may be flim-flammed that they have never too little incentive offered to the officers, as they any -
their skirts so short. Some men are proven very successful in this country though are paid a fixed salary whether "school keeps or REMEMBER OUR SEMI-ANNUAL MANHATTAN SHIRT t
hard to suit. they operate in all lines of business in England, not." There is too great chance for bickering to SALE LASTS THROUGH TO AUGUST 21.
o Scotland, Ireland, Germany, etc., with great suc- spring up between the directors and managers,
cess and much saving thereby to the members.One .
Now is the time to turn yourself of the principle reasons for their failurein ] etc.We have a plan of Co-Operation that is designed Are you shy on Groceries? Give us a trial,
loose among the weeds and refuse to this country is the big over-head charge con- along somewhat different lines from those I
your lawn, your garden, and your nected with them; another is the large salaries given above, and we will outline it to you in this we'll hold your tradeDic..sonlves
home surroundings generally. Your paid to managers and officers. We were reading space tomorrow.

joints need exercise and your brain

will nature profit, and by it will a closer be an contact improvementto with The Co-Operative Produce Company CO.

the appearance of the town and a I I
relief to the community eye. These W. S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. t'

little things start a town on the upgrade Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place.o11"
where we ought to be. I

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baJaJ aJ SnrirjjThursday III "Get It At Allen's" I

".w.ws August -. I held Monday evening the condition of $ !ri"
: t: Monthly business meeting and socialof the r
was discussed and several
... the Epworth League annual GRANDTODAY
election of officers. plans for the betterment of the organization sie'N\, j 1
0UJ Masquerade ball at Wekiwa Springs. were mapped out.
I I Friday, August 6. Remember, Leaguers, your battle
:s Regular meeting of W. C. T. U. at ,
the Baptist church. song says "Onward, and don't desert ,

< '' Mrs. Thomas Brodwater will entertain your colors by failing to be in your II II .
the Junior Matrons. place tonight.


1)o Yesterday afternoon the Bachelor regular monthly conference of) WORLD FILM CORPORATION A Constant Reminder U
Girls were delightfully entertained by I the Methodist church' which was held Q A 1
Miss Alma DeLaney. In addition to
i evening
was encouraging. presentsCARLOTTA
the very of friendship recorded in a link of precious metal. Limited
regular members of the club there All of the officers presented excellent only
were a number of visitors who enjoyed I I reports for the past month.s"ork.. DE FELICEin I in number to the friends you have; each link is a complete braceletin to
Miss DeLaney's hospitality for I ll itself, and costs but 25 cents, engraved free. A
> There was a good attendance at the one of the melodramas
the afternoon these guests being !meeting and everybody was inspired greatest Give and receive one in return. .

Mesdames Gordon Wright, Irvin to make the coming month one of the ever staged.
Dunn, Thos. Brodwater, and Miss best in the history of the church.0 ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.3ESZZ3ES 1 : 1
Freddie Scott. "MONEY"By 1
The club members present who took IJ
115P' W.'s OF CHRISTIAN James Keane.
part in the afternoon's games were CHURCHIEET.. !! 3O : =!

Mesdames Lewis Hewett and V. II. The ladies of the Christian church An exceptional production in A

Green, Misses Ida Green, Jean Per held their meeting at the home ol f FIVE GREAT ACTS If quality for a low price is an object :
son, Lillian Smith, and Elizabeth Mrs. Winebrenner yesterday after- our wall papers will win your favor.

Brsnnam. noon. ,v l For the next 30 days we will offer for i. 1
After an interesting afternoon'sgame Yv r it sale 5000 rolls of Wall' Paper
There was a good attendance and from Ic. to 5c. '
roll. Now
per is the 4
the A
guest prize, two dainty work was planned for the future. time to buy, and do your papering .
10 cents
20 cents
handkerchiefs, were awarded to Mrs. The next meeting will be with Mrs when you get ready. AWe

Irvin Dunn. The club prize went to : Parrish, at 501 South West street, on also carry a full line of High. J
Miss: Jean Person. Wednesday, August 18th. Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes. \ i
The hostess was assisted in serv- We invite you to call and inspect 4
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ing a delicious salad course by her CONCORD PARK LADIES'AID Tomorrow: "Chimmie Fadden," our stock. 3r

sister, Mrs. A. T. Carter. MEETING.The =
Vases of delicate pink and white featuring Victor Moore, the man V
Concord Park Ladies' Aid Society *
Orlando Paint & Wall Co
Paper |
rosebuds were used effectively in decorating met with Mrs. A. Morey Tues- that made the world laugh in i

the rooms where the tables day afternoon, several being present. 205 S. Orange Avenue t i
were arranged. "45 minutes from Broadway "
Good progress has bean made and COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
J4 PHPH Miss Elizabeth Branham will entertain the society is ready now for reaj and ,.
the club next Wednesday.TO work. Next meeting will be August 1

CHRISTIAN--0.- 17th. "Snobs"I .iMMIMinHMIIIIMiliiMIIIHiailHIMItOiMMMMThe A 1

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our state convention in April, INTEREST.Mr. New Ice Company ; J
where I was elected secretary of the .
and Mrs. Rex. Daniels left Or-
State Union, I have been trying to I 1
lardo yesterday morning in their au- PHONE 675
get in touch with all Endeavorers and
tcmobile for Daytona Beach where
others who are interested in our work.I 1
they expect to spend the next few .
shall be very glad to give any week enjoying the bathing, fishing. Delivery Daily
information or render any service pos I
and listening to the murmurings oftt.e
sible. If there is no society in your
sad sea waves.
O 'iv town or church, I shall appreciate the -0- Wait for We think f
opportunity of helping to I our wagon.
you organ- Dr. Sylvan McElroy, of Orlando, ROOf GARDfN'TODAY
ize one, and I stand to in
ready help, was a week-end guest in the city, you win like our ice. 1
societies .
any way now existing.I
coming to see his wife and little son
will greatly appreciate your who are visiting Mrs. McElroy's par- )
hearty co-operation. Please write
me ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier.
of the work in your section, gviing Tampa Times. The New Ice j
H names of societies, those to address -- Company j jMflMUMMMtlMIIIIIMMMMIMMMIIilMilMMIMi

where societies may be organized, and i;
Miss Esther Ley, accompanied by
all information which 1
may be helpful.I her little nephew, Master Thomas Ley "WHO PAYS"
wish to get acquainted with all of Alexander left 1
yesterday for Tampa
our workers, though they may not be where she will spend some days as Feturing Ruth Roland and

connected with a society at present. the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. F. Al I M 1111111II1111 M IIIIIIIIM IIII1111IIII111IIIII. | 11I j i
Y. .
Henry King.Featuring
Please address Ruth Coffin State
exander. ,'I.

o; Secretary Union, Johnstown Florida,Christian Florida. Endeavor -0- Ruth Roland and

: I Mrs. W. J. Swearingen is spending life in twelve powerful dramas. : J

MISS ALICE PAGE several days at Loughman as the I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;
WEDDED. guest of Mrs. S. R. Fields. Mrs. 1st, The "Price of Fame" in 3 : :1
Swearingen will return to her home in 1
London, 4. Miss :
Aug. Katherine
this city the last of the week. parts. .
Alice Page, daughter of the American 1
ambassador and Mrs. Walter r J.i
CC Mr. James M. Vaughan, of St. Augustine .i
Hines Page, was married this afternoon THE POLICE DOG GETS PIF- : /
enjoying a visit with his Av
at the Chapel Royal, St. James At
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vaughan, FLES IN BAD
Palace, to Charles
Greely Loring, son
lof Concord Park.
of General Charles Loring, of Bos Cartoon Comedy by J. R. Bray. : CURTIS & O'NEAL !
ton. The
ceremony was performedby
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater will entertain a
Bishop Boyd-Carpenter, subdeanof .
CJ the Junior Matrons Friday after .
Westminster Abbey, assisted by noon. Pair of Ladies' Silk Gloves : Insurance
the Rev. Edgar D. Sheppard, sub-dean Real Estate i i

of the Chapel Royal. The bride was Father Joseph, who has been in Orlando given away at 9 o'clock tonight. :

given away by her father. Her for some weeks, in charge of .. Rentals l

brother, Frank Page, was Mr. Lor- St. James Catholic.church, during the .

ing's best man. absence of Father M. Fox, who is tak- The One-Price Theater :

The wedding was very simple because ing a well earned vacation, left yesterday
the ambassador's desiredto
family afternoon for Long Island .
avoid anything resembling a social where he will be stationed. Father .

H function while the war is in progress. Benedict, of St. Leo, arrived yesterday 10 cents 5 cents :
and relieved Father .
p=iu i tCJ Miss Page is a relative of Mr. and .. ESTABLISHED 1886.
Mrs. Chas. Lord, of Orlando. Guests registering at the San Juan <

-u- hotel'! yesterday included Chas. R. Jordan Saturday night, "The Pardon," :

GOLF TOURNAMENT D. V. Wilder, T. 0. Rouse, Leo
3 reels feature. :
THIS AFTERNOON. Tyler, John R. Porter, H. Pierce, W. a .

Another week has rolled around and V. Norris, Jr., Jacksonville; J. L. .IIMMIiMMIilMIMIIMMIIMIIMIIMMMIIilHIlIt

with the coming of the Thursday half Sumner, Atlanta; L. K. Edwards, Irvine

holiday the golfers of the city will at Fla.; W. E. McArthur, Mont-

2 o'clock invade the Country Club brook; R. E. Waterman, Winter Gar

grounds and spend the afternoon enjoying den; O. J. Somers, New York; J. E.

the sixth of the series of golf Lynes, Boston; J. L. Lawrence,
Melts in Your Mouth
tournaments which has done so much Tampa.TO .
toward making the summer months

C pass pleasantly.The THE HUSBAND WIFE, AND
handicaps of the members follow CHILDREN OF ANY ORLANDO

: Yearby, 10; Dolive, 10; McNeil, We FAMILY take :pleasure in announcing DAILY BULLETINPEACH

14; Dann, 14; Robinson, 14; S. K. motion picture play entitled, "Who
Guernsey; 14; J. L. Guernsey; 16; T. Pays?"-a serial in 12 installments,
II. Evans, 16; A. C. Hart, 16; S. Y. each installment of 3 reels completein
itself. This picture,
Way, 16; T. P. Warlow, 16; J. D. the Pathe Exchange, deals produced with the by VANILLA

Barnes, 20; J. P. Holbrook, 24; S. forsaken wife, the neglected child, SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL
Waters Howe, 26; J. E. Windham, 26; and the ambitious "outh-a great so-
J. L. Giles, 26 W. C. ciological study of real life and human PINEAPPLE
; Essington, 30;
II nature. Lemon Ice Grape Ice
I L. B. Giles, 30; A. Haden, 30; A. L. To see this play is an education. PISTACHIO ,

Cole, 30; W. S. Branch, Jr., 30. The First installment Thursday, Aug. 5. CHERRY
committee urges a good attendance. You are incited, to the theatre by CARAMEL
"'C EPWORTH LEAGUE GARDEN, Theatre Management.Favorite.
ELECTS OFFICERS TONIGHT.This We deliver from one quart upHand's

baJ evening at the Methodist
Q) the Epworth League will hold ....

..w.wrJ I its annual election of officers. At this

time the final reports of the outgoing
.2 ctf officers will be submitted and severalnew TODAY'S PROGRAM -

0 J3 members will be admitted to Majestic. 'The Fencing Master." A Pure Ice CreamPhone

CO membership.The drama, in two reels, featuring Thomas

) : officers of the League request Thanhouser.Jefferson. "In Danger's Hour."

Q ci that all members be sure to come out Keystone Comedy. "Gussle's Wayward 566 and 6667"
to this meeting as it is the most important Path. Featuring Sid Chaplin.
of the entire Come out and see Charlie's Brother.
Four good reels. 1
At the cabinet meeting which was Five cents to all

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Constantinople The receipts of I
the Turkish governmental tobacco I INDICATED Tampa, Fla.-The taking of the Aug. 3.-One man FOR SALE
under the killed and three others seri-
Hillsborough was
county census were
monopoly for May, 1915, dropped to I
19,700,000 piasters. For the same I London, Aug. 3.-The Russian gov- direction of B. L. Blackburn, county ously injured in an explosion today in +--J

time in 1914 they were 24,600,000 pi- ;ernment's declaration that the reported enumerator, has been almost com- the experimental bomb proof depart-j
I and it is that in ment of the United States in
withdrawal of German forces from pleted, expected a j
asters. The war is held responsiblefor
Will offer for sale for few
the big drop. l!the west for the campaign in the east few days all the lists will be in with Frankford.The a days

"creates favorable conditions for active the exception of one precinct within man killed was named Har- I
the Orange Avenue
; operations by our allies there," is the city limits of Tampa, where there kins, a civilian.' The injured are M. 0 property corner ,

I characterized by the Times as "a has been some delay, owing to the Frusco and Arthur Lumlest, soldiers, i
Jackson and Boone Streets known
ANNUAL MOUNTAIN AND SEASHORE somewhat unusual official statement" great percentage of foreign born per- who were seriously hurt. George I I ,

I The Times declares this indicates sons. The deputy enumerators have Brown, a civil engineer, was slightly i I the skating rink property for $26,000.
met with little trouble in the collec-hurt. i
"that there must be some lack of coordination -I I
between the responsible i tion of the figures, and where there I It is understood experiments were '
$2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
ExcursionYIA military authorities in the east and was any it was usually immediately' ,being made with a high power explosive year

S west, if the publication of such offi- removed by an explanation of reasons I shell. and interest at six per cent.

cial statements really is necessary. for the census. I The army officer in charge was

The newspaper makes this the text The figures will not be given out : Captain A. C. Wilhelm, who is about I

for again urging "the imperative necessity when completed by special instruction !to resign his command in the army to

VIA for closer co-ordination be- from State Commissioner W. A. Mc- I I take charge of a private arms manu

tween operations." Rea, who wishes to get those of the I facturing plant. I II C A. HOVEYThe

Coast LineStandard The Times insists that the main entire state properly listed and enumerated I !

German forces still are in the west before the results are made I BANK CASHIER A SUICIDE I

and that recent operations in the east public. I! --- !

Railroad of the South were undertaken largely' by Austrian I I St. Louis, Aug. .-Frank Johnson, '

armies. PLAN ADVISORY BODIES ': assistant cashier of the Mercantile ;

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National Bank of Louis
Round trip rates from I I St commit-

ORLANDO Suggestions of Peace Discernible in St. Augustine, Fla.-The appointment .I I ted suicide by shooting himself in the 1- "'

in the future of advis- :head last night. The body found
I near an was arket
Washington, D. C. ______$22.00 Anniversary Declarations
Norfolk, Va. ___________ 20.00 I Rome, Italy, Aug. Discussing ory board by the new city commis- early today by a night watchman.
sion to be the water works boardof Johnson had been in bad health. He
Richmond, Va__________ 20.00 the and statements
many messages five members and the other had been assistant cashier since thebank's
Baltimore, Md__________ 24.00 issued on the first anniversary of the o OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
finance and taxation board of eight organization, six years ago.
Round Trip Rates from war, the Oservatore Romano, official members, is anticipated with much I FRESH AND SALT MEATS

JACKSONVILLE'Vilmington organ of the Vatican, says: interest. It is provided in the new : CROPS BLIGHTED IN GERMANY Kept under the best sanitary condition

N. C. ______$12.00 "Reading these foreign messageswe charter that the commission may ap- Amsterdam.-Reports reaching here Everything screened away from the flies, and kept trtah ,

Winston-Salem, N. C. ___ 14.00 are pleased to note that the lan- point such advisory boards when from Germany declare that much of and pare.

Hot Springs, Va________ 18.50 guage adopted has been modified in needed. It will take these mattersup Germany's expected large crop has We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Roanoke, Va ___________ 16.25 tone so that in a sense it is more pa- it is stated, and has already been blighted by drought and the only everything in the Meat Line.
humane. In of inexorable
Chattanooga, Tenn _____ 13.80 cific, or more place passed the necessary ordinances. good crop is that of potatoes.

Monteagle, Tenn _______ 15.05 war cries and proposals to EC. JVC. Self & Co.
annihilate the enemy there begins to ---- ------
Mammoth Cave, Ky_____ 17.95
Warm Springs, Ga. _____ 9.00 be substituted a more humane accent. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
!' Although circumscribed, we see in
Tickets Sold 11 Limit
the of discussion
{this possibility a .
August 29. i,leading to peace. It is a most com- -

For Information Call on o:forting yet. sign although very weak as ARE YOUR CHILDREN{ LEARNING MUSIC? ,

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. 1! -
W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. 1 I' Germany Substituting Flax for j These vacation days should be used to interest the
Orlando I Cotton children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnislj .
Rotterdam, Holland.-The Germansare
everything in music and musical instruments. Music re-
flax substitute
already using as a

'for cotton in some munitions facto- fines, elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous
Get Behind a
ries and all munitions factories are duties of life.

being remodelled for this

CW'ellWfmvaDd says a Courant dispatch from Berlin. \V. S. BRANCH,

I all stocks of cotton V7aM4
enjoy a really cool. dry. tweet I An inventory of THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
smoke. The Wellington Pipe won't and of other textiles throughout Ger-

boil wont get foul many, the dispatch adds, began :Monday : Ym11WTMI WUF M / '

MaJ. I. and will contniue for ten days.
Am.rieaCane SKATING
D.Dd All cotton and articles made from cot- RINK

pick yuuf ton, even underclothnig and shirts,
25e,35n Oc.sa ? must be listed.
i I
the Man or Woman who
TAI Another British Steamer Sunk
L- I London, Aug. .-The British steamier *"Now if I only had a I"YOU RACES WEDNESDAY NIGHT

I Ranza, has been sunk. The cap- know how fast the dates grow old on your ought-to-be-antwered letters.
o tain and eleven members of the crew n you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it it usually a
All: been landed of the Spanish"Manana"tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which August 4th
Say of twenty-four
makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving. It it not a large
.safely. Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.It .
I is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres- Speed Races Barrel Race
You want to see this new o DERAILED TRAIN BLOCKS MAIN pondence. And its price is only 550.00. Here at last is the high-dais, home ,
i machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.Don't .
package Spider is introducing to STREETSThe it Potato RaceADMISSION
pen it-type

the market-its the swellest turning over of a rail under a EVERY phaseofmodernufehasIts busl- ink Marathon to a type-clicking hnndred-
i .In writingr.especiallr.it pays yard- ash. And cleanly typed pages score
thing out in the of little freight car of an Atlantic Coast Line to be business-like. Maybe you are secretary with the"prof." 1O CENTS
way railroad train between Franklin street of a club,lodge or society. Take the Ministers authors and newspaper men
I cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right' word" fairly flies to
Cigars. and the Hillsborough river bridge last ap a chair. In a jiffy you can type the notices their finger tips when they Mm t on an easy-
I of meetings' or records of minute.or running typewriterlike the Remington
night at 10 o'clock blocked traffic on letters. Its clean clear typewritten work Junior. .
See him at the has the"hundred-dollar"look. And do not overlook the Important business
for almost -
Franklin and Tampa streets If you are a committee chairman type advantage of making carbon copiesof
I hour. your reports on the Remington Junior. everything you write. You need never
an They will race through the machine to the say."I don't remember what I wrote." ORLANDO ROOFING
The train was made up of so many merry music of the type. With no extra effort.the Remington Junior
Students In high school and college can will !give you neat clear-cut duplicates
Good and Bad cars that the engine headed east was change"paper"writing from the pen-and- whenever you wish. ANL i

between Franklin street and Florida
Something New in TypewriterstheRemingtonJUNIOR
avenue when the accident occurred.The SHEET METAL CO.

Cigar StoreOrange rear of the train had not left the-

bridge. '

AvenueBargain The block was finally cleared by Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
the us of another engine attached to

------ -- tile rear of the train. The turningover and Rubber Roofings
the 'I"U13 compact machine i*not tqnlritxu with IS 00 down and the ante amount each>OntJ!.
of the rail placed several of .
1 theattachmenunece iar7totheSluuOOrU>m.Ingtoa adding 15.00 only totheparcha.eprice. ,
bamnew tF "' Keminirton Here l.your Brut opportunity to buy.an abwv-
cars on the ground. No one was injured Junior!.(imply a 1n11y.eYutpped home-letter' lately lint-grade personal typewriterat Cornices Skylights .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
low Wale for dvacnpti
writing and manniicnpting machine. iortberw a price today
and the damage to the rolling yalimfvetoed von will find it* everjday UK nnIt U'lklet. boat wait Investigate now. .
It yon have immediate writing to do.end vmC ,
stock was said to be slight.Tampa occupies little pare on fOUr deck. It 1. .UO la cash check: or money order and we will
light You can eb more Itf rem pltopl end yon the Kemington Junior at once. Then Works: 14 E. Church St. e : ORLANDO
Tribune. You will find it*end tlmMavlng innnrtmentfor you can eee for yourself bow noon yon learn to
yonnolf and other member or/our family write rapidly. If you wind to return it after 19
woo hate writing to do. Yon will find it aneieellent dan*trial.icamaydoso. W e will refund jour t
educator for your children. Iu TO.1...the ccwt of trannpoif atton.Kemeoiber .
RABBLE IN BERLIN THREATENS The Remington tithe home typewriter ,the KeminKVon Junior I*a gwnu-
JOB hare been waiting fnr Our.term.are t:A.00MA. Inc, durable heminmon CJJ".ntf'r-.mUia
YANKS t .Of It TOO prefer the Eae,Payment plan the ironclad Kemingtou Uunrante

Remington Typewriter Companyttamrpat..a i M
Zurich, Switzerland. American ,
[ )
travelers arriving here today from 226 West Bay Street ;

I Berlin report that there were serious I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
New house, 8 rooms and bath. anti-American disturbances in the :; KU im tie attached COIl/'.. p4 adarew WATCH THIS SPACE)

German capital on Tuesday and .Mal. today. 4bep yp6T -
Location perfect, 4 blocks from 1III == ---- ==
Wednesday of this week. A large )i.r11\A\ Mr. Automobile Man

center of city, east side. crowd of students gathered in frontof TJpemt< the American embassy and hooted 4t' yIId th'
nitoGhere.n.hs' J.oD1,,.w ieodt'
For quick sale $3000. Cash or sum vio
and yelled until they were dispersedby j e1'1 or Tnt' i te. u fobsrkrts&dttiaa&I;
,e 1 eh _
ne. J.1 \0
terms. a force of police. _d.O. lD.hi eal"b-"
$) .. 1lIf
elers The, requested police, according Americans to the in Berlinto trav- goQO,1 iA 1D0Il&i III'I1'd' .e..pa11O"lI {1I&or tau ae-eripUOIl.-.. \be Orlando Top & Trimming Co. 1

refrain from wearing the Stars and 9 JPC.ri\eZ. Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE Mgr.rMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMM .

Stripes as badegs or scarf pins, the fI.i

sight of which, they say, irritates the
Germans and often exposes the wear- I

ers to insults and molestation.' i
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WANTSThe B. ROBINSON.I II I Worthington Blackmail -1

Morning Sentinel Want 4 West Pine Sreet 617 y
Directory is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 Room 14, Yowell-Duckworth :

Terms Cash in Advance. Building -j

Cement, Aptite Plaster and Lime RATES

For One Day ____________25t
For Three Days ___________50c DAVIS
For Six Days _______________75c & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW 1
1 For One Month ____________$ .50 FRANK SMITHATIORNEYATLA'V
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad contains ;
more than 25 words the rate
I will be one cent per word for Phone
Phone 172 72
I each additional word, for each in-
#1: rr tw.raA I Room 5, Watkins Block 1
you can't bring your ad to Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block ;
the office telephone No. 24. Act -
II I,t t counts opened by telephone will be
I payable' the following day.

X f: 3'Y"1 ,I'' Every Home--Every Business- J. M. CHENEYA Victor Starbuck
Every Man has use for a
: .- I I Sentinel Want Ad.
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I Phone 87 161

SALE-Hupmobile roadster; Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla.
first class condition. See the car f
I'before ;you buy, or call on the under- Bldg.
/ signed at Dickson & Ives. T. L.Ham- j J
mond, grocery department. i
Pair nice mare mules in good condition -
suitable for farm or heavy haul- and CONTRACTORPhone j
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
--- I P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
Co., Orlando, Florida. 717tfcFOR Phone 716 37 I

Sunshine Starts the Day With Smile I Ij j
Mary a QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
mile from limits j
one quarter city ;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Bldg
Knowing that she does not have to struggle with coal or wood fire she can steal that extra poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
half hour in bed which she so much enjoys. She goes down to a cool kitchen, strikes a 6-9-tf L. Percival Hutton
match and the breakfast is cooking. The breakfast is prepared and eaten in cool comfort
because there is no overheated range to make a furnace of the home. FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOne SURVEYINGPlating 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. -;
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Her baking is done in a convenient, clean oven which she can keep at the right temperature of the best trucking and fruit and Sub-Dividing I ARCHITECT

which is never too hot and never too cold. She can cook a whole meal with one flame. And then farms in Prosper Colony, consistingof I McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando
the dish washing is so easily accomplished. She has plenty of hot water on tap, although you may won- 25 acres; 9 acres in cultivation; all PROMPT AND ACCURATE ,
der where she gets it as there is no kitchen fire, no fire in the furnace. under fence. Will' be sold at a sacri- Florida. 1 j
fice for cash, if sold in 30 days. A WORK jJ
The secret of all this convenience and comfort for Mary Sunshine is that she uses Gas for I good crop will go with the place. A jj
fuel. She has a Cabinet Gas Range, a Gas Water Heater and a Gas Iron. She knows that true home com good six room house and good out- HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A. j
'.. fort comes from the use of Gas and at the end of the month her household accounts balance on the buildings. In sight of depot, church
right side for Gas is the most economical of fuels. and school. The place will bear in- Engineer t
spection. For particulars, address
Watch Mary Sunshine. She will tell you more about this wonderful household convenience. Box 57, Taft, Fla. 7-24-12t '
47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla. 1

RENT-Furnished and unfur- 1j i
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. Phone 72
Knox. 7-9-tf

WANTED Paul V. HutchinsAttorney
,. Ao 1914 or 1915 model, preferred. and Counsellor at Law !
Would consider other cars. For a ORLANDO, FLORIDA I ]
good car I will give a lot 50x300 fac- TL FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES \
\. ing the Gulf of Mexico on the little Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF I IOTTICAI ]!
Gasparilla Island, Boca Grande, Flor- .
111111111111111111111111111111111111111'111111111111111111 lilllMIMMMttM. ida; the best resort and finest fishing REpAunro j
in the state. If necessary will pay f
difference. Address Auto, Box 321,

H SOUTH 4POPK4 CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ Orlando BUYERS, Fla. AND SELLERS 7-30-6tc,Harness j Repairing Makingand Cut Flowers j

I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., and Plants
over 30 years. Hare handled over All kinds of leather repairing, suchas

OCOEE FLORIDAAll 20000000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Floral Designs V
Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket

Umbrellas recovered and repaired Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
"while you wait," at Young's Repair get your scissors sharpened. .
Shop. 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc West Church Street, in Hopkins
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- Shoe Shop. ..Violet Dell Florist. .

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest To by reduce the our 15th stock, will as give much a discountof as possible W. A. BOSTON ja j

25 per cent. off our regular cash T-20-12t J. M. CARUTHERS l
.. .. .. .. price on any goods in store Ham-
pees .. .. .. .. mond & Gore. 6-5-tf Phone 509. 408 South Lake SL :

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll J

State of Florida, work guaranteed and neat-
The rainy season is the best time to set County of Orange.The ly done. Our work is the best "

land. Trees will partnership heretofore existing and our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASS
trees on high set now keepone between George K. Ewing and Ben E. :
Ewing, trading and doing business This is the place to have your PHONE 375WestJefferson
in advance
year's growth of trees set under the firm name and style of old clothes made new.
fall. B. E. Ewing & Co., is this day mu- Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Street s
tually dissolved. The said Ben E.
Ewing assumes all debts, liabilitiesand dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit successor to ti
demands of the said B. E. Ewing pressed _____________40c.
& Co. All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Hand Wood Company I

Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest i j This 26th day of July. K., 1915.G. EWING.. pressed ____________50c J

I 8-4-4t B. E. EWING. Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Wood of AIIKIndsPROMPT J
prices to the above address r I We do ladies' work also. Giveus a
FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn a trial and be convinced. SERVICE
f swings, and all kinds of carpenter ...
Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE :
work, go to Tracy & Moore 18 East
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I r At the Exposition J. C. Otey i is spending today in

Jacksonville, having gone to that city PAY YOUR BILLSBEFORE L
and anywhere else in the United States-the safest way to carry yesterday to look after business mat-
i "travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They are
accepted like currency at hotels ticket offices,and the best stores and ii i- ters.
shops. Jast countersign' a cheque and pay ycur till. Issued in :
" i sic $:0. $SQ and $100. rABACheque Mrs. Carey Hand left yesterday afternoon THE 10th TOAllen ..,
" over the Atlantic Coast Line
for Greensburg, Ind., to visit her & o
Company Gordon's Bakery.
: [ mother Mrs. Alice Reybolt. W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
'r e'L American Bankers Associdio J Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
. k Who Pays? Thursday night, Roof City Drug Store Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
Garden. 8-1-4tc Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.Young's .
J. L. Feinberg, :Men's: Furnishings.
Repair Shop, Bicycles etc.
i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hess and two
. t KE" / Good and Bad Stores
t Cigar Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.Store. .
-A.B.A. a.- children left yesterday for Murphy, and Arcade
k oarpIrJ...,he avenue building. .
l0 tt 9 Mt. Eryoelfwn GroordiV N. C., where they will spend several I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
weeks in the mountains.Mr. 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.
T. B. Gillespie, who has beenin T. P. Robinson Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.
Arcadia for several days in the interest Our Grocery Company.

company of, returned the Copeland-Inglis to Orlando Brick last They will give you back 2 cents in Savings

night. Checks for every dollar you spend with themin

Who Pays? Thursday night Roof cash or if you pay your bill by the 10th of

1 1f Garden. S-l-ltc I the month, therefore

Mr. Robert Holland, former
a popular
".. I L I Orlandoite, but now making his Ask for SAVINGS CHECKS I IFOB
home in Jacksonville where he is state

. agent for the Overland car, was a
. visitor yesterday.Mr. .
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I. W. Phillips returned yesterday -
afternoon from Atlanta, Ga., ...
where he had been in the interests of DEPOSIT N : } FOB DEPOSIT ''_
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you spend $10 a week you save Oet4N Do Q(NDO '
" $10 a year by asking for savings

The State Bank of Orlando checks. 8-1-tf
f. Miss Willie Dean daughter of Mr. Then don't keep them at home but deposit

, and :Mrs. W. :M. Dean, returned yesterday them at once so they will earn 4 per cent in- .

i, ; afternoon from a delightful' for in the Savings of the
visit to relatives and friends in Georgia terest you Department

and North Carolina.

rt t I Garden.Who Pays? Thursday night 8-l-4tc Roof Peoples National Bank

Mr. A. C. Hamrick, Southern man-
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spending a few days in the city with
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f Buy Now! his sister Mrs. J. E. Crook left this
morning for Orlando.-Ocala Star.
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, Messrs. G. M. and E. C. Dobbins, of PACKARD Wins Grand \

I" Armstrong Springs, Ark., are among
the recent arrivals in this city. Theyare
here on a prospecting expedition,
! "ELDER"Spring and so far are very much pleased with Prize at San FranciscoThe

E t things in general in this section.If

you spend $10 a week you save
$10 a year by asking for savings only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-
checks. 8-1-tf 0
J Water ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -

Mr. H. L. Marshall, of San Antonio, were both awarded to PACKARD.

r Texas, arrived in Orlando yesterdayand It is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-

contemplates spending several ties of permanent success that are back of the new
, Is standard for days in this vicinity. He spends his
a winters in Daytona and contemplates
aids going to that city early in the fall.
purity, digestion Packard Twin-Six

and eliminates The residence of Mrs. T. H. Barlow,
on Garland street, is being thoroughly -
remodelled Contractor H. S.
I acidity.This :: :: by
Murray. Another story will be added c
and the entire building will be made
r being accomplished a world of sickness thoroughly modern in every respect.If jj
r is saved. Nature provided Spring Water San Juan Garage Company

t and Spring Water alone for mankind and you spend $10 a week you save
$10 a year by asking for savings ;
t nothing can take its place.' checks. 8-1-t Orlando-Daytona

BEGINJ NOW Mr. J. H. Rafferty traveling pas- DISTRIBUTORS
senger agent of the Georgia Southernand
r Florida railway, with headquarters -
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Elder Spring Water Co. Orlando popular yesterday.A. transportation. men visiting " " tit II '" Mill

ORLANDO, FLORIDA B. Cook & Co., No. 30 Watkins :: : : I
Phone opportunities Block, make and a specialty income investments.of business j li Who Will Be Your Executor?
: WRIGHTg444Btiiiimiimiiii
If you have a paying business or
property yielding a regular income
for sale describe same fully and write ANSWER N0.2
the company. Relations confidential.
8-5-Ctd-ltw Your estate may be materially impaired as a
direct result of the appointment of an executoror pfr 'c I
If you spend $10 a week you save trustee.
"M- CIIIIMH I $10 a year by asking for savings
checks. 8-1-tf When an individual is appointedThe :-

is generally weaker.It .
financial responsibility '
Mr. Jas. E.
Lynes, of the wholesale
fruit and produce house of Sweeney- is usually' provided in wills that the person
Lynes company, Boston, Mass., arrived nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
in Orlando yesterday and expects from giving bonds.

AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs to spend several days in this When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- a
section looking after his interests. pense of the estate, and then only partial secu-
While in Orlando Mr. Lynes, as usual,
loss is provided.
is making his home at the San Juan rity against s f
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis hotel. When a Trust Company is selected-

a certain period in the lives of most of us when our The positive advantage of strong financial re-

dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with Who Pays? Thursday night, Roof sponsibility is secured.A .
Diamonds.A Garden. 8-l-4t bond which has behind it the entire financial
strength of the Institution is always filed with i
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of Upon the arrival of the Coast Line the Probate Court at no cost to the estate.
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. train in Orlando yesterday afternoon
No. 3 will in a subsequent issue 7
Answer appear
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? conveying the remains of Mrs. Mathews this
to Tampa, a number of friends of newspaper.
were at the depot to offer condolenceto
Mr. Mathews and daughter, Mrs Come in any time and freely ask for further
; Roy Householder, who were accompanying i'v" information on this vitally important subject.
:.1 the body to that city. Se,-I i X You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
T. : eral beautiful floral wreaths wee !I t glad to advise.
H.JEVANS; J' placed on the casket by sorrowing;:

friends. -: i The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

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OSTEOPATHS 'I Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still ,
at Kirksville Mo.
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