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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 6, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINEL






rYQLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1915. NUMBER 151.;






', GERMAN FLAG FLYING OVER WARSAW;






REPUBLICS CONFER ON MEXICO'S FUTURE




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STORMED BY BAVARIAN TROOPS CONFERENCE AT STATE DEPARTMENT MAKES DEFINITE
FINAL DEFENSES I

AFTER PRINCE LEOI'OLDLED AMONG PROGRESS IN PLANNING FOR BRINGING :MEXICAN
THIRTY-SIX HOURS ; PANIC ISBASEBALL CAUSED
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THEM AGAINST OUTER FORTS OF FACTIONS TOGETHER-POWER OF LATIN

THE POLISH CAPITAL DELEGATES ADVISORY ONLY



The Russian Army Is In Full Retreat To I YllliST AS 10,000 OfCARRANZA'S I Feared That Carranza Will Not ConsentTo



Brest And LitovskOther EliminationHis



MEN APPEAR Representatives Washington Call at Legations of Six Pow-
German and Austrian Armies Are Closing Up From the

and Inform Ambassadors That He Will Not Consentto
ers
North and South in An Effort to Cut Off the Retiring ,

the Appointment of Manuel Vanquez Tagleas
Receives Britain's
Russian
Washington
Corps- RESULTS FEAR FORCE WILL ATTACK
Provisional President of Mexico
Latest Note; New Phases Introduced RICH
TORREON, THEIR
National LeagueCincinnati

2-1, New York 5-2. EST CITY Washington, Aug. 5.-The first of the series of conferences: be-
London, Aug. 5.-The German flag flies over Warsaw tonight
, Chicago 4, Boston 3. tween the ambassadors and ministers of six leading Central and
after one of fighting.The .
year
St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 2. South American republics and officials of the state department
EARLY fAll Of TORRE ON PREDICTED ,
final defenses of the city were stormed this morning by Pittsburgh 1, Philadelphia 0.
to about Mexico this afternoonin
plans bring held
on peace was
the Bavarian troops, thirty-six hours after Prince Leopold led American League
the office of Secretary of State Lansing, and the next confer-
Louis 1-0.
them against the outer forts. New York 3-2 St. Twenty-six of the TwentysevenStates
will be held tomorrow afternoon.The .
The Russian army is in retreat to Brest and Litovsk, 120 miles Philadelphia 5-9 Detroit 11-8. of Republic Now in ence
Washington-Chicago, rain. conference today made definite progress. Approval was
eastward, with the Germans hard on its heels; while the other
Boston-Cleveland rain. Possession of Constitutionalists given the suggestion of this government that Carranzaz, Villa
German and Austrian armies are closing up from the north and Federal League
and Zapata, who are leaders of the active factions Mexico, be
south in an effort to cut off the retiring corps. Brooklyn 1, Chicago 3. I
I Baltimore 0, St. Louis 1. invited again to get together; in other words, that they be givenone

I El Paso, Tex., Aug. 5.-The arrivalat chance but it that the of this
State Department Receives Britain's I REVOLUTION IN PORTUGAL Buffalo-Pittsburgh wet grounds. more ; was emphasized success

Latest Note I All scheduled. noon today of Gen. Obregon with plan depends upon Carranza, as no difficulty is anticipated in get-
San
from
10,000 men at Monterey
Washington, Aug. 5. The receipt : Lisbon.-Sensational and alarming Southern League Luis Potosi created almost a panic ting the consent of the other leaders.

of Great Britain's latest note the reports are current in the capital that Little Rock 10-5, New Orleans 4-3.
... on 'among the Villa officials at Juarez. The conference tomorrow will be occupied with suggestions as

neutral commerce compelled the state :no less than three separate revolu- Memphis 5, Birmingham 2. I' The Carranza leader is within easy to the course to be followed in case this plan is rejected, or if it
tions are under in Portugal. Atlanta 8, Nashville 4.
department to revise the note it has way
striking distance of Torreon, the the desired .
had under preparation for some time Riots and assaults are occurring Mobile 2, Chattanooga 1. I. fails to accomplish purpose.NEKISSIMMEEORLANDO
largest city in Villa territory. In connection with the conference,
and to introduce Hn it several new daily. I. the
Carranza representatives along
points. NEBRASKA INDIANS WIN I border predicted the early fall of I these points were established:

The most important feature in the First: The diplomatic representatives J
Saltillo.
Torreon and
note is to be an exhaustive treatmentof ST. PETERSBURG FLOOD Gainesville Fla.-The Nebraska In-I I The Villa garrison of Torreon was of the Central and South American :

Great Britain's enforced embargoon dians defeated Gainesville yesterdayin to be in revolt BRICK HIGHW Y invited the j
reported Wednesday republics were to conference -
close by a score of 3 to 1. I
the Scandinavian countries and a game I'

Holland and a sharp demand that I DAMAGE Will BE This makes thirteen straight wins against With this Villa.point in their possession, I in an advisory capacity, it being -

American goods be permitted to pass for the redskins, and out of seventy- Carranza's adherents will control vir- NOVEMBEROSCEOLA the object of the United States to. 1"

without molestation to neutral ports. $10,000'VORK $ I eight games played since they left tually 26 of the 27 states of Mexico. obtain suggestions and approval by ,
!Nebraska they have lost but thirteen.
the principal republics of the Western 'I
\ Italian Statement. COMMISSIONERS 1
WINS PRIZE'CUP Hemisphere as to the course which
Rome, via Paris, Aug. 5.-The following OF REPAIRING DAMAGE NEWS OF TilE STATEAt CONTRACT FOR THREE the United States shall follow in future :'

statement was issued tonightat GOES FORWARD Hog creek, near Wauchula, a MILE STRETCH in Mexican affairs.It I

the headquarters of the Italian RAPIDLY section of the A. C. L. track seventyfeet New York.-The International Association is the view of the state department A.

general staff: long was washed away Mondayat of Display Men here have Road Will Be Nine Feet Wide, that any course which this government -

"Our heavy batteries directed an a point where there was a high awarded the association cup its chief I may be called upon to take
and
effective fire on the station of Borgoon Rain Still Continues to Fall- embankment, leaving the rails and prize for store window displays, to With Concrete Curbing, ,! with Mexico should not be permitted }

the railroad in Val Sugana, where Damage in the Outlying ties hanging above the breach.EASUANDINDICTMENTS. I the Johnstown, Pa., association. I Will Reach Orange I to develop friction between the United

there is an important freight traffic. Country Districts Is County Line I States and the Latin-American repub- j

"The enemy's losses in stubborn at- ConsiderableSt. lies, but on the contrary the situation J

tacks on :Mount Medeata, in Carnia ERIE DEAD MAY TOTAL 35 Kissimmee, Fla.-Kissimmee and may be made an opportunity for the

now are found to have been very Petersburg, Fla.-Gangs of men Orlando will be connected by a con- manifestation of a spirit of co-opera-
tinuous brick highway as soon as the
grave. under the direction of tion.
"On the Carso plateau the night of City EngineerJ. Grand Jury Investigation Pro- Anxious Crowds Surround Tem Alabama Paving company of Bir- Second: Participants in the con- I

the 3rd passed quietly. During the C. Spencer, worked all Tuesday and ceeds and It Is Said Num- porary Morgue-20 Victims mingham, Ala., has completed its con- ference will be given to understand

morning our artillery shelled masses Mast night repairing the damage done ber IndictmentsVill Identified, 15 More tract with the county to pave the I that the United States does not intend

of infantry observed near Marcottinoand : I by the floods which followed the un- Be Voted Known Lost three-mile stretch between this city I to evade its responsibility regarding jt

columns marching along the road precedented rainfall of Sunday night, and the Orange county line. The Mexico

from Rupa to Doberaro. Our troops undera county commissioners awarded the Third: The administration, at
but they were considerably handi- Chicago, Aug. 5.-Investigation of Erie, Pa.-Working in relays pres-
having resumed their advance, the scorching sun, police, firemen and contract for this work Monday on a ent at least, does not contemplate the A
Eastland disaster practically I
capped by frequent showers that fell the was nine-foot
bid of calling for a
left wing and center made slow prog- volunteers today continued the search' $28,000 employment of international militaryand
the state grand jury
during the day. As the waters receded concluded by brick road, concrete curbing a four-
ress, but on the right we confined our- in the masses of wreckage piled along naval forces Jn the event that it
stated
yesterday, and it was a num-
in lakes and creeks the extentof foot stretch of marl on each side, anda
selves to maintaining positions pre- ber of indictments will be voted. The Mill creek by Tuesday night's freshetfor becomes necessary to use force in restoring

viously conquered."The the damage could be determined. indictments, it is said, will charge the bodies still believed to be in grouting is expected of cement.It that work will be be- peace yi Mexico. The adviceof ,I
attempted vainly to recapture both the state and war department
enemy Engineer Spencer after a trip over manslaughter, criminal carelessnessand the debris.
ground held by us on Monte the entire city, said that the loss in conspiracy.The Anxious crowds moved from one gun in about ten days, the company officials is against this course.
Seibusi but was beaten off with heavy another the expecting to be able to finish the Or- Officials of the state departmenttake
the city proper would not be more federal grand jury examined a temporary morgue to as
lando road to the Osceola county line j
losses. than $10,000. In the county there will number of witnesses. Among those news spread that another body had the view that the obligations of
II- within that time. There is no time
1 ...- be big loss, due to washed out bridgesand called were Captain Nils Nelson, supervising been recovered. 2There still remain but the road is the United States require hat it .
limit in the contract .
APOLOGY TO ruins that have not shall proceed alone in case theVapj
NORWAY FOR THE caved in roads. inspector at Cleveland under great piles of "
SINKING OF STEAMER whose jurisdiction the Eastlandwas been explored. expected to be complete by Novem- cation of force is demanded, and 6flf3'

.ARRESTED FOR PULLING OFF A operated for >?ars, and Captain One body was recovered during the ber. !I cials of the war department are of

London.-A Reuter's dispatch from WILD AND WOOLLY F. L. Dority, former master of the night. Twenty victims of the disas- the opinion that from a military

Christiana says: WEST STUNT vessel. ter had been identified. At least fif- SENATOR NATHAN P. BRYAN I standpoint the task of pacifying Mex-

"Germany has informed Norwaythat I teen more were known to have been VISITS ORLANDO ico can be accomplished with less fric-

the sinking of the Norwegian Sheriff Gordon and his deputies THE WEATHERFor lost. tion if the military forces of the

steamer Minerva was due to unfortu- Orlando was honored yesterday bya United States alone were engaged.The .
have been on a still hunt for several
nate circumstances which led the com- On that vacation rememoer the 50 visit from United States Senator method which will be adopted
days for a colored man by the name Florida: Partly cloudy today;
I
Nathan P. Bryan, who was here for to induce Carranza, Villa, and Zapatato
mander of the submarine to believe of G. Capps wanted in Monticello probably showers; gentle to moderate cent library edition, and 10 cent paper
the vessel. was British. Germany hast Fla., by the authorities for pulling offa winds. i I novels. Curtis & O'Neal. the purpose of looking after his political meet and discuss plans for a settlement -
and fences. The senator evidently i i Mexico's affairs has apparentlY -
expressed deep regret a willing wild and woolly stunt. Capps'
spe- -
believes in making hay while the sun not yet been determined.
ness to pay damages. cialty was to locate in some town and
The Minerva was sunk late in May engage in repairing mattresses, etc., Tentative Plans For A White I shines, and is losing no time in calling Officials are not confident that Car-
duties
while on her way from Shields to and after and on the dear people, as his ranza will participate in any confer- A
becoming acquainted will soon call him to Washington, giv- ence which looks toward his elimina-
Christiana.The getting work which furnished the Will Be Submitted Today
crew was landed at Newcastle, wherewithal to get "bust head," Way )I ing his opponents the last opportunityof tion as the controlling factor in Mex

Eng. The Minerva was a vessel of would proceed to tank and on shelling the woods. The senator I, ico. They had a demonstration to- :
up go found time while here to pay the Sen- day of his disposition toward the
3,423 tons, and was owned by Jacobson the war path, riding up and down the Today the Orlando Water and Light|' Many other cities and towns North, but it
call hap
this when delegation
tinel of
appreciated views
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an government a
& Sons, of Christiana. South, East and West, which are in
streets blazing at houses -
away pedestrians will submit to the city commissioners !
company pened to be just at the noon hour, and I of his supporters called upon
and the other not nearly so progressivein
shooting town ways
up a tentative plan for the in- every one but the devil had desertedthe I each of the six: Latin-American dele-
POPE WILL INAUGURATE PEACECAMPAIGN so to speak and then skipping out to i spirit as Orlando are installing
craft. We found his card, how- and informed them that Car-
in
pastures new. stallation of a White Way system : systems of this kind, and in every in- I gates
ever, and regret not being "to home"when ranza is not willing to submit to the
Orlando. which has been noted there
Sheriff Gordon located his man in stance
I he called.FUNERAL I selection of Manuel Vanquez Tagle,
Rome, Aug. 5.-It is said the pope business on Division street and quietly I,I The proposition which is to be made seems to be a popular prejudice in .
I minister of justice in the Madero cabinet -
will launch a big peace campaign at l took him in tow and notified the I'will outline a plan for a system: which favor of such improvements.For .

the next consistory, which will be North Florida officials that their man I'will extend from Jackson street to I II a long time there has been talk OF THE LATE JACOB II i or any other of the officials of
I YESTERDAY the Madero regime, as pro.isionali
MAYER i
held the first part of September. In I was in the Orange county jail. I Washington along Orange avenue, of securing a White Way for this city.
of Mexico.
addition to the cardinals, bishops Yesterday Sheriff Kilpatrick, of ,and from the railroad on the west to I II Many citizens desire it. Nothing that i president

from all principal cities of Europe Jefferson county, arrived and carried Main street on the east side of the I could be done would appeal more to Yesterday morning at 9 o'clock the
I funeral of the late Jacob Mayer was I IS WOUNDED BY SHARK
will participate in this council, which Caps back to Monticello where he will :. I I the tourist population.

will issue an appeal to every belligerent doubtless be given: an opportunity to city.Lights would be placed on Church I I No one who has seen the beautiful i solemnizzed at St. James Catholic
I church. After requiem low mass the St. Augustine, Fla. M. F. Turnip-
nation. Poles all over the worldare aid in constructing the Dixie high Pine and Court streets and Central t effect of the White Way surrounding I.
seed of Albany, Ga., is in a local hospital -
preached by ,
funeral sermon was
flooding the Vatican with letters I way. :i avenue. This would give Orlando'sbusiness I II James L. Giles' magnificent residenceon
Benedict O. S. B. The follow- receiving surgical care for
Father ,
asking the pope to intervene in behalfof I district a complete and at- Lake Lucerne can fail to realize
Johnson i wounds inflicted by a shark, which at-
bearers: S. A. ,
their country.J. Among the Orlando people leaving tractive White Way system which the additional beauty which wouldbe ing were pall .
him while surf bathing.He .
Holland John tacked
Mack, Wm. ,
the value of added to our city should such a Peter
today for the North will be Harry ;would add materially to
Trott, W. L. Westcott, and J. B. Law- 1 was badly gashed about the left
E. Andrews leaves today for Chi Dickson, who will spend two weeks in the property included within the system be installed in the business ton. ,ileg by the shark. .,

cago where he will spend a month. New York city. White Way area. district. t



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TAFT ITEMS I he will enjoy(?) the arctic weather MAYOR WILL TURN OVER . " iMIIillMIIMIiilMMIMMtIMM*
ARCADE I for a few weeks when the frost and OFFICIAL KEYS TO BOY : '
Taft Fla., Aug. 4.With sadness !. snow will drive him and Mrs. Estes SCOUTS FOR A DAY. ,

we report the death of John Hill, one back to the sunny land of Florida. Other cities are interested in the Country Gentleman Corn
MILK of our oldest and highly respected cit- Another permanent resident of Taft Boy Scout movement. Marlboro, : : 0
: izens, who passed away last Wednesday arrived last night at the residnece of Massachusetts, Mayor Thomas H. ,
July 28th, at the age of 80 years J. F. Harrington via the stork route.A O'Halloran informed the Boy Scouts The finest corn in the market. :

and 6 months. I son weighing seven pounds. He is of the city at a recent rally that he i 20 cent cans for _15c "t .
DEPOT He leaves besides his wife, to mourn so nice that no appropriate name has will turn the keys of the mayor's of-
15 cent cans for ___________-----------------lOc .
their loss, two sons, Elmer of Jersey i been selected as yet. Mother and son fice over to some Scout for one day.
Shore, Pa.; and Jacob of Waterloo, are both doing nicely.A The Scouts are to choose from their .
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Iowa, and three daughters, Ida Irv- own members the boy who is to have Ginger Ale :
BUTTER MILK- ing of Jersey Shore, Pa., Naomi Betzer SAD LABOR CHAPTERThe this honor, and the boy so chosen will : 4-
of Corning, N. Y., and Mabel Jen- become acting mayor of Marlboro for
Fresh Every Day. son of Jacksonville, Fla. Also twenty saddest chapter of the great one day. Mayor O'Halloran believes The kind to drink in hot weather.

5c.25c.per glass gallon grandchildren and five .great-grand- Danbury hatters' strike is now being that this will create in the boys of 25 cent bottles _20c .

per children. written. Foreclosure under a court Marlboro a new pride in their city 15 cent bottles -lie
CREAM AND MILK A remarkable family record-51 decree to satisfy judgment for the government. 10 cent bottles _J1..8c!
BUTTER years of married life, five children, manufacturers against whom the
twenty grandchildren, and five great- workmen raised a boycott is now go- HUPMOBILE
Fresh Homemade grandchildren, and this is the first ing into effect, and many families who I Savings Checks ;

SANDWICHESPIES death in the family for that long had saved enough of their earnings to The reputation of an individual can ,
tJ time. Funeral was held on Thursday, buy their own homes are going to not survive by exaggerated state- .
i AND CAKES conducted by Rev. R. J. Brewer, and lose them to compensate their former II ments. The public soon learns the Pay your July account before the 10th of August, and : .

p f (burial by members of Post No. 37, employers who suffered heavy busi- truth. Neither can an automobile get the Savings Checks. :
G. A. R. (of which he was a member), ness losses because of an illegal use manufacturer build up the reputationof : .

i ARCADE MilK DEPOT according to ritual. of a strike weapon.It his car by overdrawn statementsin ..
F is true that a wrong should be advertising.On .
Mr. Hill was a veteran of the civil
punished, but it if the the other hand, strict adherence
seems as great Our :
f. Grocery Company
1 war, serving in the eleventh Pennsyl- labor organizations of national .to the truth inspires confidence.
vania volunteer infantry. He was severely scope Therefore, the simple statement of %
wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., who aided, and probably urged on,the the Hup Motor Car Company that: Two Phones: 3 and 200 ;
Danbury strike, should not leave the "We believe the Hupmobile is the best
losing the use of one hand.
When Greek penalty for the mistake to be borne car of its class in the world," carries 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.
He was among the first settlers of with it much weight. I j ;
alone by men and women who in
Prosper Colony, now Taft, and by his Ask the man who drives a Hup. .
many cases merely followed their Then ask J. P. Holbrook, the local
Meets GreekWas honest, sterling and upright conduct lilllllii I II ttlMIIMM MM =
leaders because they placed implicit representative, for a demonstration in
had the and admiration
won respect
the new 1916 model.
confidence in their wisdom.Fitchburg -- -
of the entire community who all joinin Sentinel.
sympathy for the bereaved family.
symbolic of an order fast A. B. Cook & Co. '
Umbrellas recovered and repaired PER
passing from the modern stageof Miss Romaine Richardson spent last "while you wait," at Young's Repair 25 DiscountFor
action. When gentleman week with the Ellison family, at Fine- Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. CENT
view cottage on Tanner lake, and
meets gentleman will supplantthe I
Miss Anna Ellison returned with her REAL ESTATE BANKA
old adage, and the one who to remain a few days. :I Dealers in Real Estate, Investments -

winsas the most perfect gentle II Dr. C. E. Filbert, of Winter Haven, I aged,Real is a Estate profitable Bank, institution.properly man-It I and Business Oppor- the benefit of our customers -

man will be the one who feels formerly of Taft and Pine Castle, was makes a class of small real estate tunities.
himself to be such. Your in town for a few days last week on loans not handled by the commercial I we will give a 25
personal business.Ice banks, and the security is always the _
appearance has a powerful hest. Why pay rent when the Real per cent cash discount on
effect on your consciousness. took a drop last Monday when Estate Bank will aid you in buying a REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS
the team drawing the delivery wagonran home? Loans are paid back in week'v all goods sold during the
away, scattering ice along the monthly or quarterly installments.
streets. No serious injury resulted.A First; mortgages and bonds are bought:: LOANS month of and
end sold. Income investments hrn- July August.
Orlando large gang of men is working I dled. It does the work of a buildingand MORTGAGES
under the direction of A. J. Richardson loan association and combines BANK STOCKS
his feature with investment banking.Mr. .
Steam cleaning and enlarging the diches -' Cook has an office in the Watkins TIMBER
Laundry so that now Taft is not "all under Block and is making arrangementsfor BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -
& GoreFUNERAL
water." No matter how much it rainsit I the operation of such an institu- Hammond
PHONE 88 tion. 8-5-2td-2tw OF ALL KINDS.
runs off in a short time. I

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wright autoed I -- DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
to Orlando Saturday evening and tookin I M 111111 M 11 Ml 11111 M M "III"I"IIII-II M I M
the movies.F. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.

M. O. Dovell W. Martin and W. F. Murray BREAKERS HOTELDAYTONA

boarded the train Monday for Win- BEACH, FLORIDAWell ,
ter Park, and J. II. Estes for Orlando.W. -
& Son F. Murray, of Battle Creek, screened no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. Sentinel Want Ad
Mich., is visiting with Frank Martin. Hot and Cold running water in every room I Trya I.
This is his first visit to Florida and LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH -

he is so favorably impressed with the Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to
climate and country that he will set- $10 per week, American, Plan.
i tie here in the near future. New Bath House Free to Guests
106 Grace Street We regret to say that Mrs. Eliza CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Sphaler, one of our highly esteemed MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop. j'

'I I;residents is moving her goods to Pine M 111111 M11 M B I M M 1111 M 1111111 M t M 11111 i 111 g>t,i
Phone 283-2 Rings Castle where she will reside. She wasa DIRECTOR
'I
,' very kind and accommodating .
I neighbor and admired by all for her AND EMBALMER
good qualities and amiable disposi- Where Shall I Go To School? .

Gasoline, Kerosene, LubricatingOils tion. Our loss is Pine Castle's gain.
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY
The L. A. S. win hold their regular
WOMEN
and Greases. Our wagonsare meeting at the parsonage on Thurs- Tallahassee Fla. Gainesville, Fla. All calls answered Promptly Dayor

always at your service. day at 2 p. m., and Saturday evening Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the Night. Hand Block.
from 4 to 8 o'clock will serve ice best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the
cream at the building next to Rizk country. North and East.
Bros.' store. Modern buildings and equipment; Orlando Florida.PHONE
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all modern 378 students last session. Total en-
Mr. C. Avery and wife, Mrs. M. J. conveniences. ,
437 students regular term; 163 rollment 630, including Summer
Thomas, and Mrs. Minnie Riley trans- summer term; total enrollment last School. 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,

M. O. Dovell acted business in Orlando Tuesday, session 636.Tuition I ..
; going up in Mr. Avery's car. Free in College and Nor- Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per
will leave mal School. I semester for law.
J. H. Estes Friday morn-
For Catalogue and information,
& Son ing via the A. C. L. for his northern For further information, addressA.
Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsOIIHHIHIIIMMIMIMIIMIIMHIIMM
home in Keene Valley, N. Y., where writeEDWARD CONRADI, President. A. MURPHREE, President.

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INTERNATIONAL OSTEOPATHIC NEW GERMAN SUBMARINE IS gun again the hatchway closes au- .:AN ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT
FOR
This 0
do CONVENTION PRACTICALLY A SUBMERGED tomatically above it, and the submarine -1 1 I I company is furnishing the
you Portland Ore., Aug. 5.-The annual CRUISER is ready to dive. I!i ALTAMONTE lumber for the new electric light power ,f

hope for in convention of the American Osteopathic "For attacking merchant vessels'!' house which is to furnish Alta-
a Association is in session here London.-That the latest German ,this 4-inch gun comes much cheaper jI i i The McXair Lumber company is monte with electric lights. H. L. !
varnish ? during the entire week. It is reallyan ,submarines are practically submerged I than torpedoes would and in some 1 I doing an immense amount of business I i Haight is back of the Altamonte
r' international instead of an Amer- (cruisers and carry guns which make ways it is more effective. A torpedo i in spite of the fact that the warm proposition and H. G. Walton for'J'J 1
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v ican congress as it is the official organization them fully as formidable in offensiveas I costs thousands of dollars and it may months are usually supposed to marka I merly of this city is the contractor aI
of all the practitioners of vessels of the latter class is the miss its mark. Scores of German decline in the building industry. J in charge of the work. '

this school in the world the physi- statement made by a leading English I torpedoes have done so. But a round j

SLAWON cians of Canada particularly being authority on naval matters. for a 4-inch gun costs little and if 1
members of it. About a thousand "When the war broke out" he said, the first shot fails a second can be 1J
..1' delegates are present from every/"Germany, like the other sea powers, sent quickly after it. i j

UiJTROVARNISHES state in the country and a few from had a certain number of submarinesthat "Besides this, the gun has a long Trees With j
Europe. The doctors have utilized carried guns. These however range. It fires a thirty-one pound Capital, Surplusand
the whole city the exercises opening were small weapons. The calibre of projectile with sufficient velocity to

with health sermons by osteopaths in the piece and the way in which it was penetrate ten inches of iron at close Undivided Profits
the pulpits of the churches Sunday mounted made it ineffective for such range, which means that the shell will

followed :Monday by public lectures in purposes as sinking a ship. Really carry a long way, and it is more dif- "
the opera house and technical lectures these submarine weapons whether ficult for a ship to escape from a sub-
When you buy varnish for your clinics and exhibits in the Hotel 'placed outside the boat or on a rising I marine thus armed than from one us-
floors you hope that it will improvethe Multnomah all the week. There were I I carriage were little more than ex- ing torpedoes only particularly so as "Just ordinary trees may be compared to a com-
appearance of those floors and exhibited for the first time in public I periments. the Germans have adopted for in pany with only its original capital. It has not
use
that it will be durable. been augmented by the profit of foresight or bus-
moving pictures of Dr. Andrew T. "Germany is much
now using larger their submarines a torpedo that hasa
Unfortunately much that is sold for iness acumen, nor diminished by dissipation lack
Still the founder of osteopathy show- submarines and these are armed short range but carries an unusually -
floor varnish won't realize that hope of thrift or"losses.
for you.Lawaon's. ing him still active in his 88th year with a 4-inch quick firing guns which powerful charge of explosive."
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish reviewing a procession of graduatesat bears about the same relation to the Evolution means something. There is daily an
has a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is the commencement exercises of the earlier submarine weapons that the improvement in the types of men, animals and
easily applied because it works easily. It SUCCESSFUL SHOPPERSThe
is unequalled for durability and will not college at Kirksville, Mo., the birthplace 17-inch howitzer does to the ordinaryfield plants. I
scratch white. It dnes
free in from five to seven absolutely hours and dust-gets of this school of practice. The pieces. most successful shoppers in Trees that have been brought from the lower
hard in twenty-four hours. convention was thrown into a scene of "In addition to introducing this big the world are inveterate readers of ordinary type to the higher types may be saiJ
As for economy. Lustro has a covering wildest enthusiasm when the moving into their submarines the Germans the to have j
capacity that i.wonderfuLTry I gun advertisements in their local accumulated a surplus. ;
likeness of the "Father of have mounted it in
ingenious
out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor Osteopa- I a very newspapers and their successes are Our trees the
by refinement of the of ,
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis thy" appeared the as I manner. Gun platform etc., process
factory. upon screen brought about mainly through the advance bud selection and by the perfection of our nur-
many delegates had never seen him are carried snugly inside the boat I information gleaned from the
sery practice have not only the capital and the
Made\ by Valentine & Co. and, owing to his advanced years this while she is cruising and the method j I advertisements. If a bargain is of- surplus but undivided profits which
Manufacturers of may be their only opportunity to see of bringing it into action is very quick .:fered at a store that advertises they share. you may

VALSPAR and such a vivid portrayal. I quick and efficient. Two men take I see it and rush forth to buy before it i SEND FOR OUR CATALOGthat
, Moving pictures of patients afflicted their seats on the elevator platform is gone and the price returns to nor-
VAL-ENAMEL with various nervous diseases beside the gun. A pull on a lever mal again. In this way they supply you may know these refining type betterment .
) taken for the purpose of demonstrating and the platform shoots up carryingthe most of their wants throughout the profiit-making qualities and how they
are imparted to the orange and grapefruit and '
differential diagnosis, were shown with it.
gun year, and often secure more goods for
All to be had at for the first time in public in the opera "As it rises from the boat the gun less cost than their neighbors who are other trees produced not merely grown, by

FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT house Monday evening. Dr. J. lifts off a hatchway which automat- neglectful of the opportunities her-
STORE Ivan[ Dufur professor of nervous diseases ically forms ap rotective shield for alded in the local press. The habitof
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. of the Philadelphia College of the gun and the men who work it. devouring the ads. is growing
Osteopathy exhibited these pictures One of these men trains the weapon steadily upon the people and the wise Lake Garfield NurseriesBartow i
which it is claimed will revolutionizethe around to whatever direction is required merchant knows this and prepares to
teaching of diagnosis. while the other elevates or depresses meet it.The Florida j
Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER and also fires it. Another 1

CHARGES AGAINST ALABAMA pull of the lever and down drops the want ads the thing. .

SECRETARY OF STATE i
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Montgomery Ala.-By vote of ten
to five the house judiciary committee i Arcade Pressing Club i
voted to recommend to the house the
Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" filing of articles of impeachment I The Orlando Meat MarketT. I Under New Management j ji

against John Purifoy, secretary of
state on charges of failing to make A. YANCY, Manager i i

f an accounting of $1,000 alleged to i i First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. Made right in j

HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP have been paid to James H. Nunnelleein Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice |the shop. Guaranteed Fit.
consideration of Nunnellee's with 1
drawal from the race for secretary of Florida and Western Meats Also Cleaning Pressing Repairing
OX WEST PINE STREET JUST state.A ,
subcommittee has been appointed Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. And All Kinds of Alterations done .

ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. to prepare articles of impeachment. I
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order I
I Purifoy has held state offices since
Work called
.1 I for and delivered.
1880 serving as probate judge mem- (135 P. O. BOX 226
ber of the lower house auditor examiner p PHONES {Business 133 Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.

I of public accounts, state treasurer I Phone 448
Phone 204 and secretary of state. 24 E. Pine St. -I

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any in the store values up to $3.50 REAR BARGAIN TABLE, Lawns Batiste Crepes, limit 1 set to a customerSaturday

Ratine and White Goods, worth up to 35c.,
$1.00CUBE
Saturday night night 98 cents

Saturday night 10 cents
PINS, Black White and Fancy, lOco quality
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, white and colors, 75c. quality, J s
Satuaday night 5 cents j

PILLOW CASES, 2nd Floor, Art Department, Hem- Saturday night 58 cents

. COLLAR SUPPORTERS, all sizes N stitched and embroidered, size 45x36,

Saturday night only 3 cents Saturday night 29 cents LADIES' PUMPS in patent and dull leathers with gray

and sand tops, 4.00 qualitySaturday

LACES, Vals and Torchons in edges and insertions, values -
$2.75 .
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to 15c.,
up LADIES TRIMMED HATS, all new this season, valuesup

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A few pairs Ladies' Bronze Strap Slippers, $5.00 value ;
$ TRAY CLOTHS, plain linene, hemstitched size 17x27 Saturday night $1.79

Saturday night 11 cents Saturdry night $3.50PEAS


GLASSES, Colonial style full size
TOWELS hemmed huck with red borders size 17x34 Cinderella Brand No. 2 size 15c. quality, Satur-

12'/ c quality Saturday night Special 2 l-2c. day night, $2.00 for case of 2 dozen, or each

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South Florida SentinelMORNING Advertising Orlando : Geo. A. Hutchinson and attractive The Cathedral School OUR MID-SUMMER

AND WEEKLY The voters having decided to spend neice Miss Caroline Hawkins,
i. :'.. GLENN ......................Editor approximately $6,000 to advertise this arrived in Orlando yesterday. Mr. -
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W. C. ESS1NGTON .....BuilntM. Manager
---- city, it is pertinent to consider how and Mrs. Hutchinson and son, Mr. Orlando's Select Boarding and Day Sensation S t SaleOF
Entered at the poxtoffice at Orlando. Florida the money is to be used. Herbert Hutchinson, and Miss Haw- School for Girls I
Second Clan Mail Matter.
as 16th Year October 6th 1915
Advertising anything to advantage kins, started in their automobile from opens ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES requires experience and good judg- Chicago a week ago yesterday, but Primary, Intermediate and Academic I
Daily. 1 Year ......................... 15.00 Grades
Dait,.. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 ment, to obtain satisfactory results. upon reaching Rome, Ga., the ladies .
Daily. \ Months ...................... 1-25 Large advertisers have learned this were becoming fatigued from the long Also :Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 I OFMEN'S
and find it economical to engage a journey and decided to take the train Culture and Domestic Science.
Weekly 1 Year ...................... SLOG man of experience to supervise the for Orlando. Mr. Hutchinson and son For Catalogues address the Rector, I

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN outlay.It are expected to reach here Saturday Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M., I MilliNERY AND

is no reflection on the city offi- evening. Orlando, Fl...
ADVERTISERS ,
; cers to assume that they have not had They have shipped their household
Copy for display and all ether hand-set this experience. If an agent is en- goods and it will be a source of great
adrvrtiunr must be handed in at the business
office .{ the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. gaged, it is doubtful if the city receives pleasure to their many friends to FIELD'SCIIOCOLATE FURNISNINGSNOW
the day before pul-kation. This role applies adequate return for the money learn that this city will be their home.
to changes for contract advertising; it I*
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. used, as a large part will go to the Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson have spent

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued agent in commissions. If it is usedin several winters in Orlando and own GOING ON !
should notify the office in writing on magazine or newspaper publicityit considerable property in and around
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates, will be impossible to tell whetherthe the city."DIXIE. All Womens Suits Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Muslin Underwear-in fact 6

until Telephone notice Nnmb-r to stop .U...recited................... 24 results are satisfactory, and the everything of a Ready-to-\Vear n.1ture-will go at prices that have never be- '
only thing that is positively known is HIGHWAY- GARAGE TO VANILLA fore been equalled. The difference between the former prices and the actual .
FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1915.; that the money is gone and will never BE OPENED BY I. W. PHILLIPS reduced prices are so great that it should command the immediate attentionof
PEACH woman.
every
return. AT DAYTONAA Its cleaning up time with us, and while the loses are great, we take them
It's a poor road that will allow an The second year and each year CARAMELICE without a mumur.
auto to indulge in mud-slinging. thereafter may be the same$6,000spent new garage will be opened next Just cogitate over these few items-note the reductions, then come and
o and perhaps nothing to show Tuesday at Daytona by I. W. Phillips CREAMS. see the goods.

Nobody in Orlando cares who start- for it. This is 5 per cent. on $120,000. & Sons, of Orlando. The famous -- .
OUR FAMOUS: PALM:
BEACH SUITS FOR LADIES
ed the war if somebody would only Allow me to outline a plan by which Dodge car will be distributed by them

stop it.The $5,000 per annum will permanently from that point as well as from their $7.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . . .$ 1.73;

o advance the city and at the same time Orlando place. CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, IGc. S12.30 SUITS FOR. . . . . . eo . eo . .$9.50 .
vacationists will soon be returning provide adequate and satisfactory The name of the new Daytona busi- $15.00; SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . $10.30:
and begin to save up for quarters for the city government.Have ness will be "The Dixie Highway Gar-
Christmas.A the city issue bonds for $50-: age." Since taking the agency for
WOOL SUITS
o 000 at 5 per cent., or 6 if necessary. the Dodge, the Phillips garage has .
news item says that the police Erect a substantial brick edifice of been doing an increasingly large CLUB SANDWICH 23c. $18.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$14.50 '

will not allow scanty costumes on' the three stories, including basement, amount of business, and that they feel $22.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75

beaches. Busy times ahead. somewhat on the plan of the new Daytona to be a good point for expanding $23.00; SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . $16.25

0 school. Have the basement furnished I their trade still further is 27.50 SUITS FOR. . . . . . . . . .$17.50
When a boy can not keep track of with bowling alleys, pool and billiard certainly a high compliment for the We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed $ O.OO SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . $18.50

the national batting average he is not I tables, and any other form of recrea- coast town. and Delivered for All *32.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.00
making much progress at school. tion that may be desirable.The $35.00; SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.50
-- second floor could be made to LOOKING OVER FAMILIAR $47.50 SUIT, ONE ONLY, HALF PRICE eo. . . .$23.75
OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S
One reason for the high cost of acommodate all the city offices, and SCENESMr.
SPECIALS IN LADIES' COATS
worth leave for commodious TWO
living is that sweet potatoes room a assembly -

ninety cents a bushel cost two dollars. hall. John Branch, of Tampa, tax $8.75 FOR . . . . . . . . . . .$5.75

o / The upper floor should be laid out collector of Hillsborough county, $12.50 FOR . . . . . . . . . .$8.75
Why they call it a "joy ride" whena for the accommodation of tourists, spent yesterday in Orlando on a com

fellow usually gets into so much infernal with ladies' room, card room, toilet !bined business and pleasure trip. Mr. SILK DRESSES, All this Seasons Productions.
trouble, isn't worrying us muchat rooms and anything that would be.Branch spent his boyhood: days in the y
and attractive and tend S8.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$5.75
present. pleasant to vicinity of this city, and yesterday, in
make the of visitors $14.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$8.75
o sojourn as pro- company with one of his playmates,
S16.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$9.75;
Many men think it strainge that longed as possible. Hon. S. S. Griffin, spent several hours
could be derived from 17.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.00 .
fish will bite at artificial flies and the Some revenue going over their boyhood days and
$18.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.50
fish must think it strange that men the use of the billiard room and bowl- visiting familiar spots, ..especiallytheir
SODA S22.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$12.50
will buy mining stock.If ing alleys; probably enough to pay baseball grounds.COMPLETED .
o for the necessary attendance and care. $29.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$18.50

railway ticket agents were paid The large number of people who PRETTY STOREROOM $37.50 DRESS, ONE ONLY, FOR . . . . . .$18.75

according to the fool questions they used the inadequate accommodations

have to answer, it would keep them last winter shows conclusively the LIGHT LUNCH SILK PETTICOATSIn

busy drawing their salaries. need of such a building and that it Mr. P. A. Wicoff, who has gained Taffeta, :Messaline, Peau De Cygne with our famous Perfect-

o would be appreciated. This would be quite a reputation for erecting pretty Fitting Jersey Top. All must go at this Sale
That there are no mosquitoes to perpetual advertising and a saving of buildings in Orlando, has just completed COST NOT CONSIDERED "
swat on the East Coast and, the folks about 50 per cent. per annum to the an attractive store room at :311

over there are putting in their spare tax payers.It West Church street for Mrs. Ethel B. CONFECTIONSCIGARS .
time enjoying life, is good news. would add very greatly to the Stevens, where she will open on Sat- SILK SUITS .

o reputation of the city, and allow us urday a new and complete stock of $22.50 SUITS FOR. . . . . . . . . .$14.50
The man who is always boasting of to compete successfully with other dry goods, notions, etc. $25.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75
" his willingness to shed his last dropof cities of Florida who are putting forth $35.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.75

: blood for his country is never in strenuous efforts to attract winter NOTICEThe $39.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$23.75
much of a hurry to shed the first one. visitors.
o CHAUNCEY HOLT. office of Gordon's Transfer has SILK, WOOL AND WASH SKIRTS, All go in this Sale regardless
been moved from No. 8 East Church of Price
Shoe manufacturers state they will street to 201 South Orange avenue,

make no more freak shoes for women. Many people are remarking how just around the corner, in the Yancey $12.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$7.50
. But how will they be able to sell plain few men there are nowadays who en- meat accommodate market building.our friends Will and be gladto customers $10.50 SKIRTS FOR . .. . .. . . . . .$6.75

: ones unless the skirts are length- joy taking 20 to 30 mile walks for a I the same as usual. 8-6-6ti Catering To Those $6.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$4.50

ened? day's outing. Probably these same S4.75 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$3.35
o men are sitting on the back seat of Want anything? Ask for it through Who Care $3.00 SKIRTS FOR ... . . . . . . . . .$1.98 .
There is more good money in raising an automobile, and growling becausethe Sentinel "Wants." OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF $1.50 WASH SKIRTS FOR . .98ca
t sweet potatoes, at the prices they road is rough
are now bringing, $2.00 a bushel, than o
200 LADIES' WAISTS
anything else that can be produced in NEW HEAD FOR SOUTHERN EX-
Orange county. PRESS CO. SEEDS! FEEDS FERTILIZERS From the latest Fashion Center will be closed out at the

o ridiculously low price of . . . . . . . 9gc
ALL KINDS OF FRESH SEEDS FOR FALL PLANTING
The question is asked, what has become C. C. Wolfe, divisional superintendent -
I. of the woman who used to' of the Southern Express companyat ARRIVING DAILY WASH DRESSES

spend several weeks at this time of Savannah, Ga., has been trans- Tremendously Low Priced

the year canning fruits and vegeta- ferred to Jacksonville, making his Get Our August Bulletin $7.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . .. . . .$2.98
bles. Well, probably she is telephoning headquarters there. This will give Sole Agents for Guaranteed Pulverized Sheep Manure. ALL FINE LINGERIE DRESSES AT THE USUAL DICKSON-

i down to the grocer's to put a win- Florida two divisional superintendents. Nothing better for flowers, ferns, lawns and gardens. IVES CLEAN UP PRICES. COME EARLY. .
ter suply of the bill.
preserves on ___ J.--
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MUSLIN UNDERWEAROur
A leading American banker states superintendent, will handle the busi-

that that country's farm products will ness of the company over the Sea- Orlando Seed & Produce Co. famous La-Grecque Tailored Underwear, also the much
realize ten billion dollars this year, board Air Line, while Mr. Wolfe willi talked-of Vanity Fair at Prices that will interest you.

and that the United States will sell have charge of the business over the I Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.
more than one billion five hundred Florida East Coast and the Atlantic CORSETSWe
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million dollars' Coast Line. i
worth than
to Europe have the largest and most comprehensive stock in South
she will from that continent. With
get Florida to select from, Royal Worcester, Bon Ton, American Lady,
these the of the
figures facing people
Madame Lyra, Gossard and Frolaset.

pessimism United States regarding there should the future.not be any THIS IS OUR PLAN. You will notice it is a Certificate of Privilege, not stock. This is not a mere sacrifice or a clean-up sale, but a profit-

o SPECIMEN sharing opportunity we are offering to our customers greatly

SERIOUS reduced prices. '
MATTER. OERTIFIUA OF PRIVILEGE

Some men have trained themselvesnot THIS IS TO CERTIFY, That Woodrow Wilson has this 5th day of August, paid into the treasuryof SUMMARY

to smile because they believe a the Everything in Ready-to Wear, including Middy Blouses, Brassiers,
COMPANY of Orlando Florida
sterner expressoin makes them appear TEN DOLLARS ($10.00)CO-OPERATIVE), receipt of which PRODUCE is hereby acknowledged, and he, is hereby granted the privil- Children's Dresses, Rompers and Kimonos. All go at Reduced
more intellectual. of whatsoever nature the said offer for sale, Prices.
ege of buying all feeds, produce and goods Company may
They have cultivated this to suchan at warehouse cost, Orlando, plus a charge not more than 10 per cent for storing, handling, insurance,
extent that their faces have be- etc.
collect law refund of this certificate fee of Ten Dol- MEN'S FURNISHINGS
come seamed with lines which drive He is also privileged to demand and may by a
lars ($10.00) at the close' of six months from date of issue, and before the lapse of one year, upon the
children away and cause dogs to serving of thirty days notice in writing of such intention on said Co-Operative Company thereby sur- POSITIVELY THE LAST CUT ON PALM BEACH SUITS. .$5.50"I
growL rendering said privilege in said Co-Operative Company, If a refund is not demanded before or at the I THE WORLD RENOWNED HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
These lines have come not merelyas close of one year from date of issue, the certificate fee of Ten Dollars ($10.00) becomes a bonus to said CLOTHES FOR MEN, CHOICE OF OUR SUMMER
the result of the curbing of a nat- I privileges.This Co-Operative. Company and the holder of this certificate becomes a permanent participator in the said SUITS, COSTING FROM $20.00 TO $25.00 FOR _$15.00

ural tendency to smile, but because certificate is non-transferable, and at the death of the holder, shall be extended to the estate
there is a heart inside which is not of deceased holder or refunded at the option of said Co-Operative Company.It .
just right. A stern countenance does is further understood and agreed that the invoices freight bills sales records, etc., of said CoOperative MEN'S STRAW HATS, LAST CALL-
Company are open to examination and inspection by the holder of this certificate at any and
not indicate intellectuality, neither all reasonable times. And when the sales at wharehouse cost, Orlando, shall exceed $750.00 per week Choice of any Sraw Hat, from $2.50 to $5.00 for. . .$1.00
does a smileless face denote ability to the holder of this certificate shall be privileged to buy aforesaid feeds, produce, etc., at cost of not more REMEMBER OUR SEMI-ANNUAL MANHATTAN .SHIRT
succeed. than 9 per cent above warehouse cost, Orlando. The greater the sales the less per cent of profit accuringto SALE LASTS THROUGH TO AUGUST 21.
The thief seldom smiles. said Co-Operative Company.The .
above percentage of profit apply to everything except oats and corn, which shall be handled ata

smile.The tramp at your door does not straight profit of five per cent above wharehouse ORLANDO cost, Orlando.CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. I Are you shy on Groceries? Give us a trial,

The man who is a failure does not By W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. we'll hold your tradeDicftsonlves
4 We will discuss the salient features of this plan more fully tomorrow. In the meantime think it over
smile. and if there is any point you don't understand we will be glad to take it up with you.
It is the cold, hard, smileless face

which stares out at you from prison I

bars. I The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. CO.Orlando's
In penal institutions do you see the .

bright-eyed man with a smile which I S. DeWitt Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
Mgr.
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comes from right thinking and liv- Favorite Shopping Place
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Beauty. "Persistence Wins." Farce- i
c3 ; an elaborate picturization of the most famous Irish-American drama featuring Virginia Kirtley. !
Pathe. "New Exploits of Elaine," ,
o Hv Comedy ClassicCHIMMIE entitled "The Cryptic Ring." Six- ;

ci)) ) to teenth episode. This episode is the I
greatest mystery yet. Kennedy is
=' baffled for once. I Iiai3di
Our two reel feature of Shorty is .

Five reels' in all.

Admission adults 10c., children 5c. cp w ,

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o ***** i ADDITIONAL LOCALS o
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r s o A Constant Reminder c
rY : 4 1 ,'s r
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Moseley and
t # i of friendship recorded in a link of precious metal. Limited onlyin
son, Mr. Henry Moseley, who have
number to the friends you have; each link is a complete braceletin
: been visiting Mr. and Mrs J. E. Mose
ll itself, and costs but 25 cents, engraved free. r
ley in Gotha, were in Orlando for a
q Give and receive one in return.
i while yesterday en route to their

home at Princeton, Fla. '
ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS..

Mrs. M. E. Miller and popular n

daughter returned from Orlando Saturday rditry
11:1.. iT Ocl.: i
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anfJJ where they went to hayeliss I d

Hattie undergo an operation on her I j:

throat, which was done successfully, If quality for a low price is an object ;;
FADDENBy and she is doing nicdy.' -Tavares our wall papers will win your favor. \
Herald.Mr. For the next 30 days we will offer for j
sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper 1
E. W. TOWNSEND from le. to 5c. per roll. Now is the s
:: M. G. Porter, of Jacksonville, Ft 1 J' time to buy, and do your papering j
First a newspaper series: next a book: then a play. Now a the popular state agent for the Buick when you get ready. s

Supreme LASKY Photocomedy. automobile is in Orlando greeting We also carry a full line of High. .
Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
friends and explaining to the inter-
"CHIMMIE FADDEN" was a Bowery Boy of the generation ested public the excellent qualities of We stock.Orlando invite. you to call and inspectour

that's gone by, rough but good hearted. This is the story of his his car. Mr. Porter reports businessas

love for a fetching French maid, and his experience in the homesof being good, and he says the 1915

w i the rich. Produced under the direction of Cecil B. DeMille. model Buick has startled the motor- Paint & Wall Paper Co

ing public. S I
I 205 S. Orange Avenue
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cnC lOc FIVE SCREAMING ACTS 20c SEPTEMBER TEACHERS EXAMINATIONS COLEMAN- & RHAN Phone 261MOMMiimMMMCMM

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Supt. McKinnon announces that the
Tomorrow: A Big Broadway Star Special Feature in Three regular teachers examinations for ....'. . . .. .

-O Acts. "The Radium Thieves," featuring Leo DeLaney, Chas. Kent, September will be held at the usual I II

: Gladden James, L. Rogers Lytton. Vitagraph's Greatest Cast. places in Orlando for white and negro Ii I I
The New Ice
teachers respectively beginning Tues- i I Company
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day, September 7, 1915 and continue -I

t: :) through the week. II I PHONE 675
Each applicant will be required to
s- (@rhuwn thirirtjFriday I furnish satisfactory evidence of a I

good moral character, to provide nec- i Delivery Daily .
essary stationery, legal cap or similar I

August 6. Elbeth Mulholland appear among the paper, pens, ink, etc., and to pay a II i!

o Regular meeting of W. C. T. U. at members of the Kindergarten club. fee of one dollar. Wait for our wagon. We think
the Baptist church.
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Mrs. Thomas Brodwater will enter- MISS WIGFALL--0-- you will like our ice.
tain the Junior Matrons.

GEO. BENSCIIBACPRES. ENTERTAINS.Miss Georgia. Wigfall entertainedvery ROOf GARDEN( ----

P-I EPWORTH LEAGUE.The delightfully Wednesday eveningin
honor of Misses Thelma Wilson and The New Ice Company j
Epworth League held its reg- ; :
Ethel Kennedy, the attractive guestsof
4 ular monthly business meeting at the
'
Miss Lysle Connell.
4. parsonage last evening. As this was TODAY"TRICKS
The house was beautifully deco- IIMMnitlMMMilMIIIHilliMMIIilliMtlillllM
/2 the time for the annual election of
rated with potted plants. Gaily deco-
officers there was an unusually large
rated Japanese lanterns hanging here
crowd present.
and there added a festive touch to lilMttMIMMtMmilltiMlllllllttllllltllllliHiMI
Several young people took the oath OF FATE"
the scene.
of membership. The reports of the
The first prize in the game of "pro- Complete in two parts.
various officers were received, and theyear's
gressive hearts" went to Dr. Carrol,
work was brought to a close.
-o of Apopka, proving to be a volume of I : A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL j
OT The election of officers resulted as
follows: George Benschbach, presi- Tennyson's poems. Second prize a "THE FAMOUS COL. HEEZA 1
pair of miniature brooms was awarded r
dent; L. O. Curry, secretary; Miss LIAR SIGNS THE PLEDGE" '
to Miss Connell.
Ruby Wilkins, treasurer; Miss Jessie -
After the game had been concludedand Cartoon ,
White corresponding secretary. Comedy.
: the award of the prizes made,
.c After the business meeting a delightful -
the hostess served a delightful cream
social was enjoyed by the course.

members and their guests. Games,, "PATHE WEEKLY NEWS"

both old and new, contributed to the NOTE-0-- CURTIS & O'NEAL
of the .
'ca pleasure of the occasion and the SOCIETY The Happenings World.A

young people did not adjourn until a OF INTEREST.
O Announcements of the marriage of
comparatively late hour.
--0- Miss Marian Sarah Strouder to James GOOD BILLA Insurance Loans Real Estate i ;

SIXTH GOLF TOURNAMENT Lynn Hoeflich, at Eldred, on August

YESTERDAY.The 3rd have been received in Orlando. Rentals

Mrs. HoeSich is a graduate of the pair of Silk Hose given awayat
sixth of the series of golf tour-
Cathedral school, class of 1913, and
naments was enjoyed by local golfers nine o'clock to night.
has many friends in Orlando. The
yesterday afternoon at the Country
happy couple will be at home to their
Club. On account of the unfavorable
friends after September 1st at Eldred.
weather the number of participantswas --0-- The One-Price Theater .
( r-H not large but those who did take
Chas. Rock and daughters Mrs. J.
IN TOWN
The COOLEST SPOT
part in the game had a very pleasant
R. Yearby and Miss Mary Rock, left -
=i iV 4ca afternoon.The ESTABLISHED 1886.
P first prize for the afternoon'splay last night for Tarpon Springs on busi-
ness in conenction with the settlementof 10 cents 5 cents .
went to S. K. Guernsey, with a
l
o the estate of the late Carl Doer-
score of 74; the second was tied for
ler. ;
by Ralph Yearby S. Y. Way and J. "
"The Pardon Saturday night.
MiniltlMIMIMIMIIMMUMIMIHtlMMintlltllOIt
D. Barnes, with scores of 78 each. I
Following is a list of those who MR. GRAY RUSH HAS SUCCESS- 1

played, with their handicaps and net FUL YEAR a

scores:

Gross.Hdc.Net. Mr. Gray Rush, the local Ford dealer -

Ralph Yearby _________ 881081 is wearing a little broader smile
P. C. :McNeil: ___uuu 95-14- Melts in Your MouthDAILY
than usual, this "Ford's" fiscal
season. -
S. K. Guernsey --______102-14- 88
: J. L. Guernsey ____uu 901674 year has just closed, and he reports -

S. Y. Way ____________ 94-16- 78 the mighty comforting total of
J. D. Barnes ______u__ 98-20- ninety-six new Ford sold at ,
S. W. Howe -__________107-26- 81 cars retail I
J. P. Holbrook ________125-24-101 during the past ten months clos- BULLETIN
A. Haden --___________H5-30- 85 ing Saturday July 31. The year's
-- total makes it the most successfulyear

ORLANDO GIRLS APPEAR IN in the Ford's business life in PEACH i

COLLEGE YEAR BOOK. this city and is especially gratifyingin VANILLA J

The current year book sent out by the face of the depression that has SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL ;

the State College for Women is one been universal throughout the coun- PINEAPPLE '

of the handsomest booklets ever put try.Mr. Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape Ice
out by a Florida educational institu- Rush is making several plans

tion. The editors have adopted a soft for this year of a revolutionary nature CHERRY

yellowish brown binding for the book- and expects to place the largest CARAMEL a

let, lettering the outside in gold, giv- single order for automobiles of any

0) ing a most artistic finish. Numbersof dealer in the retail auto business in f
We deliver from one quart
1 beautiful illustrations of the college the state. up )

buildings and student organiza-

a3B tions adorn the inside of the maga- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

.... zine. These are done in tones of t tHand's

C dark brown upon paper of a lighter WANTED-By a good cook place' for
.2 shade. two months. Can furnish best of Pure Ice Cream ,
references and begin work at once.
o % Prominent among the illustrations
Landonia Singleton, Terry street.
a appear the faces of several young ladies 8-6-3t*

rJ s who are attending the institution

) & from: Orlando. Miss Minna Harris is WANTED-To make transformations, Phone 566 and 666 3
;) photographed in the group of stu- curls and switches from the comb- fI

It dents of the Home Economics club ings of your own hair. By Mrs E.
Roberts, 33 West Church street.
'_I while Miss Dorothy Slemons and Miss 8-6-6t -



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PINE CASTLE NOTES -
think that NOTES FROM WINDERMERE ADOPT FAIR CHARTER 1
Chicago people seem to
f Pine Castle, Fla, Aug. 4.-Dr. D.
Secretary Redfield is attempting to C. Roney has opened up his office
apply a coat of antiseptic whitewashover { his Windermere, Fla., Aug. 4.-Mrs. Tampa, Fla.-Adopting its charter
here and is ready to practice profession -
the records of the federal ship 1! in this locality. The doctor is C. Murdock:: and children, of Nash- and subscribing to stock amountingto FOR SALE

inspectors connected with the sinkingof I stopping at the Pine Crest hotel while ville, Ga., spent last week with her $2,100 the South Florida Fair and

the excursion steamer Eastland. Mrs. Roney is making a few visits sister, Mrs. W. :\Mosely.:: Gasparilla Carnival Association for-

Judge Landis seems disposed to use prior to moving here and taking up Mr. H. N. James has returned to mally launched on its career at a
the probe instead of the whitewash Orlando, but his family will remainin meeting held in the board of trade I I ** t
her residence in the Paul Macy prop-
brush.Excursion. on Division street which they Windermere another week. rooms. Stock'was subscribed by sev- I i Will offer for sale for a few days

erty Mr. W. G. Geier has opened a law en out of the eleven members of the I
have purchased. We are very glad to I the
have the doctor and his wife come office in Orlando in the Bank and committee, each member agreeing to I property corner Orange Avenue,
.Trust building, and will take four ,
company now shares at $25 each. Four I
among us. We were without a doc- I Jackson and Boone Streets known
ANNUAL MOUNTAIN AND SEASHORE tor, and the fact that he will becomea I engage in actual practice.Mr. members were absent. I as
H. A. Mosely, wife and child, The capital stock, according to the !
holder and resident here the
property skating rink for
makes him and his family doubly wel- [of Princeton, Fla., spent several days stipulations of the charter, will be property, $26,000.
last week with his brother, Mr. W. M. $30,000. As soon as 10 per cent. is
come. I I $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
Mosely. paid in the association year
will
J. C. Fulford of begin 'I'
Mr. and :Mrs.: I
: :Miss Elizabeth Palmer entertainedat transacting business.
Soon
as $900
Lockhart, visited Sunday with their and interest at six cent.
per
cards last Friday night in honorof more is paid the association will start
parents, :Mr.: and :Mrs. Wm. Hansel.
:Miss Nora James and Miss Edith putting its plans into execution.One I
Mrs. John Barr, her daughter, Miss
Davids, who returned to Orlando Sat- of the most important matters
VIA Laura, and son, John, Jr., after a
lengthy stay with her daughter, Mrs.P. urday.Mr.. discussed was the time for holdingthe
and Mrs. J. C. Palmer and Mrs.H. fair. The I
subject will be discussed -
:M.: Shanibarger, left Thursday for C.A.HOVEY
Atlantic Coast LineStandard C. Luff motored to Orlando last when the committees from
her home at Mansfield, Ohio. .
Saturday afternoon.Mr. South Florida boards of county com-
Mrs. R. J. Hansel left here Thurs-
: J. C. Tegder, of Jacksonville, missioners assemble in Tampa in con-
of the South
Railroad day to visit with relatives and friendsin t
visited at the home of hsi fatherinlaw vention, August 12. That the fair
Kissimmee and Trange Center.
Mr. Wm. H. Pansing, last week. should be held late in January or the
Round trip rates from Mrs. W. F. Winn and baby son, Roy The members of the Baptist choirof early part of February was the con- J____ ___________ __ __ ._____ _
Ballard returned to her home at .
ORLANDO Orlando, together with their census of opinion, though the time
Homestead, Friday, after a visit of
Washington, D. C. ______$22.00 few weeks with her mother, friends, to the number of forty, spent will not be definitely decided on until Th.e' ': 3v street
some :
Norfolk, Va. ___________ 20.00 Thursday afternoon at Rossmore Inn. later in the season.
Mrs. Edna Sullivan. Miss Bertha I
Richmond, Va__________ 20.00 Sullivan left Monday morning to join Bathing and boating were indulged in OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Baltimore, Did----- 24.00 her sister at New Smyrna, where she during the afternoon, and a picnic STATE K. P. SECRETARY W. H. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Round Trip Rates from supper enjoyed on the lawn, the party
stopped over for a visit and they will I LATIMER IS DEAD FRESH AND SALT MEATS
home about o'clock
JACKSONVILLEWilmington motoring seven
then together to Homestead
proceed
after most delightful Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
N. C ______$12.00 where :Miss Bertha will visit for a .a outing.Mr. Tavares, Fla.-W. H. Latimer, who
Goodrich,
Harry representingChas. Everything screened from the flies and fresh
Winston-Salem, N. C. ___ 14.00 while. Moorehouse, of Tampa, called I was afflicted with a stroke of paralsis away kept

Hot Springs, Va________ 18.50 Mrs. Nellie :M. Sparkman, of Jack- upon the trade Monday. ten days ago, died last night at and pure.

Roanoke, Va ___________ 16.25 sonville, and Mrs. Anna :M. Rails and 11 o'clock. Mr. Latimer had lived here We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction.- We have '

Chattanooga, Tenn _____ 13.80 little daughter, of Arcadia, are visit- A. B. Cook & Co., No. 30, WatkinsBlock for the last thirty years and was everything the Heat Lin*.
make a specialty of business
Monteagle, Tenn _______ 15.05 ing their brother, Mr. Paul :Macy, and opportunities; and income investments.If sixty-five years of age.

:Mammoth Cave, Ky_____ 17.95 family. you have a paying business or The deceased was state secretaryof IT.PHONE M. Self. & Co.

Warm Springs, Ga. _____ 9.00 i Dr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Bennett returned property yielding a regular income the Knights of Pythias. .. '
Tickets Sold August 11-Limit i home Friday from an auto trip I the for sale company.describe Relations same fully confidential.and write Funeral arrangements will be made NO. 80 PINE STREET

'in the southwestern part of the state. 8-5-6td-ltw later.
August 29. .._ .
Mr. and :Mrs.: Wm. Wigman, their -- -- -

parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schol- --

For Information Call on hamer, and their cousin, Mr. Fred ARE YOUR CHILDREN LEARNING MUSIC?

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. I Kubach, motored to Sanford and ST. JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONSSanford

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A 'spent the day very pleasantly Sun- These vacation days should be used to interest the

:Orlando day with their cousins, :Mr. and Mrs. .
children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish
Henry Nicholls and Mr. and Mrs. JacksonvilleAND
:Henry Witte, of that city. to everything in music and musical instruments. Music; refines -

Get Behind a Rev. E. T. Poulson, of Orlando, RETURN elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous
preached Sunday afternoon in the
duties of life.
,Baptist church. The sermon was

crdu4oand i splendid in theme and delivery. Dr. $ r7-oo \d. S. BRANCH,

enjoy a dry, tweet I I Poulson will preach in the afternoonsof
smoke. The Wellington Pipe won't the first and. third Sundays of each THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

Lo3.I won't get foul. i I month until 'further announcement is Including meals and berth
Mad.hi
made.

o end Am.ricaCame I| Rev. Poulson was accompanied Sun- Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days SKATING RINKLADIES'

pack rotrh.a.e ,day afternoon by Mr. Eugene Reid,

2Sc.. 35r.div.i0a.a 'V !i of Orlando, the earnest young presi- LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED() STEAMER

dent of the B. Y. P. U. of the Orlando :J.,

Baptist church. aSOEO; L.A.. SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

Rev. B. H. Guy, of Whittier,
DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
I preached :Monday evening in the Bap- Leaves Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30: A. M. -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
tist church and will hold meetings for
I Say Ai: I the entire week, each evening begin A combination daylight and searchlight trip INSTRUCTORS.Open .

I ning at 7:15 p. m. of 400 miles through the heart of Florida 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 pant to 10.30 p.m.
:Mr.: and :Mrs. Wm. Wigman will en-
You want to see this new I

package Spider is introducing to I I.tertain with a the masquerade young people party of this at place their Clyde St. Johns River Line Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

home on Lake Conway, August 3rd.
the market-its the swellest The invitation is general-all the

? thing out in the way of little young people are invited-and a great i. iii; till 'ti \I)MISSION 10 pETS
crowd of maskers will be expected to

Cigars. assemble on Tuesday evening. .

Mr. and Mrs. L. have
McRaney pur-
See him at theGood
chased the Fuller property on Wilkes

avenue, and moved into same on .;!j N
:Thursday. ORLANDOANR00f
and Bad| Mrs. Eliza Sphaler is moving into t / %
her new home which she bought of r lt A t
: ,
StoreOrange !Mr. L. :McRaney. y r y a t i i I SHEET METAL CO

Cigar I Mr. J. B. Smith left Tuesday for # ,
Chicago. Mr. W. S. Slough will look

AvenueBargai i after Mr. Smith's real estate office Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
while he is away.It ,

I is our sad duty this week to an- < 4 i I Ia and Rubber Roofings

.nounce the death of Mrs. M. B. Parker I I / -

i mother of Mrs. E. D. M. Perkins, Cornices
gill I I Skylights .Heating Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
could be a finer
:Mrs. J. A. Wilkes, and Messrs. Jerome VV
compliment to the intelligence
i Parker of Winter Park, and
of the recipient than a care
n I Paul B. Parker of West Point, N. Y. fully selected Globe-Wemicke Works: 14 E. Church St. JJ; ORLANDO
Bookcase? That it can be added =
Mrs. Parker had been in poor health to,a unit at a time,as the library 'a-
I for some little time, but she felt that I grows will be keenly appreciated I
by one of literary taste. In many home
her old home in Indiana .
to
a trip I it ta pleasant Holiday custom to lprnent
I would do her good. She accordingly a sufficient.oumberof GlobaWenuck "
*Bookcase lection to accommodate
{ileft here two weeks ago for Indiana. the new addition*to tb.bbrary. .. .----

She passed Saturday, July 31, Glob.-wrnick.aookc.ae.an made in
away
several different ityk*.the finishes being Tops Backs Cushions
I at 4:30 p. m., at the home of her carefully i(elected and applied to produce 5- ,
thus harmonizing color*m which
New house, 8 rooms and bath. j brother, Mr. M. H. Barrows, at Bick- the natural grain of the wood(now*to t

Location perfect, 4 blocks from nell, Ind. the bcst.adTantagc.'' Curtains, Celluloids, Bows

:Mrs. Parker was the widow of W.
'I ;ti !
center of city, east side. R. Parker. She came with her husband .
PAINTING
to Florida in the year of 1885, OSCAR
For quick sale $3000. Cash or t
I settling at Butler, moving later to a HAND & .
terms. (Ocoee, where her husband died some
I fifteen years ago. She has hade her SON

j home in late years with her daughter,

i\Irs. J. A. Wilkes. Orlando Top & Trimming Co.

The funeral services are set for
'Thursday, 10 a. m., in the Christian i \ Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE. Mer.iMUMIHII .
CARL DANN
church at Ocoee, and burial in the

cemetery at Ocoee.
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The Morning Sentinel Want 4 West Pine Sreet Phone 617 .
ORLANDO Directory is the Greatest Want Room 14 Yowell-Duckworth
I Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 ,

I Terms Cash in Advance. Building

0. Cement, Agatile Plaster and Lime RATES

For One Day ______________25t
For Three Day ____________30c DAVIS
For Six Days _______________73* & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW'
1 For One Month ____________$2.50 FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW \
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad contains -
more than 25 words the rate
t I will be one cent per word for Phone 172 Phone 72
each additional word, for each in-
I sertion.If .
Room Watkins Block
you can't bring your ad to Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block
I the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
I opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.

LH t I II Every Home-Every Business J. M. CHENEY Victor Starbuck
Every Man has use for a
I I Sentinel Want Ad.
H ATTORNEY-.1T-LAW ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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'C 1 Phone 87 Phone 161
i i FOi: SALE
4- U Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland Fla.
i I j FOR SALE-Hupmobile roadster; ,
first class condition. See the car
I before you buy, or call on the under-I i. Bldg.
signed at Dickson & Ives. T. L.Hammond -
grocery department.
8-4-3t
F. 'A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
I MULES FOR SALE DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
Pair nice mare mules in good condi-
I tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul and CONTRACTORPhone
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Ap- i
ply P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining 37
Co., Orlando Florida. 7-17-tfc Phone 716

Mary Sunshine Starts the Day With a Smile FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- 1

one quarter mile from city limits; .
fine for citrus subdivision Bldg 'J
very or pur-
that she does not have to struggle with coal or wood fire she
Knowing 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 j
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 SURVEYING, 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. 1
I t
convenient clean which she of the best trucking and fruit Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
Her baking is done in a oven can keep at the right temperature -
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 McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando r:
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. 5.-1
fice for cash, if sold in 30 days. A WORK
The secret of all this convenience and comfort for Mary Sunshine is that she uses Gas for good crop will go with the place. A
fuel. She has a Cabinet Gas Range, a Gas Water Heater and a Gas Iron. She knows that true home comfort good six room house and good out HAL A. IRISH Member F. A. A. 5
the of Gas and at the end of the month her household
comes from use 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- Civil Engineer ..
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.
FOR RENT ,

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ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR RENT-Cheap, with a few, acres a comfortablehome land, in Phone 72
city. Inquire 606 West Central ave-
nue. 8-5-3t --r--:

GAS DEPARTMENT FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur- Paul V. Hiitchins DR. L H. RAMSDELL ;
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A.
-& Knox. 7-9-tf Attorney and Counsellor at Law OPTOMETRIST
c ORLANDO, FLORIDA .
WANTED .___ 1 _..& -:-- TE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES ;
Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
AUTOMOBILE WANTED-Hupmobile ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi.REPAIRING
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Would consider other cars. For a
good car I will give a lot 50x300 fac-
ing the Gulf of Mexico on the little
Harness Making
Gasparilla Island, Boca Grande, Flor- Cut Flowers
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SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSRISOCOEE [ [ in ida;the the state.best resort If necessary and finest will fishing pay I and RepairingAll '

Orlando difference., Fla.Address Auto, Box 7-30-6tc 321, and Plants 1

kinds of leather repairing, suchas

FLORIDA BUYERS AND SELLERSI Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Floral Designs
buy, sell rent, and exchange real Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket :
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also ,
over 30 years. Have handled over scissors sharpened.
$20,000,000. Call and see me. get your
: 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.To 25 West Church Street, in Hopkins Violet Dell Florist.
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- Shoe Shop.

: fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest sible by reduce the our 15th stock, will as give much a discountof as pos W. A. BOSTON

25 per cent. off our regular cash 7-20-12t J. M. CARUTHERS 1
.. .. .. .. price on any goods in stores Ham-
prices .. .. .. .. mond & Gore. 6-5-tf Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.,

RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
NOTICE
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll

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

land. Trees The partnership heretofore existing and prices are the lowest. CLINT BASS
will our
trees on high set now keep between George K. Ewing and Ben E.
Ewing, trading and doing business This is the place to have your
PHONE 375
one year's growth in advance 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 West Jefferson Street !
next tually dissolved. The said Ben E. j
Ewing assumes all debts, liabilitiesand dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Successor to
demands of the said B. E. Ewing pressed _____________40c. i ii
& Co. All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Hand Wood CompanyWood

I Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest This 26th day of July. K., 1915.G. EWING.. pressed ____________50c
8-4-4t B. E. EWING. Mohair suits pressed ______25c. of AlllKlnds:
prices to the above address I We do ladies' work also. Giveus
.FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn a trial and be convinced. PROMPT SERVICE :
j. swings, and all kinds of carpenter ;
Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE
work, go to Tracy & Moore. 18 East \!
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At the Expositionand Miss Sallie Thompson left yesterday -'

for Winter Park to spend the PAY YOUR BILLSBEFORE
anywhere else In the United States-the safest way to carry ,. week-end with her friends, Miss
"travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They are e I
accepted like currency at hotels,ticket offices, and the best stores and Agnes Morgan.
shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued in ...
$IC. $:0. 550 and $100. t, Judge Arthur F. Odlin, of Arcadia, THE 10th TO -. ..,
i one of the state's prominent and successful -

BACheques attorneys, spent yesterday in Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
Ik Orlando on professional business. W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs. '
f .,. American( Bankers Assodd-orJ Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
r11l Mr. Isaac S. Craft, one of Tampa's City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
t"A.B.A. Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage: Auto Supplies.
1 I T t a '1IR prominent and popular citizens, spent John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat :Market. V
yesterday in Orlando, combining busi- J. L. Femberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
...Clrrtuu'ill I ness with pleasure. Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duck\\orth Company, Dept.
avenue and Arcade building. Store.
+ y, bearegcdonThep' &__,_C..tu I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
If you spend $10 a week you save J. A. Caplmger, Electrician.CoOperative Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
$10 a year by asking for savings Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
checks. 8-1-tf Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundrv.
T. P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.
:Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meistermann Our Grocery Company.
arrived yesterday afternoon from
White Springs where they have been They will give you back 2 cents in Savings

1 r ie w Pay .,, spending some time. They were Checks for every dollar you spend with themin
greatly benefited by their outing.
cash or if you pay your bill by the 10th of
Messrs. Robert and Allan Cohoon .
the month, therefore
have gone over to Daytona and Coro-
nado Beaches where they are enjoying -
the fishing which is said to be I 1
; good over there. Ask for SAVINGS CHECKS

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Miss Addie McXeill, the attractive
neice of Mr. and Mrs. E. II. McNeill,
GpOD FpA d GQOD FpA
returned to Orlando yesterday after-
noon from Plant City where she had + '
been visiting relatives and friends. FOR DEPOSIT THE FOR IN DDOSQ THE iIN
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SAVINGSDEDARTMENTOF SAVINGSDEPARTMENTOF

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If you spend $10 a week you save PEOPLES NATIONAL w PEOPLES NA110N0.L. 0p
$10 a year by asking for savings BANK Q\p 1i i3 fir' 0 BANK p\p' y JI r'
A 0
checks. 8-1-tf ANDO.fLO QlND0.F

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dawson will
" The State Bank of Orlando
leave this morning for Daytona Beach Then don't keep them at home but deposit
where they will spend a couple of
weeks. While there they will make them at once so they will earn 4 per cent in-

their home at the Hotel Neptune.Mrs. terest for you in the Savings Department of the

i- P. P. McGraw and her guests,
Mrs. W. V. Henry and Miss Margaret
National Bank
Finnegan, of St. Louis, motored out Peoples
to Wekiwa Springs yesterday and
a the afternoon and .
evening.Col.
spent
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and :Mrs.: T. J. Watkins expect -- -
to leave today for North Carolina \. . .. ...9 +rss+rr4 .II..IIIIII..II.I.'I.III.II..I..IJU. . ....
Buy Now!
where they will spend several
weeks in the mountains. Their many
friends wish for them a most delightful -
PACKARD Wins Grand
and beneficial trip.If .

l i you spend $10 a week you save
$10 a year by asking for savings San FranciscoThe
checks. 8-1-tf Prize at

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:Mr. George Bloom, who has been
r looking after the general welfare of
. the traveling public at the Empire only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

Spring WaterIs hotel, left Wednesday evening for ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -
Philadelphia, where he will visit rel
PACKARD.It .
were both awarded to
atives.
is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-

Mr. Nick ArringtoQ, one of the pop- ties of permanent success that are back of the new
a standard for ular clerks at McElroy's Pharmacy,

who has been enjoying a well earned

purity, aids diges- vacation with relatives in Georgia, Packard TwinSixSan
has returned and is again greetinghis
tion and eliminates many friends.


acidity. :: :: Mrs. G. A. Rogers and daughter, ..

:Miss: Dorothy, who have been visitingMr.
This being accomplished a world of sick. :: and Mrs. E. H. :McNeill: at 221 I.

ness is saved. Nature provided Spring Water East Robinson avenue, left yesterday Juan Garage Company jj
afternoon for their home in Jackson-
and Spring Water alone for mankind and ville.

nothing can take its place.BEGIN Orlando- Daytona

If you spend $10 a week you save
NOW' $10 a year by asking for savings DISTRIBUTORS
checks. 8-1-tf
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Mr. and :Mrs.: F. V. Phillips left II.IIII.I..II.II.IIII.I..111"I"'I.'t"- Mil
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yesterday morning over

Elder Spring Water Co. Coast Line for Coronado Beach where illllimiM IIIIIIHIIIIMItllllliUMIIIIIIIMHIM=
they will spend some time enjoyingthe MMIM


Phone ORLANDO WRIGHT, FLORIDA, 444 ing.ocean breezes and excellent bath- I Who Will Be Your Executor? J


Mr. M. F. :McCarty: and :Mrs. Basil fi
Manly, father and sister of :Mrs.: J. ANSWER NO. 2

:Merle: McElroy, arrived in Orlando I Your estate may be materially impaired as a
yesterday afternoon over the Coast of executoror
direct result of the appointment an
Line from Birmingham, Ala., and are
.,1.,1,1111111111111111111111111111111111111... visiting at the home of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: trustee. r4'p'
McElroy on Lucerne Circle. When an individual is appointedThe :-

financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .

Capt. and Mrs. J. A. Harris and is usually provided in wills that the person

I daughter, 1lissIargaret, and son, nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
Mr. Percy Harris, were in Orlando from giving bonds.
yesterday from Winter Park en routeto
bonds supplied, it is at the expense -
AUTHORITIES DIFFER Ocoee to attend the funeral of Mrs. When surety are
of the estate, and then only partial secu-
Mary B. Parker, which was held at
that place in the forenoon.Mr. rity against loss is provided. LE

I As to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but there When a Trust Company is selected

is a certain period in the lives of most of us when our R. W. Hollidaof Loughman, The positive advantage of strong financial re-

dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with was in the city yesterday, accompa- sponsibility is secured.A =1
I Diamonds.A nied by his son, Mr. Frank Holliday, bond which has behind it the entire financial t
who was stricken with apoplexy at
filed with
I strength of the Institution is always
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of that place Wednesday evening, to the Probate Court at no cost to the estate.
; ; pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. place him in a local sanitarium for
medical treatment.Mrs. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue
May we pilot your matrimonial bark?
of this newspaper.

F. E. Richards and children,
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who have been spending sera! ': j t Come in any time and freely ak for further
i weeks at their old home in Macon. i : information on this vitally important subject
I ', Ga., returned Orlando i n oScers: always -
| to yesterday I You are always welcome, and our are

T. H. EVANS | afternoon. Mrs. Richards was called I I i glad to advise.
i to Georgia on account of the illness
I and subsequent death of her mother. I
: The Orlando Bank & Trust Company I

JEWELER DoctorsBiiekiiinster



Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
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Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat
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