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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 7, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913. NUMBER 152.





. NEW REVOLUTION IN WESTERN HAYTI;





NEW WESTERN DRIVE AIMED VERDUN




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ADMIRAL CAPERTON ASKS REBEKAHS GIVE BIRTHDAY SUR- CIGAR MAKERS 3, ST. CLOUD 4;
CROWN PRINCE SEEKS TO
PRISE FOR MRS. JANSEN PEROL TIES SCORE IN 8th
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THAT REINFORCEMENTS I LAST EVENING TUE[ LATIN N AMERICANCONFERENCEBROKEUP INNING I DUPLICATE EASTERN

a BE SENT HIM I SUCCESS

A very pleasant surprise party was The local Cigar Makers played a I II

, given last evening by local Rebekahsin fast game of ball with the St. Cloud

U. S. TROOPS ARE FORCED TO FIRE honor of the birthday of Mrs. Carl I team Thursday on the diamond at the FIERCE BOMBARDMENT ON FRENCH

Jansen. The affair was a perfect suc- [ latter city. The play was close and

cess in every way. When Mrs. Jan- interesting throughout. In the firstI
Admiral Caperton Takes Possession With Guns of Every Calibre the
sen returned home from the theatre a I I I half of the eighth "Chens" Peral, for

of Palace and Seizes little after eight o'clock she found the Cigar Makers, made a two bagger Germans Seek to Break

Haytien Gunboat and about forty of her friends awaiting \WITD FAILURE TO AGREE I and brought in two men, tying the Down the French

score 3 to 3. Following this, on avery
Office of the Port her.The Resistance
evening passed swiftly, with close decision, the umpire declared

many games and amusements addingto -, one of the St. Cloud men safe.
Port au Prince, Hayti, Aug. 6.-The London Aug. 6.-A bombardmentas
the pleasure of the guests. A delightful This decision gave the game to St.
United States naval forces under Ad- NO COMMUNICATION SENT terrific as that by which the Bavarians
served Cloud the close of 4 3.
cream course was by by score to
miral Caperton today took possessionof BILLION reduced Warsaw being directed
Miss Ida Jansen, who was the origi- DOLLARPROMOTER TO WARRING FACTIONS The Cigar Makers have a game ; -
the Haytien executive palace and by the German guns against Ver
nator of the surprise. The honoree scheduled with Sanford for next
the office of the port, and hate seized MEXICO
received many nice presents from the Thursday, and will journey down to dun.With
the Haytien gunboat Pacifique, which of calibre the Ger-
guns every
I Rebekahs.In the Celery City confident of victory.TO .
arrived from Cape Haytien this morn. IS man crown prince is endeavoring to
addition to being a complete sur- TWO IMPORTANT STEPS ARE TAKENThat
duplicate on the west the success
ing.The prise to Mrs. Jansen the affair was PAY FOR DAMAGESt.
crew of the gunboat were disarmed which Prince Leopold gained againstthe
greatly enjoyed by all of those who I
and landed. Would Indicate That This Polish capital.
took part in its planning and execu- Petersburg, Fla. Without
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During the operation to take pos- ARRESTED any The French trenches on the Verdun
tion. Government Will in the
session of the port office the American Supple- money general expendituresfund front running from the western Ar-

troops were forced to fire, and ment Moral Suasion except enough to meet the ordi- gonne region to the Meuse heights are
FAST GA KISSIMMEE VS. running of the the
city
nary expenses ,
killed.
one Haytien was subjected to an all day most violent
PHILLIP C. WADSWORTH IS With DemonstrationWashington commissioners here
This incident caused a great stir in BARTOWIn I are confronted bya cannonade, according to a French of-
TAKEN AS HE BOARDS hard problem since the storm of
the
town. the Thursday afternoon ball ficial report received tonight.
6. The Pan-
'Aug. !
Sunday night, which did damage esti-
Gen. Bobo arrived this afternoon game at Bartow between the local TRAIN FOR TEXAS American conference on the Mexican mated The German bombardment was met

from Cape Haytien and went to his team and the Kissimmee cowpunchers I situation adjourned suddenly tonight at perhaps $8,000 to $10,000. by the French gunners with heavy
i How[ raise
to this
to met
un-
chambers, where he immediately indicted the latter team came off with theI I with the announcement that it will money fighting.
TRIED TO fORM COTTON COMBINE usual expense is the question that the
a protest against the American first money, defeating the Polk county meet in New York some time in the commissioners .
occupation of this city. I team by a score of 4 to 1. future to resume its consideration of must answer.TILE GERMANS ENTER IVANGOROD

The occupation is being extendednot As usual, Barze did the pitchingfor the prQblem. THURSDAY
tie Planned Monster
only to the palace, fort, and all Kissimmee, with Sotz behind the a Organization The conference broke up with every WEATHERFor I -

other important places in the town, bat. Bartow's battery was Davis and Which Was to Have appearance of failure and the Florida: Generally fair today i Berlin, Aug. 6.-Ivangorod, a strong "

but three miles beyond the limits. Dann. Absolute Control of Latin-American diplomats emergedfrom and Sunday; moderate variable winds. 'Polish fortress, fifty-five miles south-

The Connecticut has landed 150 the ,east of Warsaw, has fallen. The ;
office
of Secretary Lansing
marines who have occupied the forts. Cotton Crop Austro-Germans entered the fortress

The committee of public safety, BURGLAR CAPTURED BYOFFICER looking It is evident weary and that worn.there have been WORK BEGINS ON THE NEW :Thursday. No mention is made of the

nominated by Gen. Bobo, has been New York, Aug. 6.-As he was sharp differences of opinion. I capture of Russian prisoners, which i,
dissolved and at a meeting today the about to catch a train for Texas Phil- leads to the belief that the Russians '
They wen followed short time
commanders of the Connecticut and BROOM lip C. Wadsworth, president of the a DOllVE GARAGE succeeded in saving all their men.
later by Secretary Lansing, and he,
Nashville met with several prominent 'Ii Cotton Growers' Co-operative Society, The Russians are in retreat from the
too, wore a discouraged
1 Haytiens and plans for a new com- YESTERDAY of Atlanta, Ga., was arrested today lie admitted somewhat expression.dejectedly FRIDAYHANNER Baltic to Galicia over a line approxi-

mittee were discussed, but as yet none by a postoffice inspector, charged that no communication had been sent mately five hundred miles long. The
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has been named.A I with using the mails to defraud. to the warring factions Mexico as evacuation of Riga is expected hourly,

meeting has been called for Sun- The arrest was made after a com- as Von Buelow's cavalry is only
I LEWIS MITCHELL, MUCHLY a result of the deliberations of the BROS. START ON| army
day to elect a president. I plaint had been made by Assistant ten miles from the city. Enthused by
conference, and the rocks which
WANTED NEGRO JAILED on BIG ORANGE AVENUE
United States Attorney Stanton from their victories, the Germans have sub-

Washington, Aug. 6.-In his dispatches FOR HOUSEBREAKINGHad Information contained in a federal indictment :the negotiations went to peices are I BUILDINGWill stituted "On to Petrograd" for the
:understood to have been the questionof I
to the navy department today returned against Wadsworthin old battle cry of 'On to Paris."
recognition of Carranza and the
Admiral Caperton announced that anew Entered Number of Housesin Atlanta, last March. of Be One Story, 50x100 Feet,
employment physical force to end
revolt has broken out at Gonai- Cit-Property Taken According to the indictment Wads- I civil war in the neighboring republic. Located Corner Orange JOSEPH BRANDT DIES

Tea, on the western coast of Hayti, j worth started, in June, 1912, to pro- t
From Several HomesIs Most of the Latin-American delegates -, Avenue andVashing-
and asked that reinforcements be sent mote a billion dollar cotton growers'scheme Warsaw, Aug. 6.-Joseph Brandt,
I opposed the recognition of Car-
RecoveredA ton Street
1 by which he intended to createa well known painter of war pictures,
him.Admiral ranza, which is understood to havebeen
Benson, acting secretary I j scientific system of marketing the died in Radom on June 12. A short
professional burglar was one of the propositions which Ground was broken yesterday morning
of the navy, complied promptly and :j cap- American cotton crop. time before his death his country residence -
tured yesterday afternoon by OfficerM. was advanced by Lansing. by the contractors, Messrs. Han-
: He to the farmer 15
, ordered the armored cruiser Tennessee planned give which contained valuable
C. Broom, of the police force, and They took the view also that thereis ner Bros., for the erection of a large
for his
. with 850 marines aboard to proceed i' cents per pound cotton, to works of art, was destroyed by the
enough evidence was forthcomingsoon nothing essentially wrong in the brick garage building' on the north-
build bonded warehouses in 800
to Port au Prince; j coun- Germans, after which he moved to
after his taken in settlement of the affairs of a nation of and
being custodyfor west corner Washington street
ties in the cotton belt and
to
The Tennessee will get more marines i j so con- Radom.
the authorities to know that a by revolution. Orange avenue.S. .
trol the that the interests
at Philadelphia, from which i product moneyed -
bold bad burglar had been captured.For of this would have They were agreed, however, that G. Dolive is the owner and plansto
to
port she will sail Monday evening or country DEDICATE BEETHOVEN STATUESan
Tuesday morning. some few days several houses in bow to his will.BASEBALL' moral suasion should be exerted to make this one of the most attract I

j the city have been broken into and the utmost degree. ive garage properties in the city. Mr.
The reinforcements going on the I Francisco, Cat, Aug. 6.German -
much valuable stuff carried away. Coincident with the conference,however Dolive noes not contemplate going
RESULTS
Tennessee number about 1,200, this singers from varoius parts of
Sheriff Gordon and Marshal Smith two important steps were taken into the automobile business himself
bringing the total number of American the country gathered in the Golden
have been hot on the trail of a smooth, National by this government which indicate but will lease the property when com-
forces in Hayti up to about 3,000 League Gate park today for the dedication of
ginger cake looking negro, but the that it has proposed to supplement its pleted.
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men. Pittsburgh Philadelphia the statue of Beethoven, presented to
wily fellow always managed to elude Cincinnati 3, New York 2. moral suasion with a demonstrationof This garage building will have a the city by the Beethoven Maenner-

the officers, until yesterday after., 2 Boston 0. activity in the hope that it will influence frontage of fifty feet on Orange ave-
Chicago chor of New York.
r::' noon. St. Louis 2 3. Carranza to yield to the extent nue and will extend back one hundred
KIMBLE HUGHES TO U..OFF. Brooklyn
Lewis Mitchell, who gave his age American League of indulging in a peaceable conference feet along Washington street. The

as 25, and claims he is a native of Washington 8-6, Chicago 6-3. for the purpose of settlingMexico's front will be of plate glass, which BERliN SEES NO END YET

1915 Graduate of 0. II. S. Gets the Bahamas, made a confession All others, rain. affairs. will make it one of the most attract-

shortly after being arrested, with the Federal League These were sending Gen. Scott, the ive rooms on the avenue.

Scholarship to Gainesville; result that nearly all of the property Buffalo 4, Pittsburgh 0. chief of staff of the army, to the border The building will be one story in Fall of Warsaw Produces No

Has Enviable Record; stolen from the homes of Fred Walker Baltimore 1, St. Louis 5. to take personal charge of the sit- height, will be built of hard Georgia Excitement in Capital-

Engineering Course on America street, but who with Others, wet grounds. uation there. brick brown in color, \he walls will

his family is in Portland, Me., spend- Southern League The issuance of the order dispatching be thirteen inches in thickness, and Merely Checks Rus-

County Superintendent J. F. Mc- I ing the summer; John Barrington, New Orleans Memphis 4. the cruiser Tennessee, with 850 the flooring will be of concrete. sians for a Time

Kinnon has awarded the schol- i marines, to reinforce the American the will be
county who resides at 404 West South street, Atlanta 5, Chattanooga 1. Work on new garage

arship to the University of Florida tot and the home of Mr. F. L. Anderson, Little Rock 1, Birmingham 0. armed forces now in Hayti was reported pushed as rapidly as possible, and it Berlin, Aug. 6.-The Berlin morn-

Kimble F. Hughes, a member of the 408 West Church street, was recov Mobile 5, Nashville 3. and in official circles these is hoped that it will be completed in ing newspapers today publish no addi-

last graduating class of the Orlando ered.From steps were interpreted as indicatingan thirty or forty days. tional details concerning the fighting

high school. Young Mr. Hughes will I the Walker home the stolen intention on the part of this gov- which preceded the fall of the Russian
DESTROY REDEEMED MONEY
a enroll in the engineering departmentof {I articles consisted of one clock, silverware ernment to give the leaders in Mexico RIGA GERMANS JOYFUL fortresses of Warsaw and Ivangorod.

the university.As I clothes shoes, twenty cans of Washington, Aug. 6.Redeemedpaper something of an object lesson. Warsaw's fall has been discounted

a student at O. H. S. Mr. Hughes corn and peas, looking glass, cigar money of the value of $1,541- The effect of this activity, it is held London, Aug. Discussing the in advance and the news evoked no

was a general favorite among both I jcase, spark plug, walking stick and 131,111, in 377,364,188 pieces, was destroyed will be to demonstrate to the warring situation around Riga, the Petrograd demonstrations. When the capitulation -

faculty and students. He occupiedthe !basket. This house was entered some by the treasury department factions that the United States is on ,correspondent of the Morning Post came,however, impromptu cele-

responsible position of business time Wednesday night. during the fiscal year ending June 30. the alert, and that if the occasion says: brations were held. One of these

manager of the High School Echo The Barrington home was entered Officials estimate the notes weighedfive arises will be perfectly prepared to i "Russian military forces seem groups marched before the palace of

with honor both to himself and the 'Friday afternoon about four o'clock, hundred and ninety tons and that take vigorous steps in any directionin 'merely to be observing the German Crown Prince Frederick William last

school. During his last year in high while I Mrs. Barrington was absent about $5,000,000 worth was destroyedeach which trouble may develop. :wave and falling back before it. The night and the crowds were addressed ( ,

school Mr. Hughes was highly hon- i I from home attending a picture show. day.RUSSIANS. Germans now are fifteen miles far- I by extemporaneous speakers. ;

ored by his classmates, being elected I There he cleaned out the refrigeratorof CONSCRIPTION SOON IN ENGLAND :ther east than yesterday. Their main 1 I The morning newspapers comment ;

class president.In of the eatables and carried off a DETERMINED TO WIN !body has got beyond the difficult on the news rejoicingly, but on the

spite of the extra work thrown set of knives and forks. Petrograd, via London.The Rus- swamp region which was the city I whole soberly. The Lokal Anzeigersays

upon him as business manager of the At the Anderson home Mitchell's sian newspapers today are unanimousin London, Aug. 6.-Lord Kitchener !chief natural defense. They now are

Echo and as president of his class, I fancy turned mostly to wearing apparel stating that Russia's determinationto conferred with Premier Asquith and i in a good forest country through 1 "This unfortunately is not the end

Mr. Hughes maintained 'throughout four new shrits, underclothing, push the war to a victorious end other members of the cabinet for the I which they are being guided by local of the conflict, but it is a new prom-

the term just past an average of 'I gold watch, razor, and several other has been strengthened by the enforced third time in four days. It is believed i Germans. Riga's population is 50 per ise that our troops march on."

scholarship which ranked with the I I articles. evacuation of Warsaw. conscription will be resorted to I cent. German. "A lasting Russian offensive is no

best in his class. This fact it was no The Reich says: "As long as the as the result of the German victories j\ "Refugees give illuminating ac- longer to be expected in the near fu-

doubt, which influenced Superintendent I- army is intact we can confidently face in Russia. Germany is expected soon ',counts of those Riga Germans. When ture," says Major Moraht, military

McKinnon to award him the coun- hanging around their premises and the future." to begin transferring large bodies of !\the Russian population was preparing critic of the Berlin Tageblatt, in a

ty scholarship, and it is certain thata acting in a suspicious manner, and he troops to the western theatre to make I i!to leave Riga assumed the appearance I review of the situation in Poland.

young man who has already made will, no doubt, be given a sentence on New books: 'Athalie," by Cham- a gigantic drive against the allies' j jof'I' a city celebrating a national holi- I"Henceforth as soon as our attack begins J

for himself such an enviable' record the county roads which will put a bers; "Seven Darlings," by Morris, line while Russia is recovering. It is ,day. Germans swarmed the streets, r, the Russian defense must crumble ,,

will honorably represent this sectionin stop to house breaking for some time, and others. Curtis & O'Neal, book realized every available man will be in which every form of rejoicing was because it is no longer adequately

the state university. at least, so far as he is concerned. and music store. needed to meet the new move. apparent." 4 supported by rifle and machine guns." :
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NOTHING LIKE TO MOVE WARSAW UNIVERSITY Still, a vacation always gives that '1"111"1"1'1"1"1"1'1' "
ARCADE SEEING THINGS. feeling of thankfulness that it's over.

Once in a while some paper over Warsaw, July 22 (by mail.-The
the state gives an account of a phan- hurried measures adopted for the The Manufacturers Record says: Country Gentleman Corn i :
MILK tom airship which some one sees hov- evacuation of this city are shown in "The grain crop of the South this
ering over the land in that particular a number of official orders. These year will exceed in value beyond sev-
section. A few days ago the Herald edicts direct the removal of the Uni- eral hundred million dollars the total The finest corn in the market.

printed a story of the kind, coming versity of Warsaw to Moscow and the of the most valuable cotton crop ever 20 cent cans for ____________________________15c
DEPOT from Ojus, in which it was circum- discontinuance of the administrationof produced by this section. 15 cent cans for _________________-_________lOc
stantially related that an aeroplanewas justice before the high court after
seen flying over and around that July 24. Another states that all Many Orlando folks are of the
place, the story being vouched for bya horses, automobiles and other means opinion that automobilists should use Ginger AleThe
BUTTER MILK number of people. of transportation be removed to the dimmers on their strong lights. Other -
Now, we have one coming nearer right bank of the Vustula before July cities and towns have passed ordi-
Fresh Every Day. kind to drink in hot weather. .
home. An airship, it is said, has been 21. nances against strong lights and open
5c. per glass seen over the peninsula opposite the The order for the removal of the cutouts on machines, why shouldn'tOrlando 25 cent bottles _____________________________20c ; ;
25c. per gallon city, evidently bent on examining the university directs the faculty to leave ? 15 cent bottles ______________________._------lie ; ;

CREAM AND MILK cuts and inlets to Biscayne Bay, for today, and says if it is found impossible 10 cent bottles ______________________________8c ; ;
BUTTER we are very solemnly told, it seems to for them to return the courses The Sentinel's classified columnsare
have avoided the settled portion of will be continued at :Moscow univer- full of little human interest sto-
Fresh Homemade the peninsula. sity.The ries, reflecting the needs of hundredsof Savings ChecksPay
SANDWICHESPIES There is an old saying, probablyfirst edict discontinuing the law people. Cultivate the habit of
uttered by a hunter, that "it is courts states that no new cases will reading them.Specials.
AND CAKES singular what a man sees when hehasn't be accepted; that pending cases will your July account before the 10th of August, and
his gun." It is singular what be discontinued, and that sentenceswill get the Savings Checks. .
men can see when war is in the air. be suspended "until further no- for Satur-
Of course the supposition is that tice." -
ARCADE MilK DEPOT
this is some enemy airship attempting Official plans have been publishedfor day and MondayBest
to locate a good landing place for the organization of the male civil- Our Grocery CompanyTwo
troops when the war shall commence ian population between the ages of 18 Patent Flour-
against us. But the airship is goingto and 50 years for military work, suchas 24 pound sack____$1.00 and $1.10 Phones: 3 and 200
a great deal of trouble to secure transportation, the building of 12 pound sack _____50c. and 55c;
When Greek that information, if that is what it roads and the digging of trenches. Imported Lemons, per dozen ____20c 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. I
I wants. If it will come down to earth, The trade organizations of civilians Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2 Ibs

I the men in it will be shown the gov- will be turned over to the military authorities for ________________________25c nniMiMiitaemiii I 9i90i III x :+"' ..U t II II H I = II
GreekWas
Meets ernment cut through which we are as complete units. Pure Ground Coffee, per lb. __18c

anxious to see big vessels sail, even I and _______________________25c
if they are battleships. If that is not i FARMS ANDFINANCE. Tomato Catsup, 15c and 25c. ,
satisfactory, they will be taken to sizes for _uu u10c. and 20c.
symbolic of an order fast
Cape Florida and shown how to make The annual banker-farmer confer- Irish Potatoes, per peck ____--___25c PER .
passing from the modern stageof i their entrance to the bay at that ence in Chicago recently was taken Lenox Soap, 8 bars for _____-____25c 35 CENT Discount
action. When gentleman point, or they will be shown any of ,as a matter of course. And yet it is Golden Rod Washing Powders, ,
meets gentleman will supplantthe !the cuts which at high tide might be i only a few years since a small country 7 packages for _____________25c
old adage, and the one who made useful to float row boats, or if : town banker in Illinois was labor-' California Peaches, Pears and t
wins as the most perfect gentle-I that is still unsatisfactory, we will i ing to interest the American Bankers' I Plums, per can __.__________20c For the benefit of our customers -
send out small boats and lighter their :Association in agricultural problems. Fancy Head Rice, per lb. _________7c
:, man will be the one who feels troops, cannon and what not to the i So quickly does an institution grow I Tall Pink Salmon, per can ______lOc we will give a 25 1
himself to be such. Your per- shore. We will save them all the when it fills a genuine need. Every ... A

sonal appearance has a powerful trouble we can. i{bankers in the country, large or small, Honest Weights and Measures per cent cash discount on
effect on your consciousness. Why these mysterious investigatorsor 'now recognizes the intimate relation
spies or whatever they are, who between. farming and finance, and is all! goods sold during the A
are occasionally seen, do not come to glad to do whatever he can to foster
land and learn all they want is hardto ;rural processes along all lines. The Cash Grocery Co. month of July and August. .

Orlando decipher, as it is hard to decipherthe I same banker who started the ball a- Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.
state of mind of the ones who rolling said at the Chicago confer- ,
have made the remarkable
discoverythat
f Steam Laundry we are being spied upon by air- I ence"We: have led the great movement A. B. Cook & Co. Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

PHONE 88 men. Miami Herald. i,i for county farm demonstrators, and
, I urged soil surveys and the necessity Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla.
KEY WEST TO HAVE BALL PARK DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
!for a careful study of the commercial -

" i fertilizer propaganda. Our committees Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.
Key West. Fla.-The baseball parkwill are working for better rural i Dealers in Real Estate, Investments -
M. O. Dovell be completed-ana almost on 'I schools, fitted to the needs of citizen- and Business Oppor-
, schedule time-thanks to the untiring ship and consolidated wherever possi- tunities.
efforts of A. II. McInnis, secretary of ble. We know that commerce and a
& Son the board of trade, and a few public 1 I better marketing system begin on the t Trya Sentinel Want Ad
spirited men of the city. country road, and that good roads
REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS
The grounds had been cleared, or- lead in more directions than can be .
ders placed for the lumber for the enumerated. We realize that the
fence and grand stand, and practically wholesome, prosperous country townis LOANS
: all the subscriptions for the stock an absolute necessity, and that MORTGAGES
106 Grace StreetPhone had been collected, and deposited in community building is one of the big BANK STOCKS CAREY HAND
:the Island City bank, when that insti- needs and tasks of the nation."
TIMBER
;tution suspended a few days ago. Col- '
283-2 Rings BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FUNERAL DIRECTOR t
lecting for this the
money purpose Read the Morning Sentinel for the
I first time seemed no small task to news. lOc. a week delivered.4MIHHIiiMMIIIIiMlilllHMiM OF ALL KINDS. AND EMBALMER
I some, but McInnis put it over, and
{, when it was learned that the depositof .
IMtttllMMMMMrrtlMMIITMIItlMIMHIMtBREAKERS IIII.
Gasoline, Kerosene, LubricatingOils the ball association was carried
&
and Greases. Our wagonsare with the Island City there were many HOTEL All calls answered Promptly Day
who said, "That's the end of the ball
always at your service. park," but Mr. McInnis did not feel DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA or Night. Hand Block. "
that about it, and has succeededin
way
Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. ', I :
negotiating a loan covering the
amount on deposit.Contractors Hot and Cold running water in every room Orlando Florida. 1
have been instructed to LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH ,
\
proceed, and it is thought that the Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, 4A

. M. O. Dovell!! park will be ready within thirty days $10 per \\\ ., American Plan.
for use. New Bath House Free to Guests ,


.. & Son and Advertise get results.in the Morning Sentinel]I MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop. j jMlinniMMIIIMUIIIHnnillMMMItMlliltltlMC Sentinel Want Ads Get Results ,

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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 A

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

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

s trees for fall planting. He will take you out to the nurseries and show you exactly what you will get a

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. o

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Ii i f Ocklawaha Nurseries


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O. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

t G. G. WRIGHT, Agent


I. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg., Orlando Florida

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i Zees 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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STATE NEWS NOTES forts should be undertaken to obtain OPPRESSION ------ ----- --- ,
I I PRODUCES CONTENT A party of Orlando people, on their ROBBER GETS $21,300
relief from the situation facing Amer-
What do you (From the Gainesville Sun) ;':ican importers of German and Aus way in cars to Valdosta, were at the Cedar Rapids, la.-The cedar Rap-
!! An outbreak of whooping cough is : Harrington Sunday. There ids National bank robbed -
of
trian merchandise. The 'late Joseph Fels were in was $21- I
wrote to the
hope for in a reported among the Seminoles in the :,' It was reported the importers will women of Philadelphia: "We shouid the party M. M. Smith, M. M. Smith, SOO today by a lone robber who, at

varnish ? !Everglades. ask President Wilson and Secretary I.not be surprised at the existence ofwomen's Jr., Beulah Smith, Louis Smith, Annie the point of a revolver, compelled
I Leon Perrin, the paying teller, to
Lansing to enter
j a strong protest organizations opposed to the Maine, Stella Smith Rose, G. Wood j I
The St. Petersburg Independentsays against England's embargo. open the vaults. The robber after-
extension of the suffrage Burden
women. Op- and W. W. Wright.-Ocala
July broke the heat record, be- I Counsel for the American Import- pression and denial of justice have Star. I wards locked Perrin in the vault and

ing the hottest in that city in 21 ers' Association said that organization I with some natures the power not only escaped.

t HEAW years. I probably will meet next week to |lof producing content with a degrad- I

-0- consider the same subject. ing position, but even pride in it. Wit
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NU That Escambia will show
county a
ness n gro slavery; it is known that i
population of thirty-five thousand ;SOUTH FLORIDA MAKES GREAT I the great majority of the slaves did II j
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people is the estimate of the state
I not desire freedom. Trees With
The
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census enumerator. : ADVANCE, SAYS D. F. I very fact': Capital, Surplusand
I SIMMONSMr. that some women do not wish the .
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T4RwsHEi -0- vote is a prime reason not for forcing |
i Six convicts are employed in cleaning I I it on them, but for Undivided Profits .
I D. F. Simmons, a former resi- offering it to them j
up the ruins of the old court house I dent of Orange county, was in Orlando that by its voluntary exercise their j
in St. Augustine which was burned I j[characters be broadened and im-
I' yesterday, from his home in Palm may
some time I
When you buy varnish for your ago.Important Beach county, visiting his brother, proved."Up-State Press. 1
floors you hope that it will improvethe I -0- 0 I I Miles N. Simmons, of Conway. Mr. "Just ordinary trees may be cmpared to a com- j
appearance of those floors and meetings are being held pany with only its original capital. It has not
Simmons gets his mail at Ritta, Florida ROADS IN FAIRLY GOOD CON-
will be durable.
that it
by the Ancient City Guards in St. Au- been augmented by the profit of foresight or bus- J
but his home is on an island in DITIONNotwithstanding
Unfortunately much that is sold for I gustine preparatory to leaving on the o iness acumen, nor diminished by dissipation, lack
floor varnish won't realize that Lake Okeechobee, near the southeast
hope
20th for the annual tour of duty at I of thrift or losses.
for you.LaW9On'S. ;Black Point. canal outlet of the lake. He reports the heavy rainfallin
Lustro Elastic Floor+Varnish j great developments going on in that Florida for the past several days, Evolution means something. There is daily an j
has a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is I! -0I improvement in the of
the types animals and
easily applied because it works easily. It region. I roads generally are in fairly good men j,
is unequalled for durability and will not l A splendid new station has recently There are now three canals in operation ,condition, said Mr. Gray Rush, who plants. }
scratch white. It dnes absolutely dust-
free in from five to seven hours and gets been completed at Mount Dora, in I I and the level of the lake has !had just returned from Jacksonville, Trees that have been brought from the lower.
hard in twenty-four hours. Lake county, by the Atlantic CoastLine I been lowered. A cross-state railroadis I where he had been to bring two Ford ordinary type to the higher types may be said
As for economy. Lustro has a covering .
capacity that is wonderful. railway. The building cost six I I being built on the canal bank, run- :cars to this city. This was in answer to have accumulated a surplus.Our l'

Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor thousand dollars. ning out of Okeechobee toward West !to a query by the newspaper man.
Varnish at risk returnable I trees by the refinement of the of
our if unsatis-
factory. -o-- I t Palm Beach, which reduces the cost When Mr. Rush 'left the metropolis of process ;
bud selection, and by the perfection of our nursery -
The Standard Oil company is equipping of construction of the road immensely. the state he passed through St. Au-
Made by Valentine & Co. practice have not only the capital and the
its business at Macclenny with The canals are in active use for gustine, East Palatka, Crescent City,
but
surplus undivided
profits which
Manufacturers of the regular storage tanks, one for i fall sorts of small craft. Seville, DeLeon Springs, DeLand, and share. you may i1

VALSPAR and kerosene and one for gasoline, each of He reports Okeechobee City as Sanford, and with the exception of
SEND FOR OUR CATALOGthat ,
14,000 gallons capacity.0 I making almost fabulous advance in about ten miles which were very bad,
VAL-ENAMEL -0- building, the main industry of the he found the roads good. From Jacksonville you may know these refining, type betterment -

i Scottish Rite bodies in the Val- place being the export of fish taken I to St. Augustine, thirty-three I profiit-making qualities, and how theyare 1J
ley of Tampa are beginning to make ,from the lake. I miles, it is bricked the entire distance. imparted to the orange and grapefruit and
All to be had atFINLEY'S active preparations for their semi- Mr. Simmons is remembered as one I. other trees produced, not merely grown, by i

PIONEER PAINT annual reunion which will take place of the old settlers of Orange county.His You'll hear a man say "No, it 1j j ii

STORE the latter part of October. father, Wilson R. Simmons, a pioneer .doesn't pay me to advertise,as it ap- ,i
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. fought the Indians throughoutSouth !peals to too small a class of people."
Capt. R. H. McIntyre soldier Florida in 'And yet when the same man loses Lake Garfield NurseriesBartow 1
the Seminole Indian |his bunch of keys he rushes to the :
steamboat captain, and at one timeU. wars. (newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although A
S. internal revenue collector' dieda ) he knows that in the whole Florida
Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER few days ago at his home in Tampa. I wide world there is only one person I
Get the news In the Sentinel first. 1 who can possibly be influenced by his
He was 81 years of age. lOc. a week, delivered. ,"Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it?

The pumping -0-station at mine No. 5, I -- -I:

Prairie Pebble Phosphate company, I Arcade Pressing Club
Mulberry, was destroyed: by fire a few
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Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" nights ago. It is believed that the The Orlando Meat MarketT. Under New Management
plant will be immediately rebuilt.

A. YANCY, Manager
i WANT GERMAN IMPORTS I First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. Made right in
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP the shop. Guaranteed Fit. J
New York.-A general meeting of
importers interested in obtaining Florida and Western Meats Also Cleaning Pressing 1
Repairing
ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST goods from Germany and Austria has 1
been called here for some time next Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. And All Kinds of Alterations done f

ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. week to consider the British notes regarding -
I Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
I the detention of Americanships I
I and the Work called for and delivered. ,
cargoes by government.
/ Business (135 P. 0. BOX 226
.The meeting was called by the Baltimore PHONES Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. 1

Phone 204 I:. to executive consider committee what further of importers ef-- ]Phone 448 24 E. Pine St. :



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Your last chance on Men's Straw Hats, your choice of ALUMINUM SET, combination 4 pieces $1.50 value,

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.,
Saturday night $1.00Satuaday night 98 cents

Saturday night 10 cents
; ;! CUBE PINS, Black, White and Fancy, lOc. quality,

LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, white and colors, 75c. quality,
night 5 cents

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

; 't COLLAR SUPPORTERS, all sizes, stitched and embroidered, size 45x36,


Saturday night only 3 cents Saturday night 29 cents LADIES'and sand PUMPS tops,in 4.00 patent qualitySaturday and dull leathers with gray


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

Saturday night 5 cents to $7.00,


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 $3.50 & r


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

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

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South Florida SentinelMORNING SIDELIGHTS TIME Yesterday TO ACT.the Orlando Water and The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's OUR MID-SUMMER


AND WEEKLY By W. S. Branch.St. Light company made a tentative prop..

r:. GLENN ...............-.....EdlUr osition to the city for a White Way.
V C. ESSINGTON .....Bncinra Maniccr
While this proposition only starts the Select Boarding and Day
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando Flor- Augustine is going to the ex- ball rolling, yet it is food for serious School for Girls Sensation Sale
ida as Second Claw Mail Matter. treme limit of advanced commission
thought.In 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915

SUBSCRIPTION RATES government in hiring a city manager. the first place we will grant that Primary, Intermediate and Academic

Dan,. 1 Year ........................ '5.00 Other Florida towns will be much interested Grades
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2.60 the people of Orlando want a White :
Daily 1 Montha ...................... 125DaUy. in watching the outcome. Way. Then follows the plan of car- Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
1 Month ....................... 60 Men who brainy enough and hon- OF '
are
rying out the proposition. One of the Culture and Domestic Science.

Weekly. 1 Yew ...................... $1.00 est enough to manage a whole city most imperative things must be the For Catalogues address the Rector,

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN and satisfy the rank and file of the selection of a suitable post. One thatis Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M., READY TOVEAR( MilliNERY ANDMEN'S .
voters and are not to -
taxpayers easy durable, ornamental and inexpensive. Orlando, Fla. .
ADVERTISERS: find. We trust the "Ancient City" A White Way with an ugly ,

Copy for display and all ther ....d-Ht has discovered one. post would be an unsightly proposi-
advertisinga.t be handea in at the bucineu
..ffic. of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. -oWe -- tion that would be the cause of regret I FURNISNINGS
the day before publication. TU rule applies suppose that when Henry Ford for all time to come. Therefore, if FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
for contract it Iilavariable
to change : advertising:
and win be strictly adhered to.Sgbacribera gets that two hundred and fifty thou- you are interested in the propositionnow

desiring The Sentinel d&continued sand dollar mansion finished he will is the time to find out what plans NOW GOING ON I

should notify the office in writing on invite every person who owns a Fordto have been put forward and to interest
the date of expiration otherwise it. will be
go and have dinner with him. All
continued at the regular subscription rates yourself in the proposition or forever
until notice to stop is received. right, Hank. We'll start on the jour- after hold All Womens Suits, Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Muslin Underwear-in fact
Telephone Nnmb-r ...................... 21 whenever the word. your peace. everything of a Ready-to-Wear n.1.ture-vill go at prices that have never be-
you say
ney
o VANILLA fore been equalled. The difference between the former prices and the actual

SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE reduced prices are so great that it should command the immediate attentionof
Competition is the great stimulatorof 7th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PEACH every woman.

business enterprises. It is safe to THE STATE OF FLORIDAFOR Its cleaning up time with us, and while the loses are great, we take them
The who is willing to CARAMELICE
young man without a mumur.
ORANGE COUNTY
predict that the Jacksonville Orlando
,
go through life sawing on the second Just cogitate over these few items-note the reductions, then come and
and Tampa fairs will all be
fiddle will never lead the band. larger Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien CREAMS. see the goods.
and finer than would be if
they onlyone -
o City of Orlandovs.
Aim high. It won't be any harderon of them was to be held. OUR FAMOUS PALM BEACH SUITS FOR LADIES
--0-- The west half of Lot 1 of Block "A"

your gun to knock the feathers out We thought the closing up of the of Parramore's Addition.To $7.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . . .$ 1.75

of an eagle than to splinter' a barn road around the east end of Lake All Whom It May of Concern the : Solic- CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 1Ac. 12.50 SUITS FOR; . . . . . . . . .$9.50
door. Upon City
application
.
o Eola was a decided improvement and itor, it is hereby ordered that on or $15.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . $10.50

would add materially to the looks of before the September Rule Day next,
When the devil wants to run his 6 A. D. 1915 in said
being September ,
the We it be closedto
park. hope can .
WOOL SUITS
claws through a man and clinch them.on court, you appear to and answer the

. the other side, he makes him be- remain so. bill filed and set forth the nature of CLUB SANDWICH 25c. $18.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .11.50

lieve that fooling with booze won't --0-- your respective interests in, rights to, $22.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75
If the should end cotton would or liens upon real estate situate in the
hurt him.ExGov.. war City of Orlando and described in the 25.00: SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$16.25

o jump to fifteen cents.TimesUnion.And bill as the west half of Lot One of $27.50 SUITS FOR. . . . . . . . . .$17.50

Gilchrist is shelling the if all cotton should end the Block "A" of Parramore's Addition to We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed $30.00 SUITS FOR . . . ... . . . . .$18.50

woods with the 'steenth of the seriesof war would soon look like 30 cents. "C Orlando" as recorded Records in of Plat Book S32.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.00
pate 66. Orange and Delivered for All
pamphlets on "Why I am of Sena- -- -- County, Florida.It I $35.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . .$19.50

torial Calibre." He should mail one Phil. Armstrong is doing some ex- is further ordered that this order 17.50 SUIT, ONE ONLY, HALF PRICE . . . .$23.75
ceptionally good work'on the Times- be published in the South Florida Sentinel OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S
to John Beard of Pensacola.Pensacola -
Union these days.-Tampa Tribune. a newspaper published in said
Journal. TWO SPECIALS IN LADIES' COATS
city, once a week for four successive
Whadda ? "these

o ye mean days. weeks prior to said rule day. $8.75 FOR . . . . . . . . . . .$5.75
--o"A Witness hand and seal of said
West Virginia, after an experimentwith fool there was." But you do Circuit Court my this 6th day of August, $12.50 FOR . . . . . . . . . . .$8.75
labor the
convict on public
A. D. 1915.
not hear at
one saying just
roads, is satisfied that it pays finan- any pres- (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON,
SILK DRESSES All this Seasons Productions.
ent that he is the Emperor of Ger- ,
cially. The experiment extended over Clerk Circuit: Court, Orange County.

< period of ten months, half of which many. 8-7-\vk4t SS.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$5.75:

was in the winter time. S14.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$8.75

o THE SIGNS OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIlE $16.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$9.75
7th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Hillsborough's candidate for the PROGRESS.Have THE STATE OF FLORIDA 17.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.00

United States senate, Perry G. Wall, you every stopped to considerthe FOR ORANGE COUNTYBill $18.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.50

seems to be meeting with favorable signs of progress which daily SODA $22.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$12.50
in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien
comment at all points where he has greet you in our beautiful city? The of Orlandovs. $29.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$18.50

thus far visited. Come over this way, passing of the past few months have City $37.50 DRESS, ONE ONLY, FOR. . . . . . .$18.75
wrought many changes. Streets have A. B. Whitman.To .
Perry, and let us "give you the once
o\"er.-Pensacola Journal. been improved, a motor fire truck now All Whom It Jlay): : Concern:

answers the call of the once faithful Upon application of the City Solic- LIGIIT LUNCH
o horse. Ponderous trucks of whole- itor, it is hereby ordered that on or
What's the matter with St. Peters- before the September Rule Day next,
burg? Opposition to brick roads and sale groceries now supply the retailer being September 6, A. D. 1915, in said
daily. The business section has un- court you appear to and answer the
progress in Pinellas county seems to dergone almost daily changes in the bill filed and set forth the nature of ATTENTION !

be centering from that usually pro- your respective interests in, rights to, CONFECTIONSCIGARS
of
gressive city. The St. Petersburg way improvement. New stores, or liens upon real estate situate in .
new fronts, new businesses are con- the City of Orlando and described in
Times and the Independent are mak-
tinually being added. the bill as Lot Two of Block 2 of

ing a splendid fight against this op We boast of the only roof garden Poynter's Addition to Orlando, as recorded -
position.-St. Augustine Record. in Plat Book "C," pages 67
o theatre in the South. :Music and busi- and 105, Records of Orange County, SPECIAL BARGAINS
ness courses have been added to our Florida.It .
The Tampa board of trade invites
schools. Real estate sales the largestin is further ordered that this orderbe
commercial bodies throughout South published in the South Florida Sen-
our history. Two churches of
Florida to send representatives to a magnificent tinel, a newspaper published in said

meeting in Tampa August 12, at structure completed within city, once a week for four successive IN
the past few months. Hundreds of weeks prior to said rule day.
which it is expected to plan for a big
Witness my hand and seal of said
modern homes built. A constant increase -
South Florida fair in that city this Circuit Court this 6th day of August, Catering To Those
of desirable population.With .
winter, and set on foot other projectsfor A. D. 1915. GROCERY DEPARTMENT
these improvements have (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON,
the development of this section of
come better business. The summer Clerk Circuit Court,Orange County. Who Care
the state. 8-7-wk4t
business has been better than was I '

o ever known in the history of Orlando. SATURDAY NIGHT
"Go barefoot" was the advice of one e
The banks are in betetr shape than
of the speakers at the convention of
usually at this time of the With 7 to 10 '
year.
the American Osteopathic Associa- SEEDS! FEEDS FERTILIZERS!
these facts before us and the evidenceof
tion, at Portland, Oregon, and he pro-
ceeded to say that "no barbaric nation progressiveness on every hand, the ALL KINDS OF FRESH SEEDS FOR FALL PLANT-
signs of progress point to a greater
not even China, approaches the Orlando. ING ARRIVING DAILY
outrageous abuses of the feet which WASH DRESSES

American women inflict upon them- WE'VE BEENWONDERING. -o Get Our August Bulletin Tremendously Low Priced

selves. One may hesitate to accept Sole Agents for Guaranteed Pulverized Sheep Manure. $7.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$2.98
the advice and yet agree with the crit- ALL FINE LINGERIE DRESSES AT THE USUAL DICKSON-
What has become of the old fash- Nothing better for flowers, ferns, lawns and gardens.
icism of present day fashions in wo IVES CLEAN UP PRICES. COME EARLY.
ioned woman who burned trash in her

men's footwear. yard every Friday afternoon?-Pen- FULL LINE OF POULTRY FEEDS AND SUPPLIES

o sacola News. MUSLIN UNDERWEAROur fx

Every Sunday morning, the year
round, Samaritans in St. Augustine o Orlando Seed & Produce Co. famous La-Grecque Tailored Underwear, also the much
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
: talked-of Vanity Fair at Prices that will interest
distribute interesting papers, maga- On and after August 5th, 1915, I Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co. you.
zines, books and surplus Bibles and will not be responsible for any debts

Testaments the prisoners, made by my wife, :Mary Nell Crippen. CORSETSWe
among 8-7-6t A. H. CRIPPEN, JR. .
white and colored, at the county jail have the largest and most comprehensive stock in South

and convict camps. Also about fifteen Florida to select from, Royal Worcester, Bon Ton, American Lady,

homes with children in them receive l Madame Lyra, Gossard and Frolaset.

carefully selected parcels of I COME. LET US REASON TOGETHER This is not a mere sacrifice or a clean-up sale, but a profit-
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reading matter, supplied by the good ----7 sharing opportunity we are offering to our customers at greatly

people of that city. That's the kind We claim for our plan that it is CoOperativeright coming a permanent participator by paying an reduced
of work that most every one admires from the start. You don't have to wait until I additional $5.00 at the clase of the year, thereby prices. .
the end of the year for a dividend. You begin placing himself on the same footing as the one
doing good at home.A enjoying the dividend as soon as you make a who pays $10 at the start. SUMMARY

o purchase.The I We claim that this plan is ahead of the capital
staff correspondent of the Phila- money derived from the sale of these cer- stock, board of directors, manager, etc., plan, fort Everything in Ready-to Wear, including Middy Blouses, Brassiers, t '
tificates rill give us ready cash with which to many reasons among which are these: Aside Children's Dresses, Rompers and Kimonos. All go at Reduced
delphia Press, writing from Salem, make our purchases, insuring better prices to us, I from the small amount received for fees, a partor Prices.
N. J., says the farmers in that countyare and as cost to you is based upon cost to us, you all of which may be demanded at the close
allowing whole fields of potatoesto will derive a direct benefit at once; the larger our of six months, we will depend upon the small per-

rot rather than to the sales the larger our purchases must be, giving us centage of profit for our renumeration, and it MEN'S FURNISHINGS
go expenseof another advantage-in making purchases -which will behoove us to do all we can to build up the
digging them; peas are unpicked will be passed on to you; the larger the volumeof business; as one dissatisfied patron would do POSITIVELY THE LAST CUT ON PALM BEACH SUITS. ..$5.50

because the picking costs 12 cents a business the more cheaply it can be done, I more damage than we could hope to repair, it THE WORLD RENOWNED HART SCHAFFNER & MARX I
basket and the current market priceof therefore we agree to do business for 9 per cent I will be to our advantage to see that all get fair OF OUR SUMMER "
CLOTHES FOR MEN CHOICE
above cost as soon as our sales at cost amount i treatment, and do not become dissatisfied. We ,
peas in Salem on Saturday was ot $750 per week. This feature will be an incentive own real estate in the city, send our children to SUITS, COSTING FROM $20.00 TO $25.00 FOR . .$15.00MES'S
four cents a basket; and crates con- for every one to do all they can to buildup the public schools and are otherwise interested in

taining ten heads of cabbage are selling the business of the Company for as soon as the upbuilding of the city, making us desirous of
four sales reach that amount you will save an addi- holding your goodwill. As the business is centered -
at cents a crate-while the
tional $1.00 on each $100 spent with the firm, and in one person it enables you to get redress for STRAW HATS, LAST CALI--

hucksters sell them at five cents per if you are a purchaser of feeds, as well as provis- all wrongs, real or imaginary, much more quicklyand Choice of any Sraw Hat, from $2.50 to $5.00 for . .$1.00 1
head. ions, your purchases will soon ran to $100. You satisfactorily than you would if there werea
OUR SEMI-ANNUAL MANHATTAN SHIRT
o will readily see the "You help me and I will help I board of directors and various officials to take REMEMBER A
MOVE TO you feature of this plan. i the matter to. In other words if we prove to bea SALE LASTS THROUGH TO AUGUST 21.
To the person who wishes to embrace the priv- rascal you can more easily watch one rascal
ORANGE.My ilege in the provision department only we will than you can several.
my, but nearly every time we issue the Certificate of Privilege for $3.00 good I We will do our very best to find an outlet for Are you shy on Groceries? Give us a trial,

talk to the farmers, the successful for one year, and non-redeemable. To those who products of certificate holders at best prices pos- I &
do not feel able to tie up $10 we will offer this 4 sible. we'll hold your tradeDicksonlves
farmers, and go out on their farms option: $5.00 Certificate covering everything for i Can we tell you more about this plan?
and view the general farming possi- one year, non-redeemable, with privilege of be- '

bilities of this section of Polk countywe

feel like this is really the banner The Co-Operative Produce Company CO.I

county of Florida, and it almost I I
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makes us want to quit business in W. S.
DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
town and join the "back to the farm"movement.
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THE KIL KARE i Mrs. F. D. Carr and son, Allison ._-.....--. .. .- ..i. ,-
KLUB. Palmer, left Friday morning in their

The Kil Kare Klub met Thursday car for Jacksonville, and will proceed

afternoon with :Mrs. E. C. Bence and from there by rail to Danville Ky.,

enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon. where they will spend the remainderof
Beautiful cut flowers were used in the summer. They will ship their

decorating the home. Pink and white car to Kentucky for their use while ?' t ti 7G.f
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roses were uesd in combination with there.: One of the best pictures of the
asparagus fern and other greenery, --0-- i
thus giving an effective display of the Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles left Season U U

klub colors. last night for Jacksonville where they "THE RADIUM THIEVES"A
Games of many kinds served to will remain for several days. Mr. A Constant Reminder
while away a pleasant afternoon. A Giles was called to Jacksonville on Big Broadway Star Special a

Those hidden qual- the delicious hostess cream during course the was afternoon.served by of business Davis connected& Giles. with the law firm Feature complete in three great of friendship recorded in a link of precious metal. Limited only J
in number to the friends you have; each link is a complete braceletin 1
Owing to inclement weather and
Acts itself, and costs but 25 cents, engraved free.
ities which are the absence from the city of some of the Mrs. Jacob Mayer and two children Give and receive one in return. 1

members a full session was hardly Antoinette and Vincent, and Miss Lee ,
real of expected, but nine members of the Mayer will leave next week for Denver -
source re- ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. j
twelve answered the roll call. Each Colo., where they will remain Take a glance at this cast:- ,
one contribuetd something of interest some time with Mrs. Mayer's daughter -
sponsiveness and and special numbers were given com- Mrs. Schepp. Charles Kent, Leo DeLaney, Ibr [=01:1. .d) 1 1If

prising a piano duet by :Mrs. F. J. -
Leah Baird, L. Rogers Lytton,
flexibility will show Allen and Mrs. F. N. Boardman,piano Miss Elizabeth Branham will singat ;

solos by Mrs. J. A. Davis and Mrs.A. the Presbyterian church Sunday Gladden James, Denton Vane quality for a low price is an object 1
themselves beforeyou F. Wood, and Mrs. Chas. Phillips morning. Miss Branham has a pleas- our wall papers will win your favor.
and other Vitagraph stars. For the next 30 days we will offer for
attention with
olding a temperance ing contralto voice and sings with
sale 5000 rolls of Wall Taper
have been recitation.The much taste and cultivation. Vitagraph's Greatest Cast, all from lc. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
at next meeting will be held -0I -- time to buy, and do your papering
Thursday, August 19, at the home of I Dr. and Mrs. J. N. McElroy will in one picture. when you get ready.
the wheel five min- Mrs. F. N. Boardman, 104 Summerlin I leave soon for Knoxville, Tenn., in We also carry a full line of Iti h-
Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .
Place. their car and will spend some time in
invite you to call and inspectour
utes. -0-- the mountains of North Carolina be- stock.Orlando.
You Simply must this !!
W. C. T. U. HELD fore returning home. see

INSPIRING MEETING.The -

regular business meeting of Mrs. Allan S. Weathersbee left Paint & Wall Paper Co ,

the W. C. T. U. disposed of a sizeable yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic "WHEN THE TIDE TURNED"
205 S. Avenue
I Orange
budget, and found it necessary to Coast Line for Nashville, Tenn.,
plan for a short business session to where she will spend several weeks A Kalem Drama. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

It gets away In- occupy a part of the afternoon at the with relatives and friends. !

home of Mrs. C. II. next Fri- -0I --
Topliff AN -.MMMIIIMIIIHIMIMiMMMMI'The '. .. .. . .
stantaneously. The day. I Miss Eliza Wright left yesterdaymorning EXCEPTIONAL BILL

Committees for the state conven- to attend an Epworth League

tion were decided upon, Mrs J. L. meeting in Umatilla. Before return- New Ice
haveI CompanyPHONE
motor seems to Guernsey being the choice for the en- ing home she will visit Mrs. Douglas 5 cents 10 cents

tertainment committee.Two Ellerbe at Sanford. I
.
I more and still more new members were added to -- -- I I 675

the roll. Mrs. Huxtable: gave a very The Twentieth Century Club will be Monday: Charles Chaplin in "A
when interesting account of the work doneat entertained next Wednesday after- I
power occa- Winter Park in connection with noon at the home of Mrs. S. R. Hud- Jitney Elopement," "nuff sed." Delivery Daily

cigarette smoking. It was decided to son on East Washington street. i
sion requires. On I
; follow their plan of posting the anti- -o--
cigarette law. Dr. and Mrs. J. D. McEwan are Wait for our wagon. We think '

direct drive the Mrs. Smith, president of the Apop- spending some time at their delightful -
will like ice.
ka W. C. T. U, responded to a call camp on the north shore of Lake you our

speed can be varied for remarks in a very pleasing' and Conway.
encouraging vein. --

from low to high The attendance considering was the surprisinglylarge inclement York Marion city,Ives where leaves he expects today to for remain New ROOf GARDEN( ii The New Ice Company jj jjtetlltllllttlMMIMIMIMMIItltttlMllMMHilllll

weather, but all felt well repaid for until the middle of September.0 .

.with i exceptionalsmoothness. making the effort to come to the -

meeting. Among those leaving today for the .

Ob- -oIN North will be DeWitt Miller, who is
HONOR OF bound for New York state. TODAY

MISS BEACHAM.Mrs. IIIIMIIIIMIMItMIMMIiMltlllinitlMIMBiillliO
viously these features
Henry Wood was hostess yes- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

terday morning at a beautifully appointed "THE PARDON"

are the direct bridge luncheon given at her WANTED-Housework, by young
home on Woodfin street. Mrs. Wood white woman. Apply Route 2, Box A drama in three parts, featur- : i FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;

result of close, care- invited twelve friends to meet Miss 34, Orlando, Fla. 8-7-lt ing Thais Lawton.

Norma Beacham, who is spending the
WANTED six or seven room
ful manufacturing. summer in Asheville from Florida. house or bungalow. New house
I The house decorations were of yellow preferred. Will rent for the year.
I and white, a basket of the favorite 8-7-tfc.Address G. H, care the Sentinel. "LAUGHING GAS"A

summer flower, golden glow, orna-
menting each table. Ices and bonbons FOR Starlight Comedy.A .
SALE-Strong single wagon;
I; The Wheelbase is I were tinted yellow in harmonywith also small force pump, and water
CURTIS & O'NEAL
the general scheme. Mrs. Jeter tank, 8x10; in fairly good condition;

110 inches .C. Pritchard made top score, winning very West Central cheap. avenue Central, Orlando Gardens.Fla.820 Dress Pattern given away
first prize, a white leather hand bag. 8-7-3t

Mrs. B. Beacham, of Orlando, Fla., at nine o'clock tonight. Insurance Loans Real Estate : :

received as consolation a box of silk WANTED man of good address
hose. A hand embroidered bag was who is a member of the Masonic Rentals
fraternity to act as special deputy for
presented Miss Beacham as a guest the Masonic Life, of the District of The One-Price Theater
prize.-Asheville Citizen, Aug. 4th. Columbia. This is an ideal proposition j
and we have a liberal
-o- very con
tract to offer. For particulars ad The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
MRS. BRODWATER dress, giving three references, W. W. 1
ENTERTAINS Colson, Orlando, Fla. 8-7-2t ,
00 YOUNGER MATRONSThe
850. 10 cents 5 cents
Junior Matrons were delight- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
fully entertained yesterday afternoonat 7th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1
THE STATE OF FLORIDAFOR ESTABLISHED 1886
the home of Mrs. Thos. Brodwater. 11
f. b. Orlando Those present were Mesdames Gordon ORANGE COUNTY I Monday night, a three reel fea-
o. I
Wright, Davis Fishback, James Ma- Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien : .

gruder, Joe Cheney, and LeRoy B. City of Orlandovs.. ture.

Giles, Miss Alta
Wright and Miss tlllliilllllilillMIIMMIIIMIIIIIMIIIIiMIIIMIHtIt
The west 132 feet of south half of t
Alma DeLaney. southeast quarter of southwest quarter .
A Parisian ivory buffer was pre- of southwest quarter of section a
sented to Mrs. Gordon Wright, who 26, township 22 south, range 29 A 1

was the successful winner of the club east.
To All Whom It
Concern
May :
prize. The guest prize, a Parisian Upon application of the City Solicitor I
i ivory pin tray, went to Miss Alma it is hereby ordered that on or Melts in Your Mouth
f DeLaney. before the September Rule Day next,
being September 6, A. D. 1915, in said
After the conclusion of the game court you appear to and answer the
the hostess served a tempting salad bill filed and set forth the nature of !

course. your respective interests in. rights to, DAILY BULLETIN
'or liens upon real estate situate in the
-- -- City of Orlando and described in the z
SOCIETY NOTESOF bill as the west 132 feet of south half s
OrlandoAuto INTEREST.Mrs. of southeast quarter of southwest PEACH :
H. L. Beeman and Mr. Edwin quarter of southwest quarter of section VANILLA
26, township 22 south, range 29
Beeman will leave
soon for the Pa-
east.
SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL f
cific Coast, going by auto, Mr. Bee- It is further ordered that this orderbe
man planning to do the driving him- t published in the South Florida Sen- PINEAPPLE ::
self. This is an auto trip of the tinel, a newspaper published in said Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape Ice
city once a week for four successive
greatest magnitude ever attemptedby weeks prior to said rule day. CHERRY
Orlandoites, reaching from the extreme Witness my hand and seal of said CARAMEL
southeast to the northwest cor- Circuit Court this 6th day of August,
A. D. 1915.

& friends ner of the predict great for United them States.a very pleas-Their (Clerk Seal.)Circuit Court B. M.,Orange ROBINSON County., \Ve deliver from one quart up 1

ant journey and a safe return in the 8-7-wk4t 1.f

autumn. .
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: Miss Eva McQuaters, of the Orlando FavoriteTODAY'S i
public school force, has com- :
Supply Hand's Pure Ice Cream
pleted a six weeks teachers' courseat PROGRAM
the University of California, in
"The Old Derelict."
Maj.stic. A
Berkeley, and will visit in Oakland a drama. 1

r few weeks, attending the expositionin American. "The Indian's Change- Phone 566 and 666
Co. San Francisco, and then go to long."
Fresno to visit with relatives before Majestic. "The Little Matchmaker.
Keystone. "The Beauty Bunglers"Five
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AMBASSADOR AT CONSTANTINOPLE GOOD ARGUMENT: FOR BRICK WOULD BETTER THE RACE I DRYS WIN IN VIRGINIA I
"
WILL LEAVE I ROADSIf San Francisco, Cal.-"Eugenics and Richmond, Va.-Many wires are

Turin, Aug. 5.-The Gazette Del War," by David Starr Jordan, of.down as a result of a storm and returns -

Popolo announces that the Italian ambassador I the terrific fifteen hour deluge of Stanford University, and many other I from the Democratic primaryare FOR SALE

at Constantinople has decided Sunday afternoon and night playedsome addresses were on the program for I' arriving slowly. Sufficient defi-

to leave because he is not per- havoc in spots with the brick today's session of the National Con- 'j nite news has been received, however, A .

mitted to communicate with Italian paving in St. Petersburg, it certainly ference on Race Betterment, in session to make certain that the "dry" element -

consuls, and his life has been threat- created a veritable Yellowstone Na- here. will have a safe working majority I j Will offer for sale for a few days
marl
of the highwaysnear
ened. tional Park out There are too many frills in the I in the Virginia senate.
the city, according to reports schools, and not enough in- the
public With a large majority in the houseof property corner Orange Avenue,
those
to town
---- ---- - which were brought by
struction along practical lines, accord- delegates the drys concentratedupon
who were able to get into the city ing to a paper read to the conferenceby the wets and defeated Senator Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

ANNUAL MOUNTAIN !AND SEASHOREExcursion Lakeview avenue and Ingleside ave- Dr. Samuel G. Dixon, commissioner i Brock, Hobbs and Massie, listed by

nue present a succession of gullies, of health for the state of them as representing the "wets." It the skating rink property, for $26,000.

gorges, and canyons, fearful and won- vania. pennsYI-1 is possible T. S. Henning, of Pow-

derful to behold. The storm cut these I "The curriculum now used hatan, has beaten the veteran J. P. $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
two roads so that they were impassable -
!educators," Dr. Dixon said, Watkins, of Chesterfield. The senate
and although one of them is prac- I and interest at six
cent.
radical changes. We are teaching last year was evenly divided, Lieut. per
it does not show it
tically new now.
I much theory and not enough of the Governor Ellyson casting the decidingvote
The worst of it all is that the road- --
j practical, everyday occupations. for the "drys."
way is gone-washed entirely away, Dr. Dixon also discussed eugenics
I Yesterday's results insure the t
VIA that it would take Pinkerton detective
so a -
from the standpoint of sentiment. I"drys" enacting laws to out the
carry
I to find the hard surfacing out Ii "We can not afford," he declared, provisions of the enabling act passed C.A.HOVEY
Atlantic Coast Line of which the road was made. Advo-
cates of brick claim that where the ,"to discourage sentiment" in the selection i at a general election last year.
for marriage.
storm damaged that kind of a high- i I
Standard Railroad of the South PENSACOLA TO BUILD NEW
way, it at least left the material near(
SALT CONSUMPTION IN U. S. IS SCHOOL
by. None of the bricks were washed
Round trip rates from away, and it will not be a serious II 100 POUNDS PER CAPITAA I Pensacola, Fla.-Pensacola's new -- :

ORLANDO matter to fix any of the streets in St. YEAR school building will be built in block

I Washington, D. C.-Salt consumedin II 18, Maxent tract, and will cost $17-
The
Washington, D. C. ______$22.00 Petersburg.But arket' '
the United States amounted to 452. The contract
Norfolk, Va. ___________ 20.00 when the county commissionersmeet was awarded to
in Clearwater will 9,958,520,560 pounds during 1914, an the local firm of S. F. Fulghum, OF CLEANLINESS
Richmond, Va_________ 20.00 today they OF QUALITY
have real live to discuss increase of 41,575,800 pounds over (I whose bid was the lowest of the five
Baltimore, Md__________ 21.00 a subject OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
which will almost equal in importancethe 1913, the geological survey announced made for the work, and a thousand
Round Trip Rates from (I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
bond issue. It will be the ques- today. dollars less than the board of school ,

JACKSONVILLE'Vilmington tion of some several thousand dollars This means a per capita consump- I commissioners expected to pay. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

N. C. ______$12.00 of repairs made necessary by the tion of almost 100 pounds for the I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept free

Winston-Salem, N. C. ___ 14.00 storm of Sunday night. The subject, year. I Uncle Sam has a brand new torpedo and pure.

Hot Springs, Va________ 18.50 however, is not entirely disassociatedwith Sugar's per capita consumption during -I boat destroyer with 17,000 horsepower We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction.' We have

Roanoke, Va ___________ 16.25 the bond issue, for if that appropriation 1914 was 89.14 pounds. i I capacity. Now let us go over everything in the Meat Line
Chattanooga, Tenn _____ 13.80 carries, then some of the Salt production during 1914 in the and notify the warring nations to

Monteagle, Tenn _______ 15.05 repair work won't have to be done at United States was 976,911,160 pounds, :.cease fighting instanter or we will H. VdC. Self & Co.

Mammoth Cave, Ky_____ 17.95 all; it will simply be done away with valued at $12,971,358; imports were I blow the whole combination into king-

Warm Springs, Ga. _____ 9.00.by a brick highway.-St. Petersburg 261,609,320 pounds. I dom come immediately. PHONE NO. $0 PINE STREET

Tickets Sold August 11-Limit :Times.
i
August 29. I
FORAGE GROCERY CO.
i WHAT MAKES A HAPPY HOME? ,
I ARE YOUR CHILDREN LEARNING ?
For Information Call on WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MUSIC$
I have into "
D. W. WHITE D. T. A. peered quiet "parlors,
W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. where the carpet is clean and not old, These vacation days should be used to interest the

Orlando and into the"rooms"furniture where polished the and chairs bright are; Saturday and Monday SpecialsTRADE children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish!

neat and the floor carpetless; into everything in music and musical instruments. Musc! refines

"kitchens" where the family lives and WITH US AND YOU WILL SAVE MONEYWE elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous|
Get Behind a the meals are cooked and eaten, and
the and blithe GIVE QUALITY AND QUANTITY AND A SQUARE DEAL TO ,duties of life.
boys girls are as as
I IV.
CPeUk4ow1and the sparrows in the thatch overhead; EVERYBODY \ S. BRANCH '
,
and I see it is not so much wealth
enjoy a really cool, dry, tweet I I- and learning, nor clothing, nor ser- Granulated Sugar' 16 pounds.1.O0 THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
smoke. The Wellington Pipe won't Kingan's Sliced Breakfast Bacon, 1 lb. box ... .................. .30 I_
boil, won't get foul. vants, nor toil, nor idleness, nor town, Best (lam. per pound .......... ... ...... .............. IS and .19 ,
:; Mad In nor country, nor station, as tone and Smoked Shoulder, per pound ... ... .. .. ... ...... ... ....... ... .ld
l jIle AmericaCome'm temper, that render homes happy or Blue Valley, Gold Seal and Fox River Butter, per pound .....-.. .35 SKATING RINK
andpickyourh' wretched. And I too, that in Tub Butter per pound .. .............. ........................ -32
/: see I Lard in bulk, per pound ..................................... .10
TocHe ihape.25e.35r J0c..w. \ town or country good sense and God'sgrace I' Large pail Lard .. .................. ........................ .91: \ _
;' make life what no teacher or' Lard, 50 pound pail ......................................... 4.00

'accomplishment, or means, or society, Dry Salt Bacon, per pound ........ ......................... lOc. up LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES. I '
I can make it-the opening stave of an Pillsbury's Best Flour 24 lb. sack ............................. 1.10
everlasting psalm; the fair beginningof Pastry Flour 24 pound sack ..". .... .............. ....73c.; to 1.00Irish DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
I Potatoes, per peck 23c.; half bushel, 45c.; bushel.-. .85; -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
an endless existence; the goodly, Irish Potatoes, Full Barrel ................................... 1.85 !
ISayALYou : modest, well proportioned vestibule to 7 cans baby size Van Camp's Cream .... ...... ............ ..... :23; INSTRUCTORS. :
a temple of God's building that shall 7 cans tall size Van Camp's Cream .... ... ... .................. ..'}o
never decay, wax old or vanish away. 4 cans No. 2 Tomatoes ............................,.......... .25 Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.301p.tn.
want to see this new -Irish World. Tall Pink Salmon, lOc. per can; 6 cans for ...................... .55
i; Can Corn 3 cans for ............... ..... ................... .2;) Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson'St.' I
package Spider is introducing to California Table Peaches, 3 lb. can .. ...... ................ .15
SWEET POTATO RESPONDS TO ''I'' All Soaps, including Ivory, Fels Naptha, and Sweetheart, 6 for.... ._;5
the market-its the''swellest CULTIVATIONThe Quaker Corn Flakes, 4 for .................................. .. .25
J sweet potato is very accom- Welch's Grape Juice, per quart, 40c.; per pint, 22c.; half pint .. 14 ADMISSION: 10 CN'S

thing out in the way of little modating in that it grows fairly well WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF ALL KINDS SMOKED MEATS, Etc.
FEEDS
Cigars. with a little cultivation, but it is still

more accommodating in responding to Corn, per sack ............................................ 2.00
See him at the Oats, per sack ...... ........... ............ ........... ..." 2.00
proper cultivation. C. K. McQuarrie, Shorts. per sack ..................... ................... .... 1.75
state agent for the University of Beet Pulp, per sack .......................................... 1.7;) ORLANDO ROOFING
j Florida Extension Division, thinks the Cotton Seed Meal, per sack ..................... .......... ... 1.25
: farmer takes the sweet Chicken Feed, per sack .......................... ..... 2.00 and 2.15 ANL::
Good and Bad average potato Molasses Feed per sack ............................1.65; best 1.75
too much for granted and so Bran, per sack ....... ............... ............. ... .. .. 1.55 '
does not cultivate it enough. SHEET METAL CO
StoreOrange On account of limited space we are unable to quote all of our prices,
Cigar The object of cultivation is to keep
I but call and investigate and you will see that our prices can not be
down weeds, aerate the soil and in
Avenue dry weather to conserve moisture. equalled in Orlando. Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos *
i
,
I New land does not require so much

,cultivation generally seeded as old to since weeds.it is Cultiva-not so The Forage Grocery Company and Rubber Roofings


tion is particularly necessary when THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Cornices Skylights,.HeatIng, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings.
the plants are young because the TELEPHONE 63SW.

weeds can readily get the upper hand
:I before the vines have covered the Works: 14 E. Church St. .- a2- 'Q1' ORLANDO
i
Bargain ground. This cultivation should be

kept up only until the young potatoes F. AYRES E. R. AYRES
form. Later working the soil will interfere I Proprietors and Owners

I II I with their growth and the development -

I of the root system. I
Daytona Beach HotelON Tops Backs Cushions

I LONDON PAPERS CUT DOWN ,
OCEAN BEACH
New house, 8 rooms and bath. SIZELondon.Decreased
from Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red Curtains, Celluloids, Bows
revenue
Location perfect, 4 blocks from
advertising and a shortage in the sup- Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished '

center of city, east side. ply of chemicals necessary for the I Single and en Suite PAINTING .
maintenance of white paper have resulted -
For quick sale $3000. Cash or in an agreement by the pro- Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold

terms. -,prietors of London's newspapers to Shower Baths, Free to guests
reduce the number of pages.
The Post today contained ten pages, Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week
I Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
while the Times, Telegraph and the Dinners 50 cents

Standard contained twelve. Some of BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE, Mgr.
these two cent dailies frequently have
CARL DANN
printed twenty or more pages since

the war began. )

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Phone 617
Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet
Directory is the Greatest Want Room 14, Yowell-Duckworth
Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161

Building
Terms Cash in Advance.
,
Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES .

For One Day ______________25t
.... For Three Days ____________50c DAVIS & OILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$2.50 FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW
1 This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad contains !
more than 25 words the rate
C::f4. I will be one cent per word for Phone 172 Phone 72
each additional-word for each in-
I sertion.If i.
Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5 6 7 8 O'Neal Block
Y you can't bring yoar ad to ,
r cwr tt.y R II the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
opened by telephone will be
payable' the following day.

.I'I Every Home-.E>ery Business J. M. CHENEYATTORNEYATLAW Victor Starbuck
Man for
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Phone 87 161
FOIL SALE
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I MULES FOR SALE Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth No. 6V.. Pine St. Orland, Fla.

Pair nice mare mules in good condi Bldg. I
lion suitable for farm or heavy haul-
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc
F. A. PEPPERCORN .
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
one quarter mile from city limits; BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
1 very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. ,
6-9-tf Phone 716 37 I


Mary Sunshine Starts the Day With a Smile FOR RENT Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-

FOR RENT Cheap, a comfortable Bldg
home, with a few acres land, in
Knowing that she does not have to struggle with coal or wood fire she can steal that extra city. Inquire COG West Central ave- L. Percival Hutton
half hour in bed which she so much enjoys. She goes down to a cool kitchen, strikes a nue. 8-5-3t
match and the breakfast is cooking. The breakfast is prepared and eaten in cool comfort
Furnished 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
FOR RENT and unfur- SURVEYINGPlating I
because there is no overheated range to make a furnace of the home.
I nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A.
and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
Her baking is done in a convenient, clean oven which she can keep at the right temperature Knox. 7-9-tf
which is never too hot and never too cold. She can cook a whole meal with one flame. And then WANTED McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
the dish washing is so easily accomplished. She has plenty of hot water on tap, although you may won- PROMPT AND ACCURATE
der where she gets it as there is no kitchen fire, no fire in the furnace. WANTED-By a good cook place' for WORK Florida. I}

The secret of all this convenience and comfort for Mary Sunshine is that she uses Gas for two months. Can furnish best of Member F. A. A. .
fuel. She has a Cabinet Gas Range, a Gas Water Heater and a Gas Iron. She knows that true home com references and begin work at once. HAL A. IRISH : i
fort comes from the use of Gas and at the end of the month her household accounts balance on the Landonia Singleton, Terry street. .
I right side for Gas is the most economical of fuels. 8-6-3t Civil Engineer a

Watch Mary Sunshine. She will tell you more about this wonderful household convenience. WANTED-To make transformations,
curls and switches from the comb- 47 Watkins Bldg 7 Orlando, Fla. ---:- ....
of hair. Mrs. E. s t
ings your own By
Roberts, 33 West Church street. I

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO BUYERS AND SELLERS I Phone 72
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., -
I
GAS .DEPARTMENT over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see me. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.To I
OPTOMETRIST \
.. ---.J and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDA
reduce our stock as much as pos.
sible by the 15th, will give a discount WZ FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES .
of 25 per cent. off our regular cash Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
price on any goods in store. Ham- ORLANDO, FLA.wAIrER orncAi.REPAIXOTG 1
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf
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Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while you wait," at Young's Repair Harness Makingand
: Shop. 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Cut Flowers

H SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES ,: FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn RepairingAll ,
swings, and all kinds of carpenter and Plants

work Church, go street.to Tracy & Moore 7-25-1moc 18 East kinds of leather repairing, suchas

Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Floral Designs A
OCOEE, FLORIDAAll A. B. Cook & Co., No. 30, Watkins Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
Block, make a specialty of business 1
opportunities and income investments.If Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
you have a paying business or get your scissors sharpened.
property yielding a regular income 25 West Church Street, in Hopkins
for sale describe same fully' and write Violet Dell Florist.
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- the company. Relations confidential. I Shoe Shop.

fine condition the lowest 8-5-6td-ltw W. A. BOSTON
fruit Trees in at very NOTICE 7-20-12t J. M.. CARUTHERS

prices :: :: :: :: The office of Gordon's Transfer has Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
been moved from No. 8 East Church RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
"- street to 201 South Orange avenue,
just around the corner, in the Yancey Located in the Arcade Building
meat market building. Will be gladto All work guaranteed and neat- ..
The rainy season is the best time to set accommodate our friends and cus- ly done. Our work is the best
tomers the same as usual. 8-6-6ti CLINT BASSPHONE
and our prices are the lowest.
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep I
The hired girl has went-she was This is the place to have your 375

one year's growth in advance of trees set hired, she was tired, she was fired; old clothes made new. '
fall. I but smile-.you can get another by Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit West Jefferson Street

t next using our want ad. column.A dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit :Successor to

pressed _____________40c.
REAL NECESSITYNo All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Hand Wood Company e

Send for Description List and lowest individual with anything to sell' pressed ____________50c
j today Catalog, or trade can successfully find a buyeror Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Wood of AlllKInds} :

the above address trader without the aid of the Sen- We do ladies' work also. Giveus
prices to PROMPT SERVICE
trial and be convinced.
tinel want ads. Remember that its a
circulation represents five-sixths of Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE

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: Mrs. E. Lee Smith, of Apopka, was
Expositionand to carry a visitor in town yesterday.Mr. PAY YOUR BILLS

"travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They are I
accepted like currency at hotels,ticket offices,and the best stores andshops. James L. Giles left last evening : I
; last countersign a cheque and pay your till. Issued in for New York where he will spend .... .
$13, S2C, $50 and $100. several days on business.Mr. [ BEFORE THE 10th TO

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[ C. D. W. Brown, of Tampa, -
representing Allen
k 1 BACheques & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
the Clyde Glenn company, : W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
:1 /f; (American Bankers Associdton) i is spending today in Orlando.If Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
: City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies. ..
you spend $10 a week you save John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
$10 a year by asking for savings : J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
1 b T av "A.BA."Cis,1lJi11l checks. 8-1-tf Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept. .
ccrpleJ .,he avenue and Arcade building. Store. t
., '1i Rr b, L Ez/KMC.OII>e G--0. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Burr, were : I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
: prominent citizens of Altamonte, J. A. Caplinger, Electrician.CoOperative Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
r spending yesterday in Orlando.Mr. Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor. A
t. : Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.
, T. P. Robinson Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.
A. H. McIntyre, of Dunedin, is : Our Grocery Company.
in Orlando today in the interest ofthe .
Skinner Manufacturing company. : They will give you back 2 cents in Savings

[ : Checks for every dollar you spend with them '
Benham
Mrs. Dwight who has been
visiting her daughter, Miss Ruth, returned : in cash or if you pay your bill by the 10th of
yesterday to her home in Crescent -
: the month, therefore
i City.If
if

ii you spend $10 a week you save Ask for SAVINGS
' $10 a year by asking for savings
'ft t checks. 8-1-tf CHECKS..

! Mr. D. F. Freeman, general agent
for the Atlantic Coast Line, spent GpOD FpA GpaD FpA
yesterday in Orlando on railroad busi- '
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ness. FOR DEPOSIT i 1 FOR pEDOSIT ? '
t i !! rC a IN THE IN JMESAVINGSDEPARTMENTOF
k $A VINGSDEDARTMENTOF
rfk MP> Mr. M. B. Craig, the popular representative THE e THE "
of Sharp & Dohm, whole- .. PEOPLES NATIONAL 0p O \ PEOPLES NATIONAL ti C
I \ BANK \O' yr BANK
f sale druggists, Baltimore, spent yesterday .. OQ( NDO F Oq(INDO f Op\Q I
f in Orlando calling on the ..

t The State Bank of Orlando trade. .: Then don't keep them at home but deposit
Miss Kate Williams left yesterday
for Orlando where she will be the : them at once so they will earn 4 per cent in-

t guest of her sister for the coming : terest for you in the Savings Department of the
week, probably returning next .
.. _. Wednesday.-Lakeland Star.
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f- Mr. T. P. Toland-, commercial rep- i Peoples National Bank 4

! resentative of the Seaboard Air Line,
with headquarters in Jacksonville,
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men spending yesterday in Or- !!'
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If you spend $10 a week you save
$10 a year by asking for savings .1
checks. 8-1-tf : PACKARD Wins Grand

Mr. Warren Akers, a prominent
and successful attorney of Nashville, :
"ELDER" who was called to Orlando on account : Prize at San FranciscoThe j
of the death of his father, Col. C. FAkers :

! in Tennessee.Mr. returned. yesterday to his home .

only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan- .

Spring Water W. L. Story, wife and three ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor '
children, Misses Kate, Lena, and Master -
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were both awarded to PACKARD.It
Willie, were in Orlando yesterday;
from Winter Garden. They left on is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the qualities -

r the 2:43 train for Asheville, N. C., of permanent success that are back of the new j y
e E Is a standard for where they will remain until fall. --


I purity, aids diges- Mr. Jas. E. Lynes, who has been Packard Twin-Six
spending several days in this section,
t tion and eliminates left yesterday afternoon for Arcadia 1 -

E where after a short stop he will return -
r acidity. :: :: to Boston, Mass., where he will --
r, look after the business of Sweeney, -,

f. This being accomplished a world of sick Lynes & Company.If ,
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ness Is saved Nature provided Spring Water San Garage
you spend $10 a week you save
f and Spring Water alone for mankind and $10 a year by asking for savings '-

r-. nothing can take its place.BEGIN checks. 8-1-tf :

Mrs. C. M. Mallett left yesterday -
t NOW'i morning for Jacksonville where she DISTRIBUTORSMMIIIM :.

will sail on the Clyde Line boat, ..

thence Apache, for New York, and from .. \ . . ,. .. .. . .. . .. .. ._. .... (
i go to Boston where she will

f Elder Spring Water Co. spend friends.several weeks Mr. Mallett visiting accompa-relativesand 11111111111111..1. ..

nied his wife as far as Jacksonville.
f ORLANDO, FLORIDA Who Will Be Your Executor?

Tax Collector W. E. Martin and )Ir. :
1 Phone WRIGHT 444
Earl Vick left yesterday by auto for I
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Jacksonville. Mr. Martin will prob- ASWER0.. 2
ably return today, but Mr. Vick, who '
r is the efficient dispatching clerk in : Your estate may be materially impaired as a .
, the Orlando postoffice, is enjoying a I II direct result of the appointment of an executor ; : .
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HIIIIIIMnillitetlltMltMMMtllMMHItlllltllHIAUTHORITIES vacation of two weeks and he may decide ; trustee. t 4 Y
to while the time away at some I When an individual is appointedThe :-

t of the nearby resorts. financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .

in wills that the person ; ,.
is usually provided
t E Guests registering at the San Juan
f nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
r hotel yesterday included J. O. King,
. J. L. Lawrence, M. L. Benedict, Dr. from giving bonds.
F. E. Elmer, J. H. Holcombe, Tampa; When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex- .
; DIFFERAs
J. E. Richards, East Orange, N. J.; pense of the estate, and then only partial security <'
Chas. E. Lochmer, Newark N. J.;
against loss is provided. ,
T. P. Toland, Hal. Estes H. C. Cant- t.?
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis well, C. E. Beloate, M. B. Craig, Jack- When a Trust Company is selected

a certain period in the lives of most of us when our sonville; T. Magruder, New York. The positive advantage of strong financial re- r ;'

dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with sponsibility is secured. z+ 1 .iir ,,
Diamonds.A Mr. J. B. Lawton, Jr., will arrive in A bond which has behind it the entire financial
Orlando today from Jacksonville, hav- strength of the Institution is always filed with. r:
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of ing in custody Eugene'Robinson, colored the Probate Court at no cost to the estate. i.

pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. who is wanted in this county; Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue :
May we pilot ;your matrimonial bark? charged with illegally selling liquor. of this newspaper.
Mr. Lawton, who was a former dep- Y 1ti :.
uty sheriff in this county, will assist .
Sheriff Gordon with the affairs of : Come in any time and freely ask for further l f t
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the office until Deputy Sheriff Pee!, : f information on this vitally important subject i
who broke his leg son e time ago, re- I A You are always welcome, and our officers are alI :

T. H.J1EVANS covers. ways glad to advise. :


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