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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 8, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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VffeUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1915. NUMBER 153.





GERMAN OFFENSIVE GATHERS FORCE ;





CHAOS REIGNING IN HAYTI ONCE MORE



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BELGIANS YSER TO SOUTH FORCED OF ACROSS DIX- j!AUTOMOBIIEPUNE G GI i IMRS. W. W. PATRICK DEAD TWO MORE-HAYTIEN SOL-

MOTOR SPEEDWAY( A Y T DIERS KILLED
RESIST-
MUDE YESTERDAY
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INTO I LAKE LUCERNE AT PINE CASTLEPASSED ING DISARMAMENT

PRINCE HAMMERING T ARGONNE E I I --

JOHN SCHNARR'S CAR GOES LIFE TOll IN AWAY FRIDAY ELECTION OF PRES. IS POSTPONEDReolutionary
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i INTO LAKE YESTERDAY
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Mines Exploded Under Parapetsof FUNERAL TODAY AT

French Trenches Give I MORNING OAK RIDGE Factions Active;

Opportunity for Temporary Was Going Slow at Time to Tennessee Will Arrive onWednesday

Gains I Avoid Head-on Collision BETWEEN SPEED[ S Pioneer Resident of Orange With 850;

I County; Here Since 1858; !
Additional
i With Another Car- Marines
London, Aug. 7.-That the new j! No One Injured Many Relatives in

German offensive in the west is gath- County and State Washington, Aug. 7.-.\ report to

ering force at the two vital extremes I][ Yesterday morning about seven ONE the navy department today indicates

of the battle front made itself intensely .I o'clock as the automobile of Mr. John CARRANZA WILLTALK HURT, One of the oldest of Orange coun- I that the condition in llajti is again

evident today when the Ger-i i ty's pioneer residents, Mrs. W. W. I chaotic and that Admiral Caperton
mans forced the Belgians Schnarr was coming slowly into Lu- i has been forced to establish a
t across the Patrick, passed away quietly at her prac-
Yser to the south of Dixmude and the cerne Circle from South Orange ave- I kcal' dictatorship over the island.
( NOW home in Pine Castle Friday afternoon.
crown prince's army again assaulted nue, in trying to avoid a head-on collision DARIA! RESTA $ | The revolutionary factions are still

the French key position on the Ar- ''j with the car of Mr. D. G. )IcI Mrs. Patrick had been failing for I active and in the recent efforts of the

gonne front. some time and her death, though a j j American forces to restore peace two
Kay, it ran down the embankment and
This latter action, directed against I Speedy sad loss to her family, relatives and I i additional Haytien soldiers have been
PEACE (j
into Lake Lucerne. Mrs. Hester Hal- '
Hill 213 by the forces under commandof man, friends, did not come altogether as a ; killed while resisting an attempt to
the Kaiser's son, was followed I'lock was in the car with Mr. Schnarr I,disarm; them.
surprise.Mrs.
through after an intense cannonade '''and was driving at the time of thei Others I|I Admiral Caperton has reported that

with heavy guns, and the explosion of i I accident. They were on the way to WILL NOT "MATCH VOTES" Mile :: Patrick's maiden name was I the election of a new president which

two mines directly under the Mr. Schnarr's WITH Ivey. She settled in the neighbor- I was to have been held tomorrow has.
parapets I place of business from VILLA AND hood of Orlando in
of the French advanced trenches their summer cottage on Lake Con- Chicago, the year 1858 been postponed, and it is understood
the I ZAPATA driving when her parents moved here from :that Admiral Capterton ordered the
on slopes of the hill. I I way where the family are at present a
Two : and the northern part of the state. She election deferred until conditions be-
attacks speed
by massed forces resulted living. The car had just passed purse
in the Germans gaining (I Ii 'automobile,I and an HE MUST BE er on the married W. W. Patrick and they later come more normal.
a was nearing the en- SUPREME IN MEXICOThis I settled
near Pine Castle, where the
The Tennessee
temporary foothold on the French i I i trance to Lucerne Circle when the for the world's with 850 marines
trenches, from which they were later I machine of Mr. McKay's swerved into I race, in which family has since resided and where aboard, is expected to reach Hayti

expelled by a French counter at- I the avenue, which is very narrow at Government Will Insist ney Oldfield Mr. Patrick died not long since. next Wednesday or Thursday. The
tack. I this Resta did the Always of a cheery disposition, Mrs. American forces on the island will
: intersection, with the result as That He Meet Enemies on ;
Patrick
numbered
and his official her friends by the then number '
above approximately 3,000. ;
stated.
[ The engine of Mr. Common Ground score, for her bright nature always -,
Says
was
;
Paris, Aug. 7.-The chamber of I,Schnarr's car had been stopped, otherwise miles per hour. j
on the alert to pick out the EXPERT SODA
deputies, by a vote of 417 to 13, the occupants might have been Lansing Cooper WATER DISPENSER -
I pleasures of life, and to help smooth
adopted a resolution this afternoon Burman in his
seriously injured. As it was they escaped I the
over sorrows of others.
which authorizes the French and 7.-General Car- in third, and -
govern injury, save the thrilling Washington, Aug. She
ment to requisition all the ished several leaves two sons and seven Mr. Henry W. Davis, of Atlanta, is
wheat and.experience they were none the worse, ranza has informed the state depart-
corn in France. after landing on terra firma. ment that he is willing to confer with daughters to mourn her loss. The expected to arrive in Orlando the first
Des Moines, names of the children are MesdamesC. of the week to accept a position at
Mrs. Hallock retained her grip representatives of Villa and Zapataon
on
TilE WEATHERFor the ing driver is F. Johns, Howard Preston, F. G. McCracken's. Mr. Davis has been ,
steering wheel which kept the car the subject of the establishing of
expected to live, McCraney, Geo. Knudson, Fred Mann, connected with the welt known firm of :
from turning over or precipitatingthem peace in Mexico and that he will
Florida: Showers today; variable into the water, which would guarantee safe conduct to the envoysof ici&ns:wba.. Paul Macy, and James Neal, and Nunnally, and comes to this city high- '

winds, mostly north over north j probably have caused death or terrible the other leaders whenever the day's 300-mile I Messrs. George and John Patrick. recommended as a young gentle- ./
portion, possibly increasing. injury. conference is arranged.He Des Moines I Two brothers, John Ivey, of Orlando man and an expert soda water dis-

I I ')Ir. Schnarr does not attach any informed this government, how- injured. and R. A. Ivey, of Kathleen, and penser.

blame to anyone. The accident was ever, that he would not participate ina Ralph De three sisters, Mrs. Martha Roberson
It
Might Have Been one of those unavoidable ones and convention such as that held at cording to the and Mrs. Mary Patrick of Orlando, Ban On
ment of the and Mrs. Susan Dorsey, of Bartow, Treating
i happened at a place where steps will Aguas Calientes, where the questionsat !
Either a smoking cinder or some probably be taken to secure better issue were put to a vote. question as to survive Mrs. Patrick. In addition to
after an official these immediate relatives there are Liverpool, Aug. 7.-Treating has
other near blaze was the apparent protection. As Carranza expressed it to the de-
cause for the alarm of fire which I Neither of the occupants was hurt I partment, he has no intention of time tape has up"i number of grandchildren and several been made illegal in a new and dras-

nor the car damaged. I "matching votes with Villa and Za- It is thought great-grandchildren. tic order regulating the sale of liquorin
called the department to the vicinity I j pata. Some time in the future, Car- will be adjudged Mrs. Patrick's loss will be mourned, saloons and clubs here.

01 Ute coast Line Depot last night. FOUR FISHING SMACKS SUNK ranza told this government, he will Joe Cooper, only by these near relatives, but
in by all of the pioneer residents of the Credit also has been abolished.
It might have been the desire of some London, Aug. .-The British fish- make a formal application for recog- a Sebring car
when county and state by whom she The period in which liquor may be
the was
one to see the big motor truck dash ing smacks Hesperus, Ivan, Ces, and nition by the United States, as soon
down the broke as he known and loved for her many noble. sold is limited to five and a half
thronged business district at Fisherman have been sunk, as he establishes his government in
,
presum-
:
hours
of character. day.
the hour when the crowds are great- ably by German submarines. The Mexico City, which will probably be home stretch on per t
est on Saturday night. crews were landed today. within the next few days. Billy Chandler Funeral services will be held this

Whatever the incentive, the result From these declarations the state berg car, was morning at Oak Ridge cemetery. FOR TAMIAMI TRAIL '

was satisfactory. The truck "went department interprets Carranza's at- when his

some," the throngs of machines and Parole Abe Reuff titude that he is willing to talk peace front tire on the Sinks Italian SubParis I Miami, Fla., Aug. 7.The Tamiami

people followed till they all congre- with Villa and Zapata but peace can Trail will have its route in this city
gated at the station and 1 be ARRIVED by way of the Twentieth street exten-
then quietly | San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 7.-A not arranged unless his supreme
dispersed, being satisfied that if there I for the parole of Abraham petition acy is recognized. Aug. 7.-The Italian subma- sion, according to an important

had been a fire it would have been i Rueff, who was convicted of offeringand Secretary Lansing indicated today As announced Nereide is reported to have been change in plan made in conference between -
quickly extinguished.DRS. that he does the Sentinel, the Dade county commissionersand I
who is now serving a fourteen- not consider the offersof in an encounter with an Aus-
Geo. A. the Tamiami Trail commissioners.The .
a bribe to a San Francisco supervisor, Carranza sufficiently broad to cov- submarine off the island of Pel-
BUCKMASTER Hawkins, who route is to be surveyed at once.
AND BRUNT er the sort of this
plan
year sentence in San peace gov-
Quentin
prison, in the Adriatic
,
sea according
DAGE BUY FIXE RESIDENCE is again before the board of ernment believes' to be necessary in there arrived in The proposition now is to designatea
directors, it prison order to permanently settle the Mex- terday two tired a special dispatch from Rome. new road and bridge district within
was announced
Cooper & Atha closed a deal yester- Rueff has served four today. ican problem. George The Nereide, which was built in Dade county, according to the bound-

day with the above named gentlemenfor five months, which, with credits years and for Secretary Lansing made plain the : Hutchinson, just was 134 feet long, with a beam aries of the county after Broward is
14 feet and of 315 eliminated, and call election for
the running time displacement an
McAuley residence No. view held
403 S'I I good behavior, constitutes half his by this government on the
itself. Her time comple- the issuance of bonds in the
gross. peace aggre-
West
street. The house
which
is a two sentence. subject, is that Zapata, Car- t
This was 17 men. gate amount of $250,000. Of this
trip was
story bungalow style of architecture ranza and Villa each control certain

containing eight rooms, and is one of REV. McKINNON TO JACKSONVILLE territory, and each must participatein of roads-good, amount, it is proposed to set apart
the choicest in this Not a single TO BE REPRESENTED $175,000 to build this end of the high-
properties sectionof any new government if it is to be ,
the city. This sale adds two more permanent. veloped on the way to the Lee county line, and the
some record for Washington, Aug. 7.-The republic remaining $75,000 to build along the
permanent families to Orlando. Drs. j i Dr. J. F. McKinnon will This means that the United States
leave this The roads of Ecuador will be represented on the north bank of the Miami canal, in the
Buckmaster and will insist
Brundage that
came to i i evening for Jacksonville where Carranza meet with
he
has
high commission uni- event Broward
above on votes its bonds
the county
( Orlando December 1, 1914, to Villa and Zapata l
spend ;: been called to the on common ground
bedside of
I his Tennessee and of laws relating to trade and for its part of the trail. .
their vacation with Dr. Buckmaster'sfather. and give them
nephew, J .W. McKinnon a voice in the settle
I an attorney subjects of interests to South,
parison can be
They were so favorably impressed of Madison, Florida ment of Mexico's affairs.BASEBALL .
with Orlando and surrounding I'I a serious who is to undergo inson. The trip and North America, accord- New books: 'Athalie," by Chambers -

country that they decided to locate ing. Rev. operation Monday morn- most of the way, to a message received today. ; "Seven Darlings," by Morris, 1
here. : McKinnon expects to be RESULTS injr the bad minister of finance will act 'and others. Curtis & O'Neal, book I
absent from the
city for several days. parts of the chairman of the delegation. 'and music store.
National League
states. :Mr.:

Bid For Balkan Support Is Made Cincinnati Pittsburgh 4 9-6, New, Philadelphia York 5. 0-0. booster Dodge car for it.and "We Bow To Divine Law"CountAu \ :

I Chicago 3, Boston 2. I :1

By The Allies In Several CapitalsNish St. Louis American 6, Brooklyn League 4. ENJOYING Revoir To Warsaw-Russians .


New York 1-4, St. Louis 6-4; sec- Mr. A. D. -
Serbia.-Another step in the friction between the Balkan States ond game nine innings, darkness. people
at the San Juan London, Aug. 7.-A dispatch for unhappy Poland. The Pol-
effort to bring about a Balkan agree- and in establishing an entente be- Boston 2-6, Cleveland 0-2. ing his well' Telegram from Pe- I I ish people will struggle with you to

ment so that Bulgaria Roumania and tween them, thus bringing nearer the Philadelphia 1-:!, Detroit 4-3. the Sentinel of company I I the last breath. They will never betray -

Greece may be mustered on the side final success of the allies in the war." Washington 2, Chicago 6. enjoying at his says: the Slav flag.'
The collective "At meeting of the council of the
of the allies was taken here by the i representations made Federal League town 111.: "Here a I I "Count Bobrinsky, president of the
ministers today by the ministers at Nish of the Brooklyn 6-2 Chicago 2-4. St. Louis, on the today the fall of Warsaw constitutional conservative party, replied -

of Russia, Grea Britain. quadruple entente powers concide Buffalo 1-4, Pittsburgh 5-15. farm, believe condolences from several Rus : ,
France
and Italy who made collective with the pressure brought to bear Newark 4, Kansas "
on City 3. thermometer senators and a stirring speech 'We bow before the Divine will,
representations to Nikola Pachitch, the Greek premier, M. Gounaris, on Baltimore 5, St. Louis
the 3. grees this M. Schebensko, a representative but the greater our misfortune the
Serbian
premier.An Wednesday when the British, French, Southern League ing hay with He said such an event affected greater grows our resolution to wage

says the official communication issued Russian and Italian ministers at Ath- New Orleans 9, Memphis 2. you beat that? country and all Poles would bear i the war to the end. We feel the loss t
ministers'
of the representationswere enns made united representations to Atlanta 1, Chattanooga 2. simply immense. loss with iron nerve. of the Polish capital, but Russia does

friendliest character and the Greek government regarding the Mobile 1, Nashville 6. them fried three "'We Poles today feel the profoundi not say good-bye to Warsaw but I

were made "in the hope of avoiding political' situation in the Balkans. Birmingham 1, Little Rock 2. had better come j i I sympathy of the Russian i i I merely au revoir."




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At The ChurchesFIRST I t tof a King." CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY J PLAN POLAND GOVERNMENT Proposals will be considered for ist
Good music, cordial welcome. I
a ALLIANCE
Rotterdam, via London, Aug. 6.- suing a proclamation declaring Poland
What do you I j Visitors to our city will find with us Sunday, August 8, services as us- I
BAPTIST CHURCH I Emperor William, the Courant says, :'a semi-autonomous state and placing
church home. ual.
Ia congenial Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.; '
hope for in a Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., : Senior League devotional meeting, preaching at 3:30 p. m.; mid-week will return to Berlin Sunday, to pre- ;lit, together with Galicia, under the

pastor.Mr. 6:45 p. m.Monday. prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on side over an important cabinet con- 'joint rule of Germans, Austrians and
r' varnish ? Samuel A. Newell, superintendent 7:30 p. m., Baraca and Thursday. Come and bring the chil- ference,at which the heads of all Ger- Poles.. These plans will be submitted
of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo.I Progressive classes will hold a debate. dren, especially to the Sunday school.CHRISTIAN man states and the Austrian arch- I to the reichstag August 17, the Courant -
AT. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. Subject, "Resolved, that Capital Pun- -- dukes will be present. I asserts.
William S. Branch, Jr., organist. ;"t. Be Abolished." Af- SCIENCE ,.
This church --" -iShOUld Paul Hutchins, Miss Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. I,- --
I
hospit- ; negative, Mr. Frank Services at 11 a. m.; subject "Spirit. to
AWONU dO'". P'II'' "" 1 1, Miss Hallie Ley. Young peo- ."
011 au our religious ser- ple invited. Wednesday evening service at 7:45. I
TR s and varied activities. If you Tuesday the Sewing Circle will'' Third floor, corner South Orange Trees With Capital, Surplusand
a stranger introduce yourself toe meet with Mrs. W. G. Hammond, on avenue and Church street. Entranceon
T4RNs'SffEi' pastor; come to our Sunday school West Central avenue. Church street. Undivided Profits"Just t
and prayer services, and get as closeas Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., mid-week
possible to the Baptist Temple prayer service. An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a
hearthstone. -o- safe investment
school at 9:45 Organized i
Sunday a. m.
I ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe
When you buy varnish for classes and teachers with well STILL SEEING THINGS ordinary trees may be compared to a com-
floors hope that it will i e Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen,
you with its
It
has
prepared lessons. pany only original capital. not t
the appearance of those fl ad dean. -
that it will be durable. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. August 8th. Tenth after The bright meteor seen over a great been augmented by the profit of foresight or bus- .
Sunday
iness acumen, nor diminished by dissipation, lack t tof
with the in .
Unfortunately much that J for m. pastor charge.B. Trinity. area of Florida a few nights ago is
floor varnish won't reali j hope Y. P. U. thrift or losses.
at 6:30
meeting p. m.; Celebration of the Holy Communionat said to have fallen on the Walters
for you.Lawson's. Miss Claudia DeLaney, president. 7:30 a. m. farm some miles out from Ocala. A Evolution means something. There is daily an S
Lustro Elastic inish.Varnishhasawondertul.deep.lu It isi Special music by choir and male Sunday school, catechism and instruction I chance for some of our Ocala friendsto improvement in the types of men, animals and
easily applied because i easily. It quartet. get a diamond from the sky.- plants. !
at 9:45 a. m.
is! unequalled for durr jnd will not
scratch white. It dr'olutely dust- Don't miss the popular Sunday I Clearwater Sun.
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 Trees that have been brought from the lower
free in from five to f ours and gets
hard in twenty-four evening services. o'clock. If we pick it up we will hock it to ordinary type to the higher types may be said I
As for economy, .has a covering Music as follows: Evening prayer and short addressat I Goldman and go to Clearwater for a to have accumulated a surplus.
capacity that is w j] :Morning: "I Heard the Voice of 7:30 o'clock. week's vacation.-Ocala Star.
Try out a case istro Elastic Floor Jesus ," male Messrs. Our trees by the refinement of the process of a
Say by
quartet No use. It's hung up in one of
Varnish at our jtumable if unsatis- --0-
bud selection, and by the perfection of our nuI'1
factory. Phillips, Curry, Symonds and Strong. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. the pine trees near Orlando and justas
Made b? lentine & Co. Evening: (1)) "Men, Be Strong," Sunday school, 9:45. soon as we can secure it will leaveit sery practice, but undivided have not only the which capital and the
: by male quartet; ((2)) anthem, "Some- Morning service, 11 o'clock; sub- with Evans and take in the Pan- surplus share. profits you may I
Ma .cturers of thing for Thee" (Wolcott with solo
) ject, "Faith and Failure." ama-Pacific exposition.
LL' .R and part by Mr. Curry, and duet by :Miss Evening service, 7:30 o'clock; sub- SEND FOR OUR CATALOG .
F- /: VAL-ENAMEL Weeks and Mrs. Newell; ((3)) "Praise' ject, "Present Tense Christianity. Want anything? Ask for it through that you may know these refining, type; better-
Ye the Father," male quartet. I ment, profiit-making qualities, and how theyare
I Rev. G. E. Guild, pastor in charge. Sentinel "Wants.
/I..: -o-- imparted to the orange and grapefruit and "
-- other trees produced, not merely grown, by
All to be had at LEAGUE SERVICES THIS

FF jJY'S PIONEER PAINT EVENING a t
JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONS
STORE Don't fail to attend the Epworth

P I "How to Make the World Happier."
Come and hear the several speakers Sanford to Jacksonville Florida
on generosity; kindness, patience, )
Jacob Burkhard unselfishness, good temper, guilelessness AND RETURN

.f and sincerity.
PLUMBER True happiness, you know, can onlybe
gotten by making some other per- $ r7QO

son happy. I Arcade Pressing ClubUnder
George Benschbach will be in
of the I Including meals and berth 1
Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" charge meeting. Management
<
come.Strangers are cordially invited to Tickets now on sale., Return limit 5 days

-- LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. Made right in '

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH the shop. Guaranteed Fit.
HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP Corner Main and Jackson streets. "
OSOEOL.A.JLeaves :
John B. Ley, pastor. Also Cleaning, Pressing, RepairingAnd
ON WEST PINE STREET, JUSTACROSS Bible school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. How-
ard, superintendent. Organized classes. Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30: A. M All Kinds of Alterations done ..

FROM FOUNDRY. es. Good music. New pupils wel- A combination daylight and searchlight trip < J

I comed. of Florida Work called for and delivered. 1
A Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. of 400 miles through the heart

and 7:30 p. m. Morning topic, "The
Phone 204 I Everlasting Hills; a Vacation Theme." Clyde St. Johns River Line Phone 448 24 E. Pine St.
At night the subject will be "The Fall 1
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Percales Lawns, Crepes, Voiles, Batiste, Organdie and Silks in plain and fancy colors, all lengths from one j j

to ten yards, many good dress patterns in the lot. and all marked at wonderfully low prices. They must : :;

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r 11IE DAILY 'ORLANDO CITY OUR MID-SUMMER

r South Florida Sentinel OF BOOSTERS.Last week by.a two to one majoritythe SIDELIGHTSBy The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's

MORNING AND WEEKlY citizens of Orlando voted to tax W. S. Branch.

*. ::. GLENN ...............-.....Editor themselves for boosting purposes.
'f C. ESSINGTON ......B.iln M Monster
and
They voted for the levy of a specialtax Select Boarding Day Sensation Sate'
There is a well founded rumor that School for Girls
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando. Florida to advertise the city.
u Second Class Mail Matter. Tiring of the old way of passing when the Guernsey building is finally 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
finished the corner room will be greatly Primary, Intermediate and Academic
SUBSCRIPTION RATES around the hat for the collection of
Daily. 1 Year ....................... sloe under I improved and occupied by a strict- Grade3 r
6 Months ...................... 1-iO funds to advertise the city, to date store conductedby
Daily Daily., S Months ...................... 1.25 which the burden falls upon a few, ly up grocery Also Musi, Art, Elocution, Physical. OFREADYTO.WfAR
Daily. 1 Month ........................ .60WeAly. modern two of Orlando's best known and Culture and Domestic Science.
L they have adopted a more
: 1 Year ...................... 11.00 The advertising fund will popular young grocers, and if you For Catalogues address the Rector,
PAYABLE IN' system. drive up to the door and call "John" Roderick P. A. M. MILLINERY ANDMEN'S
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS benefit property owner in Orlando Rev. Cobb ,
ADVANCETO every you will arrest the attention of both
and, therefore, why should not Orlando, Fla. ,
ADVERTISERS proprietors and possibly one of the
every property owner contribute tot
! Copy fr di.pla--all other hand-wt clerks.
adTTitidnc mast be handed in at the buineMffie There is also a well founded rumor FURNISNINGS
:f. .. ...( tfr..Sentinel pot later than 2 p. .. It would have been a surprise had that "before snow flies" the brick FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
. This rale applies
the dar Wfor paKUeation. the citizens of Orlando voted against
; U changes for contract adTertirinc: it b building on the corner of Orange ave-
UTan{Je and will he strictly adhered U.Subaeriben this proposition, reluctant as com- .
nue and Pine street owned by Dr. NOW GOING ON !
munities are to increase tax burdens.
desiring The Sentinel discontinued Phillips, will be very materially en-
should notify the office in writing on Orlando is a city of boosters. A .
date of expiration otherwise it will be larged and improved, making it one
the continued at the regular ubscripfion rates. huge majority of her citizens are con- of the finest business and office build- All Womens Suits, Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Muslin Underwear-in fact /
ontiT notice to stop is received. tinually singing the praises of the everything of a Ready-to-Wear n.1ture-\\iIl go at prices that have never be-
: 'Telephone Namb-r ...................... !* Orange county capital. ings in the city. VANILLA fore been equalled. The difference between the former prices and the actual
pretty --J\-o reduced prices are so great that it should command the immediate attentionof
SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1915. You might walk the streets of Orlando PEACII woman.
The Water and Light company can every
for months and never hear a Its cleaning up time with us, and while the loses are great, we take them
not complain that lawn sprinklers are
the most important woman's citizen criticise or speak ill of his CARAMELICE :without a mumur.
Probably keeping the water pressure down Just cogitate over these few items-note the reductions then come and
the pin. home town. They've got the boosting -
club is rolling
t these days. The ancient and honor- CREAMS. i see the goods.
-o habit. That's why Orlando is one _
f able Jupiter Pluvius, assisted by his
. If a man got his money back every of the best towns in Florida. That's brother, Jupiter Tonans, is relievingthe OUR FAMOUS PALM BEACH SUITS FOR LADIES
:: time he isn't satisfied, it would be a why Orlando continues to grow and
Water and Light of a
great source of income.If prosper and become more beautiful. company S7.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .1.75

t o Every citizen believes its the best and great deal of responsibility just at CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c. 512.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . .'. . .$9.50

some of the keys to a piano were most beautiful town on the globe and present. $15.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . 10.50
-o-
used to lock it up with there would be he labors incessantly to make it so.
A South Dakota man went to the
more harmony in this world. Orlando's newspapers are great WOOL SUITS
t county authorities and asked to be

t o boosters, too. But the newspapers placed in an insane asylum, saying CLUB SANDWICH 23c $18.50 SUITS FOR . . . . r . . . . .$14.50

The only way a man can get ahead receive great assistance in boosting that he was insane at times and I $22.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75

: of his wife in an argument is to oc- from the hundreds of boosting citi- feared he might do some one harm on $25.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$16.25
. of the motorcycle. Let there be something doing
cupy the front seat zens. such occasions. No, his name is not $27.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . .. .$17.50
for the benefit of Orlando and there'sno
t f o Harry Thaw, but it is Peter Tauer. We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed S30.60 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$18.50

! The lad who is always dolling up chance for the newspaper to missit. -o- 32.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.00
thinks it awfully funny A dozen citizens will rush to the Delivered for All
( his mustache The Times-Union announces that in and $35.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.50
f that the girls are constantly primping newspaper office with a suggestionthat a few days it will again begin the S47.50 SUIT, ONE ONLY, HALF PRICE . . . .$23.75
. their hair. publication of the facts will help OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S
regular publication of the Mutt and

: 0 the; city. Jeff cartoons. Well, with the Euro- TWO SPECIALS IN LADIES' COATS
Villa is said to have paid $50 for a All this united effort counts. It

. suit of underwear. This is the first I will count anywhere. Whenever pean war, Mexico, Haiti, and the labor $8.75 FOR . . . . . . . . . . .$5.75

c t. intimation we have had that he wore enough people believe in a thing they troubles at home and abroad, there is I $12.50 FOR . . . . . . . . . . .$8.75 .
a busy season ahead for them.
; any at alLWhen will make a go of it. Orlando peo-
r o ple believe in Orlando and they are -oA SILK DRESSES, All this Seasons Productions. --
Chicago paper says the best

a wagon gets into a rut thereis day by day making it a greater Or- treatment for red bugs is to remove S8.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$5.75 .

nothing to do but to put your shoul- lando. the mites with a needle point and apply 511.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$8.75S16.50

der to the wheel; it is the same witha Orlando has many valuable assets, I tincture of iodine. Another very DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$9.75

community. but none more valuable than her population I sure relief is to never go where there $17.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.00

o of confirmed and eternal : are any. 18.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.50

t L A man believes that he is entitled roosters.Daytona Halifax Journal.A $22.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$12.50

f to make a dozen mistakes a day. But o TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY When it comes to delicious light $29.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$18.50

if his wife makes one mistake he NOVEL WAY 37.50 DRESS, ONE ONLY, FOR . . . . . .$18.75
wants to fight. OF BOOSTING. WAFFLESAND
NEW SEED POTATOES. Orlando
-- In Chicago a novel way of boostingthe Seed & Produce Co. 8-8-ltc SILK PETTICOATS

7 After four thousand years man has city has been adopted. It is a -I

never found anything to make him posterette, a little stamp which is affixed FALL SEED POTATOES now ar- In Taffeta, Messaline, Peau De Cygne, with our famous Perfect-
house with rived. Orlando Seed & Produce Co. AH must at this Sale
happier than a good a to every piece of correspondence, I SYRUP Fitting Jersey Top. go }
8-8-ltc. COST NOT CONSIDEREDSILK
! good wife in it.IF business and private, that leaves the

o city. These little stamps contain designs FOR SALE-Buick roadster, fullyequippE'd. THIS IS ONE OF OUR
California is to try baseball to cure A Act '
r of advertising the city as a bargain. quick. SUITS
insanity, while another state is to utilize resort and they are being Ford Garage, Church street. 883tcFOR
golf. Those who participate in summer SPECIALS 522.50 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$14.50

: neither, doubt both. used in thousands by business men SALE-A first class, strong top $25.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$15.75

t and citizens generally. The poster- buggy; most good as new. Cheap. $35.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$19.75

"When a man has o a rip in his coat ettes are printed in sheets, each sheet 202 East Robinson avenue. 8-8-3tc 15 centsCatering $39.00 SUITS FOR . . . . . . . . .$23.75
of twelve
. containing a series per-
' and only three buttons on his vest," forated stamp designs in six colors, FOR SALE-1915 Overland; car is SILK, WOOL AND WASH SKIRTS, All go in this Sale regardlessof

.. writes a western sage, "he should do and are for sale by all the retail deal- brand new, perfect condition; orig- Price
one of two things, either get married inal sale price $1,150; special price
ers. Business and professional men Orlando Auto &
: or get divorced." I manufacturers and housewives-all now. $825. SupplyCo. 8-8-ltc $12.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . .$7.50

at o are using them and affixing one of'' To Those $10.50 SKIRTS FOR . . .. . . . . .$6.75

!t The English language has approximately the little boosters to every letter they FOR SALE-Oak library table $5; $6.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$4.50

:r 600,000 words, half of whichare be mahogany Regina music box, stand, $4.75 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$3.35
The idea good Care
send out. might a Who
of a technical nature and rarely 20 records, 15-inch, $25; two hourglass $3.00 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$1.98
Orlando. If the Board of
one for ; Formosa chairs, $2.50 each. '
. ENTIRE STOCK OF $1.50 WASH SKIRTS FOR . .98c
used except when falling over a rock- Trade or the stationery stores would, "Bargain," care SentineL 8-8-3t OUR ,
ing chair in the dark. the of the
take the matter up, use
o posterettes would not only boost the 200 LADIES' WAISTS

The total assessment of property in city, but should prove a source of FERTILIZERS! Fashion Center will be closed out at the .
St. Petersburg was 62,230,667, a re- revenue for those handling SEEDS! FEEDS! From the latest

port being made to the city council of some ridiculously low price of . . . . . . . 98c
them. If it is a success in Chicago, it SEEDS FOR FALL PLANT-
ALL KINDS OF FRESH
the work done by the assessor.-St.
should be a success here. It is being
Petersburg Independent.How ING ARRIVING DAILY WASH DRESSES
used in California and we learn is also

o proving a success there. The schemeis Tremendously Low Priced
about farm values? Well Get Our August Bulletin
worth trying any way. $7.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$2.98
when you learn that a Summit county, o Sole Agents for Guaranteed Pulverized Sheep Manure. ALL FINE LINGERIE DRESSES AT THE USUAL DICKSON-

Ohio, farmer has mortgaged his farm Samuel A. Newell, of the Orlando Nothing better for flowers, ferns lawns and gardens. IVES CLEAN UP PRICES. COME EARLY. ._\
for $1,500,000, you may know that
Bank of Orlando Florida, who
State ,
some one has confidence. FULL LINE OF POULTRY FEEDS AND SUPPLIES
resided in LaGrange fifteen years ago, MUSLIN UNDERWEAROur
o is visiting relatives and renewing old
Most folk start out with the inten- Co. famous La-Grecque Tailored Underwear, also the much
acquaintances. Mr. Newell is the cou- Orlando Seed & Produce
tion but not the avowal of the little sin of Mrs. J. S. Wheeler and Mrs. talked-of Vanity Fair at Prices that will interest you.

lad who said that he meant to be a I Realty Seed Co.
A. R. Watts, 530 North Waiola avenue Successors to Wright
pirate until he got old and infirm
at whose home he is a guest CORSETSWe
"and then turn to the Lord"The
LaGrange ((111.) Citizen. ; have the largest and most comprehensive stock in South

recent storm- in different sec- Florida to select from, Royal Worcester, Bon Ton, American Lady,

tions of Pinellas county proved to bea Madame Lyra, Gossard and Frolaset.
This is not a mere sacrifice or a clean-up sale, but a profit-
good boost for brick highways, as
sharing opportunity we are offering to our customers at greatly ..
the brick roads proved more substan- Kindness and Sympathy
tial and stood the torrential rains reduced prices.

better than the roads constructed of Good Advice Verse 7.-The human heart is ever responsiveto I'

other materials. deeds of kindness, and through love and sympathy SUMMARY

o in we can often reach the hardest hearts. in Ready-to Wear including Middy Blouses, Brassiers,
failed Everything ,
Verses (6, 7.-Many a young man has The "Ram's Horn" gave this incident several
Normal prices for grapefruit are life because he rejected the advice of his elders. On years ago: "One day a beautiful girl who was Children's Dresses, Rompers and Kimonos. All go at Reduced

predicted next season by L. D. Jones, the other hand, many have succeeded who have deeply interested in charitable work came to the Prices.
the prison
asked to see women
and
of the Citrus who When reformatory
manager Exchange, Christians.
advice of elderly
followed the ers. The superintendent himself took her among
declares that the low prices which William Colgate, the wealthy soap manufacturer, them where they were at work. She MEN'S FURNISHINGS

prevailed last year has enabled the started to the city as a youth to seek his fortune, wore a red rose in her hair, and the minute the
Exchange to introduce the Florida much interested in him woman saw 'Maggie the Terror,' as she was POSITIVELY THE LAST CUT ON PALM BEACH SUITS. .$5.50
an old neighbor was very dreaded the other women SCHAFFNER & MARX
by HART
called, a woman more THE WORLD RENOWNED
product into many markets. and, after praying with him, said: "William,someone in the institution than any other, she attracted CLOTHES FOR MEN CHOICE OF OUR SUMMER
a be the leading maker in New attention. Suddenly the girl walked ,
soap
will the visitor's
I soon FOR . .$15.00MEN'S
FROM: TO $25.00
her SUITS COSTING $20.00
I well I hope to Maggie and, taking the rose from ,
The Palm Beach county road bonds York.: It can be you as as anyone. over

to the extent of $800,000 have been it may. Be a good man, give your heart to Christ, hair, handed it to and her. Maggie the looked superintendent worried
and then smiled; though
sold and the officials are shortly expecting give the Lord all that belongs to Him of every had known her for years, for the first time he STRAW HATS LAST CALL-
that the actual money trans- dollar you earnfmake an honest soap, give a full heard her say: 'God bless you!' That little deed ,

fer will be made. Work will then be pound, and I am certain you will be a prosperous of consecrated tactfulness changed her life. Mag- Choice of any Sraw Hat, from $2.50 to $5.00 for.$1.00
lie followed the good old man's gie is now a faithful servant in the home of the REMEMBER OUR SEMI-ANNUAL MANHATTAN SHIRT
started on the roads at many differ- and rich man. "
handed her the
young woman who rose. AUGUST 21.
TO
ent points in the county simulta- advice and prospered. Illustrating today's S. S. Lesson. I. Kings 12:1- SALE LASTS THROUGH

neously and rushed to completion.Does 24. We go to Sunday School.

a Are you shy on Groceries? Give us a trial, 1

this ever happen in St. Peters- tradeDiCKSonlves
we'll hold your ]
burg? The young girl in the family

remarked soon after grace was asked
"I'm not stuck on this bread." Iar- The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.

gie, cut that slang out," reproved her Co.Orlando's

mother. Father spoke up, "Wifethat's S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. .
,
a peach of a way to correct a .

child. "Yes, I know," replied mother Place
Favorite Shopping
"but I just wanted to put her A..

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{@rlttu n nrtrty "Get It At Allen's"

GRANDTOMORROW !


SOCIAL CALENDAR: FOR WEEK ADDITIONAL LOCALSMrs.

Monday, August 9.
L. M. and children,
Bridge class meets with Mrs. J. B. Bingham
Lawton. who have been visiting Mrs. Bing--
Sumus Septem Club entertained by ham's mother, Mrs. V. B. Chapman,,
Miss Ruth McCullough. on North Orange avenue, left yester-
Young People's Forum at Methodist
day afternoon for their home in Jack-
church; debate: "Resolved, That
Capital Punishment Should Be sonville.A. ;
Abolished." CHARLES CHAPLINin
Benefit, Sisters of St. Joseph, at Roof f 13 Sl'N .
Garden. W. Parker, of Kissimmee, spent
Tuesday, August 10. yesterday with his friend, C. A. John- -
Younger set dance at Roof Garden. son, of the Yowell-Duckworth gents' "A JITNEY ELOPEMENT"One O A Constant Reminder O
1
Miss Sara Slemons hostess to A. B.C. furnishing department. Mr. Parkerwas

Methodist with Mrs.Sewing Will Hammond.Mrs. Circle will. meet looking over the field in view of of the funniest productionsever of friendship recorded in a link of precious metaL Limited onlyin

Those hidden qualities !- Davis Fishback hostess to the locating here as a dentist. filmed. number to the friends you have; each link is a complete bracelet t

Junior Matrons. D in itself, and costs but 25 cents, engraved free. '
which are the Mrs. S.Wednesday R. Hudson, August, hostess 11. to the Judge A. F. Odlin, of Arcadia, who "NUFF SED" Give and receive one in return. 1
, Twentieth Century Club. has been in the city for several dayson

real of Mrs. W. M. Lege will entertain com- professional matters, left yester- ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS .,
source responsiveness -
plimentary to the Young Matronsat day for Titusville, where he will .
her home on Hillcrest at four h1
spend today, returning here before
o'clock. "HEARST SELIG NEWS PICTORIAL Ib
and Bachelor Girls will be the guests of leaving for his home. 1 =o ::Aim .CJ
Miss Elizabeth Branham. No. 42" j
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flexibility will show Mr. F. C. Bridell left yesterday afternoon -I 1
VACATION'Same for Tampa to spend a few Portraying all the important If quality for a low price is an object .i
old ten days, s, N a our wall papers will win your favor.
& 2 e :
with his Mr. Bridell is
themselves beforeyou Same old train, days family. events of the day."CUPID'S !; ; For the next 30 days we will offer for -,
Same old country, connected with the Southern Clay 7 ,,irj'' ; .H, sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
Same old rain. Manufacturing company, and is en- + from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the A
have been at gaged in constructing some of the I time to buy, and do your papering a
Same old farmhouse, ', _'fl' M when you get ready. i
Same old trunk, brick highways in Orange county. COLUMN"A iCif ', ;, We also carry a full line of High. .}
the wheel five min- Same old brooklet, Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes. 'J
., Same old trees, Miss Esther Ley, of Orlando, is a Vitagraph Comedy, featuring We invite you to call and inspect
Same old fishes, guest of her sister, Mrs. T. F. Alex- our stock. f
utes. Same old fleas. ander, in Suburb Beautiful, and she Sidney Drew.A i

Same old tackle, was accompanied to Tampa by Mrs 1
Same old flies. Alexander's small son, who has been Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C+
Same old bottle his in Orlando.
visiting
grandparents
Same old lies.Yonkers SHOW EVERYONEVILL fr 205 S. Orange Avenue
Statesman. -Tampa Tribune.
-oA SEE COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261iMMMMHIHMBOMMI .

It gets in- : SHORT SESSION WITH Misses Ethel Kennedy and Thelma
away -
i DAME FASHION. Wilson, of Umatilla, were dinner .. .,.. .. . .. ... .HIM ..
II Bright colors for out of doors are guests Wednesday with :Mr. and :Mrs.
stantaneously. The the rule. W. :M. Kennedy, while en route to Or- 5 cents 10 cents

I Tennis garb is ever crisp and wash- lando, where they will visit several I The New Ice Company I jj
I
. motor seems to have I weeks.-Tavares item in Eustis Lake 4
able.The Region.
latest motor coats are trimmed I PHONE 675
more and still more Tomorrow: Mary Pickford in
with rows and rows of'neat, artful
Miss Emma Denison and Mrs. Hel-
stitching.The "
en Major: after spending several "Little Pal.
power when occasion modern riding habit is daring.A weeks in Seabreeze, guests of Mr. Delivery DailyWait

costume with riding breeches of and :Mrs. D. E. Low at their home on
requires. On black and white checked worsted. The North Peninsula Drive, left Wednes-

bell coat just escapes the knees. day for their home in Orlando.Daytona for our wagon. We think ,

direct drive the Though very gaudy hosiery seems Halifax Journal.Mr. .
will like our ioe.
to be the fad with sport raiment, you

stockings of less emphatic color are J. A. Cheek, a former residentof .
be varied -
speed can selected by women of good taste for Orlando, but now residing in Kis-

wear with the buttoned boots and simmee, where he is the local
man- .
from low to high slippers that accompany more formal ager of the Yellow Pine Lumber com- ROOf GARDEN( The New Ice Company ij ijMIIIIIMIMMMIMIMIIMMIilltlMMMIIMMiiMM

costumes. A pale champagne that is pany, spent yesterday in the city min-
) with exceptionalsmoothness. much liked in silk hosiery and the gling with business associates and
natural silk stockings that are creamyin greeting friends. TOMORROW"THE I
tone and have a pinkish-cream tint
Ob-
over the flesh are in special favor. :Mr. D. A. Stroud, of Barnesville,
These natural silk stockings are pre- Ga., who has ben coming to Orlando : 1'111111""I"II"'II'IIIIII""I""I'IIIII'I'I'
.
viously these features ferred to plain white ones with all for the past twenty-odd years in the BLISS OF IGNORANCE"An

summer costumes except those of distinctly interest of the Chattanooga Coffin
absorbing Drama in three
are the direct chalk white color, like organ- and Casket company, was in the city .
die and laundered white linen suits. yesterday on one of his annual pil parts. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

result of close careful Marabout is a smart mid-summer grimages.Mr. I
trimming and is seen on some charm-
ing evening coats and dancing frocks. and Mrs.: J. P. Musselwhite: and "COL. HEEZA LIAR"
manufacturing. Among the latter is a model of corn family, of Orlando, who have been occupying -
. colored pussy willow taffeta, edged Dr. Walker's cottage on Hol- The famous Cartoon Comedy. f

with natural marabout around the lywood avenue for the past month, Dog Fancier.
r wide skirt, the bodice being of pale left Sunday for Georgia and North

brown silk net over cream colored Carolina, where they will spend the ,
The Wheelbase i is I CURTIS & O'NEAL
chiffon. A shirred lace hat is banded remainder of the summer.DaytonaHalifax ,

with marabout above the drooping, JournaLDr. The One-Price Theater
110 inches
wired brim and I
a parasol of brown
The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWNA Insurance Loans Real Estate i
and gold brocaded silk has also an Robert Ingersoll and wife motored -

edge of marabout.One over from Orlando and spent '

of the smartest summer bath- the day on the beach Sunday, guestsof Rentals
ing suit models shows a touch of the Mr. and .Mrs. D. E. Lowe at their Bottle of Toilet Water given

fashionable which home on North Peninsula Drive. Dr.
now smocking is away tonight at nine o'clock.
located on the bodice below the shoul- Ingersoll is superintendent of the

der line at front and back. The short Florida Sanitarium at Orlando. !
sleeve is also smocked and wide Daytona Halifax Journal.
a 10 cents 5 cents
" belt, worn low, controls the rather excessive -
$850. fullness of the smocked tunic. In a few months the Lake county

This bathing suit model comes in good roads of sand-asphalt will be -. -. j
ESTABLISHED 1886
Wednesday night: "The Strawsof
built from Umatilla and Grand Island
navy, black or wine colored pussy wil-
low taffeta with smocking in white via Eustis and :Mt. Dora to the Or- the Wind."
:
f. o. b. Orlando and white pearl buttons on the belt. ange and Seminole county lines, giving ,

-0- a perfect, a real hard surfaced

BENEFIT FOR road from the above named places to I IIMItllliMlliliMltlllillilllliiMilllllllililMMIt
SISTERS ST. JOSEPH. Orlando and beyond.-Eustis Lake i
Region.
Tomorrow evening Manager Barnesof

the Roof Garden has decided to set 1
aside a certain percentage of the box HUPMOBILE SERVICEThe

I office receipts for the benefit of the
, .. Melts in Your Mouth !
Sisters of St Joseph. The Sisters last issue of the Saturday Evening i

't would appreciate it if all of their Post contains a full explanation t
friends would do their best to make of the Hupmobile Service System*

the attendance on this occasion a rec- This is considered the greatest Service i
ord breaker. Plan ever inaugurated by any DAILY BULLETINPEACH

-0- automobile manufacturer.Hup .
SOCIETY NOTESOF service stations will be estab- &

OrlandoAuto INTEREST.Miss lished throughout the United States

Helen Ingram, who had been and Canada. Fifty hours of free VANILLA .
labor is guaranteed to the CHOCOLATE SPECIAL
spending several weeks on the ocean purchaserof SPECIAL .
beach in company with her brother, each Hupmobile and the work maybe PINEAPPLE _
George Ingram, departed Saturdayfor done in any of these service sta- Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape Ice i
a visit of about a month at Cin- tions, hence a guarantee of service I

cinnati and Columbus, Ohio. Mr. In- wherever you may go. Read the "ad." CHERRY' 1
r gram left the same afternoon on his if you have a Saturday Evening Post; CARAMEL ,

return to Orlando.-Daytona Gazette- otherwise ask J. P. Holbrook for some .

& News. -- literature and an explanation.Favorite. \Ve deliver from one quart upHand's I ;


Mrs. R. Bruce Perry and sister, ,.
Mrs. W. I. Smith, have returned froma

. delightful summer outing which i i!
was speht in the.Cape Cod country.
Supply MONDAY'S: PROGRAM Pure Ice Cream
American. "The Poet of the Peak." J
WANTED TO TRADEI A drama, in two parts.
Falstaff. "The Actor and the

acres have of eastern two-thirds Kentucky interest timbered in 2,396 Rube.Komie." Comedy."Ethel Teacher." Comedy, Phone 566 and 666 .;1!
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Go. land, I want to trade for good rental featuring Fay Fincher, the "chewing
property or real estate in Florida. gum girl.
Address. K. V. Williams, Guthrie Ky.II Four good reels of motion picture .
J-8-lt Five cents to all. .

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FOR SHOPPING THE STREET CRITICS THE PRINCIPLES OF A SUCCESS LOOKING FOR A SIGHT FOR A II'

i Today's Sentinel is replete with th I IL I FUL LIFE SANITARIUM I iI

advertisements of most of the merchants The following from the Pensacola 1. I will do the next thing. I

t of Orlando, and there are some I News is one of the best articles of 2. I will keep stimulants of every Dr. F. E. Elmer, who at times has FOR SALE

: rare shopping opportunities contained its class we have seen and we com- kind out of my body. I operated sanitariums in Mexico City, I
i in these advertisements, which careful mend it to those people who never 3. I will never speak unkindly of I A
,
and Peru, after spending several -
I days *
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who is
and discriminating buyers will find the papers good enough for any person not present. i SWill
1 in Orlando and vicinity, left yesteri
4. I will cultivate thought life.
readily carefully.Excursion grasp. Read. all the advertisements them"Sometimes: men won 5. I will cultivate my the habit of de day in his automobile for Tampa. I I offer for sale for a few days
newspaper
cision. The doctor has been making a tour of l
der if the omnipresent critic of news-
Florida and when he arrived in this the property corner Orange Avenue
-- in
------ papers has a real thought about the 6. I will live my own life, not a I ,
I II city had just been over on the East r
selfish
ANNUAL MOUNTAIN AND SEAS? OR[ or difficulties that newspaper of making men a have newspaper sensibil,, I 7. I, egotistical will let others way.live their own Coast. He is looking over Florida Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

with the of sanitarium
view establishing a -
ities, just as regular human beings. lives. I will not try to impose my the skating rink for $26,000
conviction them. He thinks Orlando one of property,
The critic who says, 'Huh, here's the I upon .
the prettiest places that he has ever
I will instant obedi-
out with some more bunk about 8. practice down
paper $2,000 and balance $1,000
: convictions. visited in any of his travels, but the a year
ence to
my
coming prosperity, doesn't stop fora
moment to think just what would 9. I will develop personal habits general outlook is not very invitingat and interest at six cent. i iC.A.HOVEY

happen if newspapers were as diligent that are pleasing to other people. present for a sanitarium. The field per
here is very limited and those already
in printing all the bad news they 10. I will save money.
VIA can find as they are in printing the 11. I will keep my face to the fu- here more than fill the requirements.

t ture.
good. I 12. I will adjust myself to events. The hired girl has went-she was
week
"Suppose that for one one
Atlantic Coast line newspaper in a city preached with all I 13. I will school myself not to be I hired, she was tired, she was fired;

its power sin and sorrow, and starva afraid of old age and death.Wo- but smile-you can get another by ,
I man's World. using our want ad. column.
tion homeless hundreds bursting
Standard Railroad of the South .
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banks, and all the other gloomy \

Round trip rates from things it could rake up. The editor I I J. -
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would probably be lynched for a ...
ORLANDO !
knocker, and his critic would be happyto
Washington, D. C. ______$22.00( be present at the lynching. I 'The' :arket

Norfolk, Va. ___________ 20.0C( "And then there's the esteemed

Richmond, Va__________ 20.0C( critic who says, 'I don't believe any- ISectlonaI4Dookcasesr OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Baltimore, Md__________ 21.0C( thing I see in the newspapers, because ; ; ;, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE *

Round Trip Rates from they never get anything right.' Usually t FRESH AND SALT MEATS
he belies his words by snatching
JACKSONVILLEWilmington Kept under the best sanitary condltlorus.Rverthing .

N. C. ______$12.0C( it and for the paper as soon in as it.he sees screened away from the flies, and kept frtt
reading everything
Winston-Salem, N. C. ___ 14.0C(
Hot Springs, Va________ 18.5C( "Then he gets into a street corner and pure. r'
and the editor'sthoughts We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Roanoke, Va ___________ 16.2i argument springs
as his own, his chest swell- everything in the Meat Line.
Chattanooga, Tenn _____ 13.8C(
with the idea of his
Monteagle, Tenn _______ 15.0c ing pride at
Mammoth Cave, Ky_____ 17.9 thinking so capably. H. M.: Self & Co.

Warm Springs, Ga. _____ 9.0C( "Newspaper work is fascinating i
NO. $0 PINE
PHONE
!'work chiefly because all the eternal A](]HAT g.ft could be-a finerI'I"' 1 STREET
Tickets Sold August 11-Limil !thoughtlessness of the world comes V V compliment to the intelligence l I ?I .,..--
i of the recipient than a care- J 1
August 29. out so vividly, and the editor is left fully selected Globe.Wernicke -

I to think over the interesting problem to Bookcase,a unit at?_a That tune it,as can the be library added t -

For Information Call on I{of how so many persons manage to grows will be keenly appreciated ARE YOUR CHILDREN{ LEARNING MUSIC?
I well without I b,one of Uteiary usit. In man,lamar
get along fairly using
D. \WHITE, D. T. A. r is a pleasant Holiday custom to l
j their brains at all, or without giving present a sufficient number of Gk- I, These should interest
W. R. O'NEAL. C. P. & T. A Werntcke Bookcase. secoona to accomibc M vacation days be used to the
Orlando ja I moment's consideration to the feelJings mod.a _new addition w IK*binary.GlobeWerracke .<
children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish_ *
of others. We love our critics, Bookcases made in -
I several. different styles. ,the finishes being
and do love bromidic everything in music and musical instruments. _
especially we our 1 carefully selected and applied to pro. Music reFines
duce those harmonizing colors which
Behind i: critics. the natural grain of the wood bows to 1 i L1 elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous
Get a I lb. best.advantage.
iI duties of life.
I READING ALOUD IN SCHOOL

'e I 1,I I Some discussion is noted among VV. S. BRANCH,

I I educational authorities, as to the value OSCAR\
and enjoy a really cool dry sweet I THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
unolte. The Wellington Pipe won't of teaching children to read aloud. HAND & < tll ,
boll, won't get fouL The old time school gave great prom-

Med. la : inence to reading. It is one of the SON

Come i..adpackovfa : :traditional "Three R's." Modern au 'rFORAGE SKATING RINK

:thorities seem to think it has been

25c.cord 351", atiapr.,aD .over-emphasized, as indicated by articles -

:T in recent school journals.

The old time drill, over and over LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES- | ;

|again on a certain set of reading DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY "

I books, was not time well spent. The
I -NO MEN: ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT 4
j pupil gained no taste for reading, and
I CO.
GROCERY
I Say All: 'became weary of the selections of INSTRUCTORS.Open .

: poetry and oratory which he was WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 pan. to 10.3d p.m.
asked to recite many times. But at
You want to see this nev. .
,least this training produced a generation -
: Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
of good readers.
package Spider introducing t(I Saturday and Monday Specials
You can find today a great many

the market-its the swellesl high school graduates who can not

read it aloud ADMISSION: 10 CENTS
and
take
a newspaper SAVE MONEYWE
thing out in the way of little, TRADE WITH US AND YOU WILL
without stumbling at every line. The DEAL TO
GIVE QUALITY AND QUANTITY AND A SQUARE
Cigars. same thing could be said of some college EVERYBODY .

i
graduates.The t
him at the
See
case becomes far worse when Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds ....... .. .. ... .. ... .... ... .. $1.00
you consider the large number of for- Kingan's Sliced Breakfast Bacon, 1 lb. box .... ... .. .. ........ .30 ORLANDO ROOFING :
eigners found in many 'schools. The Best Ham. per pound .... ..... ..... ... .... ..... .. 18 and .19 ,
Good and Bad child of alien parents hears little Eng- Smoked Shoulder, per pound ... ... . ... ..... ...... ...... 13: ANL
.
Blue Valley, Gold Seal and Fox River Butter, per pound ........ .3>
'Ilish, at home. Unless he learns to Tub Butter per pound .. . ........ ............. ........... .32 '
read fluently in school, his talk will Lard in bulk, per pound .......... ... .. .. .................... .10 SHEET METAL CO, .

Cigar StoreOrange I(always seem foreign: He may have Large pail Lard ., .. .. ... . .. ... .. .... .. ... . .9;>
j excellent mentality, and may be com- Lard, 50 pound pail ...... .. ....... ....................... 4.00Drv

AvenueBargain "petent for high grade work. Yet if Salt Bacon, per pound .. .. .. .. ... .................... 10c. up Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos *
I his speech has the thick burr of an Pillsbury's Best Flour, 24 Ib. sack ............................. 1.10 ,
I' Pastry Flour, 24 pound sack ... ... .... ................73c.; to 1.00 *
:alien brogue, it will handicap him all ....... : and Rubber
Irish Potatoes, per peck, 25c.; ; half bushel, 43c.; ; bushel... 8) I Roofings
i i through life. He will pass for a great Irish Potatoes, Full Barrel .. ..... .. .................... 1.85

deal more stupid person than he is. 7 cans baby size Van Camp's Cream .. ... .. ... .............. .2:> I Cornices, Skylights, .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
Employers of labor will set him to 7 cans tall i size Van Camp's Cream ... ... .................... .''iO.t
cans :No. 2 Tomatoes .. . .. .. .. .... .. .. ........... -2*
shoveling coal, when he might be di- Tall Pink Salmon, lOc. per can; 6 cans for... ................... -55; Church St. ORLANDO
i recting a gang of workmen, merely Can Corn, 3 cans for . . .. . .. .. ... .............. ..'.5; Works: 14 E. -
:because his thick speech makes him California Table Peaches, 3 lb. can . . .. .'.. ... ........... .15 t
like foreigner. All Soaps, including Ivory, Fels Naptha, and Sweetheart, 6 for..23
seem a Quaker Corn Flakes for . . . . ... ............ ... .. .23;
j Similarly with young people descended Welch's Grape Juice, per quart, 40c.; per pint, 22c.; half pint. .. 14
from English speaking .
par-
: WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF ALL KINDS SMOKED MEATS, Etc.
I ents. In daily life one is constantly

called to read aloud. If a young FEEDS Backs Cushions
I upon Corn, per sack .................. .. .. .... ... ...... ... 2.00 Tops
I man can not read a report to a committee Oats per sack . . .. ..... ... .. ... . .. .. .. ... .. 2.00 ,
New house, 8 rooms and bath. I or a board of directors with- Shorts. per sack ... ......... ... .. ... ... .. ... ..... .. 1.75 Celluloids Bows
out hesitation and tripping over ordinary Beet Pulp, per sack . .... ... ....... .... .. .. .. ... .. . 1.75 Curtains, ,
Location perfect, 4 blocks fron 1 words, he is set down as an ig Cotton Seed Meal, per sack ........ .. ... .. .. ... .. .. 1.25
Chicken Feed, per sack ..... .. ... .... .. .. ..... .. 2.00 and 2.15
center of east side. 'I noramus. The time has not yet come .. ... .. . 1.73;
city, Molasses Feed per sack .... . .. ... 1-63; best PAINTING
I when the schools can drop reading Bran, per sack . .. ... .. .. .. .. . .. .. . 1.5;) \
For quick sale $3000. Cash 0]r I aloud. Exchange.
j On account of limited space we are unable to Quote all of our prices, r
terms. I but call and investigate and you will see that our prices can not be
j A REAL NECESSITY equalled in Orlando.

''1 No individual with anything to sell]
Orlando & Trimming Co.
:''or trade can successfully find a buyer Top

or trader without the aid of the Sentinel The Forage Grocery Company Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE, Mgr.

CARL DAM! T want ads. Remember that it; 1! THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
t circulation represents five-sixths oJ
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\ WANTS Worthington BlackmailATTORNEYATLAW 1
:. B. ROBINSON

.- ATTORNEYATLAWNo.
Phone 617
The Morning Sentinel Want West Pine Sreet
Directory is the Greatest Want Room 14, Yowell-Duckworth
ORX-AJSTDO: : Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 Building

Terms Cash in Advance.
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Plaster and Lime RATES .
Cement, Agatfte For One Day ______________25t
For Three Dayg ___________50c DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For Six Days _______________75c i
For One Month ____________$2.50 FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLA'V
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for Phone 172 Phone 72
each additional word, for each in-

I sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to Room Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block

II the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
i opened by telephone will! be
payable the following day.

I Every Home-Every Busines* J. M. CHENEY Victor Starbuck
z. I Every Man has use for a
I Sentinel Want Ad. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone ATTORNEYATLAWPhone


\ 87 161
FOR SAI.E
Rooms( 15 and 16YowellDuckworth No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
I MULES FOR SALE I
Pair nice mare mules in good condition ; Bldg.
suitable for farm or heavy hauling I
I
; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refinini I I
\ Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tIc..I F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract DR. N. L. BRYAN
one quarter mile from city limits;; and CONTRACTORPhone
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur I DENTIST
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann 37 .
I 6-9-tf Phone 716

FOR RENT Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-

FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur Bldg

All Ready for the PicnicMANY Knox.nished flats and dwellings. Jas.7-9-t A. L. Percival Hutton


A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVERa WANTED SURVEYINGPlating 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly I WANTED-By a good cook, place for ARCHITECT
and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- two months. Can furnish best oi and Sub-Dividing
cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. I references and begin work at once. McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
lunch for
ing a quick ; Landonia Singleton, Terry street. PROMPT: AND ACCURATE

Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS I 8-G-3t I WORK Florida. -.
New I WANTED-To make transformations, Member F. A. A.
curls and switches from the comb HAL A. IRISH ,
COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.You ings of your own hair. By Mrs. E.
never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right. The oven is always right with a Gas Roberts, 33 West Church street. Civil Engineer
for the day do not have to leave a coal fire
close the house you
if wish to
And then
Range. you WANTED-A six or seven room
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. house or bun.alow. New house 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
preferred. Will rent for the year.
I Address G. II., care the Sentinel.
87tfc.FOR .

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO SALE-Strong single wagon; I Phone 72
also small force pump, and water -
tank: 8x10; in fairly good condition; I
GAS DEPARTMENT very cheap. Central Gardens, 820 Paul V. Hutchins DR. L. H. RAMSDELL
West( Central avenue, Orlando Fla.8.73t' I OPTOMETRIST

i Attorney and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

-- iVANTED-A man of good address I I FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
who is a member of the Masonic'raternity : Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
to act as special deputy for .
the Masonic Life, of the District ofjOlumhia. : ORLANDO ornrxi REPAIRING
"'.. Tkis ;is an irlpal proposition .
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tract, to giving offer.three For references particulars, W. address W.- :: Harness Makingand Cut Flowers

Colson, Orlando, Fla. 8-7-2t I

CITRUS N NURSERIESOCOEE i R BUYERS AND SELLERSI RepairingAll and Plants

SOUTH APOPKA buy, sell rent, and exchange: real
estate. Have resided in Orlando. Fla. kinds of leather repairing, suchas

over$20.000,000.30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Floral Designs"Violet

FLORIDA 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.To Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
II reduce our stock as much as possible
,, by the 15th, will give a discount get your scissors sharpened.
of 25 per cent. off our regular cash I 25 West Church Street, in Hopkins Dell Florist.
: price on any goods in store. Ham Shoe Shop.
and I
varieties of Orange Grape- 6-5-tl
All the leading mond & Gore. W. A. BOSTON

condition at the lowest Umbrellas recovered and repaired J. U. CARUTHERSPhone
fine 7-20-12t
fruit Trees in very "while you wait," at Young's Repair 408 South Lake St.
.. Shop. 21 Ji:. Pine St. 24lyrrFOR 509.
prices :: :: :: .. t RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
SCREENS, porch swings, lawn
swings, and all kinds of carpenter Located in the Arcade Building
work, go to Tracy & Moore. 18 East I All work guaranteed and neat-

best time to set Church street. 725.1moc ly done. Our work is the best BASSPHONE
is the CLINT
The rainy season A. B. Cook & Co., No. 30, Watkins and our prices are the lowest.

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep opportunities Block, make and a specialty income investments.If of business. This is the place to have your S75

in advance of trees set you have a paying business or old clothes made new. West Jefferson Street
growth .
one year's property yielding a regular income Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit '
for sale describe same fully and write dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit :Successor to
fall.
next I the company. Relations confidential. pressed _____________40c.
8-5-6td-ltw Wood CompanyWood
Hand
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All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

I NOTICE pressed ____________50c
Description List and lowest I The office of Gordon's Transfer has Mohair suits pressed ______25c. of AlllKinds:
for
Catalog o
; ; Send today I been moved from No. 8 East Church, We do ladies' work also. Giveus SERVICE -
:street to 201 South Orange avenue PROMPT
prices to the above address just around the corner, in the Yancey a trial and be convinced. PRICELumber
I'meat market building. Will be gladto Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE *
accommodate our friends and cus-
the same as usual. 866tiI Phone 613.
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1 1 Worthington Blackman
WANTS
C. B. ROBINSON

ATTORNEY-AT.L11V
I: .- ATTORNEYATLAWNo. t
Phone 617
The Morning Sentinel Want West Pine Sreet '
Directory is the Greatest Want Room 14, Yowell-Duckworth
ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161
I I Building
Term Cash in Advance.

Plaster and Lime RATES
Cement, Agatite For One Day ______________25t
For Three Day __________50e DAVIS & GILESATTORXEYSAT.LA'V
For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month: ____________$2. 0 FRANK SMITHATTOREY.ATLA'V
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- I
tains more than 25 words the rate I
will be one cent per word for Phone 172 Phone 72
each additional word, for each in-

sertion.If Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block
you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- \
counts opened by telephone will! be
I payable the following day.
t. 1 ] Victor Starbuck .
I' Every Home-Every Businesa- J. M. CHENEY .
i Every Man has use for a I
I Sentinel Want Ad. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone ATTORNEY-AT-LAW


87 Phone 161 I IVo.

FOR SALE
Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Ha.
') MULES FOR SALE
Pair nice mare mules in good condition : Bldg __________ i
I suitable for farm or heavy hauling I
I
; weight about 1.000 pounds. Apply -
\ I'. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf RefiningCo.
., Orlando Florida. 717tfcFOR I F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER

A QUICK SALE-20 acre tract DR. N. L. BRYAN
one quarter mile from city limits;; and CONTRACTOR
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- I DENTIST
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
Phone 37
I 6-9-tf Phone 716
1

FOR RENT Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-

FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur-I Bldg

All Ready for the PicnicMANY Knox.nished flats and dwellings. Jas.7-9-tf A. L. Percival Hutton


A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVERa WANTED SURVEYING 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

hot kitchen fire A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly I WANTED-By a good cook, place for ARCHITECT
and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- two months. Can furnish best of Plating and Sub-Dividing
lunch for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. references and begin work at once. UcNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
ing a quick ; Landonia Singleton, Terry street. PROMPT AND ACCURATE

New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS I 8-G-3t* WORK Florida.Member _0'
I WANTED To make transformations, F. A. A.
curls and switches from the comb- HAL A. IRISH
UNCERTAINTY.You /
GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE
COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT TilE ings of your own hair. By Mrs. E.
never have to offer the excuse--"The oven was not right. The oven is always right with a Gas Roberts, 33 West Church street. Civil Engineer
house for the day do not have to leave a coal fire
close the you
And then if wish to -
you
six room
Range. WANTED-A or seven
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. house or bun alow. New house 17 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
preferred. Will rent for the year.
Address G. II, care the Sentinel.
8-7-tfc.

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO J FOR SALE-Strong single wagon; Phone 72
also small force pump, and water I
tank, 8x10; in fairly good condition; I
GAS DEPARTMENT very cheap. Central Gardens, 820 Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDEU
West Central avenue, Orlando Fla. I OPTOMETRIST

8-7-31 'I and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDA
,
WANTED-A man of good address I VE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
who is a member of the Masonic I AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Davis & McNeil Bldg
fraternity to act as special deputy for
the Masonic Life, of the District of I ORLANDO, FLA. ornrAi REPAIRING
Columbia. Tins is an ideal proposition -
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Milt and we have a very con-
tract to offer. For particulars address i
giving three references, W. W. Harness Makingand Cut Flowers
Colson, Orlando, Fla. 87.2t* I,

CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE BUYERS AND SELLERS I Repairing and Plants
SOUTH" APOPKA I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando. Fla.. All kinds of leather repairing, suchas

over S20.000.000.30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Floral Designs

FLORIDAAll 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.To Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
reduce our stock as much as possible -
scissors sharpened.
by the 15th, will give a discountof get your
25 per cent. off our regular cash 25 West Church Street, in Hopkins Violet Dell Florist.
and price on any goods in store. Ham- Shoe Shop. ,.
Grape-
the leading varieties of Orange mond & Gore. 6-5-tf W. A. BOSTON

. fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest : Umbrellas recovered" and repaired Repair 7-20-12t J. M. CARUTHERS
"while you wait, at Young's South Lake 8U
.. .. Shop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Phone 509. 408
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prices .. RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
., FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn
swings, and all kinds of carpenter Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
I. work, go to Tracy & Moore. 18 East I work guaranteed and neat-

time set : Church street. 7-25-1moc ly done. Our work is the best BASSPHONE
is the best to CLINT
The rainy season : A. B. Cook & Co., No. 30 Watkins and our prices are the lowest.

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep Block opportunities, make a and specialty income investments.of business This is the place to have your 375

in advance of trees set If you have a paying business or old clothes made new. West Jefferson Street
one year's growth property yielding a regular income Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. a
fall. for I sale describe same fully and write Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit :Successor to'

next !'the, company. Relations confidential. pressed _____________40c.
8-5-6td-ltw Wood Company
Hand
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All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

I NOTICE pressed ____________50c
for Catalog Description List and lowest I The office of Gordon's Transfer has Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Wood of AlllKinds:
Send today East Church
t (been moved from No. 8 do ladies' work also. Giveus \
,street to 201 South Orange avenue, We PROMPT SERVICE
prices to the above address i just around the corner, in the Yancey a trial and be convinced. PRICE
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meat market building. Will be gladto Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE
accommodate our friends and customers -
the same as usual. 8-6-Cti Phone 613.
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ARCADE MOTHERS MEET IN ST. PETERSBURG

London, Aug. 6.-"The Russian of- -
fice has set aside $25,000,000 to help Thou shalt not whip thy child to
Seventh Day Adventists of Florida Country Gentleman CornThe
pay the cost of the removal of War- 'cause physical suffering.
MILK will hold the state convention in St.
saw mills and factories to the interiorof I Thou shalt not frighten thy child,,
Petersburg September 30 to October
the empire," says the Petrograd I but reward him for enduring dark 10, arrangements having been com- finest corn in the market.

correspondent of the Times. "The ness. pleted for the gathering by Bishop 20 cent cans for ______-____________________15c
DEPOT direct out- Thou shalt not breathe the d
Warsaw retreat is less the wor"don't" W. H. Hickman, of Orlando. It is 15 cent cans for ____________________________lOc
the Blonie in the of child.
of
come engagements on presence thy
expected that 500 delegates' will at-
line and in the Thou shalt not conduct .
thyself
f Nowogeorgievsk region so
tend. The ,
meeting will be held in ,
than the result of strategic situ- there be cause for thy child to disre- Ale
tents. A big tent will be providedfor Ginger
BUTTER MILK- ation whole. thee.
as a spec the principal meetings and smaller -
"In the region of Ostrolenka and Thou shalt not allow thy child to
tents for the andchildren's
people
Fresh Every Day. the mouth of Ekwa, the enemy threat- learn the meaning of "can't. young The kind to drink in hot weather.
meetings. A tent
5c. dining
glass
25c.per gallon ened to cut our communications and Thou shalt always stop thy work to also will be erected. It is expectedthat 25 cent bottles ____________________________-20c '

per deprive us of the opportunity of regrouping answer thy child's question. many families will live in tentson 15 cent bottles _____________________________lie
while their offensive in Thou shalt not plague child to
thy
CREAM AND MILK by the grounds during the convention. 10 cent bottles ____________________-_________8c
the Lomza district the Germans are try his temper.
BUTTER Bishop Hickman will preside at the
striving to effect a deep envelopmentof Thou shalt so adorn thy home that
meetings and says some of the most
Fresh Homemade our forces on the Vistula river. thy child find it attractive as Fairy- ChecksPay
noted speakers in the country in the Savings
Should this offensive be further devel- land.
SANDWICHESPIES adventist church will be there.
oped, it possibly will be directed Thou shalt not indulge in wine, nor

AND CAKES against Balystok and BrestLitovskfrom loud speaking before thy child. your July account before the 10th of August, and

I the north. It is quite likely that Thou shalt attire thyself to look as get the Savings Checks.
Field Marshal von Mackensen will beautiful as the dawn and make thy Specials for Satur-

transfer his troops from the Cholm smile as enticing as a sunset for the
ARCADE MilK DEPOT
district to eo-operate in this attempt."Today's benefit of thy child.-Buffalo News. day and MondayBest

news warrants the con- Our
Grocery Company
clusion that the fate of Riga is sealed. MOTHER'S HAIRPIN Patent Flour- ;

The country on the side of the Massa, 24 pound sack$1.00 and $1.10 Two Phones 3 and 200
:
where is The doorbell broke the other day,
fighting
progressing at pres- Pop couldn't make it ring. 12 pound sack _____50c. and 55c
When Greek :ent, does not afford the Russians a Said he: "I'll have to get.a man Imported Lemons, per dozen __u20c 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
line capable'of stemming the enemy'sadvance To fix the blamed old thing." Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2 lbs

Meets GreekWas but it is suitable merely for My Think mother what said you'd: "Oh have, don't to pay.do that" for -----___________________25c ilMilllliilMtillilllllltllMiMlltlllllltlMi
rear guard actions. The river Dvinais
And then she took a hairpin out Pure Ground Coffee, per lb. __18c

intrinsically a more formidable obstacle And fixed it right away. and --_____________________25c
but as Riga is situated on both Tomato Catsup, 15c and 23c.;
We lost the back door last week,
key
sides of the river
it does
not afford ____ __
sizes for
10c. 20c.
and
symbolic of an order fast 'Twas when the door was locked; u
I opportunities for effective defense." Pop. fumed around and said things till Irish Potatoes, per peck _________25c PER
passing from the modern stageof The neighbors were all shocked; Lenox Soap, 8 bars for _____--_--2oc 25 CEN1 DiscountFor
action. When gentleman WHAT BILL DID Then Mom she got a hairpin out Golden Rod Washing Powders,
An' poked, and pretty quick
meets gentleman will supplantthe I She had the bolt turned in the lock, 7 packages for _____________25c
old adage, and the one who I Bill Turner was a farmer, he la- The hairpin did the trick.There's California Peaches, Pears and

wins as the most perfect gentle- bored all his life. He didn't haveno nothing much that Mom can't Plums, per can ________--__20c the benefit of our customers -
schoolin' and neither had his wife. doWith Fancy Head Rice, per lb. --___.___7c
man will be the one who feels But Bill was built for business and hairpins, seems as like Tall Pink Salmon, per can ______lOc we will give a 25
himself to be such. Your per- made the wheels go 'round, and left a One day she'll fix Pop's busted watch,

sonal appearance has a powerful healthy fortune when they put him And next 'twill be my bike. discount
cent cash
If we was poor I'll bet that she Honest Weights and Measures per on
effect on your consciousness. under ground. He was always taking Could make hard luck take wings

... chances, paid a hundred for a bull. By goin' round the city withA all goods sold during the
His neighbors called him crazy, but hairpin, fixin' things.:
he left a stable full of cows that -Selected. Cash Grocery Co. month of July and August.

Orlando broke the record, making butter by DUKE: NICHOLAS SAVES HIS Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. III
the ton, an' Bill had his picture printed ARMIES
in the Squeedunk Sun. He
Steam Weekly Petrograd, Aug. Ivangorod and
LaundryPHONE had new fangled notions of making I A. B. Cook & Co.
Warsaw are lost, but the latest reports Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
88 farming pay. He even bought a fool] indicate that Grand Duke Nich-

machine to help him load his hay. The I olas is withdrawing his armies meth- 30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. i
neighbors fairly snorted when they odically and checkmating the German DIRECTORS AND BIB AIMERS.
saw the bloomin' thing said Bill
;
would never make it work. It wasn't attacks on both flanks. Before leav- Cor. Orange Ave. and Church) St. Orlando Fla. I
ing Ivangorod the Russians withdrew I Dealers in Real Estate, In-
M. O. Dovell!! worth a ding! Bill didn't say a single
word their stores, blew up the forts and vestments and Business Oppor- .
an didn't care a darn 'bout what
bridges, then retired to the right bank
they said, fer slick as grease his hay tunities.
of the Vistula. Austro-German suc-
& Son went in the barn hour before
an a
cesses are causing no panic here. The Trya Sentinel Want Ad
thunder storm came sailin out that
public had been prepared for bad
way and caught his neighbors in a REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS
news.
pinch and spoiled their new-mown

.hay. Bill's neighbors put their milkin LOANS
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
cans and set 'em in a tank. Bill On and after August: 5th, 1915, I MORTGAGES
106 Grace Street'skimmed his milk with a machine and will not be responsible for any debts CAREY HAND
turned it with a crank. Smith choppedhis made by my wife, Mary Nell' Crippen. BANK STOCKS :
firewood with an axe. Bill used 8-7-6t A. H. CRIPPEN, JR. TIMBER

Phone 283-2 Rings some gasoline and sawed a hundred BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Read the Morning Sentinel for the
I cords with another
a day blamed ma- OF ALL KINDS.
chine. Bill's wife rides news. lOc. a week delivered.
Today in a AND EMBALMERAll

I car and dresses up in silk. Smith's ,

Gasoline, Kerosene, LubricatingOils wife rides in a wagon: and keeps on MMMMilltMMMIiitiMIMtMtliniltniM'lijIMHBREAKERS
skimming milk.-Taylor County (Ky.)
and Greases. Our wagonsare Enquirer. HOTELDAYTONA calls answered Promptly Dayor

always at your service. BEACH, FLORIDA Night. Hand Block.I
LETTERS TO THE SENTINELMr.
Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy.

Editor-In my letter to the Hot and Cold running water in every room Orlando Florida. \i

Sentinel in yesterday's issue, where it LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH ,

is stated that "$5,000 will permanently Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457 '

M. O. Dovell!! advance the city," it should read $10 per week, American Plan. t
$3,000 will permanently advertisethe
New Bath House Free to Guests
city. This is an unfortunate error -

& Son tire, article.as it alters the sense C.of HOLT.the en- MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop. ] j jlitiiiililMMIIillMlllilUMOIIMIMMIMIMIUiMt Sentinel Want Ads' Get ResultsillMiMIIMIilllMiliillliiilltMliin


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"No Nursery Tree Is A First Class ,



Tree Unless Budded From Bearing NO Fruit Grower can afford to ignore this lii'


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

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

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

The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for years specialized i i0.
W. Conner.
in bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the ONLY PLACE in

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

J Your grove is bound to be a paying investment if you use our stock.

't1%al. We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree I

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

'. ** ** y pleasant over hard-surfaced roads by auto. Wehave opened offices at No. 8, Yowell-Duckworth
&
;*"5SP** nk.)&*&i.? F _ building, and placed Mr. G. G. Wright in charge. Call on him now'and arrange for your supply of

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

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

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

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G. G. WRIGHT, Agent I: ;

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I Tree like these will work while you sleep. They can't be Grown overnight i 1

takes time. Contract for YOUR Supply NOW.

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such THE BEAUTIES OF ORLANDO THINGS WE ARE GLAD TO RECEIVE -
LETTERS TO TilE SENTINELHow entire six thousand a year into
free subscriptions. We want a public Orlando the wonderful city-Orlando I'I I '

to Spend the Money building, fully equipped for the Where grow things; appear by magic to The following was sent to the Sentinel -

Publishers Sentinel-At the recent accommodation of visitors and pros- But list'n, 'tis not magic, but worth by a valued subscriber and we
pective settlers. We need the new- That makes her one of the wondersof reproduce it, in the hope that it may I
ratification election the voters of Or- comers. The greater number of them earth. be of benefit to others. We are GEORGIA MILITARY ACADEMY
six thou-
lando decided wear to spend for some the greater need of the building.Let Her beauty is express't in two bright ways pleased to receive things of ai-I The Souths Most Splendidly Equipped Prep School
publicity
sand dollars pur-
us hear from others who have eyesEmerald nature, and if there are any '
That means for the purposeof takes-just the same size; I. conducted on
poses. offer. In multitudeof who have articles of interest we will The school and
to a
suggestions Which is the prettiest is hard to discern -
outside world know
the I of
letting counsel there is wisdom. be glad to have them send them in. a system prac home buildings areticalidealsthatmake
what Orlando has to offer to attract i MAHLON GORE. Eola, or her wonderful rival. Lucerne.A "To remove peach stains from white ft 11 modern throughout
home seekers and visitors. Many for thorough mental
and splendidly I
( goods add two parts of cream of tartar -
men of many minds will of course city whose homes with one anothervie to one part of oxalic acid, ground moral and phy. r equipped in every
I was The Surinam cherry is a valuable eical development. 'I
offer suggestions.
|- be ready to respect
To appear most pleasing to the critic'seye fine, and keep dry in a bottle. Apply
greatly interested in the recent sug- fruit which is deserving of more gen-
; a little of the powder to the stain and
Holt. In eral cultivation in this part of the The beautiful is located about 1200 feet
gestions of Mr. Chauncey A city where can be combined with dampen. Repeat until the stain fades I campus
the main I agree with him althoughit state. It is not very generally known, wealthGod's health. out, then wash out at once in clear above sea level in the ideal climate of the Blue +I 0
would seem that private interests and not generally liked as a taste for unpurchasable blessing water." Ridge Plateau. Only 8 miles from Atlanta the I i
would supply all of the ten pin alleys I it must be acquired. But once acquired Her churches do homage to the King
I Southern center of education and culture.
it. Her choirs in melody sing
for fond of
becomes
that visitors require
and billiards one very
You'll hear "No. it
Praises to Christ the Son. a man say
their entertainment. Most of them It makes a most paltable jelly. The For with His guidance life's battlesare doesn't pay me to advertise,as it Careful, individual attention is given each student, and
prefer out of doors sports, while those bush, or shrubby tree is an evergreenand easier won. peals to too small a class of ap-\\ each instructor has twelve students under his direct !

who come here to become residents is hardy in this latitude. It Her schools are wonders to see, his And bunch yet when of keys the he same rushes man to loses the I supervision for safe-guarding and night study.

would take kindly to reading rooms grows from seed; is of slow growthfor i Nestling on the green under the flag with a "Lost" ad, although |
newspaper
Thorough offered for
libraries and state society meetings. the first two or three years. It is of the free he knows that in the whole courses are Classical
Clothing our youth in armor to fight Engineering and Commercial study. ;
is wide world there is only one
The bright
habit. person
them dean of foliage a
1 But as a means of reaching Life's battles in a way that is "honor
'in their homes and informing them of green tinged with reddish purple in bright." who can ad.possibly be influenced isn't by it his"Lost" ? The efficient Military Department is in charge of a U. S. Army officer
, Contradictory and has the distinction of being one of the few schools "Es- .
back it
the inducements and attractions of early spring. By cropping Her groves so pretty in green and
pecially commended for progress" by the U. S. War Department. 4
Orlando and vicinity, it is doubtful if would grow into a very beautiful fruit yellow The Sentinel's classified columnsare
Bathed in a sunlight wondrously mellow For interesting, illustrated literature, address:
any more effective means could be bearing hedge. It has no thorns. full of little human interest stories -
Fruit is a bright cherry color, is COL. J. C. WOODWARD, A. M, Pre., .
devised than that adopted by the Laden with fruit so ulsciously sweet reflecting the needs of hundredsof COLLECEPARK. CA.
county last season of sending out sub- fluted or ribbed from blossom to stem. The longer you stay the more you eat. people. Cultivate the habit of

scriptions of our local newspapers.Of It should be more generally culti- So we invite you to Orlando reading them. *

course, our publishers are too mod- vated. Where things by magic seem to grow; ,
But list'n, 'tis not magic but worth
est to suggest the pian. But as one That makes her one of the wondersof
who has had some experience in this Subscribe for tile Morning Sentinel earth. A

line I may speak for them. Probably lOc. a week, delivered. B. .

nn scheme ever_, __ tried___ bv anv countv in ...-

Florida brought better or quicker re- tiiiiiiniiiiiiiiitiitiiiitinniitiaiiiiiiiiiiiiittfST. : =--. '
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.. turns. It was an experiment. The { ? t i fu

results justify more work along the Hhi
JOSEPH'S ACADEMYST. .. '.-'\ .. .
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line.Orlando .'"
same !
may well be proud of her AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA .:0 tt;

newspapers. I know of no town, Established 1866 < :

north, south, east or west' of the same f'f'.f.f i :

size that surpasses'Orlando in this High-Class Boarding School for young ladies in charge of -
respect. To regularly receive and Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic andnonCatholic

read any one of our city papers will families of this and other states. Buildings splendidly '\ ,,. ', iij
interest the recipient in spite of hisloyalty equipped with all modern conveniences. Delightful and healthy > '- ; : : "
location in quaint and artistic Ancient City. Course thorough, em- : "\< i:1::1 f.f
to his old home, and in spiteof I bracing al branches requisite for a solid and refined education. : y" '
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any preconceived prejudice against Music Painting, languages, Comercial Course. Terms moderate.For ;,..... :
the "land of snakes, alligators and I I full particulars, write 1 .
SISTER SUPERIOR.
\ malaria," so generally entertained by S : r1 1

the good people who reside north of IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII I IIIII III I .

*" :Mason and Dixon's: Line. Six monthsof '

papers weekly must perusal interest of one some of member Orlando's of Where Shall I Go To School? 4 The ONLY GRAND PFJZEi?\,;.; : I

any home that it goes into. ':

This is not a plea for public patronage FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITYGainesville in the motor. vehicle section of the ..1 : .

to the papers. It is a business WOMEN Fla. Internatteri: Expo \ 1
proposition. I am sure that all of our Tallahassee Fla. I' J p'aramu-PacIFlc <
standards, ranking with the MEDAL of : :.
city papers would be sent for short Standard the same as those of the Highest I! sition and the FIRST '.,
terms to such names as the publicity best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the HONOR both awarded to the ,
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country. North and East. .' : were ;
committee might subscribe for, at .
cost. I have not sounded the publishers Modern buildings and equipment.; 378 students last session. Total en- I .; >
all modern conveniences. i 1
the matter. But I know that rollment 630 including Summer
on 437 students regular term; 163 ,; .j
were I again in the business I would summer term; total enrollment' last School. ... : .. .
send them at cost, taking chance session 636.Tuition :' Ti1 '
:, my Free in College and Nor- Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per ., .. .
of the recipient becoming a perma- mal School. :semester for law. ::1 L
nent subscriber at the regular priceof For Catalogue and information tr .
I For further information address .
subscription. ;
Understand I would not put the writeEDWARD CONRADI. President..t A. A. MURPHREE, President. 'i'i

.. award based I r j
f.. This supreme was .

11' upon: Quality! of material and :

workmanship-skill and ingenuity ': ." J
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: of its Value"One \\H! i ,superiority and the qualities of j
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., of the new '. t',"5i1' ,
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I A value of the Long Distance !:11 1 : '. 4 __ :.: ;
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us.

.r He was at Huntsville nt "TWIN-SIX" 2, : ::1
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calls for fifteen merchants within :, ,,
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radius of several hundred miles. ;t J'. :;,_, GREATER RANGE OF ABILITY ON HIGH CZAR /' -t'JII. ? f

:Y l ; MORE MILES PER GALLON OF GASOLINE. !rt. '
AT ALL SPEEDS .:. ; :':
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"In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels Fatter pick-up Perfect accessibility -; ..:;.-.; ;>,:I t"f'


'. of flour at a total cost to us of less than six dollars. a tt k :" Unequalled Lower up-keep hill-climbing Reduced Greater weight peed ,'....:,:".'.;::j/ :T'.
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"Since then we have applied the Long Distance LOW GRACEFUL LINESTrt ;"',.1",1 p

b 1-35- WheeKase 135 Inches. Thirteen styles o) '. ..a { ;:,'4.1 J'H

Bell Telephone to every feature of our business with ':' f 'I open Detroit and enclosed.bodies. Price with any open body 92,950 f.o.b. %+"P,. "r.{ :,.J It"Jt1"'
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w dis. P The 1-25- WheeOxue 125 Inches. Nine styles of open /:) '
most profitable results. The service is fine, the and enclosed todies. Price, with any open body f. o. 4. '1\';,,'::'' r1;
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$2,600 U : -': :
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rates are reasonable and there is more satisfactionin u.s : .
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one Long Distance Telephone talk than in halfa .: 'I ;$ Orlando, Florida tfA '7 ,"


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f At the Exposition- Miss Willie Woodward, of Umatilla I

t and Miss Clara Nutt, of Tavares, are I YOUR BILLSBEFORE
else in the United States-the safest to
and anywhere way carry visiting their aunt, Mrs. Clara John- ,
r.1: "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 and .1 son.
f shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued in
t- $10 $20, $50 and $100. Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Hall have returned THE 10th TO ,- A
to Orlando from a delightful :
f outing of several weeks spent at
ABAChequect Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
Pablo Beach. \\'. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
(American Bankers AssociafiorJ Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
Turbin and Walter Pillans left City Drug; Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries. t
Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
t I It \\ ,; G I Wednesday for Orlando, where they John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
t: } I will visit a couple of weeks.Lakeland J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings.Good Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
t t by \ Z 1 M A.B.A.-Cr.11 Star. and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
b4 t til a\wy ie Ie occqIJ 010 tire avenue and Arcade building. Store.
r \ tOIA Rr M, ExpaRiua Ground, I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ponder have as J. A. Caplinger, Electrician.CoOperative Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
t their guests Mr. Ponder's mother and Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
tr sister, Mrs. Ponder and Miss Essie Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.
tt T. P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.
tr r Ponder, of Orlando.-Ocala Star. Our Grocery Company.


Dr. Albert Parker, one of Kissimmee's They will give you back 2 cents in Savings
r popular and prominent citizens,
Checks for dollar with themin
ft spent yesterday in Orlando mingling every you spend

business with pleasure.Mr. cash or if you pay your bill by the 10th of ,

;; J. L. Hamrick, who has been the month, therefore

spending several days in this section

with relatives and friends, left yesterday -
I IFOP
for Jacksonville.Mrs. Ask for SAVINGS CHECKS


r S. Waters Howe returned yesterday i ,
afternoon from a delightful
. GpOD FoA GDQO FOA
visit with relatives and friends in
t

Tampa.Mr. FOR DEPOSR Ir DEPOSIT
IN THE : IN THE
! J. E. Rose, one of the well SAVINGSDEPARTMENTOF } sAVINGSEEPARTMENTOF .,

known progressive farmers of the I PEOPLES NATIONAL v 0 PEOPLES THE NATIONAL '00

L : Lockhart section, transacted business I \e BANK 1 rl BANK \o' 9 4 f' ,
f at the county metropolis yesterday.If F


ft The State Bank of Orlando If you spend $10 a week you save ,
t checks.$10! a year by asking for savings 8-1-tf Then don't keep them at home but deposit

them at once so they will earn 4 per cent in- ,

Mrs. Mary Troy arrived in Orlando I for in the Savings Department of the !
yesterday afternoon from Daytona to I terest you 1i
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visit her daughter, Mrs James Kin-I
caid, at her home on Summerlin Place. I
ITS AN ECONOMY TO BUY NOW! Peoples National Bank I

"ELDER" WaterIT FOR SALE-1915 Overland; car is ,
Spring brand new, perfect condition; original -
sale price $1,150; special price
IS A STANDARD FOR PURITY AIDS DIGESTION ASDELUIIX.TES now $825. Orlando Auto & Supply 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
Co. 8-8-ltc
. ACIDITY 1.,1111,111111.11111".1,1,1,111111111,111,1,1111111111111, . .. .,...
I This being accomplished a world of sickness is saved. Nature
f provided Spring Water and Spring$; Water alone for mankind and Miss Addie :McNeill, neice of Mr.
' nothing can take its place. BEGIN NOW.Elder and Mrs. E. H. McNeill, who has been

visiting Orlando for several days, left

Spring Water, FLORIDA CompanyORLANDO Texas.yesterday for her home in Orange PACKARD Wins Grand,


f I Phone WRIGHT, 444ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. L. L. Payne and daughter I
San Francisco
Miss Ruth, left yesterday over the Prize at

f -- Atlantic Coast Line for Newport,
R. I., where they will spend the remainder i t

of the summer.If .
The only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan- i,

t you spend $10 a week you save ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -

checks.$10 a year by asking for savings 8-1-t were both awarded to PACKARD.It .
-
is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the qualities -

f: -- -- The home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. of permanent success that are back of the new i,
Anderson, in Idlewild Park, was glad-
dened Friday afternoon by the visit
t of the stork, who left an eight pound<

: baby boy. Packard Twin-Six .

i Mr. E. Luther Griffin, of Tampa,
who is enjoying a well earned vaca- I
tion which he is spending with rela- .
The following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effective -
tives and friends in
Orange county,
t August 2, 1915: t spent yesterday in Orlando. San Juan Garage Company

Ford Runabout ________$390.00 '
i Miss Nell Scott, of Orlando, is
r. Ford Touring Car______ 440.00 ; en- ; '
joying a stay of several days in Jacksonville Orlando -Daytona
i Ford Town Car ________ 640.00 en route to the mountains of
i
No speedometer included in this year's North Carolina, where she will spend DISTRIBUTORS
the remainder of the TimesUnion.Mr. .
; equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped.
I"'

There can be no assurance given againstan J. L. Dillard, a worthy member lit*'\ MtttliHiMMi > MM U.tint' >
advance in these prices at any time. of the board of county commissioners, -

t F. G. RUSH and one of Orange county's most pop- '" " illtllMtmtMIIIIMIIIIIIItMtMIMMMHIMMWho
ular citizens, was a visitor to Orlando i

32 East Church Street Phone 226 yesterday from Winter Garden.If Executor?
Will Be Your :

you spend $10 a week you save
r $10 a year by asking for savings
checks. 8-1-t t ,
ANSWER NO. 2 _
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r-
. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Macy and Your estate may be materially impaired as a AW4 '

Mrs. V. B. Chapman will leave Orlando direct result of the appointment of an executor .A if" .'
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tomorrow afternoon the Atlantic
G over or trustee.
1111111.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ.IIIIIIII..l Coast Line for Nyack, N. Y. :-
When an individual is appointedThe
where they will remain until October.
.
financial responsibility is generally weaker.It

Mrs. T. J. O'Neal and children, who is usually provided in wills that the person
: have been visiting relatives in At- nominated to serve as executor shall be excused

lanta, Ga., returned to Orlando yesterday from giving bonds. {
,
afternoon and are again at When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense -
AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs their pretty home, 105 Lucerne Circle. of the estate, and then only partial secu- ,.,. ,

loss is provided. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Schepp and rity against .
is selected- j
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but there baby arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon When a Trust Company .

1 is a certain period in the lives of most of us when our I from Denver, Colo. and will The positive advantage of strong financial re-
visit Mrs. : is secured.A .
Schepp's mother Mrs. Jacob sponsibility
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with
Diamonds.A Meyer, at 315 North Orange ave- bond which has behind it the entire financial
nue. strength of the Institution is always filed with
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of the Probate Court at no cost to the estate. j '

pilot to engage at this stage in life's g me. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dolive and Mrs Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue l
A. W. Bumby and interesting little
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? of this newspaper. ,
daughter, Pauline, left yesterday for :,. I
Daytona Beach, where they will spend
several days enjoying the delights a; Come in any time and freely ask for further' t 1 ,
that resort.If v information on this vitally important subject.
S You are always welcome, and our officers are alI s' _

you spend $10 a week you save ways glad to advise. ,
T. H. EVANSJEWELER $10 a year by asking for saving : ; :
checks. 8-1-tf I I I Trust
Doctors The Orlando Bank & Company :

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BiiekinnstiT & BruinhtgciOSTEOPATHS Orlando, Florida


Personal instruction under Dr. Still I Capital Surplus and Profits 141000.00 :

at Kirksville Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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