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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 10, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME



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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1915. NUMBER 151.

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UNITED AMERICA TO END MEXICAN WAR;






STRONG BRITISH ADVANCE AT HOOGE




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SEVEN REPUBLICS WESTERN I NIILLAGE ASSESSED FOR 110,000,000 MEN FOlLOWKAISER'S I GROUND LOST TO GERMANS

_ IIEIISPIIEUEIAKE I I BIG GERMAN FLEET ATTACKS THE RECENTLY IS REGAINED

PEACE ULTIMATUMTO : STATE AND COUNTYTOTAL STANDARD AND ADVANCE MADE



DECLARE ARMISTICE AT ONCE WILL BE THIRTY- :ENTRANCE TO GULF OF RIGA SUNDAY ESTIMATED THAT NUMBER : FURIOUS NIGHT ATTACK REPULSEDInvaders

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FIVE AND ONE-HALF COMPOSE HUGE GERMAN -
Leaders of Warring Factions Lose When
MILLS IS REPULSED WITH SLIGHT MACHINEThis Heavily

Must Agree on Provisional WIN FIGHT FORPROTESTANTS DAMAGE TO CRUISER They Made Night Attackon

President-Support for County Millage Remains the AND TORPEDO BOATS Includes Persons Actually Railway Station at

New Government Same as Last Year-State Serving in Germany Army Souchez

Will Assess OnehalfMill and Those Under Con-

Washington, Aug. .-The United More NEW GAINS PURSUIT OF RUSSIANS trol of Military: London, Aug. 9.-The British troops

States and the Latin-American countries recaptured all of the trenches which

represented at the PanAmerican I Six mills will be the state tax levy Germans Claim Continued Success London.-At a session of the meat they lost to the Germans in the regionof

conference on Mexican affairs III for the new year, according to a let APOPKA cargo cases before a British prize Hooge on July 30, and hate further

ti hare agreed upon a definite policy in ter received from Comptroller W. V. for Sieges of Three court, the solicitor general producedan extended their front for a distance -

the settlement of the Mexican prob(i Knott in Tallahassee, by County Tax Great Russian affidavit by Major Eric Dillon, of of 1,200 yards, making net gain

lem. This announcement was made Assessor Arthur Butt. This is an excess the British general staff, estimatingthat for General French's troops along
Fortresses
today by Secretary Lansing.The of one-half mill over the state WAR DEPARTMENT SAYS the number of persons servingin fully a mile of the battle front.

plan to be carried out is approximately tax assessment of last year. WATER IS REGARDED the German army and under the The repulse of a furious German
It has been
9.
Petrograd Aug. announced -
as follows: The tax law passed by the legislature control of German military authority night attack on the north railway sta-
AS NAVIGABLE officially]] that a German fleet
First: The three leaders in Mexico permits the state to levy eight aggregates 10,000,000. Dillon's fig- tion of Souchez, in which, the invaders
of nine battleships, twelve cruisers,
will be informed by the PanAmerican mills in all. This is subdivided as follows ures follow: lost heavily, was, reported from
and a large number of torpedo boats
conference held at New York : Two and one-half mills for DAVIS AND GILES ARE SUCCESSFUL I paris.
Under fronts in
'attacked the entrance to the Gulf of arms on two ,
Wednesday that they must declare an state purposes; one mill for school j Riga Sunday. garrisons in Belgium andon

armistice and immediately] confer and purposes; four mills for pensions, and lines of communica- Germans Use Fire Projectors i
:!! The fleet was repulsed and one
agree upon a provisional president. one-half a mill for the state board of It Is Asserted That the Zellwood ___ __ London.-A description of the Ger-
cruiser and two, torpedo boats were tions ____ __ _______ 4,000,000
Second: Should Carranza fail to health, or a total millage of eight Florida Farms CompanyWill I man hand fire projector used in an'I
damaged. In training in Germany ____ 750,000
agree to this, thellnited States and mills. While therefore the taxes this attack on the British trenches at

its Latin allies will recognize the pro I year will be one-half a mill higher Proceed With Casualties, including] constant !Hooge early] last Saturday morning

visional president who has been accepted than last ;year it will be less by two Other Plans Germans Report New Gains temporary wastage ______2,000,000On .is furnished by. the correspondent at

or agreed upon by Villa and I mills than the legisature allows. London, Aug. 9.-The Germans report railways used and organized British headquarters of the MorningPost.

Zapata and the other patriotic ee- The board of county commissionersat Application of the Zellwood Florida] new gains today in their pursuitof for war and controlledby .

ments. their regular meeting held last Farms Company to lower Lake Apopka the Russian armies retreating from the military authori- "A fire projector is carried strapped

Third: The factions and people of week agreed that twenty-nine and a in order that a large tract of the Warsaw Salient. ties ____________________ 500,000At to the back, writes the correspondent -

Mexico will be advised that the half mills would be sufficient to meet muck lands to the north of the water Prague, a Warsaw suburb, which Krupp's arsenals and factories "exactly as is a fire extinguisher.It .

.. United States will finance the political all demands of the budget for the en- body can be reclaimed, has been denied was held by the Russians for three and other arsenals apparently contains some inflammable -

elements which will agree upon a suing year, and this sum is divided as by the secretary of war. Noticesto days after the fall of' the city itself, and factories making war oil under pressure, which, when

provisional president and that the I follows: this effect are being sent out to has been occupied by the Germans munitions ______________ 750,000In the stopcock is opened, projects a

proposed new government will have General revenue ________ 3 1-2 mills protestants in the case by Major W. who are pressing forward to the east- coal mines and in facto- long, flaming jet."

the active moral support of the Fines and forfeitures ____ 11-2 mills B. Ladue, corps of engineers.The ward. ries concerned in making After half an hour of tremendous
Roads __________________ 5
mills
is based The Germans claim continued suc-
United States, Brazil, Chile, Argen- funds secretary's action upon army boots, clothing and firing the Germans crept towards the
and inter-
Sinking A
tina, Uruguay, Guatemala, and Bo est on road bonds _____ 6 1-2 mills the contention that Lake Apopka is cesses for their sieges of the three other articles for the battered trenches of the British

.. livia.Fourth Schools ________________ 7 mills regarded as a navigable water of the great Russian fortresses, Koveno, army ___________________2,000,000 through gaps. Already weakened by
: It is the purpose of these Special school district ___ 3 mills United States and that the loweringof Lomza, and NovoGeorgievsk. The statement was produced in the heavy shelling, the British troops l\
I Interest school bonds 3 mills
governments after the choice of a on the lake's surface, to the extent support of the crown's contention that holding the forward trenches fell back

provisional president to prevent the I I Total county _______29 1-2 mills contemplated by the plans, would interfere BASEBALL RESULTS people employed in some of the or- when attacked by the Germans with

shipment of arms and ammunition to State millage __________ 6 mills with such navigation. The dinarily civilian occupations are now their fire projectors. It

any faction which, is opposed to the Total applicants are advised, however, that National League in the service of the German govern-

new government.Fifth In the county Taft district and state.35 the millage mills the war department will consider Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 4. ment, and that therefore the food- KISSIMMEE VOTES $27,500 BONDS

: The shipment of arms and may plans for accomplishing the desired Chicago 0, Brooklyn 13. stuff seized by the British govern-
be a little higher on account of the
munitions of war to the new provisional -I end without interfering with the lake. St. Louis 2, Boston 6. ment really was intended for Ger- Kissimmee, Fla.f Aug. 9.-Only two
special drainage tax. In this district
York rain.
government will be permitted in 1 the school Major Ladue's LetterIn Pittsburgh-New many's military forces. issues of the $70,000 improvementbond
I special tax is a somewhathigher American
League
unlimited quantities. his letter to the persons inter- election of Kissimmee carried
than in other, unless it be
any Boston 2 St .Louis 0.
Sixth: In the reorganization of the Ladue Those the of
ested Major writes: Saturday. were paving
the district.CRUELTYJOjiNIMALS
Taft
( New York 1 Cleveland 1 nine innings
government under a provisional presi- "I am directed by the chief of the ; COMPANYC.DEPARTSMany Main street to connect with the brick

dent there will) be full amnesty for all I engineers, United States army, to ad- rain.Philadelphia. road to Orlando, at a cost of $12,000,

present political prisoners, and there vise you, as one of the protestants in ] 4, Chicago 8. and the retiring of $15,000 present
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p will be no future proscriptions. the case, that the application of the Washington 3, Detroit 5. at Depot Last Night to city indebtedness. The proposition

Secretary Lansing, in discussing Zellwood] Florida] Farms Company for Federal League See the Soldier Boys Off calling for $10,000 to shorten the roadto

Friday's conference, said that it was Dewey Horton Arrested Yester- permission to lower the level of Lake Newark 4-4, Kansas City 0-2. -In Fine Trim for St. Cloud by making a fill and

found necessary to confer with Presi-. Apopka, Florida] in connection with Buffalo 6, Pittsburgh 3. building a bridge across the head of

dent Wilson and obtain his views. day, Charged With Abus- plans for drainage and reclamation of Baltimore] 0.St. Louis 3. EncampmentAfter the lake, was lost by a vote of ninetyone -

This has been done by correspondence. ing HorseJ.. B. Ma- certain lands north of the lake, hav- Brooklyn 1, Chicago 2. to sixtyeight.The .
several weeks of drilling and
Southern
I gruder Complainant ing been duly considered by the proper League vote was light, being but a total -
Nashville]] 2 Mobile 1. preparation, officers and members of
The conclusion follows that the policy officers of the war department, the of 159 on any one of the sixteen
C of the National Guard of
which is to be has Charged with cruelty to dumb ani- Chattanooga 3, Atlanta 1. Company
adopted received secretary of war has decided that issues. The result appeared contraryto
o Florida left last night at 12:30 over
the full approval of President mals, Dewey Horton, a young white Lake Apopka is to be regarded as a Little] Rock 8, Birmingham 3. early indications, and makes it
All the Atlantic Coast Line for the an-
played.Mr.
Wilson.It man of Goldenrod, was arrested by navigable water of the United States nual state encampment at Black seem that those favoring the im- A
is definitely known now that the : and that the lowering of the lake's provements did not take the troubleto
Deputy Sheriff Ben Lawton, at 4 a. m. and Mrs. Frank Karel and two Point, near Jacksonville. There were
conference held yesterday at New surface to the extent contemplatedby vote, while those opposing turned
'P York between Monday morning, at the Little Gem sons left yesterday morning over the several other companies on the train
and
Secretary Lansing the plans of the Zellwood]] Florida out strongly.
Secretary McAdoo made it possiblefor pinery near this city. Farms Company would involve an interference Atlantic Coast Line for White Springs from points in South Florida.

the former to thata The for the where they will spend a couple of The Orlando Rifles were in com-
announce today warrant arrest was with the navigable capac- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO
mand of Captain Ray Chapman and
weeks. Mr. Karel is the efficient
definite policy has been formulated. sworn out by J. B. Magruder, Jr., I ity of the lake that is wholly imper- MEET THURSDAY
Lieutenant Rivers, and will spend
Nothing appears to be wanting buta owner of the animal which it is said' foreman of the Orange county road A
missible.Will gangs and has not been enjoying his eight days in camp, during which time
consideration by the Pan-American Horton drove to death.
Consider Other Plans The Orange county commissionerswill
instruction will be given by a United
usual good health and has been ad-
delegates, when they meet again The facts in the case, as set forth "The secretary of war has accordingly States officer. meet the Brevard county com-
Wednesday, of the amount of assist- the follows]] vised by his doctor to take an outing. army
by complainant are as : advised the applicants that he Sunday afternoon the company missioners Thursday "afternoon at 2
ance which must be rendered financially At 7:30 Sunday morning Horton hired
is to the for o'clock in Orlando. The Brevard com-
unwilling approve plans muck lands located on the northern gave an exhibition drill, and those
by this government to make a I the horse from the Magruder stable. the work but will missioners wish to bring the matterof
as presented, consider side. Immediately a number of other who saw them fed! confident that they
success of the announced plan. The next seen of the animal was whenit
for the Geneva road to the attentionof
plans accomplishing the desired property owne.rs protested with the will)) make a good showing at camp.
Meantime it is becoming more apparent was returned Sunday at 8:30 p. m. end without the lake the Orange commissioners. What
lowering result that During the encampment a team will))
a large public hearing was
that Carranza will not obey covered with welts and in a dying which will not interfere with the held be selected from Company C to repre- remains to be done to open this roadto
and report of the objection sent
the ultimatum of the Pan-American condition.An .
of the United travel will probably be developedat
plans States for improving to The sent Orlando at the national rifle
decision
Washington.
conferees, but that he will hurry on hour later the horse died in just an-
the Ocklawaha] that meeting.
river, subjectto nounced by Major Ladue is the final shoot which will)) be held in October.
to Mexico City and establish himself spite of the efforts made by D. B. the condition
that the
applicant action in the matter, so far as regards The following is a list of those going:
there and new provisional Wienenga, the veterinarian in charge.A .
any
oppose
company shalt build and maintain a lowering of the lake level. Captain-H. R. Chapman.1st WILL MOTOR TO NORTH
government of which he is not the warrant was at once sworn out by and
spillway controlling works at the Davis & Giles, the attorneys for the Lieutenant-W. O. Salisbury.2nd CAROLINADr. ;
head. Mr. Magruder and the arrest fol-
soon head of the canal designed
Apopka-Dora so Lieutenant-W. W. Rivers.
protestants, are being congratulated
The from lowed.
latest Mexico
dispatches and operated as to maintainthe for the able manner in which they 1st Sergeant-R. W. Hyer. and Mrs J. N. McElroy] will]

City indicate that the capital is be- water surface to Lake Apopka handled their side of the contest. It Quartermaster Sgt.-Wm. Heltzen. leave Orlando this morning in their A
coming untenable by the diplomaticcorps. ERIE SUFFERERS CARED FOR between its low and with John Boone at the
; high water stagesof is gratifying to any: man or any firmto Sergeants-A. P. Swaidmark, B. J. touring car,
FUND PASSES $23,000: 65.30 and 68.23 respectively, witha successfully handle a propositionto Adams, W. M. Vestal, Fred Robbins. wheel, for a motor trip to North Car- .

This was indicated by the departureof I lock of suitable size to be built and win out by a combination of brains Corporals] -C. M. Rodenbaugh, R. olina, which will take them to tJ

the Brazilian minister, who has Erie, Pa.; Aug. 9.-Relief work operated by the company, and leveesto and effort, and to receive the praise P. Taylor, Robt. Freeman, W. E. Kas- Waynesville, Asheville, and other

been the representative of the United among the victims of last Tuesday permit the lowlands to be drained that comes to the victor. So this per, Wm. King, W. O. Peterson, Han- places in that state. They will travel

States,.and who has been recalled by night's flood has been so successful and protected without lowering the morning we call]] particular attentionto sel Fish, St. Clair DeLaney. by easy stages, making several stopsen

his home government. that all of the sufferers are now be- surface of the lake. It will be required a trifle broadening of the ever- Cooks-Richard Brown, James route.M. .

There has been a strong rumor that ing cared for and the fund has now also that the canals be dedi- pleasant smile that is characteristic Stokes.
so
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wotffd
the minister be expelled by passed $:!5,000. search McMHlon G. B. Monteith Law-
Thorough of cated to public use as navigable waterways of Col. L. B. Giles.It Artificer-P. W. Moore. ,
Carranza. The Guatemalan minister ,the ruins is being pushed ] Musselwhite R. S. Norris Del-
vigorously. free of tolls or other is understood that the Zellwood] Musician-Howard Lindsey. rence ,

has already been expelled. I The Erie real estate board today charges." Florida Farms Company will]] adopt Privates-C. D. Allen, G. A. Baas, bert Nichelson] J. Niblack] Isaac Pope,

began a survey of the Mill Creek run Final Action in Matter I the alternative plan, as outlined by Creighton Barnes, Wm. Barnes, Blitch, Dorsey Prescott, Eugene Rowe, W. W.

THE WEATHERFor district to determine the exact prop- Lake Apopka is situated in both the war department above, or some M. T. Baker, Robt. Bales, Barnett Rivers, W. O. Reams, S. T. Salisbury,

erty loss. the counties of Lake and Orange, and other feasible method of controlling Boyd, E. J. Briley] W. B. Burch, Brax- C. Smith, J. A. Smith, W. Simmons,

Florida: Thundershowers to- is a body of water consisting of about |I the water of Lake Apopka. At pres- ton Beasley, Cyrus Cox, Alvin Dann D. S. Starnes, Sphaler] HoHis, T. C.

day; shifting winds. DR. STAGG IMPROVINGRev. forty-five square miles. According to ent the company's dredge boat is en- Raymond Grimes, B. M. Gray, G. A. Shupe, F. L. Shupe, C. C. Tatum, G.

Major Ladue, the development company gaged in cutting a "rim canal" and Gonzalez, Frank Harper, W. Hampton W. Vining, H. C. Woffard, A. J. Wof-

September Cosmopolitan at Curtis Geo. E. Guild received a letter asked for permission to lower laterals It will' likely be several Hanan, F. M. Kasper, J. F. Kel- fard, Frank Wallace, J. W. Young,

& O'Neal's book, music and stationerystore. from Dr. Stagg containing the good the surface of the lake about three ((months before work will begin on the ler, Eric Lind, Fred Lentch, H. 31. Sidney! Jones, Thos. A. Langford, L. '

All the latest music. .news that he was improving in health.. feet in order to stop overflow upon I I.Apopka-Dora main canal and levees i Lee, Clifford Lee, Alvan] McIntosh j l L. Peterson.


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ARCADE DAILY SPORT LETTER "That accounts for you making the
hole in one, but"-broke in
Jones'lauditors
Kissimmee, Fla., Aug. 7.-Bonds to
but Jones checked them. Gentleman CornThe
the amount of $70,000 for various issues -
BY FRANK G. MENKF. "That doesn't do anything of the
MILKDEPOT
will be voted upon by the citizens -
The Famous sort," he answered. "That
New York Sporting really accounts -
of Kissimmee today, this matter finest corn in the market.
Expert. for how Smith made the hole
being decided upon at a meeting called

Merely a Misunderstanding Smith's in 0, because ball. I the drove ball his I ball drove through was !I by the board of trade last evening. 20 15 cent cent cans cans for for ===========================__,15c fftc
The interest is great, as the bond issue -
Xew York.-She was awfully pretty error. I is one of much importance.
and very bright, but she didn't "Well, then, Smith can't be cred- Sixteen different issues will be
know very much about the golfing ited with making the ball in 0," said voted upon separately. They include Ginger Ale
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BUTTER MILK- the others. .
game. So he explained the game to the paving of part of eight different
Fresh Every Day. her as she tramped around the course "Can't, eh?" broke in Jones. "Well, streets, the retiring of $115,000 indebtedness The kind to drink in hot weather. .
5c. glass he can-and he was. His ball in '
per with him. the was of the city, and $10,000for 25 cent bottles _____________________________20c ; ;
25c. per gallon He made a beautiful approach shot hole, wasn't it? And he hadn'ttaken
and when they got on the green and even one shot at it, had he? 'I Cloud the by shortening building of the fill and road to St. 15 cent bottles _____________________________lie ; ;

CREAM AND MILK he saw where his ball lay, he exclaimed If his ball was in the cup and he across the head of a the lake. bridge 10 cent bottles ______________________________Sc ; ; .
BU'ITERFresh hadn't taken stroke that
: a means he
Homemade I "Holy mackerel! There's a dead went down in 0, doesn't it?" I
TO CREATE NEW CARDINALSRome
ChecksPay
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SANDWICHESPIES Hymie!" "Guess you're right, reluctantly Savings
"Oh," she answered, "is that whatit agreed his auditors. "But how about -
AND CAKES down in 1?" i Aug. 7.-The next consistory -
going '
is? I thought I detected a bad
account before the 10th and !
your July of August,
i will be followed
council of
odor." "Well, after we discovered that I by a
drove Smith's ball I 'bishops, at which Pope Benedict will get the Savings Checks.
Yes, that's right; there was a glue then drove my
own. It landed near the A create several new cardinals, says the .
ARCADE MILK DEPOTAN factory in full operation near the green.
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course. cat came along and began playing Agenzia Nazionale. Archbishop Ire- .
with it. She rolled it along until it land, of St. Paul, Minn., and Monsignor -
Once i> a Thousand I got near the center of the green, and Beccaria, private chaplain to Our Grocery Company i ,
'then rolled it in the hole. I was King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, it is
UNSOLICITED LETTERWant Once a time an enthusiastic:
upon down to 1." reported, will be among those addedto Two Phones: 3 and 200
golfer drove from the tee-and it wasa
the college of cardinals.
to compliment you for beautiful drive. The ball cleared a Ii I 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.IIHIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIItllMMIM I
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done bunker by 50 feet, sailed on and on, TOLEDO POLICE ROUND UP
the excellent work you have
and when it landed, rolled along untilit : AUTO THIEVES
for me. the ; A. B. Cook & Co. MMMM MIIIMIM
Have been coming to Florida lay on grsn. '
for 30 years and have had work "Lay down, boy; lay down and die!" Toledo, Ohio, Aug. 7.-With the arrest -
done from Jacksonville to Key yelled the delighted golfer, poundinghis of Roy Moore, !2i years old, 30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla.
West, St. Augustine to Pensacola caddy on the back. "If you livedto charged with stealing an automobile, Try a Sentinel Want Ad
I be a thousand :jou'll never see a the police believe they have a key to
and I can truthfully say
have never had such excellent greater shot than that. i a problem which has been puzzling Dealers in Real Estate, In-
I the authorities of Cleveland, Detroit "
work done for me, as you have vestments and Business Oppor-
and Toledo, involving the theft of
done. The proprietors of the Suited Him Better tunities.
I more than twenty-five automobiles.
laundries of Jacksonville and An old Irishman who used to caddy 1 CAREY HAND
!It is thought that a well organized
Tampa, not to speak of smaller for a doctor became ill. The medical
operates in these cities,
(gang disposing -
places, can come to your place party prescribed for him. Several of the machines to farmers in REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS
and'learn how to do work. The days later the doctor met the caddy. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Ohio
Michigan and Indiana.
people of Orlando can justly feel "How are you coming along?" he
Police claim the trail leads to
a"fence" LOANS
proud of their Steam Laundry. asked. AND EMBALMERAll I
in Angola, Ind., where a num-
(Name on application.) "Fine," was the answer. MORTGAGESBANK
I ber of cars are said to have been disposed -
"Are you following my orders- STOCKS
of. They believe Moore is the

:. Orlando four night pills?"a day and a bit of whiskeyat ringleader of the gang. I TIMBER BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES calls answered Promptly Day f

"Well, doctor," answered the Irish-
Sentinel Want Ads Pay. I OF ALL KINDS.W. or Night. Hand Block. s
f Steam Laundry man hesitatingly, "I'm a bit behind
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FRENCH DRY CLEANERS ahead with the whiskey." Orlando, Florida. I.
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I PHONE 88 Reason Why F. AYRES Proprietors and Owners E. R. AYRES PHONE 639. RESIOENCEPHONE 457. t

The fat golfer lost his temper after I
-- slashing a half dozen times away at

a bad lie, and.exclaimed: Daytona Beach HotelON
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I M. O. Dovell
stay here a week." OCEAN BEACH

::. "Please, sir," spoke up the caddy, Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red

& Sonf. "am I hired, sir, by the round or by t S I
!. \ the hour'0 Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished 25 DiscountFor II

i Single and en Suite
E I
Some Golfer! Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold .

ke r "Well exist'ing I guess golfing Smith records and this I bushedall after- Shower Baths, Free to guests the benefit of our customers I

106 Grace Street noon," remarked Jones, walking into Rates S2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week we will give a 25 I
the clubhouse after a game. Dinners 50 cents
I "Zatso?" asked several club mem-l cash discount
f Phone 283-2 Rings I bers. BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS per cent on

"Yep. Smith made the first hole in all goods sold during the I
G I 0 today and I made it in 1," was the I

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Gasoline, Kerosene, LubricatingOils I I "What's that?" gasped his auditors. IMMMMIMIMOIIMHMtllTillliMMMIMIM MIM
"Smith made the first hole in 0? Why, ,
and Greases. Our wagons man, you're nutty. BREAKERS HOTEL

t always at service. "Smith made the first hole in 0- DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA
t are your Hammond & Gore
and I am not nutty," retorted Jones."I ; :
t know bogey on that hole is 3-but Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy.

Smith made it in 0 and I made it Hot and Cold running water in every room FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EIIBALMERS.
t in 1." LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH

r- "How did you do it?" Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to Cor. Orange Ave.and Church St. Orlando, Fla. .|

[ M. O. Dovell "Well, I was first to drive. I got $10 per week, American Plan.

off a beautiful smash, the ball hit a New Bath House Free to Guests 1
rock about half way along, got a new
& Son impetus, bounded along until it hit: MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop.IIHIIiMlilliMIIMMMIMMIillMiiMMIiHMMtMC. A
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Tree Unless Budded From Bearing II NO Fruit Grower can afford to ignore this A


Trees of Known Quantity and i'' statement when he plants or considers planting his \

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

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

p The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for years specialized0.

: W. C onner. I in bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the ONLY PLACE in AI -

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

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

; k I We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree ;. -

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

t x' ,, pleasant over hard-surfaced roads by auto. Wehave opened offices at No. 8, Yowell-Duckworth

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

trees for fall planting. He will take you out to the nurseries and show you exactly what you will get 1

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.
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Tree like these will work while you sleep. They can't be Grown overnightIttakes

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GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT AT ery quarter of the globe. The small- I CATHOLIC SOCIETIES MEETI SYMPATHY FROM AUSTRIA ON garian consulate general here. ;
WASHINGTON IN SEPTEMBER 4
est exhibit is a jade cup, the size and I ': EASTLAND DISASTER
What do "On the occasion of the staggering !
WILL REVIVE MANY [ Toledo Ohio I.
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you color of a wild duck's egg, and not Aug. -Representatives
disaster of the Eastland the
MEMORIES FOR THE : of I Austro-
various Catholic '
1 hope for in BOYS IN BLUE much thicker than its shell. It wasa newspapers II New York, Aug. 7.AustriaHungary -
a throughout the country will attend Hungarian minister of foreign affairs
gift from the regent of China at the convention of the American Federation i has expressed her sympathyover Baron Burian, has requested Ambas-
varnish ?
Washington, Aug. 9.-The Grand ,the time of General Grant's visit to of Catholic Societies which the sinking of the steamer East- sador Penfield to convey the deep felt

: Army encampment will hold many the orient. The largest specimen is opens here tomorrow. land, according to the foreign state-
sympathies of the Austro-Hunrorian
honors for the civil a magnificent buffet, composed of A
war veterans, but pontifical high mass will be cel-! ment issued today at the Austro-Hun- government to America."
f apart from the grand review to be cloud-tinted onyx, veined with a dozen 'ebrated by Most Rev. John Bonzano,

L THE '''held here September 27 to October 2 colors, and mounted in dull, caned ,D. D.. apostolic delegate. In the --- -- --- -- ----- I
I-an historic echo of that other review brass. The citizens of Pueblo, :Mexico : evening a mass meeting will be held
AT* 'ON of fifty years ago-it is doubtful I took this method of expressing"their I at the Coliseum. Monday morning

if any plan will! exceed in emotional appreciation of their warrior :the convention will open, to'continue

UtJTROVARNISHES I'I value a visit to the National I guest. :i through Wednesday. Trees With Capital Surplus .

Museum's exhibit of flags, weapons, Though the equestrian statue of I ,
''I uniforms and other relics of the I Grant will not be completed in time SITUATION NOT CLEARED UP
and Undivided Profits"Just
great war. for the encampment, a bronze Sher- I i

For every, veteran who marches I man on a bronze steed will figure in London, Aug. 7.-The situation i
along historic Pennsylvania avenue, I the coming review. The museum also around Riga, capital of the government i
I
a link in the chain which connects his !recalls the valiant Sherman with his of Livonia, Russia, is not entirely -
When buy varnish for
floors you you hope that it will improve your twilight years with the immortal I service sword used at Shiloh, and a cleared up by the dispatchesfrom ordinary trees may be compared to a com-
the appearance of those floors and army of his youth, there will be some/breastpin j I made of buttons from the Petrograd appearing in this pany with only its original capital. It has not
that it will be durable. predominating memory of war daysto uniform worn by him on his march to morning's newspapers. No details been augmented by the profit of foresight or bus

Unfortunately much that is sold for keep step with him to the call of the sea. j have been received of the fighting iness acumen, nor diminished by dissipation, lack .
floor varnish won't realize that hope fife and drum. There are war flags that carry a which the Petrograd official commu- of thrift or losses.
for you.Lawson's. I
And over in the National Museumthe thrill in each frayed stripe and tar- nication declared had led to the hurried Evolution means something. There is daily an A
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas I
a wonderful.deep,lustrous finish. It is big moment of his life may again nished star. From the garrison retreat of the Germans from the improvement in the types of men, animals and
is easily unequalled applied for because durability it works and easily.will not It !vision itself in memory, that, spark- standard, lowered at Fort Moultrie in !river Missa to the Ekau river. Thereis plants.
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust- like, will flash out its glimpse of a I 1860, when Major Anderson and his no definite news of operations
free in from five to seven hours and gets : Trees that have been brought from the lower
hard in twenty-four hours. long ago soldier boy who was daring command evacuated that post to occupy against Riga from the sea.
I ordinary type to the higher types may be said
As capacity for economy.that is wonderful.Lustro has a covering I enough to follow wherever a flag led I Fort Sumter, to the flag raisedat I to have accumulated a surplus. *
I the way. From Sumter to Appomattox Richmond in 1865, each powder-i I They are making preparations over
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor ,
Varnish at our risk,returnable if ummtia. I the museum sketches the war by marked, bullet-torn emblem repre- at Orlando for next winter's big fair, Our trees by the refinement of the process of
factory. I means of many records, the most unusual -'sents a chapter of national history 'and i propose to make it the greatestever. bud selection, and by the perfection of our nur-

Made by Valentine & Co. of which is a bullet-riddled written in indelible red, white and Volusia county has been participating sery practice have not only the capital and the

Manufacturers of I i stump, which tells the story of SpotSylvania ;:blue.And i for the past two or three share.surplus, but undivided profits which you may
Court House.To there is another flag! It is I years and will probably be asked to
I'
VALSPAR and the old soldier who had his I'such a long flag that its length do so again. A few hundred dollars SEND FOR OUR CATALOGthat

VALENAMELAll share in that battle, the stump means I stretches the course of several cases. appropriated by the county commis- you may know these refining, type better-

something more than so much dead .Its four stripes are each a yard wide sioners toward having the products of I ment, profiit-making qualities, and how theyare
wood. He sees it a giant oak, spread- I and its nine stars are larger than any this county gathered together and imparted to the orange and grapefruit and
to be had at ing its centuries of leafy shade over l starfish that ever came out of the sea. well displayed is money wisely spent. other trees produced, not merely grown, by

FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT those Confederate intrenchments. But From end to end it is incased in a Hundreds of people from other states

STORE he can see it, right now, that poor old honeycomb mesh of twine, a precau- who are in Florida at that season go

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. tree, cut down by enemy musket balls tion taken to preserve its glory for to Orlando to see what Florida can
during an attempt to recapture the : the coming ages, for this is the gar- produce, and this county should show Lake Garfield NurseriesBartow
works. The battered chunk has' rison flag that so proudly waved over them just what it can do in the pro-

bridged the gulf of a half century I j I Fort McIIenry during the bombard- ducing line.-Daytona Halifax Jour- Florida ;

Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER Ulysses S. Grant will live in their ;j i ment of the British in 1814, and which nal.

memories until the last pulse beat of I[inspired Francis Scott Key to write .

the last boy in blue, and the belong- j[I the "Star Spangled Banner." The Labor Day, September 6th, will be I
.,.. ings of the commanding general of I flag: was placed in the museum by a celebrated in Tampa this year with a
the army will be of special interest to 1 1I [:relative of Col. George Armistead, I II big parade of all the unions in that I j I ,

every soldier who fought under him :commander I of the fort, who with his;!city. Other features, such as public II |

Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"HAS I in the civil war. j II i men won victory for the standard in I speaking and various out-door sports, i iI The Orlando Meat MarketT.
Shoulder straps, buttons, hat orna- "the dawn's early light. I will also be the order of the day. j j'OPPORTUNITIES
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order in which they were earned, forever in song and story, but the !' FOR SHOPPING I II

serve as so many stepping stones to weapon with which he fought his way I I
( I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP the heights of military glory to which to immortality is junk today. Carbine Today's Sentinel is replete with the

the hero attained, and there is a war- I'1. musket and rifle have given way I I advertisements of most of the merchants i Florida and Western Meats ,

ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST grimed uniform which looks as if it to machine guns, and the clash of of Orlando, and there are,some ,
had gone through more than enoughto sabers, man to man, has been replaced -i rare shopping opportunities containedin Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. earn the "gold fringed epaulets of by long distance shells. Of these advertisements, which care-
the general of the army" which blazein the firearms that fill countless racks ful and discriminating buyers will Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

a gorgeous heap nearby. The and cases in the museum the veteran readily grasp. Read all the advertise- j
Grant collection is large enough to wilt find duplicates, lock, stock and ments carefully. PHONES /Business, 135 P. O. BOX 226
|Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SU
I fill four great cases, and so varied in barrel, of every weapon he carried in I
Phone 204 I character as to represent almost ev- the civil war. Sentinel Want Ads Pay. I j

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Here you will find the most gigantic collection of REMNANTS of all kinds of merchandise which has


accumulated during the summer months. Among them Hare! Bleached and Brown Muslin, Ginghams,


Percales. Lawns, Crepes, Voiles, Batiste, Organdie and Silks in plain and fancy colors, all lengths from one


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


go, as we need the room for other new goods that will soon be arriving, so we have not considered the


cost but have marked them at prices to make them sell.


IT'S A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY---TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT! We are determined that our


store shall be absolutely clean and fresh with the new coming season and if startlingly drastic reductionswill


accomplish our purpose, all the Remnants in our store will find new owners at once.






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TOE DAILY 1 THE LOG OF A TRAVELERBy The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's -I I 1[ -
SentinelMORNING
South Florida AND WEEKLY [ YOU PREPARING[ fOR :

::. GLENN ......................Edits i "Horatio ness blocks. In this connection it i I,
<* ESSINGTON ..,...Bosinm Muster would be well for Orlando to be
::1c. Editor Sentinel: cau- Select
Boarding and Day I I
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando. Florida Pen drippings and inklings are always tious in the matter of building in the School for Girls

u Second Clan Mail Matter. in order. When a man leaves business district. A city will hold as 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 A VACATION ?

SUBSCRIPTION RATES his native heath for strange and unknown many business rooms and offices as Primary, Intermediate and Academic

Daib. 1 Year ........................ t5. fields the first thing he does is there is a demand for them. When Grades
Daily. I Months ...................... 2-60
Daily, S Month ...................... 1-23 to sit down and address a letter to the demand reaches its limitationsand Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical .
Daily. 1 Month .....'"................ .60 the overworked editor 'way back the supply is exactly adequate a Culture and Domestic: Science.

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Weekly. 1 Year tl.OO home. I think you might like to hear city is in a prosperous condition. For Catalogues address the Rector, .
I At the very latest moment there is sure to be something for-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN from me and I have no doubt your When the supply of new business Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A.1..,
ADVANCETO many subscribers will weep real 'gator houses rooms and offices exceeds the Orlando, Fla. gotten-some garment that you intended to make-or may; be '

ADVERTISERS tears of delight in hearing from one demand "for rent" cards are posted some hat that you intended to re-trim. You can, with exceptional

Copy f.r display and all ether hand-act who believes Orlando is destined to and a city's real condition is seem- advantage to yourself, omit the perplexities of planning a gar
be handed in at the bouacuffie.
advertisingant
.l the Sentinel not later than 2 p. B.the be the greatest inland city in the ingly betrayed. ment or the annoyances of re-trimming a hat by taking full ad-
day before publication. Thii rale applies South. (A traveller always begins to e FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
to chance for contract adTertiiinc: it U vantage of the wonderful offers we are making this month on
j.anU and will be strictly adhered t.. hurl pretty things at the townthenthe A traveler's opinion of any city is ,
r particular newspaper comes in rapidly formed. In Jacksonville one everything that is Ready-to-\ 'ear-both in underwear and outside
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued -
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I should notify the office in writing on for complimentary slings, and then sees that before many years pass that garments. ,
the date of expiration otherwise it will be the editor; but somehow a business city will be a leader among her sister -
continued at the regular subscription rates.
until notice to atop is received. is always ignored.) cities of the South. The reason IN MILLINERY have before at this time of the
..... manager we never year- e
Telephone Nnmb-r ........... ..... 24 i South Florida residents dislike
many VANILLA offered such dainty conceptions at such unheard of prices. \
TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 191;). A business manager is a good deal Jacksonville and find her somewhatcold .
like a silent partner-he takes in the and dispassionate is because that PEACH -- I

Life is just one darned thing after "ads.," makes out bills, hustles for city has dressed herself in modernityand CARAMELICE We enumerate a few of our special reductions-simply as a !

another with the Russians.It job work, keeps the shop from goingto has adorned herself with the criterion-everything else reduced in like proportion. 1
o the wall, and in many cases afteran trinkets of metropolitanism and is CREAMS.
and irate citizen supported to a large extent by cold
is urged that debating should be angry leading ,
taught in all the schools and the kids strangles the editor steps into the : blooded corporations. Corporationshave Muslin UnderwearREGULAR

are dong their best to prepare for it fray and ejects the editor's assailant. I made and moulded Jacksonville.
She will be aloof I 50c. FOR _____ A REGULAR $2.00 FOR$1.6S
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by talking back to mother.A Now, Mr. Editor, I'm not going to say always from other I CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 19c.I
o any pretty things about "ou-this let- cities fashioned from the tools of hard I REGULAR 75c FOR ______5Sc REGULAR $2.50 FOR____$1.98

valued exchange declares that ter deals with cold facts. I working individuals.. I REGULAR $1.00 FOR _____SSc REGULAR $3.00 FOR____$_.b
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poisonous gases of ordinary gossipare REGULAR $1.25 FOR _____98c REGULAR $3.50 FOR____$2.98
decidedly more dangerous than After I got to Sanford I saw a row Charleston, S. C., was the Lenape'sClyde I
REGULAR $1.50 FOR$1.28 REGULAR $5.00 FOR$3.98
those used in the trenches. of twenty deaf mutes standing with ( S. S. best boat) first stop. CLUB SANDWICH 25c.
o their toes on a white line. Speechwas Charleston is a most interesting city I I I REGULAR $1.75 FOR ___$1.48 REGULAR $6.50 FOR____$4.98 I "

When you go for a walk for exercise denied them. Only the paralytic, -one might say that in its lack of

it is hard to persuade the motorists spasmodic pawing of the air betrayed uniformity lies its real attractiveness.It .

who offer to give you a lift that their eagerness for silver. It was the would not be out of place to com- We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed EXTRA SPECIAL !

you are hiking for pleasure.The most dramatic silent appeal for ser- ',pare Charleston to a broken statue. ; I
and Delivered for All
o vice I have ever seen. Talk about ,I There is no "system" about that ,

college student realizes the ben- women being denied the right to :I charming city-not a building or residence -
speak! Why, Mr. Editor, those I in the entire city is the same- OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S
how
efits of education when he sees
For Wednesday, Thursday and Friday only, all "GOSSARD" Corsets -
his knowledge of the fox trot makes wretched, unfortunate, deaf-mute so- t everything is different, but the effect

him welcome at the summer hotels. licitors at the A. C. 1... depot at San- I is unique and fascinating. and Brassieres

o ford have haunted me for days. Ges- *
At One-half Price
ticulating, glaring, Charleston
Russia's thirty grand dukes cost perspiring eyes may be called the "Jit-

the country about 15,000,000; per an- hands outstretched-yearning for the ney City"-jitneys, jitneys, jitneys .
job of carrying you to the Clyde Line everywhere-like the yellow butter-
num, own 5,000 square miles of land, Silk DressesAll .
dock for 25 human- .
cents. flies
Suffering dancing over meadows. Everybody -
including 325 palaces and castles, and :
ity was so well exemplified at San- rides in jitneys-you
employ some 20,000 domestic ser- pay jour This Season's ProductionsSS.75
vants.A ford that I hake no desire to pass nickel and away you go. The streetcar

o that way again-unless I am blind lines carry just enough people to I I DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$5.75:

gentleman who has been visiting folded. keep the conductor from sleeping.The I 511.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$8.75
s sIt's f When it comes to delicious light
Florida regularly each winter for a street car company, in order to i 516.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$9.75:
worth the price of your ticket again secure the public patronage, is
number of years writes to a friend alone to talk with Capt. Lund, of the going to install a rival jitney service2 WAFFLES 17.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.00 .

that he thinks that the suggestionthat Osceola en route to Jacksonville on fares for 1 jitney. It seems odd .. $18.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.50
camphor trees be planted the en-
the St. Johns river. You don't talk that one of the South's oldest and AND 22.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$12.50
tire length of the Florida Dixie high-
way is a splendid one and would be with the Captain because it wouldn'tbe most renowned cities should be harassed S29.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . $18.50
worth the effort-he does the talk I
ideal if carried out. by "jitney" warfare! SYRUP $37.50 DRESS, ONE ONLY, FOR . . . . . .$18.75
ing, and, believe me, it is worth *
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money-yes, real cash. lie is super-
Orlando is favorably known to THIS IS ONE OF OUR '
"Seven hundred thousand touristsfor -
stitious knows the of the
angles St.
many travellers. They have either I .
Silk Wool and Wash Skirts
Florida during the approaching
Johns river as I know my alphabet, been there or have friends who spend ,
winter! This is the prediction of men SPECIALS
call first
can by name nearly
who have studied the situation close- class passenger who has ever every sailed the winters there.S a I $12.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$7.50

ly," announces a state exchange. And under the Clyde S. S. flag, and above That Orlando's financial condition 15 centsCatering $10.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$6.75

the most of those with the most all makes you feel perfectly at ease. has been good and consistent is acknowledged -I $6.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$4.50 .

money to invest or spend will go He knows every man in Florida worth by many people who in 1.75 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$3.35
where there are the most good roads.If '
knowing, tells admirable stories, some mysterious manner have learnedof $3.00 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$1.98
the bonds carry, Pinellas will have Mark Twain, the former Mis-
the most complete road system in all quotes sissippi river pilot, and altogether his her prosperity. "HORATIO." OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF $1.50 WASH SKIRTS FOR . .98cMen's

Florida.-St Petersburg Times.A 260 pound personality is the best bet POSITION WANTED-as o bookkeeper I To Those

o between Sanford and Jacksonville. clerk in store or hotel; all round-
road makers' camp, consisting of s man, and can work anywhere; reliable Who Care Furnishing Sale '

several tents and temporary buildings Jacksonville is a good, clean city. and have experience. Address Box .

has been located at Gatlin siding There are virtually no building opera- 501. Lakeland, Fla. 8-10-lt "So much saved is so much gained"-The reductions prevail-

within the last few days and prepara- tions in the business district because ing on Men's Wear this month should appeal to every man, irre-
tions have begun for in the
; putting
there are enough structures "down
of income. "MANHATTAN SHIRTS, Hart Schaffnerand
spective
i concrete curbings for the brick road. town" to house commercial interestsfor
1 With the gap from the city limit to a the next 15 years. Over-construc NEW SEED IRISH POTATOESFOR Marx Clothing, and the latest styles in Men's Straw Hats, ar-

i point just south of the camp completed tion is a curse of many American ticles that positively one cannot do without have been enormously
FALL PLANTINGRED
we will have an unbroken brick cities. Instead of aiding a city too reduced.
t road through Pine Castle and Taft to many new business blocks oftentimes I

the Osceola county line. Let it come. prove a severe handicap. The resi- BLISS TRIUMPH I Men's Straw HatsYour

0 dential section of Jacksonville is in avery i GREEN MOUNTAIN, WHITES
ALL COMES TO HIM healthy condition-new homes SEED SOIL AND SEASON JUST RIGHT. choice of any straw Hat in the store from $2.50 to $5.00

f WHO HUSTLES. are springing up everywhere-one is ,

.. Down in Orange county, Florida, surprised at the steady increase in' 60 cents per peck. Quotations on large. quantities. $1.00 .
the citizens do not wait for the Dixie homes; and on the other hand one is .

highway, says the Bloomington (Ind.) startled to see "for rent" signs along Palm Beach Suits ,
Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
Journal They have already got it. many business streets. The explanation -

They have built sixty miles of brick is that the new, up to date, and Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co. Up to $10.00 in value TTJJSH --

highway and 180 miles of hard surface modern business blocks have called .
PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY $5.50
; roads and the Dixie highwaycomes the tenants from the first and second ,

to them. Everything comes to floors of smaller, and out of date busi- I
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him who hustles. Not he who waits. Manhattan Shirts

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The old timers here claim that the August the 21st is positively the last day that we can offer these ,

heavy rainfall guarantees good crops Question: "Can We Do It?" famous Shirts at the following: '

next season; that they always get big REGULAR $1.50 FOR ____________ _______$1-25
crops after a wet and think
year; we FOR_____________________$1-65
REGULAR $2.00 .
they will be less apt to have frost. In asking yourselves this question, remember saving right there. You will be perfectly
The earth is REGULAR $2.50 TO $3.00 FOR____________$1-95
naturally when it
warmer our overhead charges are the low independent, as you will be in no way
is full of ____________$2.85 '
water. We say do not REGULAR $3.50 TO $4.00 FOR ,.J
est in town, we have no high-priced clerks bound to buy of us; it being our business
plant too large an acreage but work REGULAR $5.00 FOR ____________________$3-85
what do or department heads; we do not aim to to make you so satisfied that you will have f
you plant well and much bet- J
ter results will follow than what is support three or four families, with auno desire to trade elsewhere. We shall These are the prices that prevail in every "Manhattan Store"throughout

usually obtained from a large acre tomobiles, etc, out of the business; the keep our place of business as neat, clean the Union. ;

age where the crop gets but little at- business being spot cash we will need to and sanitary as possible.
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tention.-Fort Lauderdale Sentinel. Hart Schaffner
do little book-keeping we shall do as
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very believe offering
o Now, good people, we we are
little delivering as possible, and shall make of Summer Suit, costing from
Clothing-Choice any
The dazzling searchlight and the ;you a fair proposition, one whereby Summer

open muffler are worse sins than law- a charge of 2 per cent-no charges less you will profit, as we have already said, $20.00 to $25.00 for '1

lessness. They are offenses against than one cent-on such deliveries as we on every dollar spent with us. $15.00 :

courtesy, good breeding and good make; we shall strive for a good volume of .

taste. The man who breaks the law business, as our success will depend large- Tomorrow we will present a comparisonof I .
have good defense. of That will be to the point II
may a Able law- prices. more I
upon the volume of business done.
yers will appear for him and the court and will have more to do with your decision J JI
will look with Grocery Department
such technicalities sympathetic as seem eye to upon lend As you must pay cash for all purchases than anything else. We expect you are I

themselves readily to his exculpation.But you will be much more careful in making from Missouri and are waiting to be I Don't forget our Grocery Department-the largest and best i

for the man who goes out in the your purchases, and ;you will make a great shown. I selected stock in Orlando.DiCKSonlves. '.

spirit of wanton selfishness and rude .1
ness to terrify with blinding lights

his friends and neighbors or fill the

air with deafening noises to the distress The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. CO.i i

of sick and nervous ones, withno
other excuse than the gratification :

of his own vanity, there is neither S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
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Tuesday, August 10. h a ( "
Younger set dance at Roof Garden. Cynthia McKee charmingly LI -::{:;"l \ r"--:''"_,-."'V'\ dI' .
Miss Sara Slemons hostess to A. B.C. entertained the Monday Bridge Club ;I.s."
Methodist Sewing Circle will meet yesterday at her home on South Main i' \ ...-, !
with Mrs. Will Hammond. street. The wide verandas of the -g I t\. t ;;.' :;./" I
a Mrs Davis Fishback hostess to the : t I:1
McKee home is an ideal place for I .. ,
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1 Wednesday, August 11. summer entertaining and the mem- FtNtaa iJ! *- id' O 1"'t* ..1 1"\'
Mrs. S. R. Hudson, hostess to the bers of the club gathered there to t *' H H* '; -- .
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Twentieth Century Club. enjoy bridge.BEAUTIFUL. rt ) \ .... '.
Mrs. W. M. Lege will entertain com- t\lf1 _
plimentary to the Young Matronsat a ? j,( -- I
her home on Hillcrest at four ROSES FOR _. :
o'clock. : IJitq '- : o CI
Bachelor Girls will be the guests of THOSE WIIO SEE. _, ,/ fullj THE BEAUTY OF WOMENis :
Miss Elizabeth Branham. The rose bushes around Eola park
Those hidden qual- --()- have blossomed profusely all summer enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres, earrings etc. n
SENIOR CLASSST. and have been a "joy forever" to Our stock has been very carefuly selected and it contains not a
LUKE'S.The passersby. It is fallacy to say that I single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride, sweetheart, "N
ities. which are the Senior class of St. Luke's Sun- beautiful roses can not be grown in DANIEL sister or wife. Come and enjoy a look over it.
FROHMAN
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. day school held a successful bus-
very Orlando. '
II ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. .
real source of responsiveness -iness meeting in the dean's study last presentsThe ,
evening at 5 o'clock. MISS BRANHAM WILL ..

Preceding the meeting Dean Rem- ENTERTAIN WEDNESDAY.Miss unrivaled favorite of the 16 -
and .dJ
sen addressed a few words to the Elizabeth Branham will enter- ==o ::( I ::::

class, giving valuable hints and sug- tain the Bachelor Girls at her homeon Screen .
flexibility will show gestions to the members as to how Lucerne Circle Wednesday after- If quality for a low price is an objectour
they might help with the work of the noon in honor of her guest, Miss Fred MARY PICKFORDIn wall papers will win your favor.
themselves beforeyou church and parish.It Scott, of Auburn, Alabama. For the next 30 days we will offer for
sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
was agreed to send a united of- an original and incomparable ,
--:0- from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
have been at fering from this class to the emer- MRS. TOPLIFF ENTERTAINS %'' H i I!' time to buy, and do your papering. ,
gency fund of the Episcopal church of I ST. JAMES CHOIR. portrayal"LITTLE z'c 1 l when you get ready.
the United States of America. This Mrs. D. M. Topliff entertained the I We also carry a full line of High.
the wheel five min- ; Grade Paints Oils and Varnishes.
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reflects much credit this PAL"tyuruuurit
upon organ- choir of St. James church at her homeon
ization and the members are to be West street Monday evening. .e y I H We invite you to call and inspect
stock.
'11 tes. congratulated. Hearts and bridge were played and HlJPl I I IE # our
Following the desire of many of its later dainty refreshments served. r -- -

members to do something worthwhile -- ?* + ,, 1 H ; Orlando Paint & Wall! Paper Co
the suggestion was made to the SOCIETY NOTES
class that it publish a monthly mag I OF INTEREST. ,* r tt i u k 205 S. Orange Avenue ;

azine. This matter was laid upon the I Miss Dorothy Fielder has returnedto r COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
table for future consideration.The her home in Denver, Colo., after 1
It first Tuesday in each month spending several days in Jacksonville, ....(- -1 ;
gets away in- was agreed upon as a regular date for en route from Orlando where she visited :: 7O
holding a business and social meeting, relatives. While here Miss Fielder 1
stantaneously. The the hour to be 7:30 p. m. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. I ]
T. O. Brown, Jr., was appointed W. Whittaker, at their home in I The New Ice Company I

motor seems to have chairman of the refreshment committee Springfield.Times IN FIVE ACTS
for next meeting, and Thos. W. -()- I PHONE 675 :

-more and still more Hewlett chairman of the entertain- The Monday Bridge Class met with I
ment committee.The Mrs. J. B. Lawton and spent a very I
motion to adjourn was carriedat pleasant afternoon 1
studying
up some Delivery Daily
when 10 cents. 20 cents
power occa- 6 o'clock and then followed some intricate points of this game of com- I
delicious fruit punch and cake served plex situations. The prospects are I

sion requires. On by the refreshment committee of the there will be "some bridge" played I Wait for our wagon. We think }
evening. here the coming season.
direct drive the -0-- -o-- you will like our ioe. J

FORUM OPENS WITH Mrs. S. G. Dolive will leave soon

GREAT ENTHUSIASM.At for New York city to spend six weeks ROOf GARDfNTODAY
speed be varied
can the enthusiastic initial debate. with her son, Jenkins Dolive, who is I

held under the auspices of the Young i with the Vitagraph Studio at Brighton ; i The New Ice Company ij
from low to high Peoples Forum of the Methodist I Beach. She will have as traveling -

church, in the church parlors last *companions Misses Mae Kilmer

.\+v i t h exceptional evening, the discussion of the propo- and Ruby Platt. t ____ IMIMilMlillMiimillllMllltMMMUMllllililinMMtfMIMIIMM .. j
sition "Resolved that
capital punish- -- -
smoothness. Ob- ment should be abolished," resulted in Miss Pearl Proctor and brother, .i.
a decision in favor of the negative, Virgil, and sister, Achsan, returned "DOLLS OF INTRIGUE" MiMMIMMMMmiMMIIUmMI
defended by Frank Smith and Miss Sunday from a seven weeks visit to
Complete in two reels. j
viously these fea- Hallie Ley, over Paul Hutchins and relatives and friends in Marion coun-

Miss Mabel Durham, representing the ty. They report having a delightfultime. j
tures are the direct affirmative. Points on both sides I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL j
were taken with great skill, as was -- "THE KANGAROO"One

result of close care- to be expected, considering the fact The subscription dance this evening. part. Educational. J
that the leaders on both sides are at- at the Roof Garden, after the show,
torneys by profession. Each side will be one of the enjoyable eventsof 4j

ful manufacturing. .brought out apparently unanswerable midsummer. It is given by the "POLICE DOG, NO. 5 j
. arguments in support of its conten- younger society set.
tion, but no sooner was a point scored -- Cartoon Comedy.Silk .
. than the opposing team outscored Braxton Beacham, J r., returned
The Wheelbase is with a still greater argument in favorof Sunday evening from Asheville, N. C., I CURTIS & O'NEAL

its belief. where he spent a few weeks with his Hose given away at nine
The affair was a great success, mother and sister, who are summer-
110 inches sixty-two young people gathering to ing there. o'clock tonight. Insurance Loans Real Estate
enjoy the evening, and a pleasant so- --0--
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I cial time was the result. After the T. P. Robinson is spending his Rentals
conclusion of the arguments and an- recreation days at Saranac Lake, New The One-Price Theater
nouncement of the winning team, the York, and enjoying the coolness of
Forum took up the discussion of by the Adirondack breezes. The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN

laws. After some time spent in this -
manner the meeting adjourned until Miss Lavonda Caplinger arrived r
the next regular meeting one month home Sunday evening after a two
hence. weeks visit in Sanford with her aunt,
-0- Mrs. Edgar Jones. 10 cents 5 centsA
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ESTABLISHED
1886
$850.00f. MISS McCULLOUGH --0--
ENTERTAINS "SU IUSSEPTEM" Mr. A. G. Branham and daughterhave
CLUB. gone to Daytona Beach for a Feature Wednesday night, i

The Sumus Septem Club was de- short stay.BUSINESS. "Straws of the Wind." 7I
o. b. Orlando lightfully entertained yesterday af- I MillMIMIMmilillliMIIMIMMmiMMiaiMlimiIt 1
ternoon by Miss Ruth McCullough at OPPORTUNITIES; INCOME :
her home on South Main street. A INVESTMENTSIf
number of the members were absent 1
you have for sale a paying busi-
from roll call, those
answering "pres- .
ness of any kind, or an investment
ent" being Misses Dorothy Johnson yielding a regular income, see A. B.
Caroline Hopkins, Margaret Rauler- Cook & Co., 30 Watkins Block, Or- Melts in Your Mouth.
son, Norene Evans, Mary McCulloughand lando, Fla. Consultation free. Rela-
tions confidential. 810d&wtfTOO
f Ruth McCullough.
'. The afternoon was spent doing
LATE TO CLASSIFY
fancy needlework, and in other pleas- DAILY BULLETIN :
ant ways. Dainty light refreshmentswere
SITUATION WANTED
Groceryman -
served by the hostess. experienced, with highest ref- I 4..
-- erences, wishes to connect with retailor PEACH z
MISS LEWTER wholesale firm, groceries or any
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RETURNS. other line; also experienced collector. VANILLA
B. B., care Sentinel. 8-10-lt* SPECIAL CHOCOLATE. SPECIAL
'SW.Phillips Miss Laura Lewter returned Satur- .,
day from Tallahassee where she took PINEAPPLE -
OPENING OF STANDARD BARBERSHOP Lemon Ice Grape Ice
teachers' training for two months in PISTACHIO
the Florida State College. She was CHERRY
accompanied by Miss Lossie Pitkin, The new. up to date, sanitary CARAMEL .
who "Standard Barber Shop" is open for
remained for a short visit before
business with the following artists:
going to her home in Lakeland. I J. O. Lucius, C. J. Rodgers. R. P.
We deliver from one quart upHand's
EVENT.
SOCIAL 1

Among the social events scheduledfor Lucius.Favorite

& this week is a bridge party given
by Mrs. W. M. Lege at her home on

Hillcrest, Wednesday afternoon, Au-
gust 11th. i TODAY'S PROGRAM Pure Ice CreamPhone

-- i Domino. "The Sons of Toil." A
A. B. C.'s THISAFTERNOON. drama, in two parts.

Sons turing Komic.Fay"Ethel's Fincher. Teacher." Fea- 566 and 666 i\t

Miss Sara Siemens will entertain Keystone. "Do, Ra, Mi-Boom!"
Another Bridge Club a ther home on Comedy. I 1a
I. Four good reels of Mutual movies.
West Church street this afternoon. Five cents to alL



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TO AID BRAZILIAN TRADERio i RAILROADiEYERS" FAVORABLY well as a candidate for that office as I

i I .MENTIONED. he did as representative he would
Pursuing the campaign against accidents -
Janeiro, Aup. 7.-The chamber I Representative Wood, of Pinellas have some of the rest of them sitting I
in which 1
I to pedestrians connection
of deputies has approved a project authorizing I instruction has been given to county l tis being favorably mentionedfor on the fence to see him go by.De- FOR SALE
the issue of 300,000 contos i I governor. If he performed as Funiak Breeze.In \
I school children and appeals to keep
($163,000,000)) in paper, and other I
away from the tracks have been made *
financial to aidS accordance with 6814 Acts of the I >\
measures designed from the pulpit, the police depart- Chapter Legislature of 1915, the
coffee, rubber and other national pro- Board of County Commissioners of Orange County, Florida, have made
ducts.Excursion. ment of the Baltimore & Ohio rail- estimates of expenditures to be made for the Fiscal Year 1915-1916, for the I Iseveral Will offer for sale for a few days
road has issued a poem "Xevers for county funds as hereinafter set forth.
Children," for distribution in commu- The Board of County Commissioners will hold meeting on August 23,
--- -- --- nities reached by its rails through 1915 published., to consider, act upon, and adopt the -aid estimates as hereinafter the property corner Orange Avenue,

ANNUAL MOUNTAIN SEASHORE school authorities and other public Estimate of Expenses, General Fund, for the Fiscal Year 1915 and 1916 Jackson and Boone Streets, known as
aNo officials."Nevers". Salary of clerk of the circuit court as county auditor and clerk to

county commissioners _______________________________________$ 900.00
is by Edward L. Tinker, Per diem and mileage of commissioners ________________________ 800.00 the skating rink property, for $26,000.
a contributor to Leslie's Magazine, Pay of bailiff for attendance on county commissioners ___________ 26.00
and is written in the form of a nursery Salaries of other officers and employees: $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
rhyme. This is the Judge of criminal court of record _____________________ 1,500.00 year
poem: County solicitor ____________u_______________________ 730.00
Never cross the tracks by night or by County agricultural advisor _________________________ 675.00 and interest at six per cent.
day.Without Attorney for county commissioners ________:_________ 300.00
stopping to listen and look Supervisor of registration u___________________________ 480.00
VIA each way. Superintendent county home __________________________ 720.00
Never walk along the railroad ties- County physician ____________________________________ 480.00
You can't always trust your ears and Game warden ______________________________________ 480.00
Atlantic Coast LineStandard eyes. Repairs to county buildings: Court house; jail __________________ 300.00 C. A. HOVEY
Never hop a freight for nothing quite Expenses of county buildings: .
heals Janitors and other attendants ________________________ 468.00
Railroad of the South The wound received under grinding Light, fuel and water ________________________________ 100.00 .
wheels. Care of county poor: Expenses operation of poor house and farms 1,500.00
Coroner's inquests: Fees of officers, jurors and witnesses ---------300.00
Never crawl under a car of freight Insanity inquiries: Fees of officers and committees 350.00
Round rates from ------------ J
trip When the crossing's blockedplaysafe Stationery _______________________ __________ _________________ 300.00
ORLANDO and wait. Record books ________________________________________________ 800.00 .
Never board, or alight from, a train I Advertising required by law __________________________________ 200.00
Washington, D. --$22.00 that is moving, Commissions to tax assessor __u______________________________ 3,100.00 The 14axet:
Norfolk, Va. ___________ 20.00 Accidents daily its dangers are prov Commissions to tax collector u________________________________ 2,400.00
Richmond, Va__________ 20.00 ing. Commissions to treasurer __u_________________________________ 1,100.00 OF
Baltimore, Md_________ 21.00 Never play games 'round the tracksat Court stenographer _u________________________________________ 100.00 CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
the station- Sheriff for general court work ________________________________ 300.00 OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Round Trip Rates from There are much safer places to seek : Clerk for general court work and recording _____________________ 75.00;
JACKSONVILLEWilmington I Expenses of election uu____________________________________ 1,000.00Incidental FRESH AND SALT MEATS
recreation. expenses maintenance of court house and offices __u___ 500.00 Kept under the best sanitary condition
N. C. ______$12.00 Never leave on the rail any spikesor Reserved for contingencies ______ 11,730.00
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Winston-Salem, N. C. ___ 14.00 bars Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Hot Springs, Va________ 18.50 Because the in cars.this way you may wreck Total ___________ ___________ ________________________$3 ,011.00 and pure. "

___________ We inrite inspection and fuarantee satisfaction. We have
Roanoke, Va 16.25
Never a railroad bridge should cross, Estimate of Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1913; and 1916, General Fund
Chattanooga, Tenn _____ 13.80 A train may come and result in your Railroad and telegraph licenses ________________________________$ 1,600.0ft everything in the Meat Line
Monteagle, Tenn _______ 15.05 loss. Licenses from tax collector ___________________________________ 4,000.00
Never pick coal 'round the railroad Interest on deposits __________________________________________ 400.00 H. M. Self Co.
Mammoth Cave, Ky_____ 17.95 yard,up Tax redemptions __________________________________________u_ 1400.00 &
Warm Springs, Ga. _____ 9.00 !A train catch off guard. Sale of oranges from county home _____________________________ 800.00
Tickets Sold August 11 Limit i may you your I State convict hire ____________________________________________ 660.00 PHONE !N0. 80 PINE STREET
Sale of county maps _________________-_______-____________-__ 100.00
August 29. LAW IS EXPENSIVE Assessment of county candidates ______________________________ 650.00
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Total estimated revenue, except taxes $$ 9,610.00
Law is a luxury for those who can
For Information Call on I Estimate of reven.ue from taxes, assessment $6,882,704.00 @ ARE YOUR CHILDREN{ LEARNING MUSIC?
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. i afford to appeal to it and too often a 3 1-2 mills _________________________________________________ 21089.00
of injustice toward those who
source
W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & T. A. ;:have not the means to defend their Total estimated revenue ______________________________$33,699.00 These vacation days should be used to interest the
Orlando i i
!:I rights. A recently contested Boston 95 per cent. of above available for appropriations _______________$32,014.00 children in- some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish
will case furnishes a good example of everything in music and musical instruments. Music
refines -
j what the lawyers can get when the Estimates of Expenses, Fine and Forfeiture" Fund for Fiscal Year 1913;
Get Behind a I'prize in the contest is of considerablesize. and 1916 elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous
Sheriff and deputies, cost bills in criminal cases _________________$ 4,000.00
One lawyer was allowed $100 Constables, cost bills in criminal cases _________________________ 130.00 I duties of life.
I .000 and another $25,000. By agreement Clerk of the criminal court of record, cost bills in criminal cases___ 1,000.00
i the contestants of the will were County judge, cost bills in criminal cases __u__________________ 700.00 \v. S. BRANCH
and enjoy a really cool dry. tweet I Justice of the peace, cost bills in criminal cases _________________ 100.00 ,
imoke. The Wellington Pipe won't given an allowance of $33,900 for expenses County solicitor, conviction fees _______________________________ 1,400.00 THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
boil, won't get foul. including counsel, and the executors Bailiffs, pay for attendance on criminal court _________u________ 130.00
: were allowed $136,000 for : Witness fees 2500.00
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AasaicaCome Made le fees and The trial lasted Court stenographer in insolvency cases ________________________ 250.00 I'
expenses. Sheriff's commission on fines, etc., collected _____________________ 200.00\ I SKATING RINK
pick arhwe m wad- 45 days and this case may be exceptional Feeding prisoners ____________________________________________ 2,300.00
dux. I but it shows that it costs Transportation paid for. and discharge money paid to county con-
I j money to fight a case at law. To the victs worked on road ________________________________________ 150.00 .
:| lay mind the fees allowed by the court Reserved for contingencies ;-________.._________________________ 2,609.80 ,

to counsel are excessive, but the cus- Total ___________-____ __________________ __________$15,469.80 LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES- .
I tom has been so common that it per DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
haps should cause no surprise. The Estimate of Revenues for the Fiscal Year 1915 and 1916, Fine and Forfeiture" -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

I Ai: I courts were established to maintain Fund_ __ _______________ INSTRUCTORS.Open
Say From interest on deposits _____________ ____ __ $ 300.00 .
justice and every man, the poor as State convict hire ____________________________________________ 660.00
well as the rich, was supposed to have Fines ______________________________________________________- 5,000.00 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

You want to see this new the right to lay his case before the Total estimated revenue, except taxes __________________$ 5,960.00
judges and to expect equal justice. Estimate of revenue from taxes, assessment $6,882,704.00 @ Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

package Spider is introducing to We seem to be drifting away from 11-2 mills _________________________________________________ 10.324.fO
the ideal of even handed justice. A
the market-its the swellest Total estimated revenue ______________________________$16,284.00
celebrated case that has recently

thing out in the way of little claimed public attention would seem I I 95 per cent. of above, available for appropriation ________________$15,469.80 ADMISSION: 10 CENTSORLANDO
to verify Hamlet's remark that "Of
Cigars. fence's hand shove Estimate of Expenses Road Fund for the Fiscal Year 1915; and 1916 ,
gilded may by Salaries of road superintendent and overseers ___________________$ 2,600.00
'See him at the justice." The evident moral of mod- Paid to county commissioners for road inspection ________________ 300.00 t

ern legal procedure is to never go to Cost of material _____________________________________________ 500.00
law over a matter that by possibility Tools and machinery, cost and repairs __________________________ 2,000.00 ROOFING
any Live stock cost and care and feeding __________________________ 7,500.00
Good and Bad can be settled out of court. Paid for free labor, other than guards ________________________ 7.QOO.OO ANL:
Lynn Item.INSTALLED. Pay of convict guards ________________________________________ 3,000.00
I I Feeding and care of convicts on roads ______________________ 7,000.00
StoreOrange A NEW PICTURE Surveying ___________________________________________________ 200.00 SHEET METAL CO
Cigar Paid to incorporated cities and towns ________________________-__ 10,000.00\ ,
I MACHINE AT TilE Reserved for contingencies _,_________________________________ 572.35
FAVORITE

AenueBargai The Total _______________ ________________________________$40,672.35 Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
I I popular Favorite theatre which ,

is being so ably managed by Mrs. Estimate of Revenues for the Fiscal Year 1913; and 1916, Road Fund and Rubber

Geo. W. Jones, during the absence of From sale of pipe ____________________________________________$ 200.00 RoofingsCornices
I _________________________
her husband who has been the Interest on deposits _________________ 400.00Tax *
: on redemptions ___________________________________________u 2,300.00 Skylights, ,Beating Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
half-sick list for some time, and is Occupation licenses _________-________________________-__-_____ 500.00 .
: now at Hot Springs hoping to recuperate Auto licenses ________________________________________________ 5,000.00
t has installed and Works E. Church St. '
just a new : 14 ORLANDO
n : up to date moving picture machine, Total estimated revenue, except taxes __________________$ 8,400.00
Estimate of revenue from taxes, assessment $6,882,704.00, @
which will add greatly to the Favor- 5 mills ___________________________________________________ 34,413.00
ite's popularity. It is known as a

I Powers "Six," is motor driven, and is Total estimated revenue ______________________________$42,813.00

{i the very latest improved. It was installed 65 per cent of above, available for appropriations ______________$40,672.35
by Messrs. Harry Vincent and ,
I Floyd Eades, who are experts in their Estimate of Expenses, Special Road Fund for the Fiscal Year 1915 and 1916 Tops Backs Cushions
Salaries of bond trustees ______________________________________$ 900.00 ,
New house, 8 rooms and bath. line. Interest on bonds and sinking fund ____________________________ 42,451.00
Curtains Celluloids Bows

Location perfect, 4 blocks from LEMMA GOLDMAN AND REITMAN Total ________________ _______________________________$43,351.00 ,

center of city, east side. I ARRESTED IN PORTLAND Estimate of Revenue for the Fiscal Year" 1915 and 1916 Special Road Fund PAINTING .
Portland, Ore., Aug. 7.Emma
Estimate of revenue from taxes, assessment $6,882,704.00, @ I I
For quick sale $3000. Cash or Goldman, the anarchist writer and lecturer 6 1-2 mills _________________________________________________$44,737.00
terms. I was out on bail today after her Interest on deposit _________'________________u________________ 894.00

;{arrest here last night on a charge of Total estimated revenue ______________________________$45,631.00
circulating literature of an alleged illegal -

character. Benjamin Reitman 95 per cent. of above, available for appropriations _______________$43,351.00By ; Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
her manager, who was taken into cus-
order of the Board of County Commissioners of Orange County,
R. R. T. M.
Ave. and
tody on the same charge, still was Central COPPEDGE Mgr.
Florida, August 3, 1915.
CARL DANN held in jail. Miss Goldman said she I (Seal.) H. C. STARWRD, Chairman Pro Tem.
expected to procure bail for him also. j Attest: B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk.

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hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly SURVEYIN 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I ] ;
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT

McXeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS I I i ) AND WORK ACCURATE. I Florida.

COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY. J[I II HAL A. IRISH Member F. A. A.tJ .
You never have to offer the excuse--"The oven was not right. The oven is always right with a Gas ; ,
Range. And then if you wish to close the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire Civil Engineer j
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way.

Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
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ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO l Phone 72 ) /


GAS DEPARTMENTHMIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllltlilt V. Hutchins DR. L H. RAMSDEU
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--"" and Counsellor at Law
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
I' 7E FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
& McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
ORLANDO, FLA. OFTICAI-REPAIEIItGCut
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H SOUTH 4POPK4 CITRUS NURSrRlfS : I I I Repairing Makingand Flowers and Plants


kinds of leather repairing, such
OCOEE FLORIDAAll Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Floral Designs
Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
Auto Cushions and Tops, also
scissors: sharpened.

the leading varieties of Orange and .Grapefruit I Church Shoe Street Shop., in Hopkins ..Violet. Dell Florist.

Trees in fine condition at the very lowest W. A. BOSTON
'7-20-12t J. M. CARUTHERS

prices :: :: :: :: ,Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
PRESSING CLUB
I
I in the Arcade Building
work and neat-
The rainy season is the best time to set Our guaranteed work is the best

trees on high land. Trees set now will keepone our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASSPHONE
is the place to have
your
year's growth in advance of trees set: made new. 375
next fall. I scrubbed and pressed75c. West Jefferson Street
I dry cleaned, pressed60c. Successor to7
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I Beaches scrubbed Hand Wood CompanyWood

| Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest pressed ____________50c
I suits pressed ______25c. of AIIKlnds
prices, to the above addressIIMimiiiltlMIMItlliltlllllllilllltlllltlMI do ladies' work also. Give PROMPT SERVICE
I! trial and be convinced.
called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE
IMMMIMMinttlltllll : Phone 613.
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r At the Exposition- Mr. W. S. McKoy_left yesterday afternoon -

1 for Bartow to look after business PAY YOUR BILLSBEFORE
l 101 and anywhere else in the United States-the safest way to carry matters.
l "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 anJ
r shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued iiI Attorney LeRoy B. Giles spent :yesterday .
I I $10\ :$20. :$53 and :$100. .I- in DeLand on professional bus- THE 10th TO ,

I iness.

t, t l&B&Cheques; J t: Allen & Company Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.W. .
3 r Skating Rink. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy Drugs.
[ (American Bankers Assodafau f Races tonight. 8-10-ltc Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
f City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries. .
Mr. G. W. Jurnigan left yesterday Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
f morning over the Atlantic Coast Lineon John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey Meat Market.
ff J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop Bicycles, etc.
f .. uJi:1 a business trip to Titusville. Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
"A.B.A. C'-ua
be oatPled Oil,het avenue and Arcade building. Store.
) \ k'Lp ht lil r it; FrOadmn GroumG I Miss Willie Person will leave today I. W. Phillips & Son. :Mayer: Candy Co.
t lT. J. A. Caplinger Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
l for Tampa where she will visit her
, Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
friends, Mrs A. Mcllvaine.. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.T. .
P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.
tiLiFi Dr. Ben Freer one of Winter Park's Our Grocery Company.

i among popular the and welcome prominent visitors citizens to, was Orlando They will give you 'back 2 cents in Savings

yesterday.If Checks for every dollar you spend with themin

cash or if bill by the 10th of
you spend $10 a week you save you pay your
$10 a year by asking for savings the month therefore
i checks. 8-1-tf ,

Mrs. George II. Henry arrived in
Ask for SAVINGS I
CHECKS
Orlando yesterday from Calhoun Ky.,
and is visiting her friends Miss Mollie -
Ilr iA / ) ti'-4 Lendrum 210 Patrick street.


Capt. B.1.. Sims, of Ocoee was GOOD FpA GOOD FpACOA

among the representative citizens .
; transacting business in Orlando yes- DEDOSIT E : I FOa DEDOSIT r IIN
1NE / IN ENESAYINGSDEDARiMENTQF
terday. $AYINGSDEDARTMENTOF i-
'0p
, 0p'
PEOPLES NATIONAL PEOPLES NATIONAL
LY.i Miss Ruby Bass, a popular young 0 BANK app' o BANK p pp, 1 "
i lady from St. Cloud, is visiting relatives q'INDO.f Q NDO.F O

and taking in the sights of Orlando ,

: r The State Bank of OrlandoITS this week.If Then don't keep them at home but deposit

c you spend $10 a week you save
$10 a year by asking for savings : them at once so they will earn 4 per cent in-

checks. 8-1-tf : terest for you in the Savings Department of the

Mrs. Clint Bass returned home I
from a two weeks visit to Kissimmee,
AX ECONOMY: TO BUY NOW!
t St. Cloud and a few other places, i Peoples National Bank

"ELDER" Spring Water which she enjoyed very much. ,

, IT IS A STANDARD FOR PURITY AIDS DIGESTION AND Miss Alma Fore returned to Orlando MIMIfr, , , 11111 II II rill III I'"
yesterday afternoon from a delightful ..
ELIMINATES ACIDITYThis
being accomplished a world of sickness is saved. Nature visit of two weeks to friends ..'111111111111111111-111111111111111111111111111'11111111111 1.11'.1. ...,.,
provided Spring Water and Spring Water alone for mankind and in Tampa. :
nothing can take its place. BEGIN NOW. _
Dr. E. R. Prince and daughter, :Mrs 1
Elder Spring Water Company Lula P. Hill, were in the city yesterday PACKARD Wins Grand j

ORLANDO FLORIDA from their home in Conway en
route to Tampa to visit relatives. .4

Phone WRIGHT, 444 If you spend-$10 a week you save : Prize at San FranciscoThe

$10 a year by asking for savings: .
checks. 8-1-t : .
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4
Orlando Lodge No. 69, F. & A. M, : 4
will in only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan- :
meet regular communication in :
their hall at 7:30 this evening August 4 ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -

10. Work in W. M. degree. : were both awarded to PACKARD.It .

.. is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-
ySpANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. J. N. Carter and children who : that back of the
ties of permanent success are new
have been visiting Mrs. John T.Fuller ..
at her home on Lucerne Circle, returned :
yesterday to Arcadia. :

Packard Twin-Six
Mr. W. D. Rogers returned from f
Detroit on Sunday evening where he
spent a week looking after the auto- 4
mobile business. :
The following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effec-

tive August 2, 1915: Mrs. 1.. H. Meyer-left yesterday afternoon j
Juan = j
San Garage Company
Ford Runabout ________$390.00 over the Atlantic Coast Line
for St. Louis Mo., where she will
Ford Touring Car______ 440.00 ,
spend the remainder of the summer ;
Ford Town Car ________ 610.00No with relatives and friends. Orlando-Daytona

speedometer included in this year's DISTRIBUTORS
equipment otherwise cars fully equipped. If you spend $10 a week you save
$10 a year by asking for savings
There can be no assurance given againstan checks. 8-1-tf 4
I 1111" ' liimimiinenmiMiiiiiiMtMiM*
advance in these prices at any time. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fisher arrivedin

F. G. RUSH Orlando yesterday afternoon from MMMMMMMMtlieitlHI
i Luxora Ark., on a visit to Mr. and
32 East Church Street Phone 226 ;; Mrs. Geo. Worthley, who reside a
short way from Orlando on the Who Will Be Your Executor?

Apopka road.


Mr. W. M. Davis returned Sunday ANSWER NO. 2

morning over the Seaboard Air Line Your estate may be materially impaired as a .

____ ---.-- O. from a business trip to St. Louis and direct result of the appointment of an executor. : t
Evansville. Mr. Davis reports all trustee. > ,;
..,.... or Er3 ; sue
.. .I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIII I kinds of weather in Missouri and Indiana f
When individual is appointed
: -cold, wet and disagreeable. an }' e'
The financial responsibility is generally weaker. :s' y ; sy ,

I Skating Rink. It is usually' provided in wills that the person ? y; '
Races tonight. 8-10-ltc nominated to serve as executor shall be excused f 1 4 .5-f
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from giving bonds. .t+i'v s i : + ,. ,
:Mr.: W. S. Branch left yesterday afternoon : +
bonds supplied, it is at the expense .1 t S 1
When surety are
AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs I for Tampa where after a so- _
and then only partial secu-
of the estate
he will :
: journ go to Pass-a-Grille and
I later on a visit to the Manatee sec- : rity against loss is provided.When r j-

to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis tion. :Mr.: Branch has been on the a Trust Company is selected-

a certain period in the lives of most of us when our sick list for some days and his host of : The positive advantage of strong financial re- i
friends hope to see him return : ''
dreams love and with very sponsibility is secured. : v
are illuminated by lighted much benefited. :
Diamonds.A A bond which has behind it the entire financial #
strength of the Institution is always filed with r ii
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of Mrs. Wm. Smith and daughters, : the Probate Court at no cost to the estate. : s 7 .
pilot to at this stage in life's Misses Lillian and Millie, will leave g'
engage game.
No. 3 will in a subsequent issue *
Answer
today to visit relatives and friends in : appear
:May we pilot matrimonial bark? sMrs k-
;your ;
Pennsylvania Xew York and Connecticut : of this newspaper.
:Miss: Lillian will ,"isitIiss:: I

.; i Margaret Alleman in Littleton; Miss :: Come in any time and freely ask for further { j i
: Millie will spend some time with rel- i, : information on this vitally important subject. 4 x; _
:I atives and friends Montrose:: ; while i! : You are always welcome, and our officers are always ,J' Iu s s"E
: Mrs. Smith, after a short visit to Xew j :E glad to advise.
T. H. EVANSJEWELER York: will go to Ansonia to spend the '
: remainder of the summer. | :
o The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

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: Biie (master &; Bnindage( : :,: Orlando, Florida \


: Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Stillat Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Erksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
t6C"Y.IM.M-.."11111 n 1..8.II.I.III.I.-.... National Bank. Phone 578. -H- MlilililHU

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