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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 11, 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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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1915. NUMBER 15;).

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:Mobs Are Being Incited to Murder Washington, Aug. 10.-Secretary i Berlin, Aug. 10.-Two thousand 1 London, Aug. .-An announcement Aug. 10.-Indictments of Czar Beset by Two
Lansing today sent a note to the Aus- before the charging manslaughter and criminal
Foreigners and the Sit- British dead are piled I by the admiralty tonight states Big German Forces-Aero-
tro-Hungarian government in whichhe Turkish trenches following two des- carelessness in connection, with the
uation Is Extremely made it plain that this government perate but futile counter attacks I I that the British torpedo boat destroyer Eastland disaster were voted today planes and Zeppelins

Serious I does not agree with the Austro-Hun- against the Turkish east wing near Lynax was sunk yesterday by a by the state grand'jury on six men, Bombard Towns
garian contention that the exporta- Sedd el Bahr on Friday, according to I the owners and officials of the boat.
Washington, Aug. 10.-The situa- tion of munitions of war from the official advices tonight from Constan- mine in the North sea. Four officers London Aug. 10.-The Germans,

tion in regard to Mexico took a new United States on the present scale is tinople. I and 22 men were 5and.Agents FORM VIGILANCE COMMITTEE fighting desperately to gain controlof
and startling turn today and it is be- not "in consonance with the definitionof the railroads, not only before but
lieved that there is a strong probability strict neutrality. Nogales, Ariz., Aug. 10.-A vigilance also behind the Russian second line a .

that a clash between the United Pay For RaidsLondon BoldDouglas committee has been formed of defense, have taken the fortress of

States and Carranza is imminent. SEARCH FOR BANDITS among the ranchers on the Americanside Lomza by storm and are drawing
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Developments during the day were of the border in the San Rafael their lines closer about Vilna, accord-
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as follows: Commander McNamee,in i Brownsville, Tex., Aug. 10.-Absence Aug. 10.-The parliamentary Ariz., Aug. 10.-Accord- valley, 25 miles east of here, to main- ing to the Berlin official news to
command of the naval forces on the of news early today of further committee, which was appointedafter ing to advices today from Nogales, tain a day and night guard over their night.

eastern Atlantic coast, reported that trouble of ranches since the battle of the first German naval raid on Ariz., complaints have been made to stock against raids by Mexicans. Dur- The retreat of the Russian army

mobs at Vera Cruz are being incited Sunday between Americans and Mex-I the British coast, to investigate and the United States authorities there of ing the last week it is said five hun- which evacuated Ivangorod has been ,

to murder foreigners and that the sit ican bandits at Norrias encouragedlocal compensate raid sufferers, has thus activity of agents of the Carranza dred head of cattle and horses have made extremely perilous by the suc-

uation is extremely serious. officials in the belief that the far distributed $450,000 in indemnitiesto government, who are said to be mak- been driven across the line into Mex- cesses of the army of the Austrian

He asked that two battleships be presence of additional soldiers was those who suffered property dam- ing their headquarters on the Amer- 'ican territory. The ranchers have also archduke, and that of Von Woyrsch.

sent him at once. having the effect of stopping further age in coast and air raids. Up to ican side of the international bound- i made an appeal for protection to the Vilna, an important town on the Pe-

In response to this request the bat- depredations.The June 25 there had been altogether ary line acros from Nogales, Sonora. United States army officers along the trograd railway, is being evacuatedby

tleships Louisiana and New Hampshire four companies of U. S. soldiers fourteen attacks on Great Britain by "complaints assert that the Car- border. the Russians, and German aviatorsare

sailed today from Newport, R. today were stationed at Sebas- hostile aircraft, with total casualtiesas ranza agents have been trying to stir The forces under General Calles in- bombarding both Vilna and Kovno.

1,.-and the gunboat Marcotta has also tian, Raymondsville, San Benito and follows: up trouble among the forces of Gov. vesting Nogales, are camped at Santa Zeppelins are also making raids.
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been ordered to proceed from Pro- Harlingen. Killed, 56, of whom 24 were men, Jose Maytorena defending the Sonora 'Cruz, 14 miles from San Rafael.

gresso to Vera Cruz.It Soldiers, state and county officers 21 women and 11 children. All the town. 'I The continuance of the attack on GERMANS LOSE 65,000:

is understood also that the gun- and posses of armed citizens contin- men kiJIed were civilians. As a result of the complaints the Nogales may be delayed another week

boats Wheeling and Machias, whichare ued searching for the bandits who escaped Wounded, so far as ascertained, dispatch says the United States army because of the difficulty in repairing Geneva, Switzerland, Aug. 10.-A ..

on the Mexican coasts, have been after the fight at Norrias. 138 of whom 86 were men, 35 women, officers have set a closer watch on railroad bridges.C. dispatch to the Tribune from Innsbruck -
ordered there.President and 17 children. the border line. P. Clark and J. P. King, American Austria, says that in the recent
Wilson has decided to cut PROGRESS AT GALLIPOLIParis aviators attached to the Villa fighting along the section of the

short his vacation at Cornish and return NEW WORK FOR AUSTRIANS NOT FLEEING FROM CARRANZA garrison, were severely injured yes- eastern front running from the Pissa

to Washington at once. Aug. .-The allied forces terday when an aeroplane which they river to Ostrov, northeast of Warsaw,

The president is expected to arrive have resumed their attacks upon the Switzerland 10.The were testing fell. the Germans lost 65,000 men in killed
Geneva, Aug. Long Branch, N. J., Aug. 10.-Do-
tomorrow night or Thursday and holda Turkish positions at the Dardanelles the Italian front of or wounded, but captured the princi-
appearance on micio Dagacia, Brazilian minister, authorized -
cabinet meeting Friday.Dr. with great vigor during the last two Austrian troops released from the the statement today that CARL DOUGHERTY LEAVES pal Russian fortified positions.The .
Ortega, the Guatemalan minis- days and have made progress on the Russian campaign is announced by TODAY engagements on the section approaching -

,, ter Mexico, who was ordered to be Gallipoli peninsula, according to a. the Tribune in a dispatch from Lai- Brazil-ian Novogeorgiesvk, the dispatch -
expelled by General Carranza, has Havas dispatch received at Athens. baich Austria. I : Carl Dougherty, 216 South Orange says, has been continuous for
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:ing there chiefly to inform the Washington -
been taken on board the gunboat Sac- The Turkish losses have been heavy. These troops, to the number of 30- government and Pan-American avenue, leaves tonight for Mt. Union, five days. The Germans have occu-

ramento at Vera Cruz for safety, and- I Simultaneously the allied fleet bom- 000, equipped with artillery sufficientfor diplomats on the general situation in Pa., to enter the electrical engineering pied the northern portion of the defenses -

he and his family will be brought to barded the Turkish positions on the two army corps, attacked the Ital- :Mexico. department of the Etna Explo- of the surrounding fortress.

the United States. I Dardanelles, inflicting severe damage. ians yesterday outside of Goriza. The The impression given at the sum- sive company. The Russian garrison depends mainly
The department is preparing bayonet charges as artillery am-
navy Italians brought up additional artil- mer embassy was that the Brazilian upon
plans to divert from Hayti some of lery, and after a battle of 15 hours, minister was not fleeing from Car- munition is lacking.
the marines and ships now there. ORLANDO MAN DIED IN the dispatch says, forced the Aus- ranza but that his departure was the MITCHELL'S ACCOMPLICE North of the Lublin-Cholm railroadthe
Naval officers the battle continues to the
expressed opin- advantageof
trians into Goriza
to retreat leaving result of an arrangement made sev-
ion privately that within a short timea dead. the Austrians and Germans. In
CHICAGO YESTERDAY 2,000 eral weeks ago whereby the ministerwas IS ARRESTED IN
large part of the Atlantic fleet will The Italians are said to have gained to leave if conditions became un- the region of Novo Alexandria on
be sent to the south Mexican waters. the Vistula, south of Ivangorod, the
important point strategically by bearable. Senor Cardoza's health has
The announcement has been made AFTERNOONWAS joining forces between Romans and been impaired by the strain of his SANFORDSHERIFFS Russians are offering resistance, inflicting -

that more troops are to be sent to the Doberdo, south of Gradisca. The Aus- work in caring for American inter- heavy losses.A. .

Mexican border at once. trians endeavored to prevent this ests, it was said.BASEBALL.
Secretary Lansing left Washingtonat VISITING AT HOME OF junction, losing heavily in the effort. OF SEMINOLEAND B. Vance, popular traveller from
midnight for New York where the The bombardment of Rovereto Jacksonville, who represents the Hotel
JOHN STONE IN THAT con- RESULTS ORANGE CAPTUREDMAN
conference with the Pan-American tinues. Astor, of Orlando, in addition to
YESTERDAYJohn
diplomats on the Mexican situationwill CITY his Jacksonville interests, left for -

be resumed tomorrow. National League Clearwater this morning. Mr. Vance
General Scott reported that at his I DeathVas Caused by Tumor of THE WEEKLY FORD STORY New York 2, Pittsburgh 8. Harris, Colored, Thoughtto says he regrets the damage wroughtby

conference with Villa the rebel leader Brain, According to Verdict Chicago 1, Brooklyn 3. Have Been Connected the late deluge in the Sunshine
There reaches us a report to the
said he had already agreed to the de- of the Coroner's effect that the members of a familyin Others postponed, rain. With Robberies in City and congratulates the city that
mands made on him. American League Orlando repairs are being made so rapidly.St. .- .
PhysicianA this vicinity became very sick. A
I summoned who New York 2-2, Cleveland 0-3. Petersburg Independent.
physician was diagnosed -
U. S. Cavalry and Mexicans Fight Boston 2-10, St. Louis 3-3. Lewis Mitchell colored who
special to the Sentinel receivedat : the case as ptomaine poisoning. was
Brownsville, TeL, Aug. 10.-United 11:30 last night announced the :1.After he had relieved the sick he be- Philadelphia 4, Chicago 9. arrested in Orlando last Friday, IN MEMORAY OF J. W. CAIN ;

States cavalrymen and Mexicans death of Richard Post, of this city, gan to inquire as to the cause of the Washington 2, Detroit 8. charged with breaking into and rob-
fought again today, this time near who has been visiting for some timeat illness. "Did you eat something that Federal League bing several houses in Orlando, men- At the regular meeting of Orlando

Mercedes, Texas. One Mexican was the home of John Stone, in Chi- had been left standing in tin?" he Kansas City 3, Brooklyn 2. tion of which was published in the Lodge No. 69, F. & A. M., last even-

killed. None of the troopers were cago. The news of his sudden death asked of the man. The man studiedfor Newark 0, Chicago 7. Sentinel, was thought at the time to ing the following resolutions were (

reported hurt. will be a shock to his friends in this a minute, then suddenly remembered Buffalo 0, St. Louis 1. have accomplices, but not until yes- adopted:
city. The message follows: I and said: "By gosh, Doc, that's Baltimore 8, Pittsburgh 6. terday did the Orange county author- Resolution in respect to the memoryof
Asks for Battleship Squadron at Chicago, Aug. 10.-Special( to the just what did it. We left our lunchin Southern League ities succeed in getting their man. Brother J. W. Cain, who died on

Vera Cruz Sentinel.-Richard Post, of'Orlando, the Ford all forenoon.-Democrat, Little Rock 2, Birmingham 6. When Mitchell was arrested by Policeman the 31st day of July 1915.
Whereas the Giver of all life has
Washington, Aug. Commander Florida, a visitor at the home of of Cherokee, la. Only game played. Broom, he was seen to drop a ,
McNamee, the senior naval officer at 'John Stone, of this city, died at the letter from his pocket, which was ended the earthly existence of our
Vera Cruz, has asked the navy department -I Lakeside hospital last,night after he picked up by an Orlando man who late brother, J. W. Cain, and has sum-

to send a battleship squadron ,had been assisted there by friends. Gas Tank Explodes Scott To See Villa gave it to the officer making the ar- moned him from "labor to refreshment -

to guard against anti-foreign :lie was suffering from a tumor of the rest, who turned it over to Sheriff from this earthly Lodge to the
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Grand Lodge above therefore be it
demonstrations which he says have I brain, according to Dr. Joseph Spring Residents and pedestrians in the El Paso, Tex, Aug. .-In execu- Gordon.In Resolved that Orlando; Lodge, No.
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begun. er, coroner's physician, who examinedthe Sanford yesterday Sheriff Handof
I neighborhood of Freeman Phillips'auto tion of his commission from the state 69, F. & A. M, while bowing sub-
Commander McNamee's report did body later. Seminole'county, aided by Sheriff
repair and washing station, on
,department, Gen. Hugh L. Scott chief Gordon, located the man to whom the missively to the Divine Will, desiresto
not give details, but officials here be- East Church street, were startled yes-
lieve the anti-American feeling whichhe WILL ESCAMBIA COUNTY BE terday morning about 8 o'clock, by a of staff of the United States army, letter was addressed, who turned out place sincere upon record for the, evidence of
our regard the deceased,
reported is a direct outgrowth of WET OR DRY? loud noise which very much resem- accompanied by George C. Carothers, to be John Harris, colored. When arrested and
our profound regret for this
the meeting of the six American nations bled the firing of a cannon. Peoplewere official agent of the state depart- Harris denied any knowledgeof break in the ranks of our brother-
in Washington for the adjust- Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 10.-The pres- seen rushing to the building and ment, planned today to confer with the robberies and said that Mitchell hood and to
testify to our esteem for
ment of difficulties between the fac- ident of the Escambia Prohibition in a minute or two all about the establishment Gen. Francisco Villa in the customs had visited Sanford and left a the
tions. Other developments in Mexico, League announced today that a petition was confusion. There house of Juarez. gold watch, pocket book, razor, and a many generous qualities of our

such as General Carranza's expulsionof I I will be presented to the board of were no yeggmen, no bombardmentand Last night General Scott saw min- pair of spectacles with him to keep departed Resolved brother., that this Lodge be drapedin

the Guatemalan minister and his ,county commissioners tomorrow night no cannonading, but this did hap- ing corporation representatives and until his return from Orlando. The for in
mourning thirty days
respect -
differences with the Brazilian minis- for election property all belonged to Mr. F. L.
a special to determine pen: foreign merchants whose goods have the
to of beloved
ter, taken as evidence of Carran- whether the I Anderson, of this city, with the ex- memory our
are or not county shall be Two men employed in the establishment been confiscated by the Villa government brother.

za's displeasure with the stand the wet or dry in the future. I F. Michael, white, and Dan ception of the spectacles. Resolved, that these resolutions be

C United States has taken. The voters will have an opportu- Bell, colored, were engaged in weldinga It is not expected the conferencewill Harris was brought to Orlando and inscribed the minutes of the
I upon
nity, it is said to voice their sentiments shaft is now confined in the county jail
Ford crank which had been be of long duration. General furnished for
Lodge, a pubication -
Sinaloa Quiet on the question. Several years placed upon an empty gasoline tank. Villa has ordered his train routed awaiting his trial at the next term of and copy also a copy, under seal of A

Coronado Beach, Cal, Aug. 10.- I ago 'a similar election was held, but The intense heat caused an explosion, south to Chihuahua City at 3 o'clock the criminal court. the Lodge, be sent to the widow of

That section of Sinaloa, Mexico, the county remained wet by a major- burning Michael badly on the arm this afternoon. The hour for the con- our deceased brother.J. .
where it recently was reported Amer- ity of 400 votes. Twenty-five percent and cutting a gash in Bell's temple.It ference was tentatively set for 9 ANOTHER TRAIN LOAD CATTLE N. BRADSHAW,
icans were being placed in jeopardyby of the voters have signed the petition, was found that the colored man o'clock, but it was subject to changeit Another solid train load of cattle SUMPTER F. DAVIS,

Indian raiders, was termed "quiet" it is said, which number is 10 percent had fared badly. Besides being cut was said. passed through Orlando yesterday CHAS. J. BACKIUS.

today in a message received from the more than it required. he was otherwise bruised, and was morning over the Atlantic Coast Line Committee of Orlando Lodge No. 69
,
bound for the National Stock Yards
United States cruiser Chattanooga, taken immediately to Dr. McEwan's THE WEATHERFor F. & A. M., Orlando, Florida.
which has been patrolling the coast of September Cosmopolitan at Curtis sanitarium, where medical treatmentwas St. Louis, Mo. The cattle were raisedin Attest:

Mexico between Topolobampo and Los & O'Neal's book, music and stationerystore. given, and at last accounts he Florida: Wednesday, showers; and around Kissimmee on the prai- H., M. VOORHIS, Secretary.
Mochu. All the latest music. ,was getting along nicely. 1 I gentle to moderate shifting winds. ries and were all in fine shape. j

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES; INCOME PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HAS ORANGE CENTER TO BE SCENEOF -
INVESTMENTS 54,961 NEW MEMBERSNew FIELD DAY
SIDELIGHTS3y

i ness If you of any have kind for,sale or a an paying investment busi- W. S. Branch. York, N. Y.-The Presbyterainchurch Plans are now being made for a big Trees With Capital Surplusand

yielding a regular income, see A. B. in the United States increasedby field' day of the growers and truckersin ,

} Cook & Co., 30 Watkins Block, Orlando 54,961 members in the last year, the Orange Center section on Fri-
Fla. Consultation free. Relations Fashionable society in the East is Undivided Profits"Just
l 8-10-d&w-tf and now has 1,513,046 communicants, day, August 13th. The growers will
f confidential. greatly surprised to read that Pav- according to an official report just meet at the home of E. B. Morrey, according -

Iowa, the world's most famous made public. The gifts raised in the to the plans, and the farmers
, Want anything? Ask for it through dancer, has contracted to pose and year totaled $27,784,000, of which $2- will then visit several farms in that ,

Sentinel "Wants." act for the movies. The matchless 000,000 were for home missions and I section to study methods and note the ordinary trees may be compared to a com-

Russian artiste is one of the highest $1,810,000 for foreign missions. progress of crops.C. pany with only its original capital. It has not

t paid entertainers in the world. Eight The largest growth in membershipis H. Baker, farm demonstrator, of been augmented by the profit of foresight or bus- .

ARCADE and ten thousand dollars a night is in southern California, and in Chi- Orange county, and B. E. Evans, who iness acumen nor diminished by dissipation, lack

componplace in her ticket sales. Her cago, St. Louis, St. Paul, Minneapolis, has charge of the work in Osceola of thrift or losses.

explanation for her appearance in the Indianapolis and Pittsburgh.In county, will attend and talk with the Evolution means something. There is daily an .

silent: drama" is that at present New York city, in the last year, growers.It improvement in the types of men, animals and
MILK there are only 15 or 20 cities in the the increase was greater. than ever is likely that a number of the plants. .

United States where she can appear, before, and included the absorption of I growers from this section will attend
and in Europe she has never appeared been Trees that have been brought from the lower,
two large Reformed churches. The the field day, the plan having
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DEPOT except in London, Paris, and a few of gifts to missions, etc., averaged $53.53a suggested at the meeting of the Osce- ordinary type to the higher types may be saidto
the largest cities. Therefore, while member. i ola County Fruit and Truck Growers have accumulated a surplus.Our .

she is at the zenith of her fame and The report shows the largest Pres- I'meeting held here last Saturday.- trees by the refinement of the process of

power she wishes to "leave records of byterian church in the world to be the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. bud selection, and by the perfection of our nur-

BUTTER MILK her work for all time." Fifth Avenue. The miscellaneous sery practice have not only the capital and the

charities for the year amounted to I CITY COMMISSIONERS EQUALIZE surplus, but undivided profits which you may ..
-. Fresh Every Day. There is food for thought in the $403,500, and the cost of maintenancewas TAX ASSESSMENTSThe : share.

t 5c. per glass Times-Union editorial of Saturdaylast almost $100,000. It gave to for- I SEND FOR OUR CATALOGthat

f. 25c. per gallon entitled "Our Flag in Haiti. eign missions $42,000 and to home city commissioners are hard at you may know these refining, type better \

( CREAM AND MILK Uncle Sam has got some job on his missions $54,900.RUSSOJAPANESE. I work this week sitting as a board of ment, profiit-making qualities, and how they
BUTTER hands if he is going to enforce the equalization pass upon the tax as- are imparted to the orange and grapefruit and

l Monroe Doctrine all over the civilized PACT MADE sessments as prepared by Assessor other trees produced, not merely grown, by
i Fresh Homemade world, reprove, pacify and set up a Boone. The work of the commissioners -
normal democratic government in all began Friday and will probably
SANDWICHES Rome. M. De Giers the
newly
the savage islands and nations under appointed continue until the last of this week.

J' PIES AND CAKES the sun, protect and defend his own Russian ambassador to Italy, I When the city commissioners, acting Lake Garfield NurseriesBartow
said in interview that
an today Japan
immense from the attacksof
coast
sea in their capacity as a board of
and Russia have the bonds of
the world's armies and navies, and seen equalization, have concluded their FloridaMtntlMillMIIIMMIMMMMMMIlHitlMlltittlt
! ARCAUHiK at the same time lead all mankind in friendship between them tightened by changes in the schedule for the coming ,
DEPOTAN I
the the fraternity of arms. Their single
attainment of universal peace. year the increases will be adver-
and of he said
purpose unity thought, ,
And incidentally keep peace betweenBill tised and complaints will be heard t
have obliterated the
Bryan, Bill Sulzer, Ted Roosevelt, already painful From those who believe that their .
memories of the last
Joe Cannon, and Gov. Whitman. war. rate of assessment is too high.
UNSOLICITED LETTERWant Japan, said the Russian ambassador *
-oAt -
by her brilliant successful I
opera- ,
> GERMANY PREPARED FOR 30
a meeting of the :Music Teachers' -
tions the in
against Germany colony
the excellent to compliment work you have you done for Association of California, held in I the Far East, had become allied like YEARS, SECOLO SAYS Country Gentleman Corn
San Francisco last month, a resolu- 'Italy with Russia against the common
for me. Milan.-Commenting on Emperor
tion was passed asking that "Dixie" .
In this and terrible
Have been coming to Floridafor enemy. grave William's address to the German peo- in the market.
and Sousa's "The Stars and Stripes hour, he declared, Russia and Japan : The finest corn
30 years and have had work Forever" be known the official ple issued last Saturday, the Secolo _____________15c
as finding themselves menaced in their : 20 cent cans for _______________
Jacksonville to
done from St. to Pensacola Key marches of the United States, to be most vital interests by German aggression says: : 15 cent cans for ____________________________10c t1D
West, Augustine "To the emperor's oaths of inno-
played on all state occasions. Con- .
and I can truthfully I are now loyally and cordially and the whole civilized .
say gress will be petitioned to act in the cence Europe
have never had such excellent At there offi- co-operating for a great purpose. I world already have replied that he is
matter. Ale
present are no
M. De Giers insisted that the deedsof Ginger
work done for me, as you have cial band marches. not telling the truth. His troops haveso
done. The proprietors of the Germany and Austria had caused far been ,conquering because of; .'
-oIf the creation of what is
laundries of Jacksonville and practically a their superior preparations. lie accuses The kind to drink in hot weather.

Tampa, not to speak of smaller President Wilson feels that at Russo-Japanese alliance. Europe of preparing ten years 25 cent bottles _____________________________20c
the end of his four he will have
places, can come to your place had all the strenuosity years of office that CAPTURE BIG TURTLE for war, while Germany for thirty 15 cent bottles _____________________________He
and learn how to do work. The sharpened her arms for aggres-
people of Orlando can justly feel he cares for in one life time, there is years sion." 10 cent bottles ______________________________8c

proud of their Steam Laundry. an abundance of reason in the Balti- Rutland, Vt.-One of the largest

more convention resolutions for him turtles it is believed, that was ever .
(Name on application.) NEW YORK MAYOR GOES TO Checks
to evacuate the White House. If, on caught in fresh waters in this sectionof CAMP Savings

the other hand, he is not disposed to the country was captured recentlyat

Orlando be a quitter, but aspires, like Grant, Shrewsbury Pond by members of and
Mitchel
New York, Aug. 9.Mayor Pay your July account before the 10th of August,
to "fight it out on this line if it takes the camping party of Mr. and Mrs. will be one of the recruits of the

Steam all summer," there are probably Paul B. Reynolds, of New York. camp composing 1,500 business and get the Savings Checks. .

LaundryFRENCH enough voters to back him up in his The creature, which measured forty- professional men who begin a month's .

DRY CLEANERS resolution. Therefore, to put it in one inches from head to tail and borea training under regular army officers .

LAUNDERERS the language of the street, "Woodrow, shell measuring seventeen inches in tomorrow. The mayor expects to remain -

PHONE 88 it's up to you." each dimension, put up a fight of four in camp only two weeks. Our Grocery Company

-0A hours before it was landed, and thenit -
Philadelphia paper tells of the was only subdued after having been Philadelphia, Aug. 9.-Nearly one Two Phones: 3 and 200

death of a Pennsylvania man recentlywho shot twice and lassoed. It
requiredthe
hundred men prominent in businessand
Orlando Fla.
Get Behind a had lived to be 100 years of age efforts of all the men in the partyto professional life in this city left 6 and 8 E. Pine ,

and had never learned to tell the time effect the capture. today for Plattsburg, N. Y., where
U4ow of day. The item failed to state what they will undergo a four weeks'course I 11111.1111111111111111111111111111111111111.11. ... lit

brand of liquor he drank all his life, GEORGE LODER IS DEAD; WAS of instruction under regular army of-
and enjoy a really cool dry sweet I and also gave no information as to KNOWN AS FATHER OF ficers. I
smoky The Wellington Pipe wontboil
< won't get foul whether he smoked a "jimmy pipe"filled MYSTIC SHRINE
with tobacco out of a "toppy red
IuIa N.J. /11 THREE YEAR OLD BARONET
, Am.rica bag," or rolled cigarettes from the Rochester N. Y. Aug. 9.GeorgeLoder CAREY HAND .
.. dr contents of a "glass humidor. It
Cme
known the
throughout countryas
I pick tti.2k95c London, Aug. 9.-The youngest bar- .
,. would also be interesting to know the father of the
YoriIe .bepe Mystte Shrine, onet in England is Anthony Banks
.""- LISayAl whether he wore "B. V. D.'s" or "Porosknit" FUNERAL DIRECTOR '
'V died last night, after a long illness, Jenkinson, aged three, who has just
: underwear "Interwoven" or"Ipswich"
aged 73. succeeded to the baronetcy on the
sox, shaved with a "Gem"or AND EMBALMERAll
He emeritus of the
was potentate death of his grandfather, Sir George
f "Durham" safety razor, used
shrine.
Banks Jenkinson. The baby's father,
"Palmolive" or "Colgate's" for a bath,
E
Capt. 3. B. Jenkinson, was killed in
wore "Slidewell" or "Barker" collars,
: used "Pebeco" or "Listerine" tooth Sentinel Want Ads Pay. action in September. calls answered Promptly Dayor

r paste, ate "Pettijohn" or "Cream of
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Hand Block.
: Wheat," cooked with "Crisco" or Night.
You want to see this new
"Snowdrift," wrote with a "Water- EXCURSIONS

package Spider is introducing to man" or "Lucky'Curve" pen, rode in ST. JOHNS RIVER Orlando Florida.PHONE .

a "Buick" or "Cadillac," scrubbed ,
r the market-its the swellest with "Old Dutch" or "Fairbank's 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457, ?

; thing out in the way of little Twins." All of these points are of Sanford to JacksonvilleAND

interest in this age of the world whenwe

Cigars. all wish to live long enough to see RETURN

See him at theGood the end of the war in Europe.


SAFE AND UNSAFE FOOD $7 .00 The Orlando Meat MarketT.

and Bad
There are those who think,they can
tell the difference between a mush- Including meals and berth A. YANCY Manager

Cigar StoreOrange room that the and former a toadstool is a, good and they food insist pro- Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

AvenueBargaill duct. They may be right, for they LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMERLeaves Florida and Western Meats ",
enjoy the eating of the edible fungus.

How they are able to distinguish be- L6 os CEO: L..A.. :JI Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. .
tween the edible and the non-edible

fungi is a mystery to the uninitiated.Let Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30: A. M.
amateur for
no go mushrooming, I
he may gather something that is A combination daylight and searchlight trip Business Its P. O. BOX 226
I PHONES {Residence, 133 tor. Orange Awe. and Church St1 .
at least unhealthful. Thereare
deadly
,
or
plenty of vegetables that are nu- of 400 miles through the heart of Florida

tritious and healthful without

venturing among the fungi for some-one Clyde St. Johns River Line I III 1..111 I' 11111111fl"111'111111111111111131 n I III
thing to gratify the appetite. Safety

first is a good rule to apply in the BREAKERS HOTEL

matter of food. Among the vegeta- Where Shall I Go To School?
bles and the meat products that form I DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

the food of the human race much depends
New house, 8 rooms and bath. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. .
on the condition they are in WOMEN Gainesville, Fla. Hot and Cold running water in every room
Location perfect, 4 blocks from when placed upon the table. All or Tallahassee, Fla. DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
LOCATED
any of them may be safe when theyare Highest standards, ranking with the
center of city east side. Standard the same as those of the 15th to September 15th, $8 to
fresh, but they are a menace to best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the Reduced rates from July

For quick sale $3000. Cash or health if partaken of when they haveadvanced country. North and East. $10 per week, American Plan.

beyond the perfect stage.In Modern buildings and equipment; 378 students last session. Total enrollment New Bath House Free to Guests
terms. the summer great care should be all modern conveniences. '
taken with the diet, for health depends 437 students regular term; 163 630, including Summer MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop. ,
total enrollment last i School.
largel yon the food that is session summer 636.Tuition term. ; .. .. . . . . . .
eaten.-Lynn. Item. Free in College and Nor- Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per
mal SchooL semester for law.

CARL DANN Advertise in the Morning Sentinel For Catalogue and information, Forfurther information, addressA. Sentinel Want Ads Get Resultsn'

and get results. writeEDWARD COXRADI, President. A. MURPHREE, President. .





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REMEDYING POLITICAL THE MARVELLOUS

EVILS.In I GOSSIPS. SUBMARINE.The iI- I'' : f 1111 d l i 1''

do you these late years, investigationhas When one class of people has any- feats of the submarines duringthe

been piled on investigation, until thing to say, it has become largelythe war have settled the question as
hope for in a t one is inclined to wonder where it custom to make a political issue to their future place in naval warfare.

will all end. out of it instead of a friendly discus- They were decidedly an unknown //ilftSectionaLBSblccases '
varnish ? The child laborer has been inves- I sion to print it in a law book insteadof quantity, an experiment, when the ; ; -

tigated. The hello-girl has been in- a newspaper and to argue it before war opened. It was known that with
vestigated. The tired shopgirl has a jury instead of to settle it in
/ I in a limited zone, with wind and r lI a tt
. been investigated. The factory worker the higher courts of Common Sense. weather entirely in their favor, they

THE in general has been investigated. I As a result, political agitators, polit- would prove useful, but it was not expected -
Tenements have been investigated.Office ical lawyers, political preachers and that they would turn out the
'ON \ buildings have been investi- j I masculine in -
women are powerful politics terrific engines of destruction they
gated. Milk supply and infant mor- I and dissension, selfishness, intolerance have become. The achievement of a

UiJTROVARNISBES tality and house flies and the high I and hysterics run rampant in British submarine in getting into the biIL

cost of living have all been investi- public affairs, for when the low, Baltic and sinking a German battle-
gated, and still' the work of investi- damp, murky atmosphere of misun- ship is a wonderful feat. The Ger-

gation. goes on. derstanding envelops public thought mans have been boasting of their sub- 0 WHAT edt coutd'he.finer*'
Most of the investigations have it breeds political reptiles, vermin, to the intelligence
marine
I which made its way throughthe of the recipient than a are j
been in the interests of humanity.Most bugs and lice which the pure air of Straits of Gibraltar and thence to fully selected Globe-Wemicks 1
of them have been honest Bookcase?,That it can be added '
sin- truth and the sunshine of understanding the
Aegean, where it took the toll of
When buy varnish for your to,a unit at a time,as the library --
you
cere endeavors to find out what is will choke to death. '
floors you hope that it will improve several battleships, but, although this grows will be keenly. appreciated
. the appearance of those floors and wrong, and discover a remedy for the We have too many self appointed was a remarkable achievement, that I/ It by t on.* a of pUasam literary last Holiday* In many custom homes to
that it will be durable. evil. Sometimes the investigation has interpreters of industry who are incapable of the British boat was even more so, present;a diffident number of Globe*
Unfortunately much that is sold for not been carried on wisely, and its of grasping the fundamental as its commander had to take it WcrnKke the Bookcase new addition MCttoni to tb.to accoronwdau library.GlobeWetnick -.

floor varnish. won't realize that hope end has defeated its purpose. But on I principles of business and who at best through the narrow mine-strewed waters I .Bookcase are made ia --
for you.Lawson's the whole, the investigators have done I can only translate gossip and add that guard the entrance to the 1' carefully ewrddn selected aty and lea.tbe applied finuhci to hem pro( }
Lnstto Elastic Floor Varnishhas their conscientious best, in earnest ef- color to sensational stories. No business duce those barmoniang colors in which
a wonderful.deep.lustrous finish. It is I Baltic. And in a line with this was the natural grain of the wood ahowa to
easily applied because it works easily. It fort to make the world a little bet- can stand upon error and might th. bestad antsge_'' "
is unequalled for durability and will not Commander Nasmith's feat in getting a
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust- rules-right or wrong. No industrycan
the Dardanelles the
ter.After through to Sea of
free in from five to seven hours and gets
hard in twenty-four hours. all, this enthusiasm for investigation thrive upon misunderstanding,for Marmora, where he wreaked havoc
As for economy. Lustro has a covering is properly in line with public opinion is more powerful thana amongst the Turk transports and sup- OSCAR
capacity that is wonderful. the present day belief that prevention king's sword.
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor ply ships. HAND & &Ii'I
,'
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis is better than cure. If, by rem- When prejudice, suspicion and class With these achievements in mind it
factory. edying evils in store and factory and hatred into '
prevail power gravitates would not greatly surprise the worldto SON .
Made by Valentine & Co. office and home the after results of the hands of the weak, for demagogues learn that a fleet of submersibleshad .
these evils can be removed, a big thrive dissension and
upon made their
Manufacturers of j way across the Atlan-
thing will have been done for the Ti I
statesmen sicken upon strife. tic. One of these was reported off tv'
VALSPAR and world. If disease, mental, moral or The remedy lies in eliminating' the the coast of Maine a few days: ago.
VALENAMELAll physical, can be lessened in any way, middleman-the politcal gossip-and ,
there can be no question of the great this result can be accomplished by I
f need of the world for the factors that the managers of business sitting WOULD GIVE BELGIUM FOR-

will about the decrease. PART OF CONGO --- --- -----
to be had at bring around the table of industry and talk- -- --

FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT Investigation is, in truth, nothingbut ing it over with the people. Inter-
STORE a throwing of light into dark cor- change of information between indus- Chica .-Jane Addams said today

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. ners, to discover, and, if necessary, tries and the people is as necessaryto that she had not submitted any peace
plan to President Wilson and did not
clean out, what is hidden there. success in business as interchangein
intend to do so. Also she has receivedno 33 CENT DiscountFor
commodities, for the people can
telegram from the National Labor
NEW GERMAN U BOAT LOST ON only rule when the public under-
Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER TRIAL TRIP I stands. Away with political inter- Peoce Council nor from any other or-
ganization this
on subject.
preters who summon evil spirits from
London.-A Reuter dispatch from J their prison cells and loose them to]I She favors the appointment by an the benefit of our customers -
international body like The Hague
: the welfare of the
peoplei
Copenhagen says that fishermen who prey upon
in the of Tribunal of a commission to draft a I will give 25
have returned from Lubeck are authority -i name "My Country. we a
treaty of peace to be submitted to
for the statement that a new I
'
German submarine, while on a trial ."DIXIE DAY" OBSERVED AT SAN the warring powers, each of whom, per cent cash discount on
Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" I she said, was willing for peace but de-
trip between Kiel and Fehmarn, was FRANCISCO FAIR
totally wrecked some days ago,twelveof I clined to initiate such proposals. all goods sold during the

the crew being drowned. | San Francisco, Aug. 9.This was She said the German minister of I
"Dixie Day" at the Panama exposi- the interior has said Germany would I month of July and August.

HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP WILSON NAMES A JUDGE ,tion and the city is thronged with be willing to withdraw from Belgium
:(.Southerners ready to participate. if given certain concessions in the !

Washington, Aug. 9.-George E. Among those here to take part in Congo for colonial development. I

ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST Downey, comptroller of the treasury, the celebration are former Governor Hammond & Gore.

I today was appointed by President Slaton, of Georgia, and Clarence J. NOTICEThe I
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. I' office of Gordon's Transfer has
Wilson to be associate of Owens, managing director of the
an judge
been
moved from No. 8 East Church FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
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the court of claims. Southern Commercial Congress. I(I street to 201 South Orange '

James W. McCarter, of Bowie, S. I!I just meat around market the building.corner, in Will the avenue'l' Cor. Orange Ares and Cnnrdi SL Orlando, Fla.
I D., was appointed assistant registerof Read the Morning Sentinel for the
to accommodate our friends and cus-
Phone 204 the treasury. news. lOe. a week delivered. tomers the same as usual. 8-6-6ti I

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Commencing MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9th



. MANY WONDERFUL BARGAINSHere




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


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

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

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


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 reductions


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






The Yowell-Duckworth Co.




ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."


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DAILY BENEFITS OF IS THIS A MOTHER I'


South Florida Sentinel BOOSTING.Orlando is admitted to be one of In a certain home on North Ken- The Cathedral School { ARE[ YOU PREPARING[ fOR

; MORNING AND WEEKLY the best towns in Florida, whateverthe tucky avenue there is a bright and
::. GLENN ......................Edlter handsome
'V. C. ESSINGTON ......BuiineM Ma.ater season or the general conditions. baby boy, just beyond the
This is explained largely by the spiritof I age of three years, that has probablyhad Orlando's Select Boarding and Day'j
Entered at the poctoffiee at Orlando Flor- its citizenship. a rough and perilous route School for Girls
f Ida. a. Second Class MU Matter.
Orlando is blessed with a city full mapped out for him by an indifferent 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 A Y VACATION ? "'
SUBSCRIPTION RATES of boosters. It has more of them to female, known by the child as "mother. Primary Intermediate and Academic
Daily 1 Year ....................... 15.00
Daily. I Montte ...................... 2.60 the square yard, probably, than any ." Grades
............_.....
Daily. S Months .... 1.25
other boost Last Friday afternoon Also Musi.
in the Art
town state. They a gaudily Elocution, Physical
? Daily. Month. ...u..t04................ .60 i
j together and they work together.Not dressed woman, sporting a pair of Culture and Domestic Science.
f Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00
many days ago the voters of dago bobs that dangled from the tips For Catalogues address the Rector,
f ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN At the very latest moment there is sure to be something for-
: ADVANCE Orlando decided by an overwhelming of her ears to her shoulder blades, Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M.
i TO ADVERTISERS majority to imyose a publicity tax. bounded onto the front porch of the Orlando Fla. gotten-some garment that you intended to make-or may be .

The publicity tax is right in principle, North Kentucky avenue home lead- ..,. some hat that you intended to re-trim. You can, with exceptional
OPT fer.display..- 1M kandcA and all ia at ether the haadadvcrtUUa badnessffic -.et because it compels everybody to helpin ing the little fellow, carrying with hera 1- - advantage to yourself, omit the perplexities of planning a gar-
I .. .t tk Sentinel not later than Z p. m.UM advertising the town. This can hand satchel containing a scant ment the of
or re-trimming hat full ad-
i day Were pobbcatloo. This rate applies annoyances a by taking
not be accomplished by boards of quantity of battered clothing, wherehe FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
I* chant fer catract adTcrtislns; it islavaritbU of the wonderful
vantage offers we are making this month on
will be strictly adhered t..
I and trade or other organizations, or by was left alone until discovered by
the kind everything that is Read .to-'Vear-both in underwear and outside -
f Snbscriben desiring The Sentinel discontinued raising subscriptions-because fre- hearted lady of the house,
should notify the office in writing on quently the largest property owners, the bestial parent beating a hasty retreat garments.IN .
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
I continued at the regular subscription rates. the men who will be most benefitedby for the depot to board an out-

t, ootil Telephone'notice Namb-r to stop .is...received................... 2. the advertising, refuse to contribute going train for Tampa, since which :MILLINERY, we have never before, at this time of the .ear-\f\ .
anything and when they do give time no tidings of the angelic beautyhas
VANILLA offered such dainty conceptions at such unheard of prices.
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11, 1913; anything, refuse to give anything like been revealed.It ,
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their just share. The tax hits every is learned that the father of the PEACH --
; If you would cast your bread upon citizen in proportion to his interest in little boy is a splendid mechanic, but We enumerate a few of our special reductions-simply as a
i the waters don't throw your dough the community and the advantage he owing to conditions in his trade that CARAMELICE: criterion-everything else reduced in like proportion.

k in the sewers. will derive from the publicity contem- he was compelled to secure employ CREAMS.
ment from Lakeland and has
p plated. away ,
Even the people who always seem Orlando people have been educatedup contributed his earnings regularly to Muslin UnderwearREGULAR

to know just what to do sometimes to the boosting enthusiasm by the the maintenance of his little family,
forget to do it. live and progressive press which the but that the desire of the woman for oOc. FOR ______42c REGULAR $2.00 FOR$1.6S

0 City boasts. We do not recall havingever more of the world's luxuries and the CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, We.) REGULAR 75c FOR ______58c REGULAR $2.50 FOR$1.98

6; Probably the meanest mixture is seen a "knock" about Orlando or husband's abbreviated means was instrumental REGULAR $1.00 FOR _____88c REGULAR $3.00 FOR____$2.48
!t acquired by the man who is a rabbit any of its enterprises in an Orlando in her taking the step
REGULAR $1.25 FOR _____98c REGULAR $3.50 FOR$2.98
r down town and a wolf at home. paper. which will forever set asunder the
REGULAR $1.50 FOR$1.28 REGULAR
-- + The Tribune would like to see the ties of a once happy home. $5.00 FOR$3.98
The only trouble with taking a Orlando spirit predominate in every The parties in whose care the little' CLUB SANDWICH 25c. REGULAR $1.75 FOR ___$1.48 REGULAR $6.50 FOR____$4.98 tI

glance at each day's war developments town in Florida. All of them have boy was left are people of big, gen-
: is that you have to look so some of it, but not to the extent thatit erous feelings and it may be well in
far. prevails in Orlando.-Tampa Tri- the course of time that the abandon- l
We :Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed I EXTRA SPECIAL I
0l bune. ment was a godsend in disguise.-
Lakeland Star. and Delivered for All
,l Birth marriage and death are the o _
three important epochs of life, but AN OUTSIDER'S

) we occasionally have a few side thrills OPINION. ORANGE BLOSSOMS IN AUGUST OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S Wednesday ", Thursday and Friday only, all "GOSSARD" Cor-

thrown in. Mr. Augustus Nathan, of Clifton, sets and Brassieres
r o N. J., who has spent several winters Orange blossoms in August is a

Some people are so very disagreeable here, and who has demonstrated his rare sight, even to the natives, but a At One-half Price
; that it's a wonder they can manage faith in Orlando by investments of visit to the home of :Mr. W. C. Sher-

to keep on such good terms with money in real estate, in a private let- man, 810 South :Main street, will con- ..
themselves. ter to one of our citizens, has this to vince the skeptical> that such is the Silk Dresses .
L D say: case. That gentleman has a tree of .

f A brother editor says it is as hard "I am pleased to know that the the King variety that is now bloom- All This Season's Productions

as cutting wisdom teeth to get a publicity tax was voted at the recent ing. It does not show any signs of
f bony, knock-kneed girl to put on a election. That is as it should be. It disease:as is usually the case, but the SS.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$5.75

t I bathing suit. divides the cost of publicity amongst treti-is very prolific and the bloom is S14.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$8.75

t o all of the property holders, and does of the Florida brand. Mrs. Shermanhas When it comes to delicious light; 516.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . ... . .$9.75
not saddle the the few recently sent some of them to her
So many people are continually expense on $17.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.00
public spirited ones, whilst the tight sister, Mrs. J. B. Blair, in Randolph,
: standing on dignity that one would wads hold back, do nothing, and get Mass. WAFFLESAND 18.50 DRESSES FOR . . . ... < . . . .$10.50
think that dignity would flattened
i i get the financial benefit of the increase in Mr. Sherman, who is Orlando's pio- $22.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$12.50
out after a while.
f 0 their property values as a result of neer jeweler, is very proud of the tree $29.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$18.50

j About the most successful' diplomat the efforts of others. and his numerous friends have ques- $37.50 DRESS, ONE ONLY, FOR . ... . . . .$18.75
"Orlando as a city is all right. The tioned him closely about the facts in SYRUP
[ know of is the fellow who
we can majority of the,people there can always this case, as several years ago a sim-
r compliment two women at the same be depended upon to do the ilar story leaked out about a tree in THIS IS ONE OF OUR Silk Wool and Wash Skirts .
time and not make of them
one jeal-
f ,
his
: right thing. There is more public yard being in bloom, which turned

} ous. spirit there, the people are more intelligent out to be only a vine which had cov- SPECIALS $12.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . ... .$7.50

:. Even if! 0 more congenial, more demo- ered the top of the tree and blos- $10.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . .. .$6.75
all the nations of the world cratic, more kindly and lovable, and somed; but this is no story, it is a
have been admitted to the Panama represent more typically what true fact and our esteemed friend can 15 centsCatering $6.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$4.50

t canal on, even terms but very few American citizenship stands for than show you the goods. It is just a $4.75 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . .$3.35.
.... .
...... ,.,. .
have availed themselves of the privi- you will find anywhere else. freak of nature. $3.00 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$1.98

.+,. lege. "It is a pretty town-the houses, OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF $1.50 WASH SKIRTS FOR .. .98cMen's
0 the grounds and the streets are tidy Get the news In the Sentinel first.

t" We do not take very seriously.the and well kept It is the prettiest inland To Those

argument that education is a detriment town in Florida. No one will WANTED-Roll top desk. Address
Sale"So
t to a man in making his living. ever regret having made his home H., care Sentinel. 8-11-3tc Furnishing
Who Care
; And still we have heard.that very ar- there. The credit for having made it
i gument. so belongs to the public spirited men Sentinel Want Ads Pay. much saved is so much gained"-The reductions prevail-

" 0 I and women who have given their ing on Men's Wear this month should appeal to every man, irre- :

t: Every man has his good traits, but time, money and ability to bring this spective of income. "MANHATTAN SHIRTS, Hart Schaffnerand

r one of the best to be found in any about." NEW SEED Marx Clothing, and the latest styles in Men's Straw Hats, ar- .

man is speaking well of. others and o IRISH POTATOES ,,-\ ticles that positively one cannot do without have been enormously
saying a good word for the home A number of years ago, the Chinese
town. When he does these things he custom of binding women's feet was FOR FALL PLANTINGRED reduced.

will not go far wrong in others. held up' to the Christian world as a
Men's Straw Hats
o reason for sending missionaries to BLISS TRIUMPH

. Unofficial advices from Tallahassee that benighted land. If the Chinese GREEN MOUNTAIN, WHITES Your choice of any straw Hat in the store from $2.50 to $5.00
. are to the effect that the main ques- I had! the true spirit of humanity in SEED SOIL AND SEASON JUST RIGHT. I *"
t tion being discussed there at this timeis their hearts, they would send mission- ....... $1.00
this: If Wood announces for gov- aries to the United States to persuadeour 60 cents per peck. .Quotations on large quantities. .

ernor will he tie a Knott in the Catts' women to give up their absurd Palm Beach Suits
tail and and unhealthy fashion of wearing abnormally .
toss him into the_Hudson?-
Pensacola News. high heeled shoes.OcalaStar. Orlando Seed & Produce Co *" ,.
in value
Up to $10.00 "TO
o Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.
The series of commemorative coins o PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY $5.50
authorized by congress for the Pan- An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a


ama-Pacific exposition have not as safe investment. : Manhattan Shirts

yet reached this part of the globe. ,
They are fifty dollar gold pieces and August the 21st is positively the last day that we can offer these

the issue of the denomination was famous Shirts at the following:
A COMPARISON OF PRICESas
limited to not over 3,000 pieces.
o REGULAR $1.50 FOR ____________ _______$1.25

While a town.is growing it is well they will obtain under our plan to Certificate holders, with ordinary cash prices. REGULAR $2.00 FOR_____________________$1.65 .

to remember that it is not quite so OrdinOur Actual Saving REGULAR $2.50 TO $3.00 FOR____________$1.95 ,

easy to reduce taxes as it is to raise any plan REGULAR $3.50 TO $4.00 FOR ____________$2.85

them. It is always a good, safe planto REGULAR $5.00 FOR ____________________$3.85 .
keep the credit of the city or coun- Goal Oil, single gallon. S .15 S .I I S .04 2523 per cent

ty above par and not force a way into Coal Oil, 5' gallon lots. .13 .1 I .02 1513 per cent These are the prices that prevail in every "Manhattan Store"throughout
the financial' markets.Miami Me-. : the Union.
3 lbs 2 3 lbs 12 100Z 10 per cent
tropolis. I Navy Beans .
o- oz .25 oz .25 Hart Schaffner & Marx

The Cleveland Press speaks a whole Lima Beans. .0S/ .07lb 10 per cent
Summer Clothing Choice of Summer Suit, costing from
any
sermon when it says that when a man D. S. Meat .15 .13 .02 I3/ per cent
owes $100,000 and isn't able to I $20.00 to $25.00 for
he has the sympathy of everybody pay; Inc Canned Goods .10 .0S}) .01 % 1613 per cent

when a man owes $50 and can't pay 5C Canned Goods. .0) .04} .oo 4 15 per cent $15.00

it, he is fired for shiftlessness, ousted 3oe Coffee e .30 .25' .off I6/ per cent
by the landlord and avoided by his
former friends. Grits .031% .O24:: 17}{ per cent

o Lard .. .10 .0S, .oir, 15 per cent Grocery Department .

ANew York coffin manufacturer Pillsbury Flour 1.25 1.10 .15 12 per cent .
t i reports that his business is improving Don't forget our Grocery Department-the largest and best

!, and he gives this explanation: The above list is sufficiently representative to illustrate and confirm our contention that our CoOperative selected stock in Orlando.Dicksonlves.
"When times are good and money is plan will help you save Dollars. You will notice that the savings average 16 2-11 per cent,
plentiful, men over-eat and overdrinkaid which on purchases amounting to $20.00 per month would be $3.23 per month, or $38.76 per year.
It is not a question of affording to buy a Certificate of Privilege with us and profiting thereby but
die. When'times are bad, and I resolves itself into this: CAN YOU AFFORD NOT TO DO SO .
people cut out the wine and rich foods Co.

and get back to corned beef and cabbage I The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.
and the simple things that their

stomachs can stand, then there's less S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
work for the undertaker and the cas- Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place'RtE .
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INTEREST.The .
Wednesday August 11.
convention of the Pi
Mrs. S. R. Hudson, hostess to the general
Twentieth Century Club. Kappa Alpha fraternity, held this

M rs. W. M. Lege will entertain complimentary month in San Francisco, has been

to the Young Matronsat brought to a close. The 1915 meeting -
her home on Hfllcrest at four
o'clock. will be held next summer in Jack-

. Bachelor Girls will be the guests of sonville, our state metropolis winningover "THE MOONSHINERS"A 1 a
Miss Elizabeth Branham. New York and other cities in a Id15 : .

Friday August 13. spirited contest for a meeting place. Mina Comedy.
The Junior Matrons will be enter-
tained Friday afternoon by Mrs.J. -
B. Mapruder, Jr. Yesterday afternoon the membersof o
The .W. C. T. U. will meet Friday. the Methodist Sewing Circle en- 0
THE BEAUTY OF WOMENis
-0- joyed another of those pleasant after- "IN THE BACKGROUND"A

Those hidden MISS SLEMONS noon sewing bees which have been enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres earrings, etc. n
qual- ENTERTAINS A. B. C. the means of their accomplishing' so Lubin Drama. Our stock has been very carefuly selected and it contains not a

"Another Bridge Club" was delightfully much for different worthy causes dur- single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride, sweetheart,
jties which are the entertained yesterday afternoon sister or wife. Come and enjoy d look over it.
ing the past few months. Mrs. Will I I
. at the home of Miss Slemons, on West
Hammond was hostess this week. "JEAN THE FAITHFUL"A
ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. .
real of Church street. ...
source responsiveness -
Besides the regular members a table Miss Frances Topliff and neice, Biograph Drama."A .

and of guests enjoyed' the games. Miss Virginia Dean, left yesterday af- bL Ocl: Id J!
Scores were kept on dainty cards of I ,
ternoon over the Atlantic Coast Line
yellow and brown which were in keep- -- -- --- -
for Kansas City, Kas., and points in
will show with the decorations SAD DOG'S STORY"An
flexibility ing and
general
Missouri, where they will spend the If quality for a low price is an objectour
color scheme of the drawing room. next six: weeks with relatives and ,, wall papers will win your favor.
themselves before Miss Beth Branham carried away friends. Edison Drama. ; a o For the next 30 days we will offer for

the guest prize, a pair of silk hose, I : sale 5000 rolls of Wan Paper
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from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
have been at and Miss Roberta Branch was pre Miss Marie Barksdale, one of Or I A 1 1 I time to buy, and do your papering
you sented with a hand made silk handkerchief lando's most popular young ladies, is Another shipment of those good when you get ready.

case, the work of the clever in the city for a few days, the guestof y We also carry a full line of High-
the wheel five min- hostess, she holding high score for her cousins, the Misses Willa and cigars for the men. ,\ Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .

the club. d invite you to call and inspect
Elise Bazemore.-Tropical Sun, West 'r' I' our stock.Orlando.
'utes.It. Apricot ice with frosted lady fingers Palm Beach.

bon bans, and mints were servedat -0- A GOOD BILL
the close of the 'S
games. Miss Frances McCamy, who has i1 Paint & Wall Paper Co
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All the members were present, including been visiting her aunt, Mrs. B. F. *, t s li u
Mesdames Frank H 205 S. Avenue
Guernsey, Minor, of Ocala, has returned home, Orange
Dave Rogers, Ralph Joe Cheney 5 cents 10 cents
Yearby
after camping a week at WekiwaSprings COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
and Misses McCullough and
with friends.
Branch. The fortunate guests were
in .
gets away Mesdames Hal Beardall, Thos. B rod- -OIM.. . . . .111111.111.11..1.1..1..1.The -.
Miss May Connolly, an attractiveyoung Tomorrow, William Elliot in ,
water, Irvine Dunn, and Misses AlmaDeLaney
lady of Valdosta, Ga., is visiting
stantaneously. Tke Beth Branham, Freddie i Orlando, the guest of :Miss Fannie I "'Vome and Wine." An excep i
Scott, Jean Person, and the honor i New Ice Company !
Tucker, at her home, 311 East Jack
, motor seems to have guest, Miss Anita Elizabeth Guern son street. tional five reel feature. I

sey, who was the center of much at *x I PHONE 675
traction and the recipient of many
more and still more compliments throughout the after ADDITIONAL LOCALS
5 cents 10 cents
noon. The club will meet next week
power when occa with Miss Branch.ENTERTAINMENT. Mrs. C. L. Pipkin and little son, Delivery Daily

-0- Master Charles, of Orlando, are

guests of Mrs. C. A. Crulder,
sion On on Magnolia
requires. LAST EVENING. avenue, for several days.-Tam Wait for? our wagon. We think

direct drive the The Men's class of the Methodist pa Tribune. you will like.our, ice.
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Sunday school gave a very delightful
A couple of motorists, who have

speed can be varied entertainment honor of the at members the church of last the nightin Wo just arrived in Orlando after an eight- ROOf GARDfNTODAY ::1)J-

day trip, say the roads of Florida are
men's class.
I The New Ice
Company1"III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII'III'I''IIII
from low to high During the month of July the two better than those of Alabama, Ten:
nessee and Kentucky.-Ocala Star.
classes held a contest for new mem

/with 1 bers with the understanding that the
exceptional Mr. C. M. Mallett has returned to
side which showed the greatest increase -
his home in Orlando, after
at the end of the month shouldbe spending a
smoothness. Ob couple of days in Jacksonville, having
entertained by the other class. At "STRAWS IN THE WIND" IllIIIlllllllllllttlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1 I II
accompanied Mrs. Mallett this far.
the close of the contest the ladies had
viously these features 21 new members and the men 18. Mrs. Mallett left yesterday for the A Three Part Drama.

When the guests first assembled North, where she will spend the bal

are the direct they seated themselves in the Sunday ance of the summer.-Times-Union. I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
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school room where interesting five
Mrs. J. O. Wright and PATHE NEWS HAPPENINGSOF
daughter,
minute talks
were given by the pastors ;
result of close careful little Miss Helen Wright, are at their
Dr, Ley, Sunday School Supt. C.I THE ENTIRE WORLD .
home
E. Howard, and the leader of the W' on Riverside avenue, after

manufacturing. men's class, Mrs. J. M. Pedrick. The spending two months with Major :All the latest news.

hymns, "Blest Be the Tie that Binds"and Wright in Zellwood. They will leave

"True Hearted, Whole Hearted," tonight for Asheville and Fletcher, N. I
C., where they expect to spend the
were sung with great enthusiasm.At remainder }
: of the summer. Times- The One-Price Theater
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the CURTIS O'NEAL
conclusion of this part of the .
'The Wheelbase i is Union. I .
program the guests adjourned to the
The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
parlors of the church where several l '

110 inches young ladies of the Progressive class C. A. Cochran, superintendent of Insurance Loans Real Estate
Eola Packing i
and of Mrs. Howard's class (specially company at Orlando,
has been on our streets for
severaldays.
invited by the men to assist in the
Box of Ladies' Handkerchiefsgiven
evening's program) served refreshments Mr. Cochran is interested in Rentals .

consisting of delicious cream, I the purchase of citrus fruits, and can away at nine o'clock to

cake and punch. be interviewed any time at the ,
The Crutchfield & Woolfolk Packing com night.
Misses Hallie .Ley, Mary Mc
Cullough and Alice Guttridge, of the pany, of Arcadia, through whom he

Progressive dass presided at the will' handle his quota of the product. : t' 4 '. 4.. ...

punch bowl while the Misses Gather- He announces prospects looking 10 cents 5 cents .

00 ine Park, Ruth Ley, Jane Gardner, dia bright News.for the coming season.-Arca-

Lois Pedrick, Maud Pugh, Louise ESTABLISHED 1886 -

Chapman, and Elmina Gould, of Mrs. ; Thursday, "Who Pays?" Pursuitof
Howard's class, distributed the cream i TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY .

and cake. Pleasure. ;

f. b. OrlandoPMllips The Sunday school orchestra furnished FOR SALE-Horse, wagon and has
o. ness. Price $125 if sold quick. Address MMIMIIIMIIIIIMtMmillllMimilHmiHMMHIt
beautiful music during the 522 S. Lake street. 8-ll-3t
evening.

-- WANTED-To make transformations
KURD-EMPIE. curls and switches from the combings
of your own hear. By Mrs. E.
This morning, in the parlors at the Roberts 33 West Church street.
Tremont hotel, at 8:30 o'clock, Rev. 8-ll-3t Melts in Your Mouth

Edward T. Poulson, pastor of the

Baptist church will unite in the holy FOR SALE-5 acres orange grape-
fi i1' '
J : .5 fruit, three-fourths
bonds of pecans mile
matrimony two of Orlando's
from city, on Pine Castle road. Bargain
popular young people Miss Myrtle for quick sale. S. B. Perkins DAILY BULLETINPEACH
Sylvia Hurd and Mr. Malcolm' Guy Orlando, R. F. D. No. 1. 8-ll-3t

Empie. Immediately after the ceremony
FOR SALE-Or will exchange for
they will leave on an extended
automobile or real estate of equivalent
wedding .
trip.
value, two high class horses, VANILLA
The Sentinel joins a host of friendsin sound, young, fast, handsome. Address
I. W. extending prenuptial congratulations Box 615, Lakeland, Fla. SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL

and best wishes to Mr. and M 8113t'ra. PINEAPPLE

Empie as they start out together onlife's Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape Ice
FOR AT
SALE A BARGAIN-A 20-
journey.. acre bearing orange grove; also avery CHERRY
desirable residence, well' furnished -
CARAMEL
DANCE AT with attractive grounds and
. small bearing grove. Apply to J. W.
ROOF GARDEN. Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla.
Last 811n.Favorite* We deliver from one
evening the younger set gavea quart upHand's

dance at the Roof Garden. Needless

to say there was a large crowd present -

and the dancing was enjoyed to
&
the utmost.

Beautiful music for the occasionwas CreamPhone
Pure Ice
furnished by the McIntosh or TODAY'S PROGRAM

chestra. A number of visitors were Reliance. "The Stain of Dishonor."
Thanhoiser. "Big Bill's Brother."
present in addition to the regular Reliance. "The Light in the Win-
Sons members of the "younger set." Dancing dow. 566 and 666i

continued until a late hour. Mrs. Royal. 'Cupid Dances the Tango.
A
comedy.
L. Mulholland
"V chaperoned the Four good reels of :Mutual movies.
young people during the evening. Five cents to all.



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FOREST RECEIPTS LARGER TENNIS PLAYER GOES TO FIGHT PERHAPS YOU HAVE HEARD I
ANNUAL MOUNTAIN SAllORE[
FOR BRITAIN THIS BEFOREThe AND

"Washington.-The national forests

turned into the United States treas- Melbourne,Australia-R. W.Heath, old lady from the country and FOR SALEWill

ury during the fiscal year ended June an Australasian Davis Cup lawn ten- her small son were driving to town Excursion

30, 1915, nearly $2,500,000, an increase nis player, who beat W. A. Lamed when a huge automobile bore downon $

of more than $40,000 over the the American champion, several years them. The horse was badly !I

previous year. On account of the depressed ago, has just sailed for England to frightened and began to prance,
condition of the lumber industry follow in the steps of the late An- whereupon the old woman leaped rr I offer for sale for a few days

the timber sales which I thony F. Wilding, of New Zealand, down and waved wildly to the chauf- VIA

amounted to $1,164,000, yielded $79- and offer his services to the war of- feur, screaming at the top of her the property corner Orange Avenue,

000 less, but there were larger reve- voice. The chauffeur stopped the car Atlantic Coast Line
nues from other sources. The grazing fice.He proposes to go into training immediately and offered to help get the horse past. Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

receipts which total $1,125,000, on his arrival to qualify as "That's all right," said the boy, who ,

increased $127,000, and the waterpower I a lieutenant in the flying corps, but remained composedly in the carriage."I Standard Railroad of the South the skating rink property, for $26,000.

receipts, which amounted to as the preparation involves a long can manage the horse-you just
not quite $90,000, increased nearly course of instruction he will endeavor I lead mother past.-Fort Myers Round trip rates from $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year

$42,000. to be accepted by the royal artillery. Press. ORLANDOWashington
and interest six
The demoralization of the turpen- Heath, better known as "Red" at per cent.

tine industry on account of the war's Heath, is a Victorian, and one of the MOVIE AIDS FIGHT FOR ARMS D. C. ____22.00
Norfolk, Va. ___________ 20.00
curtailment of the naval stores mar- best tennis players the commanwealthhas Southampton, N. Y.-Col. Robert ,
Richmond, Va__________ 20.00
ket caused the receipts from the sale produced. His enlistment in the Thompson invited some of his friends I

of turpentining privileges on the national British forces will be the third from t0 see a moving picture at the Garden Baltimore, Md---- 21.00 i

forest reserves to drop to about among the Australasian Davis Cup theatre, entitled "Guarding Old Glo- Round Trip Rates from I C. A. HOVEYi.

$9,000, as against nearly $15,000 last players, Capt. Wilding and StanleyN. ry." It was presented by F. V. Niel- i JACKSONVILLEWilmington I

Doust having volunteered early in son, of Chicago, and W. II. Rudolph. I
year. N. C. ______$12.00
the war. The purpose of the picture, which has
I f Winston-Salem N. C. 14.00 ,
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the indorsement of Daniels
TAFT WILL ADDRESS BANKERS Secretary Hot Springs, Va_______ 18.50 i.
NEW STYLE WARSHIP IS DESIGNED and Gen. Wood, is to stir the peopleto I --
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Roanoke, Va ___________ 16.25 -
New York.-The American Bankers FOR U. S. a realization of the need of pre-
I Chattanooga Tenn _____ 13.80
Association will hold its forty- I paredness.Col. I Monteagle, Tenn 15.05 The :hvdarketOF
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first annual convention in Seattle, Washington.-Plans for six big Thompson arrived from Cali- '' Mammoth Cave, Ky; 17.95

Wash., during the week of September I cruiser destroyers, authorized by the fornia yesterday. I Warm Springs, Ga. -__--__-_- 9.00 CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
6. The convention will continue I last congress have been approved. I
four days. The bankers and the Their design has been due to lessons MINES IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN Tickets Sold August 11-Limit OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

friends who go with them will be en- taught by the war in Europe. Stockholm, Aug. 9.-The Swedish I August 29. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

tertained by the city and by the clubsof The vessels will have a maximum consul at Archangel has been warnedby Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Seattle. sustained sea speed of thirty knots, his government that the Arctic Everything screened away from the flies and kept frcah

The first two days will\ be devotedto they will displace 1,125 tons, measure ocean has been sown with mines by For Information Call on and pure. f

business. On the last two days 310 feet over all, have a width of the Germans, with the object of pre- D. W. WHITE D. T. A. We Inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
inches the arrival of munitions for W. R. O'NEAL, C. P.> & T. A
and venting
prominent men will address the con- thirty feet seven a mean I I everything in the Meat Line.
vention. The speakers will include draft of eight feet. Provision has Russia. Orlando

Bishop Keator of the diocese of Olym- been made to decrease rolling and I H. :i r. Self & Co.

pia, Ernest Lister, governor of Wash- pitching, making the boats more com- ',\ "-" -1
ington; Hiram C. Gill, mayor of Seat- fortable for their crews. .h PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

tle1.. F. Backus, president of the Each destroyer will carry four tri- -

Seattle clearing house association; ple torpedo tubes, a main battery of

William A. Law, president of the) four four-inch guns, those in the

American Bankers Association, and waist mounted high enough for rough 1 ARE YOUR CHILDREN{ LEARNING MUSIC?

Henry D. Estabrook, a member of the weather, and two one-pounder and

New York bar. Ex-President WilliamH. aircraft guns. Bids for constructionwill
These vacation-days should be used to interest the v
Taft will make the closing addresson be opened October 6.

September 9. children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish v

MUSIC CHARMS MUTE TO TALK everything in music and musical instruments. Music rex
[ BILBO NOMINATED FOR MISSISSIPPI
GOVERNORSHIPJackson Rome.-Corporal Saturno Squilla-' fines elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous

.. ciotti, of Naples, became dumb in the (p,2& duties of life.

r Miss.-Theodore Bilbo was course of a violent battle ten days
\v. S. BRANCH
nominated governor of the state of i ago. Since then he has been lying in i ,

Mississippi, at Tuesday's Democratic the hospital of Modane. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

primary, by a majority over four others All medical efforts to restore his
of eleven hundred and thirtyone.This speech failed and the doctors despaired h o.4 dLm lliUwM /.1

was the announcement of Sec- of his recovery. Last night SKATING RINKLADIES'

retary of State Powers. ,one of the hospital physicians, having -

Lee M. Russell was nominated lieu- ; been told that Squillaciotti is a A NEW OPPORTUNITYfor

tenant governor over E. B. Carter, !1 great lover of music, sat at the piano ,

with a mojority of ninety-five hun land I played, with the object of enter- the Man or Woman who says, ,

dred. taining the unhappy patient. The corporal 1 "Now, if I only had a Typewriter!" SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
listened with intense interest DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
know how fast the dates old\
grow on your pught-to-be-aniwered letters.
and excitement. When the -NO MEN
great mu- YOU you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it i i. usually a ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
Orlando Motor sic had ended he jumped to his feet of the Spanish*'Manana"-tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which INSTRUCTORS.Open .
exclaiming, "Bravo! Bello!" (BeautifuL makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving. It It not a large
Remington business typewriter. Neither It it a temporary toy. It is durable.It .
Car ) It compact. It is easy-running. It it absolutely complete for home corres 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
ExchangeS. The corporal's dumbness was cured. pondence. And its price It only 550.00. Here at last It the high-class, home

machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.Don't Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
B. Hutton, Mgr. CAVE FILLED WITH ROBBERS'
f pen it-type it
Corner Main and East Pine LOOT
E VERY phaseof modern lifehaslts bnslnesstide. ink Marathon to a type-clicktnghandred-
I .In writinsr.especlaUr.it I ard-dach. And cleanly typed pages score ADMISSION: -
j Evansville, Ind.-A robbers' cave, to be buslness-lika Maybe you are secretary with the"prof." 1O CEN'I.'SORLANDO
WE BUY AND of a club lodge or aocierr. Take the Ministers,authors and newspaper men
SELL USED
such as pictured in magazines of the cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word" fairly files to
up a chair. In a jiffy you can type the theirIIngertipswbentheyMiekonaneasy--
CARS \ yellow back variety, was found by the ticesofineetingsorrecords of minutes or running typewriter the Remington
letters. Its clean clear typewritten work Junior.
Fords A police here, following the arrest of Las the"hundred-dollar"look. And do not overlook the Important business I
SpecialtyOne James Goodge, 19, and Ollie Reotzel, If yon are a committee chairman,typeyonr advantage of making carbon copies .
reports on the Remington Junior. of everything you write. You need never
21. The two men were arrested on They will race through the machine the say. "1 don't remember what I wrote." ROOFING
merry music of the type. With no extra effort tie Remington Junior
the charge of breaking into imple- Students in high school and
an college can will give you neat clear-cat duplicates
Ford Touring Car, rebuilt, change"paper"writing from the peDADdwbenever yon wish. ANt
ment store and under a grilling by the
repainted shock absorbers elec- I
detectives told of a cave on the banksof Something New in Typewriters-the
tric lights, guaranteed to be in Pigeon creek in the western part SHEET METAL CO
first class condition.
of the city where they had been hid- RemingtonUNIORTypewriter
One Ford Touring Car electric their
ing plunder. Many stolen arti-

lights, etc. A Bargain at $250. cles were recovered by the police. Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

One Ford Touring Car, $225. J and Rubber
JOHN D. BUYS AN APHRODITENew Roofings
THIS compact! machine I.not equipped with C 00 down and the earn amount each"month,
York. i theattachmenUneceniarytotheSluGOUKein' adding 15.00 only to the parchaae price.
The coffee colored
See Mr. Hutton stat Ingtoa bwines typewriter*. The Kemington Here I*your opportunity to buy an also.Junior
U limply.fall1-<<1alpPt'd home-letter lutely flrat-rrade personal typewriter Cornices Skylights Heating
Ventilating Metal
ue of Aphrodite, which is supposed to writing and mannncnpting machine.for u.at. a low price. Mnte today fer deecnpUr. Ceilings ,
purposes you will find its everyday tuee un booklet. bon t wait. Investigate now -f%
Corner Pine and Main Street have been chiseled by Praxiteles limited. If you have immediate wnting to do end n.f .
occupies little space on your deck. It!. 00 In canh.check or money order and we will
somewhere around 2,200 B. C., has light.YoucaneaulTmoreitfrompIaretoplaoe.oa send you theaemingtouJonkwatoner.Thea Works: 14 E. Church St. e ORLANDO
\ will find It a good time-earing investment you can ace for jrnawelf how enon TOO learn tx> ;
been bought by John D. Rockefeller for yoanelf and other member of your r.milrtw npidly. If jm wish to return it after 19
I who hare writing to do. You will find is aneioellunt dan*tnakyoamaydoao. He will refund your
A. B. Cook & Co. for $75,000, and will occupy the pedestal I educator for your children. SO 00.lt>**the cat of trannportation.
The hemingtoaJunior.thehometypewrltee ltemembertheRemington Junior u a genuine
in the new Temple of Love on the yon have been waiting for. Our term*are$:*.00 durable hemlnrton tTi*>wnter-carryioc
I sash OZ U joo prefer the Easy Payment plaahe ironclad: Bemlngtou Guarantee. J
30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. Rockefeller place at Pocantico Hills. .
The pedestal in the center of the temple } Remington Typewriter Company

which cost $250,000, has been unused tluazpmal.4l
I to this time for lack of 226 West Bay Street Tops Backs Cushions
up a
Dealers in Real Estate, In- I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ,
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suitable the of
statue to
vestments and Business Oppor- grace place Fill in tit attathett cut fJ". p4. ..dfeaIotr.iittfJd
honor. ,oor ame Curtains Celluloids Bows
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1 tunities. \1l1A&be plOper ____ .
WILL RAISE THE EASTLAND ernd -
cotoP07TyPtS. Dlt'a ret.r&be
Chicago, Aug. 9.-Work of raisingthe t of<< hlch th.t.ll1' JOG PAINTING :
wfeli
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REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS Hemtoft01QJ If'CCtpf.
he ; :,Ita of .
steamer Eastland was started to- -"lOiS t1o.n1vu -
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w>*J ttl a
SS&S53ewl fuckstt
day.Officials :
- TT LOANS said the three thousandtons rfun:It Z, &&; <<%' not sue min011

MORTGAGES of water in the hull probably .ppp.lD c\ Ux4 tall .

BANK STOCKS would be pumped out by tomorrow yjff-vswr t Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
when it is said the Eastland will be

TIMBER set upright for the first time since the .. ., Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE Mgr.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES boat keeled over two weeks ago carrying -

OF ALL KINDS. a thousand persons to death. j I r

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I The Morning Sentinel Want ATTORNEYATLAWNo.. 4 West Pine Sreet Phone 617

ORLANDO: Directory is the Greatest Want Room 14, Yowell-Duckwortb
Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161

Terms Cash in Advance. Building

.Cement Agatile Plaster and Lime RATES

For One Day ______________25t
For Three Days _____ _____50c
For Six Days ________-_______75c DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAR'
r For One Month ____________$2.50 FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLA'X
This rate applies on all ads of
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Phone 172
I each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If I
I Room 5 Watkins Block. I
I you can't bring your ad to Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block
I the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
I opened by telephone will bepayable
the following day.
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; : Every Home-Every- Business J. M. CHENEY Victor Starbuck
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FOR SALE Phone 87 Phone 161
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MULES FOR SALE Rooms' 15 and 16YowellDuckworth No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.

Pair nice mare mules in good condition Bldg.
suitable for farm or heavy haul-
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Ap- .
ply P. G. Walton Agt. Gulf RefiningCo.
., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc

FOR SALE-Buick roadster, fully DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST F. A. PEPPERCORN |
equipped. A bargain. Act quick.
BUILDER and
Ford Garage, Church street. 8-8-3tc CONTRACTORPhone

FOR SALE-A first class, strong top Phone 716 37 i
buggy; most good as new. Cheap.
202 East Robinson 8-8-3tc
avenue. it
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
FOR SALE-Oak library table $5; t
All Ready for the PicnicMANY mahogany Regina music box, stand, Bldg
20 records, 15-inch, $25; two hourglass 1
Formosa chairs, $2.50 each. L. Percival Hutton
A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVERa "Bargain," care Sentinel. 8-8-3t
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly SURVEYINGPlating 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 FOR one QUICK quarter mile SALE-20 from city acre limits tract; and ARCHITECT
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Sub-Dividing J
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. McNeill-Davis Building,Orlando,

New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS I 6-9-tf FOR RENT PROMPT AND WORK ACCURATE Florida.


COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY. HAL A. IRISH Member F. A. A.
FOR
RENT-Furnished and unfur-
4 You never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. > i Jii
Range. And then if you wish to close the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire Knox. 7-9-tf Civil Engineer
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. i
WANTED
47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. 11
BUYERS AND SELLERS ..,.;..... """'" "\: "
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ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT'CO estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over Phone 72
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.To to
GAS DEPARTMENT Paul V. HutchinsAttorney .
reduce our stock as much as possible DR. L H. RAMSDEU
by the 15th, will give a discountof
-A... 25 per cent. off our regular cash and Counsellor at Law OPTOMETRIST. .
price on any goods in stores Ham- ORLANDO, FLORIDA AWE
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENSES
Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi.REPABINQ
you wait, at Young's Repair
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FOR SCREENS,.porch swings lawn I
swings, and all kinds of carpenter II Cut Flowers
work, go to Tracy & Moore 18 East Dovell
M. O.
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SOUTH" 4POPK4 CITRUS NURSfRlfSOCOEE Church street. 7-25-lmoc I I and Plants
A. B. Cook & Co., No. 30, Watkins!
Block, make a specialty of business I & Son "
opportunities and income investments.i Floral
FLORIDA If you have a paying business or I Designs
property yielding regular income
for sale describe same fully and write
the company. Relations confidential. -'-1


S All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- 8-5-6td-ltw TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 106 Grace StreetPhone ,.Violet Dell Florist.I |

On and after August 5th, 1915, I
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest will not be responsible for any debts J. M. CARUTHERS
made by my wife, Mary Nell Crippen. 283-2 Rings
8-7-6t A. H. CRIPPEN, JR. Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
prices :: :: :: ::

RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB

Located in the Arcade Building
All work guaranteed and neat- Gasoline, Kerosene, LubricatingOils It
The rainy season is the best time to set ly done. Our work is the best

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep and our prices are the lowest. and Greases. Our wagonsare CUNT BASSPHONE
This is the place to have your always at your service.
one year's growth in advance of trees set old clothes made new. 375

next fall. Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c. West Jefferson Street
Suit dry'cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Successor to
pressed _____________40c.
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Hand Wood CompanyWood

| Send for List and lowest pressed ____________50c
today Catalog Description
j Mohair suits pressed ______25c. M. O. Dovell of All Kinds
prices to the above address We do ladies' work also. Giveus
PROMPT SERVICE
a trial and be convinced. &
Clothes called for and delivered. & Son REASONABLE PRICE

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At the Expositionand Rev. and Mrs. E. Lee Smith, of

Apopka, were among the visitors to PAY YOUR BILLSBEFORE H
anywhere else in the United States-the safest way to carry Orlando yesterday.
"travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A.' Cheques. They are
accepted like currency at hotels ticket offices,and the best stores and
r shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued ia ; Mrs. II. Edge, of Orlando, was in
$10 $20 $50 and $100. Tampa yesterday, a guest at the De- THE 10th
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I Soto hotel, on a shopping trip.Tampa TO. .
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ABACheques Tribune.Mr. Allen & Company,Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
.N_ (American Bankers Associaion) John Cook returned last night Butt's. Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
from a successful business trip to Ti- City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
usville in the interest Buick
of the
John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.J. .
automobile. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
.. U Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckviorth Company, Dept.
A.RA. Clrequa
A sJ k oeupIeJ..,he I If you spend $10 a week you save avenue and Arcade building. Store.
e &ptMIl.Otl C; I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
$10 a year by asking for savings
checks. 8-1-tf J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
Co-Operative-Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.T. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. Rush and neice, P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.
who have been spending some time in Our Grocery Company.
Orlando, left yesterday morning for
1 daA \ tjs 11 11ti Jacksonville.Mr. They will give you back 2 cents in Savings

Checks for every dollar you spend with themin
B. L. Griffin and son, Mr. E. L.
Griffin, popular and influential citi- cash or if you pay your bill by the 10th of
zens of Ocoee mingled business with I
the month therefore
9I pleasure in Orlando yesterday.Mr. ,


and Mrs. S. H. McDonald and 1 Ask for SAVINGS CHECKS
i 1T1The son, Horace, arrived yesterday from
Chicago, and will spend several daysin
this section, visiting nearby towns.If .

Gp00 FpA Gp00 FpAI
you spend $10 a week you save
$10 a.year by asking for savings Ii v0 I
checks. 8-1-tf FOR DEPOSIT L i0R DEPOSIT 1 r
IN THE IN THE
SAYINGSDEPARTMENTOF i SAVINGSDEDARTMENTOF
Mr. T. W. Hansell, superintendentof THEPEOPLES 9,, THEPEOPLES
the Atlantic Coast Line, with head- NATIONAL NATIONAL
"L" .a=;.. 4 BANK p Oq BANK <* JI 4 ) .
quarters in Jacksonville, was in Or- Oa 1
lando yesterday on business connected

State Bank of Orlando with his road. .

Then don't keep them at home but deposit ,
Mr. T. P. Toland, traveling passenger -
agent of the Seaboard Air Line, them at once so they will earn 4 per cent in-

with among headquarters the popular in transportation Tampa, was terest for you in the Savings Department of the

I men visiting Orlando yesterday.Mr. t


"ELDER" WaterIS II. P. Scott, one of the popular Peoples National Bank
Spring
salesmen in the grocery departmentof

the Yowell-Duckworth company, is
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SKATING RINK, masquerade car- t
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Phone WRIGHT 444

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TRY Better TRY successful horticulturists and truckers -

IT BEST IT of the Pine Castle section, was

I among looking after the business representative matters citizens in Or- Prize at San FranciscoThe I

lando .
yesterday.Mr.
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Robert Ewing, one of Winter
Garden's prominent and energetic citizens only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

I spent several hours in Orlando ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor t
yesterday, leaving on the afternoon
were both awarded to PACKARD.It .
train for Cincinnati, where he will! ,
tribute to the Packard and the qualities I
look after business matters. is a broad superiority -

'WAr'ANNOUNCEMENT of permanent success that are back of the new t

Messrs. Welborn and :Miller Phil-
lips, two of Orlando's well known and
popular young citizens, will leave to-
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day for a visit to their old home in Packard

Atlanta, Ga., and later will go to Detroit -
Mich., and Cleveland, Ohio. illlii\


The following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effec- If you spend $10 a week you save
tive August 2, 1915: $10 a year by asking for savings!
checks. 8-1-tf Juan Garage Company

Ford Runabout ___, _____$390.00 l
Ford Touring Car______ 440.00 Mr. B. Drew left yesterday after- "
noon over the Atlantic Coast Line for -.
Ford Town Car ________ 640.00No Orlando-Daytona -, .
Fort Thomas, Ky., to visit Mrs. Drew
speedometer included in this year's who is spending the sommer there. DISTRIBUTORS 1.

equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped. Later on Mr. Drew will go to Hot
Springs Va., for a short sojourn, returning -
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advance in these prices at any time.

F. G. RUSH Friends of Mrs. R. M. Sparkman, 11111111111111.1...
who has been visiting in Orlando will! i
32 East Church Street Phone 226 : regret to learn that she was taken
Will Be Your Executor?
Who
seriously ill several days ago and is
I in :McEwan hospital in that city. Her
condition shortly after her removal
ANSWER NO. 2
there was reported somewhat improved. A
.-Times-Union. Your estate may be materially impaired as a i t o ;;E: 1

direct result of the appointment of an executor 1-4iI

Mr. Henry L. Dolive, a former pop or trustee. 4 1
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ular Orlando young man, but now When an individual is appointed
holding a responsible position with ?_h "ri
weaker.
is generally
The financial responsibility
the American National bank, in Tampa i;
passed through Orlando yesterday It is usually provided in wills that the person
I afternoon en route to Clyde, N. C., nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
being called there on account'of the from giving bonds. e+i"A

serious illness of his wife, who is When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense -
DIFFERAs spending the summer there.G. of the estate, and then only ,partial security f i'y i

against loss is provided. art
Z. Phillips, assistant general } .. '
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereIs passenger agent for the Seaboard: When a Trust Company is selected

a certain period in the lives of most of us when our was in the city yesterday from Jack- The positive advantage of strong financial re- -

dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with sonville on business. J. A. Pride, industrial sponsibility is secured. I I ..

Diamonds.A agent for the road, was also A bond which has behind it the entire financial 4
here, having accompanied S. G. Lin- strength of the Institution is always filed with i
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of derbeck, new traveling passenger the Probate Court at no cost to the estate.

pilot to engage at this stage in l life's game. agent of this territory. Mr. Linder- Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? beck, who succeeds R. L. James, will this newspaper.
work from Wildwood and Orlando

-. south, taking in all branch lines with
the exception of the Manatee section. : Come in any time and freely ask for further h ; t
Tampa Tribune. : information on this vitally important subject.
You are always welcome, and our officers are always ,
I
T. H. EVANSJEWELER If you spend $10 a week you save glad to advise. ,_.
$10 a year by asking for savings

: checks. 8-1-tf a 1,I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

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: & BrundageOSTEOPATHS Orlando, Florida

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Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00HlftillMMIIIIIMiiliMlilitf
: Personal instruction under Dr. Still ,
at Kirksville, Mo.
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'W"HJ1"4III.J 1.I.M.I.lll nft....).. National Bank. Phone 578. ***.*
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