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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 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, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1915.: NUMBER 136.I' .





: U. S. AND ALLIES DEFIED BY CARRANZA; : I






GERMANS ADVANCE AROUND VERDUN : I






IN BOLD STATEMENT ISSUED YESTERDAY HE DEFIES I UNDER COVER OF A TERRIFIC BOMBARDMENT WITH


THIS COUNTRY AND SAYS THAT HE EXPECTS THAT ANSWR[ Of AMERICA[ TOBRITAIN'S ASPHYXIATING SHELLS THREE REGIMENTS OF

.
ALL MEXICANS WILL, "UNDER ADVERSE CIRCUMSTANCES GERMAN INFANTRY ENABLED TO MAKE A

e. ," KNOW HOW TO CONSIDERABLE GAIN WESTERN

DO THEIR DUTY THEATRE OF WAR

NOTES[ AWAITS


Fourth Division Of The Atlantic Fleet German Infantry Pierces Center Of The


Ordered To Southern WatersThis French Line Of DefenseAfter

ACTION Of TUE[ PRESIDENT[ [


Arm of Atlantic Fleet Will Proceed to Establish Themselvesat Violently Cannonading the French Position East of Vienna

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the Guantanamo Base on the Southern Coast of Le Chateau, on the Binarville Road, the Teutons Makean
WILL BE EXPLAINED BY
Cuba, Where They Will Be in Striking Auto Kills Baby Infantry Attack Along the French Front
LANSING AT CABINET
Distance of the Mexican Coast and Succeed in Penetrating Line

,. Girl In OcalaYesterday MEETING FRIDAY

Washington, Aug. 11.-Carranza himself, overshadowed every- London, Aug. 11.-A terrific bombardment with high explosivesand

thing else in connection with the Mexican problem today. BRITISH REPLY NOT $SATISfACTORY$ asphyxiating shells, followed by an infantry attack, in whichat

He issued statements defying the United States, Argentina, least three regiments took part, enabled the Germans to make


Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, and Guatemala, and announced Ocala, Fla., Aug. 11.-Charlotte Is Not Even an Answer to First further gains around Verdun.

that he that all Mexicans will "under adverse circum- Following the report this afternoon of violent cannonading of
expects ,
Lillian Price, fifteen months' old baby Note of U. S. Demanding
stance," know how to do their duty.In daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Price, the: French positions east of Vienne Le Chateau, on the Binarvilleroad

reply, the United States ordered the remainder of the fourth I was instantly killed last evening whenan Rights for American the French war office tonight describes a heavy attack along

battleship division of the Atlantic fleet to proceed at once to I automobile driven by Landis Shipping the: French front between the Binarville road, near Vienne Le

*"southern waters." Blitch ran over her. Chateau and the Ravine Houyvette, by large forces of German

The child, with its mother, was a Washington, Aug. 11.-The replyof
in the succeeded in the defending
infantry which, center, penetrating -
The Louisiana and the New Hampshire are already under way, guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs.S. : the United States to the three

' the Connecticut is in Hayti, the Kansas and the Minnesota are P. Blitch. Young :Mr. Blitch had notes from Great Britain which seekto lines. I _

undergoing repairs, and will probably go later. The collier gone to the garage to get the car out. justify her violation of the rightsof -

Cyclops also sailed. The child, unknown to Mr. Blitch, followed American and neutral shipping has DR. McKINNON RETURNS FROM London, Aug. 11.-The capture by
JACKSONVILLEDr. the Germans of railroad
him, and as he backed the car been finished.It an important
These ships have on board about 3,000 marines and bluejackets.The junction south of Ostrow, and the
out of the garage down an incline to is to be read by President Wil-
vessels will establish them- McKinnon who has for of
war J. storming of Fort Benjaminow, east
I the street it ran directly behind the son upon his return and will be ex-
selves at the base at Guantanamo, I LEAVE ON FISHING TRIP IN the past few days been at the bedsideof Novogeorgievsk, heavy operations under -
machine and the wheels of the heavy plained by Secretary Lansing at the
Cuba, within easy striking distance of SOUTHERN WATERSMr. his nephew, J. McKinnon, an I the personal command of Von
auto passed over its body. cabinet meeting Friday, and it is
the Mexican coast. attorney Madison, who is ill at the Hindenberg against Riga, and the
Young Blitch was horrorstrickenover strongly intimated that Great Britain
As fast as possible the marines sent C. R. Carter and Gen. T. P. sanitarium of Dr. C. P. Rogers at ,continued retreat of the entire Russian -
the tragedy. He is prostrated. will be told that her answer is"whollyunsatisfactory"
to Hayti to settle that island's trou- Lamkin left Orlando yesterday for Jacksonville returned last evening on line from Lomza on the south to
and unresponsive to I 4
bles, will be brought out and estab- Tampa, where they will embark in train No. 85 over the Atlantic Coast I Novogeorgievsk, is reported by Berlin
of the United
BASEBALL RESULTS even the first note
lished at Guantanamo to wait for fur- l\lr.\ Carter's pleasure yacht for a Line. tonight, and it is semi-officially ad-
submission the
States demanding a to
there orders. cruise in the waters of the Gulf of "It"was thought," said Dr. McKinnon mitted by Petrograd that prepara-
National League rights of international law for American
Secretary Garrison telegraphedGen. lexico. They were bountifully supplied "that an operation would be necessary tions are under way for the evacua-
Chicago 5, Brooklyn 2. and other neutral shipping.
Funston, commander on the bor- with all the necessary paraphernalia t but owing to the puzzling nature tion of Kovno.
St. Louis 2-2, Boston 6-2 second,
der, that every available soldier will incident to a successful fishing ; of the case the physicians in attendance -
nine innings, darkness. t SENT CHUB TO MAINE
be sent him if needed. trip. Messrs. C. F. McQuaig and M. ; decided to postpone operat- I British Submarine Torpedoes Breslau

Gen. Funston now has 14,000 men F. McCarty\ will join them Saturday American League ing until a further study of the symp- London, Aug. 11.-An Athens dis-

on the line with 7,000 more at Texas and they will go down the West Coastas Boston 11.2, St. Louis 3-1. "My name is Chub. I like every- toms could be made." Dr. McKinnonwill patch to the London Daily News says

City, making a total of 21,000 men. far as the famous tarpon fishing New York 2, Cleveland 1. body and everybody likes me. Please be notified if an operation is decided that British submarines haev entered

The next move now appears to be grounds, Sarasota. Philadelphia 2, Chicago 3. give me a drink. Thanks!" Such upon. the Black sea and torpedoed the Turk-

up to President Wilson and the diplomatic Washington 3, Detroit 0. was the inscription on the carrier ish cruiser which was formerly the

of the Latin- Federal League which left Orlando yesterday morningvia and
representatives Breaslau one transport, one gun-
American countries who are in conference New LeaderLondon.Grand Brooklyn 7, Kansas City 6. the Southern Express route for Peace TermsBerne. boat.

with Secretary Lansing at .Newark 8, Chicago 0. Westport, Me., where the little daugh-

New York today. Buffalo 0, St. Louis 8. ters of Mr. Chas. P. Dow, with their RETURNED FROM A VISIT TO

The president has cut short his va- Duke of Mecklen- Baltimore 1, Pittsburgh 3. mother, are spending the summer. Tagwacht prints the NEW YORKMr.

cation and is due back at Washingtonin burg, according to the Athens corre- Chub was their pet dog, and they had text of a manifesto issued by a groupof ---

time to hold a cabinet meeting Fri- spondent of the Star, has been appointed TALENTED ORLANDO LADY RETURNS requested that their father send him I German professors and intellectuals :: J. B. Walker, the well known

day, when the whole question will be commander in chief of the FROM NEW YORK to them so that they might all have a enumerating their ideas of the grower, buyer and shipper of oranges

considered. Turkish forces in the Dardanelles, good time together in the Bay State, only acceptable peace terms. These, I and grapefruit, has returned from a

Fourth Division Ordered South succeeding Field Marshal Lyman von Mrs. Jeannette Robinson-Murphy,, as they had done so many times in according to the manifesto, must insure I trip through several states which car- ;

Washington, Aug. 11.-Secretary Sanders. one of Orlando's popular and talented I Orlando. the free expansion of German ried him as far as New York city in

Daniels announced that the fourth division Field Marshal von Sanders has been musicians and authors, returned to culture, industry and commerce. Bel- the interest of Walker Brothers. Mr.

of'the Atlantic fleet, consisting one of the leading figures in the region Orlando yesterday afternoon from RAINBOWS TO ATLANTIC BEACH gium for military and commercial Walker's first stop was in Fort Val-

of the battleships Louisiana, New of the Turkish' military system New York city where she has been Atlantic Beach, Fla., Aug. 11.-The purposes must be subject to Germany. ley, Ga., where he is interested in the

under German tutelage. With Field making her home for some time. Mrs. France must cede to Germany all territory peach industry. From that state he
Hampshire and Connecticut, has been Rainbow Fire company, of Rome, Ga.,
ordered to southern waters to wait Marshal von der Goltz, also a Ger- Murphy reports a most profitable and an old association of volunteer firefighters north of a line from Belfort to wended his way through the Carolinas -

man, he has been active in directing but her for the mouth of the river Somme and I
orders, and stated that vessels may delightful season, longing will make its annual ten Virginia and Maryland 'to the

not be sent to Vera Cruz, and that the Turkish army during the war and I I Florida and the "folks at home" compelled days outing at Atlantic Beach. pay a large indemnity. Russia must Empire State, where he spent some

conditions in Hayti are such that the for a time was in charge of the Ottoman her to return for a visit. This announcement is made by cede Poland and the greater part of time studying the business outlook

forces at the Dardanelles. It the Baltic provinces and other terri- and the of Gotham.Mr. .
department may have to send ships Manager H. M. Stanford, of the At- enjoying sights
was reported last month that he had tory in lieu of indemnity which she Walker that he into all
there THREE TRAWLERS SUNK says ran
but refused to make any defi- lantic Beach hotel, who has just returned ;
nite statement of his plans. been seriously wounded in a battle on London.-The trawlers Westminster from Rome, where he con- could not pay. kinds of weather, hot and cold, ?

jallipoli peninsula. Later it was said The manifesto is signed by Profes- storms, etc., some days the thermometer t
200 Villistas Cross BoundaryEl Harbor Wiper and Benarda have ferred with the committee of the as-
he would not be retained at the head Meincke and Schaefer 96
sors Seiberg (: 97 and 98 de-
Paso Tex., Aug. 11.-THO hun- been sunk. The crews of all three sociation, consisting of J. D. Hanke, registering r
of the Turkish soldiers. Enver Pasha, of Berlin Oncken of Heidelberg
University; and other times it would fall
dred Mexican soldiers supposedly belonging were saved except two men on the chairman; F. J. Kane and Robert W. grees,
Turkish minister of war, was said to Schumacher of Reichenau -
to the Villa faction, crossed Benardna.$52,00x,000. Graves. ; ; to 60 and even lower. "Taking everything {
have assumed command of the forceson Director Kirdolin, of the Gelsenkir- into consideration, Orlando, 1\
the international line
near Langtry,
the peninsula and it was reportedthat schen mines, and Imperial Ministervon by far the best place to live that I s|
Texas and burned the I
Tuesday bridgeof Field Marshal\ von Sanders had Gold For Schwerin r
$40,000 Tampa mayor of Frankfort- have run across, and I am certainly
the G. H. & S. A. railway doing
been recalled be relieved.
to on-the-Oder. to home."
I I glad get
damage estimated at $3,500 and i
From BritainNew Harbor WorkAn :
shooting several American ranchers '
VILLA SUPPORTS U. S. ALLIES RAID GERMAN TOWNS ARIEDIEX GUARD GRAVE OF 4
in that section according to reports -
MRS. 1
received here today. York, Aug. 11.-A special additional allotment of $40,000for ROCKEFELLER'i
El Paso, Tex., Aug. 11.-Jose Villa Berlin.-An official communication j
Quiet at. Vera Cruz train carrying $52,000,000 of gold and the government work on Hillsboro
has given his 0. K. to the plans of the issued today tells of an allied air raid Cleveland, O, Aug. 11,-Mrs. John '{
Washington, Aug. 11--Dispatches securities, which were shipped by the bay was announced this morning by
A. B. C. conference for pacifying Monday over Zweibruecken and Sankt D. Rockefeller was buried in Lake- ..
to the state department today from Bank of England from London, by MajorV.. B. Ladue, corps of engi-
Mexico and will support the United Ingebert, Bavaria. Eight persons view cemetery here late yesterday af- |
Vera Cruz say that the local situationis way of Halifax, N. S., to this city, neers, United States army, in chargeof I
States and the South American republics were killed and two wounded in the ternoon. The utmost secrecy veiled \
quiet.' arrived here today. The train was the Florida district. This allot
i in action which they taketo latter town. the interment, and last night armed
any of several steel and ment is for the work I
They confirm the report that dem- composed cars carrying on on
bring to :Mexico The communication : guards were stationed at the
peace excepting, says I grave.
onstrations against foreigners were was guarded by forty armed men. the Tampa harbor, for which $120,000was
of course armed intervention.This "Monday forenoon from six to eight I The body arrived here early in the .t
held Monday and that one of the gov- Of the total amount $35,000,000was set aside earlier in the year.
was learned here today enemy aeroplanes attacked Zwei- morning from Sleepy Hollow, near f
I
ernment officials made incendiary in gold. The weight was about when that amount was thought suffi-
through sources which can not be re bruecken and Sankt Ingebert, whichare Tarrytown, N.,Y., where it had beenin
speeches especially directed against seventy-five tons. It was said to be cient in view of there being a balanceon
vealed. outside the military district. the John D. Archbold vault since _
Spaniards, and the account of this the largest shipment of gold ever sent hand from the previous allotment '
From fifteen to bombs Mrs. Rockefeller's death March 12.
The plan was outlined to Villa twenty were .
meeting sent to the navy department across the Atlantic ocean in one ves for this work. The rapidity with
Tuesday by Gen. Scott, though Scott dropped on Zweibruecken, causing
by Commander :McNamee caused the sel. which the work has been pushed f
himself has not stated whether he only unimportant material damage.At MORE SHIPS ARE SUNK. '
sending of a battleship by the. navy The gold was brought over in a ahead, however has caused the need ,
discussed Sankt Ingebert eight were .
department which- evidently believe any prospective peace British battleship, which was convoyed of the additional allotment. persons -
I moves with the Mexican leader. killed and two wounded. London-The British steamer Ros- :
implicitly in the McNamee account, through the war zone and :
I alie, of 2,725 tons net, which'sailed
as shown by its action today. (across the ocean by a cruiser and a INSURANCE MEN GATHERSan
from Shields August 10, for San j
ONE ZEPPELIN
FIRST BALE COTTON AT ADEL, flotilla of torpedo boat destroyers to DESTROYED
Francisco has been beached Her .
BALTIMORE' WANTS CONVENTION GEORGIA guard against an attack of German Francisco.-Nearly ten thou-

submarines. The cost in transferringit sand life insurance men from all Paris.-A Havas dispatch from crew was saved. .i
The Russian bark Baltzer, 343 tons t
Adel, Ga., Aug. .-What is said from London to New York was estimated parts of the country gathered at the Kirkwall says: .:
gross, has been sunk. A boat in :
St. Paul, Minn.-With the election to be the first bale of this season's today to have been $250,000.It opening today of a three days con- "Allied aviators destroyed a Zeppelin 1
which the captain and several men
of officers and selection of the next Sea Island cotton to be sold was was said the British battleship vention of the National Association of in the North sea this morning.
have reached the land safely, are the
meeting place, the sixteenth annual brought here today by J. S. Jones. It brought over not only the shipmentfor Life Underwriters. The Zeppelin was first attacked by a

convention of the National Federationof was sold at 27 1-2 cents a pound. It New York, but also a shipmentof British aviator, who, it is said, dam- only snrvivorLThe i

German-American Catholic Socie- will be shipped to Savannah.Mr. gold destined for Canada whose September Cosmopolitan at Curtis aged the gas bag, and its destructionwas Baltzer, which was .owned in L
Riga, was last reported as Having |
ties will adjourn. Baltimore seeks the Jones brought in the first Sea treasury recently sent gold amount- & O'Neal's book, music and stationery completed by French aviators *'
for Port Eufrick.
I sailed July 15
next convention. Island bale last year on August 11. ing to $135,000,000 to New York. i store. All the latest music. from Dunkirk. .* ,

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES; INCOME RUSSIA COMPLETING ROAD FOR JAPANESE ARE ALARMED BY DO YOU KNOW THAT
INVESTMENTSIf SUPPLIESNew POLITICAL CONDITIONS

you have for sale a paying busi- The Daily :Morning: Sentinel belongsto

ness of any kind, or an investment York.-A story of war time Tokio.-Because of the highly important you, just as much as it belongs to Trees With Capital
yielding a regular income, see A. B. railroad building of almost unparalleled questions demanding the gov the publishers. You want it to be a Surplusand
Cook & Co., 30 Watkins Block, Orlando
reached New York when ernment's immediate attention, the Of You
rapidity : newsy paper. course. can
Fla. Consultation free. Rela-
tions confidential. 8-10-d&w-tf the steamship Cameronia reached Japanese generally are deeply con materially aid in making it so. Every Undivided Profits"Just

New York from Liverpool and Glas- cerned over the political crisis reader should be a reporter, at leastto

Want anything? Ask for it through gow yesterday, bearing a party of brought on by the resignation of the the extent of reporting the news

Sentinel "Wanta." I Russians who have been sent to buy Okuma cabinet as a sequel to the elec- he knows concerning his own family! a

rolling stock and supplies for the new tion scandals. Influential men are and friends. You have perhaps won- ordinary trees may be compared to a company -

road and to purchase large quantitiesof trying to organize a new party under dered how we gathered so much news with only its original capital. It has not

munitions in this country.The the leadership of Baron Goto, former.ly for each issue. Many of our friends been augmented by the profit of foresight or bus-

ARCADE party consists of :Major: Gen. minister of communications and ex- by using the mails and telephone and iness acumen, nor diminished by dissipation, lack

Edward Harmonius of the Russian artillery president of the South Manchurian during personal' interviews with our of thrift or losses.

Ivan his secretary railway.The render invaluable
; Petroffsky, salaried reporters
Evolution means something. There is daily an
MILKDEPOT ; Prince Andrew Gagarin and Staf- opposition, which favors a Seli- assistance. If every reader would '
improvement in the types of men, animals and
ford G. Talbot, an English residentof yukei (conservative) cabinet under give us the items he knows, we would plants.

Petrograd.The ex-Premier Saionji, continues to assail I make the Daily Morning Sentinel
the Okuma cabinet. Its Trees that have been brought from the lower,
road, according to the story newspapers 1 twice as newsy as it now is.
they tell, is being constructed from now charge that the ministers were ordinary type to the higher types may be said

Petrograd to the hitherto little used consulted regarding what is termed TO TRAIN AS SOLDIERS to have accumulated a surplus.Our .

port of Kola, not far from Archangel.It Minister of the Interior Oura's project trees by the refinement of the process of

will be several hundred miles long, to buy votes for an increase in Plattsburg, N. Y., Aug. 10.-The bud selection, and by the perfection of our nur-

BUTTER MILK\ and when completed Kola is expectedto the army. vanguard of the little army of 1,200 sery practice have not only the capital and the

Fresh Every Day. rival Archangel as a port. A harbor Viscount Oura, who shared with I business and professional men from surplus, but undivided profits which you may

5c. per glass has been dredged at Kola capableof foreign Minister Kato leadership in i I,the chief cities of the Eastern and share.

25c. per gallon accommodating ships of forty feet the Rikken Doshikai (constitutional I:Middle: Western sections of the coun- SEND FOR OUR CATALOGthat

draught. unionist) party, has withdrawn en- try who are to undergo a month's military you may know these refining, type better-
CREAM AND MILK An American engineer named Sharp tirely from public life. of instruc- ment
in
i I training a camp profiit-making qualities, and how theyare
BUTTER .has charge of the road's construction. tion here had arrived today. One imparted to the orange and grapefruit and

Fresh Homemade .lie started many thousands of work- HOLLAND GAINS FEW PEOPLE thousand more of the volunteer mili- other trees produced, not merely grown, by

men at each end and at various inter- BY THE WAR tary students were due to arrive some

SANDWICHESPIES mediate points, working both ways, time today from New York, Philadel-

AND CAKES until he had laborers by the tens of Amsterdam.-Holland has gained phia, Baltimore, Boston and other

thousands digging and grading the practically no extra population, on cities. Many prominent men are Lake Garfield NurseriesBartow

right of way, so that the whole road account of the war. The census takenin I among the volunteers. Mayor Mitchelof

was constructed at the same time.It January, 1915, a summary of which New York city was one of the Florida

ARCADE MilK DEPOTAN will be completed in October, has just been published, puts the to- early arrivals.

though only begun in the spring. A talon that date at 6,336,670, as

particular advantage of the new portis against 5,898,429 on January 1, 1910. GERMAN ARTILLERY EAR

its milder climate, which enables itto This gain is substantially equivalent

UNSOLICITED LETTERWant be used a greater portion of the simply to the difference between the
Berlin, Aug. 10.-The war has developed 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111ICountry
year than ArchangeL death and birth rates. Immigrationand
what might be termed an "ar-
i emigration were about equal.
to compliment you for tillery ear," especially among the sol-
The population of Amsterdam is
the excellent work you have done SOME FEW HERE i i diers in this branch of the service, Gentleman CornThe
now 612,000, as against 568,000 in
for me. The following excerpt is taken from which enables them to judge accu-
1910. In 1914 in that
the death
Have been coming to Floridafor the St. Petersburg Independent, and city rately what kind of a shell is being

30 years and have had work in a measure, is so applicable to Orlando rate was 11.59 for each 1,000 of people fired at them, and whether or not it finest corn in the market.
living and the birth rate was 23.87.
done from Jacksonville to Key that we reproduce it. There is is aimed at their battery, or at some 20 cent cans for ____________________________loc
Of Holland's total
population 3-
West, St. Augustine to Pensacola only one redeemable feature in the 145,722 are males and other spot. Many lives have been 15 cent cans for ____________________________lOc
and I can truthfully say I article, and that is the "knockers" in 3,190,948 are saved by this gradually developedoral
females. Of the eleven .
have never had such excellent Orlando are not numerous, and only provinces, alertness.
South Holland, including Rotterdam
work done for me, as you have semi-occasionally will one run acrossa Ginger AleThe
and The Hague, has 1,534,405 popula-
done. The proprietors of the disgruntled citizen. Guests registering at the San Juan
tion. North Holland with
laundries of Jacksonville and "Being' a commissioner in St. Petersburg Amster- hotel yesterday included John W.
dam, has 1,202,631. The smallest kind to drink in hot weather.
Tampa, not to speak of smaller ; is by no means an easy job. Wideman, DeLand; Royal T. Smith,

places, can come to your place The commissioners are pecked and province habitants.The .is Drenthe, with 188,775 in- New York; L. S. Russell, Birmingham 25 cent bottles _____________________________20c ;

and learn how to do work. The fussed at over trivial things until net increase in ; R. E. Ferris, F. P. Townsend, 15 cent bottles _____________________________He ; ;

people of Orlando can justly feel they grow crabbed and cross and are Amsterdam in 1914 population 14,000. This in D. M. Bram, Tampa; A. T. Deckman, 10 cent bottles ______________________________8c ; ;
proud of their Steam Laundry. inclined to treat all criticism and suggestion was M. Smith, F. W. Cook, T. B. Deems,
was almost double the usual growth.
(Name on application.) as "knocking. Constant The total Jacksonville; Lee McDonald, New
municipal and
receipts expenditures -
hammering wears out their patienceand York; A .R. Haile, Palatka; F. J. Savings Checks

they are apt to snap at one who were approximately $18- Gonzalez, Sanford; W. J. Hovey, Chi-
000,000, as against $190,000,000 in
Orlando asks for information.
Legitimate Heiland Lancaster .
Raymond
,
cago;
criticism of city officials is all right; New York, a city of nine times its Pa. Pay your July account before the 10th of August, and

Steam they should be subject to the will of size. The comparison indicates that get the Savings Checks.
LaundryFRENCH the people and open to suggestions or New York is run on a 20 per cent. a

DRY CLEANERS fault finding if they do wrong, but more costly basis than Amsterdam.
There are in Amsterdam 256 public
there is much abuse
; unjustified heapedon
LAUNDERERS the officials of this and every other schools, with 77,000 attendance, and What do you $ Our Grocery CompanyTwo
PHONE 88 city. The commissioners should there are 196 private and denomina- :
>1>
tional schools, with 43,000 pupils. hope form in t
never be above or resent legitimate a
Phones and
3 200
:
Nearly 2,700 houses were built duringthe
criticism of their acts, but this does

Get Behind a not mean that they should be annoyedby year.The The city has eighteen daily varnish ? 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

tack-hammer raps through their papers. twenty-four leading ho-

li4cwand whole terms of office. And a man tels had 109,224 guests, of whom 12-,
624 MMMieillllllllMMIIIi 11111111111111111111111111 .
were Americans.The .
who calls attention to the failure of aA
enjoy a really cool drjr. tweet I the commisisoners to do somethingthey street cars carried 100,951,476 JIIE ..

moke. The Wellington Pipe wont should have done or something passengers at about 2 cents fare each, A
boil wont get f ouLMaJ and made enough money to turn $82- OUiJTRb
they have done wrong should not be 1-311
AmericaCome In classed as a "knocker" or disgruntled 000 into their reserve fund. A

n tod citizen. CAREY HANDFUNERAL

vonte pick yaah riape.25c.35cr50c.-. "Much:: loose talk is heard on the I TEACHERS FEAR SUBMARINESLondon

: .... streets of St.
Petersburg every day Aug. 10.-A number of DIRECTOR '
V and men speak of graft in city and London school teachers, who were

county affaiffrs with a glib tongue granted leave of absence by the edu- AND EMBALMER 4
when they have no facts to back up cation committee
a year ago in orderto
their charges. One man who has take up exchange teaching in Can- When you buy varnish for your .

I Say All: made frequent charges of graft was ada, have written that they "do not floors you hope that it will improvethe

given a sharp call-down by a city em- wish to travel by sea at the present appearance of those floors and All calls answered Promptly Day ;
ploye the other day and notified that that it will be durable.
time, and, therefore, wish their leave
he would have to what he said Unfortunately much that is sold for Hand Block.
prove
You want to see this new of absence extended "until the sub- floor varnish won't realize that hope or Night. .
if he heard his
was repeating charges
marine menace is less dangerous." for you.Lawson's.
package.Spider is introducing to again. The man who makes charges
The education committee has decidedto Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish Orlando Florida. ;
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the market-its the swellest should be able to prove what he says extend their leave until January 1. has a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is ,
easily applied because it works easily. It ,
and stand
ready to back it in court.
is unequalled for durability and will not '
thing out in the of little scratch white. It dries absolutely dust- PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
way TO CHANGE UNIFORM free in from five to seven hours and gets t
OWNERSHIP BETTER hard in twenty-four hours. tA

Cigars. Berlin, Aug. 10.-The present German As for economy. Lustro has a covering
capacity that is wonderful.
See him at theGood lie had a lot of money but no discoverable "field gray" uniforms having Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor 1
been found to wear badly, the troopsare Varnish at our risk returnable if unsaur
ancestors, and so it came
that he affected contempt for prideof being gradually supplied with a factory.Made A

birth. And there was another man new uniform of which the coat is gray by Valentine & Co. The Orlando Meat Marketa
and Bad and the trousers The
blue-gray. coat
whose family tree was tall and um- Manufacturers of
is tested to resist .
water
brageous, but who possessed no other a pressureof T. A. YANCY, Manager
VALSPAR
and
three inches of
water for
Cigar StoreOrange assets worth mentioning. A discus- twenty-
four hours, while the cloth VALENAMELAll
of the
sion between these two men was of Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
trousers will resist a of five a
pressure
A profound interest. Each avoided hurt- I
yenueBargain inches of water for the same time. Florida and Western Meats
ing the other's feelings, but it was

easy to detect an undercurrent of an- to be had atFIXLEY'S ,
tagonism. They concluded: "Say To reduce our stock as much as pos- PIONEER Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. .
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof PAINT
what you will," asserted one, "it is a 25 per cent. off our regular cash
STORE Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
fine thing to come of good stock." price on any goods in store. Ham- .
mond & Gore. Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.
6-5-tf
"It's a finer thing, replied the other I / Business ((35 P. 0. BOX 226

with finality, "to own it.-To- --------- -- ---- PHONES \ Residence| ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. '
ronto Globe.


Might we not all resolve that everyday W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES

we will do at least one act of I Proprietors and Owners .. lillllllllllllllHUMIIMtiltlBREAKERS ..

\' kindness Let us write a letter in &

I such terms that the post will bring Daytona Beach HotelON HOTEL

pleasure next day to some house; DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

Ne'" house, 8 rooms and bath. make a call just to let a friend know OCEAN BEACH
that he has been in our heart; senda Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy.

Location perfect, 4 blocks from gift on some one's birthday, mar- Hot and Cold running water in every room

riage day, or any day we can invent. Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
center of city, east side.
Let us make children glad with things Single and en Suite Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to

For quick sale $3000. Cash or which they long for and can not ob- $10 week, American Plan.
tain. And a thousand other things Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold per
New Bath House Free to Guests
terms. which we could do within a year, if Shower Baths, Free to guests

we had eyes to see and a heart to SIRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop.
Rates 2.00 Rates bthe Week
feel and had the will to take some per Day. Special
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DRAWING WATER URGES RUSSIAN PE.CEXD JUST WHEN DO DOG DAYS RUSSIAN ENVOY DENIES QUARREL DAD'S EXPERIENCE. I I
BUIlDING NEW RESIDENCE
HOLDING BELGIUM REALLY BEGIN WITH BRITAIN [

"Johnnie," said his father, "I'm
When the sun is to the east or west sur-I

of us on a cloudy or hazy day, beamsare Amsterdam.-The Nieuwe Rotter- Dog days, the bane of boyhood joys, London.-County Alexandre C. Ber- I I dispute prised to with hear that mother.you have" 1 1I : Live Firm of Larson & Townsend -
ickendorff, the Russian ambassador to your +
often seen radiating from it to- damsche Courant reproduces a private are here, according to velltfm-bound I I
"But she was replied Starts Work on Pretty
volumes of ancient lore, and accord Great Britain, issued in London todaya I wrong, pa
ward the horizon; then many peoplesay letter from a well known Ger- ,ing to the rural citizen who watchesthe statement reviewing Russia's posi- Johnnie. Residence-Other Notes

thfesun) is "drawing water." They man professor, Paul Rohrbach, who annual appearance of the "dog tion after a year of war, laying stresson I "That has nothing to do with it," of ProgressA

actua believe that the lines of light writes: "After due deliberation I !star" and listens to the shrill whistleof the identity of aims of Russia and said the father; "you might just as

' and shallow appearing to converge in have decided to point out to public the first crop of katydids.Just Great Britain and asserting that I well profit by my experience and learn neat two story residence is "being

the sun are great shafts of water and opinion that a durable peace between i I peace was impossible "except on our (once for all that when a woman says
constructed the firm of Larson
when dog days begin each by
vapor'that the sun is drawing up into Germany and Russia could hardly be yearis own conditions." I a thing is so, it is so, whether it is I,I
contend I & Townsend East Central
a moot question. Some ''so on avenue.
later the an injury to Germany's interests and Commenting on the that or not. I
the air to be precipitated on reports
I'that their influence is felt as early as II for C. :\Mallett.. The house will be
earth rain or snow. These shafts, human civilization. I would be em- J Russia was dissatisfied with the efforts -
as I July 28, while still others believe they I two stories in height, will contain
as a matter of fact, are generally indicative phatically in favor of peace with Russia the entente allies were makingin BECOMES CHIMNEY SWEEP i
and will be
really begin on July 30. No matter I seven rooms thoroughly
of coming rainy weather, but as this would enable us to strikea the west, he said:
when they begin, dog days are unwelcome !,modern and American in every respect -
they can not be counted on as infal- decisive blow in the west. j I "It has been said that the Russian Vienna, Aug. .-Many women '! There will be a roomy and
lible signs. "I don't consider the incorporationof I public hoped for a strong offensive in since the outbreak of the war have
Have you ever lived on the farm i[comfortable porch, also a sleeping
Belgium as a strengthening of the the west while the Germans taken and unusual
is
The idea that the sun "drawing I" were up queer occupa-
and experienced the life of the bare- porch, and in fact all of those conveniences -
water," however, is entirely erroneous -German nation. On the contrary, the making their onset in the east. This tions, mainly muscular work, but no
foot boy in the fields If you have and luxuries which go to
for the lines seen are the resultof forcible incorporation of a hostile na- !' may be so, but not a trace of ill feel one has chosen a more unexpected make date home.
ever banged toe against a hid- an up to
the passage of light through open- tion seems to me a weakening of our I I your "ing has been manifested, and the sober "line"] than Fraulein Schaer, of Me-
den stone, scratched hand in The
ings in clouds already formed. The national strength. Yet we shall have or your view which considers only military ran, who, since her father was called pretty cottage which this firm
an effort to get the choicest peaches has been building for :Miss Alice
lines that appear dark are shadowsof to retain Belgium. I am firmly con- possibilities has always prevailed. out as a reservist has been conducting I'
:off the tree, have been deprived of !Whitman East Jackson
or on street
,was
clouds, while the light lines or rays vinced that it will appear at the peace I Nowhere has the colossal effort of his business as a chimney sweeper. '
I
the infinite of plunging into'
pleasure
j completed yesterday
morning.
from the sun are made visible by the negotiations that Great Britain does Ill' Great Britain and France in the Dar- I'I
the old swimming hole during the I I
light that enters through the small not wish a bona fide agreement with danelles been more appreciated thanin iJ L. C. Townsend went to Plymouth

apertures. Although as an effect of Germany and against Great Britain, month of August, you know the ter ; Russia." ONE MAN STUMP PULLER DEMONSTRATED [yesterday where he will be engagedfor
which is determined rors and inconveniences of dog days. I some weeks in superintending the
perspective the shadows and bars of firmly on a sec-
It is well known to the boyin of the McDonald residence.
country repairing
light appear to converge in the sun, ond Anglo-German war, we shall haveto ROUIAXI.LKES :NEW CONDITIONS -
hold the for Georgia that if he goes barefoot ] Work on the Beacham residence on
Belgian coast
the militaryreasons.
they are really parallel. Usually i I Something new in the line of a one
and stubs his toe during dog days a North is
I Orange avenue progressing
condition of the atmosphere which man stump puller has just been received -I

makes it possible for the beams and sore will develop that will be well I Bucharest. In well informed cir- by Messrs. W. E. Bailey and I favorably.
nigh incurable until dog days are Several other which
this live
shadows to be seen is indicative of SKATING RINK TO BE OPENED cles it is declared' that the entry into Kelley Russell, of this city. The ma- jobs
If he cuts his hand, scratcheshis |firm have under
the active condensation of moisture, OVER MAYES GROCERY CO. over. the war of Roumania on the side of chine is put out by the A. J. Kirkston way are being pushed

so that when the sun "draws OF LAKELANDWork leg on a briar or sustains any the entente powers is dependent on a company, Michigan, and is said to I and they are finding no trouble in
water"l other slight injury and then in '1 their force of workmen
rain may be expected with I goes [:renewal of the Russian offensive in be the first of its kind sold in the 'keeping big
his life for entire
gree of certainty, although like all will be begun some time next swimming, an Bukowina and the arrival of muni- state. In making a demonstration of busy.
month is of misery
local signs it is far from infallible. week adjusting and arranging the sec- one expected tions already ordered by this country the new puller at Fairvilla yesterday
whether he does suffer not.
Sometimes when the sun is below ond floor of the building occupied by really or from the allies. afternoon a stump more than two feet | Umbrellas recovered and repaired

the horizon a phenomenon, almost the the Mayes Grocery company, on West In other words, dog days consist ofa | The action of the government in regard in diameter was.pulled in fifteen min- j"while you wait," at Young's Repair

same, is observed-a group of beams Main street. Mr. Gore, of Orlando, a period from four to six weeks in to intervention will not, it is asserted utes. I Shop. 21 E.:: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc

spreading fan-like upward from the partner in the Gore-Marlatt Under- duration, during which a youngsterhas be delayed by any considera- -

sun, in the western sky in the even- taking company, of this city, will be to be mighty careful what he tions as to the present situation in

ing and in the eastern sky in the proprietor of the new skating rink. does. And be sure, to beware of dogs Galicia and Poland.

morning.-The Pathfinder. lIe has conducted a number of rinksin during the cursed period. Furthermore I PERCENT

other cities and is thoroughly familiar -i don't let a snake bite you, for Guests registering at the San Juan 25 DiscountFor
this is the their
time when
FLORIDA VISITORS AT THE FAIR with the business. The upper ; supposedly hotel yesterday included Mr. and Mrs.

HOLD EXERCISESWith portion or second floor of the building I venom is most deadly. ''c. L. Anderson, Ocala; C. D. Keller,

has not a single post for support in it The conjunction of the rising of the Savannah; II. B. Redding, Boca

a party of Floridians, who arrived That is to say, it is a practically self- dog star with the rising of the sun ,Grande; II. G. Leverbach, Buffalo; E. the benefit of
I our customers -
here by special train to view supporting roof and makes an ideal was regarded by the ancients as one ,W. Wilson, Ramsey, 111.; Mrs. J. A. !

the exposition, Florida is celebratingthis situation for those who delight in rolling I of the causes of the sultry heat of Hanson, Leesburg; C. A. Scheon, To- I will give 25
a
we
afternoon.The on the rollers. August and of the maladies which ledo; J. J. Levi, Detroit; J. C. Fudger, I

ceremonies are taking place in The young people will certainly (prevail at this time. Hence the name, ''Atlanta; E. H. Tyler, S. W. Clayton, ; cent cash discount on

the host section of the California take to this form of popular amuse- dog days.-Athens (Ga.) Banner. I JC. W. Huggins, Ted E. Lyman, Tampa I per

building, with W. D. Cate, who is ment and we see no reason why the I ; H. Hasson, W. J. Driscoll, A. S. all goods sold during the

conducting the party of Florida tour- proposed business should not becomeat CAN, OR "CANNED" Buch, Jacksonville; M. B. McNeeley, :

ists, presiding. Later the Floridiansand once a great success.-Lakeland Little Rock; W. II. Wilson, St. Cloud. I month of July and August.

their visitors will in Star. "
participate a "lIe can who thinks he can. "He's

reception and dance in the ballroomof canned who thinks he can't. This Read the Morning Sentinel for the

the California building.-San Fran- PARIS TO TRY CHICAGO BEEF quotation from the Insurance and Investment news. lOc. a week delivered.

cisco Call, July 30. News hits the advertisingnail
Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
Paris.-Seventy tons of refrigerated on the head. The man who thinks NOTICE

Miss Essie Ponder, of Orlando, who beef from Chicago, shipped on he can, finds the way and sells the The office of Gordon's Transfer has

has been the guest of her brother and trial for the use of the population, I goods. If he has no market he makes been moved from No. 8 East Church DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. \ .

sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester will be placed on sale in the markets one. He advertises in the daily pa- street to 201 South Orange avenue,

' Ponder, for the past ten days, has here Wednesday.Four i,pers and lets people know he can. He just meat around market the building.corner, in Will the be Yancey gladto Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.

to for visit to rela- five tons of this does sit still and
gone Georgia a or meat will not worry about accommodate our friends and cus-

tives.-Ocala Banner. be sold daily, all of it duly labeled. dull times. tomers the same as usual. 8-6-6ti

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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,


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


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


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


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


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


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


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






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,, South Florida THE DAILY SentinelMORNING JUST SUPPOSE.Just suppose. the ladies of each REMEMBERTHE One GIVER.of the important. events in the The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's r ARE[ YOU PRPARINGfORA [

AND WEEKLY country school district in Florida history of Orlando was the donation

W... C.I:. ESSINGTON GLENN ...............BuiinrM...._....Manager..Editor would band themselves into a civic made by Jacob Summerlin to the city,
improvement society with the general of Lake Eola and a strip of land en- Select Boarding and Day
Entered at the pcntofficc at Orlando Florida purpose of beautifying the school circling the lake sixty feet in width, School for Girls '
Second Class Mail Matter.
a*
house grounds and the roadsides in for a public park. No spontaneous 16th Year opens October 6th 1915 A Y VACATION ?
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Primary Intermediate and Academic
their several districts. Just recognition of the act on
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 suppose generous
.. .... they would enlist the school teacher the part of the citizens has ever been Grades
Daily C Month .............. .. %.50 i
Daily. > Months ...................... L2S and of their several districts made. Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
t Daily. 1 Month ...,,,.................. 60 pupils
and give at least one day of each Mr. Summerlin was one of the Culture and Domestic Science.
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN month to planting out and caring for founders as well as one of the earliest t For Catalogues address the Rector, At the very latest moment there is sure to be something for-
ADVANCETO trees about the old school house and residents of the town. In the early Rev. Roderick P. Cobb A. 3!, that
gotten-some garment you intended to maker may be
grounds, putting out ornamental days he was possibly the most con- Orlando, Fla.
ADVERTISERS} hat that intended to re-trim. You with
some ;you can, exceptional
shrubbery about the house, and shade spicuous man in this section. He wasa .
adrUsiag.M Copy far display be handea and all la at other the band basineu set trees along the roadsides; and sup- large cattle owner who built up an advantage to yourself, omit the perplexities of planning a gar-

office. of the Sentinel... not later than 2 p. n.lb. pose they would follow up this work immense trade in cattle between the ment or the annoyances of re-trimming a hat by taking full ad-
day before .tk.tiTWa rml applies
to changca for contract advertising; it U for the next ten years; don't you sup- Florida peninsula and Cuba. He wasa FIELD'SCHOCOLATE vantage of the wonderful offers we are making this month on
BTariablo and win be strictly adhered to.Saboeribers pose that the effect upon the minds native of Florida a man of limited
everything that is Ready-to-Wear in underwear and outside -
desiring The Sentinel discontinued and morals of the pupils would justifythe education but wide experience, and a
should notify the office in writing on effort? And don't you suppose broad philanthropist. lIe built the :: garments.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates that the result would add materiallyto Summerlin House, which still bears

'Telephone ontU'notice Namb-r to stop .is...received................... 24 the cash value of every home in the his name, and in the later years of IN MILLINERY, we have never before, at this time of the year-
district? Don't you suppose that the his life, erected for his family what VANILLA offered such dainty conceptions at such unheard of prices. '
THURSDAY AUGUST 12, 1913. shade trees about the school house was at the time the most imposing -
would make it more comfortable a* residence in the town on the south PEACH
Doubt the offspring of study, creates well as more attractive to the young side of Lake Eola-now owned by We enumerate a few of our special reductions-simply as a

i distrust. folks and is it not just possible that Mrs. Brigham. While this was his CARAMEL crIterion-everything else reduced in like proportion.

o the knowledge of horticulture and its home he was also interested in Bar- ICE CREAMS.
f Patronize your home merchants and associate branches thus gained in tow, where some of his descendantsstill
Muslin UnderwearREGULAR
you get full value.A arty life would be found both useful live and was the founder and

i o and profitable in later years. builder of Summerlin Institute one of
50c. FOR ______42c REGULAR
hobby is a man's best asset rightup i This is an age and Florida is a state the leading educational institutions of $2.00 FOR$1.68
to the time it gets him into an of tree culture. Tree culture is a the state. CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c REGULAR 75c FOR ______58c REGULAR $2.50 FOR____$1.98

: asylum. growing industry in the world, and From present indications it would REGULAR $1.00 FOR _____88c REGULAR $3.00 FOR____$2.48

o sill be more and more prominent as seem that his gift to Orlando has REGULAR $1.25 FOR _____98c REGULAR $3.50 FOR____$2.93
Some very good experts at English the years go on. The home in the never been duly appreciated. There
REGULAR $1.50 FOR$1.28 REGULAR $5.00 FOR____$3.98
.
have said "politics are;" but the new- rural district that has a good num- are even those who persist in callingit
CLUB SANDWICH; 25c. REGULAR FOR ___ REGULAR FOR__ t.
$1.75 $1.48 $6.50 __
$4.98
est reformers want to make it "poli'tics ber of well kept shade trees, if offered Eola instead of Summerlin park.

: were." for sale, finds a readier purchaser at This is not as it should be. It is not .

o a higher cash price than its neighborof just. It is due to his memory that it

: This country might enjoy regen- the same size, equally good build- be forever Summerlin park, and that We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed EXTRA SPECIAL I
erating Mexico if it could be permitted ings, equally well cultivated acres, at least a pedestal surmounted by a
; to take charge of about ten miles but bare of trees. Trees add a cash bust of the old pioneer be erected in and Delivered for All

: of it at a time. value in any neighborhood. They do.. a conspicuous situation in the park. _

t G 0 more. They add to the moral and intellectual i. His donation has resulted in the addi- OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S Wednesday, Thursday and Friday only, all "GOSSARD" Cor-
The Board of Trade is an institu- standards of a community. tion of many thousands of dollars to
sets Brassieres
tion that has caused Orlandoites to Horticulture and floriculture shouldbe I. Orlando real'! estate. What would Or- and

get together in a spirit of unity for taught in all public schools. Familiarity lando be without Summerlin park? At One-half Price
this city's progress and betterment. with these branches shouldbe Before the city woke up to the improvement -

r[ o considered in determining the se- of the park half a dozen

There are some people who will ection of teachers. Any branch of schemes for parks in other locationswere Silk Dresses
f drive in from the country and leave education that will add to the beauty attempted or considered, but no .

their horses hitched on the sunny side and the attractions of the home is as one of them met with popular favor, All This Season's ProductionsSS.75
r of some sweltering street while they important as the "three R's" in the and the fitness of the gift of the old

t hasten off to a soda fountain for ref education of the young people. pioneer finally became apparent to DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . . .$5.75

4. lief. Make a home attractive and the effect all. And today we are all proud of S14.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$S,75
f
0 is to elevate the tone of its in- it. When it comes to delicious light 16.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$9.75
A Boston scientist declares that the mates. Make a school district, a Would it not be a fitting tribute to
American people too much $17.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . ,. . .$10.00
use light county or a state attractive and you our benefactor, after all these years,
and are becoming shortsighted. But invite desirable accessions to the pop- to observe a Summerlin day, in whichall WAFFLES $18.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$10.50

[ if we didn't what would the electric ulation and these add to the cash shall join in dedicating the parkto S22.50 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$12.50

light and gas companies do about dividends value of the real estate and the mor- the memory of the donor and on AND S29.75 DRESSES FOR . . . . . . . .$18.50

t ? il and intellectual standards of the that day pass the contribution box, $37.50 DRESS, ONE ONLY, FOR . . . . . .$18.75
0t people. There is no better place to i and raise a sufficient fund to meet the SYRUP
Candidates for United States sen- begin the work than in the common. expense of a modest monument sur-

ator and governor are shelling South schools of the country. There is no mounted by a bust of Jacob Summerlin THIS IS ONE OF OUR Silk Wool and Wash Skirts '
Florida. Our turn will come next, but better time to begin than now. Good ? Such a testimonial would be a ,

in the meantime we have a little con- school houses with pretty shade trees creditable token of our appreciation. SPECIALS $12.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$7.50
gressional scrap over here that gives and well kept grounds and o
promise of good $10.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$6.75
keeping things lively.- roads, lined with shade trees would ALLIES' SUBMARINE SUNK
Pensacola Journal. give Florida a distinction among her Constantinople. submarine of 15 centsCatering $6.50 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$4.50

o sister states and attract the best 1.75 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$3.35
peo- the allies was sunk near Bulair by a
Southern California, where the jitney ole of the world. Just suppose we Turkish aeroplane which threw a $3.00 SKIRTS FOR . . . . . . . . .$1.98

bus first sprouted, seems likelyto try it. bomb upon the craft. All the crew OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF $1.50 WASH SKIRTS FOR . .98cMen's
be the scene of its first withering 0ADDITIONAL lost.
if it ever does get into the sere and were
LOCAL To Those
yellow stage. B. D. Home, one ofPassadena's
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
i. pioneer bus drivers has Furnishing Sale"So
Mrs. W. :M. Slemons, of Orlando,
surrendered his license. He the Who Care
f says who has been enjoying a visit with WANTED-Roll top desk. AddressH. .
jitney will soon be only a much saved is so much gained"-The reductions prevail
r- memory. her son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. and ., care Sentinel. 8-11-3tc
J o :Mrs. Richard P. :Marks, has gone to I ing on :Men's Wear this month should appeal to every man, irre- .

The war is just a year old. Many Morristown, Tenn., to spend the remainder spective of.income. "MANHATTAN SHIRTS, Hart Schaffner
( declare that it will be
a long war and
indications of the summer with her I and Marx Clothing, and the latest styles in Men's Straw Hats, ar-
certainly point that way. mother Mrs. NEW SEED IRISH POTATOESFOR
S. J.
Taylor. :Mrs.
The Baltimore American advances the ticles that positively one cannot do without have been enormously
:Marks'
sister, :Miss Ella Taylor Siemens -
t. prediction that if it keeps up the rec- will remain in Jacksonville until FALL PLANTINGRED reduced.
ord set by this, its first year, at its her mother's return.TimesUnion.Guests .
end civilization will have to begin allover Men's Straw HatsYour
BLISS TRIUMPH
i again, at least on the other side
of the world. registering at the San Juan GREEN MOUNTAIN, WHITES choice of any straw Hat in the store from $2.50 to $5.00
0 hotel yesterday included W. B. Shaw, SEED SOIL AND SEASON JUST RIGHT. ..
Baltimore; H. T. Niven, Pittsburgh; $1.00
"If you place eggs and lemons side
I by side in a refrigerator it will be T. P. Toland Leslie Alonzo, E. K 60 cents per peck. Quotations on large quantities.
Nelson, W. H. Caldwell, E. W. Krise,
but a few hours before the eggs will Palm Beach Suits
taste of the lemons," warns the Tampa Chas. J. Hoffman, Tampa; Carey D. Orlando Seed & Produce Co. .
.Landis DeLand Chas.
W.
Smith
; Leo
Times. Yes, and if you place a I Up to $10.00 in value
negro and a watermelon side by side Tyler, T. O. Rouse, D. H. Fain, G. M. Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.

ll'. in the moonlight it will be but a few Robinson, D. P. Moredock, M. G. Por- PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY $5.50
minutes before the negro will taste of ter, Jacksonville; J. Walter Bozeman,

1 the watermelon.-Daytona Journal. Atlanta; J. R. Williams, Citrus. Manhattan Shirts

t 0

r Here is a great truth from the pen August the 21st is positively the last day that we can offer these

of the editor of the Montgomery Mon- .famous Shirts at the following:
TO THE USERS OF FEEDAt
itor: "The tempests may howl and
t the loud thunders roll in Georgia's po- REGULAR $1.50 FOR ____________ _______$1.25

litical whirlwind but when the smoke present there will be no great saving in feeds when bought under our Co-Operative plan, it be- REGULAR $2.00 FOR_____________________$1.65

j is all cleared up the man who will be ing hard just now to keep ahead of the market, but when the new crop gets on the market and the REGULAR $2.50 TO $3.00 FOR____________$1.95 .

depended on to keep the old ship prices get down to a reasonable basis, we can contract feed for future shipments, and then you will REGULAR $3.50 TO $4.00 FOR ____________$2.85

afloat is the solid old' farmer whose save money.In REGULAR $5.00 FOR ____________________$3.85 t
real empire is his bountiful home and
self-sustaining farm. the meantime we will make this comparison based on cost of stock now on hand. These are the prices that prevail in every "Manhattan Store"

o throughout the Union.
Ordinarily Our Plan Actual Saving
The government for
report Auguston
crop conditions in Florida and the OATS $2.15 up $2.00 .15 or 7 per cent Hart Schaffner & Marx

United States shows that Florida WHEAT $2.65 $2.40 .25 or 9 /2 per cent
corn, oats, sweet potatoes, field beans Summer Clothing-Choice of any Summer Suit:, costing from
and hay crops are far above the aver- SCRATCH $2.30 $2.20 .10 or 4 y per cent $20.00 to $25.00 for e

age for last year. The state is fortu- BRAN, B. & $1.65 $1.60 .05 or 3 per cent
iSMe in the splendid record it is mak- $15.00
COM. SALT . . . . . $2.00 $1.60 .40 or 20 .per cent
ing on staple crops and this is the
only way in which Florida may R. SO.S5 $0.75 .10 or 11 per cent

achieve economic independence.The OYSTER SHELLS--------------- $0.80 .20 or 20 per cent
o Grocery DepartmentDon't
MEAT SCRAP $4.00 $3.60 .40 or 10 per cent
road to military success is lit .
by flashes of lightning on scenes that C. S. HULLS $ .60 $0.55 .05 or 8 /3 per cent forget our Grocery Department-the largest and best

shift as rapidly as the waves of the selected stock in Orlando.

sea; and no time is given the leaderof On corn, shorts. C. S. meal pulp hay, and some others we couldn't save you anything at present but

men for thought and study. The will be able to later on. Can you afford not to buy at these savings?
prompt action that sends fools in

r where angels fear to tread sometimes
r leads on to victory. But there is no The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. DiCsoIFIves CO.Orlando.s

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.1 t place in such a field for .
"The kings of thought who wage coh- S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
tention with their time's decay
Favorite Shopping PlaceWi
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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK I Those who enjoyed the afternoon

with Miss Branham were Misses June
Friday, August 13.
The Junior Matrons will be enter- Wright, Alma DeLaney, Jean Person, LI
tained Friday afternoon by Mrs.J. Roberta Branch, Sara Siemens, and
B. Mapruder, Jr. Mary McCullough, and Mrs. Hewitt,
The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday.
Mrs. Thos. Brodwater, Mrs. Joe Cheney .5ITg \
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GRANDTODAY
and )Irs. C. G. Westcott.
ROMANCE AND REALITY

Some girls at first look for a prince, TWENTIETH CENTURY--0- g
But, as the years get thinner CLUB.
Are apt to interest evince
In plumber or in tinner.In The Twentieth Century Club met Qy
yesterday afternoon with Mrs. S. R.
youth the distant view they scan Hudson. As there was no business of 0
For gallant knights and pages. THE BEAUTY OF WOMENis
But later they look for special importance to be disposed of
Those hidden qual- Who merely gets fair a wages.man the club proceeded with its reading. enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres, earrings, etc. n
Our stock has been carefuly selected and it contains
-Kansas City Journal. Six: more cantos of Dante's Divine very not a
Comedy were enjoyed, the readers for WORLD FILM CORPORATION single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride sweetheart,
ities which are the WELL KNOWN COUPLE the afternoon being )Irs. S. A. Robinson sister or wife. Come and enjoy a look over it. I

QUIETLY WED. and Miss Starbuck. Thoseof Presents
Hope
ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. d
real source of re- The marriage of Miss Myrtle Sylvia the members who were not en ,

. Hurd and Mr. Malcolm Guy Empie, gaged in reading spent the time chat- WILLIAM ELLIOTin b.

sponsiveness and both popular and well known resi- ting and doing fancy needlework. At =[OEH d1
dents of this city, took place Wednes- the conclusion of the reading some

day morning at 8:30 o'clock in the time was spent in a discussion of cur-
flexibility will show
parlors at the Tremont hotel, Rev. rent topics of interest."Snow" If quality for a low price is an object
WOMAN
AND
Edward T. Poulson, pastor of the tea and cake was served WINE ,. e ,d, our wall papers will win your favor.
themselves beforeyou First Baptist church, officiating.The by the hostess. -;'" ,; c o For the next 30 days we will offer for
By Arthur Shirley. n ;, p' sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
bride was attired in a of The club members '
gown present were { from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
have been at white crepe. meteor trimmed in real Mesdames James Magruder, W. S. -J H time to buy, and do your papering
lace and Georgette crepe. She car- Branch, S. A. Robinson, W. S. Cole- I The fact that this picture is produced '. I when you get ready.
ried an arm bouquet of white Killar- man, S. S. Griffin, A. G. Kollock, J. F. .' I; We also carry a full line of High-
the wheel five min by Wm. A.
Brady guarantees s Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
ney rosebuds. At the conclusion of Terry, and the Misses Hope Starbuckand '.r '
the ceremony the happy couple were Eunice Ives. its merit. d e our We stock.Orlando invite. you to call and inspect

utes. congratulated, following which thebridal Miss Ives will entertain the club

party drove to the Atlantic next Wednesday. f..
Coast Line depot and boarded the -0A b Paint & Wall Paper Co
train for Sanford, where they took: HAPPY r i
10 cents 20 cents L
the Clyde Line boat for a trip down OCCASION. \ 205 S. Orange Avenue

the St. Johns river to Jacksonville. I :Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Johnson, Mrs.J. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

They will spend some time in Atlantic Simms, and Mrs. J. E. Turner and

It in Beach and in the mountains of North children motored to Tavares, Tuesday,
gets away Carolina before to Clio Mich. Tomorow: Maud Allen in "The HIM . . . .. .. . .. . . . .. .
going ,, and spent a most delightful( day at
stantaneously. The the former home of Mrs. Empie. the hospitable home of Mr.\ and Mrs.G. ,Rugmaker's Daughter." i iI
The bride's traveling dress was a G. M. Bakelin. After a dinner the
I The New Ice
three-piece blue Cassedeaux silk I party were treated to some excellent Company

motor seems to have crepe, made with modish corded skirt music, and later in the day enjoyed a i
and a short jacket. A white lace dip in the placid and refreshing waters I PHONE 675

more and still more blouse and matching accessories com of Lake Harris. Mrs. Bakelin
pleted the toilette. The dress was has as her house guests Misses Elsie

when most becoming. and Annie Freeman, two very attract- Delivery Daily
power occa
The wedding gifts were many and ive young ladies from Meridian, Miss.
very beautiful, bearing a veritabletestimony Mrs. Bakelin, Mrs. Freeman and Mrs.
sion requires. On of love and esteem in which Turner were schoolmates, and the occasion Wait for our wagon. We think

they are held by all. was truly a happy reunion of
direct drive the The groom is the son of Mr. J. L. old friends. you will like our ice.

Empie, one of the highly respectedpioneer -0A -

speed be varied citizens of Orlando, is a splendid : MBASSADORPAGE'S
can
manly fellow, holds the responsi SON TO WED. ROOf GARDEN(

from low to high ble position of manager of the West London.-It is announced here that ; The New Ice Company i :
ern Union Telegraph company in Frank C. Page, son of Walter limey s
Tampa, and numbers his friends b Page, the American ambassador to
[:.with exceptional 1 his acquaintances.The the Court of St. James, is to wed lIissKatherine TODAY IIMMMIiMiilMIMntllflMMMMIiMIIMiteiiitMM.

bride is a young woman of attractive Sefton, daughter of Dr.and

smoothness. Obviously personality, and she enjoys a Mrs. Frederick Sefton, of Auburn,
popular standing in a wide circle of N. Y. Mr. Page's sister, Miss Katherine MllllitiilllilllHIIIMIilillllMliMIMIMilMilinJI
friends. For eight years she has been Page, recently married a n "WHO PAYS?" .
these features
of the Western Union American Mr.
manager Telegraph Charles Loring.
The Pursuits of Pleasure. Complete
office in this city. -0--

are the direct Many friends join the Sentinel in REBEKAHS in three parts. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ; ;
extending felicitations to the happy TAKE NOTICE.

result of close care couple. Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 will 1

-0- meet in regular session Thursday,,
ful MRS. LEGE ENTERTAINED August 12, at 7:30 p. m. All members ONCE EVERY TEN MINUTESOne

manufacturing. YOUNG MATRONS.One urged to be on time, as there i iI is
part comedy.
of the most enjoyable social I some degree work to be done, also I !
affairs of the week was the entertainment other business.
of the Young Matrons Club at Mrs. F. L. Anderson, noble grand.

The Wheelbase i is the home afternoon.of Mrs. W. M. Lege yesterday SOCIETY NOTES- The One-Price Theater CURTIS & O'NEAL i :

The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
Bridge was enjoyed during the afternoon OF INTEREST.
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110 inches there being two guest tables, Mrs. Gertrude S. Edwards, who is Insurance Loans Real Estate
and two tables for members. A num making a series of visits in South

ber of the guests did not play, coming Florida, leaving for Orlando two Dress Pattern given away at 9 Rentals
after the game had been completed.Mrs. weeks ago, expects to go to Washington
Joe Bumby was the fortunate D. C., in the fall to take coursesin ] o'clock tonight.

winner of the club prize, which was Bible study and stenography pre
\. an artistic and useful workbag. Mrs. paratory to becoming a missionary to

Irvine Dunn made high score for the foreign fields for the Seventh Day 10 cents 5 cents
guests and also received a dainty Adventist church, of which she is a
work bag.Misses member.-ocala Star.

' 00f. Nan and Laura Beggs assisted _.
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$850. the hostess in serving a de The Orlando Rebekah Lodge are Coming Monday, "The House J. ESTABLISHED 1886 -

lightful cream course consisting of the recipients of a most cordial invi
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Neapolitan cream, wafers and homemade tation from the DeLand Rebekah Divided.
cake. Lodge to attend a banquqet at the

o. b. OrlandoPhillips The decorations used by the hostess Blue Lake Club house, and to visit I MMUittiiiiiMiittiiiiiiMieiiiimatiMMiimiiiIt
were artistically arranged pink and them in their lodge meeting on next

white roses, which were so intermingled Friday night. A big delegation from
with asparagus fern as to givea Orlando are planning to accept the in-
very attractive effect. vitaion, going by automobile and

Those present were Mesdames Hal train.

Beardall, Joe Bumby, Irvin Dunn, Melts in Your Mouth

J. II. Reese, Dwight Watson, W. P. ADDITIONAL LOCALS

Watson, B. G. Abernethy, Josiah Ferris -
Phil Slemons, J. N. Bradshaw, T. Mr. J. E. O'Neal, broker, packer

O. Brown, Donald Cheney, John D I. and shipper of fruits, who has been DAILY BULLETIN f :
Cheney, and Lela Beggs, and the spending the past three months in .
Misses Maggie Hart, Laura and Nan Georgia, looking after the marketingof

Beggs, and Mary Holt. cantaloupes and peaches, has re- PEACH
turned to Orlando.H. .
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I. MISS BRANHAM ENTERTAINSTHE VANILLA CHOCOLATE SPECIAL!:
W. SPECIAL
BACHELOR GIRLS. B. Coney continues to drive the
Miss Elizabeth Branham entertained Elder Spring Water wagon to Orlando PINEAPPLE
Lemon Ice Ice
the Bachelor Girls at her homeon and Sanford, and stated the other day PISTACHIO Grape

Lucerne Circle yesterday after that he was working hard to keep up CHERRY

noon. Miss Freddie Scott, of Auburn, with his orders. Visitors to the city CARAMEL .
Alabama, who is visiting Miss Bran- say they never drank any finer or i
ham, was the guest of honor for the purer water than the Elder Spring
afternoon. water.-Sanford Journal. We deliver from one quart up"and's

Three tables of bridge
were enjoyedby ] --
the guests, and as a result of the

& afternoon's game the guest prize was FavoriteTODAY'S
awarded to Miss Mary McCullough,
proving to be a box of correspondencecards.
Pure Ice CreamPhone
Miss Jean Person received the PROGRAM
club prize, which was also a box of Majestic. "The Highbinders." A
drama in two parts.
cards.
Princess. "His Winning Way,"
Sons During the afternoon the hostess featuring Boyd Marshall. 566 and 666
served a dainty course of refreshments Keystone. "Ambrose's Nasty Tem
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consisting of peach ice per. Comedy.
I cream,
Four good reels of mutual movies.
angel food cake, bon bons, and nuts. Five cents to all. -..
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PINE CASTLE NOTES I Messrs. Cornelius and John Roberson, NOTES FROM WINDERMERE
MOUNTAIN SEAS110REExcursion
AND and Messrs. Louis and Josh Ivey, of
Pine Castle, Fla., Aup. .-Mrs.
Orlando. Windermere, Fla., Aug. 10.-Mr. S.
Janie Tyner, with her little daughter,
I Friends from Orlando attendingwere S. Griffin, of Orlando, was in our I FOR
Gladys, and her son, Master Ernest, I SALEWill
Capt. B. M. Robinson lion. S. midst last Wednesday.Mrs. I
from extended
returned Thursday an
S. Griffin, Mr. W. T. Chapman, Mr. : :McGuire of Ocoee and son, of
visit with her sister, Mrs. Daisy Gill
and Mrs. John Roberson. Orlando, were callers at Rossmore I I
of Fort Meade.
Every family in Pine Castle was Inn last Sunday. I
Mrs. N. L. Bryan has as her guests
her sister Miss Lurline Pillans, and represented.The Miss Elizabeth Palmer spent Friday -I offer for sale for a fet days

VIA stream of time rolls on, in Kissimmee on business, return-
her brother, Mr. Walter Pilans, of But still the vacant chair ing home via Orlando where she was the property corner Orange Avenue
Lakeland, and her cousin, Mr. Donald Recalls the love, the voice, the smile ,
the of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Grif-
guest
Atlantic Coast line Evans are, of enjoying Orlando.themselves These young on land people Of the one who once sat there. fin.Mr. Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

The flowers that we 'lay upon the H. N. James, of Orlando, came
and water while on their visit in Pine the
Standard Railroad of the South grave out Sunday to take back his family skating rink property, for $26,000.
Castle. May\ wither and decay,
Mr. C. H. Hoffner left Saturday fot But the love her children bore for her J i who have been spending a month in $2,000 down and balance $1,000 :

Round trip rates from a northern trip. He will make visitsat Will never fade away. the Brigham cottage.Mr. a year
Wm. G. Geier has finished his
ORLANDO Jacksonville, Atlanta, Cincinnati, and interest at six cent.C.A.HOVEY
The remains of Mrs. M. B. Parker boat house and garage and the frame per .
Washington D. C. ______$22.00 Chicago, Grand Rapids, Mich., St.
whose death occurred July 31st, at work of his residence is now going

Norfolk, Va. ___________ 20.00 Louis, Havana, 111., and Cape Girar- Bicknell, Ind., were laid to rest in the

Richmond, Va__________ 20.00 deau, Mo. cemetery at Ocoee, Thursday morning up.Dr.. J. A. Thompson and Mr. W. M.

Baltimore Md__________ 24.00 Mr. Paul B. Parker of West Point., August 5th. The services heldin Mosely spent Tuesday in Orlando on
N. Y. who was called to the death.bedside
Round Trip Rates from the Christian church at Ocoee and business connected with the enlarge-
of his mother at Bicknell.
JACKSONVILLE conducted by the pastor, Rev. D. E. ment of Rossmore Inn that is now in
Ind., and who accompanied her remains -

Wilmington N. C. ______$12.00 to her home here on Wednesday Melindey were beautiful in their sim- progress.
plicity. The large concourse of Miss Nora James, of Orlando, spent
Winston-Salem, N. C. ___ 14.00 left Thursday evening for New
friends and the banks of flowers Sunday in Windermere as the guestof
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Hot Springs, Va________ 18.50 York, after his sad duties were performed attested the high great esteem in which Mrs. H. C. Luff. -- --- ----- _- _____ n ____ __u __ __ __ ___ __ __
Roanoke, Va ___________ 16.25 having to return immediatelyto I
I I Mrs. Parker was held by all' who The Messrs. Bumby of Orlando,
Chattanooga, Tenn _____ 13.80 his collegiate studies at the military -I
knew her. have begun the erection of a at-
Monteagle, Tenn _______ 15.05 academy. very The market:
The pall bearers were Messrs. J. tractive cottage upon the lots recently
Mammoth Cave, Ky_____ 17.95 Miss Alice Buck, of Vincennes Ind.,
and W. Graves, S. J. T. W. L. purchased.
Warm Springs, Ga. _____ 9.00 is with her cousins, Mrs. E. D.1 Seegar I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Moore, J. R. Pounds, and W. P. Blake- Drs. Brundage and Buckmaster,
;
Perkins and Mrs. J. A. Wilkes, having I
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Tickets Sold August 11 Limit ley. Mrs. Sam Salisbury presided at with their families and friends to the
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accompanied her cousin, :Mr. Paul
the organ and a large choir mingled 'number of fifteen, motored out to FRESH AND SALT MEATS
August 29. Parker his sad mission.
on
their voices in the blessed songs that Rossmore Inn Sunday, spending the Kept under the best sanitary conditions
Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, of Winter
Park, were here Wednesday and are fraught with consolation to those afternoon in bathing and afterwards Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

For Information Call on bereaved.Mrs. enjoying a picnic supper from the and
attendance the funeral pure.
Thursday in at I
D. W. WHITE D. T. A. roof of the boat house.
Walter and Mrs. Otis Sims invite
We and
inspection sath feetton.
guarantee We
and burial of their aunt, Mrs. M. B. haveevel''thlDK
W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. Parker. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin arranged the Mr. Francis Seidner, of Wauseon, in the Meat Line.

Orlando floral offerings on the grave which i Ohio, is visiting his sister, Mrs. R. E.
Mr. J. W. Bryan, of Winter Park,
was a guest over Sunday of his brother appeared as a great bed of flowers Kline. H. i12. Self & Co.
when the last blossom was put in its Friends of Mr. S. E. )Miller a for
Dr. N. L. Bryan.Mr. .
place. mer winter resident of Windermere, PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
and Mrs. F. W. Anderson and
Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER Mary Barrows was born May 7th, will regret to hear of his death,which
children, Edith and :Marie, returned
1851, at Edwardsport. She was occurred at Wauseon, Ohio, last week.
Sunday from a few weeks visit at
the third child of her parents, Heman Announcement

Cincinnati Mrs. Marzella, Ohio. Johns continues ill and Eliza Barrows, in their family of Sunny South Camp No. 7615, Royal ARE[ YOUR CHILDREN[ LEARNING MUSIC?

at her home on South Main street. nine children. She married William Neighbors of America, will meet in

Miss Bertha Slough has been con- R. Parker and they made their homeat regular session Wednesday night at These vacation days should be used to interest the.
Frelandsville, Ind., from where
Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" fined to her home for a few days but 7:30. All members are urgently requested -
is now improving.Mr. they came to Florida in the year 1885, to be present as several mat- children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish

J. B. Smith is expected home settling at Butler, and later locatingat ters of important business are to be everything in music and musical instruments. Music refines ;

from Chicago in a few days where he Ocoee where they lived for a num- transacted. More complete plans will elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous
ber of and where W. R. Parker
has been on real estate business. years be formulated at this time for the
HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP died about fifteen Mrs. duties of life.
Mrs. W. W. Patrick passed away years ago. joint picnic which the Royal Neighbors -

I at her home here, Friday evening, of Parker brought up her family of five and Modern Woodmen of Amer- \v. S. BRANCH
children and was preceded in death by ,
ica will give this month in celebra-
ON WEST PINE STREET JUST j j heart failure. The deceased had been
i ill for some little time, but rallying one daughter, and is survived by two tion of the Modern Woodmen's second THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

daughters, Mrs. E. D. M. Perkins and
anniversary. The degree work will
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. every now and then, it was firmly be-
Mrs.\ J. A. Wilkes, both of Pine Cas-
lieved that she would entirely recover also be given to several candidates.By .
tle, and her two sons, Mr. J. E. Par-
order of the recorder, SKATING
her usual good health, and thus her RINKLADIES'
]I ker, of Winter Park, and Mr. Paul B. Mrs. Katherine Dennis.
death came as a shock to her family
Parker, of West Point, N. Y.; by sev-
friends.I .
i:and
Phone 204 en grandchildren, and by four sisters
I The funeral services were held at WINTER PARK NEWS
and three brothers. Mrs. Parker,
|her late residence Sunday morning at SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
with her brothers and sisters, lived to ,
110 o'clock, and were conducted by Winter Park, Fla.. Aug. .-In the
see both parents laid to rest and Mrs. DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
Rev. B. H. Guy, of Whittier, formerly heading to the Winter Park items last
Parker is the second of the family of -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
Baptist pastor here, and interment ,week in speaking of the organizationof *

Orlando Motor made in Oak Ridge cemetery. nine children to pass away. The family's a camp of the Woodmen of the INSTRUCTORS.
surviving members
Sarah M. Ivey, daughter of Mr.and are widely World, a mistake was made as the
scattered, residing in many different Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Car Mrs. Robert Ivey, was born September camp organized was one of the Mod-
ExchangeS. states. One sister, Mrs. Chas. Wiley
14, 1844, in Hamilton county, ern Woodmen of America. At the
wife of Rev. Chas. Wiley, Presbyterian Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
B. Hutton, Mgr.\ Florida. She came with her parentsto election of officers last week the following -
minister, of San Antonio Texas
,
live in Orlando, more than fifty were chosen to constitute the
Corner Main and East Pine in her letter of condolence to her bereaved -
years ago, when there was just one officers of Winter Park Camp No.

store and the postoffice there. nieces and nephews, enclosedthe 16424 Modern Woodmen of Americafor ADMISSION: 10 GENTS

WE BUY AND SELL USED In Orlando she met and married following poem: the balance of the year:

CARS William Wright Patrick. Mr. and Our Home Maker Consul, W. H. Schultz; past consul,
Where the mountains to the
Mrs. W. W. Patrick later settled at westward. slope E. F. Bellows; advisor, A. W. Mason;

Fords A Specialty Pine Castle and here reared a familyof And their purple chalices hold banker, H. E. Cole; clerk, C. E. En-

nine children. W. W. Patrick de- The new-made wine of the sunset-; I low; escort, J. C. Sigler; watchman, ORLANDO
I ROOFING
j parted this life September 11, 1913, Crimson and amber and gold- John Harris; sentry, H. R. Young;
In this, one wide-opened doorway,
One Ford Touring Car, rebuilt, and has been survived by his wife, With the elm boughs overheadThe i physicians, C. E. Coffin, J. A. Tro- AND:

repainted, shock absorbers, elec- Sarah M. Patrick, just two years. house all garnished behind her, i villion; trustees, 1 year, L. A. Daet-

tric lights guaranteed to be in Mrs. Patrick's death removes from And the plentiful table spread- I wiler, 2 years, F. J. Hunter, 3 years, SHEET METAL CO

first class condition. our midst one of our oldest residents, She has stood to welcome our coming, 'E. R. Favor.

to whom we often went for referenceas "Watching our upward climbIn I The camp meets in the Lyric, regu-
One Ford Touring Car, electric the sweet June weather that :
lights, etc. A Bargain at $250. to occurrences and occasions in the brought us, larly, the first Tuesday night in each Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos

history of Pine Castle, her mind be- Oh. many and many a time! month. ,

One Ford Touring Car, $225. ing an encyclopedia of memories of Again is her doorway opened, and Rubber RoofingsCornices

early Florida life and its settlements.The And the house is garnished and i. llrs.Iay Denning visited at Ox-

See Mr. HuttonCorner Ivey and Patrick families are sweet. ford and attended the barbecue last
Skylights, .Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
And she silently waits for our coming,
of the oldest settlers of this state,and week and the first of this week.
And we enter with silent feet.A .
Pine and Main Street
especially of Orlando and Orange Miss Peschman and her niece, Miss
little within she is waiting; Works: 14 E. Church St. i ORLANDO
county, and saw Florida develop from Elizabeth, are in Jacksonville for a :
Not where she has met us before; .
'the Red Man's natural domain to the For over the pleasant threshold week's outing. They went by the St. !

A. B. Cook & Co. beautiful state of the present day. I She is only to cross once more. Johns river trip and will return that I

Mrs. W. W. Patrick is survived by The smile on her face is quiet,
30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. her seven daughters, Mesdames C. F. And a rose is on her breast, i I way.Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Lenfest are home

Johns, Howard Preston, Paul Macy, Her hands are folded together I I from their vacation in Nebraska.
And the word on her lips is "Rest"And
L. McCraney, Gus Knudson, James I The C. E. Society held a business
yet it looks like a welcome, Tops Backs Cushions
Dealers in Real Estate, In- I Neal and Fred Mann, all of this place, For her work is compassed and I,I meeting followed by a social, last ,

vestments and Business Oppor- and her two sons, Mr. George Patrick, done; week.

tunities. of Kissimmee, and Mr. John Patrick, All things are seemly and ready, I I Mr. Freeman Hunter is erecting an- Curtains, Celluloids, Bows
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And her summer is just begun.It
of Orlando; by her three sisters,Mrs. other cottage this being the third
is who not I I I
we cross over,
may
new one in the last few weeks, for
Martha Roberson, and Mrs. Mary with and .
Only song prayer,
PAINTING
REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS Patrick, both of Orlando, and Mrs. A little way into the glory rent. With all the extra houses re-\\

Susan Dorsey, of Bartow, and her two We may reach, as we leave her cently built and the large addition

brothers Mr. John Ivey, of Orlando, the-e. the Inn it looks as if Winter Park can
But we not think of her idle
cm ;
LOANS and Mr. Robert A. Ivey, of Kathleen.She She must be a home-maker still; 1 take care of a very large increase this

MORTGAGES also leaves 26 grandchildren and God gives that work to the angels I i!year.

BANK STOCKS four great grandchildren.A Who fittest the task fulfill. I I i The census enumerator was taking Orlando Top & Trimming Co.

TIMBER I great number of people attendedthe And somewhere yet in the hilltops 1 I "senses" in these parts the first of the
services them Of the country that hath no pain. week. Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE Mgr.
among Mrs. Pat-
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES She will watch in her beautiful aoor-
!rick's neices, Mrs.\ Julia Barlow and | \\av
OF ALL KINDS. Mrs.\ Ida Rouse and her nephews J j To hid 'welcome again. Sentinel Want Ads Par.

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ATTORNEYATLAWPhone

A I The Morning Sentinel Want I ATTORNEYATLAWNo.. 4 West Pine Sreet 617
: Directory is the Greatest Want
ORLANDO Room 14
Yowell-Duckwortl
I Ad Medium in Orlando. I II Phone 161

I Terms Cash in Adnnce.I : Building

Cement, Agatile Plaster and Lime I I -RATES

I For One Day ______________25t
:I For Three Days ___________50c: DAVIS
I For Six Days _______________75c & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For One Month --__________$i50 FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW
I This rate applies on all ads of
\ 25 words or less. If the ad con- :
tains more than 25 words the rate
i I will be one cent: per word for Phone 72
Phone 172
I each additional word, for each in-
\ sertion. Room Watkins Block
If you can't bring your ad to Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be
payable' the following day.
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Man has
Every use for a I
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ATTORNEYATLAWPhone ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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FOR
SAI.EMULES
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I FOR SALE Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.

Pair nice mare mules in good condi- Bldg.
"tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul-
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc
F. A.
FOR SALE-Horse, wagon and har DR. N. BRYAN PEPPERCORN

ness. Price$125 if sold quick. Ad- BUILDER and CONTRACTOR .
dress 522 S. Lake street. 8-11-31 DENTIST

FOR SALE-5 acres orange, grape- Phone 716 Phone 37
fruit, pecans three-fourths mile'
from city, on Pine Castle road. Bargain Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
for quick sale. S. B. Perkins,
Orlando, R. F. D. No. 1. 8-ll-3t ..
All Ready for the PicnicMANY Bldg
FOR SALE-Or will
exchange for L. Percival Hutton
automobile or real estate of equivalent -
A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVERa value, two high class horses,
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly sound, young, fast, handsome. Ad- SURVEYING 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 I 8-ll-3t dress Box* 615, Lakeland, Fla. Plating and SubDividingPROMPT ARCHITECT
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. I

FOR SALE, AT A BARGAIN-A 20- McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
acre bearing orange grove; also, a : AND ACCURATE
New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS very desirable residence, well furnished WORK Florida.
with attractive grounds and
COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.You I I small bearing grove. Apply to J. W. HAL A. IRISH Member F. A. A.W .
Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. ,
never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas 8-ll-3t
Range. And then if you wish to close the house fcr the day you do not have to leave a coal fire Civil Engineer
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
one quarter mile from city limits; 47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla.
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
6-9-tf

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO j FOR RENTFOR I II Phone 72


GAS DEPARTMENT I nished RENT-Furnished fiats and dwellings.and unfur-I. .
Knox. 7-9-tf Paul V. Hutchins: DR. L H. RAMSDELL .

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I OPTOMETRISTORLANDO
-- '. WANTED Attorney and Counsellor at Law I FLORIDAWE
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I WANTED-To make transformations FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
I curls and switches from the combings Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OP .
of your own hear. By Mrs. E. !;
Roberts, 33 West Church street. ORLANDO, FLA.I OPTICAL BEPAISnfG' ,
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I buy, sell rent, and exchange real I Cut Flowers

over estate.30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla.over,I M. O. Dovell!! I

SOUTH" APOPK4 CITRUS NURSRISOCOEE [ [ 20000000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. and Plants


FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn & Son Floral Designs :
FLORIDAAll swings, and all kinds of carpenter
work, go to Tracy & Moore, 18 East ..
Church street. 7-25-lmoc -

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN j
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- On and after August 5th, 1915:, I 106 Grace Street II Violet e Dell Florist.
will not be responsible for any debts
fruit Trees in fine condition at the lowest made by my wife, Mary Nell' Crippen. .
very 8-7-Ct A. IL CRIPPEN, JR. J. M. CARUTQERS
Phone 283-2 Rings ,
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prices Phone 509. 403 South Lake St.
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Located in the Arcade BuildingAll

work guaranteed and neat- Gasoline, Kerosene, LubricatingOils
The rainy season is the best time to set ly done. Our work is the best
: :& and our prices are the lowest. and Greases. Our wagonsare CUNT BASSPHONE
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep
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
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. West Jefferson Street
next fall.
I Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c. Successor to

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I I'All Palm Beaches scrubbed Hand Wood CompanyWood

Send today for List and lowest and pressed ____________50c
Catalog Description
I'Mohair suits pressed ______25c. M. O. Dovell!! of All Kinds
prices to the above address We do ladies' work also. Give -
PROMPT SERVICE
us a trial and be convinced.

,I Clothes called for and delivered. & Son REASONABLE PRICE*

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At the Expositionand Misses Eva Taylor and Jennie Baas

who have been attending the Summer PAY YOUR BILLSBEFORE
anywhere else In the United States-the safest way to carry Norma in Tallahassee, returned home
"travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They are r'
accepted like currency at hotels,ticket: offices and the beat stores and yesterday afternoon.
.* shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued in r
$10 $20. $50 and $100. Col. Carey D. Landis of DeLand, THE 10th TO .

one of the state's leading and successful I ,

i :BAChequesit : i.. attorneys, spent yesterday in Orlando Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
on professional business.Mr. W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
-, (American Bankers Association Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
A. Haden left yesterday afternoon City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store Groceries.
I Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
over the Atlantic Coast Line John Grocer.
Empie T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
'15a for Highlands, N. C., where he will J. L. Feinberg, Men's; Furnishings.Good Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles etc.
bra will spend several weeks enjoying life inthe and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
tip "A.sA."Ckoca
I T : avenue and Arcade building. Store.
1 y k ournred,11 the mountains.
,,, t ti, F1yoelion GrounJr1Trr I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
+ \. \ J. A. Caplinger, Electrician.CoOperative Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
How much did you save last monthin Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
4beieq l\ cash or Savings Checks 8-12-tf Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.
: T. P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton Shoe Hospital.
Mrs. H. B. Myers left Tuesday : Our Grocery Company.

night on the 12:30 train for Pennsylvania -
They will back 2 in
where she will visit relativesand give you cents Savings

friends for the remainder of the : Checks for every dollar you spend with themin
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yw1 cash or if you pay your bill by the 10th of

E. W. Davis, of the law firm of : the month, therefore
Davis & Giles left last night for New
York on business connected with the :

firm. Mr. Davis will be gone for : Ask for SAVINGS CHECKS

;), the next ten days. :
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Y Dr. H. Kilmer left yesterday morning :
for Fernandina to visit his daughter : GpOD Fpq r,00D FDA d
Mrs. W. G. Claire. He expects tobe
absent from Orlando for the next
FOR DEPOSIT j FOR DEPOSIT (
ten days. IN THE r IN THE -
SAVINGSDEPARTMENTor SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Of

How much did you save last monthin PEopus NATIONAL 0 PEOPLES NATIONAL. e
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf A BANK p ( y f, 0 BANK 0 Q\p' I )
ANpO FL Qr ND0.F

Mr. W. J. Connolly, one of Orange
Orlando"ELDER" counts prominent naval stores operators -
The State Bank of
left yesterday afternoon over Then don't keep them at home but deposit

the Atlantic Coast Line for Lumber them at once so they will earn 4 per cent in-
Bridget. C., to visit his father.Dr. .
terest for you in the Savings Department of the

J. H. Smith and daughter, Mrs.
N. J. Merck, were among the Orlan-
doites leaving yesterday afternoonover Peoples National BankWins
Spring Water the Atlantic Coast Line to visit
points in Georgia, including Atlanta.

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IS SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, Mrs. W. T. Walker and daughters,
Misses Annie Cornelia and Nannine,
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD
left yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic -
Coast Line for Shelton, S. C.,
Phone WRIGHT, 444 where they will visit relatives and MlltltliPACKARD'

friends. Grand

TRY Better TRY
SKATING RINK, masquerade car-
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nival, Friday night. 8-11-3tc

Prize at San Francisco
Miss Annie Hogan, of Eustis, and
----- -- --- --- -- -- -- ------- -- Miss Edna Galloway, of Maitland, arrived *
in Orlando yesterday afternoonto
spend the week-end with Miss
The only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-
Ethel Sharpe, at her home 203 Liberty -
street. ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -

were both awarded to PACKARD.It 0

Mr. Jas. P. McQuaig a former well! is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-
known business man of this city, but that back of the
t/ ties of permanent success are new
now residing in Jacksonville, left yes-
terday afternoon for his home in that
city after a visit to his father :\Ir.C. .

F. McQuaig, and sisters, Mesdames Packard TwinSixSan
E. C. and C. E. McDowell. .

ANNOUNCEMENTThe
Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effec- you. 8-12-tf

tive August 2, 1915:
Pine Castle was represented in Or- Juan Garage Company

Ford Runabout ________$39 00 lando yesterday by the folloing well!

Ford Touring Car______ 440.00 known citizens: Mrs. S. Frank Phil-]
lips and daughter Miss Lora Mrs Orlando DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
Ford Town Car ________ 640.00 -
Chas. Tanner Mrs. C. F. Crittenden,
No speedometer included in this year's Misses Hallie and Ollie Hansell, and
equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped. Mr. J. C. Herman.Mr. .

There can be no assurance given againstan . .
H. E. Murdock, general agent .MIIMIM* .
advance in these prices at any time.F. for the International Harvester company :

G. RUSH Jacksonville, and :Mr.: :M.: B. :Me: ftlilllMIIMtHIIIIIMtlllMMMIiMilllMllliMHM
Neely, special agent for the same '4

32 East Church Street Phone 226 company conferring, spent with yesterday their local in representatives Orlando<- Who Will Be Your Executor?


the Cohoon Brothers. ..

ANSWER NO. 2 _
Little Miss Lottie Terry, winsome a....
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1.. L. Terry, Your estate may be materially impaired as a 1 '

-- -- of South Lake street, left yesterday direct result of the appointment of an executoror

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joined here by her grandmother, Mrs When an individual is appointed- [
Terry, of Tampa, who was en route to weaker. '
t a.r
is generally
: the Gate City. The financial responsibility rvz r .
It is usually' provided in wills that the person d '

nominated to serve as executor shall be excused :
Deposit your Savings, Checks and ,: : i
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for from giving bonds. 'a
you. 812tfIr. the U4
is at
When surety bonds are supplied it expense -
AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs -
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of the estate and then only partial secu-
: :\ J. O. Brock and son, Mr. I:. B.
: Brock, pioneer residents of Oakland, rity against loss is provided. C

to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but there were in Orlando yesterday greeting When a Trust Company is selected j .
; friends. Mr. J. 0. Brock left on the advantage of strong financial re- ; : .
is a certain period in the lives of most of us when our The positive ,
: afternoon train for Washington, D. sponsibility is secured.A .
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with
Diamonds.A :. C weeks.% where he will spend the next two bond which has behind it the entire financial ;

strength of the Institution is always filed with
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of -- the Probate Court at no cost to the estate. l
pilot to at this in life's : Garland Tobin, district passenger
stage
engage game. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue
: agent of the :Missouri: Pacific railway; : e+ _, 0 t
May pilot matrimonial bark? '
we your : and C.1.:: Rawlings, traveling passenger of this newspaper. : ;.

agent of the same road, with
s : headquarters in Birmingham, Ala., Come in any time and freely ask for further t i
: :I and Y. R. Beazley, traveling : + information on this vitally important subject. t $
: ger agent of the Atlantic passen-I a: You are always welcome, and our officers are always ,

with headquarters in Tampa, were I J glad to advise.
T. H. EVANSJEWELER : among the popular transportationmen

spending yesterday in Orlando..:. ,' The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

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