The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Intense Naval Activity Is Evident offer from President James CAPERTON TO INFORM It was stated here yesterday thatDr. las Been Signed by Secretaryof
in Co-operation With Gaffney, of the Boston National LIGHTNING STRIKES FINE Charles B. McKinnon\ of De- State and Officials of
League baseball team, for his club to PLE U. S. WILL Funiak Springs, had been appointedby

the Land Attacksof train in Miami next spring was accepted RESIDENCE !j SUPERVISION Governor Park Trammell state Latin Go"tsIsp-

Allies by the board of directors ofthe I pure food inspector to succeed A. P. proved by Wilson

chamber of commerce at a meeting Jordan, of Punta Gorda, whose term
London, Aug. 12.-Movements over- yesterday afternoon, and Mr. EXPECT PEACE Will COME SOON of office expired yesterday.Dr. Washington, Aug. 12.PresidentWilson
shadowing in importance even the operations Gaffney was notified to send a representative I McKinnon is well known took personal charge of the

in Poland are being made in to Miami to close a contract WILSON HIT DURING !. Official Advices Regarding the throughout the state and the news of .Mexican problem today on his arrivalat

t the Balkan theatre of war, while the at once. There appears to be no ELECTRICAL STORM his appointment was received with Washington from Cornish.
operations against the Dardanellesand I I doubt at present but that the Braves I I Presidential Election Yesterday much interest here. Dr. McKinnonwas The president conferred at length

the Austro-German threats will train here next spring. Occupants of Dwelling on Con- in Black Re- at one time a medical' officer in with Secretary Lansing and then an-

against Servia are beginning to The offer from Mr. Gaffney calls way Road Had Narrow Es- public Lacking the National Guard of Florida, being nounced that he approved of the appeal -
evolve themselves into a race for the for a guarantee of $1,000. This was surgeon-major of the first regimentof for peace prepared by the Latin-
cape-Fire Put Out,
support of the Balkan States. thought to be much more liberal than infantry.TimesUnion.WILL American conference at New York
Washington, Aug. 12.-Admiral
The Balkan situation at present the offer of the Chicago White Sox Little Damage yesterday, that it has been signed by
Caperton has been directed to inform
dominates all others in all of the capitals and the directors voted to guarantee RETURN FROM TAMPA IN the secretary of state and the representatives -
I the electrical storm which the Haylians that until the "black re-
of Europe. the Braves $1,000 per year for a period During I( OAKLAND SIX of the Latin republics, and
I i public" establishes a stable -
Everything points to a vigorous offensive 'I of five years if they would make visited this section on Wednesday government that it will be sent to the Mexican
o'clock the !I the United States intends to
after 9 ]
by the Austro-Germans' Miami their spring training quarters.The evening, shortly Mr. and Mrs. J. Magruder, Jr., leaders as soon as the state depart-
against Servia at an early date, with only matter which could possiblyacts home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith, I continue her supervision over the Miss Bertha Branch, and Miss Lillian ment has prepared it for transmis-

the object of crushing the Servian as a stumbling block was the who reside about four miles southeast I revenues of its customs houses. Estes formed a happy and congenial sion.
the road This became known today at the
army, in order to force Bulgaria to question of sewage connections at the of Orlando on Conway party going to Tampa yesterday af- It is thought that probably it will
give a free passage for the Teuton ball park, but this will be attendedto was struck by lightning, which played! I I navy department where the impression ternoon. After taking in the sightsof go tonight.

forces needed for the relief. of Con- at once. The Boston representative havoc with the frame work of the prevails that order will soon be the metropolis of South Florida, President Wilson held a conferencealso

stantinople. is expecetd here in a few days building and the occupants had a very restored on the island. they will return home in a new Oakland with Secretary Daniels regarding -

Leading military critics in Italy and when the contract will be closed.1Iiami .- narrow escape. The night being'un- Official advices are lacking, how- six, of which Mr. Magruder is the disposition of the three battle-
France consider this plan of the Ger- Metropolis. usually warm, Mr. and Mrs. Smith ever, as to 'the result of the election the local representative. ships, Louisiana.New Hampshire and

man staff very serious. were occupying the sleeping porch held today. Connecticut, which have been orderedto

Should it succeed, it will involve a which is located on the east side of report in "southern waters."
complete failure of the allies' effortsat CITILEMSOFBREVARD the house. The bolt struck the building SEES NO INTERVENTION HORSE SHIEDATBOAT The news was afterwards an-

the Dardanelles. amidships and richocheted pro- nounced that the orders to the battle-
In order to defeat the Germans at miscuously, going down one of the Chihuahua, l\Iex.-"I do not believe ships will not be changed.

their own plans, the allies on the Gal- WERE IN ORlANDO stanchions in the sleeping porch and the sending of American warships to lADIES ARE THROWN Secretary Garrison called on General
Vera Cruz should be considered as in-
striking the bed on which Mr. and '
lipoli peninsula have commenced a Bliss, acting chief of staff of the
tremendous offensive against the Irs. Smith were resting, burning a dicating an intention of the United FROM BUGGY :army, for a list of all troops available -
YESTERDAY hole through the pillow and mattress, States government to intervene in
Turks in a desperate effort to smash for service on the border.
the Dardanelles defenses and reach which set fire to the bed, then zigzagged Mexico," said Diaz Lombardo, foreign I This includes the entire army with
minister in the Villa cabinet.
across the front of the porch
Constantinople before Germany is ACCIDENT NEAR "INTER- the exception of the coast artilleryand
: "The invitation that the Pan-Amer-
able to throw an army to her relief into space. { the engineering corps.
through Servia. COUNTIES IN BUILDINGOF Mrs. Smith was awake at the time ican conference will send to the military LACHEN, RESIDENCE General Funston, in command on
ROADS and the lightning struck the bed within conference does not show now HENRY SANDFORDNo
More than 50,00 fresh troops have the border, reported that he had sent
been landed on the Gallipoli peninsula a foot of her head. That both she any animosity in any way as far as another battalion of infantry to the

during the last week. Orange County Commissioners and her husband were not killed is can be seen in the message relatingto One Injured-Horse Fright- Brownsville, Texas, district, and thatan

Intense naval activity is evident in Gave Matter Attention, but miraculous. Mr. Smith, in telling the this intention." ened by Boat Which Had appeal had been received from

co-operation with the land attacks of Stated That at PresentNo Sentinel of the affair, says he had just BASEBALL RESULTS Been Left on Beach Governor Ferguson of Texas for more
the allies. dozed off and was awakened by the troops: in the lower Rio Grande val-
New Roads crash and the scream of his wife. He by Fishing Party ley.

Auxiliary Cruiser Sunk found the bed on fire and at once set National League Secretary Lansing annonuced that
The meeting which was scheduledto to work to extinguish it. Neither he Pittsburgh 4, New York 0. What came near proving to be a serious -
the further conferences of the
London Aug. 12. The British representatives -
aux- be held yesterday afternoon at 2 nor his wife were stunned, but felt St. Louis 3, Chicago 2. accident occurred yesterday '
of the Central and South
iliary cruiser India has been torpe- o'clock between a delegation of citi- All scheduled. morning when the horse driven by t
the shock perceptibly. To explain -
very American will be
doed and sunk in the North sea. republics regardingthe
Mrs. Sandford became
from Brevard and the Henry fright-
zens county
the freaks of the lightning in American League of Mexico.It .
The admiralty announcement states commissoiners of did ened at an \irned boat, which was pacification
county Orange up
the house was a difficult matter, and Cleveland 6, New York 4. announced there would be
that 22 officers and 159 men were drawn beside the Sandford dockon no
not meet at the appointed time on he was very thankful that he and Mrs. Boston 4, St. Louis 0.PhiladelphiaChicago. up cabinet meeting tomorrow becausethe
saved, but the number drowned has
Lake Underhill and .
account of the visitors encounteringtire ran away.Therewere
Smith had escaped with their lives rain.
president desires to devote his
not been given. trouble but did reach herein in the vehicle to which
and that their house not de- wet
was Washington-Detroit, grounds. whole time to the daily developmentin
time for a consultation to be held the horse was attached, only Mrs.
stroyed. They are receiving con-
Federal League Mexico.In .
MAY REPRIEVE NEGRO Sandford and Mrs. J. E. The
later in the afternoon. Ensign.
gratulations of many friends on their Brooklyn 3, Kansas City 2. discussing the proclamation to
The Brevard committee was selected two ladies had just started for Or-
narrow secape. Newark 1, Chicago 2. the Mexican leaders '
Fla.-A prepared by the
Tampa, reprieve be .
may by the Indian River AutomobileClub lando, and were passing the dock on
.,ranted by Governor Trammell to Buffalo-St. Louis, rain. Latin-American conferees, Secretary
of Titusville, and was composedof their way to the open road. When
.. hn Wade the FISHING SMACKS SUNK Southern Lansing declined to state whether unlimited -
negro whose execu- the following: J. M. Osborn, L. R. League the animal became frightened and
tion is set for Friday, at the county Baxter B. G. Ackerman, civil engi- London, Aug. 12.-The fishing :Memphis 9-5, Little Rock 4-4. ran it collided with a post and the time will be given for them to
here. The smacks Ocean Gift and New Orleans 0. agree on a policy or whether it will
jail reason for the belief neers, E. W. Ellis, C. J. Thest, Dan Esperance 3, Birmingham occupants of the carriage were thrown
that a reprieve may be granted is Cleary, F. M. Everett, and Chas. C. George Borrow have been sunk. Their Mobile 6, Atlanta 0. out. be finally determined to give them a
based on the fact that a telegram was Baker. crews were landedExtra Chattanooga 5, Nashville 1. Luckily the ladies were uninjuredsave time limit, but other officials say that
received from Sheriff one fault of the first note President
Spencer yest r- The purport of the consultation was for a shaking up and some pain-
day from the governor in which it ful bruises. Needless Wilson believed was the omission ofa
for the purpose of enlisting the cooperation to say they
was asked whether Wade was sane, Session Is Petrograd Safe time limit.ARRESTS.
of Orange county in building suffered a severe fright, but were
and if there was any reason in the I a good brick road from this city thankful to escape without injury.

mind of the sheriff why the con- through Fort Christmas to connect To Be Urged At Present The horse's harness was badly torn IN MURDER CASE .

demned man should not be hanged. A with Brevard county near Indian up although the animal itself was un Dade City, Fla.-Three arrests have

similar communication was received River City, three miles south of Ti- injured. been made for the killing from am-

from the governor by State's Attor- tusville. This road had once upon a Washington, Aug. 12.-The White London.-Discussing the possibilityof The boat which caused all of the bush of Tom Scott, a farmer, and

ney H. C. Gordon. time been surveyed and it was :House learned today that President the Germans trying to reach Petrograd trouble was left beside the private wounding of Elmore Tucker, who

According to the communication thought by many would be the direct Wilson will be urged by the Southern the Evening News correspondent dock of the Sandfords on Lake Un- were fired upon while crossing Cow

from Governor Trammell, his atten- highway to the East Coast. legislators, in conjunction with importers there says: derhill by a fishing party a week or Ford, on the Withlacoochee river sev-

tion was called to the possibility of The commissioners received the visitors and exporters, to call an extra "Success gained by the Russian so back. The owners are unknownbut eral days ago. They are all farmersof

Wade's being insane, by Dr. Fug-at, very courteously and assured* session of congress to adopt methodsof fleet at Riga reassured the capital, as it is hoped that whoever they are this section, all men of family.

of Inverness, who is said to have I them that they would give the mat- reprisal to bring an end to the no advance against Petrograd is like. they will remove it at once. Tucker, who was badly wounded at

known Wade for many years and who ter their earnest consideration, but at British blockade.No ly unless the Germans obtain com- the time Scott was killed, made his

now says the negro was always an the present time the commissioners information as to the presi- mand of the Baltic, giving the invaders BRAZIL INTERESTEDRio way to his home at Richland, miles

idiot or of very weak mentality. 1 It were not planning to build any more dent's attitude can be obtained. a line of communication by wateras away and gave the alarm. lie is saidto

is not known here who Dr. Fugat is. roads other than those already out- Senator Hoke Smith, of Georgia, well as by land." Janeiro.-The efforts of the have charged the accused with the

Sheriff Spencer wired an answer lined or were in process of construc- who delivered a fiery speed at New Reuter's Petrograd correspondent Pan-American republics to settle the shooting.The .
late yesterday afternoon telling the York last night denouncing Great also discusses the chance of a Ger- Mexican problem are being followed men are in jail here: and will

governor that, in his opinion, the order tion.Many views were expressed as to Britain's unwarranted interferencewith man move at Petrograd. He says it here with keen interest. The national have a preliminary hearing on Satur-

of the court should be carried out the merits of this road and the coun- American shipping, is expectedto is evident that the invaders are well chamber approved a motion askingthe day or Monday. There is a rumor

in Wade's case, and that as the sheriffof ty commissioners hoped at some future lead a movement for an early established in strong forces on a Brazilian foreign office for infor- that two other persons are connected

Hillsborough codnty, he saw no date to take this matter up with meeting of congress to handle this forty mile bog shaped front from mation as soon as possible regardingthe with the shooting, but they have not
reason to grant a reprieve. lie also Brevard. serious situation, which is affectingnot Lomza to Ostrow and predicts thatan state of negotiations. The news- been arrested.

informed the governor that Judge Ro- I The visitors returned to their only the South's cotton problem, effort will be made to reach papers continue to emphasize that no Tucker who was shot in the jaw, is

bles, of the circuit court, had' ordered homes late last evening and expressed but shipping in general. Dvinsk. attack is contemplated upon the sov- recovering. He refuses to discuss the

Wade examined as to his sanity by I themselves as delighted with the reception Resolution of the importing inter- Military authorities, the corre- ereignty of Mexico. details of the shooting, but it is said
Drs. A. C. Ives and H. M. Cook, and they had received in Orlando. ests declaring that Great Britain's spondent continues, expect the Ger- that when the first. shots were fired
that both phtSicians'had reported him "illegal attitude" is ruining businessis mans will persist in the offensive, but FOUR DIE IN A WRECK and Scott was killed. Tucker escaped

sane but of a low order. MAKING A COMPLETE SURVEYOF now en route to the White House. they express strong doubts whether into the brush. Every time he appeared -

THE T. & G. Reflecting the seriousness of the an advance on Petrograd enters seri- Columbus, 0.-Four persons were in the open he was shot at
STORM CENTRAL NEAR HAYTI situation in the South, RepresentativeHenry ously into the German plans. killed and sixteen were injured whena until perhaps twenty shots had been

Washington, Aug. 12.-The weather Mr. A. C. Hart, the popular chief' of Texas, chairman of the The lake and marsh country southof freight train ran into the rear end fired. In his wounded condition Tucker -

bureau reports that the tropical engineer of the Tavares & Gulf railroad house committee on rules, today con- Petrograd is well adapted for defensive of a passenger train at Orient station, finally plunged into the river and

disturbance was apparently centralthis was in Orlando yesterday from ferred at length with members of the operations should the German on the Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern by swimming across evaded his as-

morning south of and near the his headquarters at Montverde. l\Ir.\ federal reserve board, regarding the advance extend in that direction. railway, near here. sailants. He hid all night in a swamp

island of Hayti, moving in a direction Hart is now engaged in resurveying financing of the cotton crop. and heard his pursuers riding up and

a little north of west. Kingston, Jamaica and locating the lines of the right of Representative Henry decried the September Cosmopolitan at Curtis THE WEATHERFor down in the thickets searching for

r reported northerly gales east way and making a complete survey of existing restrictions and said that pa-t&, O'Neal's book, music and stationerystore. Florida: Showers today; variable him. He says the three men arrested
of the island. .the entire system of that road. tience is rapidly being exhausted. ( All the latest music. winds. were among his assailants..

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you have for sale a paying busi- William Michaels a Berlin statistician -

ness of any kind, or an investment Berlin.-The German war ministry has just prepared a new and Trees With Capital Surplusand
yielding a regular income, see A. B. furnishes in connection with the first impressive summary of the material Washington.-Now that the secretary ,
Cook & Co., 30 Watkins Block Orlando of the treasury' has received a
anniversary of the war interesting elements of the war. All the prophecies -
Fla. Consultation free. Rela- the of I letter from a farmer's wife in Okla- Undivided Profits
to successes
tions confidential. 8-10-diw-tf figures relating that were scoffed at in past
homa he knows more about what is
the Central Powers -
says years as wild exaggerations have been
needed for life on a farm than he
News The statement ,
Agency. than realized. P
Want anything? Ask for it through
"Wanta. follows: He estimates that there are 21- did."If
Sentinel will send $1,000 the
"Germany and AustriaHungaryoccupy 770,000 men actually engaged in the :you me "Just ordinary trees may" be compared to a com
11,600 miles in Bel- letter ran, "I can purchase two cows, with It has
square struggle. That means more able- pany only its original capital. not

gium, 8,400 square miles in France, bodied men than there are in the an automobile and a set of false'teeth been augmented by the profit of foresight or bus-

ARCADE 52,000 square miles in Russia, and whole United States. The cost of the -all of which articles are absolutely iness acumen, nor diminished by dissipation, lack
miles in French Alsace. essential to farm life." of thrift losses.
4,000 square war is about $42,000,000 a day and or
The writer figured that if the $1,000
This is a total of 76,000 square the total cost up to April 1 was 10- Evolution means something. There is daily an
for her should be taken from the
"Prisoners of war taken in Galicia 000,000,000. The annual cost of it,
MILKDEPOT improvement in the types of men, animals and
sent to the of the
$10,000 secretary
in German and hospitals,
now camps he says without counting Italy, is plants.
or employed as workers, total 938- $15,000,000,000.That I treasury recently by a resident of
869 captured in the campaignlast New York city as conscience balm Trees that have been brought from the lower,
; men of
sum, course, is incompre I
week and on their way to camp, hensible. If the year's expenses were 'the false teeth and other agricultural ordinary type to the higher types may be saidto
essentials wouldn't cost the have accumulated a surplus.
number 120,000; prisoners in Austria- to be paid in gold, it wouid require all government

Hungary, 636,543, making a grand the gold that all the nations of the -or any one except an unidentified Our trees by the refinement of the process of

total of 1,695,412.; earth have produced in the last 500 conscience-an.thing. bud selection, and by the perfection of our nursery -

BUTTER MILK "Prisoners taken in Russia and now years, and two-thirds as much again: I practice have not only the capital and the

Fresh Every Day. in Germany total 5,600 officers and In[ fact, it would take more than twiceas Authorities in Atlantic City and surplus, but undivided profits which you may-

5c. per glass 7-0,00 non-commissioned officers and much gold money as there is in the other coast resorts are undertakingto share

25c. per gallon privates; in Austria, 3,190 officers and( world. Of course, the nations can't regulate the apparel of bathers, SEND FOR OUR CATALOGthat

610,000 non-commissioned officers and pay. They will be fortunate if theyare and the rules they lay down are fur- you may know these refining type betterment -

CREAM AND MILK privates; total, 8,790 officers and 1- able to pay the interest. :nishing food for gossip and newspaper profiit-making qualities, and how theyare

BUTTER 330,000 men. (This is a total of 3- The daily cost to Germany is about I discussion. The men are permitted imparted to the orange and grapefruit and

034,202 men captured by AustroGerman $8,250,000 and 40 days of fightingcost ; to wear almost any old kind of a other trees produced, not merely) grown, by

Fresh Homemade forces in Russia and Galicia.) her as much as the whole Franco- i ;garment but there are certain requirements -

SANDWICHESPIES "German collecting stations received Prussian war. How will they pay it? in the costumes of the

AND CAKESARCAUEMllK up to the middle of June 5,943 Only one answer is possible. They I women. In the great New Jersey resort -

captured field guns and 1,556 machine never can pay it. I the one piece suit, which is so Lake Garfield Nurseries

guns. Many field pieces were not de- The Lord deliver us from such a I popular in the bathing places of Europe -

lievered to these stations but were war! I is strictly forbidden. Skirts Bartow, FloridaSPECIAL

DEPOT kept with the troops and are being r must be worn, and they must reach

used against their former owners. 'to within four inches of the knee.
Popularity of electric automobilesand
While exact figures are not availableit Bare legs are against the law in many
is that
gasoline ones gasoline
is estimated that nearly 8,000 guns places.
makes an automobile life lightning !
and 3,000 machine guns have been go
AN UNSOLICITED LETTERWant HililllliMiMilliMlliMIMMilMllllllllllliili 1
captured." while lightning can't do nearlyas I i
well. I I The want ad.'s the thing.

to compliment you for PITTSBURGH'S AAU TRADE \ SALE j !

the excellent work you have done Vy 6IN.1I i. zn

for me.
Pittsburg, Pa.-According to J.Jerome -
Have been coming to Floridafor All
Nordman, secretary of the for- Day
30 years and have had work
trade commission of
done from Jacksonville to Key eign

West, St. Augustine to Pensacola foreign 000,000 are contracts being filled aggregating by Pittsburgh$100- | Saturday and Monday ;

and I can truthfully say I
manufacturers.. Nordman said
have never had such excellent x-4- Here are a few of the prices. Call and get others.
he had record of contracts totaling '

work done for me, as you have !more than $91,000,000, and there were Wright's Salad Dressing, 35 cent size _________ __23c

done. The proprietors of the I a number which were not listed, as Lenox Soap, 7 bars for ___. _____________________25c

laundries of Jacksonville and they were sub-contracts, which had Club Cheese, 35c. for ___________________________23c
Tampa, not to speak of smaller come from other sources than throughthe Roquefort Cheese, 25 cent for ____________________20c

places, can come to your place commission. Not all of the export Corn, 3 cans for ___. ___________________________25c

and learn how to do work. The business is for war material, Catsup, 3 bottles for ____________________________25c

people of Orlando can justly feel either. Goods valued at $6,000,000are Coffee, 5 lbs for _____________________. ._______$1.00
proud of their Steam Laundry.
being made for ordinary con- SATURDAY NIGHT
(Name on application.) sumption.The .
From 7 to 9 p.m., we will sell
Russian government has four Jf L'l w Ifs
HAMS AT ___________________________17 cents per lb
metallurgists and chemists here inspecting
Orlando SUGAR, 16 pounds for _________________. .______$1.00
the 22,000 freight cars being We have just received a shipment of White Rose

Steam built by the Pressed Steel Car com- A NEW OPPORTUNITYfor Goods, and some New York Full Cream Cheese.
LaundryFRENCH pany. They say Russia will requirea

vast amount of steel WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
DRY products out- the Man or Woman who says,
side of war material, and that most '
"Now I had
LAUNDERERS if only TypevrifeH"YOU
of these will have to be ordered in t
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and manucnpttng:machine For tbmparpoaee a low pnce VSnto today for deacripurobooklet.
: law will find its everyday tune uftlimited. Loot wait Investigate now -4 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
thing out in the way of little SAYS KAISER WARNED HIM It yon have immediate writing. to do send n* ,
Is occnplee little pare on your deck. It la $T:;.00 In cab check or money order and we will
ABOUT LUSITANIA light You can eauily move it from place to place, eend yon th.Remington Junior at once Thanyou
loa will find It a good tlnw-aanna investmentf can eee for coa pelt how soon you learn to
Cigars. ynunelf and other member on,family write rapidly If yon with to return It after 13
who bare writing to do. Ion will find it an dad trial,yon maydo an. We will refund Jour
excellent educator for your children. 15 00.:fey the cost of transportation.
See him at the London.-The Daily News quotes The UemingtonJnninrii the home typewriter Remember,the Remington Junior!.a frenoIne -
yon have been waiting for. Our termi are$TiO,UUeaah. durable Remington t4>wntr-carrying
from "The Public and Private Life of .or If you prefer the Easy Varment plan the iron-clad Kemliietou Cuumutev.Remington J

Kaiser Wilhelm II," a new book by
Edward Legge a passage to show ) Typewriter Company The Orlando Meat MarketT.
Good and Bad ( _wl)
that the Kaiser was personally cognizant fcj 226 West Bay Street

of the plan to sink the Lusitania 1{ JACKSON MLLE, JLORIDA A. YANCY, Manager

Cigar StoreOrange without warning. According to this I* till in the attached ceupon.L an 11 aol.lre8A-

authority, an American gentleman, an W4..MatltttoJay. r a> and den JOur aaase ". Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
intimate friend of the Kaiser who ia tAe propr
AvenueBargaill g.rk(11 .
ReS.eorn1JlU'1 Florida and Western Meats
had engaged largely in relief work "e.eaamea \he
,, ,t- fha1
for war sufferers, wrote to the Kaiser Qto T 00.pprNBindewnto
dD y:>
lte h reil.h receipt" of Fish Vegetables Game Ric.Special .
.riU'r of8 Oysters Poultry, ,
: wen ,
requesting that his son, who was com- Oleo i a lO ,Thro witNn ten da b e rgta .aaaitlonal
ing to Europe to join in the work, <: : < : for
IDa a wime\he mknt
; UI h. Hotel and Out of Town Orders
p;: 8+e. Attention to
might be permitted to pass through refi'f\ tan J.;; :: : .-.O4 of the 1e.ip.oo.
lou oiull .sev
Germany without molestation. bOOe\ aaI'8.a \ / Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
"By return mail," says the News, 9 rTJ1M'.ri\Or. --- \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

"came a letter from the Kaiser, in. ;

his own peculiar handwriting implor- p

ing his friend not to allow his son to r-

take passage for England on board 11111111111111111111111"1111111111111111111111'1111BREAKERS

the Lusitania"
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New house, 8 rooms and bath. Dresden.-German scientists have FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. ; |

WOMEN I I Gainesville, Fla. Hot and Cold running water in every room
Location perfect, 4 blocks from discovered a method of making print Tallahassee, Fla. ,
paper without cellulose. It is said Highest standards, ranking with the LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH

center of city, east side. tests have proved this new method best Standard colleges the and same universities as those in of the the largest and best Universities of the Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to J

For quick sale $3000. Cash or better than the old, and that it will country. i i! North and East. $10 per week, American Plan. T

cheapen prices and make Germany independent Modern buildings and equipment; I i i 378 students last session. Total en- I New Bath House Free to Guests
terms. all modern conveniences. j I
of foreign
countries for this Summer
437 students regular term 163 rollment 630, including
article.To ; MRS. N. M. KURTZ; Prop. -J
summer term; total enrollment' last.. School. t
session 636.Tuition j! 1111 U I U U HIMin.mii.mmiiiiiiimui II
i t j Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per
reduce our stock as much as pos Free in College and Normal j I
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof School :I I semester for law.
; 25 per cent. off our regular cash For Catalogue and information, I'
For further information, addressA. Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
CARL DAMN. price on any goods in store Ham- write i i I r
mend & Gore. 6-5-tf EDWARD COXRADI, President. A. MURPHREE, President.

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ERECTED WEST CENTRALAVENUE bune, quietly pulled out for his vaca-

Orlando, Aug. 5, 1915. Petersburg, Fla.-Interest will tion without a word in the paper to Washington. The American steamer -
Cedar Rapids, Ia.-According to
be paid by banks of the county on tell us when he left or where he was Lima, one of the Standard Oil ships :I
Editor Sentinel:-Seeing in the the police, Leo Perrin, paying teller
A handsome bungalow of the true bond money deposited by the county going. But wherever it is, Edwin is taken by German submarines to
Sentinel article descriptive
Morning an I of the Cedar Rapids National bank,
of the crate making industry of Kentucky type is being put up for and the cost of handling the funds the man to extract the last ounce of ;Sweinmunde, was released August 6, which was recently robbed of $21,300,
forcibly to mind the Jay Campbell, on West Central ave- I will be only what is necessary for ad- enjoyment out of the opportunity and i Amtassador Gerard reported today.
the state brutgs! confessed he committed the robbery. .
effect of th/ffenseless/ fight now goingon nue, by J. L Long. This style of ministration. The interest received come back renewed to take his old Ii The dispatch did not say whether the Perrin first said that he had been
bungalow, which originated in the will be considerably more than the place as a prime favorite in the affections Lima's petroleum cargo was detainedand
between the mills for business. held up by a robber who compelled
amount out, that the of his brethren of the Florida made mention of the
figure that state for which it is named, is rapidly paid so county no steamer
Price cutting beyond a him to hand over the and then
returns to the growing in favor among Florida build- will be the gainer. The commissioners press. He is of the rare type ofj j Wico, taken with her. money
will bring legitimate locked him in the vault.NOTICE.
manufacturers is a calamity insteadof ers. It is said to be much more con- today publish in the Independentan newspaper men who can make force

a benefit. veniently arranged than the usual official statement of how the bond and decision at all times compatiblewith GEIRANGER SENT TO BOTTOM

will be handled, this being temperate writing and a pleas-
The day is past when man should type. Many features which are not money
done to contradict the that the ant attitude toward those with whomhe
found in the old style bungalow report
look into the big end of his telescopeand London.-A Reuter dispatch from
combine to add comfort and conven- bond trustees would be allowed a fee differs. And as is always the case, The office of Gordon's Transfer has
the half cent or cent the Norwegian
see only Copenhagen says been inched from No. 8 East Church
shaved from the price of boxes. He ience to this building.The for handling the funds. what he says is the more effective for steamer Geiranger has been sunk. street to 201 South Orange avenue,

should change ends with his instru- building in question contains The commissioners state that one that very reason.-Lakeland Tele- I The crew was landed by a Dutch fish- just around the corner, in the Yancey
bond trustee will be selected from the meat market building. Will be gladto
but about seven rooms, and is patternedafter I gram.
the cent
ment and see not only ing boat. The Geiranger was of 1,250 accommodate
our friends and
the full price, and possibly his lens the model of the Kentucky bun- upper part of the county, one from !I gross tons and was built in 1897. tomers the same as usual. 8-6-6ti cus-
would be large enough to see also the galow which was awarded first prizeat 'the middle portion, and one from the County road work within a few
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families of these two hundred and the St. Louis exposition.One (lower end of the county. These trus- miles of Plant City has been dam- .j

fifty employes. He could possibly see of the peculiar features of the tees will serve without pay and the aged several thousand dollars by the

actual necessities swept from the tables construction of the lower floor is the only cost will be necessary incidental recent rains, not taking into account

around which are seated what fact that after entering the front, or expenses of the trust. Each trustee the inconvenience the people have I 33 j

should be bright eyed children. He living room all of the other rooms on must give good and sufficient surety''''been put to by bog holes and impass- CENT DiscountFor

could see emaciated women bendingover this floor may be reached from a tiny bond to protect the county. The able roads. When the system of

wash tubs-women whosa hall at the rear of the front room. bond money will be scattered in banks'over 'drainage contemplated by the Plant

This hall takes hardly the county and each bank \\11'City drainage district is put through,
strength should be conserved for the up any spaceat
nourishing of their babes. all and makes the entire lower floor pay 2 1-2 per cent. interest on daily all this will be obviated. And still the benefit of our customers j

The manufacture of crates is strictly easily accessible. The Kentucky bun- balances. This will bring in considerable -I there are said to be a few persons left

a state institution, and these are galow, on account of its many good revenue to the county. I I who oppose the creation of this we will give a 25 1
is due to become The bond trustees are to be men trict.-Plant Courier.
points, a City
not foreign families, but our own. very popu- diS-1
The result of the present low pricesof lar house for future home builders in of high standing and known character. per cent cash discount on

crates will be just as described this state. ONE KILLED IN AUTO I
all goods sold during the
above. Why? Because the manufac- -

turers can not operate at a loss; re- ECLIPSE OF THE SUN CIIICAGO POLICE GUILTY I Cleveland, August 11.-One man I month of July and August.

sult, owners will assemble their em- was killed and several seriously in- I
Chicago.-Walter O'Brien and
ployes and lay the matter before There will be a "new" moon tonightat jured when an automobile in which'
liam Egan, former of\\11-1
them; the question will be asked: about midnight. Had the "new" sergeants the party was riding was returning 'I
detective force,
Men, shall we close our mill, or will moon occurred during daylight, at city tonight \ from the Griffith-Saylor fight at
found of bribes to';
guilty accepting
you work ten per cent. cheaper? least part of the American continent Akron fell down a 50-foot embank- Hammond & Core
protect criminals. The trial began a I! I
Driven by cruel necessity the answer would have witnessed an annular ment after leaping the rail of a
will be: We must work at some price. eclipse of the sun. It will be the priv- week ago. The prosecution's case was I I bridge over railroad tracks, seven I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor.
based i I .
mostly testimony
on by Barney
We will run the mill. ilege of the inhabitants on the islandsof miles southeast of this city.
Bertsche and James and Frank
Not only will all of these things the Pacific and Indian oceans to Ryan I I Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando. Fla.
known as heads of the clairvoyant I
happen, but at the same time one of see this wonderful sight. The line of I EXCHANGING PRISONERS
trust. Bertsche is serving -
now a "
the state's greatest natural resourcesis annular eclipse will extend from.a
term at Joliet for
being destroyed to no advantage. point midway between Japan and the I
Petrograd.-The firs detachmentof
Her timber is fast going, and when Philippines southeastward to a pointin ,
gone the most that can be said will the Pacific ocean south of Mexico, TENNIS PRELIMINARIES a party of 2,000 German prisoners IF YOU NEED
to be exchanged left here tonight
be that while it lasted many families passing a little south of the Sandwich I'!
for Sweden by of Finland. They
managed to subsist on the wages they Islands. This year, 1915, is one of Chicago.-Second round matches in I way
got while working it into lumber and the few years when an eclipse of either the preliminaries of the National doubles -.!are disabled for. future military service -I

crates. And the mill owner will say the sun or moon is not to be seen I tennis championship and the I by wounds.OPPORTUNITIES Letterheads Envelopes

to his associates: Well, boys, we have I in either northern or southern Amer- challenge round of the Western sin- ,

about five hundred tons of scrap iron ica. The August full moon will occur gles championship was on the program I FOR SHOPPING

out yonder at the mill, and if we can I on the 24th.-St. Augustine Record, to determine which of the sec- !! Cards, Announcements,

find a junk dealer that wants it, pos- 10th. tion title holders shall meet )McLough-'I. Today's Sentinel is replete with the

sibly we can get a little out of it that lin and Bundy, National champions. I'I advertisements of most of the mer Circulars Briefs Hand

HEAT SUFFERED IN SPAIN Church was to meet Alexander chants of Orlando, and there are some ,

way.Oh, for a broader view-see thingsas Squire, of Chicago, Western singles rare shopping opportunities containedin I

they really are instead of lookingat Madrid.-Several deaths have been champion, in the challenge round. these advertisements, which care- Bills, Catalogs, or, .

the surface; see the tentacles of caused in Spain by heat. The temper- ful and discriminating buyers will

this price-cutting reaching the very ature rose to 103 degrees Fahrenheitin DANISH SCHOONER BURNED readily grasp. Read all the advertise. PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE

heart of our industries. the sun at Seville and 108 at Mad- London.-The Danish schooner Jason ments carefully. -

P. L. BILLINGSLEY. rid. A man who became insane from has been burned by a German

. heat ran through the principal streetsof I submarine. The Jason was a vesselof Umbrellas recovered and repaired I
Sentinel Job Office-
Advertise in the Morning Sentinel I Madrid and injured several persons 389 tons gross, built in 1907 and "while you wait," at Young's Repair i

and get results. .before he was overpowered. owned at Thurce. Shop. 21 1:. Pine St. 2-4-lyre I I

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Great Great


RemnantSale Remnant

H Sale :




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, j :

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

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

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

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


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

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

The Yowell-Duckworth Co.



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South Florida Sentinel A Scientists MYSTERY.who see today how few FENCE various GOES.In .cities throughout the The Cathedral School I

MORNING AND WEEKLY people live to be 100 years old, find East-and in some, for that matter, IT'Z W RTH
*. I- GLENN .............._.....Editor themselves at a loss to explain how 'farther west-there is a growing disposition -
W. C. ESSINCTON .....BacincM MaoarerEntered WHltB.f'
Methuseleh managed to live 969 years, I to do with the back yard Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
at the poctoffice at Orlando. FlorIda while Noah reached the respectable 1 fence what long ago in most places, School for Girls I
Second Clan Mail Matter.
age of 595 years, says the Virginia I was done with the front yard fence. 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Pilot. Recently however a discoveryhas j The back yard fence is coming down, Primary, Intermediate and Academic
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 Grade3 .
Daily. 6 Month ...................... ..60 been made which helps to explainthis and back yards, like front yards, are
Daily. 3 Months 1.25 being thrown together says the Balti- Also Musk, Art Elocution, Physical
Daily, 1 Month ..." .. ........... (0 mystery. Studying a merchants advertisements.-When you receive your
"' of short life American. Culture and Domestic Science.
When the causes now- more
Weekly 1 Year ...................... $1.00 adays are counted up, it is found that "It has already been convincinglydemonstrated For Catalogues address the Rector, local paper, whether it be the morning or evening issue, or l both

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN most of the deaths are due to disease. here in Baltimore that I II Rev. Roderick P. Cobb A. 31, make a practice of turning first and last to the advertising .columns -

Very few people die from old age. the scheme of tearing down division Orlando Fla. and see what your particular merchant has to offer in spec
: And the reason why people die from I fences between city home back yards ial items. By doing so, many a dollar is saved, and many a bar-
Copy far display ana all other laaad-ed any one disease is that they have been and developing the unobstructed gain secured.
adrcrtitla Kurt be kandett in at the baiincMvffie
.f the Sentinel mot later than 2 p. .. weakened by other illnesses which stretch of space thus provided as a I
the day before puMicition. This rale applies FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Here's a few of what WE have to offer
to chanrv f.r contract adTertidnx: it i. they have had or which have been continuous flower garden or a grassed :
Tariahle and will be strictly adhered to. handed down to them by their ances- lawn is no chimerical or impractical
dream. It has been demonstrated be-
Subscribers: desiring The Sentinel discontinued
should notify the office in writing on tors.To some of these diseases the human cause it has been done on several back SATURDAY
the date of expiration otherwise it will be AND MONDAY
continued at the regular subscription rates. race has become so accustomedthat stretches and partially accomplished

Telephone until notice Nimb-r to atop .u...received................... ** it is immune. Measles will kill .in hundreds of instances. By par-
off a whole Indian tribe, but among tially accomplished, we mean those VANILLA
FRIDAY, AUGUST .13, 191;;. the white races it is only an annoying instances where two or three or four

childhood malady. But the variationsof adjoining householders have thrown PEACH

The battleships are bound for Mexico disease increase far more rapidly their back yards into a common and Read these Prices and save money
-let no guilty trash escape.o than the immunity.Noah developed the enlarged spaces into
-o and the patriarchs didn't have flower gardens." CREAMS. by doing your week-end shop-

sure your sins will find you out nearly as many different kinds of diseases The areas thus dedicated to the idea

-if you are ever a candidate for of- to face, because they hadn't of community interests are planted as ping at our store.

fice. had enough ancestors to hand them common ground-one big and unified

o down a variety. Consequently their garden. This fact, however, does not
We note that the weather bureau constitutions were not constantly be- interfere with the expression of any c.

has unqualified success in predicting ing weakened as are ours today. For individual neighbor's personal "tastes Prosperity SheetsMade

"showers." example, there is no reference in very and desires. These are consulted and

o ancient literatures to a coldinthehead. the unified plan provides for them. of fine large staple cotton, round thread, splendid. .for

After a girl gets on the shady side I The Greeks and Romans seem Each has what he personally wants, CLUB SANDWICH 25c. wear, size 72x90, ai size, regular 59 cents,
of thirty she drops the affinity busi- I to have been the first peoples to suf- and, in addition, more space more .

ness and makes a play for an ordi- fer from it. flowers, more shrubs, more treeshisown Saturday and Monday 39c.Size .
nary bread winner. The real reason why the patriarchslived and all his neighbors'. In a Bos-

o longer than we do now was be- ton block so treated there is the gen- We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed 81x90, full size, regular 75 cents,
There are a great many ambitiousmen cause in those days the fount of humanity eral border of shrubs and flowers, twoor

who never get to lead the pro- was fresher. While immunityto three vegetable gardens fitting per- and Delivered for All Saturday and Monday 59c

cession until they ride in the hearseat certain diseases has been handed fectly in the general landscape plan, .

their own funeral. down to us by our parents we have a children's playground, a tennis OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S

o also received the weakened vitality court and a croquet green. Five fam- Pillow Slips
Generally the fellow that works the which was theirs as a result of their ilies enjoy this community garden and 4

hardest to land a political job has fight against disease. Sooner or later each of them has under the co-opera- 100 slips, 42x36 and 45x36, slightly damaged made of good
never made much impression on any the races will become immune to tuberculosis tive policy what none of them alone
heavy bleaching, worth 15c.Saturday .
other kind of a position. but with that immunitywill could hope to have were the old fences

0-- come the diminished power as a replaced. '
and Monday lOc.
The best evidence of complete egotism result of mankind's long fight againstthe o ,

is that of a fellow who gets a big white plague. COUNTY AGENTS WILL MEET INGAINESI'ILLE
raise in 'salary and thinks that the o

whole country is prosperous.An LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL Silk Lisle Hose
o The county agents of the state will .

Ohio divine says the ideal wife Editor of the Sentinel-The resi- meet in the University of Florida in A clearance lot in pink, sky blue and champagne, in nearlyall

should be able to converse intelligently dents of West Central avenue don't Gainesville September 20 to 25. The When it comes to delicious light sizes, regular 50 cents a pair. .

with her husband. But often he care to be classed as cranks on any agents meet at the university every

isn't willing to listen to reason. subject, but we do want to stick up year to discuss their problems and to WAFFLESAND Saturday and Monday 25c pair
hear them discussed by extension men
o for our rights. Lately a great many
It's too much to expect Carranza to automobilists have been taking them and other co-operative demonstration

run. Huerta did not run. Villa has away from us and we enter a protest. workers. 50 Children's Wash Dresses ..
The themselves
not run. Most of the other "big men"in We don't mind reasonable speed. agents as well as SYRUP
other members of the extension
Mexico can not even walk at times. They won't hear from us as long as staff In prints and Ginghams small sizes only, regular 35c., 50c.
will be the for
o they keep in bounds but when has on program papers
and 75 cents.
and talks. The meeting is not limitedto THIS IS ONE OF OUR
Another reason why Father does been the case recently, forty miles an
not spend his evenings at home is hour is more the rule than the exception county agents, however. C. K. Mc- Saturday and Monday 19c
Quarrie state agent, is anxious thatas SPECIALS
that Mother and the Girls use their we think it is our time to kick
manners only when they have com- and kick hard.It many farmers as can possibly at-
tend should come. Various demon-
pany. is a common practice for drivers 15 centsCatering
strations will be given and the meet- 100 Parasols
a to open up as soon as they are a cou-
ing will be well worth the of
"The nights belong to the cats," so ple of blocks beyond the railroad and expense
attending. The attendance at some Including quite a number of dainty ones for children, regular
it is said, but some of Orlando's citi- before they are outside the city limits
of the northern meetings often ex- values from 50c to $1.25.Saturday.
zens living on "speedways" have appealed they are making race track speed.A .
ceeds a thousand. The benefits which
to the police to 'protect them grown man has to be careful
obtain from the lectures and and
To Those Monday
from "cutouts. about crossing the street, and for
strations can not be estimated.Get .
o children it is very dangerous. If the

There are 8,934,056 unmarried women motorists won't stop this themselveswe Who Care
of marriageable age in the United shall call on the chief of police to the news In the Sentinel first., 36 inch Panama ChecksThe

States, nearly $9,000,000. Could any station a man out this street and stopit I
bachelor' tax overcome such a vast that way. exceptionally strong 12'/ c quality so much in demandfor

state of spinsterhood.In We don't want to see any one fined combination Suits and Underwear.

o but at the same time think that our NEW SEED IRISH POTATOESFOR

some of the big cities the peopleare lives are in danger unless the present Saturday and Monday 10 yds for 93c.

dying for lack of ice, but you practice is stopped, and we are goingto FALL PLANTING

could not persuade them to move out have it stopped some way.

into the country where they could ONE OF THE RESIDENTS. RED BLISS TRIUMPH Colored Madras Shirting

keep cool by going swimming twice a ..
day. LUNCH WITH JOHN G. BLOUNT 35 pieces of all new and stylish patterns, many "Manhattan"
o Such is the title of a little booklet designs, 25c. and 35c. valuesSaturday
In the old days a fellow made him- left at this office by Mr. C. P. Dow, 60 cents per peck. Quotations on large quantities.
self attractive to the girls by saving
the affable and efficient cashier of and Monday 19c.
and acquiring a bank ac-
up money
the Peoples National Bank. The book
count, but now he gets ahead faster deals with different things which are Orlando Seed & Produce Co. I

by borrowing money and buying an of interest to the banking world in
automobile. a Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.

D and most, taken interesting altogether and, readable is a most way at-, PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY Our Ready-to-Wear SaleIs

There is a growing belief that giant tractively prepared work.
powder and dynamite is more effect-
far exceeding our expectations. The business we are doing
ive in removing mountains than faith
when engineers are building railroadsand y however is justified-prices alone should move the goodsbutwhen

combatants are blowing up forts EXTRA QUALITY is added one cannot wonder at its exceptional -

and battleships.Some success. Have you paid your visit yet?
people think the war in Eu-

rope with its constant cannonadinghas
created an unusual amount of FOR FEAR Men's Furnishings

rain in this country, but so far the

baseball managers have filed no I. Bear in mind that August 21st, is positively the last day you '

claims for indemnity.Let can participate in the drastic price reductions.Manhattan .

o You have seen and read enough about our CoOperativeplan
us hope that the Mexicans when

they took into the muzzles of Uncle ; we will let it rest for a few days while we complete ShirtsCall
Sam's big guns on the battleships at
Vera Cruz, will remember the philoso- arrangements for our Grocery and Provision Department.In .
and see us Saturday or Monday when choice assort-
phy of Davy Crockett's coon and comedown
before the boys are ordered to the meantime, remember we have a complete line ment is complete.

fire. of Feeds of the best quality, and at lowest possible cash

Starting it all over in Mexico prices.

again. Carranza has issued an ulti- Grocery DepartmentStands

matum to the United States and the

Latin-American republics, and says unrivalled for completeness of assortment, quality and
that all Mexicans under adverse cir- call.
prices.-We'd appreciate a
cumstances will know how to conduct
themselves.' The Co-Operative Produce Company


Keeping in touch with out of town W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
customers is one secret of success \son-lves Co.
with the progressive business house

today; probably never to such an extent -

as in this age of competitionhave
merchants sought business in Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place

the undeveloped out of town field. Al t

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F f rlattbo 8>nriPtq GRANDTODAY F Aim"Get It At Allen's" :::**;


SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK [I Sylvan McEIroy and son, of Orlando, ;y r ; 1 14

and mother, Mrs. John Dozier, of this s t J J5
.. Friday, August 13. r4w -- J 'I 1 MG4''
Star. U
city.-Ocala '
The Junior Matrons will be enter- .
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tained Friday afternoon by Mrs.J. -- :\ "
B. Magruder, Jr. Mrs. Arthur B. Vance is expected r ...wK ..r ,
The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday. home this week from Orlando and Il \ \ : :
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100th ANNIVERSARY OFIRST other points in the southern part of :; ,
SUFFRAGIST the state, where she has been enjoy- BOSWORTH INC. Presents fJ i. \
CELEBRATED.The ing an extended visit.-Times-Union. MAUD ALLANin ; -.-....},,.:........--..81J ;_-
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100th anniversary of the birth --0- .f" '
of Lucy Stone in Port Orange, N. J., W. C. T. U. NOTICE. .. 2/ ;.
will be celebrated today. Delegations The W. C. T. U. will meet with "THE RUG MAKER'SDAUGHTER" o

are present from New York, Phila- Mrs. D. M. Topliff, at her home on THE BEAUTY OF WOMENis
delphia, and the state of New Jer- West street, Friday afternoon at 3
Those hidden qual- sey. There was an automobile parade o'clock. This will be a combined bus- enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres, earrings, etc. K
yesterday afternoon through the iness and social meeting. All mem- Our stock has been very carefuly selected and it contains not a
; single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride sweetheart,
bers are urged to be present.
Oranges, Newark and Montclair. The
ities which are the sister or wife. Come and enjoy a look over it. ii
house where she was born, which is
still standing, was marked today by ADDITIONAL LOCALS
real of
source responsiveness -an appropriate tablet. Mrs. Stone at- ,
tracted national attention when Mrs. J. C. Jones and daughters,

and threatened with arrest for refusingto Misses Anna and Frances, and son, '.Oel- .d
pay her taxes, she protested that Master John M., left yesterday after- 4
will show she had no voice in the governmentand noon over the Atlantic Coast Line for -- -
flexibility it was taxation without repre- Brevard, N. C., where they will spend If quality for a low price is an objectour
the remainder of the summer enjoy- wall papers will win your favor.
sentation and her goods were sold by
For the next 30 days will offer for
themselves before we
the town. With her infant daughteron ing life in the Land of the Sky. __ sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
her knees as an inspiration she from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
you have been at wrote a formal protest against unfair Mr. W. L. Daughtry left yesterday 4 when time to buy, and do your papering
you get ready.
J taxation and insisted that women afternoon for Waycross, Ga., wherehe --
the wheel five mind have a right to vote. Ilraughter I will spend several days supervising 'i r'D Grade We also Paints carry, Oils a full and line Varnishes.of Iligh-
Alice the construction of a new car
Stone Blackwell, of We invite you to call and inspectour
Boston, was one of the speakers at which he has recently patented and o stock.Orlando.
utes. the unveiling of the tablet. The which is a great improvement over rr

house is now used by prominent Ital- the present hand cars now used by
ians as a club. I railroad men in inspection or road __ s Paint & Wall Paper Ct
I building.
MISS BARKSDALE--0- I f I I 205 S. Orange Avenue

GUEST OF HONOR. Mr. Lester A. Beeman left yester- COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

The Bazemore home, on Datura I day for Sanford where he took the

It gets away in- street, was the scene of a delightful boat for a trip down the St. Johns MMIIHIIMIIIiMtMMMIMIIiUniilMmiiillMMThe
slumber party last evening when I river to Jacksonville. From that city
Misses Elise and Trilla Bazemore entertained he will sail on the Clyde Line for New
stantaneously. Tliemotor in honor of their house York. lIe had his touring car shippedand I New Ice
In[ association with The Oliver Company I!
guest, Miss Marie Barksdale, whose I will spend several weeks touringthe
seems to have home is at Orlando, Fla. Empire State and will tour the Morosco Photoplay Company.
This jolly party spent the eveningin New England States. Released exclusively through I PHONE 675

. more and still more making candy, after which they enjoyed Paramount Pictures Corporation
Guests registering at the San Juan I
j music and dancing until mid-
A world famous dancer is seen
night. A short while before daylight hotel yesterday included R. W. Tanks- I Delivery Daily
for the first time in motion pic
power had begun to dawn the guests were ley, J. C. Privett, H. C. Davis, A. C.
awakened for a ride to Gus' bath Hampson, Fred W. Kettle, A. P. Faut, tures.
sfon requires. On where they indulged in an early E. Moore, E. G. Pearson, Hal Estes, 10 cents IN FIVE ACTS 20 cents Wait for our wagon. We think

morning dip in the surf, followed bya Jacksonville; Mike Reese, New York;
will like ice.
direct drive the delicious breakfast served in Gus' B. M. Caldwell, H. W. Caldwell, Winter you our
dining room. Park; L. E. Carpenter, W. G. Her-

speed can be varied The guests of the slumber party re- rin, J. R. Gregnas, G. O. Shepherd,
turned to their homes this morning. Atlanta; W. A. Fishbaugh, Tampa; I
from low to They were: Misses Olive Miller, Flor- Donald Gardner, Tavares; John M. ROOf GARDENTODAY [ i : The New Ice Company111111111111111111'IIIIIII.tllllllllllllll"II..llllt j :

high ence Clark, Thelma Young, Ethel Carlisle, Gainesville; W. B. Vander- I
Gross, Eleanor Hatch, Barbara and grift, Philadelphia; J. Q. Adams, N. '
with exceptional 1 Reba Crow, Trilla and Elise Baze C.; W. B. Shaw, Baltimore; J. B. An- I .

more, the hostesses, and Marie Barks- nenry, Knoxville.

smoothness. Ob dale, the guest of honor.-Tropical
viously these features --0- THE GRAND

BARACA-PHILATHEA. Maud Allan, ranking with her bosom
are the direct Miss Lila Keller, of Jacksonville, friend, Pavlowa, as one of the : : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;

has just been appointed state secre two greatest dancers in the world, RABID RABBITHUNT"
result of close careful tary for Florida for the World-Wide will be seen as the star of a specially
Baraca-Philathea Union in the placeof elaborate motion picture production,

manufacturing Miss Marie Sanders, of Arcadia, "The Rug Maker's Daughter," which Cartoon Comedy.
resigned. Bosworth (Inc.), in association withthe
Miss Sanders resigned this position Oliver Morosco Photoplay com

because she felt that all of her time pany, will present at the Grand the "PATHE NEWS'All
was needed to fill the office of secretary atre tonight.
' The Wheelbase is of the Florida BaracaPhilatheaUnion. In the thrilling scene where Forrest the Happenings of the world
Stanley throws his jailer over his I
Miss Keller is a member of the head in making his escape from the I -
110 inches Senior Philathea class of the First dungeon in Constantinople, five differ The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN 1 Insurance Loans Real Estate i :

Presbyterian church and is recognizedas ent actors resigned the part of the I
one of the most faithful and ener jailer before one could be found with The One-Price Theater Rentals

getic workers in the Baraca-Philathea stamina enough to make the fall. The
work and has helped materially in hold by which Stanley secures this
building up the work in this state. sensational fall is known by Wrestlersas ,II Onyx Clock given away at nine

Her many friends will be pleased to "the flying mare," and was taught o'clock tonight.
know of her selection to this impor him by a world's champion wrestler.It .
I tant office and wish for her every suc is undoubtedly picturesque, but its -
cess in developing the Philathea Bibleclass great danger to the victim practically
00f. work in Florida. debars it from competition unless 10 cents 5 cents ESTABLISHED 1886 .- 1
$850. --0- there is bad blood between the con
ORLANDO GUN CLUB. "The Rug Maker's Daughter" i is Monday night: "House Divided"

Next Thursday afternoon at the Maud Allan's first appearance uponthe
o. b. OrlandoPMllips Country Club grounds the Orlando screen. IMIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIMttMillllHHMIiltilHHMIt
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Gun Club will hold its first beginners'

match. This match was to have oc NEW SODA FOUNT AT McELROYPHARMACY .
curred yesterday afternoon but on ac "*
count of the fact that the trap which

released the clay pigeons worked badly A handsome
new soda fountain is
I most of the numbers on the pro soon to be installed in the cool drink Melts in Your Mouth
were failures.
department of the McEIroy Phar-
About fifty people were out yes macy. The new fountain will be sixteen :-
terday, and it is hoped the officers
by feet in length, will be of a strict-
and members of the dub that an even ly sanitary type and will give to this DAILY BULLETIN .
larger attendance will be
present next concern one of the most up to date .
Thursday. The officers of the club services in the city.
for this year are: C. G. Westcott, PEACH .
president; J. D. Barnes, secretary, VANILLA
and T. H. Evans treasurer.
WANTED-Insurance solicitors. Ap- PINEAPPLE
GOLF AT THE ply No. 3 West Pine street, Satur- Lemon Ice Grape Ice
COUNTRY CLUB. day morning from 8 to 12 o'clock. PISTACHIO A
The usual number of golfers spentthe Liberal contract. 8-13-lt CHERRY ,

Thursday half holiday on the CARAMEL
An ad.
in the Morning Sertirel l is a
Country Club links yesterday. The safe investment.
club management is keeping the
course in fine shape, and improvements We deliver from one quart up

are continually being made.
Next Thursday the seventh of the
& series of summer golf tournamentswill
be staged at the club, and a large PROGRAM

crowd is expected--to-be present. Broncho.3-"The Big Reels Disillusionment-5 of Hand's Pure Ice CreamPhone

SOCIETY NOTESOF Jane." A drama, in two parts.
INTEREST.Dr. Beauty. "Oh, Daddy." Featuring

Sons and Mrs. J. N. McEIroy, of Orlando : Virginia Pathe. Kirtley."New Exploits Comedy.of Elaine"- 566 and 666F

passed through the city yesterday "The Watching Eye." The 17th epi-
sode of this thrilling play. Will be
en route to HendersonviHe, N.
here today. Don't miss it.
C., to join their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Admission: adults lOCo, children 5c .


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Taft, Fla., Aug. 11.-Mrs. Almira Travellers who are accustomed to What do you

Hill and granddaughter, Isabella, J. take passage in the Empire State Express FOR SALEWill
ExcursionCoast A. Simms, and N. McKain were on the Black Diamond Express, or hope for in a
business in Orlando .
Friday.Mr. trains between
I any of the super-fast
J. II. Estes started on his tripto will be inter- varnish ?
New York and Chicago, I
New York state Friday morning to that the running ofa II I II
ested in knowing 4
? the of the land of offer for sale for few
enjoy( ) pleasures special train between Syracuse and II I a days
vu frosts, cloudbursts, floods, etc., etc.,
of about
Rochester, a distance eightyone -
for a short time, when he will gladly miles, in one hour and forty-eight II I the property corner Orange Avenue,
hustle back to the land of perpetual
Coast Line minutes, in 1870, was considered "re- I
sunshine, flowers, and lovely gentle markably fast running. 'ONUiJTRO Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

breezes: where a hearty welcome On the occasion referred to, Jim
Standard Railroad of the South awaits him and his estimable wife. Wood, a popular and reliable engineer I the skating rink property, for $26,000.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller are up
Round trip rates from from Tampa to spend a few days withus I handled drawing the the throttle special of car a of locomotive the- $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year

ORLANDO in the pleasure spot of Florida. directors. It contained a party of i4RiWSHESN I and interest six
at cent.
They are guests at the Nelson House. per
officials and occasion
railroad was N
Washington, D. C. ______$22.00 Joe Ahik is spending a few daysin
Norfolk, Va. ___________ 20.00 town with his family. All right, taken to test the speed over what"was j.
then still called the "new road
Richmond, Va__________ 20.00 Joe, come often. as When you buy varnish for your
distinguished from what is now the floors you hope that it will improvethe
Baltimore Did--________ 24.00
Rev. W. E. Murphy, formerly a res-
of those floors and
I I Auburn branch of the Central rail- appearance
of Taft but of that will be durable. C. A. HOVEY
Round Trip Rates from ident now in charge road. Even as late as 1870 forty it

JACKSONVILLE'Vilmington the First Baptist church of Port Tam- miles an hour was regarded as high Unfortunately much that is sold for
arrived in town Monday for a floor varnish won't realize that hope
N. C. ______$12.00 pa short visit. speed for regular express trains, and for you.Lawson's.

Winston-Salem, N. C. ___ 14.00 the average speed was probably near- Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
Mrs. Mabel Jensen, of Jacksonville,
Hot Springs, Va________ 18.50 er thirty-five miles an hour. In these a wonderful deep lustrous finish. It is
who has ben visiting her mother,Mrs. easily applied because it works easily. It
Roanoke, Va ___________ 16.25 I more rapid days, "spurts" at hte rate is unequalled! for durability and will not
Hill returned home last week.J. .
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust-
Chattanooga, Tenn _____ 13.80 I of seventy miles an hour are not uncommon free in from five to seven hours and gets '
Monteagle, Tenn _______ 15.05 A. Simms was a business callerin and time cards call for a hard in twenty-four hours. The bvdarket

Mammoth Cave, Ky_____ 17.95 Orlando Monday. speed of a mile a minute between cer- As capacity for economy.that is wonderful.Lustro has a covering

Warm Springs, Ga. _____ 9.00 Among the recent guests registering tain points.-Rochester Democrat and Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
at the Nelson House were M. J. Chronicle. Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatIS-
Tickets Sold August 11-Limit Hotchkiss, Tarpon Springs; C. E. Wil- factory.

August 29. son and E. B. Horn, Brunswick, Ga.; WILL BE ONLY ONE REPORT Made by Valentine & Co. FRESH AND SALT HEATS
Kept under the best conditions.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller, Tampa, and Manufacturers of sanitary
W. Harrington.Mrs. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freab
For Information Call on Chicago.-The federal commissionof VALSPAR and
II. W. and Mr. and and pore. .
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. Vogler industrial relations will submit VAL-ENAMEL
Mrs. A. S. Rice, of Auburn dale, were We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. only one report to congress, it was
in town the first of the week lookingup >> everything in the Meat Line
Orlando announced today. The report, how
their little west of
property a
ever, will incorporate the several All to be
town, with a view of improying it, opinions of board members. Daily had atFINLEY'S FE.1'sI.Self & Co.
and settlement.Mr. PIONEER PAINT
probably conferences will be held at the com- PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER i L. Guddy is taking the census mission's headquarters to expedite the STORE
of our city. We expect when the final task. Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.

;count comes in that we will be up in -

.I.the city thousands of the second for population class, as, possiblya strange : ARE YOUR CHILDREN LEARNING MUSIC?

II things are happening every day.
These vacation
W. D. Burkam and family, of Kis- days should be used to interest the

Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" simmee, were guests of R. F. Safford children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish

over Sunday.Mr. to JacksonvilleAND everything in music and musical instruments. Music refines -
and Mrs. J. J. Newell and fam-
elevates and trains the mind for the
RETURN more strenuous
ily, of Orlando, were guests of Mr.
HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP and Mrs. A. L. Wright last Sunday. duties of life.

$7 .00 \V. S. BRANCH,

ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. Zellwood, Fla., Aug. 11. Mrs. Robert -
Including meals and berth
I Letsinger and children are visiting I

I Mr. Letsinger's parents, Mr. and Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days SKATING RINKLADIES'
Mrs. E. W. Letsinger, of the Tennessee -

Phone 204
| Miss Trumbo, of Cincinnati, is hereon

a visit to her brother, Mr. tW. O.I OSCEOL.AJLeaves : : : SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
Trumbo I of Live Oak Camp. Miss 4

Trumbo months in expects Florida.to spend several Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30: A. MeA -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

Orlando Motor Miss Jessie Gardner, who is visiting combination daylight and searchlight trip INSTRUCTORS.Open .

Car ExchangeS. relatives fine time in climbing Shawsville mountains, Va., reportsa and of 400 miles through the heart of Florida 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

B. Hutton, Mgr. state.enjoying the cool weather in that Clyde St. Johns River LineWHAT Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

Miss Edith Reeves, of Apopka, has
Corner Main and East Pine been visitng Mrs. Pat Miles this week. -- --- --- --- ..

She goes from here to make a visit in ADMISSION 10 CENTS

WE BUY AND SELL USED Orange City. u l I I I l li I .

CARS Our new hotel is nearing completion -

and will soon be in readiness for .

Fords A SpecialtyOne winter visitors. It is quite an addi-

tion to our little community.Mrs. ;; M ;;j.SectionlalB o kcasesIii ORLANDO ROOFING
L. C. Gregory, of Winter Gar- ;

Ford Touring Car, rebuilt, den, is here on a visit to relatives and ANL

repainted, shock absorbers, elec- friends. We are always glad to see

tric lights, guaranteed to be in Mrs. Gregory back in Zellwood.Mr. I ii SHEET METAL CO.

first class condition.One Percy Pike and family have

Ford Touring Car, electric moved to Zellwood.We t \ -
lights, etc. A Bargain at $250. need some houses for rent in / s -- Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Zellwood. There is need for at least ,

One Ford Touring Car, $225. two at the present moment, and thisis and Rubber Roofings

u _
not our busy season. i ,r
See Mr. HuttonCorner Miss Mabel Houston has just returned -
from a house party at Wekiwa %"1 gift could be a finer" Cornices Skylights .Dealing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
Pine and Main Street to the intelligence I .
where she having
reports a
Springs of the recipient than a care I
fine time. The party consisted of fully selected Globe-Wernicke Works: 14 E. Church St. = ORLANDO
Bookcase? That it can be added
Misses Erin and Clara Paschal, Miss to.a unit at a tune,as the library -
A. B. Cook & Co. Frances McCamy, of Orlando, and I grows will be keenly appreciated
by one of literary taste. In many boom
Miss Mabel Houston, and was chap-
I It a a,pleasant Holiday cuwom to
30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. eroned by Mrs. Paschal. proem a sufficient number of GlotwWenucke -, i -
nookc.se..coos.to accommodat 1.
*the new addition to the bprary.
BELL THE CHILDREN ,% Globe-Werrucke Bookcases made in.e.eraldrr.r.otarylcsthetlmshebeing
Dealers in Real Estate, Investments I carefully selected and applied to pro t g14 Tops, Cushions ,
duce those barmonuing color*in which
and Business Oppor- We did not intend to say a word the natural(rain of the wood shows to i tl
the best.advantage.*' Curtains
tunities. about cutting the weeds, but since a Celluloids, Bows

child was lost In the wilds of Scab

Holler a few days ago, it is a live

REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS subject. After a search of several OSCAR\ PAINTING

hours, Dr. Taylor found the little fellow & I
i HAND 't .
in a weed patch unable to extri-

LOANS cate himself. After this, the people SON

MORTGAGES living in that vicinity should either 1 I

BANK STOCKS I 1 cut the weeds or bell the children.- Orlando Top & Trimming Co.

TIMBER ;Hume (Mo.) Telephone.Read .
Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE Mgr.
the Morning Sentinel for the
news. lOc. a week delivered. i

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B. Worthington Blackman

r m I The Morning Sentinel Want 4 West Pine Sreet 617
Directory is the Greatest
ORLA DO. Want Room 14, Yowell-Duckwortb
Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161
f I
Terms Cash in Adrance. I Building

;Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime I RATES I II I

For One Day ______________23t
I For Three Day ____________50c DAVIS
; For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$2.50 FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW
1 I t This rate applies on all ads of
i 25 words or less. If the ad contains ,
more than 25 words the rate
I will be one cent per word for Phone 172 Phone 72
t each additional word, for each in-

I I. sertion.If you can't bring your ad to Room Watkins Block I Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
s opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.

I II i I Every Home-Every Business- J. M. CHENEY J Victor Starbuck
Every Man haa use for a
I Sentinel Want Ad.

87 161
i MULES FOR SALE Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.

Pair nice mare mules in good condi- Bldg.
'I tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul-
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
I P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc
F. A.
ness. Price $125 if sold quick. Ad-
dress 522 S. Lake street. 8-ll-3t* and CONTRACTORPhone

FOR SALE-5 acres orange, grape- 37
fruit, pecans, three-fourths mile Phone 716
from city, on Pine Castle road. Bar-
gain for quick sale. S. B. Perkins, Rooms 2 and 3- J
Orlando, R. F. D. No. 1. 8-11-3t*
All Ready for the PicnicMANY Yowell-Duckworth Bldg
FOR SALE-Or will exchange for
automobile or real estate of equiv- L. Percival Hutton
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly dress sound,Box young 615,, fast Lakeland, handsome., Fla. Ad- SURVEYINGPlating 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
and easily without tiring you out before you start It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I 8-11-St and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. 4
FOR SALE, AT A BARGAIN-A 20-I McNeillDavisBuilding, Orlando,
acre bearing orange grove; also, avery PROMPT: AND ACCURATE
New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a Pleasure I desirable residence, well' fur- WORK Florida.
nished, with attractive grounds and

} GAS COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.You I Osteen small bearing, Altamonte grove.Springs Apply, Fla.to J. W. HAL A. IRISH : Member F. A. A.W A
never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas 8-ll-3t*
I Range. And then if you wish to close the house for 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
mile from limits
one quarter city
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-; 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.


FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur-
GAS DEPARTMENTiiiiiiiiMMimiiiii nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A.
Knox. 7-9-tf Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL


-Roll top desk. Address')'I FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
H; care Sentinel. 8-ll-3tc
Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

WANTED-To make transformations,i I ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl.REP AmmO
................... .......... ............... ..............1 curls and switches from the comb-' .
ings of your own hear. By Mrs. E.
Roberts, 33 West Church street.

8-ll-3t BUYERS* AND SELLERSI M. O. Dove!! Cut Flowers

estate.buy,Have sell rent resided, and in exchange Orlando,Fla.real, and Plants

over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see me. & Son
OCOEE, FLORIDAAll 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Floral Designs

FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn
swings, and all kinds of carpenter -
work, go to Tracy & Moore 18.East
Church street. 7-25-lmoc .violet Dell florist.

the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 106 Grace StreetPhone .

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

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
work guaranteed and neat- Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating
The is the best time to set
rainy season
ly done. Our work is the best I
Oils and Greases. Our
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep and our prices are the lowest. wagonsare CLINT BASSPHONE
This is the place to have at service.
your always your
one year's growth in advance of trees set old clothes made new.

next fall. Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit West Jefferson Street

i dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Successor to
-- pressed _____________40c.
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Hand Wood CompanyWood

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

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL . . . . " i .

At the Exposition- i Dr. L. II. Ramsdell is spending to- .

day in Jacksonville lookin gafter bus- '
and anywhere else in the United States-the safest way to carry fl iness matters.Mr. .
"travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They are n,
accepted like currency at hotels,ticket offices, and the best stores and *
shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued in J. W. Jackson is among the Or- :
$10, $20, $50 and $100.
landoites spending today in Jackson-

"A ftlj ville. FOR EVERY \-

i .H BACheques: Mr. Geo. I. Russell left yesterday :
(American Bankers Association: t afternoon for Tampa and other points '

,, in the southern part of the state. $1OAWEEK

How much did you save last month '
in cash or Savings Checks? 812tff
"A.B.A.oc<ieJ"Cfwquu.It,1oclOMl'Otl wi/1 'I''I'k YOU SPEND
/ CtttThe Col. J. N. Bradshaw left yesterday ,

afternoon for Hot Springs, Ark., :
where he will spend some time.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Daniels, who ,
have been spending several weeks at ,
Daytona Beach, have returned to their '
home, 208 West street. YOU SAVE

Mr. J. R. Peebles, general manager :
of the Tavares & Gulf railroad, has
$10 A YEAR
z returned from Cincinnati, Ohio, where '
he went to accompany his father.

SKATING RINK, masquerade car- ,
it nival, Friday night. 8-ll-3tc

I Miss Clare Messer left yesterdayfor ,

while Daytona before where continuing she will her visit journeyto fora I IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS[

Concord, N. H.

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mahon, who I,
have been residing at 714 Division
street, left yesterday afternoon for
Jacksonville where they will reside. .
State Bank of Orlando (t

Miss Helen Pratt.left yesterday
afternoon for Pass-a-Grille, where she The Peoples National BankPACKARD

will spend several days enjoying the
delightful gulf breezes and excellent .
b bathing.

How much did you save last monthin

"ELDER" Spring WaterIS cash or Savings-Checks? 812tfDr. I I

P. Phillips was those
departing yesterday afternoon over .t . . .. . . . . . . . . . .+**. t
the Atlantic
Coast Line. His destination
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD was Hot Springs, Ark., where he nut. > nm .1.11.1..11111..1.1. ...

will spend the next two weeks.

Phone WRIGHT 444
Mrs. K. R. Tedder and Mr. R. :\1.
Carver, who have been visiting rela- Wins Grand
TRY Better TRY
tives and friends in Orlando, left yesterday -
afternoon for their home in

Welborn Fla.Deposit Prize at San FranciscoThe

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your Savings Checks and<
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
.,1 you. 8-12-tf
only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan- ,
Mr. J. M. Sligh left yesterday morn- ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor I
ing over the Atlantic Coast Line for
both awarded to PACKARD.It .
Cleveland, Ohio, where he will spend were
three weeks with friends and looking is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-

"." after business matters. ties of permanent success that are back of the new

Mr. Walker Reid left yesterday afternoon -

for Parrish, in Manatee coun-
ty, where Mrs. Reid has been visitingher Packard Twin-Six

parents for some time, and will
ANNOUNCEMENTThe remain in that section until the first
of September.

following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effec- J

tive August 2 1915: Deposit your Savings Checks and '
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for San Juan Garage Company !

Ford Runabout ________$390.00 I you. 8-12-tf ,

Ford Touring Car______ 440.00 Miss Flora Middleton, of Miami,
Ford Town Car ________ 640.00No who has been the guest of Mrs. R. D. Orlando-Daytona

Keene, at her home on South Lake ,' .
speedometer included in this year'sequipment DISTRIBUTORS : (
street, for the past two weeks, left
cars fully equipped.
yesterday afternoon for Jacksonville

.... There can be no assurance given againstan where she will visit friends before returning " .+++.+ ..+< . ,.+++
iiiiinii\ '-
advance in these prices at any time. Magic City.

F. G. RUSH ';. Mr. Roscoe Nettles, a former popu- IIIIIIIIIIII II miiiiiiMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMiitiiiiiitiiiiiWho

32 East Church Street Phone 226 I lar young man of Orlando, now one I I.A

of through Tampa's Orlando successful yesterday citizens afternoon, passed: Will Be Your Executor? ,

en route to Chicago. Mr. Nettles will

purchase a touring car and intends SWER XO. 2
driving through from the Windy Cityto
be materially impaired as a
Tampa. Your estate may
direct result of the appointment of an executoror ;
t 1
J. . . . . Skating Rink. Masque carnival to- trustee.
night. First prize for best make-up, When an individual is appointedThe :-
$3.00; second prize. one week free .
skating. Admission lOc. 8-12-1 financial responsibility is generally weaker.It

is usually' provided in wills that the person + +F.r Yf r war n
W. S. Branch, a well known citizenof nominated to serve as executor shall be excused ,
Orlando, has been calling on Tam- from giving bonds.
pa friends the past few \Ir.
When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense ,
AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs Branch is engaged in the book and
of the estate, and then only partial secu-
: music business at Orlando, but finds
time to do some excellent newspaper rity against loss is provided. t ag 1
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis work writing bright paragraphs for When a Trust Company is selected-

a certain period in the lives of most of us when our the Sentinel of that city and news I The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
: correspondence for the Jacksonville .
is secured.A
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with 1 Times-Union.-Tampa Tribune.
Diamonds.A : I bond which has behind it the entire financial
strength of the Institution is always filed with
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of In a local mention yesterday we the Probate Court* "i mst to the estate.
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. :, spoke of Mr. C. A. Cochran, superin- issue
tendent of the Eola Packing Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent
May we pilot matrimonial bark? company, .
your .
of Orlando, as being a buyer, and of this: newspaper.
:. could be interviewed at the Crutch-

field & Woolfolk Packing company's t Come in any time and freely ask for further
plant. Mr. Cochran is not a buyer, t information on this vitally important subject.
but is interested in the CrutchfielJ & I i You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
Woolfolk plant to the extent of advise.
H equipment glad to .
T. H. EVANS etc. and will be in Arcadia foi ;

thirty days or more.-Arcadia News. f
The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

.JEWELER Doctors i

,, Biickinaster & Brundage Orlando, Florida

OSTEOPATHS Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
: Personal instruction under Dr. Still ,
I at Kirksville, Mo.
: 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
; .II'II.IIIIII"'I"'I"1'1'1" National Bank. Phone 578. M .sum' "I.tHUS. '"." .S." as sass.. ills.-' <

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