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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 14, 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, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1915. NUMBER 159.

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" TROOPS ARE RUSHED TO BROWNSVILLE ;






GERMANS CRUSH RESISTANCE IN EASTWAR




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DEPT. ORDERS OUT Will : Girls RUSSIANS BEING FORCED
Impeach' Dixie Highway CommissionersMay 'Apopka

ONE REGIMT INFANTRY, FROM: SECOND LINE


, TWO ARTILLERY Alabama !I Send In Separate Reports Get Lost On OF DEFENSE



4 TEXAS ClIYIdinOFLOOIG Sec'y I -- Picnic BIELSTOK I S BEING EVACUATED
Tampa, Aug. 14.-That S. A. Belcher straight north from Ocala and Gainesville -

of Miami, and G. W. Saxon, of Tal- into Georgia, without touching
I
From General Funston I lahassee, Fla., commissioners of the Tallahassee, and to come no further
Report of Ostrolenka
Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 14.-The I Apopka, Fla., Aug. 14.-Last Sunday Important City
Dixie Highway Association, will make south than Kissimmee, thence cutting
Brownsville Liable to
Says committee to investigate
majority appointed I afternoon three ladies Has Already Been Occupiedby
young
separate reports to the association on across to the East Coast.In .
Be Attacked by Armed the charges made against from started with horse
Apopka out Austro German
I August 20, regarding the western reply Mr. Saxon has informedMr.
Mexicans Secretary of State Purihoy, reported I and visit Rock
buggy to Springs and
route of the Dixie highway in Flori- Belcher that he believes a serious Armies
to the legislature this afternoon rec- the wild fastness that surrounded
da, is believed here, as the result of mistake would be made to disregard see
ommending his impeachment. I the place and to have afternoon of
Washington, Aug. 14.-A report recent correspondence between the I the work of the Central Florida highway -I an London Aug. Semi-official advices
is with
Purihoy charged ,
Secretary I
real all themselves. Everything
pleasure by
from General Funston indicating that two commissioners, copies of whichare j Association, on account of the -
paying $1,000 to James Nunnelee, secretary i went well for awhile but tonight indicate that the Rus-
,
there is a possibility that armed on file with Secretary L. P. Dickie fact that this association is a large : ,
of state, and with a shortage finally to wonder if sians have given all hope of holding -
they
forces of Mexicans might attempt to I of the Central Florida Highway and representative body of citizens, egan some up
in his funds while in of the
charge one had moved the spring, as they their second line of fortifications
: Browns- ,
attack and loot the city of Association. and that if its recommendations are I
state treasury. This shortage was could find it.
ville, Texas caused the war depart- I Under date of August 5, Commis- turned down the good roads move- not They wandered on I and I I the Bug front must be given up.
subsequently made good. and continued their search in vain and
ment late this afternoon to order a sioner Belcher wrote Commissioner ment is likely to be given a serious i iI Bielstok, a vital railroad junction
the search for the ,
regiment of infantry and two batter- Saxon that he was opposed to the I! setback. I finally giving up
BASEBALL RESULTS between Grodno and Brest-Litovsk, is
in then started I II
ies of artillery to be rushed to that route laid out by the Central Florida Prominent members of the Central spring despair they to
I return home. reported as being evacuated before
Highway Association for the western II Florida Highway Association are now I

city.The infantry regiment is to be selected Southern League branch of the Dixie highway in Flor- at work in an effort to get Mr. Belcher I After driving for some time they. the advance of. the German army
:Mobile 0 Atlanta 3.
,
then discovered that lost I
by General Bell from the 7,000 ida. :Mr. Belcher suggested as a> to change his views, but whether they were from Lomza.
New Orleans 3, Birmingham 6. ';and could not tell which to
troops at Texas City, and the artil- counter proposition that the western I they have any chance of success is not : way go. Bielstok is 45 miles east of Lomzaon
Memphis 4, Little Rock 2. Their efforts to reach home'
lery will be sent from Fort Sill, Okla- branch of the Dixie highway go known here. i again the
rain. ', Warsaw-Petrograd railroad
Nashville-Chattanooga, were continued until darkness gathered -
homa. One battery will be field artillery -
National League ;i around them and they were and is one of the points from which ;

and the other will be a howitzer Pittsburgh 4-0, Cincinati 5-6. forced to give up and pitch for a branch line runs to BrestLitovsk.With .
camp
battery. GUY W. METCALF GIVES :$$3,000 BONDS VOTED FOR
" General Funston sent the department Brooklyn 5, New York 1. the night. Then it was that their the report of Bielstok being

St. Louis 12, Chicago 2. evacuated the that the ;
I lunch basket, matches and other trinkets comes news

"..\1, day. several lengthy dispatches to Philadelphia 9, Boston 0. BAIL OF $$1 ,000 APOPKA} SCHOOLS l!, came to hand, so pitching tent Germans have occupied Ostrolenka,

their American League i by the side of a lake they settled which is the last Russian fortified position
Immediately following reporta I
Cleveland 34fSt.. Louis 42. I'down to await the dawn of a new day on the Narrew, and have com- i
for the chiefsof
conference was called
departments and shortly after an Chicago 3, Detroit'5. TO APPEARDEPOSED YESTERDAYSPECIAL I(before making another attempt to get plete control of the entire Narrew '.

New York 9, Philadelphia 5. .home. front. a
order for the dispatch of reinforce-
Boston 4, Washington 3. The families becoming alarmed, The Russians are retreating from

ments The was war issued.department declined to Federal League POSTMASTER OF II SCHOOL DISTRICT I started out to search for the lost Ostrolenka and are in a perilous po i

give out General Funston's messages, Pittsburgh 4, Brooklyn 0. WEST PALM: BEACH TO CARRIES BOND ISSUE,. I girls and finally located them and piloted sition.
Buffalo 0-8, Kansas Ctiy 6-2. I them safely back to home and Their natural line of retreat is cutoff 1
but it was learned that they advised VOTE 35 TO 5
Baltimore 3-3, Chicago 7-1. ANSWER CHARGES I I civilization. The arrival of the by a German army at Malkin, a
the department that the people of
Newark 1, St. Louis 3. j searching party was indeed welcomedby railway junction due south of Ostro- I
Brownsville are clamoring for pro- ''
tection. Claimed He Sold Stamped Envelopes Money Will Be Used for School the frightened yirls who vow never lenk, and their retreat on Bielstok is 1

The state department gave out the THE WEATHER Unlawfully, and 1 Improvements, Additions to i jto start upon another such trip with- menaced by Germans operating from

For Florida: Rain Sunday; strong cut a guide who is familiar with the Lomza. ::1
Grounds and Addition
text of the "appeal" of the United Used Government I
\ east winds over south portion, prob- country and who can deliver them The German campaign in Poland is 1
and the six Latin-American
States republics Musical Course
to the political and military ably reaching gale force; northeast Money !I back home again before the sunlight gaining such momentum that a very 1

winds over central and north portions, ''fades to darkness in the west. few days should see an attack on 1
leaders of :Mexico to meet on neutral
increasing sfowiy.BRAZILIAN West Palm Beach, Fla., Aug. 14. By a vote of thirty-five to five the I BrestLitovsk.The .
territory and agree upon a constitu- I I '
tional reconstruction of the republic.The Information was received in this city voter of the Apopka special school speed at which developments

appeal suggests ten days as a today that Guy I. Metcalf, the deposed I I district yesterday authorized the issuance ITALIAN GOVERNMENTS have come during the last few days Q
MINISTER IS indicates, according to military experts -
:. reasonable time in which to answer, I postmaster of the West Palm'' of bonds to the amount of I ''1
that the eastern campaign is
but it is provided that this time limitis Beach postoffice, appeared before U. $3,000 for school improvement pur- TO FIX PRICEI nearing its close. 1 J
subject to "prorogation" or exten- IN DANGER |
Ewan in Miami
Commissioner J. W. poses. '1
sion for good cause: I _
Wednesday, to answer to the violation The members of the local school London, Aug. 14.-A fierce German 3

Monterey Suggested as City for ABOARD U. S. NAVAL VES- of sections f08 and 225 of the board for the Apopka district express SPECULATORS CANCEL attack in the Argonne, in a drive on A ;

the Conference code. He waiveda great gratification that the election j BIG ORDERS WHEN Verdun, and great activity on the J
United States penal
SEL WHICH IS IN STORM turned out as it did. *
Yser front where the Germans for
,
Washington, Aug. 14.-It has been PLAN IS KNOWN ;:
preliminary hearing and was released W. G. Talton, Wm. Berry, and J. J.
learned that the constitutional confer- ON THE GULF I forty-eight hours kept up a violent i
on a $1,000 bond to appear be- Anderson, the gentlemen who com- bombardment is reported tonight.The .
ence suggested by the appeal if ma- ,
fore the United States court in Miami, pose the board, state that as soon as Big Smash in Prices Followedthe of the German
crown 1
terialized, would probably be had at army
Sacramento Overdue is Bringing April 28 1916.According the bond is available' the workof
,the city of Monterey. money Action of Exporters; prince is engaged in most serious op-
Brazilian Minister'to' Mexicoto to the records of the improvement will be put under (
erations according to advices from
. If the conference fails, the result Market Dropped on ,
Confer With President United States court in Miami, former i tI
the front
will be reported back to the Pan- i way.Part Sept. Deliveries and it is believed that he
American conference and some new .Wilson Postmaster Metcalf charged with of the money will be expendedin I has been heavily reinforced. ,
violaitng section 208 of the United making a substantial ,addition to I -
action will be taken.If I
'l<< States penal coda by unlawfully disposing the school building. The grounds are j Chicago.-A plan of the Italian TAMPA FIREMEN LAY CABLE J
this the action it is stat-
comes, New Orleans, Aug. 14.-Somewhere .
of 1,000 stamped envelopes of, to be improved and beautified. A government to fix maximum grain
ed, will not be joined in by the Latin-
on the Gulf of Mexico the American the postoffice department. In the much needed addition to the school
I Fla. Three electricians ,
American republics if it contemplatesthe I .prices or otherwise stop speculation Tampa, city -
gunboat Sacramento is battling witha violating sectiA 208 of the United I grounds will be provided for by the assisted three members from
i by :
use of physical force for the coercion i was given here tonight as the reason
of Mexico. heavy storm in an effort to bring States penal code he is accused of purchase of adjoining property. !' the fire department, stretched one of J.
!for the action of in suddenly
exporters -
converting $25 of the order Another which is
money improvement the finest cables the
The state department officials the Brazilian minister, Jose Mancel ever put across 1
say fund belonging to the United Statesto planned is the addition of a music cancelling during the last forty-
Hillsborough river for the of the
: that if it should be demonstrated Cardoza de Oliveira, to confer with use .j jjj
that his own use. course to the school curriculum. The eight hours contracts for some two fire alarm wires. The cable is 430 ".
_ the present plan has failed, the
Wilson the Mexican
President *
on an-
only thing the president could do Apopka school is a junior high school, million bushels of wheat purchased in feet long and is composed of ten pairs I
archy. ORDERLY RETREAT DIFFICULT and under the able direction of Prof.E. 1
of conductors and is steel wire
would be to recognize either Carranzaor the United States. twenty
Late tonight the Sacramento had FOR RUSSIANS W. Fly and his six efficient as- armored This
weighing 4,800 pounds. i
Villa and strict
apply a embargo i
cancellation
i The announcement of the -
reached the mouth of the river sistants, will enter what
not soon upon cable will take the place of the lead
against the faction not recognized. 1
where she was due at sunset, and Austria Headquarters, via London. promises to be the brightest and most caused wheat prices to break covered cable placed there little
a
Any other action, they would '
say nothing has ben heard from her. -Despite the interference, the Rus- successful year in its history. .wildly here, the downward plunge at more than a by the electric 1
demand session of year ago
a special
congressif one time amounting to as much as
Port officials here believe that she sians are offering the AustroGermans -
department, which cable will be taken '
the president intends to use force )
may have been blown from her course.C. in the east and south, the Rus- CARRANZA CAUSE OF BANDIT i four to four and one-eighth cents a from the river the
as soon as connec-
1
time between and the
any now regu- bushel, smashing the market to $1.07
sians are being jammed and crowded RAIDS (
tions with the
cable
new are made.
lar session in December.Aeroplanes.
G. OLDFATIIER ELECTED CITY together in a mass, whose orderly re- San Antonio, Texas.-Constituted for September delivery. !

CLERK ST. AUGUSTINE j treat is becoming more and more dif authorities in Mexico who are Car-

ArePopular ficult. ranzza followers are responsible for ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW FOR J. Thrift Day Is

: St. Augustine, Fla.-C. G. Oldfather -I On the southern wing the enveloping the bandit outrages in the Rio Grande CAMPBELL WILL BE

was yesterday afternoon elected allied forces again have inflicted severe country, according to a verdict of a ERECTED

city clerk and auditor by the city com- blows and driven the Russian committee of prominent citizens head- Observed 1

mission. :Mr. Oldfather will assume : rear guards in upon their main body. ed by Captain John Gerner, who madea Work will be commenced Monday ,

his duties shortly. He is one of the I The Prussian Guard corps in the report today to Governor Ferguson upon an attractive bungalow, of the

Washington, Aug. 14.-Secretary best known abstract men in the state fighting in the difficult swamp and and army officers. The committee Kentucky type, at 606 West Central San Francisco, Aug. 14.-For the

Daniels declared today there was an ;and has been in charge of a big abstract -. scrub country west of the Bug river, I called on the governor at Rockport ;avenue, for J. Campbell. The bungalow first time in American history Thrift t.

overwhelming sentiment for a large f business here. He is popularand ,has broken the Russian resistance and and the executive arranged for the I' will be of six rooms and of Day was celebrated Thursday. The a

accelerated I conference in San Antonio with Gen- frame construction and will be quite day was set aside in compliance with
increase in submarines and aircraft. his appointment meets with gen- Field Marshal von Mack-

"The people in inland states par- eral approval. ''ensen's whole advance against Brest- eral Funston.Mr. .'an addition to that section when com- a proclamation from Governor John-

ticularly seem to have come to the Laurence Pomar, city clerk, retired Litovsk. :: Garner told the officials that :pleted. Mr. J. L. Long is the con- son calling on the people of California t

conclusion the committee believed the Carranza tractor in charge of the work. to co-operate with the Thrift Day
that here should be substantial from office. The position of city

f large increases in submarinesand I:'clerk is abolished under the new char- i I ORLANDO. ST. CLOUD forces were preparing to invade Texasif propaganda being conducted by the 5

aircraft for our naval defenses," ter, the duties of auditor being added Americans again 'landed at Vera [ CLOSES PORTS TO SHIPS American Soceity for Thrift. j

said Secretary Daniels. "Ito the office. Mr. Pomar has rendered I I( At the Exposition grounds, on the Cruz. The celebration on the grounds of >Ii
I I Havana Cub the Panama-Pacific exposition
Much attention will be given pop- valuable service during his two diamond, Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 -Owing to reports con-
. ular o'clock WILL EXAMINE EASTL AND !|of the approach of a cyclone the captain sisted of addresses, the reading of
sentiment, the secretary said, in ;years incumbency, having completely the St. Cloud baseball team
framing the naval program, but more reorganized the office and systema- will cross bats with the Orlando team. Chicago.When the work of raising i' of the port today closed the port thrift greetings from notable Ameri- i

and stronger dreadnoughts also will tized it when he went in. This promises to be an exciting and ,I the steamer Eastland was stopped [to outgoing vessels. The indications cans, and the distribution of 50,000 i

be asked for. I A salary ordinance was passed, fix- 1 interesting game, as the Orlando boys !! by darkness last night it was an- 'tonight, however, are that Havana thrift buttons containing the American '.
'
"If we can not make them invulnerable ing the salaries of the city managerat hve been putting in some good work nounced that she had been raised 73 !will not be touched, but that possibly flag. :

," said Mr. Daniels, "we wantto $300 a month, the city clerk and recently. Last Thursday they defeated per cent. of the distance necessary to : some damage may be done at Pinar Among those who spoke were: David -

find out how to prevent {SSpedoes auditor,at $150, the city attorney at the Sanford boys with "Pop" Wal- right her. At dawn engineers will del Rio. Starr Jordan, Benjamin Ide

from sinking them." $75, the tax collector and treasurer at lace in the box. The St. Cloud aggre- j!begin an examination of the East- Wheeler, Mayor James W. Rolph, S.

The first meeting of the naval ad- $100, and the chief of police at $100. gation is also composed of some of (::land's interior. They subsequently :Music hath charms. We have the W. Straus, and Durand W. Springer, "t

visory board the best will be summoned before the music both popular and sacred. Cur- secretary of the National Education '
headed by Thomas A. i players in the state, and and federal (

Edison, will be held next month. Sentinel Want Ads Par. I good game will be the result. I I grand jury to report their findings. I tis & O'Neal, book and music store. Association.'JI' .
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At The ChurchesFIRST Voice in the Hills." At night,: "The AUSTRIAN SUBMARINE U-12 Mlliilliiillll
1111..1111111111..
Christian's Besetments and His Rem- SUNK
edy. Special music at each ser
vice. *
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH This Week Rome, via Paris.-It is announced
Sunday schpol'at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.
officially that the Austrian submarine
Monday, 3:30 p. m. Ladies' Aid So-
O'Neal superintendentMorning
,
service at 11; subject, The city in choral parlors. U-12 has ben torpedoed and sunk,
Cultivation of the Spiritual. Tuesday, 3:30 p. m. Sewing Circle with all hands, in the upper Adriatic ..
Evening service at 7:30; subject, meets with Mrs. Frederick A. Lowe, sea by an Italian submarine.The .
Education. on South West street.
Christ in r
announcement was made in a ;
Prayer service Wednesday eveningat Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Mid-week
statement issued the
7:30. prayer and testimony. by navy depart-
Rev. G. E. Guild will conduct all Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Quarterly ment, which added:
services. conference, postponed from last week. "This morning two Austrian torpedo -
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CHRISTIAN AND- -MISSIONARY boat destroyers bombarded Bari,
ALLIANCE MEN AND WOMEN SHOPPERS Santo Spirito and Molfetta (southern

Sunday, August 8, services as us Italy on the Adriatic). One civilian
ual. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.; Have you ever observed the actionsof was killed and seven were wounded.
preaching at 3:30 p. m.; mid-week
prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on a man and woman in a store? If There was no appreciable material
Thursday. Come and bring the children not, you have something to learn. damage."
especially to the Sunday schoolCHRISTIAN We spent a few minutes in a local

-SCIENCE store today, and this is what we saw: The U-12 was of the latest type of

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Services A man from the country strolled in, Austrian submarine. She was built
at 11 a. m.; subject, "Soul." greeted the proprietor with a breezy this year, and had a displacement of
i Wednesday evening service at 745. "Hello' ," remarked about the weather, 1,000 tons. She was 105 feet in
Thrid floor corner South Orange
avenue and Church street. Entrance crop prospects, the latest dog fight, '. length, 21 feet beam, and carried five 1916 ,
on Church street. and a few other important matters, torpedo tubes. Her maximum speedwas .
-0t and incidentally remarked he wanteda 18 knots above and 10 knots be-

t GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN curry comb. He took the first one low water.
! CHURCH
handed him tossed dollar the
Services Sunday, August 15, at 2 a on
! p. m., at Seventh Day.Adventist build counter, shoved the change in his CARRANZA SENDS TROOPS TO

. ing. West Central avenue. pocket without counting, helped himself LAREDO the BIGGEST Values of the Year
All Lutherans are invited.L.
f to an apple, leisurely followed his
Wambsganss, pastor.
,; nose to the street. Ten minutes latera Laredo, Texas.-According to reports -
-
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAl. CHURCH woman walked briskly in, handed received here today, one thousand -
(Colored) the clerk a smiling "good morning," I additional troops have arrived at
Corner Pine and Terry streets. and promptly requested to be shown :Neuvo Laredo to reinforce the garrison I
Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A.,
4 priest in charge. thus and so. She picked it up, felt there. All is quiet on the Amer-
Eleventh Sunday after Trinity. of it, held it up to the light, twistedit ican side of the Rio Grande.A I
Communion at 7:30 a. m. High mass turned it over, examined it from local Carranza paper in its issue .
at 10:30. Sunday school and chil.dren's today calls its readers
every vantage point, considered its upon to make
at 3 m. Solemn
evensong vespers and sermon at p. 730. price and rejected it. It was not just ready "to defend the national honor." r

Tuesday. Meeting of the Altar what she was looking for. Did the One hundred and thirty rifles and
Guild, at 5 p. m. clerk have anything else? He did. two hundred and sixty-four thousand

Wednesday. Communion at 7:30a. Three different something elses were rounds of ammunition, purchased .
m. Solemn evensong and litany at power
7:30 p. m.Friday. shown her without any better result. April last by Carranza representatives -

Confirmation class at 7 Then the light of the world returnedto are being held up by local cus- I
p. m. Choir rehearsal at 8 p. m. her first love tested it fondled it toms officials.
,
The motors have been enlarged to 3 7-8 inches in bore, and many
caressed it, told the clerk she

y Rev.FIRST Edward BAPTIST T. Poulson CHURCH, D. D., pas- "guessed it would do, though not exactly Montreat, among the tig mountainsof notable improvements. And the 4-cylinder motor develops 40-45

tor.Mr. what she wanted. She paid North Carolina, is unique. Private H. P., while the 6-cylinder develops 50-55 H. P. A
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent for its counted the change carefully, family has high class accommodationsfor
of the Sunday schooLA I
cordial invitation is extended the let her eyes roam over the store, took a few desirable adult guests. :
public to worship with us. note of numerous things she wanted Large, comfortable new house; run- They are.the FIRST cars of the POWER, size and quality ever

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. later on, and departed with a fund of ning water in each room; sleeping ,
Worship in the auditorium at 11 information stored up for her next porches; unexcelled home cooking. priced. so low.
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastor I
1.
visit. Women are born shoppers. Particulars, address "Birdwood," Box '
., in the pulpit. Good music at all ser-
vices. 27, Montreal, N. C. 5-16-S10t I ,
Young People's Society will meet
at 6:30 m. Miss Claudia DeLaney, ORTEGA CHARGED WITH UN A
p. ; You'll hear a man say "No, itdoesn't '
president. FAIRNESSNew pay me to advertise,as it
appeals I
Mid-week prayer and fellowship to too small a class of people." comfortThe
meeting, 7:30 Wednesday evening. .
And yet when the same man loses :
, All young people have a special invitation Orleans.-Dr. Juan J. Ortega, his bunch of keys he rushes to the .
to attend the popular Sunday I.Guatemalan minister to Mexico, who newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although .
: evening service. recently was expelled by General Car- he knows that in the whole : extreme COMFORT of the 1916 Studebaker Cars is note- : i
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f I I wide world there is only FIRST METHODIST CHURCII I..ranza, is charged, in a cablegram received who I
: can possibly be influenced by his worthy. Both has been increased in length. The Forty-H. P.
:' Corner Main and Jackson streets. here from Vera Cruz, signed '"Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it? :
( John B. Ley, pastor. by General Jesus Acuna, Carranza's I I FOUR to 112 inches. The Fifty H. P. SIX to 122 inches.
!, The usual Sunday services, to which Foreign minister, with having favored The hired girl has went-she was :
all are invited and at which all will
be made to feel a generous welcome. he enemies of the Carranza govern- hired, she was tired, she was fired; : Built for 7 passengers' COMFORT, the bodies are extraordinarilyroomy. I
: Bible school 9:45 a. m. ment. General Acuna also declares but smile-you can get another by I
: Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. that the president of Guatemala has using our want ad. column. : There is plenty. of leg-room everywhere. The cushions
i m., by the pastor.
: Senior League, 6:45 p. m. encouraged revolts against Carranza are, wider and deeper. And the folding seats in the tonneau,
, Subject of morning sermon, "God's along the Guatemalan border. news. lOc. a week delivered. :
which are simply cushioned, can be let down into recesses in the
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"When I talk to a man over the Long Distance .

Touring Car, 7-passenger ______. .______$ 885
it is like face to face with him. I.
Telephone being Roadster, -passenger __________________ .850 ,_

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. his confidence without loss of time. SLX-CYLINDER :MODELS AND PRICES V


Touring Car, 7-passenger. .______________$1050 .
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BACK TO THE TEXT I I WHY IS AN NO DISAGREEMENT SAYS FOSS KILLED ON RAILS 't a 1

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By Flora CathcartA I 1 We have always wondered what Boston, Mass.-Former Governor Harrisburg, PaA Pennsylvania I
little thrush thus sang to me: i9lbbW d 1&1
"I'm and be, I freak of destiny directed our foot- the II
gay happy as can Foss tonight refused the offer of railroad' train ran into a party of
Mjr home is in a rest ful tree, I steps in the thorny path they travel.It .
'Xeath roof of leaf screened sky. is with mixed feelings of pleasure, state board of conciliation and arbi- track hands east of Mount Union, Pa., -oectional Bookcases 1' f I
But if I had your household care, therefore that tration, which tendered its offices for killing six of them.Specials ,; I ,
Your nerve work with its wear and pride and remorse, we I ,1 .1
. tear, have perused the following essay on the settlement of the strike of em itLy; !

I'd 4f And then, despairing, die." culled from an exchange and slippedon pany. In a letter to the board Mr. 4 ; ,, 1 Il, 1

in tent life, womankind to you in the hope that it will inspire and *
Perhaps Foss, as president of the company, day MondayBest / 1i
, Now tired in body, soul and mind, your pity, if not your respect.
t May reach the heart of peace and I Here it is: said:
find, i
That simple life is best. I "Don't know how newspapers came "A large proportion of the employeswho Patent Flour- .

Pray, why should woman be a slave "to be in the world. I don't think God have left their places have been 24 pounds for __$1.00 and $1.10 .

To any house that wealth e'er gave, does for he ain't got nothing to say induced to do so by intimidation and 12 pounds for______ 55c and 60c 'F Tj -

And To thus earn prepare deserved a rest hurried? grave, about them and editors in the Bible.I between the employes and their em- I Salmon, tall pink can ___________lOc --_
think the editor is one of the miss- which I gJcouLfbe a 6ner1I h y4;
ployer no controversy exists Good Brooms for 25c., 35c. and 45c WHAT to the intelligence I i 4
We purchase all the shops can give, ing links you read of and stayed in requires the intervention of a third Evaporated Apples, 2 pkg for ____25c of the recipient than a carefully 1 1i
As if this were the way to life the bushes until after the flood, and party. What the circumstances de- .Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2lbs. selected Globe-Wermcke ,1tnilliilltlMiiiltlMnmMlliMMIItlMMMiilllliMilllMMIIIMIIMIim
And waste strength from morn Bookcase? be added
.That it
our can
till eve then came out and wrote the thing up mand, rather, is the discontinuanceof for --______________________25c to.*unit at*tune,as the library -- ,
Upon this earthly trash. and has been here ever since. I don't the activities of certain forces that Breakfast Bacon per pound, 18c. I grows will be keenly, appreciated i

Our furniture and bric-a-brac, think that he ever died. have come between the parties." 22c., and __________________25c l it by a one a al pleasant Uwiar?tut Holiday* la many CIWKMH home toprmcnt *
rack
Which keep our brains upon the "I never saw a dead one and never a aufAoeM munbcr al GtotWrnuck *- ]
Do they not drive us hard, alack! Scratch Feed, Grits and Meal, 9 *BookcaM Mctram to accoinOKxUt tf
I With never ceasing lash? heard of one getting licked. Our pa- GEORGIA BANKER ARRESTED Ibs for -____________________25c *ibe nc*addition*10 tb*library.GlobWcrrack .
per is a mighty good one; but the Bookcase arc mad*ta
California Peaches, Pears and ,
I several difF.r.m.tyk. the finuhe bean
We Encumbered women are with like much Martha serving, still, till editor goes without underclothes all Donielsville, Ga.-J. L. Reinhardt, Plums, per can ____________20c 14 r artfully tboae elected hannoninnf and applied colon in to which produce U 1
winter and don't socks and
We have no grace to do His will wear any former cashier of the Bank of Colbert Grape Juice per bottle, pints _____25c the the natural grain of the wood(bowt to p l

And play sweet Mary's part. .paw ain't paid his subscription since here, is under arrest today on a quarts --___________________50c bet.ad.aat.ee.r V : :,
Let us be free, what'er the cost. the paper started. I ast paw if that
Pure Ground Coffee __
18c
warrant charging him with embez- per pound 7'
Regain our health through ages lost, I was why the editor had to suck the
Escape from lives thus tempest tossed, zlement of the bank's funds. Accord- Ginger Ale, per dozen bottles __$1.25
And dwell at nature's heart. juice out of snowballs in winter and ing to the state bank examiner, the Smoked Bacon, per lb. -_________18c OSCAR
to bed when he had his shirt washtin
go alleged defalcation will be between Imported Lemons, per dozen ____20c HAND'I:
i
By an Orlando lady. Guess who? summer. An then paw took me out
$25,000 and $30,000. The bank, which
-- to the woodshed and licked me awful SON
has a capital' stock of $25,000, has ,
I Honest Weights and Measures
hard. If the editor makes a mistake
been closed as a result of the alleged
OH, YOU GOOD ROADS! !folks say he ought to be hung, but if
theft.
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a doctor makes any mistakes he
Mr. and Mrs F. A. Wilson, Miss buries 'em, and the people dassent say Cash Grocery Co. :
, Advertise in the Morning Sentineland
Abbie Linnenbrink and Miss Virginia nothing, because the doctor can read
t Stewart motored to Orlando on Tues- and write Latin. get results. Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.

day of last week, in Mr. James Simp-
"When the editor makes a mistake
son's car. They had a most enjoyable there is a lawsuit and swearing and

trip, the fine brick road in Orange I la big fuss; but if a doctor makes one ST. JOhNS RIVER EukSwNsSanford !

county, which is now only four or five there is a funeral, cut flowers and
miles from Apopka, making the trav- silence. A doctor
I perfect can use a PER
eling a pleasure. Oh, you good roads! word a yard long without knowing to JacksonvilleAND i 35 CEN1. DiscountFor
-Eustis Lake Region.
what it means; but if the editor uses

one he has to s ell it. If the doctor RETURN !
WILL OPEN HEADQUARTERS goes to see another man's wife he l

charges for the visit; but if the editor t
the benefit of
Pittsburgh, Pa--Lieut. Col. Robert goes he gets a charge of buckshot. $7.0 our cus-

'I S. Woodside will leave this city today "When the doctor gets drunk it is tomers we will give a 25
with the general's staff of
adjutant a case of being overdone by the heat
the veterans of foreign wars of the and if he dies it is from heart trouble C cash discount )
I i Including meals and berth j per cent on
United States to open headquartersfor I ; when the editor gets drunk it'sa 4

the national encampment at Detroit case of too much booze, and if be '1 Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days i, all goods sold during the
which opens Monday. dies it's jimpams. Any old collegecan [

make a doctor; a editor has to be LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER"OCT month of July and August.
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HEARINGS IN JACKSONVILLE
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Commerce Commission has ordered } Woonsocket, R. I.-Three hundred Leaves Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30 A. M. tiamrnond&Qore
hearings at Jacksonville September I employes of the Taft-Pierce Manufacturing -

28 before Examiner McGehee in the company, mostly machinists, A combination daylight and searchlight trip ;i I

following cases: struck today when their demands for of 400 miles through the heart of Florida : FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
W. U. Seeger et al. vs. A. B. & A. shorter hours and a twenty-five percent
R. R. Co. et al. increase were refused. The Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.
t St. Elmo W. Acosta vs. M. & M. company manufactures machines and !Clyde St. Johns River Line

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from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check to Medallion Department, on Main Floor, our Spring so we
where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your purchases amount to $10.00 bring in
your ticket with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together with the benefit of this
your original picture unharmed. give our customers
Columbia Medallians are made in three styles, and each style in gloss or dull finish.

wonderful HALF PRICE SALE.
Water Color
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This style produces with These $5.00 We realize that your satisfaction is our "suc-
This style has the beauThis is the beautiful marvelous exactness the

tiful soft tone and deeD II brown color so much loved and flesh eyes tints, as, color well ofthhalr Columbia medallions cess and that no success can be built on misrep-

effect of a fine en rravine. bthe: old masters having of the costume. Should are about double the size ,
producing the high lights I, all the clearness and fineo? wish life colors, hand. ; resentation. Don't delay! Come today' Sale will
and shadows to perfection. I tone of an etchin ;: painted, each color_burnt of 1llustration.I .
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: : awaits you at this GREAT HALF PRICE SALE.

These beautiful Photo Medallions are the most.artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on
non-corrosive metal specially prepared. The, portrait is burnt In, same as on porcelain, and covered with heavy
celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled, thus preserving
forever the features of those you love. You cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a' fine Yowell-Duckworth Co.
porcelain hand painting. They are worth S).00 each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute Fac-Sim-
ilie of the Photograph Furnished. They are elegant, dainty and artistic, and make a beautiful ornament for
the home, whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed not Olrando's Largest Store "Quality Did It" !
here set forth, will' be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Priceof
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SentinelMORNING IN DEBT. The Cathedral School
South Florida Society has two classes of men
AND WEEKLY who are in debt. One of them is in
N. !:. GLENN ...............-......E ....
W. C. ESSINCTON ......B..i. Manager
facts and are striving and planning to Orlando's Select Boarding and Day .
Entered at the postofficc at Orlando. Florida get out of debt and pay the last School for Girls ,-'
a. Second Clam Mail Matter. penny they owe the other fellow. Theyare 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the pillars of business prosperity, Primary, Intermediate and Academic
Dail 1 Year ........................ 15.00 Grades H
d Monttu ...................... 260Daily. even though they are owing other
Dail7.. I Months ...................... 1.25 men. The other class also owe their Also' Music, Art, Elocution Physical
Dail 1 Month ......................... .liG fellows. And the distinction, with Culture and Domestic Science. HAPPYWE.EK

Weekly t Year ...................... 11.00 the difference, is, they are perfectly For Catalogues address the Rector, .

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN willing to remain in debt. Such men Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M.,
will boastingty take advantage of a Orlando Fla.

ADVERTISERS; small boy whom they owe, and cring- Begins Next Tuesday August 17th
Copy fr display and all other hand-act ingly fawn upon the man who is their ,
adTrrtitiac mart be handed in at the biuineMffic
.t the Sentinel not later than 2 p. a. own size whom they owe. Such men
the day before p."U .tio.. This rale applies FIELD'SCHOCOLATE And Continues One WeekA
.. chuf ler evntraet advertising: it UiBTariakle are willing to slip an obligation along
and will be strictly adhered to.Subaeriben the line until the debt is shifted from
today to tomorrow and then smile and
should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing diScondoBed on- be content, not seeing that payday is :year ago we inaugerated a week of jovial jollification. It was a hummer! It

continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates be sure to come later and making no made Orlando smile and then some. We are going to repeat the prescription-The diag-

until Telephone-notice Nanb-r to stop .U...received................... preparation to meet the day. nose of your case will be smiles-all smiles-the diagnose of our case will be reductions .
They are a slack-twisted set and a VANILLA and refunds.
menace to commercial success in a
SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 191:;. town. Not that these men are never PEACH Come! Save!! And Be Happy!!! .
bothered. They are often much confused -
When a man is as polite to men as but only because their kind CARAMELICE
be is to women, he is entitled to beknown creditors come at last to press themto CREAMS.

as a gentleman. yield up that which does not at all
o belong to them. They call themselves

Somehow when the Mexicans get to business men, but this is only by accommodation -

shooting around, the bullets always of words. Their neigh- CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, l@c.
accidentally go into our border towns.o bors shod know ne'erdowells.Now that they. are a set of slip- For the Wee Tot

The fellow who predicted there the honest man who owes and i
Dainty Lingerie Dresses, Wash Dresses, Vestees,
wouldn't be enough of a corn crop to can not pay is one certain species, set
: Slips, Sweaters, Suits Caps Bonnets, etc. .
far the of the earth
feed the canary birds will have to apart as as poles CLUB SANDWICH 25c. i
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try it again. from that other breed of fellows, who AT SUCH BIG REDUCTIONS THAT 'VILLIEAX

o -well, who are just willing to go tR Y A REFUND OF FROM: 13c.; TO 33c.;) ON EVERY
There is lots of room behind the right on owing the other men using I
DOLLAR YOU SPEND.
Russian armies if they desire to keepon the other man's money and showingno We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
retreating.The practical desire or plan to liquidatethe
o sure obligation to pay.-Lakeland I and Delivered for All

various "generals" in Mexicoall Star.
profess to be working for the same I OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S
beneficent end, though employing dif- "A sleeper is one who sleeps. A I ,
ferent means.A sleeper is that in which the sleeper I
sleeps. A sleeper is that on which a
genius is a man who studies on sleeper runs while the sleeper sleeps. I For That Live Wire Girl -

a proposition for years and then lets 1,Therefore, while a sleeper sleeps un- "
the public in on the successful culmination der the sleeper the sleeper the sleeper of Yours .
in such a way that it appears I carries the sleeper over the sleeper
spontaneous. under the sleeper until the sleeper School Dresses and Rompers, Middy Blouses, Gauze '

o which carries the sleeper jumps the Underwear, Fancy Ribbons, Hosiery, Corsets, Boots and 1
There was only one Friday the 13th sleeper and wakes the sleeper in the Shoes.
during the year 1915, and that passed sleeper by striking the sleeper on the
into history this week. But we suppose sleeper, and there is no longer any ALL REDUCED, MEANING A SAVING TO YOU OF
I When it comes to delicious light
there will still be some one who :sleeper in the sleeper on the sleeper." FROM: 15c. TO 30c. ON EVERY DOLLAR. ,
will sit with their fingers crossed on :-Ocala Banner.
other Fridays. i I 0 WAFFLES I

o Many Florida orange growers are ,
"What does one want of books i lamenting the lack of potash for their : AND
when camping out?" cautiously asks 'orange trees; that it can not be had
some one of obviously limited experience. -I from Germany, the main source fromI SYRUP For That Perpetual Motion
The answer will come to you I I which this country gets its potash.
right off when it rains every Sundayand I Do these growers remember, if they" THIS IS ONE OF OUR \ Son of Yours "
Thursday afternoons.As were in the orange growing business
o then, that years ago, a potash percent SPECIALS "Right Posture" Clothing, Rompers, Cast Iron
the result of experiments car- hardly figured in fertilizers used Shirtings, Hosiery that wears like leather, low Shoes

ried out by a Swedish paper expert it upon orange groves? Good crops made to wear, Hats, Caps and Ties.
15 centsCatering
has been ascertained that Argentina were then produced and a good qual- "
produces a tree in abundance which ity of fruit had. We can grow such ? t 1 AT REDUCTIONS THAT MEAN REFUNDS TOt

provides excellent raw material, even I'crops now, not using so high per cent. YOU OF FROM 20c. TO 40c. ON EVERY DOLLAR
better in quality than that usually' i of potash. Indeed, some contend that YOU SPEND.
employed in making paper pulp in i I a high per cent ofpotash for an or-
both Europe and the United States. ange tree is entirely unnecessary.-
To Those
imbricata. Volusia County Record.An .
The tree is the araucaria
o Happy Week will be just what its name portends-a week of merriment, jovialty,

William Chase Temple comes into I ad. in the Morning Sertinel is a Who Care joy The atmosphere of our store will be surcharged with the electricity of happinessand ,
safe investment going to pleasantly shock visitor with the lowness of
his own again as a valuable public I I we are every prices.
man for his native state by his elec-
tion to the office of president of the For the Coy Maidenof
South Florida chamber of commerce. I
NEW SEED IRISH POTATOESFOR "
Florida needs men of the Temple' typein Sweet Sixteen
her great developing movementnow
FALL PLANTING
under headway.-Lakeland Tele- (or thereabouts)

gram.
o RED BLISS TRIUMPH Dainty Summer Dresses, charming fabrics, beau- I 1

Let today be another "go-to-church" GREEN MOUNTAIN, WHITES tiful Laces, Middy Blouses, Evening Gowns, the

Sunday. Let us be glad and rejoicein SEED SOIL AND SEASON JUST RIGHT. very latest in footwear; unexcelled Hosiery, Sum-
the Lord on His day and in His
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mer Silks distinctive Underwear etc. etc.
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temple. Our homes will be happier, 60 cents per peck. Quotations on large. quantities.

our labors will be lighter, and our I AT SUCH BIG REDUCTIONS THAT WILL MEAN

pleasures have centered more purposeful our thought, becausewe upon I Orlando Seed & Produce Co. A REFUND OF FROM: 15c. TO 35c. ON EVERY I

DOLLAR YOU SPEND.
God and His people.' The church mag- Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.
nifies God and ministers to His people I
PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERYStudy
all the way through life from the
cradle to the grave. I

For That Chip off the Old BlockPalm


Beach Suits, Manhattan Shirts, Straw Hats, and

These Quotations"Thou 1 Summer-weight Suits

AT REDUCTIONS THAT MEAN A REFUND TO YOU
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shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing thatis bP OF FROM 25c. TO 50c. ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU

in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the SPEND.

earth: thou shalt not bow down thyself unto them, nor serve them." (Ex. xx 4, 5a.)

t An American millionaire, born a poor boy, and Dr. J. R. :Miller says: "There is a story of an
' whose money was now his idol, after showing his abbot who coveted a piece of ground. The owner
palatial mansion and beautiful grounds to a consented to lease it to the abbot for one crop For Father and MotherThe

Quaker, said: "And the almighty: dollar has done only. The abbot sowed aeons, a crop which took
it all! What cannot money do.?" "Ah, friend" three hundred years to ripen. Jeroboam's one very acme of perfection in Hart Shaffner and Marx's Summer Clothing; the

replied the Quaker, "thou remindest me of the sowing mortgaged the new kingdom for evil newest in "Manhattan Shirts," beautiful black and colored silks-Ready-to-Wear Costu
Israelies who worshipped the golden calf, saying through all its history. Satan begs for one crop House Dresses, fine Muslin Underwear-becoming Millinery-sensible Footwear,
mes,
that it brought them out of the land of Egypt. only and then sows seeds whose harvest will fill
In reality it hindered rather than helped them all the life to the end. We do not know what we etc., etc.
in their journey to the Promised Land, and maybe are doing when we start a wrong thing". ALL PRICED SO EXTREMELY LOW THAT WILL BE A SAVING TO YOU OF 15

thy dollars will do the same for thee." CENTS TO 35 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND.DicksonIves.

We will be at S. S. again to day, Lesson I. Kings xii: 25-33. Study the lesson if you V

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CALENDAR I}t in Cleveland, Ohio, has returned to (
Orlando and reports a most delightfultrip. f i
Monday, August 16.
The Sumus Septem Club will meet He says that he saw more of GRAND L I \2:0Bij: '
with Miss Norene Evans. Ohio during his recent visit than he /\ 1 1r
Tuesday August 17. did in the fifty years that he was a -
Junior Matrons meet with Mrs. James resident of r .
that state.Irs. Lessord, J ; .:
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Concord Park Ladies' Aid will meet who has been spending the summer in iP .. \!ii4.
Tuesday. the Buckeye State, will return to her : \.:
Board of Governors of the Associated home 512 West Central avenue, about TOMORROWA 'W ;i crs IA
Charities will meet at the San Juanat ; r.Y"-:
the first of September. j f.
4:30 p. m.Wednesday.
August 18. -- /,4'; "_"-
Miss Eunice Ives will entertain the Miss Anna Hunt has returned froma
Twentieth Century Club. delightful visit with friends at Day- o 0
The C. W.'s of the Christian church THE BEAUTY OF WOMENis
will meet with Mrs. Parrish, at 501S. tona Beach. Big Broadway Star ,Special
Those hidden qual- West street. -- enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres, earrings, etc. n
Thursday August 19. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Magruder, Jr., Feature Our stock has been very carefuly selected and it contains not a
I Half holiday; the usual business Miss Berta Branch, and Miss Lillian I single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride sweetheart,
"THE WHITE GODDESS"With
which the places will close for the afternoon.
ities
are Seventh golf tournament at the Coun- Estes, who went to Tampa on Thurs- sister or wife. Come and enjoy a look over it. U
try Club. day, returned yesterday from that Alice Joyce and Guy
real source of responsiveness -The Kil Kare Klub will meet with city in Mr. Magruder's Oakland "six." ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS
Mrs. F. N. Boardman, at 104 Sum- Coombs playing the leading
merlin Place.Beginners' They report a very delightful trip.0 I h
and shoot will be held under -- roles. =o =z'--- -dJI
the auspices of the Orlando Gun Miss Emily Gordon and Miss Helen
Club the at the A splendid three-act drama.
on grounds Country Wood left -
yesterday morning over -- -
flexibility will show Club.
-- the Atlantic Coast Line for Coronadoand If quality for a low price is an object'Hn'
I
I VESPER SERVICEAT Daytona Beaches, where they will ) a. our wall papers will win your favor.
themselves before! BAPTIST CHURCH. spend some time enjoying the excellent "HEARST SELIG NEWS"No. w 'o t. For the next 30 days we will offer for
? ( ,,it. sale 5000 rolls of Wall' Paper
The next Baptist vesper recital, bathing and other delights at this 44 + I I i from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
you have been at which will take place one week from excellent resort. Miss Jeannette Gor time to buy, and do your papering
today, will be in the form of an or .don plans to go over Monday to join Portraying all the important when you get ready.

the wheel five min- gan recital by Herman F. Siewert, as- them. events of the day. .w r Grade We also Paints carry, Oils a full and line Varnishes.of High-
sisted by the choir of the Baptist .
We invite you to call and inspectour
church, and Mr. Will Branch, Jr., organist PROMINENT FLORIDIANS VISIT stock.
utes. The choir will be under thg ORLANDO Y I I
THE BEST BILL IN THE CITY J
able direction of Mr. Phillips, and Mr. '
.
Branch will be the accompanist. The Orlando received a visit yesterdayfrom : N Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
program promises to be an exceptionally the following prominent South d 4i .
attractive one, and since it will l I Floridians: Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Nau- 5 cents 10 cents Yd 205 S. Orange Avenue ;

be the last appearance of :Mr. Siewertin gle, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bandy, and COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261 :

Orlando, will doubtless be espe Senator A. E. Donegan, of :Kissim- .1.1I

It gets away in- cially well'attended.Mr. mee, and Miss Hazel Naugle, of Shel- Tuesday, Blanche Sweet in .,
Siewert has been offered the byville, Ind., who is visiting her .HillliMiMMUMMMillliMIIIMIilMtHttliilMMThe r
"The Clue.
stantaneously. The position of organist at the new brother Editor Naugle, of the Kis- y
Empress :vaudeville theatre in Grand simmee Valley Gazette. Mr. Bandyis I
New Ice
Rapids, :Mich., and will leave on August \ the popular and efficient tax collector Company i
% motor seems to have 23 to accept his new duties. On I of Osceola county. Mr. Naugleis I II I
the way he will stop with friends in i the able editor of one of Florida's PHONE 675

- more and still more Jacksonville, Chicago, and Kalamazoo brightest and best papers.

:Mich. .
power when occa The program to be given next Sun THE TIME OF HIS LIFE Delivery Daily

day at 4:30 p. m. will contain num .
bers appearing on some of the best Mallory Welch returned Thursday l

sion requires. On organ recital programs in the coun from a sight seeing trip across the ----- ---- Wait for our wagon. We think \
try, as well as a new organ piece just continent and back, including a few
direct drive the composed by :Mr. Siewert, and which days at the San Francisco exposition.He you will like our ice.The .

will be played for the first time be left Orlando with the W. B. Cate

speed can be varied fore any audience. party. The trip will ever be a mem ROOf 64RDtN I
orable
--0- one to Mallory. His many:

from low to high A. B. C. MEETING friends are glad to welcome him, and New Ice Company jj
POSTPONED.The none more so than the boys on the

. meeting of Another BridgeClub baseball team-Apopka News.
, with exceptional which was to-have been held at TOMORROW 1111111111111 M M1111M III M M 11 M M I M111 i Ml. 1111 1
the home of :Miss Branch on Tuesday, MR. T. A. YANCEY, SR., BETTER
smoothness. Ob has been postponed for this week.
-- The many friends of Mr. T. A. Yan- titiiniMMiiiiiMiiitiMiiitniittniMiiittiMHnI
Messrs. T. A. Conklin and D. U. cey, Sr., who has been quite ill for "THE HOUSE DIVIDED" ,
these features
viously
Wilder, of Jacksonville, arrived in the several days at St. Luke's hospital, 2 part colored drama:
city yesterday and will spend several 1 will be glad to learn that his e
are the direct days in this section on business. slowly regaining his health, and I : A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
While here they are making their is predicted that he will be able in itf
THE GORGES OF THE TARNA
result of close, careful home at the San Juan.COMBINATIONS I few weeks to return to his place f
business. beautiful scenic.

FOR r
manufacturing. SUMMER SUITS. HARVESTING A LARGE CROP OF

By Mary Glynn. HAY COL HEEZA LIAR WAR DOG
The sport suit is a smart affair
when fashioned in a combination of Dr. Edward Drennen has been Comedy cartoon. ,
The Wheelbase i is materials or patterns. Usually a missed by his many friends for the CURTIS & O'NEAL
wide skirt is a feature and a coat past week from his usual haunts, and
showing belted effect either in Norfolk I his absence remained a mystery until Ivory Comb and Brush Set given

110 inches style or any of the pleated ef yesterday when it leaked out that the at nine o'clock. Insurance Loans Real Estate ; t
fects. Often a combination of colorsin genial "Doc." was busily engaged harvesting away

one material affords a smart effect, hay, at "Paso Robles," andth'e Rentals
such as a navy serge coat and a white Drennen farms south of the city. The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN

serge skirt, or this same effect in corduroy -
golfine or linen. Then thereare LEAVES FOR EASTERN CITIESMr. The One-Price Theater .

plain colors combined with pleats,
stripes or checks. These are always : Walter Drennen left yesterday
smart. A particularly smart sport afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine
10 cents 5 cents
1 suit is featured in golden brown for a business trip to New York,
00f. eponge combined with a large plaidin Chicago and other principal cities in
$850. brown and tan shades. The circular the North and East.ADDITIONAL. ESTABLISHED 1886 '
skirt fell in interesting folds and "The Acid Test," a 3 part dra

topped kil topped button boots. The LOCALSMr. ma Tuesday night.
coat, hip length with belted effect, J
o. b. Orlando featured two pleats in back and front ) C. J. Jackson, bookkeeper at flMiilliilllilllllllilllllttMtMtliMintMIHlimIt I
and rather full long sleeves. The the State Bank of Orlando, is off on
plaid trimmed the collar and cuffs a well earned vacation, and departed

and a smart felt sailor afforded a decidedly yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
new note. Coast Line for Washington, D. C.,
-o- where he will visit his brother. Later hk
MARRIEDIN he will take in the sights of New in Your MouthDAILY

SANFORD.Miss York, Philadelphia, and Atlantic City.

Lucile Davenport, of Orlando, -j a
was married to Mr. Louis B. Lloyd, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 1J

of Orlando, at the Baptist temple, i in BULLETIN f
the pastor's study Rev. Hyman off WANTED-Five room unfurnished
ciating. The wedding took place house, with bath. D. P. Nunn, at
hat A. C. L. depot. 8-15-lt* \
noon Thursday. It was rumored t PEACH
the couple had eloped to Sanford and
FOR RENT Six VANILLA
room bungalow,
safely eluded those who were watch modern, close in. Call 305 East -
'SW.Phillips ing them.-Sanford Herald. Pine street. 8-15-6tc SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL .
PINEAPPLE :;
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SOCIETY NOTESOF BUGGY FOR SALE-First class top Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape Ice .!
buggy; price reasonable. 202 East
INTEREST.Mr. Robinson avenue. 8-15-ltc CHERRY .}.
W. L. Dolive and wife, of Orlando CARAMEL
registered for a two weeks' Advertise in the Morning Sentinel
stay at the Daytona Beach hotel, gave and get results.
a dinner party last Saturday evening, We deliver from one quart upiland's'

ti covers being laid for 17. After mus
and a social hour all attended ti ism '

& I in Lyric Gazette-News.theatre.-Daytona Beach ite !FavoriteMONDAY'S 'J


--0I PROGRAM Pure Ice Cream .1
I Miss Johnnie Guthrie of Chattanooga K. B. "The Riddle of the Wooden
I Tenn., is the charming guest Leg." A drama, in two reels.
of Mrs. C. G. Norris, of East Amelia Thanhouser. "The Reformation of :1
Sons avenue. Peter and Paul." and ;
Phone 566 666
Keystone. "The Fatal High C." ,
-oMr. Comedy.
Isaac Lessord, who has been
Four reels of Mutual
% good movies.
spending some time at his old home Five cents to all. ......



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; A REAL NECESSITY GOVERNMENT CONTROLS 345 BANDIT FOUND BY POSSE IS REACHES ANSONIA I

; No individual with anything to sell' PLANTS IN BRITAIN SHOT

,. or trade can successfully find a buyer Ansonia Conn. Threatened strike '
or trader without the aid of the Sen- London.-David Lloyd-George, minister Mercedes, Texas.-A Mexican sup- of machinists at the Farrell Foundry FOR SALEWill
tinel want ads. Remember that its of munitions, announced tonight posed to have been a member of the & Machine company's plant here ma- I .

p circulation represents five-sixths of .that 345 establishments have been declared bandit gang operating in this vicinitywas terialized late today when 120 work- .
!. the Orlando community. "controlled establishments" under shot and instantly killed by a men walked out. The men demand j
( the munitions of war act. The posse near here late tonight. The an eight hour day with a half day on I I
act limits the profits of employers man was found sleeping in the brush Saturdays. There was no disturbance. j I offer for sale for a few day.

t and any earning above this goes into and it was said attempted tQ draw The company employs 900
Summer Excursion the national exchequer."By his revolver when he was awakenedby men. the property corner Orange Avenue,
Mr. the
this provision says Lloyd- posse.
George, "parlaiment has assured that CHILE WANTS FREIGHT CARS Jackson and Boone Streets, known as ,

f Rates sacrifices made by workingmen are NO DANGER AT VERA CRUZ
made for the nation as a whole, and I Santiago Chile.-The State railways -* the skating rink property, for $26,000.

not for the advantage of individuals.On I Galveston, Tex.-"The statement will shortly invite bids for 700 down
l- VIA the other hand during the periodof I that foreigners in Vera Cruz are in freight cars.What. $2,000 and balance $1,000 a year

the war any rules of shop customs i danger is false. The Carranza gov-
: Atlantic Coast Line .which may have the result of limiting 'ernment guarantees life and propertyto and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY.

the output of munitions are suspended individuals of whatever national.
in controlled establishments." ity." do
k t Standard Railroad of the South you
i This was the text of a cablegram

.[. FROM-ORLANDO ONE OF WEALTHIEST OF GER- I signed by General Carranza and received hope for in a

F MAN BARONS KILLED here by Juan T. Burns, his con
$40.70. . . .New York sular agent.ELECTRICIA. varnish ? .
10.70 . . .Philadelphia London.-Baron von Bleichrooder F

t $37.70 . . .Washington son of the famous German banker S WALK OUT DU- .
$38.70 . . .Cincinnati was killed while fighting on the War- PONT POWDER WORKS
I If r 19.20 . . . .Chicago saw front August 1, says an Amster- HEAWON
t $-13.45 . . . .St. Louis'C''dam dispatch to the Exchange Tele- Hopewell, Va.-Four hundred electrical
B $64.30 . . . C He time I workers employed at the Du- '
graph company. at one was The ita.et
$95.20 . . .San Francisco secretly engaged to Princess Sophiaof Pont powder plant here walked out ::

Excursion rates to various Saxe-Weimer, who committed suicide today. It was said they demanded a U TROi4&Y1sffEj OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
points furnished on application. in 1913 because her father wage increase and also objected to the
I1 i Sold daily until September 30th. Prince William refused to permit her employment of non-union men. It OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
f Limit October 31st. marriage. was said tonight that the carpenters, FRESH AND SALT MEATS

If Stop Overs Fast Trains Grand Duke Ernest, of SaxeWeimer bricklayers and steam fitters might Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Steel Pulmans Dining Cars the head of the house, was saidto strike tomorrow.The Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freah

For Information Call on have been responsible for prevent- entire electric line from the and pare..

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. ing the marriage. He refused to sanc- Appomattox river to the powder plantis When floors you you hope buy that varnish it will for improvethe your W. invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have 'f

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A tion the union unless the princess,his being guarded by DuPont police, to appearance of those floors and everything hi the Meat Line
Orlando cousin, renounced all' her titles. prevent damage by strikers. that it will be durable.

Baron von Bleichroeder was said to Unfortunately much that is sold for H. IML Self & Co.
be heir to $40,000,000.NOTHING SCANDINAVIANS COMBINE floor varnish won't realize that hope
for you.Lawson's. PHONE MO. SO PINE STREET

Jacob Burkhard KNOWN AT WASHINGTON Chicago, Consolidation of the Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
i a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is
Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship Society easily applied because it works easily. It
; is unequalled for durability and will not
f and the Supreme Lodge of the i scratch white. It dries absolutely dust-
h i i' PLUMBER I Scandinavian Brotherhood free in from five to seven hours and gets
Washington.-Nothing is known of America | hard in twenty-four hours. ARE1Y01{ CHILDREN LEARNING MUSIC?
officially at either the state or war was effected here. The merger makes i+ As for economy. Lustro has a covering
departments concerning the arrest of the total membership 25,000. The : capacity that is wonderful.
These vacation
I days should be used to interest the
I Walber Ortolph at Tallahassee, Fla., name of the new organization will be I] Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
Varnish at risk returnable if unsatis-
Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" on a charge of having visited United the Scandinavian Fraternity of i factory. our children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish ,4

States military reservations along the America.TO Made by Valentine & Co! everything in music and musical instruments. Music rep ..

Florida coast to obtain information .1 Manufacturers of fines, elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous
concerning national defenses. REPORT NAVAL INQUIRY
f
k HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP Washington D. C.-Secretary Dan- 1 VALSPAR and duties of life.

PENN. FLYER DITCHED iels will lay before President Wilson VAL-ENAMEL W. S. BRANCH
f this week the results of the recent investigation ... ,
ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST Titusville, Pa.-A score or more of at the naval academy of I! II THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE -

I. persons were injured when the Penn- examination cribbing and his own rec- i
I All to be had
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. at
sylvania railroad's Pittsburgh-Buffalo ommendations after reading the testi- I
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT
flyer was wrecked near here tonight. mony. SKATING RINKLADIES'
!'None was believed fatally injured. I STORE

The cause of the accident is not Sentinel Want Ads Par. Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.
Phone 204 'I!known. j
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i FORAGE GROCERY CO. SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES- .
SIR DAVID BEATTY PROMOTED
DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY '
I
London.-The Official Gazette announces WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

Orlando Motor t that Sir David Beatty has INSTRUCTORS.Open .

been promoted to be a vice admiral.Sir and
Car Saturday Monday SpecialsThe 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.ra.

ExchangeS. David Beatty commanded the

B. Hutton Mgr. British fleet which a year ago sank store that will always save you money and where you will alwaysget Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
,
deal both in and .
four German warships off Heligoland.He a square quality quantity.It
will always be to Give trial and be
our pleasure serve you. us a
Corner Main and East Pine won a victory over a German convinced.:
squadron in the North sea last Jan- Please note ?thatthe price of Irish potatoes has advanced considerablysince ADMISSION: 1O CENTS
uary.' In this fight the German crui- last ,,week and is still advancing but we are pleased to inform our
WE BUY AND SELL USED ser Bluecher was sunk. customers that we have a car load which have just arrived which we will sell
CARS at prices as follows:
Vice Admiral Beatty is 45 years Potatoes, per peck ... ...... .... .. .. ..... ... ... ... ..... . . 25c;
Fords A old, and the youngest officer ever promoted Potatoes, per half bushel .......:........ ..... .. ....... ... . . 45c. ,
Specialty to the rank of vice admiral in Potatoes per barrel ............ ......... ... .......... ....... $2.05; .
Sugar, 16 pounds for ...... ... ........ .......... ... .. . . $1.00 ORLANDO ROOFING.ANL
the British navy. His wife was Edith Kingan's Sliced Bacon, per box ......................... ... .. .. 30c. .
One( Ford Touring Car, rebuilt, Field a daughter of the late Mar- Best Hams per pound ............................... 18c. 19c.. and 20c. :
shock absorbers elec- shall Field. Shoulders.. 1, per pound ........................... .. ... ... 15c.
repainted, Smoked Bacon per pound .... .. .. .... ........ .. ... .... 16c., 17c. and 20c.
tric lights, guaranteed to be in Breakfast Bacon per pound..................................... 22'/ C SHEET METAL CO
first class condition. RAID WELL ORGANIZED Dry Salt Bacon per pound. ... ... ... ... .... .. ... ... lOc., 12'/jc and laic ,
Butter Fox Hirer, Gold-Seal Blue Valley per pound ..... .. .. ... .. 35c
One Ford Touring Car, electric San Antonio, Texas.-Reports from 24 lb. sack Pillsbury Flour ........................... ... ... ... $l'AQ: '
lights, etc. A Bargain at $250. 24 lb. sack Pastry Flour .. ............ .............. 75c., 90c. and $1.00 Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
army officers in the field in the Rio Tall Pink Salmon ...... ........ .. ... .. .... .. .... ... .. .. . 9c. ,
One Ford Touring Car, $225. Grande valley made to department Corn Beef . . ... .. .. .... .. ... .. .. .. .. . 20c and Rubber
headquarters, it is said, indicate a 7 cans Sardines for .. .. ... .. ... ... .. .... ... ........ 23c.; RoofingsCornices
See Mr. HuttonCorner better organization the Mex- 6 cans Potted Ham for ... ............. .. .... ... ..... ... .. 25c.;
among 3 cans Vienna Sausage for ... ....... ... ... ......... ...... ... 25c.; Skylights, .Dealing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
ican raiders than the first reports in- 2 bottles lOco size Catsup .. .......... .........;..... .........__ 13c;
Pine and Main Street dicated. This report also indicatesthe Jam. in glass jars . . .. .. .._... .. :._ .. .... ... lOe.
movemen to be well financed. An 4 cans No. 2 Tomatoes for. .. ..... ........................ ..... 2.1c.; Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO !
effort is 3 cans Van Camp's Pork and Beans .. .. .. ....................... 2c.; A
I being made to trace the No. 2 can Best Table Peaches, per can .... ... ... ... .... .... lOc.
: A. B. Cook & Co. source of the funds.MASSACHUSETTS. No. 3 can Best Table Peaches, per can .... ... ..... ... .. ... 15c.;
I No. 2 can Cherries while and red . .. ... ...... ... .. .. .. .. 15c.
t Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. MILITIA ATGOVERXORS' Best Peas No. 2 can . . . . ... ... .. ... ... .. .... lOc. I
I 7 cans small Van Camp's, Globe, or Gold Cream for.... ... ... .. ... 25c. -.1
tr MEETING 7 cans tall Van Camp's Globe or Gold Cream for ... .. .... ... .. . 50c.
ti 3 cans St. Elmo or Quail Milk for .... .. ..... ... .... .. ..... .... 25c.; Backs
i Dealers in Real Estate, Investments I Boston, :Mass.-Mobilization: of the 3 boxes Kellogg's Corn Flakes for .... ... ... .... .........., .... 25c.; Tops Cushions
Massachusetts militia as'a demonstration Oatmeal in bulk, per pound .. . .. ... ... .. .. .... .. >.. .... 3$. ,
i" and Business Oppor Nary- Beans, per pound .. .. ........ . .. .. ...... .. .. ... 7r.
tunities. of preparedness was proposed today Cheese, per pound . .... .. ...... ..... ..... ........ ....... 20c. Curtains, Celluloids, Bows
.> by Governor Walsh and favoredby 2 pounds good Coffee, ground ..... ... ... .... ... ... ... ..... .. 35c.
leading business men at a meet- Maxwell House Coffee, 2 lb. cans . .. .... ... .. .. ... ..... .. .. .. 63c.
r to Maxwel House Coffee, 3 lb. cans . ... ... .... .. .... .. ... .?..... 83c.; PAINTING
r REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS ing arrange entertainment for the 6 packages U. S. Tobacco Sensation Bull Durham or Cigarettes. ..... 25c.; f
National Conference of Governors Thick Schnapp's Tobacco, 2 plugs,: for . ..... .............. .. 25c.
G here August 24 to 27. Brown Mule Tobacco. 3 plugs for . .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ... ... .. .. 23e.;
LOANS Advocates of the said 3 cans Prince Albert Tobacco or other lOc. size for....... ....... 2oc.; ,
t. plan that, 6 5c. size any kind of Snuff for ... . .. .. ...... ............ 23c.;
MORTGAGES while a gathering of the 6,500 militia- OIL 5 gallons . . . .. .. .. . .. .... .......... ...... 60c. '
k BANK STOCKS men would be expensive, the experi- OUR PLAN ON FEED Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
ment in preparedness would be well Oats . . .. .. ........ $1.95 t Bran . ... ... .. ... ... .... $1.55
TIMBER Wheat . . . . . $2.40: Salt, 100 lb. sack .. .. .. ... 70c. Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE
BUSINESS OPPORTUNI- worth the cost. Proposals also were Best Chicken Feed . . $2.15 )C S. Meal . . . . $1.23; Mgr.HiillllllillllHIIillilMtttllltltlllinillllM .
.I made for a batleship trip for the visiting I C. S. Bull. .. . . . 53c.;
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WANTSThe 1 Worthington Blackman ..
I''C. B. ROBINSON

.i ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
617
Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet
Directory is the Greatest Want ]Room 14, well-Duckworth
Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161
I Building
Terms Cash in Advance.

Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime 1 RATES
For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW
For Three Days ___________50c I'DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
I For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$250 "
I This rate applies on all ads of
I 25 words or less. If the ad con- Phone 172 I ,
tains more than 25 words the rate
Room 5, Watkins Block
I will be one cent per word for I Phone 72
each additional word, for each in-
I sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block
I the office telephone No. 24. Ac- J. M. CHENEY
counts opened by telephone will be
a I payable the following day. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
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Home Business Victor Starbuck
Every -Every 87 J
I Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW

Bldg.
FOR SALE Phone 161

MULES FOR SALE No. 6 W. Pine SI Orland, Fla.
R. RAY WHITE
Pair nice mare mules in good condition
suitable for farm or heavy haul!l
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -I i ATTORNEY-AT LAW
P. G. Walton Agt. Gulf RefiningCo. I
., Florida. Room 44
Orlando 7-17-tfc
I F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
FOR SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
Full bearing orange and grapefruit and CONTRACTORPhone
grove within 11.2 miles of postofTice,
on brick road adjacent to County j I
Club. A splendid subdivision prop- DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST 37
osition at exceptional low valuationfor
cash. Address "Prosperity," Sen-
tinel office. 8-14-12tc

All Ready for the PicnicANY FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract I Phone 716
one quarter mile from city limits; '
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVER poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. 'I Bldg
PICNIC HAS
A 6-9-tf 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken or do any baking that you may wish quicklyid I
easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I FOR RENT SURVEYING ARCHITECT
a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you.
g
FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur- Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A.
New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a Pleasure Knox. 7-9-tf PROMPT AND ACCURATE Florida.

WANTED WORK Member F. A. A.
IS COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.iu .
v never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas BUYERS AND SELLERS
.nge. And then if you wish to dose the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire I buy sell rent, and exchange real HAL A. IRISH ,
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,
ming to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. over 30 years. Have handled over Civil Engineer
20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla.

FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO swings and all kinds of carpenter I Phone 72
work go to Tracy & Moore 18 East I
Church street. 7-25-lmoc

GAS DEPARTMENT To reduce our stock as much as pos- Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L. H. RAMSDELL
sible by the 15th will give a discount, OPTOMETRIST
AI of 25 per cent. off our regular cashprice and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
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on any goods in store. Ham-
mond & Gore. 6.5-ti'I FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
Davis & :McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
I "while you wait" at Young's Repair i ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL RBPATJUNG
t ::111111111111111111111111111111111 MilltMMIIIiiMIIIIMtilili Shop. 21 1i:. Pine St. 2-4-lyre

!RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB i

Located All work in guaranteed the Arcade and Building neat I M. O. Dove!! Cut Flowers

OUT"" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES ly and done.our prices Our work are the is the lowest.best I and Plants

This is the place to have your & Son
FLORIDAAll old clothes made new. Floral Designs
OCOEE
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.
Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.
I r Suit pressed _____________40c.
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Jolet Dell Florist.

the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- pressed ____________50c 106 Grace StreetPhone
Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest We do ladies' work also. Giveus J. M. CARUTHERS
a trial and be convinced. 283-2 Rings
prices .... .... .a'. ". Clothes called for and delivered. Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
\ _. : Phone 613.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING !
I Gasoline Kerosene, Lubricating
The is the best time to set .I
rainy season
Sentinel is with the
Today's replete Oils and Greases. Our wagonsare CLINT BASSPHONE
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep advertisements of most of the merchants -
J of Orlando,and there are some always at your service. 375:
one year's growth in advance of trees set rare shopping opportunities contained West Jefferson Street

next fall. :in these advertisements, which care-
I ful and discriminating buyers will Successor to
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES; INCOME LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL"The CONWAY ITEMS SARASOTA GROCER IS CHARGED
INVESTMENTS WITH ASSAULT .

Railroads" Conway, Fla., Aug. 13. Latest
Poor Down Trodden -
If you have for sale a paying busi-
ness of any kind, or an investment Editor Sentinel:-In Friday's Tri- news from Miss Margaret Hill reports Sarasota, Fla.-Considerable excite- Trees With Capital Surplusand
yielding a regular income, see A. B. bune (Tampa) there appears an editorial her enjoying life on a ranch inthe ment was created here Wednesdaywhen ,
Cook & Co., 30 Watkins Block Or- clipping from the Times-Union, Sierras, where she is learning to it was learned that Russell Taylor -
lando, Fla. Consultation free. Rela- ..
Undivided
tions confidential. 8-10-d&w-tf Jacksonville, which contains the quo- ride horseback. Previous to going tothe o a grocer, had entered the freight Profits
tation above. The T.-U. is criticising mountains she had visited Miss I office at 6:30 the previous eveningand 4

Want anything? Ask for it through certain aspirants for political prefer- Nellie Woodrough in her home at it is alleged, assaulted the agent,
Sentinel "Wants." ment, who urge sympathetic legislation tudley, California. Miss Nellie was J. P. Sims, with a billy, beating him
for the farmers, claiming that if a former resident of Conway and we over the head so severely that Simsis "Just ordinary trees may be compared to a com-

some one would champion the cause can imagine what a happy reunion in the hospital in a serious condi- pany with only its original capital. It has not

of "the poor down trodden railroads" this must have been. tion.A. been augmented by the profit of foresight or bus-

ARCADE such a political plant would surely be Miss Joyce Prince, of Tampa spent dispute over a checking up of a iness acumen, nor diminished by dissipation, lack

"a vote getter." six weeks with her aunt, Mrs. LouiseP. car of freight some time ago engen- of thrift or losses. ,

By way of illustration: The writer Hill, and had a most enjoyable dered bad feeling between the par- Evolution means something. There is daily an

MILKDEPOT has a friend who recently had occa- visit. Mrs. Hill gave a children's ties, it is said. Sims defended himself improvement in the types of men, animals' and
sion to order two barrels of extra fine party in her honor, to which the little by striking his assailant with an plants.

seed potatoes for fall planting from girls of her age in the neighborhood ink bottle and finally ejecting him .
Trees that have been brought from the lower,
Richmond, Va. This is how it workedout were invited and had a most frrom the building. A complaint was
ordinary to the higher be said
: The jobber sold the potatoesf. pleasant time. laid[ before Judge Glazier in Braden- type types may
to have accumulated a surplus.Our .
.o.b. Richmond, which included the Mrs. Hill and her father, Dr. Prince, town and Taylor furnished $1,000

barrels, cartage, etc., plus the price have gone to Tampa and St. Peters- bond to appear before the grand juryin trees by the refinement of the process of

paid to the farmer for his seed, soil, burg. Mrs. Hill may go to the moun- October. Sims is reported in a se- bud selection, and by the perfection of our nur-

BUTTER MILK fertilizer and work, for $1.75 per tains in Virginia to recuperate. She rious condition. As both parties are sery practice have not only the capital and the

Fresh Every Day. barrel. The railroads, "the poor down has been under a physician's care for well known and popular the affair has surplus, but undivided profits which you may

5c. per glass trodden railroads," collected $1.75 per some time. created a sensation. share.

25c. per gallon barrel for freight. Just what "the Mr. W. J. Conoly has gone to North SEND FOR OUR CATALOGthat .

poor down trodden things" would Carolina to visit his parents. COL. CLEM IS RETIRED you may know these refining, type better-

CREAM AND MILK have charged, but for their "down ment, profiit-making qualities, and how theyare 1

BUTTER trodden" condition is a subject of con- VOCATIONAL TRAINING Washington, D. C.-The last offi- imparted to the orange and grapefruit and

jecture. However, since the afore- cer on the active list of the United other trees produced, not merely grown, by
Fresh Homemade
said T.-U. is understood to be the Chicago.-The federal industrial relations States army who saw service in the

SANDWICHESPIES property of the railroads, when it pre- commission, in session here to civil war was placed on the retired ,

AND CAKES sumes to talk politics, we are not at review evidence obtained during two list yesterday when Col. John Clem,

all surprised that the voice is like years of investigation, today agreedon quartermaster's department, reachedthe Lake Garfield NurseriesBartow

Jacob's, even though the feel of the a report on vocational training and age of 64 years and wound up his

skin is like Esau. on certain phases of the causes of official duties of the war department.He FloridaSPECIAL

ARCADEMILK DEPOTAN BRANDON.P. industrial unrest, Chairman Walsh retires with the additional rank

Incidentally, it's hard for the announced. No details were made of brigadier general in accordancewith

average "layman" to understand whyit public. an act of congress.
costs $1.75 to get said potatoes
from Richmond and about MANY DESTITUTE AT ERIE
UNSOLICITED LETTERWant only one- GRANTED PROVISIONAL LEAVE iMMIMItllMMMiiMtMMMIIHIMiiMMtMMMI
half as much to ship 'em back. -
New York.-The steamer Commun-
Erie, .-Many who lost
to compliment you for persons ipaw, formerly the German oil tank I SALEAll
CITRUS CANKER FIGHT CAUSES their homes in the Mill Creek flood
the excellent work you have done steamer Deutschland, which was laid
ANOTHER ARRESTH. still are being fed by the city. Officials -
for me. up at Rotterdam since August, 1914,
Have been coming to Floridafor today expressed the belief thatit reached New York today. A provisional Day
II. Colby, a grower of Silver would be necessary to maintain
30 and have had work
years I leave was granted at Rotter-
Palm was arrested yesterday by Dep- municipal kitchens the remainder of
done from Jacksonville to Key dam.
uty Chas. G. Pratt and lodged in I the" summer. i and
West, St. Augustine to Pensacola ; Saturday MondayHere
county jail, following complaint to
and I can truthfully say I Guests registering at the San Juan
the sheriff's office members and REPORTS ON FISHERIES
have never had such excellent by hotel yesterday included G. O. Shep- are a few of the prices. Call and get others.

work done for me, as you have agents of the the state plant board en- Washington D. Department of herd, C. H. Smith, W. T. Herrin, At- Wright's Salad Dressing, 35 cent size _________. .__25c
in work
of citrus canker
gaged
done. The proprietors of the eradication in this that he had commerce reports from salmon fisheries lanta; J. II. Holcombe, J. L. Law- Lenox Soap, 7 bars for ___. ._____________________25c ;
county,
laundries of Jacksonville and refused them admittance off the Pacific states and Alaska rence, W. A. Adams, John C. Dyer, Club Cheese, 35c. for ___________________________25c
Tampa, not to speak of smaller to his groveto made public today, show a tremen- Tampa; J. S. Sweet, T. A. Conklin, Roquefort Cheese, 25 cent for ____________________20c ",

places, can come to your place carry on .their work of burning infected dous shortage in this year's take of J. G. Spencer, Jr., Jacksonville; L. H. Corn, 3 cans for ___. .___________________________25c ;

and learn how to do work. The trees.According fish. An increase in the price of the Picton, Zellwood; W. J. Hirsch, Roch- Catsup, 3 bottles for ____________________________25c

people of Orlando can justly feel board to members of the state canned product is predicted. ester; D. J. Ryan, Birmingham; G. Coffee, 5 lbs for _____________________. ._______$1.00
plant refused burn
Colby to
proud of their Steam Laundry. H. Davis, L. F. Petril, M. J. Bloom,
several infected trees on his premisesand SATURDAY NIGHT
(Name on application.) ADVISED TO LEAVE BELGIUM: New York; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cole-
when they attempted to burn
London.-The correspondent at Am- ganan, :Miss Eliza Coleganan, New From 7 to 9 p.m., we will sell

them, the grower interfered with I sterdam of the Central News says the York; Mrs. S. T. Dell, C. W. Hill, HAMS AT ___________________________17 cents per lb
Orlando them, and in order to carry out the German authorities in Belgium have Gainesville; R. Hacker, Baltimore; SUGAR, 16 pounds for _________________. .______$1.00
work
they out warrant and
swore a
advised all German civilians to return John W. Wideman, DeLand; W. H. We have just received a shipment of White Rose
Steam LaundryFRENCH had him arrested. lIe failed to put immedaitely to their country, Cody, Florida; J. T. Chase, Detroit.* Goods, and some New York Full Cream Cheese.
up bond and last night was still in
county jail. presumably to avoid hardships during WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
DRY CLEANERS the winter in Belgium. Sentinel Want Ads Pay.
LAUNDERERS This marks the second case of .
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growers refusing to comply with the

PHONE 88 orders of state plant board agents, Our Grocery CompanyTwo

f W. O. Sheppard_ being the other._ He I :-: SCHOOLS :: I

was placed under a 1,000 peace bond Phones: 3 and 200
Get Behind a and another bond of $250 was required -

for his appearance before the : : 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

otv I criminal court of record.-Miami lIer-
e1IincJ ald. ilttlMIIMMII M M 11, M i I M 11 8 t i 1111IM I M 1111>

and enjoy a really cool, dry tweet I Is conducted on The school and
smoke. The won'toLoil.
'Wellington Pipe
won't get foul. CITRUS FRUIT CROP IS BELOW a system of prac- '7fj \V home buildings are
THE AVERAGEC. tical ideals that make ; modern throughout
MaJe III
Am.rieaCameo for thorough men \\ II and splendidly CAREY HANDFUNERAL
aDd C. Hare, of this city, who is field] tal, moral and phy. equipped in every
.pick rar spq25c h.aile agent for Florida of the bureau of sical development. ,, respect \

.3x. jO ,up. r crop statistics at Washington, has recently -
V gone into every section of the The beautiful campus is located about 1200 feet DIRECTOR

states and talks interestingly of crop above sea level in the ideal climate of the Blue AND EMBALMER

conditions as found by him on this Ridge Plateau. Only 8 miles from Atlanta, the ,..

trip. He says that only very recentlya Southern center of education and culture. I I ...
: report has been given .wide publicity -
ISayAEYou outside Florida to the effect that Careful, individual attention is given each student, and All calls answered Promptly Dayor

we would have a bumper crop of cit- each instructor has twelve students under his direct

want to see this new rus fruit this season, whereas the supervision for safe-guarding and night study. Night. Hand Block.

actual figures gathered from the fruit
package Spider is introducing to Thorough courses are offered for Classical
growing sections indicate only a frac-
Florida.PHONE
Engineering and Commercial study.The Orlando -
the market-its the swellest tion more than two-thirds of an average .
crop. The crop is so far ad- efficient Military Department is in charge of a U. S. Army of
thing out in the way of little vanced that it is ficer, and has the distinction of being one of the few schools "Es 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
now considered noth-
pecially commended for progress" by the U. S. War Department.For .
ing could happen within the boundsof
Cigars. interesting, illustrated literature, address:
reason to increase the estimated
See him at the yield, while it is possible for many COL. J. C. WOODWARD A. M., Pre-,
COLLEGE PARK. GA.
things to happen to cut it down. The
.

Good and Bad publication tions of the of crop overestimated even at this season condi- The Orlando Meat Market I

of the year, he says, has a depressingeffect IIIIIIIIIIIIIOI = IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII DIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I

upon the market, and wide
as
T. A. YANCY, Manager
Cigar StoreOrange publicity as possible of the real facts i ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMYST. I

ought to be made. Mr. Hare finds, AUGUSTINE FLORIDA Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
AvenueBargain according to the present outlook, the
yield of all other crops in the state Established 1866 Florida and Western Meats
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will be satisfactorily large.-Gaines-
ville Sun. High-Class Boarding School for :young ladies in charge of Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. I
Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic and
non-Catholic families of this and other states. Buildings splendidly Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
ARCHERY TOURXA IE"TChicago.H. equipped with all modern conveniences. Delightful and healthy ,f J l'
location in quaint and artistic Ancient City. Course thorough, em- Business 135 P. O. BOX 226''
bracing al branches requisite for a solid and refined education. PHONES { Cor. Ave. and Church St.
L. Walker, of Chicago Residence |133 Orange r
Music. Painting, languages, Comercial Course. Terms moderate.For .
was high man today in the sec- full particulars, write
ond York round of the national arch- SISTER SUPERIOR. ;
,
ery tournament. Dr. R. P. Elmer, of -- ----
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was second. In the women's

double national round, Miss Cynthia Shall I Go To School? HOTEL Ii

Wesson ahead., of Bryn Mawr, Pa., againwas DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA '

New house, 8 rooms and bath. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy.!t

Location perfect, 4 blocks from FR.XCOXI.TOWED INTO PORT Tallahassee WOMEN, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. Hot and Cold running water in every room ,

Highest standards ranking with the LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
center of city east side. Standard the same as those of the ,
Boston, :\Iass.-The schooner Fran- best colleges and universities in the I largest and best Universities of the Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to-,

For quick sale $3000. Cash or coma, of Harrington, :Maine, with a country. North and East. $10 per week, American Plan.

20-foot hole in her side, was towed Modern buildings and equipment; I. 378 students last session. Total en- New Bath House Free to Guests I
terms. into port today by the steamer Onon- all modern conveniences.
437 students regular term; 1631 rollment 630, including Summer MRS. N. M.
daga, which ran her down off Chat- KURTZ, Prop.tlMlllilMIIIMIIMMUMMIIIIIIiinti.
summer term; total enrollment last School.
ham last night during a thick fog.No session 636.Tuition HIM
one was injured. The Franconiawas Free in College and Normal Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per >
SchooL semester for law.
bound from
Windsor
N. S. to
CARL DANN New York, and the Onondaga was write For Catalogue and information. For further information, addressA. Sentinel Want Ads Get Resu!

coming up the coast from Savannah.
EDWARD CONRADI. President., A. MURPHREE, President.
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At the .
1 Exposition- Mr. Jas. L Giles returned home last

night from New York where he has ,
and anywhere else in the United States-the safest way to carry been on business.
"travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They are .
accepted like currency at hotels ticket offices and the best stores and
rhnps. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued ia Mrs. J. R. Peebles has gone to Cincinnati -
$10. $20. $50 and $100. k Ohio, to spend the remainderof

the summer. FOR EVERYX10 .

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AB Cheques
a : Mrs. M. 0. Overstreet, who has -
L .rte (American Bankers Association) p been spending some time in Kansas .

City, Kas., returned yesterday after A WEEKYOU
I j noon.

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-A.RA. C aa llJiil returned to :
k ocatllrJ O"'M Orlando from a lengthy visit to Jack- SPEND
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sonville, Atlantic Beach and points in

Georgia. .

How much did you save last monthin .
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

rz Mr. Gray Rush returned last even- :
YOU SAVE
ing from Jacksonville where he had

N qtr. been to look after business matters. ,

Mr. R. E. Waterman, one of Winter
$10 A YEAR
wi'I Garden's sterling and popular citi-
zens, spent yesterday in Orlando,
combining business with pleasure.Mr. .
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citizen of Orlando, but now a suc-


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Mrs. J. Leinhart and daughter,Miss ,
Gladys, and nephew Mr. :Max Lein- : ,

hart, motored to Orlando yesterdayfrom ..
Oviedo and spent the afternoon .
&
trading; with the local merchants.
The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER"

How much did you save last monthin The Peoples National Bank
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf


Joseph H. Jones and John C. Jones,
of Orlando, wer guests yesterday at
the Royal hotel while attending to important -
legal business here.-Tampa
Spring WaterIS Tribune.Mr. .


Royal Smith, who has been MIIIIMMIBIil lilt iiMHMinMMinmiinniiniMuuiiiiMintMIIMilllliMMM .
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING,
spending a few days in this section,
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD went over to Daytona Beach where he IIMiniillllllllMl
will spend a day or two before goingto

Phone WRIGHT, 444 New York.

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Walters and .
TRY Better TRY SpecialOakland
daughter, Miss Elizabeth, left Tues- ,
IT BEST IT .
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day for an automobile trip of several

days, visiting Eustis, Sanford, Orlando -
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Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tf

Mr. Blish D. Lee and mother, Mrs. !
Y6aP' Bond, and Mrs. Spooner, of DeLand, Bargain :
were among well known Volusia coun-
ty citizens visiting Orlando yesterday.
They motored over in Mr. Lee's Buick
touring car. $ 200


ANNOUNCEMENTThe Mr. J. T. Horner, one of Orlando's
well known citizens, was taken to a

following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effec- local sanitarium yesterday for X-ray
treatment. That gentleman has been
tive August 2, 1915: laid up for several weeks with a com- San Juan Garage Company '

Ford Runabout ________$390.00 plication of diseases.Mr. .

Ford Touring Car______ 440.00
: W. T. Walker has returned Orlando Daytona
r Ford Town Car ________ 610.00 from where he -
Tampa went with :Mr.
No speedometer included in this year's T. S. Abernethy in his Buick car. DISTRIBUTORSWho
equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped. Mr. Walker reports that in some
places the roads were in a very bad
There can be no assurance given againstan condition. Mr. Abernethy will remainin Minim** IIIIIIIIIIIII
advance in these prices at any time.F. that city until the middle of the
week. II I II II 111111111111
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32 East Church Street Phone 226 I Mr. Randolph Robinson arrived in Executor? J
Be Your
Orlando last evening from Jacksonville Will
where he holds a responsible position -
with Chase & Company, to
spend Sunday with his father, Mr. B. ANSWER NO. 2

:\ Robinson. He was accompaniedhome I be materially impaired as a
Your estate may
by his sister, lIiss1ary Rob- direct result of the appointment of an executoror 1 +3Y wtsl s r wd a'i .,c ;
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inson, who has been visiting relatives trustee.
I.IIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIII I in that city.Deposit .
When an individual is appointed

your Savings Checks and The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
wills that the person
you. 8-12-tf is usually provided in
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
Mr. Mayo Dade, the hustling representative from giving bonds.

of Chase & Company, Arcadia When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense -
AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs after spending several days in of the estate, and then only partial secu-
Orlando with his brother, Mr. W. A.
Dade, at 20-1 Robinson avenue, left rity against loss is provided.
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis yesterday afternoon for points up the When a Trust Company is selected

a certain period in the lives of most of us when our state. Mr. L. T. Dade, of Fort Pierce The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
and Miss Virginia Dade, of DeLand, is se ured.
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with
are visiting relatives in this city. behind it the entire financial
Diamonds.A A bond which has
I strength of the Institution is always filed with
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of Mr. and Mrs. W. L Dolive and Mr. the Probate Court at nn rlmt to the estate.
and Mrs. W. H. Dolive, who have been
pilot to engage at this stage in l life's game. spending a couple of weeks at Day- Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue

May we pilot your matrimonial bark? tona Beach, returned early yesterday of this newspaper.

morning in their car. Mrs. A. W. : H
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I who also have been enjoying the delights information on this vitally important subject. H
t at the seaside, returned homeon You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
the afternoon train. They are loudin glad to advise.
T. H. EVANS their praise of Daytona Beach as
an ideal resort.
The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

JEWELER DoctorsBilekillaster

& Bruiidase Orlando, Florida


OSTEOPATHS Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00c
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