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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 17, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1915. NUMBER 160.




FLEE FROM STORM SWEPT GALVESTON ;





GERMANS ASPHYXIATED BY OWN BOMBSWATER



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WIND FILLS BLOWING THE STREETS 75 1,300'ItaliansRioting TWO BIG BATTLESHIPS ARt Big Bond Issue !I BAND OSSIOWC OF 3,000 CAUGHT BOMBARDING AS


MILES AN HOUR AtBoston For Tarpon WIND CHANGES


ALL TELEGRAPH OfFICES CLOSED SpringsTarpon THE GREEK CABINETNAS RESIGNED

... RUSHED 10 YfRA CRUZ BYTUf

Towns of Sabine, Sabine Pass, Boston, Aug. .-Several policemen Springs, Aug. 16.-The attitude Germans Claim Success Against

and Port Lavaca Have Been were hurt and sailors aboard the that develops between now and Kovno: and Brest Litovsk
interned German steamers Amerikaand Wednesday relative to the $115,000
Deserted-Coast TownsStormbound Cincinnati wex it by stones and NAVAL DEPARTMENT bond issue will be the stand that either Von Hindenberg Suffers

sticks today when 1,300 reservists repudiates or ratifies the proposi- Reverse Before Riga

preparing to sail on the Canopic, and tion, in the opinion of the best postedmen
Houston, Tex., Aug. 16.-With the their friends, made a demonstration of this section. That the votersof BULLETIN:

wind blowing now at a rate of 75: against the German ships.In CONDITIONS UNSATISFACTORY Tarpon Springs have settled downto Athens, Aug. .-The entire Gre-
IMPORTANT MEETING OF
miles an hour, water filling streets, an earlier disturbance, which developed ; FEAR ANTI-FOR considering facts, and are discarding cian cabinet has resigned.
and the light and power plant out of about formation of a paradeof unsupported talk is evident in the

commission, the people of Galvestonare the reservists in North Square, BOARD OF TRADE EIGN SENTIMENT questioning conservatism noted in the Petrograd, Aug. 16.-The Germans

fleeing from the city on every three policemen were injured one being ,discussions that are heard on the I II (I attacked Osiowc today preceding the
train. stabbed. Ten arrests were madein I streets relative to the issue. attack with a bombardment of asphyxiating -
AEROPLANE GOES TO BROWNSVlllE
Practically every town along the both outbreaks.The LAST NIGHT II The wild assertions and the activity gas bombs.
Texas gulf coast reports similar con- body of reservists, said to be with which they were received earlier The wind suddenly changed and the

ditions. the largest to leave this country on Aircraft Sent From Fort Sill I in the discussion are absent now, with Germans fled in panic to escape from
Although the actual damage indi- one ship since the war began, was MANY MATTERS OF BUSINESS I rare exception. Generally the discus- the poisonous fumes. Three thousand
Will Aid in Locating Bandsof
cated at 7 o'clock tonight was confined made up of Italians from New Eng- CAME UP AT A !sions are held to the single questionof Germans caught between the fire at

to a few houses which were land. They had paraded to the Com- BUSY SESSION Mexicans Cross- whether the benefits accruing from the fortress that their own artillerywas

blown over and there has been no monwealth pier in South Boston on ing Border the inevstment will warrant Pinellas directing were overtaken by the

known loss of life, the situation is :one side of which lay the Canopic, county assuming the indebtedness. gas and practically annihilated.
Be
Earnest Effort Will Put
growing worse with such alarming I which was to give them passage to The Opposition to the bonds is contending -
Washington Aug. navy
rapidity that fear of another disaster Italy, while on the other side were Forth to Have White Wayin department today sent rush orders by that an adequate and strictly first Setback for Von Hindenberg

is expressed everywhere, and all pre- moored the Amerika and Cincinnati. Operation by wireless to the battleships Louisianaand class system of roads might be con- London, Aug. 16.-While the Germans -

cautions possible are being taken to When the two stewards from the ThanksgivingAn New Hampshire to proceed at structed at less cost than the one con- claim successes against Kovno

meet any emergency. Cincinnati in their uniforms, were once to Vera Cruz. templated in the $115,000 proposition.In and Brest-Litovsk, the army of Von
Both the Western Union and Postal espied on the pier, the crowd jostled important meeting of the Orlando When the battleships sailed from view of this, which is generally admitted Hindenberg, operating against Riga,

Telegraph companies have closed their them. Both resisted and were joinedby Board of Trade was held at the Newport, R. I., for southern watersit by the supporters;and the debt has received another setback, according -

office.., quitting work after the floors a watchman on the dock. The San Juan hotel last night, and whileit was intended that they should go to already carried by the county, the op- to official reports from Petrograd
were flooded with six inches of water. three men were beaten badly before was not as largely' attended. some Guantanamo Cuba. position holds that the issue shouldbe tonight.

The streets of /alveston are full of they were rescued by police. of the previous meetings the "laithI The action of the department todaywas retrenched in so far as possible.

water and bo: 6 are traversing the The crowd, angered by the rescue, I ful" who were on hand disposed of taken upon receipt of dispatches On the other hand the supportersof Submarine Bombards English Coast
thoroughfares carrying families to threw stones at the big liners, smashing !considerable business. stating that the situation at Wera the issue are urging that the difference Towns

positions of greater safety. port hole glasses and deck fit- I A communication was received from Cruz was unsatisfactory. V in what the county propably London Aug. 16.-The official press

The water has not broken over the tings, and striking several sailors on the St. Louis American League team The department has been informed will lose between now and the time bureau announces that a German sub- .
sea wall however, and the wall is not the decks. in which a desire was expressed to that although the city appears quieton when the roads will be built if the marine bombarded Parton, Harrington : .1

damaged, according to Galveston reports 'have that team come to Orlando for the surface, there is much anti'oreijm present issue is lost and what might and Whitehaven today. ';

by telephone. KILLED BY WOODSMANOcala 'I training next season. After some sentiment, with the constant be saved by retrenchment, more than There three$townsre close together q

Water has backed into the streets Fla.-Homer Dean was shot discussion, a committee consisting of possibility that an outbreak may oc warrants voting the present issue. on .theCiunberlaadcaast. of-
from the lower end of the island.A and killed at Romeo Saturday night 'Messrs. H. L. Beeman, J. P. Holbrook, The discussions are not involvingso the Irish sea.-. ;' *('27": : '

strict censorship has Been established by a woodsman. E. G. Duckworth, L. B. Fort, and cur.The official reason for the orders to much the questions of increased It was stated that the damage was L Li

as the Galveston officials fear Dean, for some years, resided in Thos. Brodwater were appointed by the Louisiana and the New Hamp- taxes, or fairness of the apportionment immaterial and that there were no. 't r

that false rumors will be given out. Ocala and for a time was a memberof President Dow to make some suitable shire is that they have taken the placeof or other minor points as they casualties.

Wind Blowing 40 Miles an Hour at the police force here. arrangement with one of the league the gunboats Sacramento and Marietta are the single great question. I
HoustonIn clubs to train in this city. The com- / i ORLANDO INVINCIBLES VS. ST.

Houston the fire department took mittee was instructed to furnish the The Sacramento with the Brazilian CLOUD ATHLETICS TODAY

down all electric signs in anticipationof MERRill ISLAND BRIDGE grounds, training quarters, etc., but minister to Mexico, on board, is now P PART OF WINTER/ PARK The Orlando baseball team will play

damage by wind which is blowing not to give any money considerationin off the mouth'of the Mississippi river, the St. Cloud Athletics on the home
40 miles an hour here. order to get them to come. grounds at the Fair Grounds this afternoon -
waiting for the storm to subside and
-- TO COST $$100,000 ROAD NOW OPEN -
The towns of Sabine and Sabine A communicatifrom: Foote & permit it to pass up to New Orleans. at 3:30 o'clock. This game

Pass have been deserted .as well as Davies, Atlanta was received, in The battleships are due at Vera will be one of the best of the season,

Port Lavaca. ENGINEER SELECTED FOR which they proposed to get out a descriptive Cruz Wednesday. FROM: VIRGINIA AVENUE TO as j.he St. Cloud boys have a very fast
The refugees that others have team and will make
say booklet of the Dixie highway Upon their arrival the Marietta will the local boys
been PRELIMINARY SURVEY SEMINOLE LINE ROADIS stejt to beat them.
trapped. some The Orlando
and wanted Orlando to be repre- sail to Progresso, in answer to the
Water is reported ia: the streets of MAKES REPORT sented therein. It was decided to appeals of the International Harvester -I CLEAR team will use the same line-up they
every coast town from Corpus Christito have been using throughout the sea-
wa J until the official highway booklet company and other importers. I
Orange. Will Be of Reinforced Concrete wa; gotten out before taking up any They complain that sisal hemp car- 1,200 Feet East of Ice Plant Is son.

Decked With 'VoodSteelDrawbridge outside advertising proposition. goes are being held up. Still Closed and Will Re-

Estimatedto Another communication of the same The war department announced thatit main So for Next
GUARD I J. P. MORGANNoted TWO MIDDIES S D DISMISSED'Findings
F Cost $100,000 character was received from the Mutual is sending two aeroplanes from Eight Days .
Co-operative Realty company, of Fort Sill, Oklahoma, to Brownsville.
Jacksonville, asking that the Board of These will be used for
Financier Who Was Shot Cocoa, Fla., Aug. 16.-C. M. Rogers aeroplanes The Winter Park road is open from of Court of Inquiry
Trade take advertising in their and it is
scouting expectedthat
pro- purposes,
\ of Daytona, the engineer selected Virginia avenue to the Seminole
By Holt Has Recovered; posed booklet to be issued. This Made Public-Sweeping
soon I they will render important ser- '
to make the preliminary survey of county line. To reach Virginia ave-
Is Again at Office in matter was referred to the publicity vice in locating bands of Mexicans at- Changes in "Exams"*
the Indian river for the proposed nue go east on Marks street to the
New York bridge from Cocoa to Merritt Island, committee.A tempting to cross the border. Hamlin grove, then north to Virginia RecommendedWashington
communication received from
t has completed his survey and has sub- was avenue, the first street north of the
New York.-J. P. Morgan, fully recovered "Show Florida to Millions" Aug. 16.-Findings of
company BASEBALL RESULTS
mitted to the committees who have Hamlin grove, thence west to the
from wounds. inflicted by the inviting the Board of Trade to take the court of inquiry which investi-
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the work in charge a record of the Winter Park road.
would-be assassin, Frank Holt, last in the Grand Central Palace gated examination irregularities at
space
soundings, a map of the bottom of National League From the ice plant for 1,200 feet
month, returned to his desk in the the Xaval with
academy
New York, advertising the disciplinaryaction
the river showing the.different strataof resourcesof Brooklyn 1, New York 2. east, the road is closed and will remain -
financial dis fict of Manhattan Mon this section. :Matter referred to approved by Secretary Daniels
rock and sand for a depth of some Philadelphia 5. Boston 0. so for the next eight days, and
day. lie will be as carefully guardedas made public. Two
publicity committee.The were midshipmen
twenty-odd feet, and complete draw- Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati. the public is requested to not attemptto
any European monarch. proposed White Way for Or- All scheduled. -Ralph }I. Nelson, Jr., of Peekskill
ings of the proposed bridge. use it for the present.
Tie steam yacht Corsair will carry lando, and which matter had been N. Y., and Charles M. Reagle, of
The blue prints for the proposed Federal League
him every morning from his estateat postponed from a previous meeting, Wellsville, Ohio-are dismissed from .
bridge show length of Buffalo 0 Kansas 5. .
a
approximately City DEATH OF PROMINENT WINTER
Glen Cove.
the Twelve others
was next taken and consumed academy. are or-
5,900 feet, the substructure to be up Baltimore 4 Chicago 6. VISITORMr.
The landing place here will be kept practically the remainder of the even- dered disciplined.The .
of reinforced concrete and the Pittsburgh 1, Brooklyn 4.
super- -
secret if possible. A limousine will ing. Mr. S. A. Johnson had diagrams, court appointed by Secretary
structure or decking to be of wood. All scheduled.
meet the yacht. Detectives in various maps, etc., showing the proposed Walter R. Palmer, of 109 Ern- Daniels last June, submitted a unani-
disguises will be on duty at the pier. The plans also include a steel draw lighting, posts, distance of streets, American League estine street, died yesterday morningat mous report after a long and exhaustive -
After Mr. Morgan is seated in the bridge with two fifty-five: foot clear etc. He explained to the members New York 0, Philadelphia 2. his old home, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. inquiry which created a sensationand

car the curtain will be drawn, so its openings with twenty foot reinforced' present the cost of the different posts. Boston 1, Washington 0. Palmer has spent the winter here for delayed the sailing of the academy's -
occupant can not be_ seen from the concrete base the most substantial Provided 179 are contracted for they Cleveland 2-1, Detroit 6-3. the last five years. He had been in practice squadron on its Pacific 1
street. The detectives in another car draw bridge in use. The estimatedcost would be installed at a cost to the St. Louis 4-1, Chicago 8-5. poor health for over a year, and lost cruise. All of the disciplinary recom-

will accompany the Morgan automo- of the building of the structureas property holder complete ready to Southern League ra idly after going north about three mendations were approved by the sec-

bile to Wall and Broad streets. No outlined by the plans and specifi- turn on the electricity at from $40 to Memphis 5, Chattanooga 2. months ago. He was born in Devon- retary and the dismissals were sub-

unidentified craft will be allowed to cations, which includes contractors' $50. The city to furnish the electric- New Orleans 5, Atlanta 0. shire, England, April 16, 1845, and mitted to and approved by President

/enter the private boat basin at East profits, is within $100,000. ity. For instance, if six lights were Mobile 4-1, Birmingham 3-2. served in the civil war. lie has beenin Wilson.

Island where Mr. Morgan embarks. installed approximately in each block, Little Rock 4, Nashville 3. Jne wholesale woodenware businessin I Sweeping changes in the method of
The land entrance to the island i is MEXICAN UPRISING ON TEXAS it would cost the property holder Cincinnati nearly thirty years. conducting examinations were suggested -

J blocked by heavy gate chains. Noneof BORDER MAY BE AT END from 85 cents to $1.00 per front foot. THE WEATHERFor Mr. W. II. Palmer left yesterday by the court and are under

the servants on the estate may I The bracket posts wer endorsed by afternoon over the Atlantic Coast consideration by Secretary Daniels.

leave or return to the island without Brownsville, Tex.-No disorder was the Board, with the proviso that they Florida: Generally fair today; Line for Cincinnati to be present at Among its recommendations were:

giving detectives, stationed at every reported today along the TexasMexican ('I'cost no more than the other designs moderate southeast winds, except the funeral of his father. "That the practice of giving out

possibel point of departure or ap- border and reports from the lower I submitted. A committee to work strong easterly over northwest por- 'dope' or advanced information shouldbe
proach, a countersign. Hereafter, it Rio Granfe" valley indicate that the with Mr. Johnson will be appointed tion. PASSENGERS ARE SLEUTHS abolished unless heads of departments

was said today, Mr. Morgan will Mexican uprising organized under the I by the president today. This com- issue it by memoranda.

spend most of his leisure time on the so-called "plan of San Diego" has I'mittee. will call upon the property contemplates erecting.Mr. Sharon, Pa.-Passenger trains on "That examinations should not be

island. been quelled. Captain J. M. Fox of I holders to secure pledges so that active Reese addressed the Board in the Mahoning division of the Erie made so long or so difficult as to

the state ranger service, who returnedto i work can be commenced on the regard to the publicity tax which was railroad have been equipped with a make 'dope' system necessary for a
STORK VISITS MURPHY HOME Brownsville tonight, stated that ';installation with the view of having recently voted upon by the citizens of device which registers the speed for great proportion of a class to pass

virtually all of the Mexican bandits ,the lights turned on Thanksgivingday. Orlando and asked that the city com- the entire distance travelled.If examinations satisfactorily." .
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Murphy who terrorized ranches and small : missioners proceed to collect the full at the end of the run the distance

of East Anderson street, a little towns near the international bound- I I The building committee did not one mill tax to be applied on publicity shows that the speed has exceeded 66 The new magazines for September ''

girl, Kathryn Lee, yesterday after- ary have either been killed or driven ,make their report last night on the purposes. His suggestion was favor- miles &n hour the enginemen are sus- coming in daily. Come and see us.
noon at 6 Curtis & O'Neal, book store.a .
o'clock. back into Mexico. 'proposed building ivh ,, oard ably acted on. pended.


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FOREIGNERS APPROACHED ON INTERESTING COMMUNICATION : out the methods by which the ac- in all the cities indicates that the

PEACE PLAN FROM W. S. BRANCH counts and all the transactions of the people like this particular kind of ser-
vice. Tampa already has three of
exchange are kept, so that any mem-
Washington, D. .-It was reported Fla. these popular places, a new one hav- Trees With
Tampa, Aug. 13, 1915. ber of the organization can come into Capital Surplusand
that all foreign governments interested ing started this week. ,
Editor Sentinel-Although I have the office at any time and trace his ,.
in Mexico had been Not hence Orlando will
approached many years
been a resident of Orlando for twelve shipment of fruit to ascertain just doubtless have Undivided Profits
informally on the peace (
where it went, just what it sold for one.W. ;
plans of the Pan-American confer- years, during which time I have made S. BRANCH. ,
and every detail of the transaction.The .
frequent trips to Jacksonville, so thatI
system of books and transac-,
feel quite at ease either on Bay tions of the exchange show that it is The hired girl has went-she was
ence.ARCADE street or Riverside Drive, my visitsto truly a co-operative organization and hired, she was tired, she was fired; "Just ordinary trees may be compared to a com ,

this south end metropolis have that it is carried on with a detail and but smile-you can get another by pany with only its original capital. It has not

been confined to two short spasms, method that must recommend it to using our want ad. column. been augmented by the profit of foresight or bus..
iness acumen, nor diminished by dissipation, lack
during one of which I saw a small who will take the trouble
anyone to :
section of Franklin street by electric FOR SALE of thrift or losses.
investigate it. All of it reflects great j
MILKDEPOT light, and another one gave a similar credit on Mr. Jones and Mr. Haizlip, I I Evolution means something. There is daily an

view of Tampa's chief thoroughfareby two former Orlando men, who have I i SCREENS WHAT AM improvement in the types of men, animals and

daylight. Therefore, when for a done so much to bring it to its pres- I! SCREENS plants.

liberal cash consideration Dr. Ed- ent success and efficiency. BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. Trees that have been brought from the lower

wards advised me that there was I have made one trip to St. Peters- I John W. Pounds Agent ordinary type to the higher types may be said

nothing the matter with me but he burg and Pass-a-Grille, and I am con- Box 703 to have accumulated a surplus.Our .

considered that a short vacation woulddo templating a trip down the bay to j trees by the refinement of the process of
me good, I determined to Bradentown. l
BUTTER MILK swoop These boat rides
are bud selection, and by the perfection of our nur-
down on the Cigar City and remain cool, restful and
Fresh soothing to tired practice have not only the capital and the
Every Day. sery
until I had it all. This is no
seen
nerves and without of the What do
5c. per glass any possi-I, you surplus, but undivided profits which you may
small undertaking, for believe me, bilities of sea sickness and the con- i share.

25c. per gallon Tampa is some town. But with my sequent miseries of a sea voyage. If'I hope for in a SEND FOR OUR CATALOGthat

CREAM AND MILK headquarters established at the fine was of the disposition of Dr. Maddox !
BUTTER old Tampa Bay hotel I have put in or Dr. McElroy I suppose instead I varnish ? you may know these refining, type better-
ment, profiit-making qualities, and how they
the week
past seeing all the sights of spending my time riding up and
Fresh Homemade and interesting objects that are visible down the bay I would be sitting on are imparted to the orange and grapefruit and
other trees produced, not merely grown, by
SANDWICHESPIES including "Hortense, the new the dock at St. Petersburg trying to
city hall clock who tells people whento induce a big fish to bite my bait so I 1HE.
AND CAKES
get up and when to retire, and could pull him to the top and let.him
I
Lambright of the Tribune, who tells die of short breath. As it is I patronize 1 [WCCUiJTRO
them what to do and how to act and some of Tampa's fine cafes and : 7 Lake Garfield NurseriesBartow

ARCADE MILK DEPOTAN what to read. and how the home teamis restaurants and have my fish servedin I Florida
playing.Not
the many tempting ways known to
having my "Twin Six" Ford the culinary art. I VARNISHES I II .

with me I have used the ever ready One of the most interesting of I

electric street cars, thereby seeing alii these eating places is the style knownas I

UNSOLICITED LETTERWant the pretty homes in Hyde Park, City a "caffetaria." You go in and

Beautiful, etc., as well as the big cigar take a large server and place it on a I 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.SPECIAL .
factories and sights of Ybor City. When you buy varnish for your
for run provided for the
to way I
compliment you purpose
the excellent work you have done One of the pleasantest rides I have just below the top of the long counter floors appearance you hope that of those it will floors improvethe and I SALEAll I

for me. had was a trip to Port Tampa. The holding the food. The first food ;you that it will be durable.

Have been coming to Florida route lies through one of the most come to is the meats and vegetables, Unfortunately much that is sold for

for 30 years and have had work popular and growing residence sec- steaming hot. Select those you wish J floor varnish won't realize that hope Day H

done from J Jacksonville to Key tions of the city and shows many evi- and run :your tray along the track, I for YOlLLawson.s

West St. Augustine to Pensacola dences of thrift and but little evidenceof and as you go, help yourself to the Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
a wonderful deep lustrous finish. It is
the close financial conditions that applied because it works easily. It | Saturday and Monday |
and I can truthfully say I food you wish for, arranged in dishes I is easily unequalled for durability and will not
have never had such excellent just at present seem to be afflicting along the counter. At the end of the scratch white. It dries absolutely dust-

work done for me, as you have many other sections of the country. run there is the milk coffee, tea, I j free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets Here are a few of the prices. Call and get others.

done. The proprietors of the During my rides I have seen more water, etc., and a clean, pleasant I As for economy. Lustro has a covering Wright's Salad Dressing, 35 cent size _________. .__25c

laundries of Jacksonville and bungalows than I had supposed one looking young lady who glances at I capacity that is wonderfulTry Lenox Soap, 7 bars for ___. ._____________________25e -

Tampa, not to speak of smaller could find in the whole state of Flor your tray, tells' you the price, which Varnish out at a our case risk of returnable Lustro Elastic if unsatIS-Floor Club Cheese, 35c. for ___________________________25e

places, can come to your place ida. In fact I have about concluded you pay, and take your tray and sit I factory.Made Roquefort Cheese, 25 cent for ____________________20c

and learn how to do work. The that possibly "Bungalowville" would down to one of the tables and eat. I by Valentine & Co. Corn, 3 cans for ___. .___________________________25c

people of Orlando can justly feel be a more appropriate name for the No important looking waiter watch- i Catsup, 3 bottles for ____________________________25c

proud of their Steam Laundry. city than the one by which it is now ing you to grab your dish as soon as | Manufacturers of Coffee, 5 lbs for _____________________. ._______$1.00
fast becoming famous. I do not knowjust it is empty and then stand and look VALSPAR and
Name
( on application.) SATURDAY NIGHT
what "Tampa" means, for all I at you wondering how much of a tip I VAL-EXAMEL

know it may be the Cuban word for you are going to give him and serving From 7 to 9 p.m., we will sell

Orlando "bungalow," but certainly the name you with more or less indifference ) HAMS AT ___________________________17 cents per Ib

"Bungalowville" would be both sug according to whether he thinks you SUGAR, 16 pounds for _________________. .______$1.00
All to be had
Steam gestive and truthful, not to say eu are a tip giver or the opposite. Thee atFINLEY'S We have just received a shipment of White Rose
LaundryFRENCH phonious. I have seen every size, I caffeteria seems to be the pure democracy PIONEER PAINT Goods, and some New York Full Cream Cheese.
style and color of of which STORE
bungalow
of the
restaurant business
DRY CLEANERS I i iI WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
LAUNDERERS past'and present history makes men and their rapidly increasing numbers :I Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.SCHOOLS .
tion. Some of them look like California I I
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PHONE 88 others remind one of Brookline,
I Boston's most aristocratic suburb; I Our Grocery CompanyTwo

others built on lines that suggest Japan .I :-: :-:

Get Behind a and the cherry blossoms for ii'. Phones: 3 and 200

which that country is noted. Many of t 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.
CW'e1iu 4owand I these embryo residences are beauti- J

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enjoy a really' cool dry sweet I young again and go to housekeepingin
1D10 e. The Wellington Pipe won't "a Is conducted I
boll, won't get foul. bungalow built for two. A on 9 The school anda
few others are so incongruous in system of prac home buildings areticalidealsthatmake
MaJ. III
America shape and color that we are temptedto modern throughout

Cone ill and turn incendiary for a few moments for thorough men and splendidly HANDFUNERAL
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and set them fire. But taken tal, moral and phy. equipped in
:I are. on as a every
2s.or:5::. )Or,ap.I T whole, the ensemble is most charm- sical development. respect.

I ing, and I have about made up my DIRECTORAND
mind that if I should ever commit a The beautiful campus is located about 1200 feet

crime so grave that I must needs be above sea level in the ideal climate of the Blue EMBALMERAll

banished from Orlando the Beautiful, Ridge Plateau. Only 8 miles from Atlanta, the

I Say All: I would ask the judge to sentence me Southern center of education and culture.
to spend the remnant of my life in a
Tampa bungalow. Careful, individual attention is given each student, and calls answered Promptly Dayor
Like each instructor has twelve students under his direct
You want to see this new nearly all progressive and
growing towns Tampa has a few real supervision for safe-guarding and night study. Night. Hand Block.

package Spider is introducing to estate men and they have platted ad-
Thorough offered
courses are for Classical
the market-its the swellest ditions and suburbs in every direction Engineering and Commercial study.The Orlando Florida.PHONE .
and I think one could even find a few ,
thing out in the way of little vacant lots for sale if he should start efficient Military Department is in charge of a U. S. Army of RESIDENCEPHONE 457
ficer, and has the distinction of being one of the few schools "Es 639. ,
Cigars. out with the cash in his hand readyto pecially commended for progress" by the U. S. War Department.
buy. I was looking through
one For interesting, illustrated literature, address:
See him at theGood addition the other day and became
COL.. C. WOODWARD, A. M, Pres,
quite interested in it as I came to
COLLEGE
PARK. GA.
one street named "Presbyterian"

street. Here, thought I, is the placeI
and Bad The Orlando Meat MarketT.
have been on the lookout for these

many years. But a closer investigation HIIMIttllltittHMMiMtllMMtMI9MlllllliilMMtI

Cigar StoreOrange showed that there was not a sin- A. YANCY Manager
gle house standing on the whole I ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMYST.

AvenueBargain length of the street, while the far end AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
of it ran off into a large pond of
Established 1S66 Western Meats
Florida and '
small lake. I made up my mind that
-" the owners had made I
an error in not
naming it "Baptist" street. I High-Class Boarding School for young ladies in charge of Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
The Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic and
finishing touches
are being put non-Catholic families of this and other states. Buildings splendidly Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
on the new city hall, and the new city equipped with all modern conveniences. Delightful and healthy
library is also about ready to receive location in quaint and artistic Ancient City. Course thorough, em- / Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
the books. These two fine buildingsare bracing al branches requisite for a solid and refined education. PHONES \Residence ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.11111111111111111111111r1111111111111111111131111111'.
Music, Painting, languages, Comercial Course. Terms moderate.For .
modem handsome and a credit to full particulars, write
the city and it's public spirited tax SISTER SUPERIOR.

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house is not as large nor as fine as
BREAKERS HOTEL
some I have seen in the North and
Shall I Go To School?
..... Middle West, but after the Tam- DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

New house, 8 rooms and bath., pamiama no doubt highway that the is Tampa finished merchants I have FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR | THE STATE UNIVERSITYGainesville Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. r

Location perfect, 4 blocks from l and business men will pass the hat i WOMEN Fla. Hot and Cold running water in every room
Tallahassee
and raise a fund to build Fla. LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
a temple of Highest standards, ranking with the '
center of city east side. Standard the those of the
same as
justice that will be in keeping with best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the : Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to

For quick sale $3000. Cash or the other environments of the munic- country. North and East. $10 per week, American Plan.

terms. ipality. Modern buildings and equipment; 378 students last session. Total enrollment I New Bath House Free to Guests
Yesterday I called at the office of all modern conveniences. '
the Florida Citrus Exchange. Manager 437 students regular term; 163 630, including Summer MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop.
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summer term; total enrollment last SchooL
Jones was out of the city on a session 636.Tuition I.t Iititi Ul111: lilJIMMMMMMIMIIMMIttltllliiiiniSentinel
business trip but Mr. W. T. Haizlip, Free in College and Nor- Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per
the efficient head of the financial de- mal School semester for law.

CARL DANN f partment, very kindly showed me For Catalogue and information, For further information, addressA. Want Ads Get Results

i through the entire office and pointed I writeEDWARD CONRADI, President. A MURPHREE, President. t1

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COLLECTS MANY FISH I I DOG FREES MISTRESS COUNT CASIMIR MANKOWSKI FAMOUS GOLFER DEAD
PERCHED ON BOW OF THE

West Fla. I.. L. Mowbray, I Miami Fla.-One of the most ANKLE DEEP II.
Key Orange, N. J.-Thomas Anderson,
decisions in court I
unique police annals -
biological expert with the New York aged 30, the widely known golfer, was
I was handed down when Municipal -I New York.-Despite the fact that
the I I'I killed near Montclair when his auto-
. aquarium, was a passenger on Judge Phillips ordered the release 'his motorboat, Ankle Deep II., has I
-_ II mobile went over an embankment.
teamer San Jacinto leaving for New from city jail of a woman, basing as 'I twice gone to the bottom of Long Anderson was learning to operate the
York and trried with him one of the .''I his reason for paroling her on the lesland sound, Count Casimir Man- machine. Two demonstrators were

largest and most complete selectionsof grounds that she was the owner of a kowski, well known motorboat enthu- injured. Anderson was former open I
fish ever taken from these waters. pet collie dog and rather than see the siast, will have the speedy little craftin champion of Pennsylvania, and was a k
dog incarcerated in jail, he ordered shape for the Gold Challenge
for the New York aquarium.In cup brother of the late William Anderson,
her paroled. races on Manhassett bay this month.
the collection
were some rare former national golf champion of the
and beautiful specimens of the angel, i I The woman was lodged in jail Tues- After being raised the second time I I United States.
especially beautiful being the French day on a charge of disorderly conduct, the Ankle Deep II. was taken to City

and queen angel fish, this species be- .:as the outgrowth of a quarrel be- Island, where it was said she was not
ing rarely taken in these waters. An- '!tween herself and husband, which was I so seriously damaged that she wouldbe TO PROBE LAKE SERVICE

other rare specimen was a French preferred by neighbors, who com- unable to take part in the races. : t
market fish that is one of the odd plained that the two had made I Her engine was uninjured and she Washington, D. C.-A committee of

and wonderful, as well as beautifulfish i it impossible for them to sleep at suffered only a broken propeller anda I supervising inspectors of the steamboat A gV Y oe
sometimes, but not often, cap- !I night, because of their heated arguments II hole in her bow from contact with inspection service was named today C'V
and disturbances. a rock. by Inspector General Uhler to in- =
tured in these waters. What adds I
I I vestigate the service on the great
As the released woman passed out I
greatly to the beauty of the fish are
of jail the judge, looking at the little lakes to further safeguard passenger
the long lateral fins near the tail, NIGHTMARE OF A HEADLINE
that extend behind and wave gracefully I''collie, said: "It's a good thing she I WRITER traffic. The investigation was orderedby rYF
"took in there with her, I'd Secretary Redfield. John A. Potter
or re-
in the water as the fish propels you Austria angrily attacks Augustowicz. -
itself forward. fuse to parole her. But I've got too of New Orleans, will be a memo

The largest, according to several I much respect for you to allow them to I I Belgians bravely beat back the Ba- ber of the committee which will meetat
keep locked in there." Cleveland September 15.NO .
fishermen, green moray that has ever I you up varians.
been caught in these waters was also Canadians courageously conquer the
among the collection. The reptile :i TWO MORE FOR SUBMARINES II canals. SUITS LIKELY

weighs 36 pounds and is 6 feet three I Dinant's defenders defeat destroyers -
inches long. London.-The British steamer Cairo I at Dixmude. Washington, D. C.-Attorney Gen- 'F
Before sailing on the San Jacinto I and the fishing smack Amethyst have I I England's efforts effective in enfilading eral Gregory indicated today that no
Mr. Mowbray said he was going backto been sunk by submarines. The crews I I enemy. federal suits against anthracite rail- Blanche Sweet in 'The Clue," at the Grand to.day.

New York with over 600 fishes, were saved. I i France forces fierce fighting in roads were likely to follow the Inter-
comprising 55 different species, and Flanders. state Commerce Commission decision I RIDICULES PEACE TALK | "Germany does not own the Darda-
several of them species that have There are two British vessels named I I Germans grab Galicia by gallant ordering sweeping reductions in | nelles and therefore can not offer
long been wanted by the museum. Cairo, a brigantine and a ketch. No generalship. freight rates and holding the car- I London.-Reports that Germanyhas i them, to anybody," declares the Nach-
steamship Cairo in British registry Hindenburg hesitates to halt his riers guilty of unlawful and discrim- made overtures for separate !I richten. "They are the property of
AMNESTY ALLOWED WARSAW is mentioned in maritime records. I hussars. inatory practices. Mr. Gregory thinksall peace by offering to Russia a use of I the Turks, who for five months have

CITIZENS Italian infantry insistently invades the acts cited probably are covered i the Dardanelles are ridiculed by the proved that they know how to defend
MAY TEACH SWUUIIXGI I Istria. in suits already instituted by the Hamburg Nachrichten, according to them. The German empire does not

Berlin, wireless to Sayville.-The Joffre jovially jests on Jack John government against the roads in- a Reuter's dispatch from Amsterdam. betray its allies."

Overseas News Agency say: Chicago.-Members of the committee son. volved. I -- "Ii

"The German military authorities, on buildings and grounds of the Kitchener kindly commends the I

on sugegstion of the citizens' com- I board of education adopted a resolu-I I king's kitchens. DANISH GOVERNMENT TAX I
mittee of Warsaw, have declared a tion recommencing the Lined up at Louvain, loom up at SHIPPING COMPANIES i PER .
35 Discount
general amnesty of political prisoners swimming in every public school. It Lemberg. I CENT :
there and set them free. Among I is estimated that it will cost the city Mackensen madly maneuvers, men- London.-A Reuter dispatch from I 1i
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these was the widely' known Russian about $1,000,000 a year to add swim- acing many. Copenhagen says: the Danish govern- i
labor leader Meden."Semiofficial ming to the curriculum. The steamer Nieuport nervously negotiates nour- ment has announced its intention to
warnings have been Eastland disaster led to a consideration -. ishment. place an extra war tax of 20 per cent. i For the benefit of our customers :

issued against over speculation on of the subject. Oncoming offensive on Oltichal om- on the surplus earnings of shipping
the stock exchange. inous. companies which have been amazingly i we will give a 25

"The duchy of SaxeCoburgGothahas ALLIES' LANDING FORCE RE- Petrograd pours in provisions to large since war's outbreak.
increased the daily bread allow- PULSED pound Przemysl. The Copenhagen Politiken computesthat : per cent;, cash discount on

ance to the inhabitants. The Berlin Berlin, wireless to Sayville.-The Querulous queen questioned on $26,000,000 more than in ordi- I
all sold the
goods during i
Logal Anzeiger announces that a Overseas News Agency says: queer queries. nary times has been earned by the
third cut in flour and bread prices is "Reliable reports from the front' Russians revenge retreat on the companies. As this extra tax, it is
month of and
July August. j
probable. state that the last landing operationsof Rawka. estimated will produce approximately i
"War correspondents report that the French and British were rela- Singalese and Sikhs suffer setbackat $6,500,000, the country will be saved

Warsaw was not damaged by the tively unimportant. At Karachali, Sieniawa. the necessity of raising a national !
struggle around it and that only the 350 men tried to land but were re loan.
corn store houses in Praga were pulsed. Twenty of them were killed. STEAMER GOES AGROUND i Hammond & Gore '1 1I

burned. Lublin likewise was only The others regained their ships. Boston.-The freight steamer El PERU NEGOTIATING LOAN -
slightly damaged. Some factories in "At Anaforta British Mar Point I
Bay 1,500 grounded near Allerton,
: FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. i
the barracks district were burned." land:1 and attempted to outflank theTurkiSt after she had cleared for Galveston Lima, Peru.-It is understood that
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T position at Ari Burnu. They today. It is expected she will be the Peruvian government is negotiating -w I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla. 1llHMIIMIilMHMIIIIMi
Want anything? Ask for it thro gh were repulsed without making any hauled off at high tide early tomor- for the flotation of a loan in !
Sentinel "Wants." progress." row and proceed. New York. P
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from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-cheA. to Medallion Department, on Main Floor, our Spring so we
where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. Whe1\" our 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
f Columbia Medallians are made in three styles, and each style in gloss or dull finish.

wonderful HALF PRICE SALE.
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Water Color'

I'I CarbonSepia This style produces with These $5.00 We realize that your satisfaction is our "suc-
marvelous exactness the
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effect of a fine eneravinc. I by the old masters, having of the costume. Should ; are about double the size ,
producing the high lights I all the clearness and fine you wish life colors, hand- resentation. Don't delay! Come today' Sale will
each color burnt of illustration.m
painted
and shadows to perfection. I tone of an etching. .
j a charge of 25c. is 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 $;).00 each. We guarantee the likeness to be 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" j jiMilliMIIIMIIMIIUIMMMlii ,
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South Florida SentinelMORNING Other A GOOD' municipalities ONE. might well The Cathedral School j

AND WEEKLY emulate' the spirit that is shown by

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V. 1:' GLENN ...... Editor citizen in Orlando- .
...... practically every
*t":. C. ESSINGTOX Bn in M Manager -
where every one is a booster and the Orlando's Select Boarding and Day :
Entered at the pottoffice at Orlando. Florida knocker lies beneath the warm yet silent School for Girls .
u Second Class Mail Matter. sod-with a heavy monolith to 16th Year opens October 6th 1915 :

SUBSCRIPTION RATES keep him mute. There are some Primary, Intermediate and Academic
DaD,. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 Grade3
Daily 6 Month ...................... 2.50 things in that city which need bet-
Daily. S Months ...................... 125Daily. tering-but hears idle Also Musk, Art, Elocution Physical 1PPYEEK'Begins
1 Month ......................... 60 I one never gos- .
sip the walks regarding them. Culture and Domestic Science.
Weekly. f-Yemr ...................... 11.00 There upon is a gentlemen's agreementthat For Catalogues address the Rector .

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN the grouch shall remain muzzled Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. 51. :

during at least two shifts of a union Orlando, Fla. :

ADVERTISERS; working day; and every one holds to Next
Copy for display and all other hand-act that agreement. If an official' has Tuesday, August 17th-
advertising muM be handed in at the businessrtco.of
the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. proved recreant to the trust and confi-

to the change day before for publication.contract adTertiiinc This rule;applies it U dence reposed in him the tales are not FIELD'SCHOCOLATE And Continues One Week'A :

tartrUhle aqd will be strictly adhered to.Subscribers told during traffic time-not bruitedby .
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desiring The Sentinel diSconcinued those bleaching on the benches.
should notify the office in writing on The people take hold and straightenup year ago we inaugerated a week of jovial jollification. It was a hummer! It *
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates,. matters. The result is that Or- made Orlando smile and then some. We are going to repeat the prescription-The diag-

Telephone until"notice Nnmb-r to stop .is...received................... uTUESD. lando has grown-and keeps growing.Its nose of your. case will be smiles-all smiles-the diagnose of our case will be reductions .
line of action might well be takenas VANILLA and refunds. t

.\AUGUST. 17, 191;). a precedent by many communities

and wherein where are the treasured knocker and petty grouch spites-go PEACH Come! Save!! And Be Happy!!! A A '\ '\

Every automobile driver insists on CARAMEL i
hand in hand along life's highway,
blowing his own horn.
happy and hilarious because of the ICE CREAMS. A
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chance to say something mean about
Sometimes a man's popularity is
some one else.-Palm' Beach Post.A .
due to the fact that he saves his
a
money.
o man and a woman are travelingthe CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 19c.

Those people who monopolize the country begging for just one For the Wee Tot
chicken for the benefit of
street curb, seem never to be satis- an orphan A
fied with half a loaf. asylum. One day netted them $30
Dainty Lingerie Dresses, Wash Dresses, Vestees,
o worth of chickens and some cash. An-
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Slips, Sweaters, Suits, Caps, Bonnets, etc. A
The only true weather prophet is other fellow is traveling representing CLUB SANDWICH 25c:. .

the man who has a bunion that is able himself as a chicken inspector. He : AT SUCH BIG REDUCTIONS THAT WILL MEAN

to attend to its business. usually finds a few diseased fowls. : ,R -
: A REFUND OF FROM 13c.; TO 33c.; ON EVERY
o Set the dog on all such.
: DOLLAR
We Make' Our Own Ice Cream YOU SPEND.
The candidate for office can make o- Packed .
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most any old barbecue or picnic a suc- Many a man who howls about the and Delivered for All .. A

cess until the campaign closes. scarcity of money never thinks of try- 'u./

o ing to earn a little of it by honest A
OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S
We are anxiously awaiting some labor. A

one to propose another remedy for o

the prolongation of human 'life, as GROWING COLD IN TilE NORTH

all who have tried the others are now
For That Live Wire Girl
dead. It has been cool in the North pretty

o much all' summer, but it is now grow- i
of YoursSchool
The best roads of any county in the ing cold already up there. The following -

state will continue to be a reality in from the Greenville (Ohio)

Orange county when the new roads Advocate will prove interesting: Dresses and Rompers, Middy Blouses, Gauze

which are being constructed are fin- "Palm Beach suits took a sudden Underwear, Fancy Ribbons, Hosiery, Corsets, Boots and /

ished. slide yesterday when the temperature Shoes.

o began to fall. Some of the lovers of
ALL REDUCED MEANING A SAVING TO YOU OF
The motion picture today is the Palm Beaches hung onto them until' When it comes to delicious light ,
basis of the second largest industryin they discovered that it was likely to FROM 15c. TO 30c. ON EVERY DOLLAR.

the United States. Gross earnings become a good deal colder. Not more WAFFLES .. AA

approximate three hundred million than one or two were seen on the ..

dollars per year, and they are said streets last night. Some people discarded A
to have been three hundred and nine- straw hats yesterday and last AND -

teen million dollars during 1913. Con- night." That
For Perpetual Motion
siderable loose change to pick up. SYRUP

o INVESTMENT BANKING '
Son of Yours
The longest, costliest spite fence in THIS IS ONE OF OUR
the The Real Estate Bank covers a field t
world is being erected by J. Og-
not cohered by the average commer- "Right Posture" Clothing, Rompers Cast Iron
SPECIALS
den Armour at his country home near cial bank. real loans. f
Making estate
Lake Forest, Ill. It is seven and a Manage property, both real and per- ;; Shirtings, Hosiery that wears like leather, low Shoes

half feet high, a mile long and of sonal, for clients. Look after their 15 centsCatering made to wear, Hats, Caps and Ties.
taxes, and other obligations. Manage
brick. It will cost 65000. It is :
estates-collecting rents, insuring t AT REDUCTIONS THAT MEAN REFUNDS TO
erected to keep passengers on the St. property, drawing deeds and con .
V YOU OF FROM 20c. TO 40c. ON EVERY DOLLAR
Paul from seeing the house and tracts. Look after investments
grounds.It specting titles, collecting dividends, YOU SPEND.
coupons, notes or other obligations.:
o Buying first and other
: mortgages se
is said that Thomas A. Edison curities. Mr. Cook, in the Watkins To Those

has taken the fire whistle from his Block, with associates, is organizinga Happy Week will be just what its name portends-a week of merriment jovialty,
Real Estate Bank, and is busy list- .
West Orange, N. J., factory because ing properties and other investment Who Care joy The atmosphere of our store will be surcharged with the electricity of happiness

babies leaped from their cradles when opportunities. 8-17-2t -and we are going to pleasantly shock every visitor with the lowness of prices. ,
they heard the Mast of the whistle.

This explanation would be more intel-
For the Coy Maidenof
ligible if it were stated whether the
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babies jumped from fear of the whistle SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS
Sweet Sixteen
or because they wanted it to play .
with.-Troy Times.It Have you prepared your- garden for Fall Planting? If .
not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem- (or thereabouts) t
o
ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS.
seems that some people have OUR IRISH POTATOESare Dainty Summer Dresses, charming fabrics, beau- _

really thought that the heavy rainfull here waiting for you. Prices right. tiful Laces, Middy Blouses, Evening Gowns, the
of recent weeks was due to the can- SHEEP MA- latest in footwear
Have you tried our PULVERIZED very ; unexcelled Hosiery, Sum- -

nonading in Europe. If that opinion NURE? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow- mer Silks, distinctive Underwear, etc., etc.
needs any reply it is effectively given ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur- t

when the New York World points out chaser. 25c. packages and up. AT SUCH BIG REDUCTIONS THAT WILL MEAN ,
that the central European states
are A REFUND OF FROM 15c. TO 35c. ON EVERY
suffering from drought. While showers Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
DOLLAR YOU SPEND.
are primarily of marine origin
Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.
they can not be charged to the sub-

marines. That is a story that shouldbe PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY

told only to the marines.

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J Palm Beach Suits, Manhattan Shirts, Straw Hats, and

Summer-weight Suits
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Damaged GoodsA AT REDUCTIONS THAT MEAN A REFUND TO YOU

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little Hebrew lad was inspecting the new baby, :. v SPEND.

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he discovered a strawberry mark on the infant. He immediately : -
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exclaimed: 'Take him back fader: It was damaged .

goods." :. For Father and Mother ."t

"The wise little sister said: "We can't take it back, :
The very acme of perfection in Hart Shaffner and Marx's Summer Clothing; the

papa, for we've used it three days already." : newest in "Manhattan Shirts," beautiful black and colored silks-Ready-to-Wear Costumes

.: House Dresses, fine Muslin Underwear-becoming Millinery-sensible Footwear,
Goods bought of us may be returned at any time, if
: etc., etc.
find them DAMAGED or UNSATISFACTORY.Our .
you : ALL PRICED SO EXTREMELY LOW THAT WILL BE A SAVING TO YOU OF 15

AIM is to satisfy in every way. a : CENTS TO 35 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND.DicksonIves. '
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COLLECTS MANY FISH I I DOG FREES MISTRESS COUNT CASIMIR MANKOWSKI FAMOUS GOLFER DEAD i
PERCHED ON BOW OF THE

Key West, ;:;;.--L. L. Mowbray. I Miami Fla.-One of the most ANKLE DEEP II. Orange, N. J.-Thomas- Anderson I,
1:unique decisions in police court annals -
biological expert with the New York ; aged 30, the widely known golfer, was
i was handed down when :Munici- New York.-Despite the fact that
killed near Montclair when his auto
-... aquarium was a passenger on the i:pal Judge Phillips ordered the release his motorboat Ankle Deep II., has mobile went over an embankmentAnderson
steamer San Jacinto leaving for New I I from city jail of a woman, basing as twice gone to the bottom of Long to the
was learning operate I {
York antWtrried with him one of the''his reason for paroling her on the lesland sound Count Casimir Man- machine. Two demonstrators were
that she the of kowski well known motorboat enthusiast
and most selectionsof grounds was owner a -
largest complete injured. Anderson was former open'
fish taken from these waters. pet collie dog and rather than see the will have the speedy little craftin
ever champion of Pennsylvania, and was a
York :dog incarcerated in jail, he ordered shape for the Gold Challenge cup
for the New aquarium.In brother of the late William Anderson, ;
her Manhassett this month.
paroled. races bay
the collection were some rare former national golf champion of the 1k
and beautiful specimens of the angel, I:I The woman was lodged in jail Tues- After being raised the second time United States. _
especially beautiful being the French .day on a charge of disorderly conduct the Ankle Deep II. was taken to City

and queen angel fish this species be- i,as the outgrowth of a quarrel be- Island, where it was said she was not t
ing rarely taken in these waters. Another I!|tween herself and husband, which was so seriously damaged that she wouldbe TO PROBE LAKE SERVICE -;. _

rare specimen was a French preferred by neighbors who com- unable to take part in the races. _
market fish that is one of the odd plained that the two had made Her engine was uninjured and she Washington, D. C.-A committee of

and wonderful as well as beautifulfish I I[it impossible for them to sleep at, suffered only a broken propeller anda I supervising inspectors of the steamboat

sometimes, but not often, captured i I night, because of their heated arguments hole in her bow from contact witha inspection service was named today .
General Uhler to investigate A 4.
by Inspector -
rock.
and disturbances.
in these waters. What adds i I I
I the service on the great
As the released
woman passed out I I'I
greatly to the beauty of the fish are '
the long lateral fins near the tail, 'of jail, the judge looking at the little i NIGHTMARE OF A HEADLINE lakes to further safeguard passenger
'I collie, said "It's she I traffic. The investigation was orderedby
that extend behind and wave grace- : a good thing WRITER
fully in the water as the fish propels took you in there with her or I'd refuse Austria angrily attacks Augusto- Secretary Redfield. John A. Pot. I
itself forward.The I to parole her. But I've got too wicz. ter of New Orleans will be a mem- _
ber of the committee which will meetat
largest, according to several I I much respect for you to allow them to Belgians bravely beat back the Ba-
keep locked in there. Cleveland September 15. _
fishermen green moray that has ever I you up varians.
been caught in these waters was also Canadians courageously conquer the
among the collection. The reptile'i TWO MORE FOR SUBMARINES canals. NO SUITS LIKELY

weighs 36 pounds and is 6 feet three I I Dinant's defenders defeat destroyers -
inches long. London.-The British steamer Cairo at Dixmude. Washington, D. C.-Attorney General I

Before sailing on the San Jacinto I and the fishing smack Amethyst have I England's efforts effective in en- Gregory indicated today that no
l\lr. Mowbray said he was going backto been sunk by submarines. The crews filading enemy. federal suits against anthracite rail- Blanche Sweet in "The Clue," at the Grand to.day.

New York with over 600 fishes were saved. I France forces fierce fighting in roads were likely to follow the Inter- --- .
RIDICULES PEACE TALK does not the Darda-
Flanders. state Commerce Commission decision "Germany own
comprising 55 different species and :
several of them species that have There are two British vessels named I Germans grab Galicia by gallant ordering sweeping reductions in I, nelles and therefore can not offer
long been wanted by the museum. Cairo a brigantine and a ketch. No generalship. freight rates and holding the car- London.-Reports that Germany them to anybody," declares the Nach-
steamship Cairo in British registryis Hindenburg hesitates to halt his 'riers guilty of unlawful and discrim- i has made overtures for separate richten. "They are the property of

AMNESTY ALLOWED WARSAW mentioned in maritime records. hussars. ,inatory practices. Mr. Gregory thinksall I peace by offering to Russia a use of the Turks, who for five months haveproved
' Italian invades the acts cited the Dardanelles are ridiculed by the that they know how to defend
CITIZENS infantry insistently probably are cov- I
MAY TEACH SWIMMING Istria. ered in suits already instituted by the I Hamburg Nachrichten, according to them. The German empire does not

Berlin, wireless to Sayville.-The Joffre jovially jests on Jack John government against the roads in- I.I a Reuter's dispatch from Amsterdam. betray its allies."

Overseas News Agency say: Chicago.Members of the committee volved. I
"The German military authorities, on buildings and grounds of the son.Kitchener kindly commends the II I

on sugegstion of the citizens' com- I board of education adopted a resolu- king's kitchens. DANISH GOVERNMENT TO TAX .
mittee of Warsaw, have declared a tion recommending the teaching of I Lined up at Louvain loom up at i I SHIPPING COMPANIES i PER
33 DiscountFor
general amnesty of political prisoners swimming in every public school. It Lemberg. CENT ,

there and set them free. Among I is estimated that it will cost the city Mackensen madly maneuvers men- I London.-A Reuter dispatch from I

these was the widely known Russian about $1,000,000 a year to add swim- acing many. Copenhagen says the Danish govern-
I
labor leader Meden."Semiofficial ming to the curriculum. The steamer Nieuport nervously negotiates nour- ment has announced its intention to

warnings have been Eastland disaster led to a consid- ishment. place an extra war tax of 20 per cent. the benefit of our cus-

issued against over speculation on eration of the subject. Oncoming offensive on Oltichal om on the surplus earnings of shipping
the stock exchange. inous. companies which have been amazingly s I tomers we will give a 25

"The duchy of SaxeCoburgGothahas ALLIES LANDING FORCE RE- Petrograd pours in provisions to large since war's outbreak.The .
increased the daily bread allow PULSED pound Przemysl. Copenhagen Politiken computesthat per cent cash discount on

ance to the inhabitants. The Berlin Berlin 'wireless to Sayville.-The Querulous queen questioned on $26,000,000 more than in ordi- ':
all sold the
goods during
Logal Anzeiger announces that a Overseas News Agency says: queer queries. nary times has been earned by the

third cut in flour and bread prices is "Reliable reports from the front Russians revenge retreat on the companies. As this extra tax, it is month of and
July August.
probable. state that the last landing operationsof Rawka. I estimated will produce approximately
"War correspondents report that the French and British were rela- Singalese and Sikhs suffer setback $6,500,000 the country will be saved

Warsaw was not damaged by the tively unimportant. At Karachali at Sieniawa. I the necessity of raising a national
struggle around it and that only the 350 men tried to land but were re I loan.

corn store houses in Praga were pulsed. Twenty of them were killed. STEAMER GOES AGROUND Hammond & Gore

burned. Lublin likewise was only The others regained their ships. Boston.-The freight steamer El PERU NEGOTIATING LOAN !
slightly damaged. Some factories in "At Anaforta Bay 1,500 British Mar grounded near Point Allerton ,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
the barracks district were burned. landed and attempted to outflank the after she had cleared for Galveston Lima Peru.-It is understood that

a Turkish position at Ari Burnu. They today. It is expected she will be the Peruvian government is negotiating Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.
Want anything? Ask for it through were repulsed without making any hauled off at high tide early tomor- for the flotation of a loan in
Sentinel "Wants." progress." row and proceed. New York.

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Exquisite Minatures Coats and Summer Dresses

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Lrr'. How to Secure These New fall gooods are arriving daily,


Medallions Free and naturally we are desirous of sellingWhen


When you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you' can secure a Medallion Ticket and Summer Stock
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.

Water Color I wonderful HALF PRICE SALE.


Carbon cpla. This style produces with I These $5.00 We realize that your satisfaction is our "sucy -
marvelous exactness the I
This style has the beauThis is the beautiful.

tiful soft tone and deep I brown color so much lo 'e and flesh eyes tints, as color well as of those hair I Columbia Medallions cess and that no success can be built I on misrepresentation. -

effect of a fine engraving. i by the old masters, having of the: costume. Should are about double the size ,
I
r producing the high lights I all the clearness and fine you wish life colors hand i I. Don't delay! Come today' Sale wIlland
painted, each color burnt of illustration.
shadows to perfection. i tone of an etching.
1 : made.in, a charge of 25c. is I! only last a few days. Bargain upon bargain


D E S C RIP T ION" : 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 Y owe II-D DC k wor th Co.Olrando's
porcelain hand painting. They are worth $3.00; 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 Largest Store "Quality I Did It" :
here set forth, will be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Price i
of 50c. to $2.00.

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ADDITIONAL LOCALS ==O .1IJij

Orlattbo Snrirg I Guests registering at the San Juan IF
"Get It At Allen's"
hotel yesterday included S. M. Jones,
v i
... Lakeland; R. E. Tickler, Lebanon, .
Tenn.; R. II. Shaddick Leesburg; Guy :$: !, '..:D" -y'.- -!'
SOCIAL CALENDAR {:MISS EVANS ENTERTAINS .. : III
R. Chaplain. J. Lake, Jacksonville; ..- / ,--...-

Tuesday, August 17. SUMUS SEPTEM CLUB. J. P. Shaddick, A. W. Saurier, II. B. -.
Junior Matrons meet with Mrs. James Yesterday afternoon Miss Norene Goodrich, Tampa; M. J. Sands, Tan- U Uhave ...'jfJ 1 --
"
\
Magruder. Evans entertained the members of the gerine. = i'

Concord Park Ladies' Aid will meet Sumus Septem Club most attractively. / \o :.. .--

Tuesday. The members of the club who : ,.
Board of Governors of the Associated you seen Jack If you have, .' r' :
Charities will meet at the San Juan enjoyed the afternoon with Miss you should at once notify Augustus h1'. ..: .I .'.... \
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at 4:30 p. m.Wednesday. Evans were the Misses Ruth McCul- Hart, or Miss Margaret Hart, the I :} t. ;,: ''hf'k, ,
August 18. lough Dorothy Johnson, and Corne- who looks ", .'. c- -J.. 1....,.- I
lady so efficiently after
-
Miss Eunice Ives will entertain the
Twentieth Century Club. lia Miner, and Mrs. C. B. Raulerson. some of the important details in the j \r[ ":::

The C. W.:'s of the Christian church Reading, chatting and sewing occu- office of County Judge Martin. Jack, I J1 L -( -=:-

will S. West meet street.with Mrs. Parrish at 501 pied the afternoon. Dainty refresh- their faithful dog, is either lost, o nI

Thursday August 19. ments were served by the hostess. strayed or stolen, and they are anxiously THE BEAUTY OF WOMENis

Half holiday; the usual business --0-- awaiting some information
hidden qual places will close for the afternoon. PLEASANT which will lead to his being restoredto enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres, earrings, etc.
Seventh golf tournament at the Country MEETING. his Our stock has been very carefuly selected and it contains not a
owners.
Club. I single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride sweetheart,
ities which are the The Kil Kare Klub will meet with Yesterday afternoon the Ladies'Aid
sister or wife. Come and enjoy a look over it.
Mrs. F. N. Boardman at 104 Sum- Society of the Methodist church TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I

merlin Place.Beginners' held its regular monthly business ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. *..
real source of re shoot will be held under ,
the auspices of the Orlando Gun meeting and social. Mrs. Jas. L. LOAN WANTED-On new house;
Club on the grounds at the Country Giles presided at the meeting. After $2,500 or $3,000. Address B. B., I I I h. .d jj]
sponsiveness and Club. the business meeting a cream course care Sentinel. 8-17-3t Aim 01:1.
The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday af-
was served by the ladies. An unus-
ternoon as usual in the parlors of FRESH SHELLED PECANSFlorida -
flexibility will show the Baptist church. ually large attendance was present. raised, whole meat and fresh.
--0-- --0-- Call 37 West Church street. 8-17-3tc If quality for a low price is an object
SUMMER JOYS n a a ,, T our wall papers will win your favor.
themselves beforeyou GUESS WHO 'o s For the next 30 days we will offer for
Many readers of the Sentinel who CHICKENS! Chickens! Chickens! 23c. i7 ;, b .h sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
Sing a song of summer joys, per pound. Orlando Seed and Pro- ,( '
A pocketful of pleasure; enjoyed the beautiful little poem in duce Co., 200 S. Orange. 8-17-3tc : from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
have been time
'r to buy, and do
at Four and twenty gayeties Sunday's issue entitled, "Back to the f when your papering
you get ready.
Competing for your leisure. Tent" have been the COPYING
guessing name WORK done l'
on typewriterat
When the We also a full line of High-
carry
season ,
the wheel five min The folks begin opens to scatter; of the writer, and quite a number Sentinel.night. Address Stenographer, s Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.

So long as they get out of town, guessed right. The author of the care 8171t'FOR We invite you to call and inspect

utes. It doesn't really matter. poem is Mrs. J. R. M. Now guess SALE-$350.Hudson 33, elec- our stock.Orlando.

The boys with retinue of guides, again. tric lights, newly painted, good con-
Have started on a tramp; dition. Phone 318, or Box 486.
The girls are in the mountains, SOCIETY NOTESOF 8-17-ltc i Paint & Wall Paper C*

Mother's At a most at the exclusive seashore.camp. INTEREST.Mr. FOR RENT-Lower flat, unfurnished.Five t i It U 205 S. Orange Arcnue

Cutting a proper dash; and Mrs. Leonard Bumby and rooms and bath; large closets; COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
Father's hard at work at home, babies, accompanied by Mrs. Bumby's fine porches; good neighborhood; ev-
Supplying all the cash. mother, father and brother, Mr. and erything new. 703 W. Central. ..
It in -E. O. J. 8-17-3t
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kins, Jr., returned from Daytona -
stantaneously. The IN HONOR OF Beach Saturday afternoon where they I

MISS CONNOLEY.Last evening :Miss. Fannie Tucker had spent a pleasant outing duringthe FavoriteTODAY'S j The New Ice Company jj

motor to have I past two weeks. Elbert Jenkins, I
seems
entertained most delightfully at a :
Jr., will remain the guest of :Mr. and I I-
: PROGRAM PHONE 675
"rook" party in honor of her friend,
:1 :Mrs. Bumby during the coming week. "
more and still more :Miss May Connoley, who has been Reliance. .God Is Love. A drama :
her guest for some weeks. I I:Mrs. Bumby's father left yesterday in two parts. _
afternoon on a business trip throughthe Beauty. "When Queeny Came :
About sixteen Delivery DailyWait
when young people gath- Back. .
power occa Northern States after having
ered at the Tucker home on East Keystone. "Fatty and Mabel Viewing -
spent his six weeks vacation in Or- the San Francisco Fair." Com-
Jackson street early in the evening,
sion requires. On and passed several, hours playing lando with his --0--family. edy.Four good reels of Mutual movies. : for our wagon. We think

"rook." Cut flowers were ffectively Five cents to all.ROOF .
direct drive thfe used for decorations. A delicious Friends of Prof. and Mrs. J. W. _. you will like our ice.
Simmons have received the good news .
cream course was served during the
speed be varied evening. At a late hour the merri- that they are on the way home from
can California where they have been enjoying -
ment came to an end, and the
young
GARDEN[

from low to high people, having, adjourned enjoyed to their the respective affair immensely I present the Prof.two and big Mrs.expositions.Simmons are At I The New Ice Companytlllllll"IIIIII"I'III'I'111111111'111'111'1'.IIII'jj

homes. in Chicago and expect to arrive in

with i exceptionalsmoothness. Miss Connoley, the honoree, leaves Orlando some time in September.
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this afternoon for her home at Val-
Mrs. A. L. Gilmore, of Jacksonville, TODAY
Ob dosta, Georgia. While visiting in this
city she made countless friends who who arrived in Orlando the first of III M M 11111M M 11It 1111 i M11M i 11111111111111 M111
last week, to be present at the mar- T
are sorry of her departure, and who ,
viously these features riage of her brother, :Mr. Malcolm "THE ACID TESTA
will always be glad to welcome her
Guy Empie, and Miss Hurd
Myrtle i
presence in Orlando. three-part feature. A thrill-
the direct which was one of the events in this
are FRANK A. CURTISVILLIAM R. O'NEAL j
city Tuesday, returned home yesterday ing Drama. t

result of close, careful ROGERS-PATRICK WEDDING YESTERDAY. morning. r!

Yesterday at the offiffce of
Judge Among the many parties of Orlando "THE SKY IS THE LIMIT"A
manufacturing. Martin, Miss Daisy Rogers and Chip- people who spent Sunday enjoyingthe \
ley W. Patrick were united in mar- Comedy.
pleasures of the beach at Daytonawere 1
riage. A number of the friends of .
Mr.
John Hand and family and
A GOOD BILL
the young couple were on the lookout Mr. J. E. Turner and family.

and when they appeared on the streeta CURTIS & O'NEAL
The Wheelbase i is shower of rice greeted them.
NOTICE TO MY CUSTOMERS AND
The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
Mr. Patrick's bride is a very lovable TilE WORLD A

110 inches young woman, and he is to be con- The One-Price Theater Insurance Loans Real Estate !
gratulated on securing her for his This is to announce that I have i
I. wife. Both of the young people have moved my stenographic office to the i iA
ground floor of Dr. C. D. Christ's
numbers of friends who will be gladto Rentals
Sanitarium and would be glad at all Silk Hose given at nine
hear of their happiness, and join times to see you as heretofore. away tA

with the Sentinel in extending to them HENRY H. YOWELL, o'clock tonight. .
Public Stenographer and Notary r
the best
possible wishes for a long Public.

and happy married life. 8-17-2tc E,.

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A REAL NECESSITYNo DICKSON & IVES "GER IANY INVINCIBLE," SAYS Starting this month California of- j -

; SVEN HEDINStockholm. I ficials will work convicts on road
individual with anything to sell I
building. Several of
nearly
or trade can successfully find a buyeror Dis wool am in er jubons state, camps
trader without the aid of the Sen- En panics am de rage. .-Dr. Sven Hedin, the I 100 prisoners each will be maintained. I FOR SALE
, Dars no spare change to dissipate, It is intended to apply the honor system -
tinel want ads. Remember that its Kas wes'e dun pas dat stage. famous Swedish explorer, is firmly at these camps. There will be no I
circulation represents five-sixths of But dars er store right huyr in town, "
the Orlando community. Whar all po folks survives, convinced that Germany and Austria- guards and the convicts will do their I j
To git a square deal you am bound, Hungary will defeat all of their ene- own policing, but the men will be seI I
En dat am Dickson Ives. mies. On his return from the east- lected who can be trusted. Credits i' Will offer for sale for a few days '

ern theatre he said: will be given for good behavior. I
Dat winder display, sho am fine, Ii
Summer Excursion Hit sartny am a beauty, "The German army can not be de I the property corner Orange Avenue,

: You sho aint done yo juty. feated. It does not matter how long i One woman whose husband is away j
Ef you don't stop en view dat line, the war may last. The on vacation says to keep from missing Jackson and Boone Streets, known as '
Ef ah sick, en almos dead, I j
wuz hives the German race, the iron discipline, I I him at the table she just props a i I
called
Down wid dot zease the rink for $26,000.
Rates
I'd want all beddin on ma bed, the wonderful training and the military newspaper up at his place oppostie i j I skating property,

Bought dar, at Dickson Ives. spirit of the nation are uncon- her and she vows she can't tell the I ,
$2,000 down and balance $1,000
VIA querable. Germany is invincible." difference.-Times-Union. i I'I'I a year
. I ain gwine tell no lie, no time.
.. En chile, Ise never lied, I and interest at six cent.
Ef I spunt dar ma las thin dime, FOUR GERMAN FAMILIES FURNISH Some South Florida editors were I per
Atlantic Coast i Line I
; I would feel satisfied. FORTY SOLDIERS certainly born under a lucky star.
Dey believes in given money's worth, I Nothing else could possibly be accountable -I \
Kase cheating never thrives. I
Standard Railroad of the South Dey'st sho fur heaven when off dis Berlin.-The Flensburg correspondent for the fact that there are

earth. of the Berliner Tageblatt writes: 1 some now enjoying a real vacation.-
FROM ORLANDO Dey sho is, Dickson and Ives. "Four families of Schleswig-Hol- Florida Chief. C. A. HOVEY

$40.70. . . .New York Now ladies ef you want swell hats, stein have sent forty soldiers to the
10.70 . . .Philadelphiaf Go on dat second floor, front. Christian Petersen, a farmer The citrus crop will be short in the

$37.70 . . .Washington Dar aint no usin dis or dots, of Anslet, has ten sons in the field; orange belt this year, but with nor I

1 $38.70 . . .Cincinnati Hit Dey'll aint please lak gwine de rich in er sum poor.ole town, Mrs. Amalie Moeller, a widow of ; mal conditions returning, fair prices J

$49.20 . . . .Chicago .To stores dot look lak dives, Segeberg, gave nine sons and two obtained for the fruit, the crop will

$13.45 . . . St. Louis' Deys gennywine from sole to crown, sons-in-law to the fatherland; Peter bring millions of dollars into the

$61.30 . . . .Denver Down dar at Dickson Ives. I ISpeth, a beer bottler of Shoenberg state.-Volusia County Record.It 'The arket

. San Francisco' is the father of nine soldiers, and
; $95.20 . Dey also sells dem rashins too,
Excursion rates to various De bes Ise ever chewed. Klaus Peters, a laborer of Hellschen, is claimed that the crops raisedin OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Hit sho can't help from pleasin you, has eight sons and two sonsinlawon the United States this summer
points furnished on application. Taste jes lac angel food.I the battlefields in France and Poland would load a freight train 7,000 miles OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Sold daily until September 30th. II sho do hope ah tell you Bill, long. The ordinary freight often FRESH AND SALT HEATS
Limit October 31st. Fo jedgment day arrives
that to the motor- under the best sanitary conditions.
Dat I kin go en buy my fill, seems length now Kept
Stop-Overs Fast Trains I Down dar, at Dickson Ives. CUBAN MAYOR KILLED ist who waits at the crossing.The Everything I screened away from the files, and kept fresh
Steel Pulmans Dining Cars
I De gents department, am hot stuff, and|\pure.
For Information Call on I Dey sho got de goods. Santa Clara, Cuba.-Emilio Coya, Sentinel publishes an interest- We invite Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.W.ILO'NEALC.P.&T.. You dress up dar, you'll make ei mayor of Santa Clara, was shot and ing communication today from Mr. everything hi the Meat Line '

A. I bluff, killed today by Ulpiano Blanco, a W. S. Branch, who is spending a few
Orlando Lac youse not from de woods. with criminal record. i days in Tampa.
Spaniard a
:H. Co.
I Got shoes to fit anybody's feet; ISdC. Self &
My godness sakes erlive,
Ef you don't buy, dats "hello Pete" 'W'. 1];! s'.as. ."T..q.flA PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Down dar at Dickson Ives. .

Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER N
WOULD INCREASE RATES


Atlanta, Ga.-The Georgia railroad ARE[ CHILDREN{ LEARNING MUSIC?

commission announced today that express -
companies operating in the These vacation days should be used to interest the

state had petitioned for authority to children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish
Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" increase their intrastate rate 3.8 per
for everything in music and musical instruments. Music refines *-
cent. A hearing was set August

25. It is estimated that the proposed elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous

advance would add $30,000 annually duties of life.

HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP to the revenue of the companies. \ L

1Diu W. S. BRANCH,

KILLED IN AUTO RACE THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
OX WEST PINE STREET, JUST

Spirit Lake, la.-R. E. Donaldson,
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. of Milford, Ia., owner of a racing car l liliu, 1

(which won places at Indianapolis and SKATING RINKLADIES'

'Omaha, was killed in an automobile

II i i race here today. His mechanician NEW OPPORTUNITYfor

Phone 204 j(probably was injured fatally. Don-

il aldson's two sons won first and second the Man Woman who says, SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

places in the race after the deathof "Now, if I only had a Typewriter!" DAY AND'FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY '

their father, not knowing that he
-NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
know how fast the dates grow old on your ought-to-be-answered letters.
had been killed.GERMAN YOU you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it is usually a INSTRUCTORS.Open .
Orlando Motor of the Spanish Manana"-tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which
"WAR BREAD" 146 makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving. It is not a large
YEARS OLD Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.It 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres-
Car ExchangeS. pondence. And its price is only $50.00. Here at last is the high-class, home Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
Berlin.-The "war bread" of whichso machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.

B. Hutton, Mgr. much has been written in foreign Don't pen it-type it
countries, has been known and eatenin
Corner Main and East Pine T7 VERY phaseof modern life has Its buslInk Marathon to a type-clicking hundred- ADMISSION: 10 CENTS
Germany for 146 }.ears. Proof forthis 1-j cess side.In writln .especlally.it pays yard-dash. And cleanly typed es score
to be business-like. Maybe you are secrewith the"prof."
fact is furnished by Prof. Herrigl tary of a club lodge or society. Take the Ministers authors and newspaper men
USED in the last issue of the "Deutsche cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word" fairly flies to
AND SELL
WE BUY
tip a chair. In a jiffy you can type the notheir fin2'ertlps when they Mm k on aneasyticesofineetingsorrecordsofminutesor -
Medicinischerift. The scientist relates running typewriterlike Remington
CARS letters. Its clean clear typewritten work Junior.
that during the famine of 1769 bas the"hundred-dollar"look. And do not overlook the important business -
If you are a committee chairman type advantage of making carbon copies
Fords A Specialty the government of Baden, throughthe your reports on the Remington Junior. of everything yon write. You need never ORLANDO ROOFING
"Karlsruher Woehnblatt," gave Theywill race through the machine to the say."I don't remember what I wrote."
merry music of the type. With no extra effort the Remington Junior
the following instructions to the pub- Students In high school and college can will give you neat clear-cut duplicates AND;
change"paper"writing from the penandwhenever you wish.

FORD TOURING CAR, Electric lic"Good: bread can be baked from two Something New in Typewriters-the SHEET METAL CO

parts of potatoes and one part of

Lights, New Tires, etc., a bar rye flour. The bread will, of course,

gain at $200.See be still better and more nourishing, ii I' RemingtonJUNIOR Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
equal quantities of flour and potatoes .

are used. Bread consisting of two and Rubber RoofingsCornices

parts of flour and one part of pota- rrms rampart machine 1*not equipped with S5 00 down and the name amount earh'month.

Mr. HuttonCorner toes can hardly be distinguished from theattachmenUnecewarytotheSlU business typewriter The Keminrton) adhegi..W"elytothepntchasepnre.Ington tiers ie your I nrst opportunity to buy.an absolutely Skylights .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
Junior Is dimply a lullr-eqnipped home-letter-" first-grade personal typewriterwntingandmannscnptingmaeb.ned
pure rye bread"ROUMANIA'S }'oru.aC a low price.. W rite today for descriptive
Pine and Main Street purposes you will find 1U everyday use unbonk let. Don't wait Investigate now. '
limited. If you hare immediate writing to do Bend uS3
It occupies little pace on yonr deer It I* :.IN in cash.check or money order and we will Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO '
STRICT NEUTRALITY light Youun..a..I.moveitfrom pltop1_. send yon the Kemmetnn Junior at once. Then
\oa will find It a!food time-saving investment you can em for vOQnot'lf how sun you learn to
lor:yourself and other members your family write rapidly. If yon slab to return it after Iwriara
who have writing to do. You will find li an *trial,you may do m, We will refund jour
A. B. Cook & Co excellent: educator for your children. VxOQ.) less the emit of transportation.Uemember. .
The Kemington uthe home typewriter .the rbMmngton Junior is a genuine
Berlin.-The Constantinople corre- yon have been waiting for. Our term*are l>0.00oaih. durable rlemmiruin tVI..nt..r-eamUIC
.or If JOG prefer the Easy Payment plan the ironclad Kemington Guarantee* '
30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. spondent of the Vossiche Zeitung

writes J Remington Typewriter Company
: .j
"A train of the German Red Cross (Incorporated] a Tops Backs Cushions

Dealers in Real Estate, In,I Society, which left Berlin 46 days JACKSONVILLE 226 West Bay, FLORIDA Street ,

vestments and Business Oppor-, ago, has just arrived here. Althoughthe -'' Fill in bit attaefuJ cou ell. sad,,ddrtwsd"il Curtains Celluloids Bows
tunities. train, which consisted of 32 cars, 1IIIJJ4.Y. rows ca me ,
carried only hospital supplies and \'SJ ilL\he ptoper eel u&I8..a==--------=

food for the war sufferers, it was held }tar 1 & "dmBxwtn4ton'l'9Pe PAINTING
P' pet.
REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS up more than five weeks in Roumania.The ,\b tU0.oytCC':&.devtstn;:....)a1 t>ru7u'rill

customs officials of the kingdom 0 1 eDe=io:Tvwritet.. I Q da::: ttah""'" ,..1cll&iona1..n of 4

opened every box and every can of h De.f 1 y X00.1e 11 tr';W Wr for. is w --
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to make that ref..nd. OO !
preserves sure no explosives << ofbe JleJt
1 taiDt.h11 p 11Iion\8 or n
MORTGAGESBANK would be smuggled through. 1n full descrtpw
oo. JJlOD"
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Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
STOCKS When the train finally reached its 1 ...18 r.
:1
TIMBER destination most of the food was 9 Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE Mgr.
spoiled and many valuable surgical!
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
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I ATTORNEYATLAWNo.
Phone 617 i
I The Morning Sentinel Want 4 West Pine Sreet
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: Directory is the Greatest Want
Room 14
Yowell-Duckwortl
Ad Medium in Orlando. I II Phone 161
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I Terms Cash in Advance. Building

Ceme and Lime I RATES ,.

For One Day ______________23t; FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW I
= For Three Days ___________50c DAVIS
I For Sir Days _______________75c & GILES
I I For One Month\ ____________$2.50
I ,: This rate applies on all ads of "
Phone 172
25 words or less. If the ad contains I ATTORNEYSATLill'i

MUTILATED I 1 will be more one than cent 25 words per word the rate for Room 5, Watkins Block I Phone 72 :
each additional word, for each in
sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to I Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block .
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- J. M. CHENEY
counts opened by telephone will be I
payable the following day. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I

.. i Every Home-Every Business Phone 87 Victor Starbuck
I! Every Man has use for a !j!
Sentinel Want Ad. Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

i Bldg.

j I FOR SAI.E Phone 161

I II I MULES FOR SALE R. RAY WHITE No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland Ha.
I Pair nice mare mules in good condition .
: suitable for farm or heavy hauling *
I ; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply ATTORNEY-AT LAW
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc Room 44
F. A. PEPPERCORN .
FOR SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
Full bearing orange and grapefruitgrove
p within 11-2 miles of postoflfice, BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
on brick road adjacent to County
Club. A splendid subdivision prop- DR. N. L. BRYAN 37
osition at exceptional low valuationfor .
cash. Address "Prosperity," Sen- % DENTIST
tinel office. 8-14-12tc

the Picnic FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Phone 716
one quarter mile from city limits; "
I Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth
L. Percival
,very fine for citrus or subdivision pur Hutton
MANY A PICNIC ECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVER poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Bldg
a hot kitchen fire. -en: or do any baking that you may wish quickly I 6-9-tf 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

and easily without t is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I FOR RENT SURVEYINGPlating ARCHITECT ..
ing a quick lunch; !uests it will never fail you. '
[ FOR RENT-Six room. bungalow, and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
modern,
close in.
Call 305 East
: New Ca Make Cooking a Pleasure Pine street. 8-15-Gtc Florida.
PROMPT AND ACCURATE

GAS COOKERY UESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.You I FOR nished RENT fiats-and dwellings.and Jas. A.- WORK Member F. A. A.

never have -not right." The oven is always right with a Gas Knox. 7-9-tf
Range. And the r the day you do not have to leave a coal fire HAL A. IRISH ,,
burning to make return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. WANTED Civil Engineer

BUYERS AND 3ELLBRS
I buy, sell rent, and real
exchange
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. 9"
over 30 years. Have handled over
ORL ER & LIGHT CO 1$20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. Phone 72


ARTMENT FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn)
swings, and all kinds of carpenter Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELl
I work, go to Tracy & Moore, 18 East OPTOMETRIST
Church street. 7-25-lmoc I and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO
FLORIDA
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To reduce our stock as much as pos- I WE FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENSES
Bible by the 15th, will give a discount
I Davis & McNeil Bldg
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
of 25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in store Hammond -!;, ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl. REPAIRING .
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j Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while wait," at You I
you # Repair Cut Flowers
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Texaco

SOUTH" APOPK4 CITRUS NURSERIES[ : i(Located RACKARD'S in the PRESSING Arcade Building CLUB I GasolineGravity and Plants

i I All work guaranteed and neatly -
OCOEE FLORIDAAll : : done. Our work is the best Floral Designs
: i i and our prices are the lowest. Test 68, the highest sold .
: i I This is the place to have your in Orlando.
'old clothes made new.
: Suit scrubbed and Violet
I pressed75c. Dell Florist.J.
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- : Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c. Coupon Book calling for 50 I .

: I Suit pressed _____________40c.
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest All Palm Beaches scrubbed gallons at 16 cents per gallon; II. CARUTDERS

: and pressed ____________50c delivered to your home in five
prices :: :: :: :: : Mohair suits pressed ______2oc Phone 509. 408 South Lake St- .
(5)) gallons at one time.
We do ladies' work also. Give
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: Clothes called for and delivered.
The rainy season is the best time to set : Phone 613. Our wagons are always at your

service. .
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep : OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPINGToday's CLINT BASS
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one year's growth in advance of trees set : w PHONE 375
Sentinel is replete with the
next fall. : advertisements of most of the mer- M. (X Dovell West Jefferson Street

I chants of Orlando,and there are some Successor to
: rare shopping opportunities contained
: j in these advertisements, which care- & Son Hand Wood CompanyWood
| Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest : ful and discriminating buyers will
: "readily grasp. Read all the advertise- of All Kinds
prices, to the above addressMIIMIIIIIIIIIMCIMIintlllltlllllllllMIIMIIMMMMMIIIIII (merits carefully. 106 Grace StreetPhone PROMPT SERVICE

: I Read the :Morning Sentinel for the 283-2 Rings REASONABLE PRICE ,
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At the Exposition- Mr. John Baas, who has been spending I ;
some time in the Kenansville section :
tad anywhere else in the United States-the safest way to carry has returned to his home in Or- :
M "travel money" is in the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They act lando. I
accepted like currency at hotels ticket offices, and the best stores and
shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued la
$10, $20, $50 and $100. Mr. Gordon Willifred, who has been ?
r1 spending several weeks in New York, : FOR EVERY
visiting several of the beach resorts, '
: 1 BACheques: has returned to Orlando.

(American Bankers Associaf)
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Mrs. E. W. Lott, Miss Ethel Cooper, : $1o-
and Master "Buster," who have been '
spending some time at Daytona '
.. .. Beach, have returned home.
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A.RA. Clwun
'' A' aapkd onhe ND
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Yak th' RMi 3 F.cPurtwnGwnJ.
How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

In answering classified advertise-
ments where only an initial or number -
is given, please do not ask us to
divulge the name.
YOUSI-

:Mr. W. S. Branch, who has been
spending the past week in the vicinityof
Tampa, visiting points of interest, :
returned home yesterday afternoon. $ kR


Rev. G. E. Guild was among those
leaving Orlando yesterday afternoonon
1 the Atlantic Coast Line train for


acksonville.Guavas! Guavas! at the Orlando IF' CKS
YOU ASK
y Seed and Produce Co. 18176tcMr.

: and :Mrs. II. M.\ Fraser and
daughter, :Miss Laura, who have been
visiting relatives and friends in Miami t
have returned to Orlando.Dr. .


The State Bank of Orlando S. S. Jones, :Mr. Nevin Sloan, :
Miss Elise Harris, and Mrs. Ford :
were among the Orlandoites returning : The -
yesterday from Daytona Beach. :
RMUTILATEDSpe
I [
: Orford and Luby Sellers, who have :
been spending some time with relatives :
at Avon Park, in Polk county, I

"ELDER" Spring WaterIS returned home -yesterday.How :I I

much did you save last monthin
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf : IIMMiiililMIIIIIIHIIIIHMMtMtMIMiMimMIIIMIIHimillllMI

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD Mr. Wilson R. Brooks left Sunday 1
for Whitesville, Ky., where he will
Phone WRIGHT, 444 spend the next four weeks with relatives -
and friends.

TRY Better TRY
:Miss Ella :M. Evans and mother
IT BEST IT left! yesterday morning for Daytona

Beach, where they will spend some
time.
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Mr. T. N. Sewell, one of Winter
." Garden's representative citizens, wasa Oakland 1W d d ster

business visitor in Orlando yester- i

day.

Deposit your Savings Checks and A Bargain!
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tf
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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Brumley, of
Chuluota, spent several hours in Or- $ 200
lando yesterday, calling on friends .
and trading with the local merchants.
ANNOUNCEMENTThe

Mr. J. R. Sandlin, a former wen

following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effec- known citizen of Orlando, now mak-

tive August 2, 1915: ing his headquarters in Jacksonville, ii
spent Sunday in this city, greeting old San Juan Garage Company

Ford Runabout ________$390.00 friends.Mr. ,

Ford Touring Car______ 440.00
Ford Town Car ________ 640.00No and Mrs. A. Wichtendahl will Orlando -Daytona
leave this morning for White Springs
speedometer included in this year's where they expect to spend the next DISTRIBUTORS
equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped. three weeks enjoying the delights at i
that resort.
There can be no assurance given againstan . ... . . I.II.I.I.I.III
.Mill \
advance in these prices at any time. Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent interest for MIIMtli 11111111111111111111 J
F. G. RUSH you. 8-12-tf

32 East Church Street Phone 226 Mr. Earl Vick, the efficient and accommodating Who Will Be Your Executor?

dispatching clerk in the
Orlando postoffice has returned froma *
two weeks' visit to points in Geor- ANSWER NO. 2
gia, including Atlanta.
Your estate may be materially tmpaired as a ;
.. direct result of the appointment of an executor k v'"
------ -'- -- Mrs. E. M. -
--- -- Douglass returned from "
RIIIIII 8 II IIII1111111111111111111111111111111111111 Orlando where she visited! her sister or trustee. ? *
Ruth Barrington, for two weeks and When an individual is appointed

had a very pleasant \isit.-New The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It c 1
Smyrna Breeze.
is usually provided in wills that the person ,
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused ,
Mr. Geo. R. Banks left yesterday from giving bonds. .f
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line
AUTHORITIES When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- rc .
DIFFERAs for Toledo, Ohio. Later he will go to< "
of the estate, and then only partial secu-
Defiance, Ohio, where Mrs. Banks and pense '
c I
son, Paul have been spending some rity against loss is provided. -

to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but there time. When a Trust Company is selected- k, ,

is a certain period in the lives of most of us when our The positive advantage of strong financial re
Mr. W. D. Estes of .'
Orlando's
one sponsibility is secured. :
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with
skilled mechanics, who has been
over
Diamonds.A A bond which has.behind it the entire financial a
in Tavares
engaged in
constructingthe strength of the Institution is always filed with t
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of $15,000 school which Mr. J. C_ the Probate Court at nn rn..t to the estate.
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. Hanner is erecting in Lake county, "
has returned to his home in this city. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue-
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? of this newspaper. j.5.r5z '

Major R. E. Nickles, representing t

the Castle Heights school for youn Come in any time and freely ask for further "-\:

men, at Lebanon Tenn., who has been I t information on this vitally important subject. i .,
spending several days in this sectionin You are always welcome, and our officers are always ,..
the interest of his institution, left I' i glad to advise. _
T. H. EVANSJEWELER last evening to visit other parts of

Florida. The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBiiekiiiaster

& Brmidagc Orlando, Florida


Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00 J fl

at Rirksville, Mo.
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