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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 18, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1915. NUMBER 161.




STORM RAGEGERMANS THE TEXAS COAST;





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GALVESTON ARE OUTSIDE CUT AND OFF WORLD HOUSTON FROM BODY OF FRANK I ( T AKN[ fROM' 22 DISLOYAL TO I,THREE ARMIES LITOVSK ON ARE BREST-CONVERGING -





(,NOESTIMATEOFlllSSASYETProperty E ) VIEWED BY ON fARM AND VILLA AREKILLED BELIEVED THAT KOVNA WILL FALLAll


Loss More Than Mil- MANY Along the 400 Mile Battle

lion Dollars-Fear Waves Line the Germans Are -

Will Destroy Buildings NDA Y NIGHT Said to Have Been

Inside Sea Wall ATLANTA UNDERTAKIN Y fl HIGH OFFICIALS AMONG PO- SuccessfulLondon

ESTABLISHMENT EXPOSES LITICAL PRISONERS EXECUTED -
Fort Worth, Tex., Aug. 17. Telegraph Aug. 17.-Sweeping suc-
and telephone companies up to BODY TO VIEW house of the superintendent and cov- SUNDAY cesses along the entire front of 400

8 o'clock tonight were unable to get ered him with their guns. Practicallyevery miles from the Baltic to BrestLitovskare

one word out of or to Galveston and other member of the mob then reported tonight by Berlin. Three
MRS. FRANK IS NOW PROSTRATE ATTEMPTED TO LEAVE COUNTRYMost
Houston.A rushed to the stockade gate nearest German armies are rapidly converg-
wireless from Galveston via San I the dormitory where Frank was ing upon Brest-Litovsk and serious

Antonio tonight says that a numberof Wife Had Not Been Informed of oused. of the Victims Had Not doubt is expressed here whether the
lives have been lost in the flood Frank has ben under the care of Russians will be able to make a stand
His Death Until She Arrived Obtained Permission From
but no one at Galveston is able to givea [hysicians since he was murderously upon their second line, of which this

close estimate. in Atlanta [ssaulted in the state prison.As Villa to Leave His fortress is the key position.

The property loss will be heavier Yesterday on the night Frank was at- Territory The Russian fortress of Kovno is

than was at first supposed and will ached, only two guards were on duty.The believe to be about to fall under the

probably run to more than $1,000,000.The Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 17.-The bodyof [ mob quickly overpowered Chief El Paso, Tex., Aug. 17.-Twenty- battering of Von Hindenberg. ,
transport McClellan has been Night Guard Hester and the other The German troops have capturedthe
Leo M. Frank was placed on public two Mexican political prisoners, some
found one-half mile inland. outer of the forts between the
exhibition in an Atlanta under- man on duty, proceeded to the dormitory high civil officials, were executed Sun-
The fact that people are being and within a few minutes seized Nieman river and Gesia, 21-2 miles
taking shop this afternoon and thou- day at Chihuahua by General Villa,
taken from the buildings on the sands of persons filed through the Frank and rushed him back to the au according to Mexicans arriving at the south, together with 240 cannon and
streets to the transport Bufford, indicates tomobile. 4,500 prisoners.
narrow hallway and viewed"the mutilated state capital.
that they are in an unsafe position face. Members of the state prison com- Most of the victims were accusedof Novogorgievsk, located at the con
,*although the placing of people mission arrived here today. Some fluence of the Vistula and Bug rivers,
The crowd waited for hours to geta disloyalty to Villa and attemptingto
aboard the transport must be accom- glimpse of the body. members come every Monday, but to- leave the country without his per- where a Russian army estimated at
panied by danger. Everybody went wild with excite- day all three came. This commissionhas mission. from 50,000 to 80,000 men is hemmedin
The is safe from destruction is also believed to be the
city adjudged ment when the doors of the establish- power to take whatever action its on vergeof
as long as it is affected only members deem capture. *
ment were opened. may necessary. BASEBALL RESULTS
the back water and winds.
by
Burke Makes StatementJ.
Women fought frantically to get
Should the big waves go over the in and two fainted. M. Burke, superintendent of the Federal League DELIGHTED WITH ORLANDOMrs. .

sea wall and strike the big buildings The police finally got control of the prison, gave out the following state- Newark 4, St. Louis 14.
their is certain and D. II. Harvard and
nearby collapse daughter
crowd and for four and a half hours ment: Buffalo 2, Kansas City 3. ,
this may be confirmed by a wireless there; were two steady streams of per- "I was called to the door just as I Baltimore 0, Chicago 4. Miss Ruth, who have been visitingMrs.
message which says that all of the sons passing along either side of the the girl he was charged with killing, was about to retire. When I reachedthe Pittsburgh 5, Brooklyn 2. : M. A. Clark at 201 West Central
houses along the sea wall have been body. and hanged him to a tree. No shots threshold two strong men grabbedme American League avenue, left yesterday for their homein

destroyed.The The body was bared to the breast were fired.Frank's and in an instant snapped handcuffs Cleveland 3-3, Detroit 107.t. Live Oak. They were delightedwith
Postal Telegraph company is and showed no signs of violence' but body was cut down at 10:15 orimy wrists. Four others stood $ Louis-Chicago, rain. Orlando, it's people and sur-
tonight sending hundreds of messagesof the face was discolored and bruised o'clock this morning, but not until guard over me, two with shotguns and No others scheduled. roundings, and hope at some time in

inquiry by special messenger by from kicks given by bystanders as another spectacular phase had been two with heavy pistols. I remon- National League the near future to again visit this

train to Houston, and from there they the body was cut down at the scene I added to the case. Robert Howell, strated and they declared it was no New York 2, Brooklyn 3. section.

will try to reach Galveston by boat. of the lynching near Marietta. I who had an altercation with a detective use for me to squirm, as they had Philadelphia 0, Cincinnati 2.
The railroad centers of north and during an investigation of the come for Leo M. Frank and WILL MOTOR THROUGH NEW
Tonight the body is being prepared were going Pittsburgh 3-4, Chicago 2-6.
central Texas tonight dispatched spe- for shipment to Brooklyn, New York, Frank case, spoke to the crowd ad- to get him. I was marched up to All scheduled. ENGLAND STATESMr. .
cial trains to Galveston with hundredsof vocating multilation of the body. the penitentiary by guard which
the bodyhood home of Frank, on a a Southern League
workmen and materials to repair and Mrs. II. L. Beeman and
Newton Morris spoke immediatelyafter doubled
as we proceeded.
train leaving here at midnight.It was Chattanooga 5, Memphis 2.
the track and the great causeway is doubtful whether Mrs. Frank Howell and pleaded with the "When we reached the building a New Orleans 1, Atlanta 0. sonIr., Edwin Beeman, will leave

which has been partially destroyed. would be able to make the trip with throng to allow an inquqest to take demand was given for the gate to be Birmingham 2, Mobile 1. Orlando early Saturday morning in
North and central Texas.is tonight the body. its proper course. opened. When the 'trusty,' who was Nashville 2, Little Rock 0. their large Packard touring car for

experiencing heavy wind and rains. She suffered a collapse when the As there was an evidence of on the gate, demurred one of the men an extended journey which will take
Many store windows have been blown differ-I them to all the principal of interest
news of Frank having been taken ence of opinion it was called out that the prisoner would be GROWING DEMAND FOR BUILDINGS points -
out at Waco.Georgia. From the penitentiary by a mob was a vote be taken. It was overwhelm- killed if he did not open the gate at in the New England States.

1 broken to her at her boarding house ingly in favor of allowing the coronerto onre. The gate was unlocked, and S. A prominent local real estate dealeris
Milledgeville.. Then during the take charge of the body. It was Hester, a night guard, came forward.
authority for the statement that
Negro forenoon she rallied enough to under- then cut down and the two mile tripto He was immediately covered and or- there is a big demand at present for Jitney ServiceTo
take the trip to Atlanta in an auto- Marietta started. The inquest was dered to throw up his hands.
buildings and that it is only matterof
Is Shot ForAssault mobile. set for 11 o'clock this morning.Mob "Half way up the steps I was hclt- a Start HereTomorrow :
+ a few months until there won't be
She had not been told before she Was OrderlyThe ed, while several men rushed by me
enough buildings in Orlando to
left Milledgeville that her husbandhad mob was orderly but worked and made a dash for Frank's room. A ac- '
commodate all the people that desireto
been lynched. However, with quick precision. Eight automo- prisoner said that four men grabbed
upon "
locate here. "I consider, said he,
arrival in Atlanta this afternoon the biles took the men away from the Frank by his arms and legs, while a "that those 1
owning vacant lots would -
farm after had cut all wires fifth him the hair. In this
they except caught by t
news no longer could be kept from !
Bainbridge Ga. 17. Search find it W. J. Hamrick
Aug. a good investment to put up announces that beginning -
one. Five men covered the war- fashion they dragged him down the
ing parties early tonight captured buildings for rental More '
her.She purposes. tomorrow he will conduct a q
den. Another went to the steps past me"CORSET
suffered another breakdownand group
John Riggins, a who yesterday buildings boost real values
negro estate and
bus service in this Mr.
jitney city. ,
criminally assaulted a white womanat is tonight in a serious condition. help business in all lines."
Amsterdam, and after carryinghim KOLOMAN VON SZELL DEAD MAKERS STRIKE Hamrick has purchased from the San t

before his victim who identifiedhim Juan Garage company one of the latest

quickly killed him, with about LOCALS DEFEAT ST. CLOUD Budapest, via Amsterdam and Lon- and Bridgeport 1,800 employes, Conn.-Between of the Warner 1,500 STRIKE ROCK AT LAST! and most up to date twenty-pas .i
don. Koloman Szell former !
100 shots. von pre- Studebaker busses, which will
Bros. Company, makers of corsets, senger
Fast Game Yesterday After- mier of Hungary, is dead. He re- struck today for an eight hour day arrive from the factory in the course t
ACCEPTS RESIGNATION signed the premiership in 1903 and I with ten hours' pay. The strikers are Last Trial for a Drainage WellIs of the next thirty days. '
noon Ends 2 to 1 in Favorof
served as a member of the diet. virtually all women and girls. a Success-Rock Reachedat Until the arrival of the bus, Mr. 1
London, Eng.-King Constantine,of the Cigar Makers a Depth of 94 Hamrick will use his big touring car
Greece, has accepted the resignationof Team Feet in conducting the business.
the Gounaris cabinet tendered to "Sentinel" And Orlando Gets The! new company is to be knownas

him Monday afternoon, according to The Orlando Cigarmakers crossed The drainage well' which F. Joseph "The Hamrick Jitney Service Com A

a Reuter's dispatch from Athens. bats yesterday, on the local diamond, In New York "Herald"New Raehn has had under way in the east pany." :

Elutherios Venezelos, leader of the :with the nine from St. Cloud, in one Space part of the city for several months is Thf proposed route which will be
opposition, was invited to consult at last a success. travelled will include a circuit of the
of the fastest
here this
games played

a with the king.In ( York Herald, Sunday, Aug. 15.) dreds of persons here who annuallygo Several attempts to put down the city, somewhat as follows: Startingat
season. At the close of the ninth inning -
the recent election the Venezelos
Although the activity of Old, Sol to Florida for the winter. He says well have proven failures on accountof the north end of Orange avenue,
party obtained a majority. When the the score stood 1 to 2 in favor of yesterday caused many of the sum- that they can drive their automobilesdown the fact that the underlying strataof south to Central, thence west to the

chamber assembled yesterday M. Zav- Orlando. mer residents of New York city hotelsto this coming season and find rock which such wells must pierce city limit, then back to the center of

itznos, a Venezelos adherent, was The teams were well matched and seek the mountains and seashorefor many new and excellent roadways all could not be reached. The pipe was the city by Church street, and south ..
elected' president by a vote of 182 to the score, at the opening of the sev- over Sunday, nevertheless their through the state. He said also that put down 250 feet at once place with- along Orange avenue to the southern

83. enth inning, stood 0 to 0. The first absence was more than made up by there is a scheme on foot to build a out reaching rock. corporation line, and back by way of

score for the home team was made by the presence of large numbers of sojourners brick road over the Everglades to At last, however, the rock was DeLaney street and Lake Cherokee,
PENSACOLA SCHOOL "Chico" Peral in the last half of the from the South and West. connect the east and west coasts. reached at the third attempt, after next out East Central avenue, around

seventh. The second and winningscore Hundreds of persons in those sectionsof "Within the next two years between the pipe had been put down 94 feet. Lake Eola and back to the north end

Pensacola, Fla.-An attempt to rescind for the Cigarmakers was made the country believe that New York 1,100 and 1,200 miles of brick The first, or test pipe, which was of Orange avenue. Trips will also be

the action of the school boardin by Bennett in the last of the ninth. city is the best available summer re- highways now under construction will driven down for the purpose of beating made to Winter Park.JACKSONVILLE .

purchasing a block of land in the The battery for the Orlando nine was sort. Among them is :Mr. W. M. I be completed," he said. "About twenty the rock, is 2 inches in diameter,

western section of the city was made Bennett and Albury.The Glenn, of Orlando, Fla., who, with : counties in Florida have banded and was driven one hundred and fifty AUTO KILLS
today at a special meeting of the Orlando and St. Cloud teams_I Mrs. Glenn, is paying his first visit themselves together and will expend feet down. NEGRO CHILD

board, but failed for the reason that will play a double header at St. Cloudon .to the city and who is stopping at from $10,000,000 to $12,000,000 for The work of putting down the 12

I Mr. Levy, the member moving for Labor Day. In the series of games the Martinique hotel. Mr. and Mrs. good roads. This will give to the inch pipe which is to form the well' Jacksonville, Fla.-While attempting -
such an action, failed to receive a between these two rival teams Orlando I Glenn say that while sometimes the tourist the advantage of excellent motor proper was begun yesterday after- to cross the street in front of an
second to his motion. has three noon and will be completed automobile late yesterday afternoon,
captured and one has weather here seems warm there is so trips in the winter. as quicklyas
gone to the St. Cloud nine. much to see and do that such a small Every one is prosperous down in possible. The final location at I Wilmer Simpson, a negro child, 8
THE WEATHER The game yesterday was very close matter as a little heat should make no Florida, Mr. Glenn said, and the finan- which rock was found is on the north' years old, was run down by the ma-
and interesting throughout, and was difference.Mr. cial condition of the state is excellent. side of East South street. chine and instantly killed. It is stated

F For Florida: Wednesday partly much enjoyed by the few spectatorsby Glenn, who is the youngest editor "Florida is going forward by leaps that the driver of the car, said to be

cloudy, probably showers in north and whom it was witnessed. The Ci- in Florida, conducts the Orlando and bounds," he continued, "and is I The new magazines for September Dr. E. M. Clarkson a local dentist,

'. central portions; moderate southeast gar Makers play Ocoee, on the Winter Sentinel He brings to this city news self supporting, aside from the tour coming in daily. Come and see us. was unable to avoid striking the childas
winds. Garden diamond, next Thursday. which will be of much interest to hun-. ist trade." L Curtis & O'Neal book store. it dashed in front of the car..


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CUSTER SURVIVOR BURIED REMEDIES FOR FLEAS as and salt water from the Gulf is HOLDS POLICE AT BAY

used extensively for this purpose Dublin, Ireland.-David Johnston,

Greenville, :Miss., Aug. 16.-Frank Permanently to Get Rid of the I'ests along the coast. of Lurgan, county Armaugh, is hold W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES

II. Erl, 74, said to have been the only They Must Be Attacked in Where it is supposed that dogs or ing his home against the police, who I Proprietors and Owners

survivor of General Custer's com- Breeding Places cats are largely responsible for the seek to arrest him for having shot at

mand where the seventh cavalry was infestation it is desirable to compel the registry enumerators when they
Beach HotelON
massacred by Indians at the battle of Washington, D. C.-Persons whose them to sleep in a definite place in called Saturday to deliver the official Daytona

Little Big Horn, was buried here yes houses, pet animals, or live stock are order that the eggs from the fleas be ; forms for the registry of Johnston's OCEAN BEACH

terday. lie died at Arkansas City, infested with fleas are warned in a concentrated and thus more easily de- household. Johnston apparently be-

Ark., Friday. new publication of the U. S. depart- stroyed. A few gunny sacks or a lieved the forms meant conscription. Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Hfid

ment of agriculture Bulletin No. 248, mat for infested animals to sleep upon
Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished
that it is almost hopeless to get rid will be found to contain a great ma-1

ARCADE of the pest if no attention is paid to jority of the eggs and these can be Single and en Suite

the breeding places of the insects.It destroyed by shaking the cloths over Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold

is, of course, important to destroythe the fire or exposing them on a bare Shower Baths, Free to guests
adult fleas but this should be ac- spot to the rays of the sun.

MILK companied by a thorough cleaning out When fleas are found to be breed- Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week

of all places in which their eggs maybe ing in the house itself the first stepis Dinners 50 cents

laid. Since it takes from two to sweep up all the dust and burn

DEPOT weeks to many months for the eggs it. Floor coverings should be removed BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS

of fleas to develop to adults there is aired, and beaten, and the floor scrub-

always danger of a reinfestation unless bed with strong soap suds. Various

the breeding places are thoroughly insecticides have also been found to

destroyed.It be effective but many of these are
BUTTER MILK-
Fresh Every Da '. is a well known fact that certain either dangerous to health or injur- SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !
ious various articles.
5c. per glass kinds of fleas are responsible for the to

25c. per gallon spread of the bubonic plague and this Fumigation with sulphur fumes or Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If

CREAM AND MILK alone would make their destruction a hydrocyanic-acid gas has also been not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem-
universal duty. They are, however, employed to rid dwellings of fleas. ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS.
BUTTER responsible for other diseases as wellas Both of these have the additional ad- I OUR IRISH POTATOESare

Fresh Homemade the plague, and entirely apart from vantage of kiling rats and mice as' here waiting for you. Prices right.

I their share in spreading contagion well as fleas, but sulphur is open to Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE -

SANDWICHESPIES 'hey are a great nuisance to human the objection that it corrodes metal ? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow-

AND CAKES beings, and may annoy live stock to and injures plants. Hydrocaynic-acid ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur-

such an extent that they seriously injure I gas is so deadly that its use except chaser. 25c. packages and up.
the health of the animal. The under expert direction is quite out

ARCADE MILK DEPOTAN flea can exist practically everywhere of the question. In fumigating with Orlando Seed & Produce Co.

that man can, and if the conditions' sulphur 4 pounds to each 1,000 cubic
are permitted to be favorable it will feet of space should be used. The Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.

multiply with great rapidity.Of sulphur is piled up cone shaped in a PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY

the approximately 400 speciesof pan, which is placed in a larger pan or
tub of water to avoid fire the
fleas from
UNSOLICITED LETTER known to exist the human

flea, the dog flea, the cat flea, the rat heat generated. A depression is madein " '
flea-which carries the plagueandthe the top of the cone of sulphur] a

Want to compliment you for stciktight flea are the varieties little alcohol poured into it, and a

the excellent work you have done which most match applied. The room to be fumigated -
commonly affect human i
for me. should be tightly closed be- ReductionIN
beings and domestic animals. The Big|
Have been coming to Florida
sticktight flea differs from the others forehand and kept closed from 10 to
for 30 years and have had work in that when it has attached itself 12 hours. At the end of that time the
once -
done from Jacksonville to Key doors and windows should be opened
to a host it remains with its GROCERIESRead
West, St. Augustine to Pensacola mouth from the outside and the room thor-
parts immovably imbedded i in
and I can truthfully say I the flesh. Chickens suffer in particu- oughly aired before it is entered.
have never had such excellent Various methods of trapping fleas
Jar from this pest and for this reason
work done for me, as you have it is sometimes have been tried at one time or an-
called
the chicken these prices and be
done. The proprietors of the
flea. It is other but none of these appear to be
frequently seen in dense
laundries of Jacksonville and of as much practical value as the
masses also on the of convincedCOFFEE
ears dogs and
Tampa, not to speak of smaller cats. It is difficult to loosen it from methods already discussed. It is

places, can come to your place its hold and its destruction therefore well to remember, however, that the

and learn how to do work. The presents some difficulties. Fairly flea cannot jump upward very far, a 5 pounds for . .. . . . . $1.00

people of Orlando can justly feel l good results are obtained from the few inches being the usual limit, and FANCY IRISH POTATOES, per peck, . . . .25c
proud of their Steam Laundry. for this if the
reason legs are -
local application of kerosene and lardin protected WHEAT FLAKES, 3 packages for . . . .25c
(Name on application. is bitten. In
) the proportions of 1 part keroseneand a person rarely

3 parts lard, but if used too free plague infested areas where it is of CORN, 3 cans for . . . . . . . .25c

Orlando ly this may injure poultry.In the utmost importance to preventeven
NEW YORK FULL CREAM CHEESE
a single flea from biting a man
the case of other species the insects -
hop about much more freely and fly paper has sometimes been wrap FOR SALE !
Steam LaundryFRENCH mayor may not, therefore, be foundat ped around the legs and the fleas that Make Our Grocery Your Grocery ; :
jump against it have been caught SCREENS WHAT AM:
any given time their hosts.
on
DRY CLEANERS land I killed in this way. In badly in SCREENS
When dogs or cats, however, arefound i -
LAUNDERERS fested regions it is possible to isolate
to be suffering, a bath in a 3 IJOSTWICK GOODELL CO.
PHONE 88 the bed if sufficiently high, by takingcare
per cent solution of creolin will prob John W. Pounds, Agent Our Grocery CompanyTwo
to keep the clothing from hang-
ably be found to be effective. A suf Box 703
ing down. If the legs of the bed are
ficiently accurate method of making Phones: 3 and 200
sufficiently rough to enable the fleas to f
Get Behind a such a solution is to addI table-
spoonfuls of creolin to each gallon of climb up them, they should be placedin 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

I water. Warm water should be used large pans of water or flypaper What do you
should be wrapped around them.
and the animal in
placed a tub with
and enjoy a really cool dry tweet the solution in it. A stiff brush I hope for in a ." ,1.1,1",1,1,181",11,1111,111111,1,1111111CAREY

moke. The Wellington Pipe won't should then be used to work the solution -
boil, wont get foul Educators MeetOakland varnish ?
; into the hair, particular care being -
Mad. In
Americagame taken to wet the 'fleas on the head I II II I

ia.nd of the animal. The bath should last Cal., Aug. 16.-The Na I HANDFUNERAL

.pick yomh.arae slope: 5 or 10 minutes, after which the creo tional Educational Association con

21.35c i0c.... a ]fin should be rinsed off and the animal vened here yesterday with 8,000 to ;I HE

washed with warm water and 10,000 delegates present. Dr. Joseph I I I DIRECTORAND

soap. This treatment is desirable for Swain, president of Swarthmore, rAwcoN\I
'
cats and will prevent the skin of the called the convention to order. I EMBALMER'All

most delicate animal from being Dr. David Starr Jordan, president I

I Say All: burned. Finely] pulverized moth balls of the association, addressed the convention --
worked into the fur of the cat are also on The Teacher and War; I

useful. The napthalene in the mothballs Elmer Ellsworth Browns, I calls answered Promptly Dayor

You want to see this new ] drives the fleas out of the hair. of New York University, spoke on

They emerge in a stupefied conditionand Educational Progress of Fifteen Night. Hand Block.
package Spider is introducing to can then easily be killed. Insect
Years and Mrs.
Philip Snowden, of
,
I When you buy varnish for your
the market-its the swellest : powder, sometimes called pyrethrum, England, talked on Women and War. floors you hope that it will improvethe Orlando Florida.PHONE
buhach, or Dalmatian insect powder, .., appearance of those floors and .
thing out in the way of little may be used in the same way. Fresh, that it will be durable.
POLISH GIRLS EXECUTED BY 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
unadulterated pyrethrum is necessary Unfortunately much that is sold for ,
Cigars. to secure satisfactory results.It RUSSIANS floor varnish won't realize that hope
for .
See him at the has already been said, however, you.Lawson's
Vienna.-According to an official Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
that it is useless to attack the adult a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is
flea if report just published' here the Russians easily applied because it works easily. It
no attention is paid to its is unequalled for durability and will not
before their retreat from Opoc- scratch white. It dnes absolutely dust-
Good and Bad breeding places. The flea may lay its no publicly executed two Polish girls. free in from five to seven hours and gets
Orlando Meat MarketT.
eggs upon the host animal, but in the The young women had been arrested hard in twenty-four hours. The
case of the human flea most of the As for economy. Lustro has a covering
as Austrian spies and a court martial i capacity that is wonderfuL
Cigar StoreOrange eggs are probably deposited while the A. YANCY Manager
found them guilty. They were sentenced i Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
insects are in their nests somewherein Varnish at our risk returnable If unsatis

AyenueBargain the vicinity. In houses the cracksof the city and within shot on two the hours public of squareof their factory.Made Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

floors or under matting or carpetsare by Valentine & Co.
arrest. Both went to their death heroically Florida and Western Meats
favorite places. The conditions
under I shouting "Long Live Poland. Manufacturers of
buildings are often favorable
for breeding. For this reason it is I ." The older one made an i mVALSPAR I and Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. .
passioned short speech in which she
desirable that VAL-ENAMEL
dwellings, stables, and
appealed to her countrymen to fightto Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
sheds should be
so arranged that cats
the last drop of blood against Russian t )
dogs, chickens, and other animals that rule and czarism. / Business '135 P. O. BOX:126
harbor the pests can not go beneath All to be had atFIILEI"S PHONES \ Residence 133 tor. Orange Ave. and Church St. *

them to sleep. Dirt floors in chicken PIONEER PAINT
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houses and sheds furnish more favorable CHICKENS! Chickens! Chickens! 23c.

conditions than wooden floors, per pound. Orlando Seed and Produce STORE

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the straw, feathers, and waste in such

sheds places. Where chicken houses and Where Shall I Go To School? BREAKERS HOTEL
are found to be infested the DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

New house, 8 rooms and bath. manure should be hauled away and FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY Rooms cool and
spread in fidds. Unnecessary rub- Well screened, no mosquitoes. airy.

Location perfect, 4 blocks from bish and dry animal matter should be Tallahassee WOMEN, Fla. I I Gainesville, Fla. Hot and Cold running water in every room

piled up and burned. The LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
ground, the Highest standards, ranking with the
center of city, east side. Standard the same as those of the
floors of outhouses, and similar places best colleges and universities in the I largest and best Universities of the Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to

For quick sale $3000. Cash or where the breeding is supposed to oc- country. I I North and East. $10 per week, American Plan.

terms. cur should be sprayed with keroseneor Modern buildings and equipment; 378 students last session. Total enrollment New Bath House Free to Guests '
crude petrolemu sprinkled all modern conveniences.
about. I I
An inexpensive preventive measure is 437 students term total regular enrollment term; last 163 School. 630, including Summer MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop.. .|
summer ;
the
liberal use of salt scattered about .
session 636.Tuition IllllllJlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
the breeding places and then wet Free in College and Nor- I I Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per lllt

down. Semi-weekly thorough mal School. I I semester for law.

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WorksThe NUMBER OF DRUG USERS IN PRICES TO BE HIGH AFTER THE
Dredge Clermont ManIs
CITY IS NOT LARGE STRUGGLE


Southmere Farms and Fruit From practically every physician in "There will be no more cheap prices. KilledClermont
has started its big dredge to the city comes stories of the attemptsof
company After this war the world is in for a
work completing the Indian River- those who are habitues of the drug period of rising prices," declared Dr.

Orlaflfo Sanford highway. This road habit to secure "dope. Many of the Slater, principal of Ruskin College, Fla., Aug. .-During a
have like stories to tell. dispute between G. H. Lipsie and
has teen partially opened for abouta druggists
Oxford, in the first of a series of lectures -
but The authorities will not in Frank Gilmore over the ownership of
year, Manager Edgar M. Mack any way of economic phases of the world -
says he is starting two crews to work let up in the enforcement of the law war. a piece of land five miles south of this Y
and those who authorized to sell city Saturday, Edward Disbrow, a
and will have the work completed in are "I do not believe," he said, "that e
short order. drugs under the strict federal regula- cousin of Gilmore and an innocent
there will be a period of poverty after
This road when complete will provean tions will take no chances. No one onlooker in the dispute, was shot and
the war. There will be no necessity
knows when federal officials and secret instantly killed by Lipsie.
important link in the Dixie high- .for poverty, and such poverty as thereis .
service men and the Lipsie went to the land with a repeating -
it will enable automo- may appear
as
way system will be due to misapplication of the
Harrison[ law is strict. Not an rifle and ordered Gilmore off. I
bilists to get from the East Coast to very I productive powers which will be avail-
the West Coast and vice versa with- ounce of "dope" can be sold or trans- able. It will be the poverty which The men had quarrelled over the own-

out making the present long distancevia ferred without a record, and where comes from wasted resources, and not ership of the property and Lipsie is 0frLrr
DeLand, a saving of about 56 the record stops there lies the guilt. from inadequate resources. I said to have told witnesses that he
miles. If the Titusville Fruit and One physician has reported that he I would drive Gilmore off the land or
"There will be no return to prewarprices. II
Farm Lands company, and Brevard had a call for help from one of the That means that there will bea kill him. Gilmore refused to go, saying -
county take up the shorter route habitual drug users. He was opti- of he had as good a right there as
permanent readjustment our
through Indian River City there will mistic about the situation, however, Lipsie, or better.
methods. There will have to be a per-
be a saving of between 14 and 15 and stated that he did not believe Lipsie shot,the ball passing through
manent rise of and other
miles more. J. O. Fries, for many there were many cases to be found in manent readjustments wages to meet per-the Gilmore's wrist and hip. He then 0"White
r the county of Brevard Orlando. Past calls for cocaine and turned and fired at Disbrow, who is
surveyor
years higher prices. The proper policy for
county before it was divided, selected like narcotics were mostly from out said to have been standing just across
the trade unions is to accept the war
this last spot on the St. Johns as the of town people, he stated. the line on land belonging to his step-
bonuses, not for the duration of the '
The father and not on the property in dis- Beauty"
desirable to
most place cross. war, but for the duration of the higher AL.a.d:
fill is short on the low side, the chan- SYLVIA PANKHURST REVOLTS prices.-Canadian Press. pute. Disbrow was shot through the

nel is narrow, and the land is high on heart and instantly killed.
the other, it is only six miles to con- London, Aug. 16.-Sylvia Pank- Lipsie walked to Clermont wherehe THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM

nect with the Orange county systemof hurst, famous as a military suffragist, 2,000 AMERICANS ENLIST gave himself up to Deputy Sheriff

hard roads and it is almost a direct will not comply with the national reg- Morgan Mills, who took him to the "The Hoosier Cabinet Saves Steps"The

east and west line to Orlando.Mr. istry regulations, she asserts."I London.-There are no fewer than county jail at Tavares. A coroner's
Fries is still of the same opin- am not going to register; that'sall 2,000 Americans in the ranks of the jury was impanelled and found him low price of this wonderful labor-saving machineon

ion and he is the county surveyor of I know about it," declared Miss Canadian military contingent, said guilty of murder, testimony being introduced the club plan is fixed everywhere by the Hoosier fact-

Orange county with his office at Or- Pankhurst at a meeting followed by a Samuel Hughes, Canada minister of : to show that he had threat ory. You pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms.

lando, so we may expect favorable at- demonstration of East London suffra- militia, at a meeting" Americansheld ened to kill Gilmore and went armedto Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and

tention at his hands.-News and Star, gettes. here last night."I ; the place. Disbrow's funeral was have it save two hours from your kitchen work tomorrow.

Cocoa. "For my part, I think it merely a have already written letters of I held Sunday morning. He leaves a
ruse to get more power out of the gratitude and sympathy," said general -I'wife. Gilmore will probably recover OSCAR HAND & SON

PEACE OVERTURES DENIED workers. I am not a man, so they Hughes, "to mothers of more unless blood poisoning should set in.
won't take me to war, but they won't than 100 American boys who have All the parties came to this section

Berlin, by wireless to Sayville.The .- send" me to a munitions factory. They fallen in Flanders. More than 2,000 last fall from Ohio.INVESTMENT. !

Overseas News Agency : know there will be trouble. enlisted and we would have many
says
"The North German Gazette offi- "They paid two shillings' eight more if we wished. Any number of BANKINGThe PERCENT

cially denies the nonsensical stories pence ((66 cents) a dozen for soldiers' West Pointers offered their servicesas Real Estate Bank covers a field i 35 DiscountFor
khaki shirts, and men must fight for officers, and some are now with I
circulated from London that Emperor I not covered by the average commercial -
William, through the king of Den- better conditions for women." us. bank. Making real estate loans. I
Manage both real and
property
mark, has offered to Russia, per
peace I sonal, for clients. Look after their the benefit of
which the latter country rejected. CALIFORNIA ORANGES REACH WORK BEGUN ON DRAIN taxes, and other obligations. Manage our customers -

f "The German government, the TOP PRICES FOR SEASON estates-collecting rents, insuring
I property, drawing deeds and con- will give 25
newspaper says, naturally would not Bradentown, Fla., Aug. 16.Workon tracts. Look after investments-in- we a

reject reasonable peace offers, but New York.-The highest prices the Ellenton eastern drain has I specting titles, collecting dividends, I i cent cash discount
peace can only come when the hostile realized so far this season on California been commenced by Contractor Edgar coupons, notes or other obligations. I per on
governments show rediness ot acknowledge were reached this week. Chapman, of Plant City constructionto Buying first mortgages and other se-
oranges all sold the
i curities. Mr. Cook, in the Watkins goods during
the failure of their mili-
!The quality has not improved over be done entirely by laborers and Block with associates, is organizing
tary undertakings against Germany."!(''last week and the fruit is still running without machinery.The a Real Estate Bank, and is busy list- month of July and August.
I' unattractive but constant demand drain is to be approximately ing properties and other investment

ALLIES TO GET DEVICE TO I I for the fruit keeps prices up. 6,500 feet long. It passes directly opportunities. 8-17-2t

FIGHT TORPEDOESParis. I Forty-seven cars were sold with $6.05 through Ellenton, draining the town OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING

.-A device invented by an 1 I the top price. The general range was and the fertile hammocks in the vi- Today's Sentinel is replete with the I

Italian engineer, which makes it pos- :I$5.25@5.90 on best stock; good sec- I cinity. The canal will be five feet advertisements of most of the merchants I Hammond & Gore

sible to drive torpedoes out of their !ond grade $4.75@5.50P and even stand- wide at the bottom and require the of Orlando, and there are some

course and explodes them, has satisfied ards brought as high as $4.90. The i i removal of approximately 12,000 feet rare shopping opportunities containedin FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

tests, says a special dispatch from I average in some cases for an entirecar of earth. these advertisements, which care-
Rome, and arrangements are being :' was $4.98, and it was nothing I The cost of the work, amounting to ful and discriminating buyers will Cor. Orange Ave. and Church; St. Orlando, Fla.

made to supply the device to the allied I unusual for a car to average $4.50 for ; $5,000, will be represented largely by readily grasp. Read all the advertise. .

fleets. its entire contents.-N. Y. Packer. I wages paid to laborers. ments carefully.

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your the benefit of this
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Columbia Medallians are made in three styles and each style in gloss or dull finish.

Color'This wonderful HALF PRICE SALE.We .
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THE DAILY A BLOT ON ber of boxes possible regardless of IMHIHMIIIMIII lllinilllMliilllimiiillll
TilE STATE. all considerations except the count of
Florida Sentinel
South Deplorable beyond expression was boxes. If a crew of expert fruit pickers 1! M
MORNING AND WEEKLY the hanging of Leo Frank three miles is attracted here from northern \ I
1/. 1:. GLENN ...u......-.... Ediur from Marietta Ga., Tuesday night bya fruit growing sections, count of boxesis
W. C. Ess1NGTOY ......Basins Manager
mob of twenty-five persons who the first consideration. The inter- :
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando FlorIda overpowered the officers in whose ests of the growers are practicallylost .
u Second Claa Mail Matter. )
hands he had been placed for safe sight of. They are here for the 4eiLJ

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: keeping. We shall not attempt a money they can make. '
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 ?
Daily 6 Month ...................... 2.50Daily. resume of the incidents leading from True, some of the pickers handleour \
: 3 Months ...................... 1-25 the time of his trial to the murderof oranges as daintily as they would ,
up
Daily.: 1 Month ...u.................. .50
the helpless prisoner. The lynchers handle eggs. But such careful orange '
weekly; 1 Year ...................... $1.00 : HAPPYWEEK
revenged a crime by committinga pickers are not in a majority. It need
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN order 'not be that han-
ADVANCETO greater one. They destroyed expected they would :
and assailed civilization and trampled dle an orange as carefully as if working :
ADVERTISERS!
under foot the majesty of the law. for a regular per diem wage.
Opy; f.r display and all ether handset No one will regret this more than the And let it be understood that the fruit :

.tarticUr the day.f before the aliM Sentinel publication.be handea net later in This at than the rule bauaeuSee 2 applieat p. m. good people of Georgia, and the good damaged in the grove by the careless :j Is With Us---Join In the Happy Throng ij ijPut
in that the
picker carefully
change for contract ad erti lnj; it 10 people largely predominate goes through most -
fevariaJMe: and will be strictly adhered &.. state. conducted packing houses and into .
dull care aside, make life worth living-and-incidently take advantage of our Mid-Summer Low \ \
is the northern
Subscribe desiring The Sentinel discontinued The incident most regrettable, markets, defying detection ,
should notify the office in writing on but it is one of those inevitable things until its box is opened for inspection : Price fascinations.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the reruUr subscription rates that happen when-lawbreakers persistin and the bruised spot has devel- '

on Telephone til notice. Namk-r to atop .U...received................... 2. openly and brazenly defying the oped into a decay that may depreciate ,
law and the enlightened public senti- the selling value of a car load ship- Come! Save!! And Be Happy!!! :

WEDNESDAY. \ 18, 1915. ment of a state.A ment and establish the belief that the '
state whose citizens show such Florida orange is a bad Keeper. The el

contempt for law and order as to even orange growing industry thus gets a ,
his
Sometimes
a man quits job
rather than expose his ignorance and try to lynch their chief executive, the black eye, the grower is injured in .
incapacity.The governor, should lose its state rights purse the money he paid to imported :
and be put in control of military gov- pickers, if any, went out of the state, ,
o ernment with the aid of missionariesuntil while that earned by home laborers :
Sentinel invites the views of
it becomes respectful toward the is spent lavishly because earned eas- :
its readers upon subjects of generalor
interest. i government. ily. :
special o o Perhaps a per diem wage agreed : For the Wee Tot

WHY THEY ARE NOT GOOD upon and adhered to by the growers
at the of fifty
Many a man age
KEEPERSIn would not result in a complete cure : 1t. Dainty Lingerie Dresses Wash Dresses Vestees,
wishes he was half as smart as he ,
for the decay trouble. But there : t.
thought he was at the age of twenty- can Slips, Sweaters, Suits, Caps, Bonnets, etc. >
one. the markets where Florida and be no question it would result in a :
material reduction of unsound fruitin AT SUCH BIG REDUCTIONS THAT WILL MEAN
o California oranges come in competition
You'll never be able to realize that the Pacific coast fruit has it on the markets of the North and bet- : \y A REFUND OF FROM 15c. TO 35c.; ON EVERY

the other fellow amounts to more than us, on account of its superior keeping ter returns to the Florida grower. : DOLLAR YOU SPEND.

you do until you look at yourself from qualities. The consumer who lays in o :
his viewpoint.If small quantity for immediate con- California State Hospital will try
baseball as a cure for insanity. We :
o sumption prefers the Floridas because
do not believe it will work
as we :
some people spent as much in they are jucier and of higher flavor.
trying to live as they do in tryingnot The dealer has learned to fight shy have seen samples of specimens baseball :
has turned out.
to die, they might do something of Floridas on account of their inferior .
worth while. keeping qualities. Various causes o .

o have been ascribed for this. But is it MR. WALL WELL PLEASED WITH :
For That Live Wire Girl y
The girl who really doesn't care ,not possible that the chief one has PROSPECTS :.

whether she wins the prize at a card been overlooked? And is it not possible Perry G. Wall, of Tampa, candidatefor r
party will make an exceptionally I that this chief one could be eas- United States senator, met a num- : of YoursSchool

agreeable and tractable wife. !ily controlled? The question is one ber of influential Pensacolans Satur- : j

o I which should interest every orange day and ;yesterday and is highly Dresses and Rompers, Middy Blouses, Gauze 1

It is now claimed that a Brooklyn grower in the state. pleased with his prospects in this : Underwear, Fancy Ribbons, Hosiery, Corsets, Boots and /
doctor first hit upon the idea of using We all know that the rupture of a county. A number of citizens called : Shoes.

asphyxiating gas in warfare. We singue juice cell in an orange becomes on him at the San Carlos hotel Sun- :
seem tcTbe getting back to original at! once a focal point of decay. And day and he has been busy meeting : ALL REDUCED, MEANING A SAVING TO YOU OF

sources.A II those who handle the fruit in the others today. FROM 15c. TO 30c. ON EVERY DOLLAR. v,

o II markets know that a single orange' Mr. Wall is making a study of conditions :

Chicago woman wants the coun- showing the slightest decay upon the in the various cities of the

cil to pass an ordinance compelling I inspection of a box or a shipment of state he visits and is particularly interested :
I fruit causes suspicion in the mind of
milkmen to wear rubber heels. Next I in the work of the commer- :
thing she'll want the newsboy to.. the buyer, with a resultant depreciation cial clubs, educational matters and : For That Perpetual Motion
wear gloves. in value of the whole. movements for crop improvement and I
Florida produces the best orange in farm development. Whenever he :
o
Son of Yours
the American market, and it producesthe meets a man in position to give information :
The world is full of good fathers
fruit at less cost to the grower on these topics he stops '
and mothers and spoiled boys. Theyare than any other part of the United ( talking politics and begins to ask t "Right Posture" Clothing, Rompers, Cast Iron

not bad boys but just naturally I States. Then where is the trouble? questions. lie was particularly inter- Shirtings, Hosiery that wears like leather low Shoes

spoiled. A spoiled boy is one who has I I Not in the packing houses. There ested in the system of farm finance : made to wear, Hats, Caps and Ties.
not learned
some lessons, and father II has been a marvelous' improvement in that is being worked out in this '
and mother can not each them. The packing house equipment within the county.Mr. AT REDUCTIONS THAT MEAN REFUNDS TOt

boy must get them by experience, |past few years. In the modern packing Wall will remain in Pensacola YOU OF FROM 20c. TO 40c. ON EVERY DOLLAR

hard knocks, and sometimes these 1 house the equipment and the handling a few more days and will then go to : YOU SPEND.
knocks are excrutiatingly hard and of the fruit almost .
are perfect.We other counties in West Florida.-Pen- '
discouraging.They I must look elsewhere.The sacola News.

o writer believes that by far the Happy Week will be just what its name portends-a week of merriment, jovially,
are seeing things at night
I most fruitful cause of the inferior ADDITIONAL LOCALSJ.
over in the vicinity of Orlando. There keeping quality of the fruit may be joy The atmosphere of our store will be surcharged with the electricity of happinessand

have been rumors for some time but I found in the picking and handling in Z. Eckols, of Ocoee, was shaking we are going to pleasantly shock every visitor with the lowness of prices. e

One night during the past week the 'the groves, and that it is due to the hands with his many Orlando friends :

thing which has been shaking the'I prevailing custom of paying pickers yesterday, having returned from a For the Coy Maidenof
nerves of some of the residents of by the box instead of a per diem most profitable and pleasure bent

that section was made out to be a flying I wage. The average Florida laborer, visit to Tampa. Mr. Eckols, while in Sweet Sixteen .

machine of some description. Its in the orange belt, receives around a Tampa, closed the deal for hardware :
outlines were plainly seen by one man i dollar and a half per day through and other material to be used in the (or thereabouts)
and his daughter. If it had only been I seven or eight months of the year. construction of several buildings he
seen by the man we might be wondering He could not be considered a skilled is erecting in and near Ocoee. Dainty Summer Dresses, charming fabrics, beau- _

yet what brand he is using and I laborer. When the orange picking tiful Laces, Middy Blouses, Evening Gowns, the

recommend a change, but as it was season opens, the demand for pickersis Mrs. J. Miller and her accomplished very latest in footwear; unexcelled Hosiery, Sum

seen by the lady also we give it up. I great and seven to ten cents per daughters, Misses Ruth and Florence, I mer Silks, distinctive Underwear, etc., etc
The Pensacola yard is said to box is An active the
navy paid. picker in and son, Master Harold Miller arrived :
be making some experimental expedi. J lorange grove can earn $2.50 to $4.00 in Orlando yesterday afternoon AT SUCH BIG REDUCTIONS THAT WILL MEANA

tions, but when peace prevails along 'per day. Result: Not one man in from Cleveland Ohio where they REFUND OF FROM 15c. TO 35c. ON EVERY
the gulf coast and the weather is i'twenty of them can afford to handle have been spending several months.
DOLLAR YOU SPEND.
as unsettled as it was last week thereis i !the fruit with proper care. The They were met here by :Mr. :Miller

hardly a probability they were i "grower's interests are not considered. and the happy family motored out to

cruising that far from the base of operations $The inducement is offered to every. their pretty home on Long Lake in
at night.-Gainesville Sun. I man of them to fill the greatest num- I the Windermere section.

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He has found some of our "GEM
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FEED," the feed that's all feed-no by-
and Marx's Summer Clothing; the
a,, very acme of perfection in Hart Shaffner
products.At newest in "Manhattan Shirts," beautiful black and colored silks-Ready-to-Wear Costu

mes, House Dresses, fine Muslin Underwear-becoming Millinery-sensible Footwear,

the price, $1.95, you will look as pleased as the horse etc., etc.

PRICED SO EXTREMELY LOW THAT WILL BE A SAVING TO YOU OF 15
ALL
when you see the results of feeding it. None better. Try it. CENTS TO 35 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND.DicksonIves.



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SOCIAL CALENDAR meeting and elect officers. All Woodmen :
who are interested in the Uni-
Wednesday, August 18.
form rank are requested to be pres-
Miss Eunice Ives will entertain the
Twentieth Century Club. ent and I be: enrolled on the charter. GRANDTODAY
The C. W.'s of the Christian church Visiting Woodmen are invited.
will meet with Mrs. Parrish, at 501
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S. West street.
Thursday, August 19. SCOUTS, .
Half holiday; the usual business ATTENTION.Boy .1 I'4 i 4j
places will close for the afternoon. Scouts of troop No. 4 meet at .

Seventh Club.golf tournament at the Coun- the fountain, Eola Park, at 7 p. m., :
try
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The Kil Rare Klub will meet with Thursday, August 11, for a hike to ; .:.:
Mrs. F. N. Boardman, at 104 Sum- Lake Gibbens, where an examination o 0
merlin Place.BeJrinners' for second class' Scouts will be held.
THE BEAUTY OF WOMEN
shoot will be held under
small and two matchesfor "A BARBOUS AFFAIR"A
Bring a can ,
the auspices of the Orlando Gun is enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres, earrings, etc.
Club the at the Country the water boiling contest.
Those hidden qual- Club.on grounds Jos.Woodnick,Scoutmaster troop 4. A ::\ Comedy. Our stock has been very carefuly selected and it contains not a

The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday af- D single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride, sweetheart,

ities which are the the ternoon Baptist as usual church.in the parlors of SOCIETY NOTESOF --0-- sister or wife. Come and enjoy a look over it. I

-- INTEREST.Mr. "THE STROKE OF FAITH"A ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. U
real source of responsiveness -BOARD OFGOVERNORS and Mrs. J. M. Starbuck have ,

MET. invited a number of their friends to Lubin Drama. ((6. .d] .

and The Board of Governors of the As- meet with them on Thursday, August =OJ=(i.
sociated Charities met at the San 26th, and help in the celebration of

Juan hotel yesterday at 4 p. m. for the golden anniversary of their wed- "A DOUBLE WINNING" -
flexibility will show the regular bimonthly business meet- ding. If quality for a low price is an object
A Biograph Drama. a our wall papers will win your favor. '"
ing.In i -()- For the next 30 days we will offer for
themselves before the absence of both the presidentand I Dr. C. L. Seaver and wife have returned ij:; T : i sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper

vice-president, Dr. J. B. Ley was to Jacksonville after a months .,t from lc. to 5c. per roll. Now is the -.
have been at elected to occupy the chair. I pleasant visit to Mrs. Seaver's parents "HIS PEASANT PRINCESS"An time to buy, and do your papering ti
you when you get ready. ,
Nothing of special importance came Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lumsden.
Edison Drama.A We also carry a full line of High- :
the wheel five min- up for consideration at the meeting, :p '' Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
routine business occupying most of Tuesday afternoon, August 31st, d We invite you to call and inspect i iI'
the session. Several cases where help Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Hudson will cel- yFr our stock. l

- utes. was needed were brought to the attention ebrate their golden wedding anniver- GOOD BILL [

of the governors. sary at their home in this city. .. [ tu'J
Mrs. II. L. Beeman, treasurer of -()- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

the society presented her report. As Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Curtis will leave ,,5 cents 10 cents '
j fl 205 S. Orange Avenue
Mrs. Beeman will be absent from Or- Friday for Atlantic City, N. J., where
lando for the next two months she they will spend a month enjoying a COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261 ,

will appoint some member of the pleasant vacation. "

It gets in- board to take up her duties during Tomorrow, "What Happened to -111.111..I..I.II.II.I.I..II.f .'.f..1.11'1.
away this period. CUPID ON A VACATION
The meeting was well attended, and Jones," a five reel comedy, feat- I

stantaneously. The proved very interesting. The next Orange county marriage licenses uring Fred Mace, Chas. Chap- The New Ice Company | ;
meeting of the board will be Tuesday. had a decided dropping off this month. :

motor seems to have August 31st, at the San Juan, at 4:30 Whether due to the European wran- lin's greatest rival. PHONE 675 I

in the afternoon. gle, the warm weather, or the youth- A

and still fulness of those with matrimonial
more more l
BEAUTIFUL NIGHT tendencies, the records show that
BLOOMING CEREUS. there have been only two marriage licenses Delivery Daily
power when occasion issued from the a
Sunday evening many people enjoyed county judge's r
the pleasure of seeing a night office since the twenty-third of last
requires. On blooming cereus in full bloom at the month to the present time, and one Wait for our wagon. We think AimmmmmMmmimmmmimmmmtfr

Melrose hotel. There were two of the of these was issued yesterday. will like our ice. i
direct drive the magnificent blossoms open Sundayand Judge Martin turned down one cou- you ,

several more on Monday evening.The ple on account of their youthfulness.Louis .

flowers were on a hardy plantof B. Lloyd and Miss Lucile Dav-
speed be varied i
can considerable size which was enport, after being refused the docu-
grown
by Mrs. R. M. Rattle, of S. West ment which would enable them to ROOf GARDEN( The New Ice Company j : l

from low to high street. Mrs. Rattle is an enthusiasticlover launch on the sea of matrimony, secured .

of flowers and always has some the permit to become man and

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friends. nole. "
TODAYBUNGLING
Ob- The night blooming cereus is a i
plant which although said to be easily REBEKAHS, ATTENTION \ r .

raised is not cultivated by many flower -
viously these features I BUNKS BUNCOA "
growers on account of the lengthof Camp of instruction will meet at "

time which is required for it to Odd Fellows Hall, Wednesday, August I comedy in three parts. *
are the direct produce blossoms, therefore the op- 18, at 2:30 o'clock. All sisters, FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;11; *"

portunity to see one of these rare and especially the degree team, are

result of close care- plants in full blossom was appreciatedby requested to be present. "PATHE WEEKLY"War
Mrs.Y.. II. Brokaw
all who enjoyed the privilege. secretary.

--- feature, actual fighting
ful manufacturing ENGAGEMENT Peter J. Smith, who has been tak-

ANNOUNCED.The ing in the sights of New York, Bos- scenes.; '"

ton and Atlantic City since early
Tampa Tribune of this morn-
spring, has returned to Orlando and :
O'NEAL
contains &
ing an announcement of the I CURTIS
looks as if he had enjoyed every mo- Comb and Brush Set given.
The Wheelbase is marriage of Miss Dora Bowman and
Mr. John C. Ley, which will be of interest ment that he was absent. Peter says away at nine o'clock tonight. 4
to in Orlando.Mr. he had to return home sooner than he
many Real Estate i
had anticipated of the disagreeable Insurance Loans :
110 inches and Mrs. J. II. Bowman, Jr., on account :
weather that of the
announced the part <<
engagement of their
world has been experiencing. The The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Rentals
daughter, Dora, to John C. Ley, of
Tampa, Florida. The wedding will European war has completely unset- Theater ;
The One-Price
tled things and he real
was glad to
take )
place on September 29th in .
get back to Orlando. i
PIano Texas the former home of !
Miss 'Bowman. :Miss Dora Bowmanis

a niece of Mrs. Edgar Wall, of this HUPMOBILE REPUTATION

city, and she was an attractive winter
Every one sems willing and ready 10 cents 5 cents
guest during the past season. Mr. to concede that the Hupmobile "is a
00 John C. Ley is the son of Rev. J. B. good car." There must be something ESTABLISHED 1886 -
$850. Ley, of Orlando, but formerly pastorof in it. Ask a man who owns a Hup
what he will buy next, and almost invariably <
the First Methodist church of Tam- "
you will receive the same Don't forget the "Who Pays?
pa, and is a member of the Alexan- reply: "Another Hup." There is no dt
der Lumber company. strQnger argument. 18-18-lt Thursday night.
f. o. b. Orlando -0- Him it limit mi 111 mm t MI mm im iiiiiiMi ,
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SEWING CIRCLE MEETS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

WITH MRS. LOW. ..
Yesterday the Methodist Sewing WANTED small flat, or three
furnished or unfurnished rooms for
Circle met with Mrs. Low, S. West
on
light
housekeeping, not
necessarily on
street. A good attendance was pres- the same floor by the moth or year; Melts in Your Mouth -
It
ent and the afternoon was greatly en- Box terms 531.reasonable. Address W.8-18-6t D. B.,
joyed.
i
After the completion of the usual
LOST-Somewhere
\ between Orlando
work the hostess served pineapple and my place on the Conway brick :
sherbet and cake. road, two automobile tires, one new DAILY BULLETIN
The Circle will meet next Tuesdayat and the other second-hand. Returnto
the undersigned, or the Sentinel
the home of Mrs. J. L.
Guernsey, and receive reward.V.. L. Dolive.
on East Central avenue. 8-18-3tc PEACH

Mrs. Joe Davis, press reporter. VANILLA .
-0-- WE WILL BUILD you a modern CHOCOLATE SPECIAL ;
WPhilips MRS. MAGRUDER ENTERTAINSTHE bungalow, five large rooms, bath, SPECIAL :
electric lights, on a splendid lot, with PINEAPPLE
JUNIOR MATRONS. fruit and shade trees, near two lakes, Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape Ice
Yesterday afternoon the Junior Matrons desirable location in the city one .
block from Orange for CHERRY
Card Club was very delightfully avenue $1,400.
Will take $250 cash, balance $15 per CARAMEL
entertained Mrs. Jas.
by Magruder. month, 6 per cent. interest. Tracy &
There were no club guests present Moore, carpenters. 18 East Church

during the afternoon. The club prize street. 8-18-6t We deliver from one quart upHand's .. :.
for the game was won by Mrs. Davis

Fishback, who made high score for '" ,
the members. FavoriteTODAY'S

The hostess, at the close of the af -

& ternoon's game, served a dainty salad ;

course. --0-- "JIMMY"PROGRAM Pure Ice Cream

A Domino feature, complete in two
WOODMEN\ MEET parts
THIS EVENING.A "SHEALKETH ALONE"An '
Sons class of 20 will be given the Protection American Beauty production featuring Phone 566 and 666 -
Vivian Rich.
: degree tonight at 7:30, by the "THE SKY PIRATE"A
Woodmen of the World. good Keystone comedy.
The Uniform rank will also hold a FIVE CENTS TO ALL. -
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A REAL NECESSITY DEATH OF JOHN NULL RUSSIANS ON OFFENSIVE :NOTICE TO MY CUSTOMERS AND: !
I THE WORLD
No individual with anything to sell
or trade can successfully find a buyeror The Marion, Ind., LeaderTribuneof Amsterdam, August 16.-The Berliner This is to announce that I have
trader without the aid of the Sentinel August 8th contains the following Lokal Anzeiger learns from moved my stenographic office to the FOR SALE
want ads. Remember that its account of the death of Mr. John Null. Czernowitz that the Russians resumedthe ground floor of Dr. C. D. Christ's
k
Sanitarium and would be all
glad at
circulation five-sixths of Mr. Null is well known in Orlando, offensive on the Bessarabia front.
represents
t times to see you as heretofore. .. .
the Orlando community. I where he spent many winters, havingat In the last week several night attacks HENRY H. YOWELL,
one time owned considerable property :have been undertaken by the Russians Public Stenographer and Notary
i here. It is with sincere regret I but according to the German Public. Will offer for sale for a few days

that his friends here will learn of his message they were all repulsed with 8-17-2te
i
, Summer ExcuisiooRates death. The Tribune says: severe Russian losses. the property corner Orange Avenue,

"Coroner E. G. Zimmer returned a The Lokal Anzeiger's correspondentsays
verdict of chronic carditis in his in- the Russians in Bessarabia are The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

vestigation as to the cause of the making use of new heavy batteries,
: death of John Null, 70, found dead in which shows the Russian offensive the skating rink property, for $26,000.

his home, 106 NorthE is all shattererd.
the back yard of power not
Select Boarding and Day $2,000 down and balance
; VIA street, yesterday morning at 8 The Berliner Tageblatt says, ac- School for Girls $1,000 a year

o'clock by Tom Hendricks, 311 Northwestern cording to Moldawa, the organ of the 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 and interest six
r Atlantic Coast line avenue, a close friend, who Roumanian statesman, M. Peter Carp, Primary, Intermediate and Academic at per cent.C.A.HOVEY.
came to visit him. Mr. Null had lived the Russian government has forced Grades

l alone several years, ever since the all great land owners in Bessarabiawho Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
i Standard Railroad_of the South death of his wife, and had no rela- are not Russian subjects to sell Culture and Domestic Science.

' tives nearer than St. Paul, Kas. Mr. their property. For Catalogues address the Rector,
t FROM ORLANDO Null could not have been dead longer
Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M,
: $40.70. . . .New York than an hour when found, if that long, ARREST OF ORTOLPH AN "ORDI- Orlando, Fla.

f: $40.70 . .. Philadelphia as neighbors saw him go to the gro- NARY CASE" .
F
$37.70 . . .Washington cery between 7 and 8 o'clock. The --- --------

$38.70 . . Cincinnati deceased had been subject to frequent Tallahassee, Fla.-United States

. . . .Chicago FIELD'SCHOCOLATE -- --- ---
: 19.20 attacks of heart trouble. When Mr. District Attorney Neeley, who has ---- -- --- -- --- -

$43.43 . . . St. Louis I Hendricks called he knocked at the ,personal charge of the investigation

: $64.30 .. .. . . Denver .front door but received no response. I of charges against Walber Ortolph, The arket

$95.20 . . San Francisco ,lie opened the door and walked in, accused of secretly visiting United

t Excursion rates to various passing on through the house, callingfor States military reservations on the OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

t points furnished on application. I Mr. Null. When he reached the Florida coast, in a statement issued OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
t Sold daily until September 30th. yard he found the dead body of Mr. declared that there "is no more sig- VANILLA
Limit October 31st. Null and at once summoned the neigh- nificance to this arrest than any ordi- FRESH AND SALT MEATS

t Stop-Overs Fast Trains bors and Coroner Zimmer. The fun- : nary case." He regrets that "a long- PEACII Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

; Steel Pulmans Dining Cars eral will be held from the home Mon ing desire for sensationalism seems CARAMEL Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

'. day afternoon at 2:30 and burial will to possess every breast at this inop- and pore.
For Information Call
on be in the I. O. O. F. cemetery." portune time," and says there is no ICE CREAMS. We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
basis for claiming Ortolph is a Ger-
i W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. I everything in the Meat Line.
is still held
THE ALLEY CAT man spy. Ortolph in jail.
Orlando
F He will be given a hearing Tuesday I H. M. Self & Co.
morning before United States Com-
CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, lQc.
While every dog must have his day,
missioner McCord.NO PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
and dog days now are on the way,
: Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER the gentle muse now comes to bat
MORE PUBLIC AT
to sing the plan, or garden cat; the HANGINGS -

ff alley cat is known to most as one TAMPA CLUB SANDWICH 25c.

f of the great midnight host. In all Tampa, Fla.-The failure of the ARE -YOUR CHILDREN[ [LEARNING MUSIC?!

t our larger towns and cities you'lfind \
scores of such homeless kitties, gallows' trap to work Friday at the These vacation days should be used to interest the

who on the back fence go a-calling, execution of John Wade, negro, may We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
r children in kind of
Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"HAS and make an awful caterwauling. lead to the abolition of hangings as some a musical instrument. We ;

I f- You might name such a cat Macbeth; a public spectacle in Hillsborough and Delivered for All everything in music and musical instruments. fUmiSj

fI he murders sleep-but what is county. fines, elevates and trains the mind for the more
death? Aye, what is death when one Carrying out the sentence of the OccasiouMCCRACKEN'S of life.
Ii i OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP feline of lives has been accorded nine? law in full gaze of not only men and duties ,

Ah, creature of the dark midnight, women, but children as well, is believed \v. S. BRANCH
f with stealthy mien and footsteps by many to be detrimental to I
ON WEST PINE STREET JUST the morals of a community rather THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
light, companion of the witch and .
!: than conducive to better conduct.
bat, common or garden Thomas Cat,
f. ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. with fur erect and arching back,what However that may be, Sheriff Spencer -:
I
r;. j is it, Kitty, that you lack, that you is determined that there shall beI SKATING RINK!
no repetition while he is sheriff. The
t: ,should sing your midnight song, and
scaffold has been torn down so it can
the sma' hours
jto wee, prolong your
t Phone 204 I I chamber concert, and at night appear not be used again.

I to be so full of flight? Do not the When it comes to delicious light LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY \

i boot jacks thrown at you, the paper TEAMSTERS' STRIKE IN: ST. AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
1
LOUIS IS SETTLEDSt.
t. weights and inkstands, too, your cat WAFFLES
-NO MEN ALLOWED IN
enthusiasm stint? I often think if Louis, 1\10.-The strike of 1,500 BUILDING EXCEPT

t.r r Orlando Motor folks would feed their cats-I reallydo transfer company teamsters and AND INSTRUCTORS.Open A

indeed-and lock them in when chauffeurs, which began here last Fri .
10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. 1
day, was settled tonight. The
twilight falls we might be spared men
SYRUP
, Car Exchange these caterwauls; and folks who can't were granted a general wage increaseof A
1 Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.ADMISSION
attend to that have no right to bringup fifty cents a week, a reduction of ; .
THIS IS ONE OF OUR
( S. B. Hutton, Mgr. a cat. about one hour in the working day, ,
t. and better working conditions.The --
Corner Main and East Pine
settlement was brought about SPECIALS 10 CENTS
f TRUE IN MANY A TOWN \
by Father Timothy Dempsey Cath- .

WE BUY AND SELL USED The following "poem" which is go- olic priest. 15 centsCatering I
.
:' CARS ing the rounds of the press, applies to ,
CHOLERA IN WURTEMBURGGeneva
every town having paved streets and
1
; Fords A SpecialtyFORD will be read in the light of experienceby via Paris.-Asiatic cholera ORLANDO 'ROOFING
many: has appeared at CannStatt, Wurtem-

They took a little gravel, burg. An official notice says that To Those -ANC;
And took a little tar, only one case has developed, and that
TOURING CAR, Electric With various ingredients every precaution is being used to pre SHEET METAL CO
Imported from afar; Who Care
Lights, New Tires, etc., a bar- They hammered it and rolled it, vent spreading of the contagion.
r .
And when they went away

, gain at $200.See They said they had a pavement Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
, To last for many a day. ,

They came with picks and smote it, sf. JOUNS RIVER EXCURSIONS and Rubber Roofings
To lay a water main. .
} Mr.|Hutton And they called the workmenTo
. put it back again; Cornices, Skylights.Healing, Ventilating Metal Ceilings
Corner Pine and Main Street To lay a railway cable Sanford to JacksonvilleAND
took it
They up once more.
And then they put it back again RETURN Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Just where it was before.
A. B. Cook & Co.
They took it up for conduits,
30 Watkins Block Orlando Fla. To run the telephone.And $7.00Including
then put it back againAs
hard as any stone;
They tore it up for wires,
Dealers in Real Estate In- To fed the 'lectric light, meals and berth Tops Backs Cushions
I And then they put it back again, ,
vestments and Business Which was no more than right.
Oppor- Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days Curtains
Celluloids Bows "
tunities. Oh the pavement's full of furrows, ,
LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED) STEAMER
There are patches everywhere;
You'd like to ride upon it,
But it's seldom that you dare. OSCEOL..A; PAINTING
REAL
ESTATEINVESTMENTS
It's a very handsome pavement,
A credit to the town;
LOANS They're always digging of it up Leaves Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30 A. M. A
Or puttin of it down.

MORTGAGES\ -Chicago Commerce.The A combination daylight and searchlight trip t

BANK TIMBER STOCKS hired girl has went-she was i of 400 miles through the heart of Florida Orlando Top & Trimming Co. t

hired she tired : Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE Mgr.
she
was was fired; 1 1f
BUSINESS OF ALL OPPORTUNITIES KINDS. but smile-you can get another by '[Clj'de St. Johns River Line 1i

'using our want ad. column. ;l i.

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i i I WANTS C. B. ROBINSON :I Worthington BlackmailATTORNEYATLAW 1 I'


I ATTORNEYATLAWNo.

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

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime I RATES'

For One Day _____________25t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW
\ For Three Days ________ __50c DAVIS
& GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For Six Days _______________75c
I 1 For One Month ____________$2.50
I This rate applies on all ads of I Phone 172
\ 25 words or less. If the ad contains -
more than 25 words the rate
I will be one cent per word for I Room Watkins Block Phone 72
I each additional word, for each in-
I I sertion.If .
: you can't bring your ad to Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block
-:'1.:- ,.. ..1f4. 'I the office telephone No. 24. Accounts J. M. CHENEY
I opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
I
tt I Every Home-Every Business 87 Victor Starbuck
I
wM lr Every Man has use for a
/ i t ta I Sentinel Want Ad. Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
a
I. Bldg.
I.I Phone 161
FOR SALE
I
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I MULES FOR SALE I R. RAY WHITE No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
Pair nice mare mules in good condi-
tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -I ATTORNEY-AT LAW
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc Room 44
F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
FOR SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
Full bearing orange and grapefruit
and
grove, within 1 1-2 miles of postoffice, CONTRACTOR
on brick road adjacent to County!
Club. A splendid subdivision prop- DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST Phone 37
osition at exceptional low valuationfor
cash. Address "Prosperity," Sentinel -
office. 8-14-12tc

All Ready for the PicnicMANY FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Phone 716
one quarter mile from city 'limits; Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVERa poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Bldg
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly 6-9-tf 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I FOR RENT SURVEYING ARCHITECT
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you.
FOR REXT-Six room bungalow, Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
modern, close in. Call 305 East
New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS I Pine street. 8-15-Gtc PROMPT AND ACCURATE Florida.

FOR RENT-Lower flat, unfurnished.Five I WORK Member F. A. A.
COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.You rooms and bath; large closets; i
never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas fine porches; good neighborhood; everything -
HAL A. IRISH
I Range. And then if you wish to close the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire 8-17-3t* new. 703 I \V. Central. ,\
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. Civil Engineer

FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur-

Knox.nished flats and dwellings.. Jas.7-9-tf A. 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. 1-iii
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO WANTED Phone 72

LOAN WANTED-On new house;
GAS DEPARTMENT $2,500 or $3,000. Address B. B.,
care Sentinel. 8-17-3t* Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDEU
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OPTOMETRIST
.. .. FRESH SHELLED PECANS-Florida -I and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO,
raised, whole meat and fresh. FLORIDA
Call 37 West Church street. 8-17-3tc j TO FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
I Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
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I sell ,
I buy rent and excltange real t testat.
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over 30 years. Have handled over
20000000. Call and see me. I
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.FOR Cut Flowers
L Texaco

SCREENS, porch swings, lawn I
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES swings, and all kinds of carpenter and Plants
work Church, go street.to Tracy & Moore 7-25-lmoc, 18 East GasolineGravity


OCOEE, FLORIDAAll To reduce our stock as much as pos Test 68, the highest sold Floral Designs !
sible
by the 15th, will give a discountof
25 per cent. off our regular cash in Orlando.
price on any goods in store. Ham-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf :
.violet Dell Florist. ;

the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- Umbrellas recovered and repaired Coupon Book calling for 50 .
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest Shop. 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc gallons at 16 cents per gallon; J. M. CARUTHERS

RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB delivered to :your home in five Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. '
prices :: :: :: :: at time.
((5)) gallons one
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll .
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work guaranteed and neat- "
ly done. Our work is the best
Our always at
The rainy season is the best time to set and our prices are the lowest. wagons are your

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep This old clothes is the made place new.to have your service.w CLINT BASSPHONE .

one year's growth in advance of trees set Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit 375

next fall. dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit M. O. Dovell West Jefferson Street

pressed -------______40c Successor to
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

pressed ---_________50c & Son Hand Wood Company .

Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Wood of All Kinds

prices, to the above address We do ladies' work also. Giveus 106 Grace StreetPhone PROMPT SERVICE
a trial and be convinced. "
Clothes called for and delivered. 283-2 Rings REASONABLE PRICE

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i
Miss Sallie Taylor, the popular and
efficient nurse in the office of Dr. W.
C. Person, returned yesterday after- i
noon from a delightful visit to Hen-

dersonville, N. C.
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Travel in Panamaand How much did you save last monthin FOR EVERY "'j
cash or Savings Checks 8-12-tf
everywhere on American territory, is simplified' by "A.B.A."
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Mr. and Mrs. A. Kendrick, of 406
accepted like currency by Strangers, where a check or draft would
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These cheques Colonial Drive, left yesterday after- $10 A WEEK
ate aslf-identifyina. We recommend them to all who travel, for noon over the Atlantic Coast Line for I ,
business or pleasure. Jacksonville where they will make a

The State Bank of Orlando short visit and then take in severalof

the seaside resorts. YOU SPEND


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
kJ. 18-18-tf

County Judge Wm. Martin left last
evening over the Seaboard Air Line
for a visit to his old home in Eliza-

beth City, N. C. He expects to be absent YOU SAVE
from Orlando for the next five
weeks.


Guavas! Guavas! at the Orlando $10 A YEAR
Seed and Produce Co. 18-17-6tc

Judge M. C. Rerdell, a former
prominent citizen of Orlando, arrivedin
the city yesterday from Tampa in

his automobile, and contemplates '

spending business several and pleasure.days in this sectionon IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{


Specialty for today's dinner, Grape-
Nut Ice Cream. Hand Ice Cream Co.
18182tcMr.

Donald Lee left yesterday afternoon -

for Galbraith Springs, Tenn.,
where he will spend several weeks and

then go to points in Virginia where
he will spend the remainder of his va The Peoples National Bank

cation.

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


"ELDER" Spring WaterIS Mr. George E. Nolan, the popular '
cashier of the Orlando Bank and ,

Trust company, has returned from his

SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, vacation spent at his old home in 1"11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'111.11111.1 .111111111'1.III.IIIIIIIIIIIIII'.II'III.IIIIIIIIII.
Senoia, Ga. Mrs. Nolan and children
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD will not return for some time. .. . . ,. .1. & "Mlliiiilli*'


Phone WRIGHT 444 These hot, sweltering days a dish
of ice cream or sherbet is very refreshing -
-. Hand Ice Cream Co.
TRY Better TRY 18-18-2tc H SpecialOakland
IT BEST IT
Miss Freddie Scott, who has been
the attractive guest of Miss Elizabeth
I
Branham at her home on Lucerne
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felt
Circle, yesterday afternoon over
the Atlantic Coast Line for Birmingham RoadsterA

Ala.Deposit.

your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

you. 8-12-tf Bargain! ..

Miss Ethel Robertson, the accom- :
plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Robertson, who has been visitingin

Orlando for several weeks, left yes- $ 200
terday afternoon for Minneapolis,
Minn. She will stop for a while with
ANNOUNCEMENTThe relatives in Chicago.

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following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effec- Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

tive August 2, 1915: 18-18-tf | |
San Juan Garage Company
D. the
Mr. E. M. Perkins, merchant :
Ford Runabout ________$390.00
prince of Pine Castle, accompanied by
Ford Touring Car______ 440.00 .
his estimable family, was in Orlandofor Orlando Daytona
Ford Town Car ________ 610.00No several hours yesterday, leavingon -

the afternoon train for Selma, DISTRIBUTORSMMIMMMIIMIMMi
speedometer included in this year'sequipment
Tenn., where they will spend several'
otherwise cars fully equipped.
weeks.

There can be no assurance given againstan 'i'.II..I. . . . .HUHttlllllMM
advance in these prices at any time. Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
F. G. RUSH you. 8-12-tf 111111111'11111111"I

32 East Church Street Phone 226 Mr. A. E. Holmes, of the Bentley- Executor?
Your
Will Be
Grey Dry Goods company, arrived in Who I
Orlando yesterday afternoon and will I

spend several days in this section.Mr. .
Holmes formerly resided in this ANSWER NO. 2 j

city and has many friends who are Your estate may be materially impaired as a
pleased to see him. direct result of the appointment of an executoror
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trustee. 3 r
.'I"I'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi I Try a quart of lemon or pineapple I
individual is appointedThe :-
sherbet for dinner today. Deliveredto When an
your home, just at meal time, financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
s-
h packed, 40c. per quart. Hand's Ice
t Cream Co. 18-18-2tc is usually provided in wills that the person f
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
Mrs. J. P. Holbrook left yesterday from giving bonds.
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense -
AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs Line for Black Mountain, N. C., where <
of the estate, and then only partial secu- i
she will spend the remainder of the
summer. She was accompanied as rity against loss is provided.
far as Jacksonville by Mr. Holbrook, When a Trust Company is selected j I
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis
( a certain period in the lives of most of us when our who will return today with a Hupmobile The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility \\
which he will drive through. is secured.A \
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with
bond which has behind it the entire financial i
Diamonds.A .
Guests registering at the San Juan strength of the Institution is always filed with I
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of hotel yesterday included S. M. Jones, the Probate Court at nn mst to the estate.
Lakeland; C. W. Huggins, F. P.Town- ,
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. will subsequent issueof
Answer No. 3 appear m a
send, Tampa; F. H. Cook, W. M. Co
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? ble, C. E. Schible,J. E. Stewart, Chas. this newspaper. I

Doll, Jacksonville; A. O. Martin, F. J. 1

Gonzalez, Sanford; B. Walker, Chicago I Come in any time and freely ask for further t 4 1t
; C. C. Hudson, Daytona; Ed. L. 4 information on this vitally important subject. > 1

Greer, Oscar Selip, New York: ; R. E. ).: You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
f Carr, T. W. Tatfield, Tampa; C. P. t glad to advise. 1
T. H. EVANSJEWELER Tanner H.
Philadelphia; B. Grove, '
Atlanta; L. C. Kunze, Columbus, Ga. i
; The Orlando Bank & Trust Company !

DoctorsBiiekiiiastci' i,

& BrundageOSTEOPATHS Orlando, Florida '


Personal instruction under Dr. Still I Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00llllllllllrlllllllllllllllllllllllll ;

at Kirksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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