The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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90 DEAD DAMAGE IS OVER $20,000,000; 1




For TodayTallahassee Lee CountyMiami WAS AT-HEIGHT I,

DAMAGE GREATER THAN IN 1900 Fla., Aug. 18.-By Fla., Aug. 18.-Arrange- NEED NO OUTSIDE SAYS MAYOR i
agreement between counsel for government ments are being made for a conference -

Only Few of Larger Towns Yet and defense, the case of the at Tallahassee between the trustees Abundant
Supplies at Hand
Heard From-Days Before former against Walber Ortolph, who of the internal improvement ; |

was scheduled to have a preliminary fund and members of the Marco-Mi- Work of Caring for the

Full Reports Are hearing here yesterday afternoon onthe E By THE[ HURRICANE ami road and canal commission and Homeless Is Already

ReceivedTHE charge of endeavoring to secure representatives of the county commissioners -
information Under Way
regarding United States I of Lee county, the meeting
DEAD IN TIlE TEXAS STORM fortifications in the interest of the .
-- --- ------ to be held as soon as practicable after
German government, was postponed.The I Houston, Texas Aug. 18.-Wind tand
the return of Captain James F. Jau-
Galveston (estimated) .. .. ... 15 hearing was opened by United REPORTS TO WAR DEPARTMENT don, one of the three members of the rain raged for more than twenty- '

Texas City . ... .. ......... 10 States Commissioner McCord, and after 20,000 MINERS GIVE NEWS OF :arco-Miami[ commission, from a trip four hours, the gale reaching its

Virginia Point ... .. ... ... .. 25 hearing a plea of not guilty to the DISASTER of exploration into the Everglades. height at 3 o'clock Tuesday, when it

Laporte ... ... .. ... .... .. ... 7 charge by the defendant through his I From recent utterances of, some blew 92 miles an hour.

Lynchburg . .. .. .. ... ... .... 3 counsel it was decided to postpone the .members of the board of trustees of At this time 1,000 feet of the seawall

Houston ............. ... ....._. 3 hearing until Thursday, at an hour toe ON STRIKE ATPAGHUGA SUPPLIES WilL BE RUSHED AT ONCE the internal improvement fund, it is of the crashed in and before the buffeting ,
wall of
Port Arthur ... ......... .. .... 4 > named later. understood that they are of the opinion waters a great

Morgan's Point ... .... .......... 8 Ortolph appeared in the court room that Lee county is now entitled to water rushed upon the city of Galves-

Sylvan Beach .......... ....... 3 in company with his attorney attiredin General Bell Recommends Thata receive a certain amount of drainage ton. .

Hitchcock ...._........ .. .. .... 7 a nice new suit, cleanly shaven,and Transport Be Loaded at work, and persons here in touch with A breach of 25 feet was made directly '

Bellaire . .. .... ....... .... 2 presented a good appearance. the situation believe the chance has in front of the Galvez hotel
New York for Storm
and upon it the great waves broke, '
now come for Lee to secure state aid

Total .. .... .. ..... ... ... .. 90 JATTLESHIPS ARRIVE AT VERA LARGEST MINING CAMP IN Victims in connection with draining a large spreading terror among hundreds of
CRUZ refugees inside.
WORLD TIED UP BY CAR- Washington Aug.IS.-The deathof area of excellent land and with building But the foundations stood firm and r rthe ,
The reports received so far deal of the road from
a part Marco to
Vera Cruz, via Colon, Aug. .- RANZA AGENTS building withstood the '
with only the larger towns and cities ten soldiers and the total destruction liami. buffeting,
The Louisiana and New Hampshire i of the regular at although the lower floors were
and no news has been received from arrived here army camp A recent letter from the chamberof ,
the hundreds of little hamlets this afternoon. Texas City, Texas where the second wrecked. t
along Carranza's ENLIST MEN FOR FOREIGN SERVICEAn commerce commission to E. C. Wil- '
reply to Secretary Laning's division is located, has been reportedby During the height of the storm
the where
coast the loss of life has kinson, a member of the Lee board of
note is expected to be sent direct three fires raged in the business
telegrams to General Bell, notify- section J
been reported to have been heavy. county commissioners, to whom the
to Washington tomorrow. ing the war department today of the of the city and the firemen were i
Owing to the almost total lack of Englishman Just Arrived at board referred the question of arranging -
terrific damage which had been done helpless against the lashing of the ;
communication it is impossible to estimate MME. POINCAIRE VISITS HOSPITALS New Orleans Reports Ac- for the transstateroad,
the property loss, although i it by the hurricane and floods in the seeks to include the Lee road enthusiasts gale. j!
tivity of Mexican Galveston section. The heavy rains were all that saved
is believed to be even higher than in in the meeting at Tallahassee,
1900 when the damage at Galveston Paris.-Mme. Poincaire, wife of the First Chief General Bell recommended that a and advises Mr. Wilkinson of the sentiment the city from an unprecedented con- i

alone reached nearly $20,000,000. president of France, visited the Canadian transport be loaded at New York and prevailing among members of flagration. i

Reports from along the coast tell hospital maintained by the people New Orleans, Aug. 18.Twenty rushed to the stricken sections with the drainage commission toward Galveston is already preparing to

that numbers of bodies are being > cf Montreal and other cities. thousand miners have struck at Pa- supplies. lie said he would not use drainage in Lee county. take care of the homeless and Mayor I

washed ashore.It chuca, Mexico, the largest mining the army if it is not needed by the Fisher has announced that no outside 1

will be several days before all camp in the world, tying up seventeen population. aid will be needed.

points can be reached and the lossesin KEY WEST/ MRS OLD large mines and nine smaller ones, Texas City is the point where approximately THE BIG TAMPA CARNIVAL General Funston has taken over the ,

life and property be calculated. according to E. L. Denny, of London, 7,000 troops were en- military reins of Galveston with the

who arrived here from Pachuca today camped, 18 miles from Galveston, but troops of the fifth brigade, whose t

Troops Patrol Streets Many Organizations Join in the aboard the Wolvin liner from the Cityof General Bell says that communication Plans' Are Being ]Made for 1916 camp at Fort Crockett was practically

Plan to Make with the larger city, however, wiped out.Reports. *
Houston Tex, Aug. 18.-While] Merry on Mexico. South Florida Fair and
troops patrol the debris choked August 26, Centen Denny said: "Carranza agents has been cut off, and that reports sent Gasparilla Carnivalin tonight are that he is cooperating )

streets to keep off looters, Galveston, nial Day caused the huge strike by offering the by wireless from the army transport with Mayor Fisher and the
miners two dollars ufford to Houston have been relayed February citizens' committee and that ample |
a wrecked city, is tonight taking stock a day to enlist in

of her losses. Key West, Fla., Aug. 18.-Very encouraging the Carranza army with the provisionthat there. supplies are at hand although there I
The latest message to the war department Tampa, Fla, Aug. 18.-The SouthFlorida is a lack of fresh water.
The first word since the lower port so far are the they will have to fight only a
responses received at six o'clock to- Fair and Gasparilla carnival 1 *
was cut off Monday by a hurricane foreign foe. Craft in the harbor suffered heavy
which left a trail of bodies and wreck received from the invitations sent to night, General Bell says, believes that will be held in 1916, beginning in the damage, among them the United

military and civic organizations re- CARRANZA WILL REFUSE it will be impossible to establish rail- first week in States transport which 1
age along the Texas coast was re February and run either McCleyan\ ,
questing them to participate in the road connections with Galveston in grounded Pelican
on Island.
ceived here This
tonight. was broughtby five, eight or ten days, as may be decided -
a courier who left just as the pre big parade on Centennial day August Vera Cruz.-Indications are that less than a month. and Hundreds of small boats were overturned -
later the work of interest-
liminary reports of the damage were 26. General Carranza's answer to the The property damage in the flood and many have been blown I
coming in. Pan-American note will be a refusalto area is believed to be great but the nig those counties in South Florida high ashore. }

Among the first acceptances received in loss of life has been comparativelysmall. which have not already cast their lot For hundreds of miles around
He came to the mainland on a tug participate a peace conference. vessels '
boat. were from Captain E. E. Hay- He did not receive the not until to- with the fair will begin at once under have been torn from their moorings a

CAU other communication is at an den band, U.and S. from navy, marines and navy day. General Carranza it is believed, General Bell has gone to Houston to the direction of the secretary, A. L. before the fury of the storm until i

Captain Curtis E. will base his refusal on the fact that direct the relief measures for the "Pete" Allen who was elected at the the stretch of water between Galveston *

end.His story was that the city is piled Roreback in behalf,of U.the S. array who accepted he regards the conference as "unwar- swamped soldiers of the second di- meeting of the present directorate. Island and the mainland is a
coast I I
high with wreckage and the entire The naval militia, commanded bye ranted and meddling.. vision. The[ meeting was held in the board of veritable Sargasso. |

island is covered by the spew of th Lieutenant General Obregon today said he trade rooms. The entire city of Galveston has
storm, but it allayed the fears tha Commander Geo. B. Graham would not countenance a conferenceat SLATON SAYS HE PREFERRED The discussion regarding the incor been under water for three days and 1 '

Galveston had suffered a second dis the unanimously voted to turn out i in which General Carranza was not LYNCH LAW TO JUDICIAL poration of the Gasparilla Carnival nights and there is much fear of dis- k
parade and an acceptance from represented. MURDER OF FRANK with the fair was again brought ea se. >
aster in life such as that of 1900. the West up >
Key is
The causeway and sea wall, on confidently and Collins Gillett explained that the Army, state, civic and medical authorities -*
expected as soon as they return from
which Galveston spent millions of dol BRAZILIAN MINISTER ARRIVESNew San Francisco, Cal.-In an addressto expenses of the Gasparilla Carnival 1 are reported to be cooperating i
camp. the San Francisco center of the will not be paid by of the
lars to protect the new city saved her any money prevent plague.
unions and lodges have also California Civic League, Former Gov- subscribed in the tGovernor
In it Orleans, La.Representativesof various counties.
places and the
was away voted I Ferguson left Austin tonight -
to participate and list will be
a ernor Slaton declared he would ratherhave The
the United States landing of the Gasparilla Krewe,
flood swept into the city six and seven government the for Galveston to personally look
feet high, but the greater section o:f these published organizations.soon giving the names of state of Louisiana and the city of I I Frank hanged by a mob than by its parade, and coronation ball, explained into conditions and offer aid from the '

the masonry stood. New Orleans today welcomed Jose M. judicial mistake because "one reache Mr. Gillett, is a matter entirely state.
During the week it is expected that the soul of civilization the other
First Cardozo de Oliveria, Brazilian minister apart from this association, even
reports place the loss of lifeat all the The storm, as described by news
practically "
Galveston at about fifteen. and clubs of the to Mexico, and until recently the merely the body. as it has been apart from the lasttwo reaching here, was even more violent
city will have signi Mr. Slaton's address directed al carnivals.Secretary .
Fear engendered by reports this afternoon fied their representative of the American government : than the hurricane in 1900.
Willingness to join in thi most entirely to discussion of the '
that 500 bodies had been in the Mexican capital, upon Allen who is now i in
big event. I his Frank case and the lynching of Frankwas North Carolina, will return immediately A
arrival here
washed up on the beach near the city, from Vera Cruz, BOUT POSTPONED
have been allayed by the messenger' aboard the American gunboat Sacra delivered in the presence of a and take the field in the several

story. GOHARRIS WILL PUBLISH mento. The Sacramento arrived at majority of the members of the California counties which have not pledged theiractive
DETAILS New York.-The ten round bout bee -
the naval station here supreme court and other im support. In this he will b
At the time when he left report early today. tween Leach Cross( local lightweight
portant persons members of the aided by such members of the direc ,
had come to the mayor's headquarter Fitzgerald Ga.-Governor Nat E! league.In and Johnny Griffiths of Akron, 0., i
PROGRESSIVE WINTER torate as believe they can be of assistance t
had PARK
that 500 buildings been
totally Harris who has been postponed until next Thursday
came here early today to his address Mr. Slaton said -
ADVERTISES FOR STREET : as well as those boosters i in
destroyed. attend the annual reunion of Confed owing to Cross' slight illness.
PAVING "This has been such a lesson to each section as will offer their ser
erate Veterans, announced that he Georgia that I hope it will never oc vices. i

will return to Atlanta for the purposeof town in civilization. There
cur our
ActiveWashington The are con &
Spies of Winter Eastland Free
aiding the prison commission in an Park, Orlando's next door neighbor, ditions about the Frank case which BASEBALL RESULTS
investigation of the lynching; of Leo constitute
a tribute to the state o f
I determined not to lag behind in the
Aug. 18.-Evidence i n M."The Frank. I march of progress and has advertised Georgia. No wonder it is difficult to National League Chicago, Aug. 18.-The steamship I
people are entitled to all the for bids open the ears of Georgians to reason New York 4, Cincinnati 7.
possession of the government regarding for paving certain of her Eastland was formally released from
facts in the case, said the governor, j I They forget the identity of the of Brooklyn 0, Chicago 9..
| the of the
the activities of alleged Germa "and I principal thoroughfares. Mr. G. R custody United States gov-
propose see that they shall i J I fender in the magnitude of the of Boston 3, St. Louis 1.
[ Ramsey will give all interested ernment and turned over to its
ramifications of what i is have them." an own-
spies and the
fense. There were many good people, Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 8.
audience and What
acquaint any one inter ers today. disposition will be
claimed be illegal lie said that
propagandwhich !
to a thorough
inquirywill I who
good disagreed with
as as ,
m S American League
ested with all the particulars. made of the ship, which capsized
may overturn the policy of the be made. 1 I because, they said I set aside the ver Cleveland 3, Washington 0. three weeks
United: States wi ijl\l be carefully considered dict of and interfered with ago, drowning nearly
BOMB FOR VILLA a jury the Detroit 4, Philadelphia 1.
LEADER 1,000 has
persons, not been deter-
at the cabinet meeting Frida. WANT TO FIGHT MARINES I functions of a duly instituted court Chicago 5, Boston 3. mined.

It was learned today also that President i Nogales, Ariz.-Discovery late today of law, but when these people find out St. Louis-New York, rain. Marine construction.

Wilson who is conversant with Cape Haytien, Hayti.Another de-i j I of a bomb attached to a time fuses the truth of the Frank case their gen Federal League night submitted their experts last ;

some more important details, has tachment of American marines ha I,I in a room next to that of General Jose eral condemnation of me will turn t o Buffalo 3-3, Kansas City 2-2. District Cline.report to U. S.

called upon the heads of all of the departments been landed from the warships off thisport. I'I:Maytorena, Villa commander defend- general approval and they will know Baltimore 6, Chicago 0. Attorney

to submit to him at once a I ling Nogales, Sonora, across the bor- that I saved the state from a stain Pittsburgh 12, Brooklyn 5. MUCH INTEREST AT SAFETY

digest of all of the evidence or information The rebels have refused to disarm i, I'I der from here, resulted in the execu- which never could have been eradi Southern League HARBOR

which has ben so far o bend in some sections have expresseda tion of Captain Rojas, of Maytorena's cated." New Orleans 3, Memphis 0. j

tained. desire to fight the Americans. !I]I personal guard, and two other officers Chattanooga 9, Birmingham 9; 11 Safety Harbor Fla.-There is much < '

The president has already discussed The people of Cape Haytien are ]| of the Villa garrison. I II The new magazines for Septembe innings, darkness. interest in the $715,000 bond issue
. the subject with Secretaries7' greatly excited though no outbreak j I I The execution orders were issued by coming in daily. Come and see u s. I Little Rock-Atlanta, rain. election here, and it is generally!

I Gregory and Daniels. of any kind has taken place. '' Governor Maytorena, it is said. Curtis & O'Neal, book store. All scheduled. agreed that it will carry this section.


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others are skeptical about George Discovers Cure A. B. Cook & Co.
: ARCADE Smith. He's run on all kinds of
tracks, against all kinds of horses and
30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. !
under all kinds of weather conditions.And For CancerNew Bargain.

he's been beaten. That
ought to be proof that he's real racehorse
The Famous New York Sporting a Dealers in Real Estate, In-
Expert. but 111 go farther. I'll run him York, Aug. 16.-The Rockefeller -

tomorrow, and beat the field with Institute announced today throughthe vestments and Business Oppor-

I New York.-Race officials would im." Academy of Science at Washington tunities. -

help the sport immensely if they useda "0, that's not necessary, I like that a discovery by two of its investigators New house, 8 rooms and bath.

moving picture camera at the finishof horse and I'll buy him right now. whereby immunity from can-

all races. That would prevent the Make out the bill of sale and I'll cer, it is hoped, may be obtained. REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS Location perfect, 4 blocks from

BUTTER l\IIL\- possibility of error in judgment as to make out the check. The investigation was conducted by center of city, east side.

the winner and the money horses in And right there is where McBride Doctors James Murphy and John J.

Fresh Every Day. each race. made his $30,000 error. Instead of Morton over a period of two years. LOANS For quick sale $3000. Cash or

5c. per glass The racing game, both the trottingand accepting the proposition he an- They discovered that in the white MORTGAGES terms.

r 25c. per gallon running departments, is replete swered- lymph cells of the blood there are the BANK STOCKS

[, with instances where the spectatorshave "Let's put the sale through tomorrow necessary factors in making animals

,;. CREAM AND MILK disagreed with the judges in decisions night. I want George Smith under immune from cancer. A decided increase TIMBER

6 BUTTER : as to head or nose finishes. my colors tomorrow for the last of the white lyph cells gives BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -

'" In view of the fact that the public time. I want to run him against this absolute immunity, the physicians de- CARL DANN
Fresh Homemade OF ALL KINDS.
bets its money on the races and thatit classy field and demonstrate to all clare they ascertained.

SANDWICHESPIES is entitled to every bit of protec- that he's the greatest two-year old in The investigators treated several .

o AND CAKES tion possible, it seems that the racing the world. And if he doesn't win you I mice with a serum of lymphoid tissue

associations should use a motion pic- don't have to buy. and say the number of white lymph SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS '

ture camera so that in case of disputethe George Smith ran that race. He was ells in the animals almost doubled .

camera films be called upon to tell a favorite in the betting. And George within a few days. Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If

ARCADE MILK DEPOT the true story.A Smith, the hitherto unbeaten, finished not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem-

motion picture camera could pet a miserable sixth, finished behind a lot FLY OVER CONSTANTINOPLE ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS. '

the horses as they come into the ol horses that seemed of the selling London.-A dispatch to the Daily
stretch and them in News> from Athens :
carry along right platter variety comparison.Oh says here waiting for you. Prices right. 1have
across the finish line. It could be focused yes, the $30,000 sale is off.' "French and British aeroplanes
our -
AN UNSOLICITED LETTERWant squarely at the finish line so have flown over Constantinople. They
? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow-
that when the film is produced it threw bombs on Galata causing casu- ,
Indians have Jinx Chaser. ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pure
would show which horse ahead. Hies.
to compliment you for was The improved showing of the Indians chaser. 25c. packages and up.
During a recent race at Detroit Galata, on the north side of the .
the excellent work you have done is due largely to the fact that
there were two finishes so close that Golden Horn near Seraglio Point, is
for me. they are now equipped with one ofthe Orlando Seed & Produce Co. *
i the judges decided to wait until the Constantinople's largest suburb, and
Have been coming to Florida best little jinx chasers in baseball -
pictures were developed which'a pho- contains the customs house. The inhabitants Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co. f
for 30 years and have had work in the person of a youth named
took. However those before the war were mainly
tographer pictures PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERYMttMllttlinHMMMiilllMillMMIIMUIitltM
done from Jacksonville to Key Southworth, an outfielder and pinch .
snapshot affairs and European Christians.PROPOSAL .
West, St. Augustine to Pensacola were theydidn't hitter, recently secured from the bushes. I 1
help much because it is almost
and I can truthfully say I .
impossible for to FOR STREET PAVINGThe
a snapping camera "
have never had such excellent Southworth performs more jinx l l44B.g
the horse the fraction of the
get on
work done for me, as you have chasing tactics than any player since Town of Winter Park invites ,
second that the winner the
done. The proprietors of the crosses the days of Josh Devore. lie's as sealed proposals, until noon on Monday ,, I>
laundries of Jacksonville and finish line. The snap camera usually superstitious as George Stallins and September 20th, 1915, for paving
the horses fraction before certain in said ReductionIN
gets a or streets town. Proposals ;
Tampa, not to speak of smaller he never misses a chance to jinx the
brick to be made '
a fraction after the finish line is requested on paving
places, can come to your place opposition. in accordance with plans and specifications :
and learn how to do work. The crossed; and so a snapshot picture Whenever he goes to the bat he in office of Orange County ,
isn't of much value in enabling the load Engineer, Mr. Ramsey, at Orlando GROCERIES : !
people of Orlando can justly feel spits on his bat. He claims that
to arrive decision. Fla.Proposals.
judges at
a delayed
proud of their Steam Laundry. will bring a Jrit. If he'a on :the for concrete paving tobe A
But movie would turn
a camera
(Name on application.) the caching lines and a batter steps up made in accordance with plans, a :
trick. to the plate in a pinch, Southworth specifications on file in the office of A

rushes to the plate, takes the bat out the Clerk of the Town of Winter Read these prices and be ;
Park. Streets to be paved are New
Jawn McGraw, boss of the Giants,
Orlando of the batter's hands, spits on it, England Ave., from East Park Ave.,
has busted into the public prints makes a few mystic signs over it east to Chase Ave; Interlachen Ave. convinced *

again, this time with an article which and then hands it back. north from New England Ave. to
Steam Laundry tells the gentle readers that "the National 'ulsifer Circle; Pulsifer Circle northto
Southworth believes that crossed Webster Ave.; Webster Ave. from COFFEE, 5 pounds for . . . . '. . .$1.00 t
League has double-headed us fingers on his part will cause the opposition Old England: Ave. to Georgia Ave.,
FRENCH LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS to'death this season." pitcher to issue a base on on all of which paving shall be fifteen FANCY IRISH POTATOES, per peck, . . . .23; c ,t.

., Jawn asserts that his team has balls. If Southworth stands on one feet wide. On the Boulevard from WHEAT FLAKES, 3 packages for. . . . .25c
PHONE 88 East Park Ave. to Interlachen Ave., .
bumped doubleheaderson
the so many foot, after one of his teammates getson north half to be nine feet wide, and CORN, 3 cans for . . . .,. . . . .25c a.
Western swing largely becausethe the bases, that man will score pro- south half also nine feet wide. Time

National League wants to compete vided Southworth can stand on that shall be the essence of this contract.All NEW YORK FULL CREAM CHEESE
with the Federal League, and adds: foot long enough. bids must be accompanied by a a
certified check payable to the Town of
Get Behind a "In my opinion, that is bad business." The kid may never develop into aTy Winter Park for an amount equal to
| Make:Our Grocery Your Grocery'Our : :
What peeved John mostly was the Cobb, but the fans consider him ten per cent of the bid as a guarantee .

I fact that he was forced to send his worth the price of admission as a of good faith for the performance of
; CVeuh4rnv i the contract. Council reserves the
men into a double-header in St. Louison
side issue of the straight base-
away right to reject any and all bids. Bid-
and enjoy a really cool dry. tweet I a recent Sunday. all. And furthermore, the New I ders on concrete paving shall state
smoke. The Wellington Pipe wont "The Monday game was moved up York fans who saw him in action here what extra price per square yard they Grocery Company
boil wont get foul. and became a part of Sunday's dou- were delighted with his "pep" and his will charge if top two inches of paving .
be made 1 sand and 1 cement -
MaJ In ble-header," said McGraw. "This was enthusiasm part part Two Phones 3 and 200
America and they're hoping they'llsee instead of two parts sand tone :
done in order to compete with the a lot more of him. part cement.
Come and
pxkyourUvonte h Feds. This put us in bad shape be- PERCY DALE, Clerk 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

25c.Sc.tape.mac.ap.ISayAE. cause I had only one pitcher in shapeto August 18th, 1915.
work on Sunday." CROSS Call for bids for a grouted Vitrified 1111"1"11"1111"11111'1'1"1"1'1' "
-0- Brick Road according to specifications
filed in the County Enginer's office.
Admits Mathewson Is
SlippingFor Berlin.Max Gebhardt, a pupil of This road is to be of the same length
the first time since Christy the "gymnasium" (high school) of and width and over the same groundas
Mathewson joined the Giants, Mc- that in the bids for the cement
: Valdshut, Baden, is probably the only
Graw admits that the old war horse is school boy in Germany who wears the road. CAREYHANDFUNERAL .

slipping."lie much coveted iron his
cross on youthful -
hasn't the stuff he used to FOR SALE !
You want to see this new breast. Last December he volunteered -

carry," says McGraw. "The hop on although he was not yet sixteen SCREENS WHAT AM DIRECTORAND

package Spider is introducing to his fast ball has disappeared, and years old. As he is a sturdy SCREENS

Matty's left arm and shoulder are
the market-its the swellest strapping young fellow he was accepted BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. EMBALMERAll
troubling him. The doctors who have
and attached to ski
a companyin John W. Pounds Agent
thing out in the way of little examined him diagnose the ailmentas the Vosges mountains. In May, Box 703

anything from neuritis to house- during battle with French
a Alpine
Cigars. maid's knee. calls answered
chasseurs, he so distinguished himself Promptly Dayor

See him at the "The slipping of Matty is a blowto by his bravery that he was decorated

us-and a blow to me. I always Shortly afterwards he was badly What do Night. Hand Block.

knew in the past that when we need- wounded and his you
military career cameo

f ed a game Matty could go out and get an end. Last week, after his dis- 1 hope for in a Orlando Florida.
Good and Bad it for us. He never failed me in charge from the hospital, he returned .

years gone by. And now, that he home to his interrupted studies. varnish ? PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
isn't in shape, that he isn't able to
win with the regularity of old, there .RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT SAID TO I

Avenue comes a big vacuum-a hole that CONSIDER MOVING TO
never may be filled."

New York.-Thirty thousand dol- Berlin.-According to Petrograd
The Orlando Meat
. lars is what it cost an owner because papers just arrived here the Russian

Summer Excursion he had supreme confidence in his race government is seriously considering U TROV44RYJSHES

horse. the.removal of its seat to Moscow or A. YANCY, Manager

Eddie McBride is the owner and some other large city in the interiorof

two-year-old George Smith is the the empire. This step may be Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Rates horse that figures in this story. taken, if Riga falls into the hands of Florida and Western Meats

l George Smith went to the SaratogaN. the Germans The minister of justice, .

VIA ( Y.) track with an unbeaten rec- Shtcheglowitow, has submitted the Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
ord. There was much speculation as plan to the Czar, but the ruler does When you buy varnish for your

; I to the value of the horse. not favor it, as he considers attackon floors you hope that it will improvethe
Atlantic Coast Line Finally an appearance of those floors and Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
, McBride put a valuation of $30,000on his capital highly improbable, and that it will be durable. i

him. does not believe that the unrest of: Unfortunately much that is sold for PHONES / Business (135 P. 0. BOX 226

Standard Railroad of the South "Any one who wants to pay me the Socialist working classes will leadto floor varnish won't realize that hope I Residence (133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

that price can have him," asserted serious uprisings.RACKARD'S for you.Lawson's.

! FROM ORLANDO McBride. Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
a wonderful.deep lustrous finish. It is ,
l $10.70. . . New York I John Sanford, the millionaire, who PRESSING CLUB easily applied because it works easily. It -
is unequalled for durability and will not IIIIIII"II"lllllllllr"II'IIIIII"II"'I'311111'BREAKERS -
$40.70 . . Philadelphia has a string of speedy horses, be- scratch white. It dries absolutely dust-

i 37.70 . . .Washington came interested in the George Smith Located in the Arcade BuildingAll free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets HOTEL

r $38.70 _. . Cincinnati horse and looked him over, the
, 19.20 . . . Chicago before George Smith was to run his ly done. Our work is the best capacity that is wonderful. DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA ,

t $13"' :) . . . St. Louis first Saratoga race-the Sanford and our prices are the lowest. Try Varnish out at a our case risk of,returnable Lustro Elastic if unsaus-Floor Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy.

. 61.30 . . . Denver :Memorial stake. This is the place to have your water in
Hot and running every room
0 $93.20: . . San Francisco "You want $30,000 for him now, old clothes made new. factory.Made by Valentine & Co.
Excursion rates to various but how much will you want if he Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .

points furnished on application.Sold wins tomorrow's race?" asked San- dry cleaned, pressed___60c. Manufacturers of Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to '

' daily until September 30th. ford. Suit pressed ------_______40c. VALSPAR and $10 per week, American Plan.
Limit October 31st.StopOvers "lie's yours for $30,000 now or All Palm Beaches scrubbedand VAL-ENAMEL New Bath House Free to Guests

after the race," said McBride.a pressed __
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Fast Trains -----
: Steel Pulmans Dining Cars Sanford hesitated for a mOment, Mohair suits pressed -_____25c. S S Prop
and McBride taking the hesitancy to rll'IIIIIIIII"I "
All to bs had at .
For Information
Call on mean that Sanford wasn't sure about We do ladies' work also. Giveus

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. the qualities of the horse, burst out a trial and be convinced. FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A with:- Clothes called for and delivered. STORE Sentinel Want Ads Get Resultsr I

Orlando "I believe you're skeptical, and Phone 613. Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.

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Pine Castle, Fla., Aug. 17--Mi', SIDELIGHTSBy HOLD UP HIS UNCLE OCALA i I -
J. B. Smith returned Thursday from Mrs. Almera Hill and grandaughter, 1
the world
... Chicago where he had been for a few W. S. Branch.A Ocala, Fla.-Considerable excite- : Ocala, Fla.-Homer Dean, well Isabella, were Sunday guests of Mr. more months it will war bankrupt continues the many nations -
days on a business trip. lie reports ment was caused here by the attemptof I, known and Mrs. J. H. Kenster.
throughout this section of the engaged in the great struggle.
the weather very cool there, but Chi- Robert Martin to shoot his uncle, 'I t Lyman Bowman is working on a i
wealthy Chicago man died and state, having been policeman in several Its cost thus far is tremendous, and
cago decidedly busy. John R. Martin. The two men met I cities sidewalk job with Cris Holdorf at
left several thousand dollars for the and convict guard in vari- each of the countries already is stag-
Mr. Xlton Sphaler left Tuesday for support of his pet canine. on the street and Robert Martin demanded ous camps, was shot and killed Satur-i Winter Park, going up in the morning gering under the expense incident to :
Gaston, S. C. "Let Hercules himself do what he a large sum of money, sayinghe day night by Grover Cribbs at Cribbs'home and returning at night in his au supplying their armies with food,
Mr. K. A. Williams of Lakeland, would shoot the older then
to. :
may, near Romeo, 18 miles west of clothing and ammunitions. With the
and Mrs. M. D. Wilson, of Kissimmee, and there if he did
not the
The cat will mew, and dog will have get money. j Otto thought he ought to buy an flower of the manhood gone and with
were guests of Pine Crest hotel dur- his day." John Martin tried to pacify the here.Dean was at Cribbs' home when the :auto, so Otto bought an outo, but the each nation heavily indebted the future .:

ing the week. -and with this particular dog every younger ,man and finally asked him two men had words over something i'auto did not work as Otto thoughtthe of the European belligerents is 4
Miss Beulah Storer, of Eustis, left day ought to begin with sirloin steak to go to the bank with him to get the and Cribbs went in the house and got auto ought to, so Otto took the not at all bright. 1 1

for her home Sunday after a visit and end with friend chicken.0 money that was demanded. Just be- his shotgun. Coming out he pulled on j i auto to the auto man and told him England possibly will be better able i ito
with the Misses Slough. fore reaching the bank they met a Dean and shot him dead. lie escaped he I ought to take back the auto. Do stand this expense than any of ;

Miss May Hartmein, of Taft, and j I Frank's crime was heinous if he friend of John Martin's, who, not lik- I after the shooting and has not been you think he ought to take the auto, the others, although it is generally

Misses Arvella and Hester Hobson of I was guilty, but the crime of every ing the looks of things, stopped them. !captured. I(or i make Otto keep the auto, and make presumed that she is now being com-
Orlando, are guests of Mrs. Eliza member of the mob that hung him Robert Martin tried to draw his gun I Dean had a reputation as a gun I Sphaler.Mr. I was far more heinous, and it's results but John Martin and the friend grap- I man. Cribbs was a woods rider for ought to? i as well as to supply them with war 1

and Mrs. Wm. Wigman gave a for evil will be a hundred times worse pled with him and took it away from A. O. Brewer. J. H. Kenster, A. J. Richardson and munitions, but even England in a few J
party Tuesday evening for the young than the him after a struggle in which the pistol -
original wrongscan O. L. Quigley were among our representatives month will feel the strain.
folks of the village. An enjoyable not possibly make a right, but was discharged but without doing YOUNG WOMAN DROWNED AT at the county seat on Mon-. Germany's war credits, including a
time was had by the many who were they often lead to many more wrongs. harm to any one. Young Martin was PANAMA CITY 1 I recent appropriation of $2,5000,000000 ,- :
disarmed and taken to the
present. -o-- county now reach the enormous total 1
Neal and
Mrs. C. H. Hoffner entertained her Tampa has had a half hour strike jail. This is his second attack on his Pensacola, Fla.-A report from I I family on of $5,000,000,000. France has
Monday to a place a few miles east
Sunday school class in the parish put on their big court house clock, uncle, the first occurring some years Panama City states that one young of Orlando, where Will is working in (voted a sum somewhat in excess of

house Monday evening. Music, games "Hortense." Personally we are rather ago. woman was drowned and two were la I saw mill. I even this staggering amount, for $5-
and refreshments were heartily enjoyed glad that our big clock "Margaret"does brought to life after heroic work by 100,000,000. England up to last No- ,
not strike the half hour. If you SALVATION ARMY OUTING citizens. The girls, from all accounts, I I H. H. Childs was a business callerin vember had expended $1,650,000,000, sand
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tice, of Taft, I are awake in the night and hear it were bathing and were either caughtin Orlando Friday. to this was recently added an- t
spent Sunday with Mr. and Brs. Buck- strike it is always a puzzle to know Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 16.-The the strong undertow or else ven- J. O. Collins transacted. business in other appropriation of $5,000,000,000.A.. J
ley, on Lake Conway. annual outing of the Salvation Army tured out too far. All Orlando Saturday.A.
whether it is striking for one o'clock, were unconscious There is no estimating the amount
Mrs. J. A. Wilkes entertained Tues- half past one, or two. You lie and will be held at Pablo Beach Wednes- when found and the efforts at J. Richardson and family visited I necessary for Russia, Turkey, Serbia, ,
day with a party in honor of her wonder which it is, and finally get day when between five and six hun- resuscitation failed in one instance. Mr. and Mrs. Hobson on Sunday. Italy and other countries to prosecute J

son, Parker Wilkes', sixth birthday up and turn on the light, fish your dred poor people of this city will be The names of the girls are yet unknown Herbert Tice and Family spent the war but the expenses must be :
anniversary. Many little folks were watch out of your pocket and look, given a good time at the seaside re here.NOTES Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. enormous.Of 1
present. The great birthday cake was and possibly find that it is only 9:30 sort. Captain! George Paxton has R. Brickley on Lake Conway near course all these vast amounts !

the feature of most interest.Mr. and you have only been in bed halfan made arrangements for the outing on FROM WINDERMERE Pine Castle. right now are chiefly credits. They :4
and Mrs. E. D. M. Perkins and hour. It may be all right for a large scale and declared this morn- are to be paid in the future, and gen- '

their family of four children left Tampa where none of them go to bed ing that there will be plenty to eat Windermere, Fla., Aug. 17.-Mr. NEW COUNTY OF BROWARD TO erations yet to be born will be pay- s
Tuesday for a visit in Selmer, Tenn., until two or three o'clock in the morn- and enough refreshments for all. George Davis spent several days in VOTE ON BONDS ing these war debts and wonderingwhy
Mr. Perkins' old home place. ing and then are so dead tired that These outings are looked forward to Tampa last week. their ancestors engaged in a war
Rev. E. T. Poulson preached in the they would not hear an earthquake.But by the poor of the city each year and I I! that practically bankrupted every .
Miss Ruth Pansing, who has been Miami Fla.-Broward will
prove a great relief to those who are I county
Baptist church Sunday afternoon an up here where we live temperately country engaged.-Pensacola Journal. ,
not able to indulge in the pleasures spending the summer in Jacksonvillewith have its road bond election for the
excellent sermon. Mrs. Poulson and the half hour strike would be onlyan I I
( her sister, Mrs. Carl Tegder, has
of the beach.
daughter, Janet, came to the service. annoyance. I returned home. issuance of $150,000 bonds the latter RECEIVERSHIP ASKED 1
Rev. King D. Jones will preach in -- part of September, the exact date to
Union Chapel Sunday, August 22, Chief Goose, a famous old time NEW PENSACOLA ROAD TO Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and family [be fixed by the Dade county commis- St. Louis, .-A petition for a receivership -
morning and evening.Mr. member of the Sioux tribe of Indians SPEND MUCH ON RAILS of Orlando, were entertained at sioners at a special meeting to be held for the Missouri Pacific- 1
and Mrs. John Wilson had a died in South Dakota last week. Chief dinner by Miss Elizameth Palmer next Saturday.The Iron Mountain
railyway system was
little son come to their home Friday Goose was one of the few Siouxs who Pensacola, Fla.-Almost $200,000 last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. petition for the election has filed late in federal
today court here
evening. Dr. D. C. Roney in attend was always loyal to the U. S. gov- worth of steel rail has been purchased i Palmer were also her guests. been presented to commissioners of by attorneys for the Commonwealth j
ernment. lIe was a rtusted scout and by the Gulf, Florida & Alabama rail- I' Brick is being hauled for the new Dade county, accepted and placed on Steel of .
ance.Dr. company, St. Louis, which i
and Mrs. D. C. Roney are now guide for Gen. Miles and Gen. Cus- road from parties in Chicago, accord- j j residence of Mr. Wm. H. Pansing, to record. It was stated that this is claims to be creditor of the railroadto
established in their home on Division ter, and accomplished much valuable ing to information secured last night. ,be erected at once, and for Dr. O. C. done in order to gain time, rather the extent of $55,000 for rolling )
street. The doctor has been very work for them during the Indian The rail is for immediate delivery and Standish, of Wauseon, Ohio, who will than wait until Broward county is or- stock and other railway supplies.
busy since coming here. His recent the Indian wars. His body was car- will be used in the extension of the .build this fall. ganized. Only those living in the territory -

patients, who are all improving, ried overland over the old Custer trail road from Broughton, the present I :Miss Nora James, Miss Edna Hyer, embraced in the new county of PAY ABNORMAL PRICES
have been Mr. Paul Macy sick with and buried near the last resting placeof northern terminus, to the point near j,Dr. H. J. Bosse, of Orlando, and Dr. I Broward will vote on the proposition.

inflammatory rheumatism; Mrs. Eu- the crafty and cruel old Sitting Pineapple, Ala., where the deep water |Lott, of Atlanta, were guests at the The bond issue proposed for Brow- Paris.-A dispatch to the Havas
gene Blum, abeess of gum, lanced and Bull. route will connect with the Southern. !i'j'home of Mr. J. C. Palmer last Thurs- I I ard county is for the purpose of build- News Agency filed at Bucharest Sat-

two teeth extracted; Master Lindsey --0-- day. ing its part of the highway from Fort urday says that Austrian and German
Perkins, blood poisoning of hand from If wish to help Orlando don'tbe A REAL NECESSITY I
you I I Mr. D. C. Warner, representing the Lauderdale along the bank of the agents at points along the Roumanian
cat scratch. the man to put sit in city. No individual with anything to sell i,Tampa Hardware company, and Mr. canal to connect with the proposedroad frontier are paying three times the

The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society will or trade can successfully find a buyeror I,Harry Goodrich, of Chas. Morehouse, into the Everglades to lead out normal prices for wheat, hay, flax,
give a supper Saturday night at the The hired girl has went-she was trader without the aid of the Sentinel !Tampa called upon the trade :Monday. from Miami along the Miami canal. peas and beans exported from Rou- ._
home of C. V. Tanner. A regular hired, she was tired, she was fired; want ads. Remember that its mania. This is the result of heavy ,

supper for 25 cents, and cake and ice but smile-you can get another by circulation represents five-sixths of I I Read the Morning Sentinel for the Advertise in the Morning Sentinel export taxes which amount to $80 to
cream will also be sold. using our want ad. column. the Orlando I
community. news. lOc. a week delivered. and get results. 200 on a car load. :

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1 How to Secure These fall" gooods are arriving daily,

} -2' Medallions Free and naturally we are desirous of selling ; J Ja

When you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you can secure a Medallion' Ticket ,
from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check to Medallion Department, on Main Floor, all our Spring and Summer Stock so we : 1
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
your original picture unharmed. give our customers the benefit of this a J.
Columbia Medallians are made in three styles and each style in gloss or dull finish.

Water ColorThis wonderful HALF PRICE SALE. 4

Carbon I Scpia style produces with These $5.00Columbia satisfaction -f
This style has the beau- This is the beautiful marvelous exactness the We realize that your is our "suc- i
I flesh tints, color of hair
tiful soft tone and deeo brown color so much loved and eyes, as well as those I Medallionsare cess and that no success can be built on misrep- I t 1
: effect of a fine enjrravinjr. I by the old masters, havingall of the costume. Should about double the size ,
producing the high lights the clearness and fine you wish life colors, hand. resentation. Don't delay! Come today1 Sale will
and shadows to perfection. tone of an etching. painted, each color burntin of illustration. A i
I a charge of 25c. is
made. only last a few days. Bargain upon bargain 4 .

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These beautiful Photo Medallions are the most.artistic portraits ever produce They are mounted on { 4
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 fineporcelain Yowell-Duckworth Co.Olrando's :
hand painting. They are worth $;).00 each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute Fac-Sim- &
die 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 Store Did It" :
I; here set forth, will be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Price Largest "Quality i iIMIIIIIMMim
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South Florida Sentinel GENERAL.We .
superintendent of employment I
.:. always thought that Bob Holly
t.: MORNING AND WEEKLY agencies in Illinois reports a shortI I
ftII1=. GLENN ...,...." ..',-.,...Editor had more sympathy in his kindly soul of labor and looks for :
common a
W. C. ESSINCTON .BmineM Manager in his editorial '.
l than was expressed I
serious situation in the labor market '
Entered at the pootoffiee at Orlando. FlorIda comment on the letter written to him within a few weeks. He sees things T .-1**! .
at Second Clue Mail Matter.
by Ex-Governor Gilchrist; especially. as they are seen by employers and I

;i' Dall 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES.......... $5.00 since the said letter contained a check employment agencies the country :
It Dally 6 Mootht .....................: 2.60 for $5. But Bob simply tucks the over and predicted some months since I
Daily. S Month ...................... 1.25
those who could let
Daily. 1 Month ...,,.,................ .60 General's "five spot" away in his by politics I
: Weekly 1 Year ...................... '1-00 jeans, and cruelly remarks that the long enough to consider important' af- I 'HAPPYWEEK' H'
ex-governor's name will incidentallybe
The in has taken of I
i ADVANCETO mentioned among the also rans- war Europe out
::.. ADVERTISERS: in the race of the United States sen- this country men who felt the callback I
atorship in Holly's Sanford Herald. to the field of battle. Not as ,
Copy for display and all other "n -Ht '
Sfc' Tcrtiainr ...< lie hande ia at the .business General Gilchrist made a good gov- many have gone back to fight as were '
I"!. .the ffico day of before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rate 2 applies p. J*. ernor-under his own hat-and he is expected at the outbreak of hostilities ii' Is With Us-Join In the Happy Throng \
f- to chance for contract advertising: it u entitled to the honor and respect due to hear the call to arms, but the num- ,
variable and will be strictly adhered to.If ber that did has do
E who has held that high of- go something to '
any man I Put dull aside make life worth Low
care living-and-incidently take advantage of Mid-Summer ;
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel dfcconT fice. As an ex-governor he is also a with a shortage of unskilled labor.
\ dnned should notify the office in writing on Price fascinations.
Then there is the revival of businessin
the date of expiration otherwise it will bet success, and we regret to see him line
continued at the regular subscription ra&ea.l. up with the also rans in the present pretty much every line to call for ,

F- Telephone IH1til"ooUce Namb-r to stop .is...received................... J* interesting senatorial race. We do more help. Some of this revival is '
t. I not believe that he is cut out for a due to the demands of foreign nations Come! Save!! And Be Happy!!!

f TJlL' SD.\. AUGUST 19, 191;). I I I United States senator, especially at a for supplies of one kind and another '
F I which must be had here because theycan _
t time when the people are demanding .I IJ'
t A hero is a person who does one I I that more business men be sent to the not be produced there at this
I. thing so well that people notice it, 'national congress. Figuring it on time, but there is growing demand .
t while every day others do things this basis, however, we would say that and greater confidence here at home. I i I
equally as heroic but do not know how the General is just as deserving of the The harvests promise much and that I
t. to advertise. office which he seeks as are several of means business for the railroad and I
o the other candidates whom we might many other interests that have been : .
f 'There will not be as many fine cattle mention. preparing to take care of what has :
t shown at the county fairs this fallI Have a heart, Bob, for the also been coming in increased volume and / For the Wee Tot
as heretofore, for various reasons, but rans. Ihere will be a lot of them for is yet to come in much larger volume. : I
the fakirs will provide the usual you to mention, incidentally, after the It's a condition that confronts the I : I Dainty Lingerie Dresses, Wash Dresses, Vestees,

course in "live stock" exhibitions.o June primaries next year. We are industrial interests today, one that \1 Slips, Sweaters, Suits, Caps, Bonnets, etc.
I -o going to keep behind the Wall and the politicians back of special privi- : \ 'Y
Columbia State says if you play safe.-Melbourne Times. lege couldn't believe possible in other : It + AT SUCH BIG REDUCTIONS THAT WILL MEAN .
wonder why the "printer's plea is for Don't worry about the General, than times under stand-pat rule. The : \N'. A REFUND OF FROM 15c. TO 33c.; ON EVERY
peace" just sit down before a linotypeand Stanley. He is well able to take care problem of the unemployed is not DOLLAR YOU SPEND.
set up, day in and day out, a few of himself and we understand each with us today; it is the problem of :
columns of those Polish and Russian other. What may seem crud to you getting the workers, who must profit :
names. is just our slap on the wrist for the from the situation.-Marion (Ohio) :

o General after he tried to belittle the Leader-Tribune. ..
A Harvard professor says mental influence of the newspapers, and we .
proficiency reaches its highest efficiency just want to show him that wihtoutthe WARSAW TilE UNFORTUNATEThe :

at the age of twenty-nine, that support of the newspapers he will ..
the time when the elected. The fall of "Warsaw the Beautiful"is
being average I never be Bryan primarylaw :
youth gives up the attempt to raise a gives the candidates the chanceto just one more change in the for- For That Live Wire Girl 1
mustache. take a page in a state magazine tunes of a city which has been the : S
--o- published in Tallahassee at $100 a center of tribulation at various inter- : of YoursSchool
The old fashioned woman who pre- page which is never read, and yet the vals of time for centuries. For over :
served watermelon rinds and sent a candidates seem to think they can not five hundred years it was the seat of Dresses and Rompers, Middy Blouses, Gauze '

jar to her favorite editor has a daughter patronize the newspapers. The press an unbroken Muscovian dynasty. The : Underwear, Fancy Ribbons, Hosiery, Corsets, Boots and
who is making a whale of a rec- gang is naturally strong for Senator line became extinct and it was an- : Shoes.
ord in canning things for the tomato Bryan who tries to take the patronage nexed to Poland, being made the cap- :
club.-Pensacola News. away from the newspapers, and ital in 15CO by Sigismund Augustus. ALL REDUCED, MEANING A SAVING TO YOU OF
o I the General who states that there is A magnificent marble shaft erected : FROM 15c. TO 30c. ON EVERY DOLLAR. -
With $2,006,399,539 in gold, cash little to be gained by the state papers in his honor in 1644 still stands in the :
and bullion, in the United States on I advertising the candidates, but we palace square. The Great Elector of :
August 2, this nation has accumulatedthe shall see.-Sanford Herald. Brandenburg and Charles Gustavus of .
greatest stock of gold of any nation o Sweden captured the city in 1656. The :
on earth.and perhaps as much as Editor Matthews of the Raiford Poles won it back but immediately :
any two other nations now possess. Tribune is miffed at George Wash relost and recaptured it. Crushed For That Perpetual Motion
o Adams of the Zolfo Truth and saidso. again by the Swedes early in the : '
The current issue of the Manufac-I Adams remarked that if he didn't eighteenth century it attained once : Son of Yours '
turers Record devotes a like it he could do the other thing. more to independence after peace was .
half to good roads work in Orange I I Matthews said he would be in Zolfo declared. "Right Posture" Clothing, Rompers, Cast Iron
county. Old Orange deserves the ad- !:on the 3rd day of September, and G. From the time of Augustus III.'s : \ Shirtings, Hosiery that wears like leather, low Shoes
vertisement for the example she is i Wash replies that he knows where the death to 1906 the city has been the : a
made to Hats
wear, Caps and Ties.
setting her sister counties.-Tampa I Truth office is and that he will be center of uprisings and insurrections.
Times. there. All of which means that Adams During the first of these the partition : AT REDUCTIONS THAT MEAN REFUNDS TO

o I and Matthews will take a bottle of Poland came. After the third partition : YOU OF FROM 20c. TO 40c. ON EVERY DOLLAR
An Atlanta athlete'overpowered an I I of coco-cola and talk it over in the in 1795 Warsaw was in the pos- : YOU SPEND.
assailant after having been shot i, back room and the expected bloodshed session of her present conquerors, the
through the body, and disarmed him, will not take place unless Adams killsa Prussians, who, however, relinquished :
after which he proceeded to depart I chicken for the dinner.SanfordHerald. it in the treaty of 1807. Six years : '
this l life. Perhaps there is a lesson later and again in 1831 the city was : Happy Week will be just what its name portends-a week of merriment, jovialty,
to all young men that they ought to I o crushed by the Russians and remained I joy The atmosphere of our store will be surcharged with the electricity of happiness ; .

become athletes, but probably the real When notified past the hour of mid- under Cossack domination. : -and we are going to pleasantly shock every visitor with the lowness of prices.
lesson is that one should keep out ofa night of the lynching of Frank, the

card game which is liable to bring I governor of Georgia declared he was Perry Wall, candidate for the For the Coy Maidenof
about such a conflict.-Miami Herald. not only shocked but that he was also United States senate to succeed N. P. :

I grieved. There is little doubt but that Bryan, is developing into one of the : Sweet Sixteenor
Editor Adams, of the Zolfo Truth, this is' a condition of mind that pre- swiftest and possibly the strongestman
does not seem in the least perturbed I vails very largely throughout the in the race. It is said by Mr, : ( thereabouts)
about the rapid approach of the "third I. state. In the calm judgment of the Wall's friends that he is enjoying the :
Sunday in September," when the Rai- people mob violence is never considered novelty and pleasure of the campaign : Dainty Summer Dresses, charming fabrics, beau-

ford editor is going to descend upon justifiable in this enlightenedday. as much as a young couple does an tiful Laces, Middy Blouses, Evening Gowns, the
his sanctum to "make it a personal .-Tampa Times.In unmolested honeymoon. Lakeland : very latest in footwear; unexcelled Hosiery, Sum-
matter." Adams has an abundance o Star. :
I mer Silks, distinctive Underwear, etc., etc. y
of time to dig his trenches, throw up a letter to the Sentinel from o

his breastworks, lay in a supply of I Chautauqua, N. Y,. Mr. W. R. O'Neal, Mr. H. J. Robinson, a former man- : AT SUCH BIG REDUCTIONS THAT WILL MEANA rti
ammunition, including asphyxiatingbombs I who, with Mrs. O'Neal and his daughter ager of the Favorite theatre in this : REFUND OF FROM 15c. TO 35c. ON EVERY .
place a few 42-centimeters in !i| Miss Mabel, has been visiting city, came up yesterday from Kissimmee :
position and equip an aeroplane for that city, requests that the paper be where he is now making his DOLLAR YOU SPEND..
detecting the movements of the en- I' sent to them in Batavia, 111. Miss home, and spent the day greeting :
emy. "Truth is mighty and will pre- Mabel O'Neal has gone to Belpre, friends and mingling with former :
vail.-Tampa Tribune. I.Ohio, to visit friends. business associates. : :

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: Beach Suits, Manhattan Shirts, Straw Hats, and
> Our Tampa Special Summer-weight Suits
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We consider second to none in the :

t Y fi 1f' I country and superior to any in the city For Father and MotherThe

at any price. :
Shaffner and Marx's Summer Clothing the
very acme of perfection in Hart ;
r If the Blend does not suit you we newest in "Manhattan Shirts," beautiful black and colored silks-Ready-to-Wear Costu

have all the ingredients which you may buy and mix in such : etc.mes,, etc.House Dresses, fine Muslin Underwear-becoming Millinery-sensible. Footwear,

proportion as you see fit. Perhaps you can improve on it, we : ALL PRICED SO EXTREMELY LOW THAT WILL BE A SAVING TO YOU OF 15

., are not saying. :. i

We have a fine formula for Chowder which you can fill at a : r

/ saving over the regular Chowder.. I :

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The Co-Operative Produce Company

'f; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E.. Church St. : llOrla,dots Favorite Shopping Place.1' Orlando, .Fla.MiiiiiiiiiM.i. .

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Thursday August 19. V
Half holiday; the usual business J. M. Williamson, of Gabriella,
places will close for the afternoon. was in Orlando for several hours yeslerday .
Seventh golf tournament at the Country leaving on the north bound i i
Club. train over the Atlantic Coast Line for .
The Kil hare Klub will meet with
Mrs. F. N. Boardman, at 104 Sum- White Springs where he will spend J
merlin Place.Beginners' some time. WORLD FILM CORPORATION :
shoot will be held under 0
the auspices of the Orlando Gun ,
Mrs. Walter Rex and ,
daughter ".
Club on the grounds at the Country 'I
Club. Miss Irene, left yesterday afternoonover "WHAT HAPPENED TO ?;k...; --..;;;._ :
The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday afternoon the Atlantic Coast Line for 1
as usual in the parlors of North Carolina where they will spend JONES" 2
the Baptist church. TIlE BEAUTY OF WOMENis I
several weeks at Asheville and other
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Those hidden qual ENJOYABLE MEETING OF interesting points in that state. with enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres, earrings, etc. .1
XXth CENTURY CLUB. FRED MACE Our stock has been very carefuly selected and it contains not a 1 -j
The Twentieth Century Club was Miss Isla Green, who has been visiting single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride sweetheart, j
which the
ities are entertained yesterday afternoon at her brother, Mr. Vincent Green, sister or wife. Come and enjoy a look over it. ;

the home of Miss Eunice Ives. Ten and Mrs Green, at their home in Con-
real source of re of the members were present and threading e cord Park, left yesterday afternoonfor ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS..i I

of the Divine Comedy was continued Tampa where she will visit relatives -
sponsiveness and readers for the afternoon being and friends before returning to 16. OI.1: :
I i Mrs. E. C. Whitman and Mrs. S. Fitzgerald Ga.. .
S. Griffin. - R
flexibility will show
After the conclusion of the customary Mr. II. W. McClure, of Albany, Ga., If quality for a low price is an object i .
amount of reading the discussionof was among the well known travelling our wall papers will win your favor.
themselves before For the next 30 days we will offer for
in Orlando.
Current Events was taken up. men spending yesterday 1-
sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
This phase of the club's work is always He was here in the interest of the from Ic. to 5c. per roil. Now is the
you have been at interesting and is participated Conklin Tin Plate company, and reports MIIAi MwYtMCD10 time to buy, and do your papering t
I'in by all of the members. Topics of 1 i business as being very much JOnES ,. ., when you get ready.
the wheel five min I various kinds are discussed and much ;brighter than it has been for the pastyear. I We also carry a full line of High-
Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We 1
information is gained by the exchangeof
invite to call and .
you inspect
ideas. and an all star cast including stock.
utes. The hostess served an ice course Mr. W. P. Chambers, of Atlanta, our y a 1
Josie Sadler and Charleson
which added the finishing touch of en Ga., the popular representative of the Mary

joyment to a most pleasant and prof Pittsburgh Plate Glass company, who Fred Mace is considered Chas. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
itable afternoon.The has been spending several days in this I 1
club will be entertained next section, left yesterday for points i in Chaplin's greatest rival. See 205 S. Orange Avenue :)

Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. W. S. the northern part of the state. While him in this. COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261i..sSII.StIISSIItI..IIISmI11It1S11
Branch, at her home on North Orange here he made his headquarters at the. I

It gets away in avenue. --0- San Juan. i iI I ist

BACHELOR GIRLS Mr. G. W. Strickland, who has been
stantaneously. The MEET. visiting his brother, Mr. J. Strickland, COMEDY
I t The New Ice
The Bachelor Girls were entertained and family at their home, 402 East Company I .
motor seems to have yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Lewis Church street, left yesterday after -
Hewitt. noon for Kissimmee where he will 10 cents 20 cents I PHONE 675

more and still more The guest prize for the afternoon'sgame visit relatives before returning to
was captured by Mrs. Thomas Delray, where he is agent for the .Tomorrow, Charlotte Walker in I
Brodwater. Florida East Coast .
railway.Mr. Delivery Daily
power occa
Miss Jean Person and Miss Guilda
Happersett cut for the club prize, and Mrs. C. G. Brown and
sion requires. On with the result that it daughter, Miss Ruth, who have been
went to the ------- Wait for our wagon. We think
latter Both visiting relatives and friends in Indiana
young lady. prizes were
direct drive the handsomely bound books. including Indianapolis' and No- you will like our ice. ,

The dub members who attended the blesville, returned home last evening.

speed can be varied affair were the Misses Guilda Happersettf After a few days at home they will 1 : ROOf GARDEN(
Alma DeLaney, Elizabeth Bran- motor to Bradentown and spend a

from low to high ham, and Jean Person, and Mrs. Lewis couple of weeks visiting friends. ii The New Ice Company i :
Hewitt. The guests for the after i
noon were the Misses Berta Branch, I Mr. G. T. Hull, who has been spend i ilttt S1
with i exceptionalsmoothness. 1 Blanche McCamey, Sara Slemons, and ing some time in Sherburne, N. Y., >MMMMIIMIIIMIilHIIIMIIiimMililillMliFRANK
Alta Wright, and Mesdames Irvin has returned to Orlando and is again TODAY

Ob Dunn, Gordon Wright, Thomas Brod occupying his pretty home just southof
water, and David Rogers. the city on the Pine Castle road. "llllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll .
Mrs. Irvin Dunn will entertain the He was accompanied home by his cousin
viously these features club next Friday, August 3. Mr. G. Hull, of Phoenix, N. Y., WHO PAYS ?
--0- who will cast his lot in this section.
are the direct MEETING OF CONCORD When Justice Sleeps-In three A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL *
LADIES' AID.Tuesday Mrs. E. R. Whitner, who has been
result of close careful afternoon the Ladies' Aid visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W. Goodrich parts.
Society of Concord Park met at the at her home on West street, left A Thrilling drama of true life.
home of Mrs. Smith. A nice lot of yesterday afternoon for Jacksonville. ,
manufacturing. work was accomplished on sewing Her attractive daughters, Misses

that had been previously planned, and Janie and Alice, will remain for a "SOAKING TilE CLOTHES"A t
several orders for more such work longer visit, which will be pleasantnews
were greatly appreciated. Arrange to the many friends of the one-reel comedy.
The Wheelbase is i ments were made for an ice cream so young ladies in Orlando. CURTIS & O'NEAL
cial to be held next week on Mrs.
Buckmaster's lawn. Mrs. Robert Bellamy and daughter, Bottle of Toilet Water given
110 inches The next meeting will be at the Miss Helen, were among those leaving Insurance Loans Real Estate :
.) home of Mrs. Morey, August 31st. Orlando yesterday afternoon over the away at nine o'clock tonight.
--0- Atlantic Coast Line to spend the re Rentals
MISS HANNER mainder of the summer in other
HOSTESS. states. Their destination was Sando-
Tuesday evening Miss Mary Han- val, 111., where they will visit rela
ner was hostess at a very enjoyable tives and friends, and incidentally to The One-Price Theater
gathering of young people. Dancingand attend the golden wedding anniversary "
cards occupied the time pleasantly I I of Mrs. Bellamy's parents, Mr. i
for several hours. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, which will be 10 cents 5 cents
00. Light refreshments were served celebrated soon in that city.
$850. during the evening, and it was not ESTABLISHED 1886 "
i until a late hour that the merrimentwas Dr. W. A. Holshouser, wife and
brought to an end. daughter, Miss Queenie, of St. Peters "Traitors to the King," four-
burg, arrived in Orlando
part drama, Saturday night.
f. b. OrlandoPhillips
o. GUN CLUB SHOOT AT visit relatives. Dr. Holshouser, tiiiiiiiiiiniiuiiiHiiiiitimmmiiciHiiiiiiiMIt
COUNTRY CLUB. who is one of the Sunshine City's ,
The Orlando Gun Club will have a leading druggists, is the son of Mrs.
shoot at the Country Club this after- Mooney and will spend some time I --
noon at 3 o'clock to which the general with her and his sisters, Mrs. F. A. !
public is cordially invited. It has Lewter and Mrs. C. E. Wade. Mrs. I
been named Beginners' Day, and the Elolshouser is the daughter of Mr.and I' Melts in Your Mouth : 1
DuPont Powder company will give a Mrs. W. II. Reynolds and a sister of

.t -__ -. --- handsome watch fob to the beginner Mr. R. R. Reynolds, of this city.
making the best score.
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ROYAL NEIGHBORS merly of Orlando, Florida, but who
NOTICE. now make their home at Riverside, :,
Sunny South Camp R. N. A. request were callers at this office Saturday.
all their members to be presentat They are here visiting their son, Dep- VANILLA
a special meeting Thursday afternoon uty County Surve'orlills.. Mr. and
I. W. at 3 o'clock, at Odd Fellows' :Mrs. Mills are the parents of eight SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL ',
Hall. sons and seven daughters, all of PINEAPPLE 1
Katherine Dennis, recorder. whom, the venerable couple explain, Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape2Ice
vote the Democratic ticket where the CHERRY j
SOCIETY NOTES office of president is concerned. They I CARAMEL :J.
,OF INTEREST. also numbr among their descendants .1
Quite a party of young people will hirty-one grandchildren, but not all I
go out this afternoon to the Beardall of these have arrived at 'voting age.i .- We deliver from one quart upHand's 1
camp on Lake Gatlin and enjoy the i Santa Rosa, Cal., PressDemocrat.Favorite. I
delightful boating and bathing. '
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popular series of golf tournamentswill
Pure Ice Cream
be enjoyed by local golfers on the t
links at the Country Club. TODAY'S PROGRAM\
Majestic. "For the Honor of Bet-
tina." A drama, -
in two parts.
Sons The Sentinel's classified columnsare Thanhouser. "A Dog's Love." Phone 566 and 666.w 1
full of little human interest sto- Keystone. "Love, Loot and Crash." 1's
ries, reflecting the needs of hundredsof Comedy.
Four good reels of Mutual movies. r
people. Five cents to alL -- :
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LIBEL LAWS A MOTHER'S LOVE he would have gone home and been :WILL DISCUSS WAYS OF INCREASING -'I'! '

happy. This should teach the fathers THE NAVY
and mothers to be gentle, to control I
London.-A curious illustration of Because of a misunderstanding, a
tempers and to forgive Let any FOR SALEWill
the strict British libel laws has just young man lies in a nameless grave in Washington, D. C.-Legislation to
father put himself in the place of that
come up in court here. The plaintiffwas a cemetery near St. Petersburg, a secure a substantial increase in the
father in Iowa and imagine his feel-
Capt. Alexander Frederick Stew- broken-hearted mother mourns for her the enlisted personnel of the navy will be
ings, as time passed and missingson
art of the Indian supply and trans- lost son in her home on an Iowa farm advocated by Secretary Daniels when
failed to return or to give
port corps of the Indian army. The and an aged man breathed his last sign that he lived and loved in spite any he goes to the White House to discuss offer for sale for a few days
defendants were the author of a story probably with a heavy heart becausehis increased defenses with the pres-
called "Two Bounders," and an Arab, anger had driven from home a son .of it all.-St. Petersburg Independent. ident.A the property corner Orange Avenue, _

the editor of a magazine in which it he loved who was deformed. Throughit I larger building plan is said to be

appeared, and the printers. all the great love of the mother i SPECIAL PRIVILEGES FOR BOYS on the program for discussion and Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

The story referred to an Indian 'rose above everything and one can- I more men will be needed to bring the
steeplechase meeting and the villain not but feel that she will not be The attention of the Journal has personnel up to the limit fixed by law. the skating rink property, for $26,000.

was "Captain Stewart, of the Supply happy in heaven unless that son who,i been called to the fact that small For the past two years the numberof
It and Transport." The plaintiff is a shot himself in a lonely street in St. boys have, in several instances, been, commissioned battleships increasedsix $2,000 down and balance $1,000 year

well known Indian steeplechaser. The Petersburg is with her. I given "special permits" to drive cars,: first class cruisers, one second

story describes a series of shady One rarely finds anything more pa- in spite of the rules that prohibit,the class cruiser, one third class cruiser, and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY.

: transaction on the part of "Captain thetic than the letter written to Mag- driving of cars by persons under the six monitors, twenty-five submarines,

Stewart," ending with a deliberate istrate J. M. Endicott by the motherof age of sixteen years. Just how these gunboats six, tugs two, and special

piece of four riding.It R. O. Kreldau, who was found "special permits" are obtained and types two. The number of transportswas
was stated in court that the mat- dead here last January. The woman' what constitutes a claim to this privilege reduced by two.CADETS .

ter became so serious for the real saw her deformed son, who was her The Journal is not in a positionto

Captain that the officers of his regi- best beloved child because of his affliction say, but it is known to the Pensa- ON A HIKE .
ment in India held an official inquiry, leave home after a quarrel cola public that children much under
which, of course, completely exon- then sixteen to drive cars and
with his father. The young man years up
West Point N. Y.The entire battalion
erated him. disappeared. She heard from him no down Palafox street and other streetsof I cadeis
of more than 500 strong,
On behalf of the defendants, the more, had no knowledge of where he the city and environs, endangeringtheir accompanied by detachments of U. S.
fullest regrets and apologies were dthe lives of others. .
I was or what he was doing and she own lives an
army regulars, marched out of the
tendered and it was explained that sat in her home and mourned for him Several tragedies have already oc-

Colonel, the author, had no idea that i I that was lost. She watched and wait- curred in Pensacola, through reckless I summer. The encampment column moved on as a infantry week'shike. The 1CarJet::

he was referring to any real person. 'ed for his return, and that her prayers driving, but so far the chauffeurs who
and with
I cavalry artillery, a batteryof OF CLEANLINESS OF
He gave the strongest assurances that !(were not answered makes one doubt have figured in these accidents have mountain howitzers on the backsof QUALITY
, the story and incidents described had 'i that it is worth while to ask God for been adults. The authorities would mules. OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

no reference to the plaintiff and were ,favors. Her prayers were sincere, for show much wisdom which so far they FRESH AND SALT HEATS

entirely imaginary. Satisfied with ;i her heart was bleeding for the boy. have failed to display in the matterof Kept under the best sanitary COD tlOI1L
CHICKENS! Chickens! Chickens! 23c.
-.' this public explanation Captain Stew- ;He was a man to everybody except rules and regulations governing
per pound. Orlando Seed and Pro- Everything screened away from the flies f and kept freehand
art withdrew the case. '!his mother, who always thought of motor cars, if they would put an end
duce Co., 206 S. Orange. 8-17-3tc pare.
'!:him as her boy. Day after day she now and for all time to the "special '
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
THE COSSACK WHIP waited in vain. permits" which allow a child to take
I I The father, too, must have grieved. the part of a chauffeur. Pensacola everything in the Meat LIne.H. .

Munich.-King Ludwig of Bavaria He probably never admitted that he Journal. :The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's
I 1\4: Self & Co.
has just presented to the army mu- i I was sorry for the things he said that .

seum a "nagaika," or whip of an offi- I drove the young man away from hometo GRECIAX ROYALS NOT; PRESEXT PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET 1i 1

cer of the Cossacks, found on the face a world none to kind to a I AT XEW PARLIAMENT Select Boarding and Day ,
: eastern front. The leather knout hasa ;I hunchback. One can imagine him, School for Girls .

metal, lead-filled handle, which is stern and silent, refusing to admit I Liverpool.-A dispatch to Reuter's 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915

ornamented with the Russian national ,his wrong or that he would forgive'. agency from Athens recites the opening Primary, Intermediate and Academic MUSIC
colors and bears the inscription: "For I the son should the latter come back I of the new parliament and says Gradc3

the horse in the field and the wife at home and ask to be taken in. The the royal family was not represented, !Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
ome." I{father died without knowing that the but that the capacity of the house :Culture and Domestic Science. These vacation days should be used to interest tlie .

'son had preceded him to the next was taxed by a throng of diplomats, For Catalogues address the Rector, children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish
MIDDY DIES OX SHIP I world; had grown so weary of life their wives, and officers of the army Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M, everything in music and musical instruments. Music refines ..
and its constant struggle that hQ and navy. The arrival of Venezelos, Orlando, Fla.
San Pedro, Cal.-W. L. McCarty,of i had come to a town where no one !:leader of the dominant party, created elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous'

Danville, Va., a midshipman of the ,knew him and there killed himself. "indescribalbe enthusiasm. duties of life. \ .
Annapolis second class, died aboard I The father was spared that sorrow. I Premier Gounaris read the royal FIELD'S
the battleship Ohio, one of the United I How often during the 11 months .decree opening the session. The deputies \v. S. BRANCH, tiTHE

States naval practice squadron which that the young man was away from were then sworn in. After the ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
,- reached here today. Midshipman Mc- home would he have gladly gone back I election of a new speaker, Gounaris J
Carty was stricken with spinal men- had he been sure of a welcome. A announced the resignation of the gov-

ingitis soon after the squadron left hunchbach is usually simply tolerated; j.ernment. CHOCOLATE
San Francisco Saturday. The body I most persons feel a sort of repulsion j There was another enthusiastic SKATING RINKLADIES'

was brought ashore to be sent to Dan- for a man so deformed, and the unfor- ,demonstration when the result of the VANILLA
ville. I tunate must grow weary of averted election of the speaker was an- I PEACH I
.faces or pitying eyes. The necessityof nounced.
earning a living was there and>I II CARAMEL SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUBSI I

I He was employed in a piano store : FIGHTING AGE -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT *

I' for some months, in a town 60 miles '; INSTRUCTORS. V
from his old home, yet he gave no 'I Rome, via Paris.Difficulties pre-

sign that he was alive. venting the accomplishment of the Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.rq.
Finally the man decided that life pope's plan to exchange interned civilians CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 19c.

:was not worth while away from his of non-military age, says the Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.ADMISSION *.
Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" home and those he loved. He boardeda Osservertoire Romano, have been sur- .

train, assumed a new name, and mounted. .
came to Florida. lIe went to Tampa : The British government having CLUB SANDWICH 25e.
and was there for several days. He agreed to treat German submarinecrews
was not in want and had money for the same as other prisonersand
,his comforts, but ease did not come the German government having .

to his bruised heart, and he evidently discontinued special treatment of We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
ON WEST PIXE STREET, JUST determined to die.. That he wanted British officers, the Holy See renews
!I no one to know who he was is shown''I II its appeal to Germany to carry out and Delivered for AU 'ROOFING.

ACROSS FROM FOUXDRY. 'by the fact that he came to this city the agreement already made. On

din i I the evening and, after destroying : August 5 the German ministry telegraphed OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S ANt

'all the marks of identification, went I from Lugano a favorable reply <-
[to a lonely street and there fired a I which was transmitted to the ,
f- Phone 204 'shot through his head. I:' British secretary of state. On August
| Had he known how his mother felt, 'I 12 Great Britain thanked the pope for

i !how she watched and yearned for him, his humane action. Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos

I and Rubber Roofings

r Orlando MotorCar I
PERCENT -- Cornices Skylights .Beating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

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Corner Main and East Pine the benefit of our customers -
f- -- t' we will give a 25
.: CARS I per cent cash discount on Tops, Backs, Cushions,

Fords A Specialty' all goods sold during the THIS IS ONE.OF.. OUR Curtains, Celluloids, Bows

i month of July and August. SPECIALS PAINTING '

. FORD TOURING CAR, Electric 15 centsCatering .

Lights, New Tires, etc., a bar
Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
gain at $200. .
: I Orlando Top & Trimming Co.

I Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGEMgr.
See Mr. Hutton Cor. Orange Ave. and Church} St. Orlando, Fla.
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MULES: FOR SALE R. RAY WHITE No. 6 W. Pine Si. Orland, Fla. {
Pair nice mare mules in good condi-
tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul- !I
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply ATTORNEY-AT LAW i
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
Co., Orlando, Florida. 717tfcFOR Room 44
ipl r SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
Full bearing orange and grapefruitgrove .'
within 11.2 miles of post office, and CONTRACTOR
on brick road adjacent to County
Club. A splendid subdivision prop- DR. N. L. BRYAN Phone 37 'i
osition at exceptional low valuationfor
cash. Address "Prosperity," Sen- ..j t
tinel office. 8-14-12tc DENTISTPhone

All Ready for the PicnicMANY FOR QUICK SALE-20 .acre tract 716 Jf f
one quarter mile from city limits;
\ .very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton

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. I t

and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I, FOR RENT SURVEYIN I ARCHITECT t
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. i ,
FOR RENT-Six room bungalow, Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building Orlando J
modern, close in. Call 305 East ,
New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS J Pine street. 8-15-Gtc I Florida.
FOR RENT-Lower flat, unfurnished. I
never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas fine porches; good neighborhood; ev- .
Range. And then if you wish to dose' the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire 8-17-3t erything* new. 703 W. Central. HAL A. IRISH i l

burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. Civil Engineer ,
FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur-
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. 11
Knox. 7-9-tf ,47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. '

LOAN WANTED-On new house; I I .(
GAS DEPARTMENT $2,500 or $3,000. Address B. B., 'j
care Sentinel. 8-17-31* I Paul V. Hutchins' DR. L H. RAMSDELu J

.4 i WANTED small flat, or three !' OPTOMETRIST
.. and Counsellor at Law "
Attorney '
furnished unfurnished I ORLANDO.
or rooms for FLORIDA 1 1WE
light housekeeping, not necessarily on I FIT :
the floor,
same the moth
by or :year;
terms reasonable. Address W. I). B., : Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OP 4 t
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LOST-Somewhere between Orlando !
and my place on the Conway brick 1t
road, two automobile tires, one new Ii Cut Flowers 1
and the other second-hand. Returnto Texaco ;
the undersigned, or the Sentinel

SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURStRltSOCOEE and 8-18-3tc receive reward. W. L. Dolive. I GasolineGravity and Plants J. ,gFIoral'Designs g 1

WE WILL BUILD :you a modern
bungalow, five large rooms, bath,
FLORIDAAll electric lights on a splendid lot, with Test 68, the highest sold A ,
fruit and shade trees, near two lakes,
desirable location in the city, one in Orlando.
Mock from Orange avenue, for $1,400. 1
Will take $250 cash, balance $15 per .Violet
Dell Florist.
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- month Moore,, 6 carpenters.per cent. interest.18 East Tracy Church& Coupon Book calling for 50 e !

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest street. 8-18-6t* gallons at 16 cents per gallon; J. II. CARUTHERSPhone

FRESH SHELLED PECANSFlorida delivered to home in five
prices raised, whole meat and fresh. your 509. 408 South Lake St. *. '
:: :: :: :: Call 37 West Church street. 8173tcBUYERS (5) gallons at one time.

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buy, sell rent, and exchange: real .
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Our are always at 1i
The is the best time wagons your -
season to set over 30 years. Have handled over ,
$20,000,000. Call and see me. service. CLINT BASS .1
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. .

one year's growth in advance of trees set FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawni PHONE 375 i

fall. i swings, and all kinds of carpenter M. O. Dovell West Jefferson Street
next work, go to Tracy & Moore 18 East #
Church street. 7-25-lmoc Successor to

To reduce our stock as much as pos & Son Hand Wood Company
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof
Send for List and
today Catalog, Description 25 per cent. off our regular cash .
price on any goods in store.' Ham- Wood of All Kinds
prices, to the above addressMIIMIMMIIIIMMtilliMltMillilliitiltlltli mond & Gore. 6-5-tf 106 Grace Street \I

"while Umbrellas yon wait recovered,"-at Young's and repaired Repair Phone 283-2 Rings REASONABLE PRICE j
liMtlMMIIIillttllllliltl Shop. 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
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.z t il LOCAL AND PERSONAL t Ittflilll 4 Mil ,1

Mrs. Isaac Lane has arrived in Or-
f lando from Fort Meade to visit relatives .
s t and friends.

Mr. P. L. Billingsley spent yesterday -
in the vicinity of Sanford look
;' Travel in Panama ing"after business matters. FOR EVERY

and everywhere on American territory is "A.D.A."
simplified by .
How much did save last monthin
Cheques. They are much safer to than cash and you
carry ; they are
t" accepted like currency by strangers were a check or draft would cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf .
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare $10 A WEEK
.*lf'identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for Miss Lizzie Matthews has gone to
business or pleasure. Geneva where she will spend the next
{ The State Bank of Orlando ten days visiting friends.
I.i I.r> Mrs. H. F. Saunders has returned
i from an enjoyable visit to friends in

I.f.f. St. Cloud.

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
t 18-18-tf

Mrs. L. M. Hdsington of Miami YOU SAVE
is visiting at the home of Mrs. J. A.
t P. Lane. on Concord avenue.

f T Mrs. A. Falck left yesterday morn- $10 A YEAR
ing for Titusville where she will visit
relatives and friends.

Guavas! Guavas! at the Orlando
t r Seed and Produce Co. 18-17-Gtc

yesterday Miss Bessie afternoon Minor from returned Gainesville home IF' YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{

where she had been visiting friends.

I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Worsley and
child left yesterday afternoon for

Luxora some time.Specialty Ark.. where they will spend

for dinner,
today's Grape-
Nut 18182tcMr.Ice Cream. Hand Ice Cream Co. The Peoples National Bank

W. J. Connolly, the popular
naval stores operator, has returned
from a visit to relatives at his former
home in N. C.
: "ELDER" Spring Water .
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Snively who
have been spending several weeks at
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IS SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, Littletop N. II., have returned to .


How much did you save last monthin
Phone WRIGHT, 444 cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Mr. Frank M. Brooks a well known
TRY Better TRY travelling man of Tampa spent yes-
IT BEST IT Touring Car jj!
terday pilgrimages.Miss in Orlando. on one of his annual 4-Passenger

-- ------ Alice Hayden left yesterday
afternoon for Asheville, N. C., where Fully equipped. Hartford
she will spend the next three weeksin
the Land of the Sky. ,* .

11 Shock Absorbers. Repainted
These hot, sweltering days a dish A
1 of ice cream or sherbet is very re
freshing. Hand Ice Cream Co.
y&P 18182tcMr. $275.00 A

and Mrs. A. Wichtendahl left
yesterday morning for White Springs .
where they will spend the next three

Dr. M. B. Swift left yesterday over
the Atlantic Coast Line for New York
following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effec- Boston and Fall River. He will return San Juan Garage Company j | .
tive August 2, 1915: in about four weeks.

Ford Runabout ________$390.00 Orlando DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
Deposit your Savings Checks and -
Ford Touring Car______ 440.00 let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

Ford Town Car ________ 610.00No you. 8-12-tf
speedometer included in this year's Messrs. J. C. Palmer and Louis I
+, equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped. Koehne of Windermere and Gotha
F were among the representative citi- 1.-----
There can be no assurance given againstan zens from their sections transacting 1. . .- -. .. .. .. .. ._ ._ _.T._-_-_- -. -. _. .. .- ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ MiMMMIIIIiMiillHIIBIIIIIiMMtnilllilliMiillU.
advance in these prices at any time. business in Orlando yesterday.

Messrs. Homer Nicholson Claude
32 East Church Street Phone 226 Raulerson and Joe Brown, of Geneva Executor?
Will Be Your
were among the representative citi- Who .
zens of Seminole visiting Orlando:yes

terday. ANSWER NO. 2

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus oc. be materially impaired as a .
Your estate may rte' _
18-18-tf direct result of the appointment of an executor f WT- .-' .b i j4-? : +
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tI 'I""I""IIIIIIIIIIII""I'I"111111111111111r -- Mr. H. H. Witherington of Apopka .or trustee. My

one of the representative citizens of When an individual is appointedThe :-

I west Orange, spent yesterday in Or- financial responsibility is generally weaker. FIt =
4r ,
lando transacting business and greet- -
ing friends.Mr. is usually provided in wills that the person Yii i
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused { i 1

and Mrs. Edward Greenwoodand from giving bonds. l
Mrs. Joe Lamar have it is at the r *"
arrived in When surety bonds are supplied ex--
r AUTHORITIES DIFFER the city from Orlando and will spend pense of the estate and then only partial security ,
r several days in Jacksonville en routeto against loss is pro"ided.When #

As to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but there Palm Beach.-Times-Union. a Trust Company is selected-- '

j is a certain period in the lives of most of us when our Deposit your Savings Checks and The positive advantage of strong financial re- .j .
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for sponsibility is secured. F r'A
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with ,
R Diamonds.t you. 8-12-tf bond which has behind it the entire financial ,
Mr. J. A. Bedingfield president of strength of the Institution is always filed with
t t A reliable diamond merchant is the best sort off I the Probate Court 1'* nn -t to the estate. # -
: the Guarantee Life and Loan com
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. ,I I pany, of Tampa, and Mr. W. R. Norman Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue I # "
f= May we pilot your matrimonial bark? : connected with the same institution of this newspaper. '

rr r :,I business., spent yesterday in Orlando on :

t X Come in any time and freely ask for further
f. :j i V information on this vitally important subject. '"
Try a quart of lemon or pineapplesherbet J '
y You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
for dinner I
I today. Delive-ed i
: I to :your home, just at meal time glad to advise.
packed, 40c. per quart. Hand Ice

., JEWELER ;:'I Cream Co. Doctors 13-18-21.s. i I The Orlando' Bank & Trust Company

r- BiickinnsiiTOSTEOPATHS; lV; 13rUlUIHC!! : Orlando, Florida

I)i; :' Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00M
Kirksville Mo.
w lit .: 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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