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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915. NUMBER 163.

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ARABIC TORPEDOED AMERICANS SAVED;





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WHITE STAR LINER SUNK Galveston Now 100 Frank's In FEARED NEARLY 200 PER- \
NEAR SCENE OF LUSI- CARRANZA DELAYS PEACENEGOTIATIONS NO WORD YET FROM Body ISHED IN TEXAS



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WENT DOWN IN ElEVEN MINUTES Tex., Aug. 19.-The following RESPONSES HAVE BEEN FEAR THAT LARGE NUMBER : York, Aug. 19.-The body of MANY l LOST AT SEA IT IS THOUGHT I

telegram was received by the As- Leo. M. Frank arrived here early to-
RECEIVED FROM OTHER MAY HAVE
sociated Press Wednesday: day on board a Pennsylvania train.
375 Survivors Are Landed at At Least Twenty-four Vessels
"Galveston, Tex., Aug. 18.-Galves- MEXICAN LEADERS PERISHEDCampers More than a score of detectives and

Queenstown by Warships; ton has successfully passed through a police were on hand to guard againstany Are Known to Have Been

Many Injured Sentto West Indian hurricane that blew con- Understood That Carranza Will and Fishermen on an demonstration, but few persons Within the Radius

Hospitals tinuously for eighteen hours. The Make Plea for Recognitionof Island 150 Miles SouthwestNew were gathered at the station. Mrs. of Storm

government weather gauge registeredthe Constitutionalist Orleans Had No Frank, who accompanied the body of
her husband on the trip from Atlanta,
maximum of the wind at
BULETIN. AUG. 20 (1:10 A. M.) velocity Government Warning of Storm Galveston, Aug. 20 ((1:10 A. M.)-
ninety miles an hour. The city, due was greeted by her sister, Mrs. Otto casualties
The White Star Line announces The number of Galveston
the the Stern and others of Frank's relatives
to adamantine resistance of
that all Americans were saved. Washington, Aug. 19.-Further responses New Orleans, Aug. 19.-No reports tonight is placed at 12 dead or miss-
Frank's taken the
body was 16
has
wall sustained
comparatively
sea to the Pan-American appealfor had been received here early today ing, only nine being known to have
small loss in destruction of propertyand home of Mrs. Stern in Brooklyn,
Washington, Aug. 20 (12:22 A. M.) a peace conference among the from Marsh Island, about 150 miles
but six deaths have been thus far where his parents were waiting. No died.Outside
'
-The state department has receivedthe Mexican factions were received at the southwest of New Orleans, where of Galveston the known
arrangements for the funeral have
following dispatch from Vice reported. state department today, includingthat more than 100 persons are believed been announced. dead are placed at 101, while over

Consul Thompson at Queenstown: "The great granite structure erect- of General Villa, which was said either to be marooned or lost. 200 persons are missing, and it is
ed after the of 1900 Several motorcycle patrolmen accompanied -
The survivors state that the ship calamity grimly to be favorable. With the presentation In addition to the employes of fish- feared that the majority of these lost
the
automobile
was torpedoed without warning and met and conquered the raging seas of by Enrique C. Llorente, the Villa ing camps, there were a number of bearingFrank's their lives as a result of the hurri-
the gulf and hurled them back defi- body from the station to
that she sank in eleven minutes. the island. cane in the coast country.
agent here, of his chiefs answer, together campers on They were .
"Excellent discipline prevailed."All antly whence they came. Our citizen- with his own, to Secretary not warned of the aproach of the hur- Brooklyn.Mrs. This is exclusive of five who are
Leo M. Frank was met at
is cheerful because of
ship buoyantly
of the 21 boats were lowered the demonstrated of Lansing, three responses to the appeal ricane, which, accompanied by a tidal the Brooklyn house by her motherinlaw. known to be dead at Port Arthur.
impregnability
and all were picked up by rescue had been received. The other wave, struck that part of the coast For four days heavy seas have
their protective works in this, the supreme Only a few persons witnessedthe
lashed[ Galveston's wall without
boats. sea
came from General Cantau Villa, gov- Monday night.
test of their effectiveness. In greeting between the two women
"Other boats were empty. ernor of Lower California, which was Boats operated by the Louisiana making an impression.But .
and it than hour later
was more an
e assembled Gal-
mass meetings today ,
"No authentic information as yet also said to be favorable.The state conservation commission were while there will be a small loss

whether any or how many were lost." veston's citizenship sends greetings to I' general understanding here is ordered to go to the rescue. when the presence of moving picture of life in the city it is feared that the
machines in front of the house causeda
.
the world and assures friends and admirers
that Carranza's response, which is loss of life at sea has been great.
Sixteen American Survivors everywhere of a sincere pledgeto crowd to gather. Fully two dozen boats which are
now being prepared, as well as those FRANK MADE NO CONFESSION
Otto Stern, Frank's brother-in-law
strive diligently and heartily to at- ,
New York, Aug. 20.-(12:22 A. M.) of his principal generals, will be a BEFORE GOING TO DEATH said the funeral would be private. known to have been within a radius of
tain that superior success which lastnight's
-The official list of the American joint plea for recognition of the Con- the storm have been given up as lost
victory promised for the com-
survivors of the Arabic disaster which stitutionalist government in Mexico.A Marietta, Ga., Aug. 19.-It became COAST LINE BUYS CARS with their crews.

was furnished by Vice-Consul' Thompson munity. wireless' dispatch to the navy known here by underground methods Guard Carlson, a sailor on the

at Queenstown and which was "Lewis Fisher, mayor; Morris Stein, department announces the arrival of that Leo M. Frank did not make a N. C.-The Atlantic United States dredge boat San Ber-
Wilmington,
president commercial association I.
given out at Washington tonight, ; the battleships Louisiana and New confession before he was hanged bya Coast Line Railroad has nardino, was rescued last night.
H. Kempner, president cotton exchange company
He had been 15 hours in the water
gives sixteen names. Hampshire at Vera Cruz. mob near here yesterday morning.
orders for the
placed early deliveryof
S. Sciotovich
; vice-president
Frank's last it is said following the wreck of the dredge.
The White Star Line list at liver- request was, ,
750 freight and ten loco-
new cars
maritime association; I. M. Barb,
of that he be allowed to write to his He said that twenty-seven of the
pool gives twenty-six names
president labor council; W. P. Ham- BACK FROM AUTO TRIP motives, according to a statement by
Americans on board at sailing, which wife. Whether this request was refused crew drowned on the government
mersmith, vice-president merchants' President John R. Kenly. The new
causes the deduction to be made that is not known, but if he did write launch Bastrop which went on the

ten or more Americans lost their association; G. W." Briggs, editor the :Mr. and :Mrs. S. T. Dell and C. W. :a letter this fact has not been made more investment than a represents million dollars.McNamara an .outlay of causeway this morning, and reports
Galveston News.
lives, though no official statement to Hill returned yesterday from Jack- public. that fully two-thirds of that struc-

this effeffct has been made. sonville in :Mrs. Dell's Overland tour- ture is gone.

No HopeLate ing car. Last Thursday :Mrs. Dell and Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 19.-"It is all WinsGlenoak This means that rail communication ,'

White Star Line Official Statement her visitors, :Mr. and :Mrs. Volganau, over now and I am perfectly satisfied i with the mainland may not be estab-

and their and Mr. Hill left lished for several weeks.
daughter, ,
with the manner in which it ended,
Liverpool, Aug. 20 ((12:22 A. 1\1.- last night the Mc
attending phy- Ill., Aug. 19.-Tom L.
The for Daytona Beach, going via Ocala, said Mrs B. W. Coleman, mother of ,
White Star Line has issued the
sicians for the
gave up hope recoveryof Orlando, Sanford and DeLand, and Mary Phagan, here in commenting on Namara crack professional, of Bos- BURNS ASKED TO HELP INVESTIGATE -
following official statement: T. A. Yancey. Mr. has today-
Yancey ton, at the Glenoak Country
from the beach they drove to St. Au- LYNCHING '
the lynching of Leo M. Frank, con-
"The liner Arabic was torpedoed at been unconscious for the past four Club added fresh laurels to his stringof
gustine and Jacksonville, from which
victed of the murder of the Phagan
9:15 m. today in 50-50 north lati-
a. days and the report of his condition victories the Western
by winning
point Mr. and Mrs. Volganau and girl. Marietta, Ga.-II. II. Looney, chiefof
tude and 8-32 west longitude. She causes regret to a large circle of
had on board 432 passengers and the friends. daughter sailed for their home in Continuing, Mrs Coleman said: open golf championship. police of Marietta, today sent the
New York. Mr. Dell joined the to Wm. J. Burns
partyin "Frank was sent to prison by one following telegram ,
crew. Mr. Yancey is 55 years old and for FUNERAL SSRS. WM. LEMMONS
Jacksonville and returned the detective who fora
was employed
yester man, but his taking was the
"Two warships have arrived away
at the past 32 has been in the YESTERDAYAt
years day. The trip was made without the wish of I hope I shall never time by the defense in the Frank
Queenstown having board far many.
on as meat business in this city. I I"trial
least trouble, not even a puncture to :
hear his name mentioned again and
as can be ascertained, 375 survivors The immediate Mrs. T.
family Greenwood
are mar the pleasure of the journey.- that there will be no more to this ter- cemetery yesterdayall "Leo Frank lynched here yesterday. ?
"Our agents are unable to state A. Yancey, T. A. Yancey, Jr., and Gainesville Sun. that was mortal of the late Mrs. Come "
rible affair. quick. Help investigate. .
whether the above represents the to- Sarah Yancey. Wm. Lemmons, who passed away at
Many citizens here resented activities ;
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tal number of survivors or to give the i her home on the Pine Castle road late ,

_proportion of passengers and crew re I'GEORGIA INCAPABLE OF SELF- Wednesday afternoon, was laid to of detectives his trial and employed in the by Frank of

spectively. 'I GOVERyiIENTDODDChicago.Edward SPARKMANDEFENDANTWife BIG FIRE AT PONCE DELEON I rest. Rev. Chisholm preached a most Burns during there was a demonstration case hos-

"There were 22 American second J. Dodd, presi- comforting and beautiful funeral ser-
tile to him when he left town. Loo-
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class and four American third class dent of the Chicago Patrolmen's As-
of Daytona Editor Files Heavy Damage Results When mon.The ney's message is not interpreted hereas
First class
passengers. passengerswere sociation made letter
public a today deceased came to Orlando to
not carried by the Arabic. which he said he had sent to Governor Suit Accusing Him of Blaze Breaks Out in Mer- settle some two years ago. She was a bona fide call for assistance.

"The passenger list is being Harris, of Georgia. The letter stated Cruelty-He Denies cantile Establishment 76 years of age, and leaves to mourn
SEEK TO RECALL CHIEF EXECUTIVE
checked. Apparently six passengersare that the lynching of Leo M. Frank indicated ChargesThe Early YesterdayPonce her loss her husband, Wm. Lemmons, OF BRADENTOWN 1
t.
missing. that Georgia was not capableof and children, Margaret and Jack, all "

Previous official figures from Lon- self government, and therefore he DeLand News of this week con- de Leon, Fla., Aug. 19.-A of Drennen, also another son, Arthur Bradentown -Fla.A mandamus :

don gave the number of passengersat would ask Governor Dunne not to tains the following story: disastrous loss occurred in the busi- Lemmons, of Toronto, Canada, the ,
suit was filed in the circuit court on ; 1
132 cabin and 48 steerage, makinga honor requisition papers sent him by Through her attorney, F. M. Rowe, ness district of the town at 1:40 former home of the family. Tuesday with a view to requiring the :

total of ISO. the governor of Georgia. Dodd explained Mrs. Ora Sparkman, wife of Hugh C. o'clock when fire was discovered in Since coming to Orlando to live
city council to call an election in com-
The above dispatch reports that 175 he intended to request the Sparkman, editor of the Daytona Halifax the mercantile establishment of T. C. Mrs. Lemmons had made many pliance with petitions ,filed in July

have landed and that six are missing.If heads of all policemen's organizationsto Journal, this week brought injunction Kennington, whose)store together withan friends who will miss her kindly smile asking recall of Mayor C. A. Birneyand I

the London office of the line has make similar requests. and ne exeat proceedings be- excellent line of goods, was con- and quiet thoughtfulness for the com- Councilman John A. Graham.
g
accurately reported the number of Resolutions condemning the lynch- fore Judge James W. Perkins. sumed by the flames, which reached fort of those around her. The sym- Judge O. K. Reaves being disqualified 1

passengers, it is apparent that there ing of Frank were adopted by the Illi- The suit is evidently preliminary to and devoured the dwelling house lying pathy of these friends, and of the to pass on the cause on the w

remain only five passengers to be accounted nois Federation of Colored Women's divorce proceedings, and is brought north of the store, also belonging Sentinel is extended to the bereaved of
I I ground having been city attorney 1 .
for. Clubs. The resolutions remark that with the intention of preventing Mr. to T. C. Kennington, but at present family. during the present city administration .:

The official count of the crew list ;. nearly forty lynchings have taken Sparkman from disposing of his prop- occupied by Dr. Truitt, dentist, the the papers were certified to I

placed the total at 243, leaving 27 of place in the United States this year. erty, and, it is alleged, leaving the contents of which was mostly saved BASEBALL RESULTS Judge Robles of Tampa.

the crew missing, including the third state. by heroic work.

engineer. and many of the passengers fell' into She affirms that defendant intendsto The flames spread to the Ponce de American League GOVERNOR FERGUSON TO THE '

the water where they were able to transfer and dispose of his property Leon bottling works establishment, Cleveland 6, Washington 11. SCENE )

Many Survivors Are Injured reach the rafts and clung to them to and that he is making arrange- occupied as such by Mr. Mason, thento Detroit 6, Philadelphia 1.

Queenstown, Aug. 20 (12:22 A. M.) save their lives." ments to flee the state, whereupon she the People's drug store, occupiedby Chicago 2, Boston 1. Austin, Tex.-Governor Ferguson I

-A large number of the Arabic survivors Most of the survivors were afloat asks for an injunction preventing him Dr. C. F. Lowry, each of which St. Louis-New York, rain. left here today for Houston to makea

who arrived here at six: o'clock for four hours in the ship's boats. from disposing of his property, and a was consumed, but by heroic work National League personal investigation of the needs I

tonight are badly injured. writ of ne exeat" preventing him from most of the contents of the two last New York 1, Cincinnati 6. of storm sufferers at Houston, Gal-

Thirty of the injured have been President and Secretary Await the leaving the state. She asks for rea- named buildings were saved. Brooklyn 6, Chicago 5. veston and other points. CoL J. A.

sent to the hospitals. Details of Sinking of Arabic sonable attorney's fee and support The residence occupied by Dr. A. A. Boston 1, St. Louis 4. McCalmont, assistant adjutant general -

The ship was struck so suddenlythat Washington, Aug. 19.-President pending proceedings. Lindsay, which, together with the two Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 8. and Dr. A. E. Lincecum, assistant

many only had time to adjust Wilson and Secretary Lansing waited Mr. Sparkman's StatementMr. last named buildings on the same lot I I I Federal League state health officer, also have gone .'

the 'life preservers and leap into the anxiously tonight for full details of Sparkman was in DeLand this belonged to W. M. Sutton, freight and Newark 5, Pittsburgh 0. to the stricken territory to conduct

sea when the liner went down. the sinking of the White Star liner morning, consulting his attorneys, passenger agent of the L. & N. rail- Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 4. investigations. .

The whole ship on the starboardside Arabic by a German submarine, as Stewart & Stewart. He informed the road, at Westville, Fla., and the store- Buffalo 5, Chicago 0.

astern was torn out by the explo- upon the incident may depend the future editor of the News that the whole house occupied by Z. D. Adair, mer- Baltimore 1, Kansas City 6. TWENTY-FIVE LOST IN A BARGE ,

sion.One relations of the United States thing was a put-up job on him, and chant, were saved by the desperate Southern League

of the survivors stated: and Germany. that he proposed "to make somebody efforts of the volunteer bucket bri- New Orleans 6, Memphis 5. Houston, Tex.Twenty-five mem- f

"We were on deck engaged in State department officials say that sweat" for it.FUNERAL. gade\of citizens, who rendered valu- Birmingham 3-1, Chattanooga 2-1; bers of the government barge San

watching another ship and speculating the gravity of Germany's act so far able service during the conflagration.Had second game nine innings, rain. Bernardino, which sank in the inter- l'

on the chances of its being torpe- as the United States is concerned can TO BE QUIET the Adair store burned the res- Nashville 4, Mobile 1. coastal canal during the hurricane, ..

doed when our own vessel was struck. not be determined until it is known idence of Mr. Andrews would have Little Rock-Atlanta, rain. are believed to'be drowned. The

"There was no warning of any kind. definitely whether there were Ameri- New York.-No arrangements haveas been greatly endangered. dredge Sam Houston went agroundand ]

There was a general rush for life cans on board and whether the sub- yet been made for the funeral of The loss will faill heaviest on T. C. THE WEATHERFor
preservers some of her crew of fifty-six are
and the passengers were just marine before making an attack called Leo M. Frank, whose body is expected Kennington and W. M. Sutton,the for- believed lost. '

barely able to get these adjusted be- upon the vessel to stop. to arrive here early tomorrow. His mer owning the buildings and stockof Florida: Unsettled Friday, \

for the explosion occurred. The case will be intensified, of parents today requested that they be merchandise, and the latetr owningthe probably showers, except generallyfair If you want a 35c. box file for 2S&, :

;1 1i Ten of the life boats and life l rafts course, if there was any loss of Amer- left alone to bury the body of their two last named buildings con- : in south portion; gentle to mod- see Curtis & O'Neal, book and music I,

were put over the side of the vessel ican lives. son as quietly as possible. J sumed. erate shifting winds. store i!

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DIRECTORS OF ROCK ISLAND
'A
ARCADE DAILY SPORT ARE ACCUSED
Over Phillies

Philadelphians. Washington, D. C.-With the pub- AUTOYASIIING\
MILK BY FRANK G. MENKE patronize Connie lication today of the Interstate Com- STATIONt 1TIlE 1
The Famous New York the Athletics merce Commission's report on the
Expert. and world '\financial affairs of the Rock
se- Island '
PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
the Mackmen lost disclosing losses in stock transactions
DEPOT New York.-The 10 cent I of many millions of dollars and enormous A A
innovation of the Feds is with the Phillies. i' profits to promoters of holding REPAIRING MICHAEL, Mechanic.

Organized Baseball spoofs home games the companies, the commission's investi- Known as "The Handy Man... .. 1
but which it must ultimately 360,000 specta- I'I gation, begun almost a year and a
BUTTER MILK 7,200 per game. \half ago, was brought to a close.
Fresh Every Day. One of the things that has keeps uP..j I The commission charges the RockIsland's WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

matter with baseball has stand to clear ,1 directors with misappropriation chine parts. Work guaranteed.
5c. per glass high prices charged at the season. I it' of assets in their reports to

25c. per gallon fans, of late, have balked at 'I stockholders and suggests that those GASOLINE AND OIL ,
CREAM from 25 cents up to $1 to see- FRANCISCO I guilty of such acts "should be subject
AND MILK
bition that usually lasts less I I to adequate penalties." The report Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
BUTTER
hours.In i is now being considered by depart- I ,
Fresh Homemade the long run it seems exposition has, I ment of justice officials.
magnates will be gainers if failure. Artist The commission sharply criticises
SANDWICHESPIES erate with a lower schedule of aChievement. the alleged improper stock transac- ---------- --- --- -
AND CAIESARCAUUmlK The lower prices would it has never been ,tions by the Rock Island officials of

'ansvho keep away from the of patronage is j the record, which it says emphasizesthe SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS '
now. Certainly it would unhappy con- need of railroad directors who ac-

DEPOT away those who patronize i promot- direct. Have ;you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If '
Lower prices will draw larger I to the pride of "There are too many passive directors not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem-
and though the individual I' ," the commission says, "who acquiesce ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS.
from the fans would be less that the exposi-i in what is being done without OUR IRISH POTATOESare A

now is the gross revenue before the date I knowledge and without investigation." here waiting for you. Prices right.
The inquiry, the commision has
far greater. I says, Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE -
AN UNSOLICITED LETTER Take the Newark Feds for reasons why the I I[demonstrated the need of legal limita- ? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow-
ample. They used to draw been a success. tion of railroad security issues and
ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur
Want to compliment you for 6,000; home crowds on Sunday is badly located. has emphasized the necessity of a law chaser. 25c. packages and up.
the excellent work you have done average of 2,000 on week of reach of the i to fix responsibility for the dissipation -

for me. the old basis of admission in It requires of corporate funds. Orlando Seed & Produce Co. {
Have been coming to Florida attendance used to be figured ; too much time to
for 30 years and have had work cents: per head. That meant SOME OPPOSITION AT TARPON Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.

done from Jacksonville to Key t al revenue for a 6,000 Sunday of the PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY .
West, St. Augustine to Pensacola was $3,000, and it was $1,000 must be admit- Tarpon Springs, Fla.-There is a


and I can truthfully say I daily crowd. have accom- general interest in the road bond ele- -- ------
have never had such excellent On the first Sunday the a short space tion here and it is certain that a lrge 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.8ig *
work done for me, as you have the lower prices into effect the logical proportion of the vote will be cast.
done. The proprietors of the 18,000, on the next day, :\ was out- Sentiment has been divided in this
laundries of Jacksonville and 8,000. The lower prices made race. district and there has been much work
Tampa, not to speak of smaller rage admission about 35 shown the whole against the bond issue. However, its Reduction i !

places, can come to your place meant they took in $6,300 on Francisco. A friends have been doing considerable
I
and learn how to do work. The and $2,800 on; Monday. thrift and enter- work for it here and claim that it will

people of Orlando can justly feel 1 And ever since the lower Francisco peo- [pass.j IN GROCERIES f
proud of their Steam Laundry. have been in effect in the themselves.
(Name on application.) League the attendance at the and were en- I Read the Morning Sentinel for thp
throughout the circuit has to succeed. The news. lOc. a week delivered. ..
doubled, which that spirit of a dose I
means
Read these prices and be
Orlando they have reduced prices about can do business I FOR SALE :
cent. all around the has not been a convincedCOFFEE
picked 50 cent. two years. This SCREENS WHAT AM: ..
up per ..
Steam LaundryFRENCH with, and turned SCREENS
--0-- from the exposi- BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. 5 pounds for . . . . . .$1.00
DRY CLEANERS Fed Catcher Robbed of Bank
to advertise in John W. Pounds, Agent FANCY IRISH POTATOES, per peck, . . . 25c:
LAUNDERERS
"Yip" Owens, the the country was
PHONE 88 eras catcher, is yipping The absolute lack I I Box 703 WHEAT FLAKES, :3 packages for . . . .25c
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days. "Yip" was robbed-and is the re- !' CORN, 3 cans for . . . . . . . 25c:
ular footpads this time-not i i!
umpire. NEW YORK FULL CREAM CHEESE
were the first What do
"Gee, a ball player ain't the coming fail- you

Get Behind a more anywhere," yips "Yip." history'r i a sinking : hope for in a | Make:Our Grocery Your Grocery |
to think that if a fellow I the joy zone
.
'W'eUincjt v away from a ball field J varnish ?
I But few re- ( --- --- --------
robbed of $25 or $50 by an !I
tad enjoy a really cool dry tweet I
I that he was safe. But he on the Euro- '
IIDO e. The Wellington Pipe won't Our Grocery CompanyTwo
boil won't get foul. It happened in Kansas The exposition ;
MoJ.fn robbing of "Yip." It was even in times of JHE'ON
I Phones: 3 and 200
and Yip was parading one of and exclusive

pckyourfaISc u se is and I City's famed thoroughfares. people is antag- 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
Am.ricoTJ a guy.
,35r Or, |
How de do," he said, national regret UJTROVARNISHES

4 and at once levelled a gatling has not been a : ,11 D" 111111111111111,111111111111111111111111111111 0

...:.fj "Yip's" head. "Warm probably be the : ---- -
I it? Produce your roll or I'll fair this country (; ,
bullet right through your Commercial ii
: "Yip" produced the roll i .
j ISayAl.You !! regular dollars. j j CAREY HAND

"If I had a head like HOMES I When you buy varnish for your .
want to see this new players I know I'd have floors you hope that it will improvethe
appearance of those floors and
f package Spider is introducing to guy to go ahead and shoot Heeding govern that it will be durable. FUNERAL DIRECTORAND
would have had fear.
no an approaching j
Unfortunately much that is sold for .
the market-its the swellest can resist bullets. But I ain't hundred per- I floor varnish won't realize that hope EMBALMER .
head like that, so I'm $15 on the gulf j for you.Lawson's. .
thing out in the way of little
--0-- and Port Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
awonderfuldeeplustrousfinish.ltis
Cigars. Third Major League took refuge on easily applied because it works easily. It
I is unequalled for durability and will not All calls answered Promptly Dayor
George Mogridge, the from sev- t scratch white. It dries absolutely dust.
r See him at the the !1 free in from five to seven hours and gets
cently secured from the Des coast report hard in twenty-four hours. Night. Hand Block.
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team in the Central League, is wind. Sabine i As for economy. Lustro has a covering
I that is wonderful.
running high capacity '
way getting his third major
I Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor Orlando Florida.
; jetties ;
Good and Bad trial. Mogridge was tried out already Varnish at our risk returnable if unsaUs- .
and again in 1912 by the White arrived here
Cigar StoreOrange but he was found wanting, refugees. factory.Made by Valentine & Co. PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
Sox sent him back the last
Manufacturers of
HORSES
out a string attached.
Avenue Mogridge seems to have [ VALSPAR and
his greatest fault this year- .-Italian repre VAL-EXAMEL
control-and he's been the will begin the
- of the Western circuit. He more horses for The Orlando Meat MarketT.
enough now to stand the far more than
Summer Excursion major All to be had at
gaff. been sold to the
dealer here said FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT A. YANCY, Manager
--0-- i $27,000,000 for I I STORE
Rates Moore Sated Alexander From Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Grover Alexander, the 1 I
Florida and Western Meats
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pitcher of the Phillies, owes --- .
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VIA
Moran and the teaching RIVER EXCURSIONS Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

Moore. i
Atlantic Coast Line Alexander had a world of Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders ,

and no control-when he to JacksonvilleAND Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
Standard Railroad of the South Phillies a few years ago. PHONES {Residence |33 tor. Orange Ave. .and Church St.

Dooin, then manager of the RETURN
; FROM ORLANDO came disgusted with Alex's

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$37.70 . . .Washington "Don't let him go. Hell be BREAKERS HOTEL |
, $38.70 . . .Cincinnati der some day." ;
$49.20 . . . .Chicago Dooin reluctantly accepted ) meals and berth DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA I ;
" $43.45 . . . .St. Louis advice. But as time went
$64.30 . . . .Denver didn't improve and it looked on sale. Return limit 5 days Well screened no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. ; ; .
$95.20 . . San Francisco bushes for Alex when Earl Hot and Cold running water in every room <
. Excursion rates to various then a Quaker pitcher, said APPOINTED STEAMER LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH j \

; points furnished on application. "I've been watching / > Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to
: Sold daily until September 30th.. looks like a coming star, but oT t $10 per week, American Plan. ', ',
t Limit October 31st.StopOvers change his style of delivery. New Bath House Free to Guests I !
Fast Trains don't mind 111 try to teach ; Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30: A. M. \
side arm motion." MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop. I
f Steel Pulmans Dining Cars
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For Information Call on Moore did-and Alexander
through the heart of Florida
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. the tutorship of Moore,
W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A side wheel swing, and became
Want Ads Get
Sentinel
Results
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f FOUR TRAINS OF CATTLE IN VACANCY FILLED BY COMMISSIONERS LEESBURG SETS DATE FOR TilE {

FOUR WEEKS SENT OUT OF ANCIENT CITYSt. TOTE ON BOND ISSUE


.. Arcadia, Fla.-The cattle industryof Augustine, Fla., Aug. 18.-C. L. Leesburg, Fla.-By special ordi- i i I Mrs. L.
DeSoto county is becoming a Lyon was elected a member of the nance adopted unanimously the city and
greater feature every day. Messrs. waterworks advisory board by the council has called an election for September -I,of Mr.

Seward and Wey, of cattle fame, city commissioners at the meeting yes- 11 for the purpose of voting I I Mrs.
shipped seven hundred head of cattleto terday afternoon, filling the vacancy upon the proposition to lay sewers in :esting
the Northern markets, which registered caused by the resignation of Daniel the city of Leesburg. The amount of ;have
the fourth train load in four Fitzpatrick. Mr. Lyon is manager of bonds to be voted for is $35,000, and burg.

weeks, and bespeaks for Arcadia and the local gas company interests. the system is that outlined by theJ. I Maj. J. I '
vicinity an asset of immense propor- Eugene L. Barnes resigned from B. :McCrary company in the end at t tw
com-I( a.'
tion and one that is growing in the the finances and taxation advisory plete survey and estimate Prof.

estimation of cattle buyers from the I board but the place was not filled. that company. !ka, are
North as to the quality of South Work upon the golf course will be At the same meeting bids were ':
Florida cattle proving superior to that I completed by September 23, and the opened for sidewalks totaling approx- "Iat the

of the Western product.The first week in October Donald Ross, imately 10,000 square feet, and con- Fly's
extent of this wonderful indus- the famous golf expert, will arrive, tract was let to the Edwards Construction I i Mrs. 0

try in DeSoto county can not be por- and will at once plan the greens, the company at a blanket priceof i Miss "
trayed. The great prairies and open hazards and the tees. The work of $1,050. :Fletchers
timber lands are harboring hundredsof clearing the course is progressing 'spend A

thousands of cattle living in luxury splendidly. PLAN FOR TOURISTSSt. :write a n
upon the vast resources that repre- Announcement was made yesterday I weather. 1 L-

. sent a great future for DeSoto coun- of the appointment by City Manager Augustine, Fla.-All streets '.I Mr. ..
ty. This fact acknowledged, it is I.W. L. Miller of Peter Kendrick as needing repair will be placed in first- ka News, 0
city engineer. Mr. Kendrick has been wood on
boasted that cattle raising in South class condition before the tourist sea-
be !in charge of much of the work The
Florida has been demonstrated to city's son opens. And the cost of repair
in advance of any other state in the for several months as special engi- will be very low, involving but a i has been / T3'White
country, as it is backed by a never :neer and is splendidly fitted for the small sum. !lately. Beauty"AOrMw1

failing supply of vegetation the year place. City Engineer Peter Kendrick and I them. b I.&a

round, such as no other state in the Estimates are being prepared by Street Foreman Antonio Pomar are

Union can claim.CATHOLICS the city engineer and the street fore- now going over all asphalt, asphalt- IIA results.'s BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM
man upon repairs needed on the city
maadam and shell streets and will report -
CLOSE SESSION streets. The city manager proposesto all repairs necessary. Estimateswill How Cream, ; Hoosier Cabinet Saves Steps"
have the streets placed in the best
then be made of the work to be Ise found
Toledo, Ohio.-The fourteenth an- of condition before the tourist season done and the cost of material and la- En made low price of this wonderful labor-saving machine

nual convention of the American Fed- opens. bor. All of the material will be or- Dey plan is fixed everywhere by the Hoosier fact-
Also de
eration of Catholic societies which has dered at one time, thus effecting quitea Yo pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms.
. been in session here since Sunday Guests registering at the San Juan saving in the cost.CAPABLE Ef you is delivered immediately. Order it now and
morning will close today with the hotel yesterday included F. P. Town- i two hours from your kitchen work tomorrow.

election of officers for the ensuing send, A. E. Holmes, Tampa; F. Brown, OF BROAD JUDGMENT
i En dat
year. President John Whalen, of New Philadelphia; J. V. Chase, Detroit; T. Paris.-French opinion considers it I. Dat HAND & SON
York will have opposition, althoughthe S. Stephenson, Atlanta; John F. Buf- De best
premature to see in the defeat of the I'I Dem
nomination committee appointed fington, Buffalo; A. A. Rothschild
Gounaris ministry acceptance by
yesterday would give out no informa- Harry Jarrett, Jr., Leo. Tyler, T. O. I I You Dey
Greece of the line of policy outlinedby
tion late last night. The next con- Rouse, J. F. Swindel, Jacksonville; I You eat
the quadruple entente in its last I
vention city also will be decided on. Mrs. Martha Moore, Richmond, Vt.; PERCENT
note. The Matin doubts M. Venezelos Dat brick >> Discount
New York probably will be chosen. A. R. Merriwether, Miss Elizabeth I
will take the same stand he held at II En fancy
_. McLaughlin, Sanford; W. P. Chambers I Good
the beginning of the now that
ALLEGED FILIBUSTER HELD I Atlanta; C. B. Murphy, Lake- year I I Dats
Greek opinion has been aroused
"I land; W. E. Wurnter, New York; Fred I'll die
II against idea of the least
any conces- Kase
W. Vanderpool, Florida. the benefit of
Washington, D. C.-The American I sion in :Macedonia. Hit am our cus-

schooner Isadore is being held by the I "But at least," says the Matin, "the Dat dar
treasury officials at Pensacola pend- I RESIGNS PRESIDENCY allies will find in Venezelos a states- Dat we will give a 25

ing an investigation of the destina- man capable of applying broad judgment I!,Jes ring
discount
I Lima, Peru.-Colonel Oscar Bena- cent cash on
tion of a supply of arms and ammu- and intelligence to the consid- : Dar am
nition now in dock there consigned to I vides, provisional president of Peru, eration of his country's interest." : Twix sold the
that ship. The goods are believed to resigned at a meeting of congress to- Dat De best goods during
be intended for one of the Mexican I day. Senor Don Jose Pardo was
I BUSINESS OUTLOOK GOOD No bones of July and August.
factions. I elected president of Peru at elections Dat
last May. The choice was ratified by I I i
I Duluth :Minn.-Good times in the
t Dat
INTERSTATE SHOOT ,t congress August 10. i business world was the topic informally 1 Sho ez

Chicago.The preliminary handi- I discussed today by delegates' !; Hits bilt
cap, with 684 shooters competing was I TO OPPOSE LUKE LEA ,from all over the United States here It When am de & Gore

the principal event of the day's program Memphis, Tenn.-Kenneth D. Mc- :I to attend the annual convention of I In .

f of the Interstate Associationtrap ;Kellar, of this city, congressman from j j the National Association of Mercan- I'll pack FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
shooting tournament. The Grand the tenth district, has made formal I tile Agencies. Sum dat

American handicap which will be decided -: announcement of his candidacy for II I Most of them declared the business Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.
tomorrow has attracted a record the United States senate to succeed (outlook is brighter than it has been
breaking field of 884. Senator Luke Lea, of Nashville. I for three years. and get i

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New fall gooods are arriving daily
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:: Medallions FreeWhen and naturally we are desirous of sellingall


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

HALF PRICE SALE.We
Water Color' wonderful .


CarbonThis I Scpia This style produces with These $5.00Columbia realize that your satisfaction is ,our "suc-
marvelous exactness the.
has the beau- I This is the beautiful
tiful soft style tone and deeD I brown color so much loved and flesh eyes tints, as, color well as of thoseof hair Medallions cess and that no success can be built on misrep

effect of a fine en avin1!. I by the old masters, having the costume. Should : are about double the size ,
producing the high lights ;I all the clearness and fine you wish life colors hand. resentation. Don't delay! Come today Sale will
: illustration.
painted, each color burnt of
and shadows to perfection. i tone of an etching. )n, a charge of 25c. is
'''made. only last a few days. Bargain upon bargain


1)1'SCRIPTION : awaits you at this GREAT HALF PRICE SALE. :

These beautiful Photo Medallions are the most.artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on
Ilon-corrosive metal specially prepared. The portrait IS burnt in, same as on porcelain, and covered with heavy
making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled, thus preserv
celluloid. the features of those you love. You:_ cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a fine Yowell-Buckworth Co.
IS? il 5nL"id painting. They are worth 5;>.00 each.e guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute Fac-Sira-
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f whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed. not Olrando's Largest Store "Quality Did It"
here home set forth7will be cheerfully g1V n. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Priceof

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THE DAILY TAXATION. FACING BANKRUPTCYWhile HAS RETURNED TO ORANGE ,

South Florida SentinelMORNING It is given out that the county tax gold is pouring into the COUNTYMr. l
rate this year will be not less than United States from Europe in pay-
AND WEEKLY thirty-two mills-an increase of ten ment of the vast purchases of food- : Columbus Sweat who, with his
V. 1: GLENN .............._......EdlUr
W. C.' ESSINGTO.V ......Boiintu Mtntcer mills or one per cent. over last year. stuffs and munitions of war in this family, left Orlando some time ago to
The state tax will be six mills-also country, every country in Europe is cast their lot near Plant City, ni HAPPY WEEK.
Entered at the potoffie at Orlando. FlorIda -
as Second Class Mail Matter. an increase. The city tax rate has drifting toward bankruptcy. Germanyis II illsbo rough county, where Mr.
not been fixed, but it is practically moving less rapidly toward that Sweat contemplated reaping a harveston
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
DaiJ,. 1 Yea ........................ $5.00 certain that it will also be increased, destination that France, England or growing strawberries, is again in '"
Dnij 6 Month ...................... 260Daily. to at least thirty mills. Russia, because of the fact that she Orlando. He and his family decided
I Months ...................... 125D
Uy. 1 Month ...?................... .50 This will mean a total tax rate on is raising and making at home the that there was no place like Orange

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00ALL city property of sixty-eight mills' -or materials wasted in war. All that county, where they have resided so Saturday and MondayAre
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN six and eight-tenths per cent. Germany is actually losing financially long and where their many friends
ADVANCETO Many valuations have also been in- is the loss of labor and raw material. live, so they have moved back, bag '"

ADVERTISERS creased. Her gold stays at home, and the com- and baggage. a
This is not a pleasant thing to talk parative stability of Germany's finances the very last days you can participate in the extraor- '
C.P7 f r 4UpUy ana all .ther kand.etedvertidag
mart be handed in at the bauaeu .about-but it is something in which illustrates anew the wisdom of a TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR dinary price reductions of HAPPY WEEK. Last year
office, .( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. is interested. nation industrial when
th. day before pntlicatian. This rate applies every citizen vitally achieving indepen- we inaugurated this event the results were exceedingly .
U changes for contract advertising: it 1. Seven per cent. taxation indicates dence. SALE-Ornamental] plants,poin- gratifying. We are more than pleased with the
CiTa.riibJ!fe std will be strictly adhered to. that economy has become a lost art But no one of the nations at war also settia paw-paw, jessamine and avocado and alamanders pear trees.; results so far, and in order to make a fitting FINALE TO

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discos in our present system of government, could pay its obligatons at this Apply at 300 East Concord avenue. A GREATLY APPRECIATED SALE we have still further '"
the dnued date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be state, county and municipal.In time. It is estimated that it will 8-20-lt reduced many of the wanted articles to a fraction of
continued ,t the regular ubscription rate*. a year when serious handicapshave take one-fourth the wealth produced their legitimatevalues..
until-notice to top u received.
Telephone N.eb-r ..............'.....". */ I been put upon business and in these countries to keep up the COME AND BE
HAPPY WITH US. THE SAVING
property, when depression has been' interest on the war debts after the The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's ALONE SHOULD MAKE YOU FEEL HAPPY.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913.The : the rule, when many industries have present terrible struggle is over. This
been crippled if not entirely suspended burden of debt must be paid by a I' I Here's a few of the mirth provokers for Saturdayand -
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children are beginning to show a tax rate of such proportions be- diminished and enfeebled population. Monday.WHITE .
signs of "real happiness" as the days comes well night intolerable. What can there be at the end of the Select Boarding and Day
School for Girls
for opening school draw nigh. In a year when retrenchment has I war road but either revolution or the 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915

o been the rule in practically every line I domination of Europe by military Primary, Intermediate and Academic SWISS EMBROIDERED: DRESS PATIERXS42 -
The number of work house inmates I of business under the sun, in every force?
GradesAlso to 46 inches wide in pattern lengths of 5 yards,
across the waters have very perceptibly business firm and corporation, we find A quarter century from now, unless
enough for a complete costume. The absolutely -
Music, Art, Elocution, Physical designs are
decreased since the war. the expenses of government increas- the war is followed by the repudiationof
Culture and Domestic Science. new and extremely stylish. Values to
up
o ing to such an extent that the tax debts, all the European nationsnow
For Catalogues address the Rector, $12.50,
Every bridal carriage is a reminder rate has to be hoisted to a record engaged in the conflict will be
that the ancient fallacy that two can breaking figure.It footing the bills at great sacrifice. Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M., Sat. and Mon. $4.68DRESS

live as cheaply as one still gets 'em. is now too late to help matters !The loss of life and property is Orlando, Fla.

o this year-but we shoud certainly, as mounting to such staggering figures --- GINGHAMSOf : -

What has become of the old fash- citizens, see to it that something like 'that no victory can be a profitableone the famous UTILITY AND EVERLASTING ,

ioned hay riders? The small boy at economy is enforced for future years to any of the nations involved. FIELD'SCHOCOLATE mills, absolutely fast in color, in splendid designs of

our right says they are all joy riders. -for the next few years, at any rate, The fate of Europe throws the ad- new checks; new stripes, new Tartans, and a full
o until we can recover from a period vantage of our geographical isolation, range of all the new plain colors, worth 12V-. yard
It is only the pessimist of the most of unrest, uncertainty and depletionfor : provided by nature, and our political
pronounced type who fails to see the which we are in no sense at fault. !isolation, secured through our adherence Sat. and Mon. 10 yds for 85c.

signs of rapidly advancing prosperity. -Tampa Tribune. i to the line of conduct laid
CHEVIOT SHIRTINGSThe
o o down by Washington and his associate -
There is always one good thing to WOMAN WHO SPENDS. r founders of the republic, into more VANILLA best quality made, the finest for hard wear, ina

remember and that is, you can alwaysget Professor O'Bolger, of the University -I vivid prominence. This has long been PEACH splendid range of checks, stripes and plain colors.

a battery charged when you pay of Pennsylvania, pays his caustic the happiest land of all, and after CARAMEL Sat. and Mon. 10 yds for 89c.
for it. compliments to the woman who does I ths Europeani cataclysm our nation

o not care how her husband earns the will be the most fortunate of all the ICE CREAMS. 1000 YARDS BEAUTIFUL LACESIn -
Kansas is reported to have difficulty money, as long as he gives her all she I great powers of the world. Yet we
Edges, Insertions, Bandings, etc., and in widths
getting hands to harvest the wants. It is assuredly the pathetic :cannot be unmoved by the horrors of
from 3 in to 10 inches, Shadows Duchess Yak.
,
crops. Perhaps it's because of the fact in some households that one-half the struggle across the sea, or indifferent ;
Maltese and other makes. Many worth 50c. to 75c.
drouth. does not know how the other half to the terrible consequences of
o lives. There is not even a faint approximation I. the insensate folly which has laid CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, l@c. Sat. and !Mon. lOc. a yard
The conditions in Mexico still con- to community of interest. :upon the world this awful scourge.-
tinue grave, and really]] there seems to Some husbands deliberately exclude I Muncie Press. FANCY DRESS LAWNS AND BATISTESIn -

be no hope beyond the grave for some their wives from a knowledge of their a host of charming designs and colorings on both
of those poor old "greasers." I concerns, because when they come WHY FORD USES PAPERS CLUB SANDWICH 25c. light and dark grounds; all this season's productions,

o home at the close of a tired working Speaking before the St. Louis Ad- 121jc. and 15c. values.
It's going to be a short orange sea- day they wish to hear no more of bus vertising club recently, C. A. Brown-

son and we hope no one will]] try to iness. That desire may be under ell, who has been advertising manager Sat. and Mon. 8 yds for 69c.
dispose of stuff. Wait for We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed
green the stood. Yet there is such a thing as of the Ford Motor Company for
wagon and we all will take a ride. domestic accord based
complete on a nine years said: and Delivered for AH
o parallelism of tastes and sympathiesas "Our advertising department in DON'T FORGET TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF
It is becoming dry in these parts well' as on the fundamental fact ofa buying advertising, is absolutely devoid Occasions THE BIG VALUES WE ARE OFFERING
and we should at least be new fash- real and lasting affection. It is not of sentiment, as in the buyingof
ioned enough to recognize an old fash- necessary for a woman to know every vanadium steel or any other mer- SHIRTING MADRAS, all new goods, All this sea- .
ioned rain and its value when we see technical detail of a complex enter- chandise. We figure that it Is as sons designs; 25c.: and 35c. values.

it. prise in order to give the inspirationand I much a part of the cost of producingan .
-- the strength of her interest to automobile as is the steering Sat. and Mon. 19c.
An inventor of waterproof paint him who wins the daily bread for both I wheel or the carburetor, and we buy MCCRACKEN'S
advertises that the world was ever of them and for a dependent house- our advertising in as cold blooded a

benefited by his discovery. Why not hold. But on the selfish woman, who way as we do the steering wheel. For 2000 YARDS SWISS EMBROIDERIES '"

try his hand at waterproof milk and does not care what her husband does, our purpose, we almost exclusivelyuse MAGNIFICIENT designs on splendid quality of ;
stocks? asks a valued exchange. except as his work translates itself
the
because find
newspapers, we fabric. EDGES, INSERTIONS, BANDINGS, Etc
Most o into the dollar, sympathy is wasted. that through them we reach the peo- When it comes to delicious light Widths from 2 to 10 inches; values up to 39c. ;
men have moments when they She is willing that he shall pawn his ple along the lines of the least resist-
think they could run things better very soul for pottage. Luxury is the ance. Sat. and Mon. quantity lOc yd A.
than they are run, but it is very breath of the life she knows; avarice "One of the reasons for selectingthe WAFFLES any
doubtful if they could make the peach and envy are her consuming passions.His newspapers is that we have HAND BAGS- t

season fit as closely into the guava fate is pitiable whose destiny is learned to follow the local advertis- AND 30 only Fancy leather and corded silk in all colors,

season.A one with hers, who must give his daysto ers' lead. We have for a long time worth $1.50 to $2.50. ;

o appease the insatiable.The used the so-called national magazines SYRUP Sat. and Mon. choice 98c.
Northern exchange says when o I but I would rather, 10 to 1, insert your
there comes a hot summer ice is high jitney has caused consternationto I a moderate sized copy in a news- THIS IS ONE OF OUR FANCY FANS- .
because it melts so fast. In a cool the street railway companies of paper than in any of the national
like Your choice of over 250 facinators. Values lOc. to
summer the present one, ice is
many cities and the competition is magazines, because I know that thereit SPECIALS
high because it does not sell so well, such that some fear approaching will come face to face with the I 50

and the icemen have to live. bankruptcy. In Orlando it's different man who is going to buy a car along- 15 centsCatering cents.Sat.. and Mon. Half PriceNEW
o -nothing could be better for the com- side the intimate reading matter thatis
In the advertisements in the Sentinel munity, it is welcomed, and the Sen- part of the daily reading. It is SUMMER WAISTSAn -
today there is a special messageto tinel hopes will' reap a harvest for because of this possibility of gettingin opportune purchase just made by our buyer whilein
potato growers, the best individualcrop its ambitious close touch with them
promoter.o personal
New York. Made of exceedingly fine qualities of sheer .
that can be raised in Florida, o that we use newspapers, and I Organdy and French Voiles, daintly trimmed in rich ..
from a one man's viewpoint. Read is said that no red headed man would rather be where the mass of To Those qualities of Valiencennes and Fillet laces and combination
its and then if you are interested inpotato was ever bald, and yet on the other advertising is, in the newspapers that color effects.
industry, get your seed now. hand no bald headed man has the most than not. Place it in
ever carry Who Care No. 1 worth $1.50 and $2.00, Sat'y and Mon'y__98c '"
o confessed that he had red hair. the paper that is most used. worth and and
Reports circulated in financial cir- No. 2, $2.50 $3.00, Sat'y Mon'y $1.98

cles in South Florida indicate very ,.
strongly that this will be the richest MEN'S FURNISHINGS
season in many sections in years- t
especially]] those who have good hard On Saturday and Monday you may have your t

roads. This part of Florida has never choice of any PALM BEACH SUIT in the store,
,
been "hard hit" and attributes its
worth to $8.00
prosperity to its improved highways.A ? up "
00
Gern: $ 2 Sat. and Mon. for $3.98

A dispatch from Paris tells]] an interesting e .
story of how a mortally]]

wounded of a charge soldier and sprang exclaimed up in the to face his "Little Ned" $1.85Sweet I OUR GROCERY[ DEPARTMENT

stricken comrades, "Up dead, and at
I
them!" The hero's capacity for do- Have many dainty confections that will appeal irresist-
ing heroic things is scarcely greater ibly to the heat-tried housewife. Try some of them. They'll
than the reporter's capacity for put- not only save the gas bills and the trying times over a
ting heroic epigrams in his mouth, Feeds containing no byproducts.Just hot stove but reveal to you many new dishes that can
which very few heroes take time to be made at very trifling cost.

say. e enough molasses to make them ap 1

That was a "just judge" who, in
Orlando a few days ago, refused to
Give them trial.
perform -marriage ceremony because petizing. a

the bride was too young. The ificksollIvosF
marriage license was obtained by the i
young man who said that the girl was
19 years old. When the young couple
went before Judge William Martin to 1t
be married, the judge looked at the The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.

girl and decided that she was not over .DP[ ARTMfNT STORE.

12 o r13 years old. lIe then tore up S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ... ...
the license, lectured the young man i .
and told the girl she had better go :

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MISS LEY TO OPENKINDERGARTEN SURPRISE FOR
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IN ORLANDO. I ODD FELLOWS.Just s x r
Miss Hallie Ley, who for two years at the close of their meeting +' }
has had charge of the Kindergartenwork last evening the brothers of Seminol

,. of the English Classical school, Encampment No. 13, I. O. O. F., enjoyed f 1
is in the city for a few days' visit to a very happy surprise whe
her sister, :Mrs. T. F. Alexander, in Sister Anderson, noble grand of Orlando -
Suburb BeautifuL Miss Ley's many l Rebekah Lodge No. 12, invitee
friends and former patrons will ret patriarchs to the banquet hall to JESSE L. LASKY
gret to learn that she will not be in i I partake of refreshments in honor of Presents the :Marvelous: Emotional

school work in Tampa this winter, although the fiftieth anniversary of the birthday StarCHARLOTTEVALKER

her old position was open to of her husband, Brother F. L. An
o
her and urged upon her by Miss derson. (n that Supreme Life Drama of the O
White, principal of the English classical A large number of sisters were Slums by CHARLES KENYON, THE BEAUTY OF WOMENis

Those hidden qual school.In present and everybody was happy till l entitled I. enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres, earrings, etc.
view of the fact that her par a late hour. Our stock has been very carefuly selected and it contains not a

ities which the ents, Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley, now re We hope Brother Anderson will remember single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride, sweetheart,
are side in Orlando, and that she has the event fifty years more. sister or wife. Come and enjoy a look over it. I
most flattering offers to open kinder "One Who Was There:'
real source of responsiveness -garten Work in that city, she has deft -0llr. ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.U

nitely decided to accept the offer ten and Mrs. Roy E. :Martin: have
and dered. A feature, therefore, of her I [I b .d 11]
returned
present visit is to superintend the after spending to their a month home or in six Orlando week e ,. a ,. Jt .OJ:::! .

flexibility will show packing and shipping of her furnitureand in the North and East, and the pas -
fixtures to her new home-Tam- few days in Jacksonville. While here, If quality for a low price is an objectour
pa Times.MATIIERSSANBORN.. they were the guests of Mrs. Martin' wall papers will win your favor.
themselves beforeyou -0- For the next 30 days we will offer for
cousin :Mrs.: Eva Barton, at her horn
sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
in Springfield.-Times-Union. from Ic. to 5c. per rot!. Now is the
have been at A simple but pretty marriage core -0- time to buy, and do your papering
mony was that which united in mar W. A. Holshouser with Mrs. Hols when you get ready.

the wheel five min riage Miss Annie May Mathers to Mr. jhouser and daughter departed toda Grade We also Paints carry, Oils a full and line Varnishes.of High-
Paul W. Sanborn at the home of the- for Orlando. Having cast his ballot
dr We invite to call and
bride's parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. HenryC. at the brick road election Mr. Hols d.2t'f stock.Orlando. you inspectour

r utes. Mathers, at Little Creek, nine mile houser decided to take a vacation trip MI Y I +
east of Orlando, Wednesday evening.The into Orange county, where he will! i

ceremony was performed b y greet many old time friends.-St. Petersburg Paint & Wall Paper O
Rev. E. T. Poulson, pastor of the Firs Independent. S un
Baptist church of this city, in the '"KINDLING" 205 S. Orange Avenue

presence of a large number of rela Dr. J. J. Hall, prominently connected Offered for the screen by arrangement COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261IMttiiairMiiHIHIiiMC
tives and friends. with the
American Peace Society, with E. J. Bowes
It gets away in The bride is the possesor of many Atlanta, Ga., spent yesterday in Orlando A masterpiece of modern realism .>. >OMtMMMIIIIMMIMThe .
attainments that enable a woman to with his friend, Rev. G. E. with a terrific lesson. A drama that
stantaneously. The made a real home. She has many ac Guild. Dr. Hall left in the afternoonfor hits at the careless landlords of vile
complishments, but shining abov Sanford where he delivered one of A
tenements. Broadway success that New Ice
them all is a beautiful character in his famous lectures that night. I Company :
has
motor have made the world better, and thrills
seems to which the most ennobling Christianvirtues -
every spectator with genuine emotion. I
predominate.Mr. Mrs. J. W. Pace and daughter, Mis The most wonderful mother- PHONE 675
more and still more Sanborn has been a resident o f Winnie, who have been visiting relatives drama ever written
Orlando for several years and is en and friends at their formerhome
when gaged in the insurance business, and in Alton, Va., returned to Orlando FIVE ACTS Delivery Daily
power occa- is also 10 cents 20 cents
popular with a wide circle o f yesterday afternoon, and are
friends, who extend congratulations.0 again at their pretty suburban home
sion requires. On -0- TOMORROW: "Lifting the Ban of Wait foi our wagon. We think t

LEWISES LEAVE The Sisters of St. Joseph Academywill I Coventry," a Broadway Star Special,
direct drive the I FOR CHICAGO. leave tomorrow for St. Augustine in 3 acts, with 15 Vitagraph stars. you will like our ice.

I Early yesterday morning Mr. and where they will go into retreat for the
speed can be varied I Mrs. L. N. Lewis and two attractive next ten days. They will return to
children, Frances and Richmond, whoreside Orlando in ample time to open the

from low to high on South East street, left by: academy on Monday, September 20. ROOf GARDfN i ; The New Ice Company j .
auto for a two months visit in Chi I
cago. They will go by way of Gainesville Mrs. Katie Bishop and daughter < i
with exceptiona and Atlanta, stopping for a few Miss Ardis, were among the Orlan t l llllltllMMMMIMMIMMIMIM8HtMIMlHIMMtM(
days in the latter city. The entire ites leaving yesterday afternoon over
smoothness. Ob round trip will be made in the car the Atlantic Coast Line for Salt]
While in Chicago they will stop at Lake, Utah, where they expect to remain TODAY"UNFOUNDED MMilMllitMMtllMIMIMIIIIIIMIIMIMIMtMI .

viously these features 5936 Sangamon street. for some time.
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TRAP FAILED Winter Park, like Orlando, enjoy JEALOUSY"
are the direct TO WORK. the customary half holiday in a quiet :in two parts. A drama. I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ; ; j

Bad luck seems to attend the efforts way yesterday, and there, as here
result of close, careful of the Orlando Gun Club to boating and bathing seemed to be the

stage a match for beginners at the most highly favored means of reccee a"PATIiE WEEKLY"All .
manufacturing Country Club. Yesterday was th tion. ,A
second time that the trap failed to -0- the latest news. 4
work. However, another try will be Mr. Thomas Adkins and Miss Lilla

made next Thursday and the third attempt Johnson, of Sanford, arrived in Orlando 4
it is hoped will be more successful yesterday afternoon to visitMrs. "nO IIET AND JULIO"
The Wheelbase i is than were the first two. S. L. Johnson. CURTIS & O'NEAL ;
Annimated
Cartoon Comedy.
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CABARET DANCE Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Atwood returned \

_.. 110 inches AT McCRACKEN'S. yesterday from Atlanta, Ga., where .. Insurance Loans Real Estate t
Rivalling in splendor the successesof they have ben spending some time. The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN :

the cabaret dances;: in New York, Rentals
The One-Price Theater :
Chicago Seattle, Washington, and Mrs. L. L. Terry and children left .
other great cities of the land was the yesterday afternoon for Tampa where .
cabaret dance at McCracken's last they will visit relatives.A .
Dress pattern given at 9 : t
night. The house was packed with away .

people and the dancing was much enjoyed MONSTER FRESH WATER FISH o'clock tonight. : tt
by all. Music was furnished by .

McIntosh's orchestra. What is universally conceded to be .. .
a O
$850.0f. one of the largest fresh water fish 10 cents 5 cents : ,. -.T
C. W.'s OF THE CHRISTIAN ever taken from any of the lakes adjacent .. : ESTABLISHED 1886 '
CHURCH MEET. to Orlando .
and what may have ;
The Christian Workers were entertained been> the grandparent of all the fishes Saturday night, 4-reel feature, \:
b. OrlandoPhillips Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.Parrish in beautiful Lake Eola, was discovered .
o. at Glendale Apartments, on by Mr. B. L. Blair, superintendent "Traitors to their King." I .ilMIMiMIMIIMIMMIMIIIiiitlMIMIIIIIIIIIIIlint

South West street. After the usual of parks, floating near the shoreof I
business meeting a delicious cream that lake yesterday morning. The
course was served by the hostess. fish, which was of the trout species,
There was a good attendance and weighed fifteen pounds.

SOCIETY several new NOTES members- were present. SISTER ESTHER CARLOTTA ILL It Melts in Your Mouth I

&
-- --- OF INTEREST.The .
Sister Esther Carlotta, president of
new brick road to Winter Park,
the Florida division
of the United
which is open from the Virginia .
ave-
Daughters of the Confederacy, has DAILY BULLETIN
nue crossing north,
was tried out
yesterday been> quite ill at her home, Rest 1
by numbers of
jolly automobilearties
: Haven, on Rhode avenue, for the paste
> who were out '
enjoying th
week or ten days. PEACH
Yesterday and today
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fine breezes I
and getting an idea ofwhat
more VANILLA
'SW automobiling in Orange county received regarding encouraging her condition.-St.reports were SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL
will be like after the completion of Augustine Record. t
the system of brick highways. PINEAPPLE
Lemon Ice Grape Ice .
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The Thursday half holidays FIFTY BARRELS OF SEED t
are being POTATOES CHERRY I
T greatly enjoyed these warm sum CARAMEL
mer days. Almost every suitable lake Spaulding No. 4, and Red Triumph I\
in the vicinity of the city is visited by I Seed Potatoes. John F. Empie Gro-
numbers of parties of young people :ery.. Orange avenue. 8-20-3t* We deliver from one quart up i
Yesterday was no exception to the
rule; in fact it seemed that the crowdsof

& bathers were, if possible, more FavoriteTODAY'S .
numerous than usual. t

The W. C. T.-0-U. will meet in theadies' PROGRAM Hand's Pure Ice Cream I
Fire
I parlor of the Baptist church Big Reels
Broncho. "The Renegade." A drama ,
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock; subject in two
Sons "Scientific Instruction in the Beauty. "No parts.Quarter." Comedy. Phone 566 and 666 !
Public Schools." Mrs. George Bensch- Pathe. "New Exploits of Elaine. t E
bach, leader. Refreshments served "The Vengeance of Wu Fang," in two
t parts Don't fail to see this episode.
later. Every one cordially invited. Admission: adults lOc, children 5c. -- -- ,. f fI I


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CLUB SCORES PERISH IN STORM PROTEST OVER THE DACIA SIX DROWNED AT LAPORTESan I .
PRESSING
RACKARD'S,- I I
Dallas, Tex, Aug. 18--Scores of Washington, D. C.-With the con- Antonio, Texas.-A copy of the t
Located in the Arcade Building persons perished in the West Indian demnation of the American cotton Houston Chronicle, issued at 3:30 FOR SALE -
All work guaranteed and neat- hurricane that swept Texas coast .ship Dacia as a lawful prize by the Tuesday afternoon, received here ear- .
ly done. Our work is the best points, according to roundabout reports French courts, the case of the captureof ly today, estimates the storm dam-
and our prices are the lowest. received here today from the ships enters the sphere of diplomacy age in that city at about $1,000,000.No t
This is the place to have your mention is made of loss of life
stricken district. and unless an appeal is granteda inI I
old clothes made new. Eighteen soldiers it is said were strong protest based on a "denialof Houston, but it is stated six persons I Will offer for sale for a few days &

Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit killed at Texas City, the regular army justice probably will be drawn up :were drowned at Laporte, twenty the Avenue ,
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit camp near Galveston, and 30 or 40 by the state department to be for 'miles southeast of Houston, on Trin- property corner Orange ,

pressed _____________40c. :civilians are reported dead. warded to the French foreign office. ,ity bay.
Jackson and Boone Streets known
Beaches scrubbedand I The which is the third edition as
All Palm Six deaths are reported from La- An investigation of the conditions paper

pressed ____________50c porte, Texas, eight from Morgan'sPoint under which the former Hamburg- gives the wind velocity at 2 the skating rink for $26,000.
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. and three from Sylvan Beach. American liner was purchased will :o'clock Tuesday afternoon as fifty property,

Between 50 and 60 soldiers are said begin, it is believed, as soon as the :miles an hour and diminishing. The $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
We do ladies' work also. Giveus to have been injured at Texas City. full decision of the French courts forecast by the local weather bureau year

a trial and be convinced. While no measures had been taken reaches Washington. If it is estab- for the ensuing twenty-four hours is and interest at six per cent.
Clothes called for and delivered. looking toward relief, as the damagewas lished to the satisfaction of the Amer- "cloudy."
Phone 613. unknown, the state officials an- ican government that the transfer The Chronicle publishes no news ,
nounced that they were prepared to from the German to the American from Galveston, stating all means of .
take the situation in hand and I flag was legitimate and the change communication with that point had

promptly extend help wherever re- i of registry was made without any been interrupted since early Monday C. A. HOVEY ;
quired. I stipulations which might cause suspi- :evening.

Thai thousands of residents on the cion on its validity, a vigorous protest I .
BargainNew coastal plains country about Port I will be made against the right ofI I SERBIAN GOVERNMENT SLAPS I
Lavaca, a hundred miles west of Gal- a belligerent to interfere with foreign PAPERS FOR CRITICISING
veston, are suffering, were told in reports I built ships flying the American UNITED STATES J I

received here. It was feared flag. ,
I considerable loss of life may have re Nish, Serbia, via London. The for-
sulted. '[REORGANIZATION OF MISSOURI eign office has issued through the The Ifcvd:arikzet: '
and bath. I MOUNTAINi bureau the following statement:
house, 8 rooms Telegraph and telephone companieshave I| PACIFIC-IRON press
had large forces at work repair- I i "Some Serbian newspapers charge OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Location perfect, 4 blocks from ing lines into the storm district and I' St. Louis, Mo.-Benjamin F. Bush, I that the United States consulate in OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

center of city, east side. early today a prompt resumption of ,president of the boards of the Missouri ,Budapest is neglecting to protect our FRESH AND SALT MEATS I
service seemed probable. It was believed I Pacific and of the St. Louis, I fellow citizens in Hungary. The for-
For quick sale $3000. Cash or also train service would be gen- j Iron Mountain and Southern railways, eign ministry, profoundly convincedthat Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

terms. erally resumed.A I was appointed receiver of the two most conscientious work is being Everything screened away from the files, and kept fre+ band

long distance telephone message I j lines by Circuit Judge Adams atI I done by representatives of the United pore. .
received here today from Eagle Lake, I Woodstock Vt. The purpose of the I States, both in Serbia and abroad regrets We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Texas, sixty miles west of Houston ,receivership is to make possible an that offense should be offered everything in the Meat Line. &
CARL DANN I said the hurricane had completely 'early financial reorganization of the representatives who are rendering
subsided there at 11 o'clock last night. I'company. i great services to Serbia in voluntarily H. VT. Self & Co.
There had been some property dam- I The Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain i protecting the interests and rights of
age at Eagle Lake but no loss of life system consented to the appointment I Serbian subjects in Hungary, Ger- PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
: A. B. Cook & Co. reported" in that immediate vicinity. I lof| receivers as requested in a petition -;many and Turkey."In .
All means of communication with I filed in the federal district court. I attacking American representatives -

30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. Houston, it was said, still was inter- The Missouri Pacific filed an an- I newspapers only alienate sympathies !
.
rupted. I swer stating that the allegations in for Serbia that Americans ARE YOUR CHILDREN LEARNING MUSIC?
I the receivership suit were true. have shown on so many occasions andso

Dealers in Real Estate, In- I CORRESPONDENT VIEWS THE markedly. These vacation days should be used to interest the .
vestments and Business Oppor- WRECKED CITY OF BANKERS MEET IN FRISCO
children in some kind of a musical instrument. We furnish
tunities. GALVESTON BRAZIL WILL ISSUE PAPER 1
San Francisco, Cal.-More than 500 MONEY everything in music and musical instruments. Music rep j

Houston, Tex., via Temple and tel- bankers from every part of the United fines, elevates and trains the mind for the more strenuous I
REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS ephone to Dallas, Aug. 18.-The States are in San Francisco to at- Rio Janeiro, Brazil.-Pursuant to a
duties of life. \
Houston Chronicle prints the following tend the opening day of the thirteenth decision of the joint finance commis-

interview with J. R. Montgomery, annual convention of the American sions of the senate and the chamberof W. S. BRANCH I
LOANS Houston correspondent of the Galves- Institute of Banking. The session deputies and a recommendation of ,
MORTGAGES ton News, who got as far as Virginia will be opened with an address by the president a statute will soon be THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE ta t

Point, the north end of the causeway, President William Evans, of Phila prepared providing for an issue of a
BANK STOCKS I Tuesday, and viewed the wrecked city delphia. 350,000 contos ($191,000,000)) paper

TIMBER ; of Galveston: money. I SKATING RINKLADIES' ,
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES "I am confident the number of deadin HEALTH MEN ON GUARD I
Galveston is large. I could not see ROCK HITS TRAIN FIVE KILLED
OF ALL KINDS. New York.-Special precautions ;
an elevator on the port side of the I
were ordered today by Dr. Joseph J. I
city and opinion is that the number *
my Charleston Va.-Five
O'Connell, health officer of the portof persons SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
I of buildings destroyed will run New York, to guard against intro- were killed when the smoker and bag- DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER into the thousands."I .
car of a train on the
1 duction of cholera which is reportedto gage passenger J
-NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
believe the property loss will be
have broken out at Venice and Coal River branch of the Chesapeake
greater than that of 1900." Leghorn, Italy. Instructions have & Ohio railroad were crushed in by a INSTRUCTORS.Open .
I II Montgomery made his way to the heavy rock as the train passing *
I been issued for inspection of. was
drawbridge of the Galveston cause- a rigid through Pinnacle Tunnel Mc- 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
I passengers and crews on all ships arriving near
II way, and, owing to the fact that this Corke, W. Va. Twenty
I here from reported infected or more pas-
Cor. South Ave. and Jackson St.
Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" structure was swept away he was ports. sengers were injured.The Orange 41O
afraid to return to Houston. The man I

made the trip in an automobile."We .
I Sentinel Want Ads Pai want ad.'s the tning.
encountered indescribable con- ADMISSION CENTS .
ditions," he said. "The road bridgesat -
HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP Clear Creek and Dickinson were \ ----

washed out and we ran our automo-
E. R. AYRES .
bile over the railroad bridges and W. F. AYRES
ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST iil Proprietors and Owners
across the ties.
ORLANDO 'ROOFING
I II "We saw thousands of bales of cot-
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
ton on the prairies all the way from [ Daytona Beach HotelON ANL
Virginia Point (the mainland end of ..

the Galveston causeway) to the town OCEAN BEACH SHEET METAL CO

of La Marque, far inland. These were Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red
Phone 204 washed from Galveston docks by the
great tidal wave. Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
"The water must have been several Single and en Suite ,
feet over the causeway and serious
Rooms with Hot and Cold and Rubber RoofingsCornices
I damage must have been done to it by Surf Bathing, Dressing
Orlando Motor the washing out of large quantitiesof Shower Baths, Free to guests
Skylights .Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings .
in the center.
fillings Rates S2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week
i The railroad drawbridge has been
Car ExchangeS. Dinners 50 cents ,
washed away at Zabrook, about twenty Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

miles from Houston. Three per- BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
I I I
B. Hutton, Mgr. sons are reported to have lost their f IL L

Corner Main and East Pine :i lives at that point.SUFFRAGETTES'.

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WE BUY AND SELL USED I -TORCH STOLEN Where Shall I Go To School? Tops Backs Cushions

CARS New York.-Announcement todayof ,
I an offer of a reward of-$50 for the FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR I I TIlE STATE UNIVERSITY I
Fords A SpecialtyFORD return of the suffrage torch which WOMEN I Gainesville, Fla. Curtains, Celluloids, Bows
.
I has been carried through New York Tallahassee, Fla. j Highest standards, ranking with the I
and New Jersey in the campaign con- Standard the same as those of the
best colleges and universities in the ;'largest and best Universities of the PAINTING .
Political
TOURING CAR, Electric ducted by the Women's country. North and East.
Union disclosed the fact that the torch
I
Lights, New Tires, etc., a bar- had been stolen after a suffragette all Modern modern buildings conveniences.and equipment; j! 378 students last session. Total en-
meeting at Atlantic Highlands, N. J. 437 students regular term; 163 rollment 630, including Summer
gain at $200.See summer term; total enrollment last School.
The emblem of the suffragettes was
recently transferred from New Yorkto session 636.Tuition Free. in College and Nor- j'!: Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per Orlando Top & Trimming Co.

New Jersey with much ceremony. semester for law.
mal School. ,
t R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE
Ave. and
Central Mgr.
,
Mr. Hutton When stolen it was in the custody of For Catalogue and information, For further information, addressA.
suffragettes, who left it in an auto- writeEDWARD
CONRADI. President. MURPIIREE, President.PURE .
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Phone 617 .
The Morning Sentinel Want West Pine Sreet
Directory is the Greatest Want
Room
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Ad Medium Yowell-Duckwortb
I in Orlando Phone 161
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Terms Cash in Advance. Building

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime RATESFor A.

One Day -------_______25*. FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW ,
For Three Days -5 DAVIS ,
For Sir Days ______75c & GILES "
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ATTORNEYSATPhone
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words or less. If the ad con- .
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Room 5, Watkins Block
will be
one cent per word for 72
I each additional word, for each insertion. A
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I If you can't bring your ad to Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block :
I the office telephone No. 24. Ac- J. M. CHENEY ..
: counts opened by telephone! win be
i pajab'e the following: da4. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone .

Eery Hme-EH'rv nusin s- 87 Victor Starbuck
i Every Man has use for a
i !I Sentinel Want AI.I Rooms 15 and 16 ATTORNEYATLAWPhone

I I I Yowell-Duckworth Bldg.
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FOIL SAM.;
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I !j MULES FOR SALE R. RAY WHITE No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.

j Pair nice mare mules in good condi-
I tiou buiid'ule: fcr farm or heavy haul ,
:ing weight bout ATTORNEY-AT LAWRoom
; 1,000 pounas. Apply
I P. G. Walton, Agt. Gull Refining f.,
Co., OrlanJo, Ilorida. 7-17-tfc 41
F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla h
r FOR SALE
Full bearing orange and grapefruit and CONTRACTORPhone
grove, within 1 1.2 miles of postoffice,'
on brick road adjacent to County DR. N. L. BRYAN 37
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!Club. A splendid subdivision proposition
i at exceptional low valuation
'I for cash. Address "Prosperity," Sentinel DENTIST

All Ready for the Picnic / office. 8-14-12tc Rtms Phone 716
FOR QUICK SALE-20
acre tract 2 and 3- L. Percival
Hutton
one quarter mile from city limits;
i MANY A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVERa I very fine for citrus or subdivision pur Yowell-Duckworth Bldg
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly I 6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I SURVEYING ARCHITECT '
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. I FOR RENT

!I Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,

New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a Pleasure ,i FOR modern RENT-Six, close in.room Call bungalow 305 East, Florida. 1
Pine street. 8-15-Gtc PROMPT AND ACCURATE
_
GAS COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.You ':FOR I --- WORK :Member F. A. A.,
RENT-Lower flat, unfurnished.
never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas : Five rooms and bath; large closets;
Range. And then if you wish to close the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire fine porches; good neighborhood; everything I HAL A. IRISH ,
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. !8-17-3t new. 703 W. Central. Civil Engineer


!I FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur. 47 Watkins Bldg. Orlando, Fla. !
nished flats and
dwellings. Jas. A. e

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO I Knox. WANTED 7-9-tf Phone 72



GAS DEPARTMENT WANTED furnished-A small flat, or three Paul V. Hutchins OR. L H. RAMSDEU
or unfurnished rooms for i
.. light housekeeping, not I OPTOMETRIST
.. necessarily on
I and Counsellor at Law
.- '"' the same floor, by the moth or year; !Attorney ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
terms reasonable. Address W. D. B.,t _
Box 531. 8-18-Gt !' FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES!
Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OPOPTICAL

LOST-Somewhere between Orlando i: ORLANDO, FLA. REP ADtmG
111111111111111111111111111111111111111 .11111 U,1111111111111111111111111111111 and my place on the Conway brick''
road, two automobile tires, one new
and the other second-hand. Return
to the undersigned, or the Sentinel I f
and receive reward. W. L. Dolive. I Texaco Cut Flowers

SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ 8-18 WE etc WILL BUILD you a modern, I I I and Plants

bungalow, five large rooms, bath, Gasoline
electric lights, on a splendid lot, with
fruit and shade trees, near two lakes, Floral Designs
OCOEE FLORIDA
desirable location in the city, oneblock Gravity Test 68, the highest sold
from Orange avenue, for $1,400.
Will take $250 cash, balance $15 per in Orlando.
month, 6 per cent. interest. Tracy &
-- --- :Moore: carpenters 18 East Church
Violet Florist.
All the varieties of and street. 8-18-Gt Dell
leading Orange Grape- Coupon Book calling for 50 ..

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest I buy BUYERS, sell rent AND, and SELLERS exchange: real 1 gallons at 16 cents per gallon; J. U. CARUTHERS
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., t
delivered to home in five
.. .. .. over 30 years. Have handled over your Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
prIces .. .. .. ..
$20,000,000. Call and
see me. ((5)) gallons at one time.
1 -6-3m F. A LEWTER.

FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn
swings, and all kinds of carpenter Our always at '
The rainy season is the best time to set work go to Tracy & Moore, 18 East wagons are yourservice.

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep Church street. 7-25-lmoc CLINT BASSPHONE

To reduce our stock as much as pos _-
one year's growth in advance of trees set sible by the loth will give a discount 375
lof 25 per cent. off our regular caprice M. O. Dovell West Jefferson Street
next fall. I on any goods in store. Ham
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf Successor to
-- -- --
Umbrellas recovered and repaired & Son Hand Wood CompanyWood
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
| Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest Shop. 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2-4-lyre
of All Kinds
prices, to the above address I The hired girl has went-she was 106 Grace StreetPhone '
hired, she was tired, she was fired; PROMPT SERVICE
but smile-you can get another by 283-2 Rings REASONABLE PRICED
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.-.j'f' Mr. Hal A. Irish, the civil engineer,
(
f left yesterday for Crescent City on
..
business.Mr. .
}
I i
If f John L. Childer left yesterday I II
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; morning for Daytona Beach where he
, Travel in Panama will join the Orlando colony summering FOR EVERY
at that resort. :
and everywhere on American territoy, is simplflwd by "A.B.A.' I
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
like where a check or draft would How much did you save last monthin
. accepted currency by strangers
.
; often be refused,for want of proper identification. These cheques cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf : $10 A WEEK
{ are itlf.identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for
f business or pleasure. Mr. Robert Taylor, division passenger -

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" agent of the Atlantic Coast Line,
. with headquarters in Jacksonville, YOU SPEND
a was among the popular transportation -
men spending yesterday in Or-
,. .
lando.
'.

f Autoists and motorcyclists turnedout
; in full force yesterday afternoonand
enjoyed the Thursday half holiday -
i YOU SAVE :
it immensely. They report the roadsto
be in splendid condition in all sections -

of the county.

$10 A YEAR '
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
8-18-tf
f

t ns Mr. L. T. Crisler has gone to Fort

'. Myers to be with :Mrs. Crisler, who
3 -til. has not been enjoying the best of
r.. health recently and has decided to '
make a sojourn in that section in the
tf t hope of being benefited. IF YOU ASK FOR SAYINGS CHECKS

ft' ,
the Orlando
Guavas! Guavas! at
t Seed and Produce Co. 18-17-6tc
r
Mr. L. B. Fort left last night on
!
the 12:30 train for Jacksonville wherehe
will meet Mrs. Fort, who has been

spending some time with her parents,
i Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Badger, in Plainfield The Peoples National Bank

N. J. They will arrive in Orlando :. I

this afternoon. .

How much did-you save last month .
r in"cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

WaterIS .
Spring Mr. W. T. Jamieson, the efficient
and accommodating agent of the
Southern Express company in this .illllimilMIIIIIIIIMMI MIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM :
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, city, went up to Jacksonville yester-

i APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD day afternoon to attend a meeting ofthe .MMM Ml i > M, >'MIMMMi .
general agents of the company I
which will be held in that city today. ir iM ,
t Phone WRIGHT, 444

Deposit your Savings Checks and
TRY Better TRY let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
IT BEST IT you. 8-12-tf 4-Passenger Touring Car

Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Richardson and

I their three children, Leroy, Mark, and
__ ___
u _::- Ruth, left yesterday in their Ford car

L for Orlando, and some point on the Fully equipped. Hartford .
coast where they will enjoy the ocean
i breezes a few days before returning

t ti home.-Evinston item, in GainesvilleSun. Shock Absorbers. Repainted

,

i f Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
18-18-tf $275.00

West Orange was ably represented .
in Orlando yesterday by several well
,
i known citizens, among whom were
f Mr. B. T. Boyd, president of the Win-
ANNOUNCEMENTThe ter Garden Bank; County Commis-
sioner J. L. Dillard, and Capt. B. :\1.

+ following August 2,prices 1915: f. o. b. Detroit, effective Sims, president Nurseries of, Ocoee.the South These ApopkaCitns gen- San Juan Garage Company | [ : ..

I f tlemen looked happy, prosperous and
#! Ford Runabout ________$390.00 well, and they say things in general in Orlando-Daytona A

Ford Touring Car______ 440.00 their respective sections are growing

Ford Town Car ________ 610.00No I brighter all the time. DISTRIBUTORS ,,'-
c
speedometer included in this year's Deposit your Savings Checks and
equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped. let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tf
L There can be no assurance given against MIMIMMMMMMMM"
Guests registering at the San Juan l'III'IIIIIIII'IIII
i an advance in these prices at any time.
r hotel yesterday included J. F. Swin- MiMMMMMMMMMMM
F. G. RUSH dal, M. J. Murray, H. T. Howard, R. s
. L. McKenzietJacksonville M. L. Ben-
32 East Church Street Phone 226 edict, J. II. Holcombe, Herbert; Tait, Who Will Be Your Executor? :

Tampa; D. B. O'Kelly, Titusville; W. ,
D. V. Hopkins, H. W. Lyons, Atlanta;
A. S. Harper, Savannah; S. J. Green, ANSWER NO. 2
Otter Creek, Fla.; Dr. W. P. Crigler,
impaired as a 3s
be materially
Ocala; Geo. B. Ames, Tallahassee; S. Your estate may of executoror t : : r! r ,4
an
direct result of the appointment
----- R. Griswold, St. Louis; P. E. Hutch- eta -r
y
-- -
;
trustee.
inson, Gainesville; S. Lauphenier, Bal- -
.lllllelllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllAUTHORITIES
... = +
:
: timore; R. H. Alderman, wife and When an individual is appointed- y "

child, Sutherland; W. G. Fletcher St. The financial responsibility is generally weaker.
Augustine B. A. Inglis, Birmingham
; ; .
that the .
It is usually provided in wills person -
W. McWhord, New York. ii
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
..
from giving bonds. + ,
THE POWELL GROCERY AXD
i PRODUCE CO. When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense ,
DIFFERAs of the estate, and then only partial secu .
The place to get something good to
eat. Georgia cane syrup, country rity against loss is provided. a
smoked meat, and chickens a special- is selected-
li Trust
Company
When :
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis ty. Just received 150 head of nice a '
chickens, selling at 20c. to 22c. of financial responsibility -
advantage strong
per The positive
a certain period in the lives of most of us when our pound.
is secured.
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with M h Received today a nice lot of lIast-
ing's Garden Seed, the best seed for A bond which has behind it the entire financial
Diamonds.A the South. What we have net on strength of the Institution is always filed with

reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of i hand We will carry pet a in nice on line short of notice.Groceries, the Probate Court pi ftn ,.** to the estate. '

- pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. Fresh Vegetables Fruits Cold Drinks; Answer :No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue i +
etc. We have one of the boys in
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? Georgia buying and shipping to us as of this newspaper. r t
v.t
fast as we can sell it. "Quick sales
and small profits" is our motto. t
I CASH ONLY Come in any time and freely ask for further i
'i THE POWELL GROCERY AXD i i t information on this vitally important subject. t ) : ,, _
I PRODUCE CO. ti You are always welcome, and our officers are al'I 1 t
20-3t' 124 W. Church St. I I
ways glad to advise. -

T.D.EVANS An ad. in the Morning Serticel i is acafe

investment I I'I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBiiekniasfrr -I
JEWELER I

& ( I Orlando Florida
Briiiitligc;. ,

. OSTEOPATHS I and Profits $141,000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus
at Kirksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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