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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1915. NUMBER 161.1

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5,000 ARE HOMELESS IN ST. LOUIS FLOODS;






CRISIS BETWEEN GERMANY AND THE U. S.t



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COLISEUM OPENED STORM TO AND VICTIMS SHELTER ARMORY IS THOUGHT THAT $$1 IOO,000LAND DEAL WAS BRITAIN HAS NO TORPEDOING LOSS GRAVE AMERICAN SITUATION ARABIC LIFE AND, t




MANY HOUSES ARE SUBMERGfD LAPLAND HAS INTEREST I IN N VICE CONSUL-WILL INVESTIGAJEVill

CLOSED[ YESTERDAY A Y ; J JAMES[

Terrible Floods Sweep Over St. Endeavor to Learn if Ship
BEEN SUNK MEXICO)
Louis CountY-$500,000 Was Convoyed by War Vessels -

Damage at Belleville, L GILES[ SELLS[ BIG TRACT -Convoy Would ,

IllinoisSt. WHITE STAR LINER IN WAR WILL RECOGNIZE MAN SE- Justify Attack

ZONE BELIEVED VIC- I LECTED BY THIS GOVT.
Louis Mo., Aug. 20.More than I Washington Aug. 20.-The United

ten persons are reported to have been TIM OF SUBMARINEHCAPACmO Winter Garden LOCKIIATCIIEE CATTLE CO. MEXICAN PRES.CARRANlASTILLDEFIANTflFU.S.. States embassy at London tonight reported

drowned in floods which are sweepingover officially to the state depart-
OF SANFORD BUYS 15,000
sections of St. Louis and St. ment that five of the American passengers -
Louis county. MUNITIONS Team WinsIn ACRES IN SEMINOLE S. on board the Arabic when she

Several hundred houses are totallyor I I was torpedoed and sunk by a German ,

partly under water and the dam 14 Americans Among the 318 B BLACK C HAMMOCK NOW DRAINEDLarge Communications Indicate That submarine are not among the sur-
age will be enormous. a hotly contested game Thursday vivors.

Five thousand persons are home- Passengers on BoardDueto afternoon the Orlando baseball team He Will Resist Any Inter- The embassy adds that its private

less and the Coliseum and Armory Arrive at LiverpoolThis went down in defeat before the Winter Tract of Fertile Ham- ference by Outsidersin information shows that one missin '

have been thrown open for housingthe Garden nine, on the diamond at American Mrs.
I Josephine Bruguier,
MorningNew !\ Affairs
mock Land Now Reached
homeless. the latter city. The game was interesting of San Francisco and Newport, is
i from start to finish, both sides
Through Canals by dead. '
York Aug. 20.-Reports from Washington, Aug. 20.-Great Brit-
Damage $500,000 at Bellville ilL fighting stubbornly for the victory.The .
London and Secretary Lansing sent instructionsto
Liverpool Queenstownsay Jacksonville Boats ain and other powers have informedthe
Bellville Ill., Aug. .-Damage that the liner Lapland now in the Winter Garden team took the administration that they will rec- the American vice-consul at

estimated at $500,000 has been caused war zone has fallen victom to a German lead in the second inning. In the Ranking as one of the largest dealsin ognize any man as head of the Mex- Queenstown to make a complete investigation

by Richland creek overflowing and submarine, have caused great fourth Orlando tied the score but inthe real estate which have been put ican government who is approved by of the torpedoing of the

flooding over fifty houses..S.YY. anxiety at the offices of the White [ seventh Winter Garden again took through in this section of Florida dur- the United States. Arabic and take statements from the
the lead and held it to the close of
Star Line here today and strenuous ing the present year was the transfer This policy ha -been outlined defi- survivors under oath. F
the The score at the end of
EADER KNOW THE efforts have been made to obtain exact game. made yesterday by which James L. nitely in a verbal communication to The question as to whether or not
the ninth inning stood 9 to 7 in favorof
ANSWERA : inTurmaticn ag to her safety or Giles of this city closed out his 15,000 the state department.It the Arabic was convoyed by the Brit- ,
the west Orange team.
i destruction.She acres of prairie lands in the eastern was learned today that a definite ish government is, apparently the
Two vf +ha
star features of the
lady subscriber writes to ask if was due to arrive at Liverpoollate game were the two double Wlavs by part of Seminole county to the Lock- understanding has been reached. keynote to the new crisis between the) ,

anyone can tell her through the columns today or early tomorrow morn- Winter Garden the first being Iron,'I;lharhee: Cattle company which is Great Britain has informed the United States and Germany.

of the Sentinel how to keep ants Pounds :compusoj )f several of the leading state department that she has no interest Unless the liner was actually con.
ing.The Boyd, pitcher to Clyde at second -
from small trees. Doubtless there Lapland sailed from this porton and from Pounds to Graves at citizens of Sem...j0 .Bounty. in the matter other than the voyed and the convoy ships were in

are many others who would be gladto August 12 for Liverpool with 318 first base; the second was pulled off This tract contains sotit--.r the desire to see peace and order restored striking distance it is the attitude of'J

obtain the same information as the passengers including 14 Americans, by Sanders, shortstop Pounds and best prairie land to be found in IW tnd that she will follow the lead of the state department that Germanyhad

ant at times becomes quite a pest by and a capacity cargo of war muni- Graves. f(I state and will be used by the Lock- this o._!.+rr no justification whatever for at-

attacking young and tender trees and tions and other supplies.It Score I hatchee company for developing an That tlie--cent-J w by innings:
growing plants. If any reader knows is conceded by the owners thatif R. H. E. immense ranch. Cattle hogs and republics will do the -4. ,e is as- warning and sufficient time for all onkoard

of a remedy an answer would be ap she has not been destroyed good Orlando ____400100020-7 6 5 horses will be raised in large num sured.- -- to get away in the life boats.
predated. luck alone has saved her in the lightof W. Garden-4 0 0 0 4 0 x-9 13 5 bers. The statements issued today by the "*"* n if the Arabic had been convoyed j

late news regarding the activity of Just to the south of the property : Carranza headquarters in this city indicate y>r%...._ Diving her the status of +

PRESIDENT WIRES SYMPATHY : the Germans in British waters. BASEBALL RESULTS which was transferred yesterday is a plainly that Carranza and his a suspected .s)..... -+. P American administration *

cattle ranch of 35,000 acres, which is generals will not heed the appeals of is not prep_ to accept '

Washington D. C.-President Wilson LEO M. FRANK BURIED American League owned and operated by a number of the recent conference for the adop- .this as justifying the attack e&llUVJn7

today telegraphed to Gov. Ferguson Cleveland' 0, Washington 8. the members of the firm which pur- tion of measures that will speedilyrestore the physical presence of the convoyson

expressing sympathy for Texas New York.-The body of Leo M. Detroit 11, Philadelphia 1. chased the Giles tract. peace.Communications. the scene of the attack the admin-

over the effects of the storm. Frank who was lynched near Mari- Chicago 1, Boston 4. Mr. Giles has been the owner of the from Carranza'sofficers istration holds would be regarded as

The president's telegram said: etta, Ga., Tuesday morning today( St. Louis-New York rain. Seminole property for some six or in the field indicate their pur- a full justification. j.

"Am sure that I speak for the whole was buried in Mt. Carmel cemetery Federal League seven years. It is understood that pose to resist any interference by this The administration is willing to

nation in expressing the deepest distress Brooklyn. The automobile hearse and Brooklyn 8, St. Louis 1. the sale price was above the $100,000 government and other American republics concede that the merchantman sur-

and sympathy that storm should the cars carrying the immediate rela- Buffalo 7, Chicago 3. mark a figure which probably sets in Mexican affairs. renders her rights as such when she

have brought fresh disaster upon Gal- tives of the dead man travelled at a Baltimore 4, Kansas City 8. another high water mark for the This defiance makes the situationin is accompanied by warship convoys.

veston and the coasts of your great high rate of speed over the six mile All scheduled. transfer of Florida realty in large regard to Mexico once more acute. Official reports that the survivors

state. Is there anything that we here route from the home of Frank's par- National League blocks. The policy which will be adopted by remained in the water for four and a

can do to render help?" ents to the cemetery in a vain at- New York 7, Cincinnati 0. The Lockhatchee company is com- President Wilson after his conference half hours have probably convinced .I

tempt to elude the newspaper men Brooklyn 6, Chicago 5. posed of the following prominent res- tomorrow Brazilian' with minister Senor to Cardoza Mexico,, who the the officials that the Arabic was with- t;

SEND BREAD TO GALVESTON and photographers.Frank's Boston 1, St. Louis 0. idents of Sanford: W. S. Hand, pres- after American interests is out convoy.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ru- looked Until a full report has been received i
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 3. ident; T. I. Hawkins Chas. :M. Hand,
Dallas Tex.-Ten thousand loavesof dolph Frank the widow and Frank'ssister awaited with much anxiety. by the adminstration President Wilson ,
Southern League L. A. Brumley and S. Puleston. These
refused discuss
bread were shipped from Dallas to Mrs. Otto Stern and her hus- Cardoza today to i will hold judgment, as this time
Atlanta 5-2 Little Rock 0-3. gentlemen are already rated among I Mexico.
situation in
Houston late today to be forwardedas band, occupied the automobile that the the situation is one of extreme grav- ,
Nashville 7, Mobile 5. the heaviest cattle dealers in the state'
received
quickly as possible to Galveston. followed the hearse. A dozen other He was formally by Secre- ty, with indications pointing to the '
Chattanooga 1-0. Birmingham 0-0; and the addition of this big tract of
Mayor Lindsley ordered the bread on relatives and friends occupied three tary Lansing. violation by Germany of this govern-
land will enable them
second game nine innings darkness.All to considerably the Brazil-
request of Mayor Fisher of Galvestonto additional automobiles.A Acompanied by Lansing ment's warning concerning the pro- '
scheduled. increase their holdings of live stock. Presi-
mayors of other Texas cities that crowd of scarcely more than a ian minster will confer with tection of neutrals on the high seas. ,
Mr. Giles is of the largest real .
one
dent Wilson tomorrow at length.3IARIES
they buy bread for which the city of hundred people were in front of the .
CAN HANDLE SITUATION estate operators in Orange county if
Galveston would reimburse them. 'Frank home when the body was carried -
not in the state. In addition to the ST. ) '
I out at 9:10 o'clock. Twenty min- LANDED IN MARC 2 MEMBERS CO. C ElIGIBLESgt.
utes later the hearse had arrived at Houston Tex.-Gov. James E. Ferguson Seminole property which he sold yes- I1A YTI. IN SPITE OF

DEATH OF T. A. YANCEYProminent the cemetery and ten minutes after of Texas who took charge of terday he is the largest owner in the OPPOSITION

that the last burial services were con- general relief work for southeast famous Black Hammock, which is also R. W. Hyer and Corp. It. P.

cluded.' Texas here today issued the follow- located in Seminole county. His tractis Washington D. C.-One companyof Taylor Among 30 From
Citizen of Orlando located on the south side of Lake
Some curious persons were in the ing statement: American marines has landed at .
Whom State Team Will
Died Early Yesterday at St. cemetery when Frank's body arrived. "I trust the papers of the countrywill Jessup and will be subdivided into ten St. Marc Hayti and taken control of

Luke's HospitalFuneral They crowded close to the grave dur- be careful in their statements of acre plats and placed on the market the town. An attempt to oppose the Be Selected

ing the services. conditions in the storm areas. My information this cominginter.. landing failed.
Tomorrow now is that the loss of life The owners of the Black Hammock I 'Admiral Caperton has reportedthat Jacksonville Fla., Aug. 20.-Thirty
which about have the United States Castine marksmen of the N. G. F., out of 1
is not great and the local authoritieswill contains 6,000 acres, ship
Thomas A. Yancey Sr., who has MAROWIJNE STILL MISSING
in and landed of marines at St. whom fifteen will be selected on Sep- ,
be able to handle the situation just spent $50,000 drainage one company
been very ill for some days at St. i without outside assistance. Every- canal building.' The entire tract is a Marc, Hayti and has assumed controlof tember 21 to represent Florida in the -

Luke's hospital died at an early hour New Orleans, La.-The United< thing possible is being done to relieve network of canals and laterals which that town. The occupation of St. National rifle shoot at the state campgrounds o

yesterday morning aged 55 years. Fruit liner Marowijne overdue here conditions." insure control of the water level. The Marc will serve to guard the food sup- which will be held in Octo- K
from Belize Honduras since Monday; ber, left for their respective homes .
for the of Port Prince.
ply city au
His death due immediately to
was 1
night had not ben heard from early; last
the dissatisfied residents of night.
heart failure. The funeral will be today according to local officials of Novogeorgievsk Falls The Last St.Among Marc an attempt was made to organize The competition was brought to a .\

held from his late residence 710 Di- the line. The vessel has aboard thir- ; an armed opposition to the close on account of the arrival todayof
vision street, Sunday afternoon at ty-five passengers and a crew esti- =
the national guardsmen who will
landing force but this effort was not
3:30 o'clock conducted by Rev. Tol- mated at from twenty-five to forty. Russian Fortress In Poland successful and some dissatisfied Hay camp eight days on the State camp
Fear is felt for the safety of the
son.Mr. tiens with arms left for the moun- grounds. The contestants made many
Yancey is survived by his wife, steamer as she was supposed to have high and it is expected that
scores
tains before the landing occurred.
Berlin via London Aug. 20.-Official Germans was described by an Associated -
a daughter. Miss Sarah, and a son, encountered the tropical hurricane the Florida team will make an excel-
T. A. Yancey Jr. Saturday. announcement was made here today Press correspondent, who visited lent showing.Two .

A loving and devoted husband and i of the capture of the important it yesterday as a second Vicks- THE WEATHERFor members of Company C were
Russian fortress of Novogeorgievsk, burg on account of its postiion. It is
and
father a faithful sympatheticfriend WHITE STAR LINER BOVIC IS listed the thirty marksmen
with among
Unsettled local
Florida ,
:
and liberal- with more than 20,000 men. 19 miles northwest of Warsaw and is x
large-hearted
a SAFE these being
making highest
the showers Saturday; moderate south scores
The statement follows: situated at junction of the Vis
minded citizen has passed from our
Sergeant R. W. Hyer and Corporal t
"The fortress of Novogeorgievsk, tula, Narew and Wkra rivers. So longas winds.
midst. His life is written the
story Liverpool Aug. 20.-The White P.. P. Taylor.
book is sealed and in the possessionof Star liner Bovic which was reportedto the enemy's last bulwark in Poland, the Russians retained it they could I -
has been after stubborn re stop communication on the Vistula. property when sold in small tracts
an All Loving and an All Merciful have been sunk by a submarine, is captured TANKER BRINDILLA RELEASED
cultivated in date and
Father. sistance. For nearly two weeks the fortress I and an up to ,
Nothing that we can say safe here.
will add I "The entire garrison including over had been completely invested by the [scientific manner is destined to form
to or retract from that rec- Washington, D. C Advices to the
lone of the most productive garden
of and several of the
ord. But 20,000 men and an enormous stock Germans outlying
it and
is eminently fitting STEAMER GRODNO
SUNKLondon.
the world.A state department today said thq)
that war material fell into our hands. forts were captured earlier this week.It spots in
proper we should bear testimonyto
American tanker Brindilla, formerlyof
canal connects the tract with .
"The left for Novogeor- was strongly equipped with suffi-
the fact that he was highly respected .-The Wilson liner Grodno emperor German registry, had been released ,+ -
Lake Jessup and the St. Johns river
gievsk in order to give the thanks of cient ammunition and food suppliesfor
by all whose privilege it was of Hull 1,985 tons gross has been with her cargo by the British author- .
thus making it accessible for the
to know him. himself and the fatherland to the a long period. Its speedy capture
sunk. Her crew was saved. Jacksonville boats which will ities at KirkwalL The Brindilla is a ....
large
The Sentinel leader of the attack General von Bes- doubtless represents another triumphfor
extends to the rela- Standard Oil vessel and carries a cargo _
and his the German-Austrian siege give direct shipping facilities at rea- '
ler troops. great
tives of
Mr. Yancey its most sincere The best Wright & Ditson tennis sonable rates. of oil for Malmo, Sweden.
sympathy in their keen bereavement. balls, 35 cents. Curtis & O'NeaL Novogeorgievsk, captured by the guns.

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FRANCE EXPRESSES ITS VIEWSOF THE POWELL GROCERY AND

ARCADE U. S. COTTON PRODUCE CO.
DAILY SPORT LETTER The place to get something good to

eat. Georgia cane syrup, country
Paris.-The Temps today examinesat AUTOYASIIING\ STATION
smoked meat, and chickens a specialty. -
BY FRANK G. MENKE length the considerations which Just received 150 head of nice

l. MILKDEPOT The Famous New York Sporting would authorize the allies in making chickens, selling at 20c. to 22c. per I

Expert. cotton contraband. It says this move- pound.Received today a nice lot of Hast-I THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

ment would reduce the number of ing's Garden Seed, the best seed for I

;: New York.-From out of the heated ; misunderstandings, but would injurethe the South. What we have not on
i I hand will get in on short notice. REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.
confines of Tucson, Arizona, comes a I American planter.
k We a nice line of Groceries, "
ir The Journal alludes to the policy of carry Known as "The Handy Man.
------ story of wonderful l invention-the Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Cold Drinks
Mexican golf ball. Great Britain and France of avoidingin etcVe have one of the boys in ---- ---
jumping
Georgia buying and shipping to us as
BUTTER MILK every way possible injury to neu-
The ball is so constructed that fast as we can sell it. "Quick sales WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-
into the shade of long tral property and giving prompt rep- I and small is motto.
f- Fresh Every Day. when it gets profits" our
chine Work guaranteed.
other aration for unavoidable losses, with CASH ONLY. parts.
casual
grass, or sinks into or
5c. per glass "the German submarine war of indiscriminate THE POWELL GROCERY AND
water, it immediately begins to jump,
PRODUCE CO. GASOLINE AND OIL
destruction of
; 25c.per gallon commerce on
and it jumps so high that it clears the 8-20-3t 124 W. Church St.
'i visibleto the seas including the murder of neu-
water or grass and is plainly -- -- -
-- CREAM BUTTER AND MILK the searcher.The trals without notice." I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

Mexican jumping bean forms
BRITAIN WILL DRAW ON
CANADA'S
Fresh Homemade the core, together with a little grub What do
you
\ WHEAT CROP
I
t worm. Now these worms dislike

SANDWICHES shade and as soon as a ball goes intoa ) hope for in a
Ottawa Ont.-The British
.: PIES AND CAKES shady place, such as high grass or govern-

water, the worm begins to flap its ment today asked for an estimate of varnish ?
tail. In flapping it naturally will hit the amount of Canadian wheat that SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !

will be available for
export.
ARCADEMILKDEPOTt the jumping bean, which, upon being The authorities put the'amount at Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If

3 flapped, immediately begins to jump. 'about 175,000,000 bushels. I not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem-

This new invention is expected to The chief matter of concern to Brit- JHE'ON ber we have nothing but FRESII RELIABLE SEEDS.
prove a great boon to golfers who II
ish officials has been the shortage of I OUR IRISH POTATOESare
have a faculty of driving wild and
vessels. It is hoped the British ad- here waiting for you. Prices right.
dark
sending their ball into damp
AN UNSOLICITED{ LETTERWant miralty will undertake to supply U TROV4RYfsffEj Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE -
places.
ships for export of grain. ? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow-

-()- ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit ,pur-
to compliment you for What Kind of a Crowd Fred?
NEW YORK COTTON chaser. 25c. packages and up.
the excellent work you have done "Ball players" asserts Frederick ,

for me. i Clarke, boss of the Pirates, "play bet-
New York.-The cotton market Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
Have been coming to Florida ter, snappier baseball' when a crowdis
opened steady at a decline of four to
for 30 years and have had work present. Crowd of girls, umpires, Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.
five points today in to dis-
done from Jacksonville to Key policemen, or what kind of a crowd? response When you buy varnish for your PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY
appointing Liverpool cables. There floors you hope that it will improvethe
West St. Augustine to Pensacola -
appeared to be some scattered liqui- appearance of those floors and
and I can truthfully say I Selling Spent BulletsA that it will be durable.
dation or realizing by yesterday'sbuyers
r have never had such excellent Western gun club which has but well Unfortunately much that is sold for
offerings were fairly
work: done for me, as you have maintained the same shooting range floor varnish won't realize that hope
taken, and the market soon regaineda
done. The proprietors of the for many years, recently delegated a for YOLLawson's
steady tone definite
awaiting more
> laundries of Jacksonville and squad of laborers to comb the groundfor Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
finish. It is
reports from the Southwest. a wonderful deep lustrous
: ,. Tampa, not to speak of smaller spent bullets. The men gatheredmore easily applied because-works easily. It
is unequalled for durability and will not
places, can come to your place than 25 tons of shot, which scratch white. It dries absolutely dust. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
FIRE VICTORY SALUTE
free in from five to seven hours and gets
and learn how to do work. The were sold at the rate of $70 a ton. hard in twenty-four hours.

people of Orlando can justly feel Other clubs are beginning to do like-
London.-Tidings of the fall of the As for economy. Lustro has a covering
proud of their Steam Laundry. wise. capacity that is wonderful. DIRECTORAND
Russian fortress of Kovno
were greeted -
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
(Name on application.) -0- in Berlin by a salute of fifty "victory" Varnish at our risk returnable if nnsntis- EMBALMER
Child Jockey a Wonder factory.
shots at noon today in the Lust-
Fred Judy, the -82 pound jockey,
Made by Valentine & Co.
garten. All the church bells in the
Orlando who is something of a sensation on
capital rang at the same time. Manufacturers of
the Saratoga (N. Y.) track, is being
This information was received in All calls w6eeH&&ffl
touted as a coming wonder. He's 16 VALSPAR and .& $
Steam LaundryFRENCH Amsterdam from Berlin and trans-
years old, handles a horse like a vet- VAL- r x r
mitted to London by Reuter's. Night. Hand Block.
eran, and has outridden many of the or
DRY CLEANERS
.
--'
best in the His homeis ,
jockeys
LAUNDERERS game. VOLCANO IS ACTiyj: ..-
: in Kansas City, where his father Orlando; Florida.PHONE
-
PHONE 88 keeps a law office. -.'- All to be had atFINLEY'S .

Messi.n'h_ kit -The chief
; signal PIONEER PAINT
--()- 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
officer at the Island of Stromboli reports ,
Pipp a Pippin STORE

Walter Pipp, secured by. the Yanks the eruption of a large quantityof Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.
lava
from Stromboli volcano.
i p Get Behind from the Tigers, is one of the 1915
a ---- -- -
The lava is forming a lake of fire
sensations of the American League.
between the craters and the sea. The I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIII 11111 IIMmttlMltllilllllliilMMM
Kpp is one of the timeliest hitters on
emission of lava is accompanied by
the team and in addition to that he
loud detonations and clouds of smoke.
and enjoy s really cool dry. sweet I has hammered out more threebaggers -

mole. The Wellington Pipe won't and more home runs than Ty
bail wont ouL WILL FORM CABINET
get Cobb, and has made almost as many "Oaklan.d Six"A
-
r Mad. leAm.rica "
doubles as the "Georgia Peach.
London. Ex-Premier Elutherios
S Come ia and -- Venizelos
notified King Constantineof
pick your fa.I :Method in Hart's Retirement
..ante ....pe. / his readiness to form a new Greek
25.3k. ""Oc,... s ; Maybe Bill Hart quit his umpiringjob
cabinet in succession to the late min-

o he's in a firm the National believer League in the because"safety istry which resigned at the openingof STUDY of the specifications, while convincingto

the Grecian parliament
first" rule. In these days Heinie the" according to a dispatch from yesterday the Cen-, the trained motorist, is not sufficient to impart evenan

Zim, Johnny the "Terrible Trojan,
tral News Agency from Athens. worth and of the "new" It
Johnny :McGraw: and a six club battle approximate idea of the true beauty Oakland Six. can

ISayAEYou !! for the pennant there's no telling be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learnof .
STEAMER DACIA SOLD
"ridin<*" a umpire. its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a

want to see this new -0- Paris.-The former American steam- close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in
Docile Bill
Rogers ship Dacia, condemned by a French this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat
package Spider is introducing to Infielder Bill Rogers deserves some
prize court owing to her transfer a surprisingly low cost.
kind of a medal. He began playing
the market-its the swellest from German to American registry
major league ball in 1909. That's six after the outbreak of the war, has The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it

v thing out in the way of little years ago, and Bill never has been been sold. Her new French owner will give enduring service.
chased from a ball game by an um-
Cigars. has renamed her the Yser.

pire.Just
See him at the now Bill is with the Reds. NAVY DEPARTMENT ASKS BIDS Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric SystemNo

Until last season he was in the Pacific -
ON 38 AERO MOTORS The Oakland Six will seat five passengers car is complete to day without a standard
Coast League. The Naps grabbed comfortably without crowding. The driving electric starting, lighting and ignition system.

him then, tried him out, and let him Washington, D. C.-The navy department compartment has plenty of leg room even fora The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy.

Good and Bad today sent out proposals for tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down the starting button with

go.Bill was manager and captain of bids to be opened on September 14, wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. This system is
for thirty-eight cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, giv- operated by a storage battery which is chargedby
his team on the Pacific Coast. He aeroplane motors. the
Cigar Store ing real comfort to the passangers. The trim- generator.
was known as an aggressive, scrappy Experiments are now in progress with ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.

player, but he seems to possess the the types of aeroplanes into which Great Strength with Light Weight Classic ConstructionA

Orange AvenueS the motors will go. The Oakland principle of sturdy constructionwith
wonderful faculty of going just far
l light weight is exemplified in this new tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steelis
enough-and no further-when he is model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, used. The rear springs clamp directly to the

"ridnig" an umpire. which means for the owner, tow upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength. The
Specials for Satur- great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en-
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tire length without overhang, giving it a firm,

Summer ExcursionRates Catch Big Sharks on Hooks day and Monday Power and Speed secure foundation. This Oakland construction
e C Shark fishing is providing lots of eliminates the unsightly; side apron usually

sport for anglers off the New Jersey The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor found between the body and running board.
will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all
Coast. Special lines are being used Best Patent Flour the flexibility and smooth running qualities a Hotchkiss Drive !*

r and some of the sharks, of the blue 24 pounds for -____$1.00 and $1.10 Six should have, and is very responsive to the
nosed variety, that have been caught throttle. The driving power is to the rear
12 pounds for ____
55c and 60c Nock
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axle and wheel without the
: or ;Jar,
weigh 140
over pounds and nasure Low Center of
Fancy Prunes and Peaches Gravity
2 lbs.
VIA rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc-

over six feet in length. for ----------------__________25c Like all Oakland models, the weight; of this tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
During the early part of the fish- Meal, Grits and Scratch Feed, 9 car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives unusual -

Atlantic Coast Line ing, before the anglers were "jerry"to lbs for ________25c side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort.
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E the tricks of the sharks, of and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This .
many Pure
Ground Coffee, per pound low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features
Standard Railroad of the South the fish got away by biting the line 18c. and 25c ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in. \
in two. But the fishermen now usea Left hand drive with center control. Gear
Breakfast Sausage, per can 15c Vacuum Gasoline shifting: lever of the ball and socket type. : *
wire leader System
FROM ORLANDO about six feet in length and -----------------________25c Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake

$40.70. . . New York that defies the shark's teeth. Golden Rod Washing Powder, 7 The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is absolutely drums. Horn button in center of steering
r You haveit wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
10.70 . . .Philadelphia -()- packages for ______25c automatic. can forget you
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One-man
on the car. No air pump to get out of orderor top, with clamps to windshield with-
{ $37.70 . . Washington Seven Year Old Tennis Star Guava Jelly, per glass -_________10c leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in

$38.70 . . Cincinnati! Brooklyn boasts of a tennis wizard Hams, the best, per pound, 15c., gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board. :

$49.20 . . . .Chicago in the person of Billy Ellwood, aged 18c. and ------------_______22c all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallonof Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a Ai AA
t" gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad run- :
$43.45 . . . St. Louis seven, who has taken the measure of Smoked Meats and Breakfast Ba- of the car where it belongs. ning boards.

ir. 61.30 . . . .Denver many adults who have played againsthim. con, per lb. -------------______igc :

$95.20 . . San Francisco Billy is no taller than the net No. 10 Pail Lard -----------___$1.00

and he insists upon using the regula- No. 4 Pail Lard ______40c
Excursion rates to various ---------- .A
f'- points furnished on application.Sold tion racket. He began to play tennis Imported Lemons, per dozen ___ 20c $795.00 f. o. b. FactoryJ.B.MagruderJr.Distributor

daily until September 30th. three years ago, under his father's Seed Raisins, 2 packages for25c ,

4. Limit October 31st. teaching, and now dear old dad, whois Evaporated Apples 2 packages _25c .

a star player, has to
hump some to
Overs Fast Trains
Stop-
beat his
diminutive
Steel Pulmans Dining Cars offspring.The Honest Weights and Measures ;


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VORTICIST BLAST "A BOLT FROM SHIPMENTS OF PHOSPHATEFROM THREE YEAR OLD CHID PLAYSON ''I MAURICE MAETERLINCK CER- Chauncey G. Parker, of Newark, is FIFTY BARRELS OF SEED,

THE BLUE TAMPA INCREASE BATTLEFIELD TAIN OF GERMAN DEFEAT the receiver. Counsel for the com- POTATOESSpaulding

p I pany admitted the allegations of in-

London.-Vorticist "Blast" No. 2 is Tampa, Fla.-The phosphate shipments Northern France.-In the second Berlin.-The Belgian poet :Maurice solvency. The application was made No. 4, and Red Triumph-!"

highly explosive. The first numberof out of Tampa for the first half battle of Ypres, when the British were I Maeterlinck, in a letter to the Danish by Emerson F. Parvin, of Plainfield, Seed Potatoes. John F. Empie Gro _
the which was issued before of August, aggregate 44,657 tons, or compelled to fall back as a result of author Windnig, expresses the opinion N. J., a stockholder. cery.Orange avenue. 8-20-31*= .. .
paper within 9,000 tons of the total for all the fierce German bombardment and that Germans after their defeat, f' L
the war was described by the editoras
of August, 1914, which was 53,802 gas attacks, General Sir Herbert which he considers absolutely certain, y-...
"cooling water, a pleasant light. .
,I j tons. That the last half of the month Plumer observed a child of three should be made the slaves of the oth- MliiililMMIMMtlllllllilMlllHiiHiiiifiitlHiWe : : -4'.r.
No. 2 might be described as "a bolt
'''will be fully as good as the first half years playing on the battlefield some er European nations for the next hun-
from the blue. It regards every enemy '
i is almost certain. Five steamers are distance from the British line of re dred years. To this wish a Munich YourL
of the Virticist school as a certain I Want ji !
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sort of blackguard who uses the I already reported due to get rock here treat. German shells were falling paper replies: "The punishment could
,before September and two schoonersare close to the spot and the general immediately be made still more severe. The Ger-
"blood of the soldier for his own everyday .
.
domestic uses. He washes his in port now and will get away sent an orderly to get the I mans could be forced to read all the Trade _
.with big cargoes before the month child. When it was brought to him he trash that Maeterlinck has written -
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dirty linen in the press with ;
every I I ends Besides these other vessels took it in his arms and questioned it. I and to witness the performance of his } -
this very sacred blood. probably will make the trip on shorter I The youngster began to rattle and morbid, mystical plays." lore .' .-
But anyway, the "mast" sides with Here are a few of the Bargains we oiler b J-L
notice to local shippers. pat him on the face. I
the allies in its anti-German attitude.
The from the Atlantic Sir Herbert and,
shipments laughed heartily,
Perhaps the gem of the number is a SHORTAGE OF COAL THREAT-
series of sentences written from the Coast Line terminals at Port Tampa placing the child in his motor car, ENS TURK CAPITAL WITH Saturday and Monday ; ; y y..
trenches by the gallant Vorticist have leaped forward with a vigor that took it back to his headquarters, DARKNESS
promises big things for the month. where it was afterwards found thatit
sculptor Henri-Gaudier-Brzeska, wh had from who Wheat Flakes, 3 packages for ___________________________ 25
bravely met his death, after much The same period last year the Port strayed its parents, London.-A Reuter dispatch from Pillsbury Wheat Cereal, 2 packages for ____________________.25c -
distinction in charge at Nttiville St. Tampa shipments were 7,800 tons be- had been working in a neighboring ,Sofia says the Turkish authorities at Puffed Wheat _____________________________________________lOc
a hind the Seaboard Terminals on Sed- ''field, despite the danger from the the Cheese, 15 cent size ___________________________?_______.__10c
Vaast. He says: don Island. This the Coast Line's German shells :I Constantinople have ordered Corn, 3 cans for __________________________________.________25c
"With all the destruction that works year 'I' American gunboat Scorpion, in these Peas, per can _____________________________________________lOc
around us nothing is changed, even contribution has reached nearly four waters for some time, to take up her Catsup, 3 bottles for ______________________________________25c
Life is the times that figure and 10,000 tons WIDOW OF GERMAN AVIATOR moorings in the inner part of the Lenox Soap, 7 bars for ____________________________________25c y :
superficially. same ahead of the Seddon Island shipments, Coffee, 5 lbs for ________________________________________$1.00
strength, the moving agent that permits which show creditable of ACQUITTEDBerlin. Golden Horn. Ambassador Morgen- Olives, per bottle __________________________________________lOc
a gain 5,000
the small individual to assert thau's protests were unavailing, the
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We will give Two Pounds Coffee Free with every $10.00 order ;
himself." He proceeds: "Just as the tons over the 1914 figuresThe .-The widow of the famous dispatch says, but he was able to util- on Saturday. -

hill where the Germans are solidly entrenched Atlantic Coast Line terminals German aviator, Wilhelm Wernigen, I ize the occasion to settle some minor Saturday night 7 to 9 we will sell 16 lbs. Best Granulated r
gives ne a nasty feeling shipments for the first half of the who was killed by a fall shortly be- questions which have been pending. Sugar for $1.00. ak eWE
solely because the gentle slopes are I present month totalled 27,311 tons fore the outbreaK the war, has just The shortage of coal in Constanti- GIVE TRADING CHECKS ,i
broken up by the earthworks which sent away in ten vessels. Of this total been acquitted by a court martial at I nople is expected to result in a few

throw long shadows at sunset, just so only 6,941 went to foreign ports. Coblenz. She was arrested several i days in discontinuance of the electric
shall I get feeling of whatsoever defi- I The shipments from the Seaboard Air weeks ago on a charge of treason. lighting and, street car service. Our Grocery CompanyTwo
Line terminals for the first half of
nition from a statue according to its Letters found in her possesion seemedto
this month aggregate 17,346 tons, RECEIVER FOR OCEAN LINE Phones 3 and 200
slopes, varied to infinity."I prove that she had sold military :
have made an experiment. Two 7-127 of which were foreign. secrets which came to her knowledge Trenton, N. J.-A receiver was appointed -
: : 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando
days ago I pinched from an enemya through papers of her late husband to for the International Mercantile ,
Mauser rifle. Its heavy shape INDIAN TROOPS FAITHFUL TO French spies. Circumstantial evidencewas I Marine company, a New Jersey
swamped me with a powerful imageof BRITAIN strong against her, but at the corporation,by Vice-Chancellor Backesin llltMltllllHMMMMtllllttlHIMHIIMtllli
brutality. I was in doubt for a trial her innocence was established. the court of chancery today.
long time whether it pleased me or London.-A force of 100 Pathan in- -

displeased me. I found I did not like fantry of the Indian army, under a FAMOUS CADOVER FOUND FOR SALE !
it. I broke the butt off and with my native officer, was captured by the Paris.-The remains of the famous PERcENT
knife I carved on it a design through Germans in Flanders and sent to Con- Florentine painter, Fra Angeloco, who SCREENS WHAT AM 25 Discount : k .

which I tried to express a gentler I stantinople in the hope that, being I died in 1455, are believed to have been SCREENS
order of feeling which I preferred.But Mohammedans, they might be induced found in the church of Santa Mariaat BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. n ,
I will emphasize that my design !to -join the Turks. Florence, according to a Rome dispatch John W. Pounds, Agent
got its effect (just as the gun had) I Eluding their captors they set out to La Liberte. Box 703 For the benefit of our cus-
from a very simple composition of ,from Constantinople with the deter-I
lines and planes." I j mination of returning overland to<< tomers we will give a 25
India. After a march of four months
they succeeded in reaching Cabul. A per cent cash discount on
ELEVEN RUSSIANS COURT [AR. The Orlando Meat MarketT. :
letter from the \
Afghan capital x
says
TIALED AND SHOT FOR
COWARDICE that they are well and that as soon all goods sold during the '-

as they have rested they are leaving A. YANCY Manager
to rejoin their regiment in India. I i month of July and August. \i .

"Aftonbaldet"Stockholm.reports correspondent from Riga of thata the I Wholesale and Retail Dealer! in Choice

large number of Russian officers SMITH & WESSON GIVE EM Florida and Western Meats I f
and soldiers have been arrested and PLOYES NEAT BONUS !

court martialed for cowardly behavior I Springfield, Mass.-Notices were Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Hammond & Gore = '
before the enemy. Most of them posted this afternoon in the offices of .

cleared themselves of the charge, but I Smith & Wesson, manufacturers of Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. f...
a major, seven other officers and i revolvers, that beginning September 1
three non-commissioned officers whose I employes would be given for one yeara PHONES {Residence Business (135(133 Cor. Orange P. O.Awe.BOX and 226 Church St. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla. F
trial took place at Riga were convicted bonus amounting to five per cent. of

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magnets to the women who desire good merchandise ROCK BOTTOM PRICES





At 5c a yd $2.19 a pairLadies' At lOc yd At 3 for lOc M

Genuine Amonkeag, Apron Gingham in Palm Olive Soap. Take advantage of
Tan Pumps and Oxfords, all Ribbons in plain colors, pink, light blue,
Blue, Brown and Green Checks, absolutely this sale while it lasts Saturday night only
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good styles, $4.00 values. Saturday night Green, Brown, Red, Black and White, Sat-
fast colors. Saturday night only, only urday night only 3 for lOcAt19c

H 5c yd
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Children's Hose, Black and Tans, a good Organdies and Voiles, this season's best

kind for wear; 15c. value, Saturday night At 62 l-2c At 98c pairLadies' styles, beautiful designs, 35c. quality, Saturday -

only, night only
Children's Dresses made of Ginghams 16-Button Silk Gloves, black,

lOc and Percales, good styles, all sizes, $1.25 white and colors, $1.25 quality, Saturday 19c

quality. Saturday night only night only

At 59c set of six 621-2c 98c pair At 5c yd

Silver Tea Spoons, Rogers 1881, Tripple Lawns and Crepes, small neat designs,

plate, $1.00 value, Saturday night only. values up to 15 cents Saturday night only

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ill Florida SentinelMORNING BORN IN FLORIDA. SIDELIGHTSBy
During the past few weeks several Capt. T. C. Brannon and Master T.

AND WEEKLY train loads of native cattle of the W. S. Branch. C. Brannon, Jr., left yesterday after- .
.1(. ;:..GLENN ......................Editor
'i 7R ......B..u._ Manager Florida range have been shipped to noon for Waynesville, N. C., where
;-c..EsSINGTON
.' the West to be fed up and fattenedfor Mrs. Brannon and the "twins" have liPPJ

,r..Sfcl J., .!".'.:-,-%-*>*Second d at the'poBtome.Claw MaU""Matter.at" "Orlando, Florf7vVSt idents the of market Florida as towns Chicago decline beef.to Res-eat school Anent board the fact has lately that concluded the Orlando to mountains.Mrs.been spending. the summer in the A P P Y I B EE B K j

:i;': ; r; .. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Florida beef, and buy cuts of Chicago introduce the study of music in the
-. 'Y- ........................ $5.00 schools the following extract from
l'I.'tJ: .J400tha ...................... %.60 beef, because it is so superior in qual- an T. P. Howes and children, TomP.
.: MooUw ...................... 1-25 address by Dr. Hollis' E. Dann, of Cor- j
Month ....................... 60 ity. How long will this system be nell University, before the ., Jr., and Louise B., left yesterday
kept ? How long will this state Pennsyl- the Atlantic Coast Line Saturday and MondayAre
"'\Week.'Y..1.'Tear ...................... 11.00 up vania Music Teachers' Association is morning over I
', continue to raise thousands of cattleon for Daytona Beach where they will II
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN timely and interesting. Said Dr.
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ADVANCETO the native ranges and sell them to spend the next two weeks enjoyingthe I
Dann "I have the
: come to conclu-
buyers of the West; let those buyers delights at that resort.
ADVERTISERS i sion that the number of
fatten them on western grown corn, musically the very last days you can participate in the extraor- t
all other hmnd-tct gifted children in this
Cpr f.r'tfapUr and country is
a adrcrti lB. .n> '!. handed la at the kotineu sell them to Chicago, Kansas City and very Rev. W. G. Fletcher, of St. Augus- dinary price reductions of HAPPY WEEK. Last year
and that the
.lie. W.n, .ttind..HicatiThia not later than ale 2 applies p. m, St. Louis packers, at a profit to the musical large, education in possibilities the of tine, who is traveling in the interestof when we inaugurated this event the results were exceedingly I

i .. chaare f re.ntr rt adTcrtisInc it UMd feeders, who will make another prifiton public the Anastasia Island Methodist gratifying. We are more than pleased with the

l; &anriai will h. strictly adhered to1Ja them and then ship the dressed schools" are beyond our present vis Colony, spent yesterday in Orlando results so far, and in order to make a fitting FINALE TO I
ion.
It
is
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just as important to develop
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8oh riben desiring The Sentinel d cD- meat to Florida for consumption by greeting friends. While here he made A GREATLY APPRECIATED SALE we have still further -
,. 1y//ooedslould notify the office in writing on the musical talent in a child as
the original owners and their neigh- his home at the San Juan hotel.
.. tiw.' ato of expiration' otherwise it will be it is to develop the talent for mathe reduced many of the wanted articles to a fraction of
-Vtapttnned .t the regular subscription rates bors? their legitimate values.
J.=..nnjn'notice; to stop U received.Telephone matics, astronomy or oratory. Every
; NuibrSATURDAY ...................... 24J1 It costs but little to raise a Florida COME
; steer. But beef which has paid the child will succeed best in that for The Cathedral School AND BE HAPPY WITH US. THE SAVING
which there is natural taste and apti- ALONE SHOULD MAKE YOU FEEL HAPPY.
of several handlers
., AUGUST 21, 191:;. profits and trans-
portation from Florida and return, tude. One office of the public school I IOr13mo's Here's a few of the mirth provokers for Saturdayand
should be to ascertain what that -
particular -
necessarily is expensive to the con- Monday.WHITE .
There's nothing quite so busy as an
sumer. When the Florida farmer talent may be and cultivate it. St led Boarding and Day
idle rumor. I School for Girls
Those who have
I pays a stiff price for Armour's fer- pupils no special
o 16th Year October 6th
opens 1915
ability in music can not fail to be refined -
Keep to the right and avoid dodg- tilizers he does not stop to consider and uplifted by the study of mu- Primary, Intermediate and Academic SWISS EMBROIDERED DRESS PATTEUXS42 -
that the chief ingredient of the goodswas
ing and bumping. gathered on the Florida range by sic and association with musicians. Grades to 46 inches wide in pattern lengths of 5 yards,

o Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical enough for a complete costume. The designs are ab-
Florida cattle. But he the
Even in midsummer the naked truthis pays price
the While in Tampa 'last week we at- Culture and Domestic Science. solutely new and extremely stylish. Values up to
just
is apt to be a cold fact.o same. For Catalogues address the
Rector,
tended "free" $12.50
a (?) game of baseballon ,
Every Florida farmer knows that I
Plant Field. But when we got Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M.
forage crops can be grown here in I Sat. and Mon.
be able to catch on, but do $4.68DRESS
jay
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there we paid 15 cents to sit in about Orlando, Fl
when to let ? quantity to feed a million cattle. It
go
I has been demonstrated that the use of the hottest grand stand we ever expe- I I GINGHAMSOf -
o I rienced. The stand upI
is backed
t take things too easy- silos would enable the farmers to util- the the famous UTILITY AND EVERLASTING ,
belong to ize this forage in the feeding of live squarely against afternoon sun FIELD'SCHOCOLATE mills absolutely fast in color
you. : and a wide opening just above the in splendid designs of
stock. The
haphazard efforts of the
o top row of seats allows the broiling new checks; new stripes, new Tartans, and a full
n declares that he likes to boy corn clubs have demonstrated that rays to pour into the seats every mo- range of all the new plain colors, worth 121/.c. yard
corn can be as
5ut he can't ito successfully grown
prove here as in the West, and as many ment of the part of the afternoon Sat. and Mon. 10 yds for 85c.
when the games are being played.
bushels to the acre as the
far in Europe seems to be mainly average
The diamond is laid
so out that the CHEVIOT SHIRTINGSThe -
me of waiting to see what Ger- western yield. The native range
any will do next. :would bring the animals up from catcher stands in the angle between VANILLA best quality made, the finest for hard ,wear, ina

0 birth to mature growth at less cost I the grand stand and the bleachers, I PEACH splendid range of checks, stripes and plain colors.
and it is impossible to get behind him
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; If the war lasts long the than prevails in the West. Ensilage .
enough
J and watch the balls, from any portionof CARAMELICE Sat. and Mon. 10 yds for 89c.
cured home
! allies may realize that it is next to at and corn grown on I
the grand stand. it is
Perhaps a
Florida sand would enable the stock
. impossilbe to win a battle without CREAMS.
well arranged diamond and stand but 1000 YARDS BEAUTIFUL LACESIn -
hurting somebody and getting hurt.o grower to mature beef, corn fed and i
,. o juicy, at less cost per pound than it I to our mind it is about as awkward Edges, Insertions, Bandings, etc., and in widths

London finds satisfaction in the fact costs to make beef in the Middle I and bad as it can be. And during the from 3 in to 10 inches, Shadows, Duchess, Yak.

that the Germans are capturing few West. Every steer and cow raised on .afternoon we heard several Tampans Maltese and other makes. Many worth 50c. to 75c.

. Russians. ,Doesn't it know that Germany the farm enriches the soil and increases .express the same opinion. CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c. Sat. and Mon. lOc. a yard

k- hfts enough prisoners on hand its productiveness.The .
". f! average Florida farmer is a STRINGENT:= MEASURES FANCY DRESS LAWNS AND BATISTESIn -

-, novice in the game. He has been at- DEMANDED.No ..
o -- a host of charming designs and colorings on both
tracted it its harder blow could be struck the CLUB SANDWICH 25c
One to by esthetic features. -
in this is
company country light and dark grounds; all this season's productions,
He is neither drone state of Georgia than that adminis- '-
;making 1,000,000 pounds of powder a a or a dullard.He 12V-. and 15c. values.
,/day for Russia. The Czar is having simply lacks the practical experience tered by the lynching f Leo 1VI.\

!lots of trouble and more brewing all necessary to the fullest measureof Frank. It has begn i claimed that some
> the time. success. lie has much to learn; of 'the. 1 leaders of the lynching party We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed Sat. and Mon. 8 yds for 69c.

a but he is learning, and will get-tKefiT Were prominent and influential. If and Delivered for All

The tourists have observed "Thrift in time. And when..>>'.@'r get there, I that is true it is just so much worse DON'T FORGET TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF

.Z Day" at the Panama-Pacific expos i- as we \'il1.F vida will be, per capita, for the state, because the legitimate OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S '
THE BIG VALUES WE ARE OFFERING
the 1k best inference would be that the prominentand
tion. Some of them will wish they_ state in the United States

C- had observed it more closely .at-home -made so through its diversified ag influential citizenship of Georgiais SHIRTING MADRAS, all new goods, All this sea-

when they get .. 'b. .- riculture. not law respecting. What would sons designs; 23c.: and 35c. values.
such to the
a a reputation mean good
a
Some people borrow trouble and name and credit of the state? What
The uncertainty of baseball is what Sat. and Mon. 19c.
would it mean to the financial stand-
some it .
buy outright.Mr.
adds to the excitement of and interEst -
ing of the state?
: in the game. How many people o
would attend contests in which the and Mrs. F. A. Curtis will leave The lynching of Frank was just as 2000 YARDS SWISS EMBROIDERIES

f -., winner was known in advance. Monday for Atlantic City, N. J., much a defiant murder as would have of
MAGNIFICIENT designs on splendid quality
where they will spend some time.and been that of any other citizen by a
o fabric. EDGES INSERTIONS, BANDINGS, Etc.
mob. Its effect the ,
prosperityof
then to New York and Philadelphia upon
The woman who paid $300 for a go 'iVhen it comes to delicious light
Georgia can not be recovered in Widths from 2 to 10 inches; values up to 39c.
where Mr. Curtis will purchasea
l. y pair of silk stockings to wear on the
x board walk at Atlantic City, and then large and select stock of goods for twenty years. It has depreciated the WAFFLES Sat. and Mon. quantity lOc yd .
found that the style was to socks, "all the firm of Curtis & O'Neal.W. cash value of Georgia real estate at any
least twenty-five per cent., as owners
HAND BAGS-
run down, was in extremely hard
luck. S. Branch has returned to Or- will realize within the next twelve AND 30 only Fancy leather and corded silk in all colors,

o lando after a brief visit with W. F. months, and if the perpetrators are worth $1.50 to $2.50.

Armstrong and other friends in this screened and allowed to go scot free SYRUP
have been evolved l
Many plans and _
submitted whereby a large number of city. lie is enjoying a two weeks l I the state will not recover from the Sat. and Mon. your choice 98c.

the buildings and the Marina be vacation, one day of which was spentat setback in fifty years. The authori- THIS IS ONE OF OUR
may Pass-a-Grille. lie ties should do their duty promptlyand FANCY FANS- ..
thoroughly
en-
saved at the dose of the Panama-
Pacific exposition. Chief among those joyed himself while here.-St. Peters-. fearlessly.TOO SPECIALS Your choice of over 250 facinators. Values lOc. to

who desire to preserve the buildingsare burg Times. o 50

the' men who created them. A LATE TO CLASSIFY 15 centsCatering cents.Sat.. and Mon. Half PriceNEW

commission will be selected to deter- Mr. W. P. Scruggs, a former popu-

mine the problem.The lar resident of Orlando, but now residing WANTED-Two salesmen and collectors SUMMER WAISTSAn -
in Atlanta, arrived in the at once for Sanford and
city
a Daytona. Apply 43 East Pine street. opportune purchase just made by our buyer whilein
Gainesville Sun, the Orlando :yesterday afternoon and will remain 8-21-6tc New York. Made of exceedingly fine qualities of sheer
here
Citizen, and a few other papers whichare until Sunday visiting relativesand : Organdy and French Voiles, daintly trimmed in rich
friends. FOR RENT-An eight-acre irrigated To Those
greeting lIe will be accompanied -
engaged in the delightful pastimeof farm; also a ten year old horse for qualities of Valiencennes and Fillet laces and combinationcolor
home
by his son, MasterW.
"skinning Catts," evidently have no sale, perfectly gentle and healthy. effects.
fear of the corrupt practices law, P. Jr. who has been here for the Mrs. W. B. Hammond, Oakland, Fla. Who Care
past three weeks. 8-21-3t No. 1 worth $1.50 and $2.00, Sat'y and l\lon'y98c
which requires an editor who attacksa No. 2, worth $2.50 and $3.00, Sat'y and Mon'y $1.98
candidate to give the candidate, free "'

of charge, the identical space used in ...if IT

attacking him in which to answer the MEN'S FURNISHINGSOn

editor.-Punta Gorda Herald.'
Saturday and Monday you may have your
o
Continued rain and cool weather, choice of any PALM BEACH SUIT in the store,

together with the preparation for an- IndependenceLittle worth up to $8.00

ticipated business increases this fall,
Sat. and Mon. for $3.98
has cut into the summer resort busi-

ness in Michigan more seriously thanit

has ever been hit before. Proprietors girl-"Does your mother tell your fatherto

of hotels and resorts who pre-

; pared to which get a "smell has heretofore of that $100000,000" been,- spank you when you misbehave?" OUR GROCERY[ DEPARTMENT


spent annually in Europe, are declar- Have many dainty confections that will appeal irresist-

ing themselves heavy losers. The season Little boy---"Nope; mother's an independent ibly to the heat-tried housewife. Try some of them. They'llnot

is now so well advanced that it only save the gas bills and the trying times over a

- will be impossible for them to recoup. operator." hot stove but reveal to you many new dishes that can

a be made at very trifling cost.OicksonIves.

SPIRIT.THE ORLANDO So are we. Our prices are made without regard -

a

Tribune Tallahassee says "Orlando Record:is blessed The Tampa witha to the other fellow's. However, we consider

city full of boosters. It has more

of them to the square yard, probably, QUALITY first. Co 1

than any other town in Florida. They :
'
boost together and they work together. f

." That accounts for Orlando's

wonderful growth and prosperity.

Tallahassee has nearly a quarter of The Produce
Co-Operative CompanyW.
a thousand members of a booster dub, .DEP ARTMENT STORE.

and the organization is still growing.If .. ...
they will get the Orlando spirit and S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

all together for Tallahassee, this city
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LAZY TIME the prettiest and most pleasant after- '\ -.J _. -
noons of the season.-Lake Worth R? : ':

When the sun E. Allhands is pourin down, Herald. I i f I rft 11 tJU,4 ,
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Hot as blazes all aroun'; --0- 'K ,' t"
I don't hunt some other clime, ORGAN RECITAL TOMORROWBY /[' .
'Cause it's sich a lazy time. GRANDTODAY n .
HERMAN F. SIEWERT.At .rT \ ;

Them as will may gad about. the Baptist church, tomorrow .:tJkA! -"\t .
Go in crowds, an' climb the mount; afternoon at 4:30, will take place the ..J'. :J:r" \\:
Dozin' under that old tree- monthly vesper recital of the Baraca '<"'. ) 1'f'Jr Ji-
That is good enough for me. V -" class. It will be in the form of an )_ ___
Then I seek a deep, dark shade, organ recital by Herman F. Siewert, ::\'J'
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An' it's there my pallet's made, who will leave on Monday for Grand "
There aneath the bendin' o
tree,
Rapids, Mich. Miss Susie Magruderwill
I'm as lazy as kin be. THE BEAUTY OF WOMEN
sing a soprano solo, and the en-
Those hidden qual- Half awake an' half asleep, tire program will be one of the most The Vitagraph Co. of America is enhanced by the wearing of rings, pins, lavallieres, earrir
Watch the sunbeams hide and peep; interesting given in Orlando in some Our stock has been very carefuly selected and it contains
Real things an' dreams all mixed ll
single article that will not make a fitting gift to bride
sweethear
ities which are the How could I be better fixed? time.Mr. presents
Siewert has appeared on many sister or wife. Come and enjoy a look over it.

Cares an' worry left ahind, recital programs in the North and the
: real source of responsiveness -Easy like, in body, mind; East, and has been heard in Orlando, "LIFTING'THE BAN OF ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
Birds an' bees their music chime-
Oh, it's sich a lazy time. so his abilities as an organist are not COVENTRY"A L b.--!
and --0- I entirely unknown here. The program 11N
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ENJOYABLE W. C. T. U. with notes will be published tomorrow Broadway Star Special Fea- aB M
PROGRAM.A morning. -- -
flexibility will show
well attended meeting of the W. I -o- ture in three big acts. If quality for a low price is an object ":
C. T. U. this afternoon attested to the MISS KEEZEL ENTERTAINS our wall papers will win your favor.
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themselves beforeyou interest in the work at hand. The f AT WINTER PARK. Featuring Lillian Walker and ,a=RCSi For the next 30 days we will offer for
I sale 5000 rolls of Walt
state convention and sale Miss Florence Keezel, of Winter Julia Swayne Gordon assisted Paper \
a rummage from Ic. to 5c. per rolL Now is the'
have been at are fast approaching, and committees Park, entertained a company of young tLf time to buy, and do your papering J
for each are realizing their responsi- people at the beautiful home of her by 12 other Vitagraph stars. when you get ready.

the wheel five min bility. ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Keezel, last 1 We also carry a full line of High.
I I _
Grade Paints, Oils and
After the business routine was han- Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Varnishes .
utes. dled by the president, Mrs. A. A Miriam Enlow and Mr. Herman F. our We stock.Orlando invite. you to call and s -

f Gould, the meeting was turned over Siewert, who will leave on next Monday "A LIFE IN THE BALANCE"

to Mrs. Benschbach, who had a most. for Chicago. Mr. Siewert aftera
short stop there, wilt to Kal- Anoher of those good railroad
excellent program prepared.The go on Paint &: Wall
opening number was a song by amazoo, and then to Grand Rapids, dramas featuring Helen Holmes.
the Union, "Saloons Must Go." Mrs. where he has accepted an excellent 205 S. Orange Ave

I Bert Blair presided at the piano. This organ position. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

was followed by a piano solo by Miss The lawn was prettily decorated .
It gets away in Jessie Pedrick, which was much en- with Japanese lanterns. Light refreshments -
THE BEST BILL IN THE CITY I
joyed. Another treat in store for the were served, and gamesenjoyed -
stantaneously. The listeners was Miss Florida Howard's Mr. Siewert winning the \
solo, "Little Pink Rose." Miss Ruby prize in the animal modeling contest.INFORMAL -
The New Ice i
Company
Wilkins' reading of "Mrs. Joshua's 5 cents 10 cents jj
motor seems to have Curtain Lecture on Voting" was much I -t

appreciated.A DINNER PARTY.A PHONE 675
more and still more duet rendered by Mrs. John pretty little informal dinner
Smith and Miss Alta Wright added party, which was much enjoyed yes r

power when occa another gem to the program. The terday, was that given by Miss AnnieL. Delivery DailyWait
accompanist for the program was I Echols in honor of the Misses
:Miss Jessie Pedrick. Annie K. Echols and Adelma Giles.

sion requires. On The topic for the meeting was then Each of the young ladies presentwas for our wagon. We think '
discussed given the recipes for the
comprehensively from all prepar
direct drive the ation of the will like our ice. t
parts of the world-Temperance In different dishes which you ..
struction in Our Public Schools. were served. The affair was beauti .

: :-, need can be varied Brief extracts of work done in Ger fully planned and executed and will it
many, France, Belgium, Sweden, Hun- long be remembered by those who en

Itrom low to high gary, and Italy were read by Mesdames joyed Miss Echols' delightful hospi The New Ice Company ;

DeWitt Story.-. Vick.. Murray.". tality on this occasion.0 t
Forage, and Smith. ,
Our American .
with i exceptional efforts in this line do not compare favorably MRS. DAVIS ENTERTAINSROOK I iMIMMMMMOIilMIIMMMIIIIIillllltMlliMIMl .

with work across the water. QUARTETTE.
smoothness. Ob- In many schools here Francis Wil- Thursday afternoon, from 3 to 5, i

lard days are observed and in some Mrs. John Davis entertained the Rook ROOf GARDENTODAY [ :i lilMIMIIMiMIHIMMIMIIIUIiBIMMIIHMMMItfrj 0

viously these features cities the Loyal Temperance Legion Quartette at her home on the corner .' a t
co-operates with the school. A law of Grace and Irvine streets. Those ..
exists that temperance must be present, besides the hostess, were .-'- -.
are the direct taught. It must be enforced. Mrs. L. F. Brunson, Mrs. Ed. Gross, : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL J '{

Mrs. Rambo gave a very interest- and Mrs. Sumpter Davis. Later they ..
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result of close, care- ing closing talk. were joined by Messrs. Gross, Davis ..
In appreciation of the excellent pro- and Barrington. After the games re- .

ful gram furnished, Mrs. Benschbach was freshments were sered vocnsisting of .. ,
manufacturing. "TRAITORS TO THEIR KING"A
given the White Ribbon salute.A ice cream, cake and fruit punch. ..

meeting such as this can be ap- The Quartette will meet next Thurs- 4-reel drama colored feature. ..
preciated only by those who attendA day with Mrs. Gross. .

report can not do the ladies justice. --0- Very fine. ,

The Wheelbase i isT --0- MISS ENTERTAINS.Thursday LEY CURTIS & O'NEAL

MRS. BOARDMAN\ ENTERTAINSKIL .
4- KARE KLUB. evening Miss Ruth Ley .

110 inches Eight members of the Kil Kare entertained a number of young peoplein away at nine o'clock tonight.Ladies' : Insurance Loans Real. Estate. i \
honor .
Klub met with Mrs. F. N. Boardman of her friend Miss Kit Davis,
104 Summerlin street, Thursday af- of Ocala. The guests arrived at nine Vanity Purse given Rentals

ternoon. In response to the roll call o'clock and spent several hours in I
jolly fashion.
the members each read most interest-
ing descriptions of various trees, The Ley home on Jackson street The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN

learning that we obtain from them was beautifully decorated, the color The One-Price Theater \

bread, butter cheese, gum, lace, can- scheme of pink and white being car- .. t
dles, water, etc. ried out most effectively with cut

A short and amusing tale of the flowers of different kinds.
10 cents Scents
00f. feathered tribe was given by the ..
-
$850. hostess, while Mrs. E. H. Gore readan ORLANDO BOY IN ESTABLISHED 1886mMBIIMIIMIIIIItt

article entitled "Yourself," by Dr. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY.The .
Frank Crane.A friends of Hugh Murphy will
solo rejoice with him that he has just
piano by Mrs. Wood was fol i
o. b. Orlando passed successfully the stiff Latin "
lowed by several numbers from the examination Mill I lilill till Mill IIM8M8III
Grafonola, the guests then adjourningto in the summer school of 1
the Columbia University in New York.
dining room where ice cream,
cake, punch and marguerites were If his eyes continue to hold their own
served. he will re-enter Columbia in the fall,
The club colors in going out for the B. A. degree. Latin
were evidence in

l t Fruit journment and took flower place decorations.after a decisionwas Ad this is required degree. towards the securing of It Melts in Your MouthDAILY

made to hold a basket picnic at
Camp Flonuzee on Thursday, Sep I Mr. W. H. Robertson will leave to
tember 22nd. day for Minneapolis, where he will
BULLETIN
spend the next three weeks on busi-
MRS. NUTTER ness. Mr. Robertson will endeavor to 4-4
ENTERTAINS.Mrs. induce some of his Minnesota friends PEACH

William Lawrence Nutter en to; locate in the best state in the 1NILLA
tertained several friends Jnion-Florida. & M
at her home
'SW.Philips in R street on Tuesday afternoon. SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL

The spacious living room and commodious Mr. G. S. Gaston, principal of the PINEAPPLE
porch was profusely decoratedwith Southern School of Commerce, left Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape-Ice

palms and garden flowers.A last night on the 12:30 train to visit CHERRY

musical program and dainty refreshments his mother in Pritchard, Texas. MissOllie CARAMEL
afforded the guests an Hansell will look after the affairs -
enjoyable afternoon.The of the school during the absenceof
Misses Tillie and Jennie Lloyd Prof. Gaston. W e deliver from one quart up"and's

rendered several pleasing piano duetswhile
the piano solos of Mrs. O. M.

Gross were delightfully received. The Favorite
sweet contralto voice of Mrs. Nutter

charmed her geusts in a group of
songs. TODAY'S PRAM Pure Ice Cream

9& The hostess was graciously assisted Thanhouser. "Bianca Forgets." A .
drama, in two parts.
by Mrs. J. W. Means and Mrs. MattLewis Thanhouser.
"Ship's Race With ,
in serving such delicacies as Death." Phone 566 and 666
ice cream, nabisco wafers, chocolate Keysotne. "Their Social Splash." -
cake and juice. Comedy.
Upon
grape leaving, Four good reels of Mutual movies.
the guests declared the affair one of Five cents to all. --


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rEAMERS ARE RELEASED HEAVY DAMAGE SUIT FILED BY ,BALKANS' MOVE IS WATCHED VETERANS DENOUNCE "PEACEAT
MEMPHIS I BY SERBS ANY PRICE"
adon.The Swedish steamer Nar- a

.from Philadelphia, July 29, for Memphis, Tenn.-In suits filed simultaneously London.-A Reuter dispatch from Detroit, Mich.-Resolutions denouncing FOR SALEWill

T olm; the Norwegian steamer in the federal courts at Nish, Serbia, says: "peace at price" advocates -
any
from Baltimore July 28, for the "The of the deliberationsof
Little Rock and Memphis today, outcome as "decadent American citizens -
'ldaimoe, and the Norwegian steamer city of Memphis asks $2,000,000 dam- the Serbian parliament, which is ," advocating community mass
Helga, from New Orleans July 17 for for the alleged destruction of expected to hold secret sittings Thursday -I
ages i meetings of patriotism and "prepared-\\
"Xalborg all detained at Kirkwall by :I offer for sale for few days
water and sewerage systems and and Friday, is awaited with anxiety -!i ness" and pledging united support to a
the'British authorities, have been released damage to streets, highways and in the Balkans. On Tuesday the : I
President Wilson in any crisis which
The Swedish steamer Kron- bridges in recent Mississippi river proposals of the Entente Powers were 'j I may arise, were adopted by the Veterans the property corner Orange Avenue,
sessin Margareta, from San Fran- directed the of exhaustive examination I
floods. The actions are object an -
of Foreign Wars of the United
_22, for Stockholm, detained against the board of directors of the by the cabinet. ,I States at their encampment here to- Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

1 on August 13, has been St. Francis levee district of Arkansas "Opinion seems divided at present I

discharge her cargo for I ; the Kansas City and Memphis regarding the course Serbia should day."We do not advocate preparednessfor the skating rink property, for $26,000.

prize court. Bridge company and the receiver of pursue. Developments in Greece are I
I war but preparedness againstwar $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
rail- followed with the year
the St. Louis & San Francisco being deepest con- ," the resolutions stated. "Pre-

1 road.It. cern." paredness which in the event of the and interest at six per cent.
is alleged that the levees and
catastrophe of war will prevent the
dikes constructed by the defendantson DECLARE EXTRA DIVIDEND
enormous initial sacrifice of human
the Arkansas side of the river
lives which has characterized every
rgaioNew from Point Pleasant, Mo., to Helena, New York.-Directors of the Cuban- i| war in which the United States has

{ Ark., have increased the high watersat American Sugar company which operates -i been engaged. C. A. HOVEY

Memphis more than eleven feet large plantations and refineriesin i "We respectfully urge upon the
x above what it was before the em- Cuba, today declared an extra divi- president of the United States and

bankments were built. Claims are 'dend of 5 1-4 per cent. on the preferred -II upon any patriotic American citizen

made that the levees, which have been stock in addition to the regular the necessity of protecting American

house, 8 rooms and bath. strengthened and made higher since I quarterly dividend of 13-4 per cent. 'I citizens, the enforcement of Ameri-j
_
1910 interfere with the natural flow :The extra dividend wipes out all deferred u
humane and the defenseof
; Location perfect, 4 blocks from i can doctrine
of the river in its high water course payment on the preferredstock. our national honor. We dare not

:center of city, east side. resulting in unnatural floods on the indulge ourselves in the enjoymentsof the JLCarket
Memphis side of the stream, which t i ii i I
f -4 t't' v. For quick sale $3000. Cash or blessings of peace while turning
i have overflowed a large portion of RUSSIA ORDERS 63,0000; TONS OF deaf ears to cries of distress or the OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

,,terms. North Memphis. I I! STEEL RAILS I summons of a righteous cause." OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

g II I I FRESH AND SALT
MEATS
PINELLAS BONDS FOR $715,000I I New York.-The United States Steel
officials confirmed II DANISH BOAT DETAINED Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
company today a
I St. Petersburg, Fla.-Advocates of report that an order for 65,000 tons of I Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
DANNI i the brick highway system for Pinellas steel rails had been received from London.-The Danish motor boat and pure.
Jutlanda from San Francisco for Copenhagen
I county won a victory over big odds Russia presumably for use in the fur- ; We invite Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
and carried the election authorizingthe ther construction of the transSiberian with a general cargo, has
everything in the Meat Line.
>Cook & Co. I I county commissioners to issue I road. Additional orders for 60- : been detained at Kirkwall by the British -

(Catkins Block, Orlando, Fla. I,bonds to the extent of $715,000, with :,000 tons are said to have been placed I authorities for examination. H. IVdC. Self & Co.
which seventy-eight miles of brick with the Pennsylvania Steel companyand
highways will be constructed. The'I its subsidiary, the Maryland Steel i RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

majority for the bonds was 181. The company. The contract is believed to

),ealers in Real Estate, In- vote was, for bonds 809 against 628. !,be in excess of the $18 a ton rate paid 'I Located in the Arcade Building

= : ,vestments and Business Oppor- The commissioners awarded the by American railroads. All work guaranteed and neat-

'tuniti s. contract for the brick highway system I I ly done. Our work is the best COUNTRY SCHOOLS BEGIN NEXT WEEKWe

J .1J;". -Jt .. three weeks ago subject to the approval ASKS FOR WHEAT ESTIMATE and our prices are the lowest.
i'- &V$ of the people at this election. This is the place to have your have all of the books used in all of the schools of Orange

: 4*;_ REAl ESTATE Thus the voters knew what roads Ottawa, Ont.-The British govern- old clothes made new. County which we sell at the regular state contract price.

INVESTMENTSrOANS were to be built and what they would ment today asked for an estimate of t Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. \Ve also have in stock a full assortment of School Supplies,

"- .:,.. ;4 >. _. cost in advance of registering their the amount of Canadian wheat which Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit including Tablets, Slates, Pencils, Inks, Book Bags Rulers, Pens,

'.',i: '- ; vote.The I I will be available for export. The au- I pressed _____________40c. etc., etc. Our trade in this department has increased constantlyeach
!J 1 : : Edwards Construction company I since began to it. thus that
:. .. .MORTGAGES thorities put the amount at about All Palm Beaches scrubbedand year we develop Proving our
."7-.) ..7. of Tampa was awarded the : 175,000,000 bushels. The chief matterof pressed ____________50c prices are right and our goods perfectly reliable. Think of us
r:- -<, .: INK STOCKS contract and work will be commenced I concern to Canadian officials has Mohair suits pressed ______25c. when you need school things.
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immediately after the bonds sold.
-"TIMBER are been the shortage of vessels. It is W. S. BRANCH
if. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES The contract price for the roads ladies' ,
hoped the British admiralty will undertake We do work also. Giveus
: OP ALL KINDS. will average $1.34 per square yard, I to supply ships for export of a trial and be convinced. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
: I
the lowest price for brick paving in
grain. Clothes called for and delivered.
., Florida. '

)' Jacob >Burkhard Sentinel Want Ads Par. Phone 613. I'SKATING RINKLADIES'

( :"::'i [;' PEOPLE STARVE IN MEXICO
i" ,, '. STREETS
; ; PLUMBER
.
",I.:.. ';, '1 J FORAGE GROCERY CO.
': ,;'i I I Puebla, Mexico.-Thousands of people SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
( yYy in Mexico and
are starving City WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
4. T,} I I DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
bodies of women and children are
I
Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
in the
daily being picked streets
.. up
'- -... there according to an American Red I Saturday and Monday SpecialsThe INSTRUCTORS.Open .

Cross who arrived here this
agent,
I 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
'iJ morning from the capital.

sfo Vera Cruz is considered dangerous as a square deal both in quality and quantity.It &
will always be our pleasure to serve you. Give us a trial and be
f: the railway lines are infested with
Jux WEST PINE STREET, JUST continced.
/ bands of Zapata followers. Almost I'lease note that the price of Irish potatoes has advanced considerablysince ADMISSION 1O CENTS (
every day a train load of Carranza last week, and is still advancing but we are pleased to inform our
; f' ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. i! troops is blown up. Many foreigners customers that we have a car load which have just arrived which we will sell I r
.. at prices as follows:
r I j I in the capital who wish to leave are Potatoes per peck ........ ......... ..... ........ ... . .. 25c .
t afraid to do so, not more than a dozen Potatoes, per half bushel...... .......................... . .. 45c. .
having come out. Soldiers of Car- Potatoes, per barrel ............ ............ ....... ... .. .. .. . $2.05
s I Sugar 16 pounds for .... ..... ........ ....... ........... ... .. $1.00 ORLANDO ROOFING
Phone 204 ranza are still active in Vera Cruz Kingan's Sliced Bacon, per box ......................... ... ..... .. 30c.
I. state. The boldness of the Zapatistas Rest Hams per pound ............................:. 18c., 19c., and 20e. ANL
., causes the fear that the railway to Shoulders No. 1, per pound ............................. ... ... 15c.
i Mexico City be cut again. Smoked Bacon, per pound............................16c.* 17c. and 20c.
1 may Breakfast Bacon per pound ............................ ..... ..... 22!Vic SHEET METAL CO \
.J I WANTED Dry Salt Bacon:per pound ....................... ....10c.., 12 Yzc and l3c .
FREER EXPORT OF WOOL Butter, Fox Hirer Gold Seal, Blue Valley, per pound .... .. . . 35c:
'I' 24 lb. sack Pillsbury Flour................ ....... ..... . .. $1.10
,t London.-Announcement of 24 lb. sack Pastry Flour .. .................... ..... 73c., 90c. and $1.00 Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos ,
USEDFORDS certain Tall Pink Salmon .. .. ...... ........... .. ..... .. . 9c. ,
minor modifications of the embargo Corn Beef . . ... ... ... .. ...... ... .. .. . 20c and Rubber
T on the export of wool to countries 7 cans Sardines for .. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. .... ... .. ... .. 2:>c. RoofingsCornices .
approved as "safe destinations" is re- 6 cans Potted Ilam for ................ .. .... ... ..... . 23c. t
3 cans Vienna Sausage for ..... ......................... . . 25c. Skylights, .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
S : garded as the first step in a policy of 2 bottles lOc. size Catsup .................................... .. .__ 15c A -
a freer exportation of wool which Jam, in glass jars . ... ... ... ... ...... .. ... .. .... . lOc.
has been advocated by the trade. Ne- 4 cans No. 2 Tomatoes for .. ............................. ..... .. 23c.; Works: 14 E. Church St. 5 ORLANDO
WE BUY AND PAY YOU SPOTCASH under for 3 cans Van Camp's Pork and Beans .. ....".................. ... .. 25c.
gotiations are way a con- No. 2 can Best Table Peaches per can ............ ...... .. lOc.
siderable extension of exports to the No. 3 can Best Table Peaches, per can ... ..... ....... ... ... 15c.
United States.A I: No. 2 can Cherries, white and red .... ...... .... ..... .. .. .. 15c. .
decision is not expected before 'Best Peas, No. 2 can ..... .. ..... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. .. lOc. 1
17 cans small Van Camp's, Globe, or Gold Cream for ..........:.... 25c. .
next month, as it will be necessary for 7 cans tall Van Camp's, Globe, or Gold Cream for.. .. ...... ........ 50c.
IF YOU NEEDMONEY I Great Britain to assure the retentionof 3 cans St. Elmo or Quail Milk for .......................... ... .. 25c.; Cushions
sufficient supplies for the military 3 boxes Kellogg's Corn Flakes for ............... ............. .. ._ 25(. Tops Backs :
needs of herself and her allies. It is Oatmeal, in bulk, per pound ............... ........ ........ ..... 5c. ,
I Navy Beans, per pound ... ... ....,...... ... .. ...... .. .. ... 7c.
pointed out that a freer wool trade Cheese, per pound ............ ............ .... ........ ...... 20e. Curtains, Celluloids, Bows &
i weald do something to reduce Eng- 2 pounds good!: Coffee, ground ................ .......... .. .. .. 3oc.
I land's growing balance of importsover Maxwell House Coffee, 2 Ib. cans ......................... .. .. ... 63c. I
x Maxwell House Coffee 3 lb. cans ........... ... ............ ... .. 83c.; PAINTING
AND HAVE ONE FOR SALE exports as well as to steady the 6 packages U. S. Tobacco, Sensation Bull Durham, or Cigarettes .. .. 2oc.

wool market. Thick Schnapp's Tobacco, 2 plugs for .... .. ...... ......... .. .. 25c. i
COME Brown Mule Tobacco. 3 plugs for .. ..... ... ... ........ .. . 25c.;
I DUTCH FIRE ON ZEPPELINS 3 cans Prince Albert Tobacco or other lOc. size for ........ ... ... 25c. ,
6 5c. size any kind of Snuff for ................. ........ .... .. 25c.
I OIL, 5 gallons . .... .. . ... .. ... ........... .. .. 60c
I London.The Handelsblad, of Amsterdam OUR PLAN ON FEED Orlando Top & Trimming Co. 1

See Mr. Hutton says that Dutch troops I Oats . . ... ........ $1-95: f Bran ................ ....... $1.55
i Wheat . . . . .... $2.40 I Salt. 100 lb. sack .. ... .... 70c. Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE Mgr.
ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON opened fire today upon a German Zeppelin -+, Best Chicken Feed . . $2.15 1 C. S. Meal .. ... . . . $1.25C .
I, which sailed over Dutch terri I S. Hulls .. . .. .. .. 55c.;
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1 1I WANTS C. B. ROBINSON Worthington Blackman

1I I ATTORNEYATLAWNo. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone

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

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Limey RATES Rr r

I For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW
For Three Days ____________SOc DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
I For Six Days ______________75c
For One Month --__________JL50
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I. This rate applies on all ads of Phone 172 .
I : 25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate Block #
Room Watkins
I will be one cent per word for I Phone 72 >.
each additional word, for each in-
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t I you can't bring your ad to i:Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Blocki
M. CHENEY
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onened by telephone will be I i
payable the following d<..y.I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW j
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Every Home-Every Business I Phone 87 I Victor Starbuck t!
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Every :Man has usA for a
I Sentinel Want Ad. Rooms 15 and 16 ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW

I YowellDuckworthR. Bldg.

1 i. Phone 161
FUR S.U.I-

No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla.
i MULES FOR SALE RAY WHITE
Pair nice mare mules in good condition *
suitable for farm or heavy hauling ATTORNEY-AT LAW t
; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
P. G. Walton Agt. Gulf Refining 4
Room 44
Co., Orlan.o, Florida. 7-17-tfc
F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
FOR SALE
Full bearing orange and grapefruit and CONTRACTORPhone
grove, within 1 1-2 miles of postoffice,
on brick road adjacen to County DR. N. L. BRYAN 37
Club. A splendid subdivision prop-
osition at exceptional low valuation
DENTIST
for cash. Address "Prosperity," Sen-
tinel office. 8-14-12tc
All Ready for the PicnicMANY Phone 716
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FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton
one quarter mile from city limits; ,
A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVERa very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Bldg
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly 6-9-tf
and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I SURVEYINGPlating ARCHITECT
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. FOR RENT j-
and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building,Orlando, l- <1

New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS Pine FOR modern street.KENT, close-Six in.room Call bungalow 305 8-15-6tc East, PROMPT AND ACCURATE Florida.Member

WORK F. A. A. '
COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.You FOR RENT-Lower flat, unfurnished.Five .
never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas rooms and bath; large closets; HAL A. IRISH I
Range. And then if you wish to dose the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire fine porches; good neighborhood; everything : ZH

1 II 1 burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way.ir'tRLANDO 8-17-31 new. 703 W. Central. Civil Engineer \ i iI

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FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnished 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
flats and dwellings. Jas. A., ,
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WATER & LIGHT CO Knox. WANTED- 7-9-tf I I Phone 72 I .' '. .,



GAS DEPARTMENT WANTED-A small flat or three Paul V. Hutchins DR. L. H. RAMSDELi \1
furnished or unfurnished rooms for i
I I. light I OPTOMETRIST J.
-------.. -- _.. the same housekeeping floor, by the not moth necessarily or year on; j'Attorney and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAE ,
terms reasonable. Address W. D. B.,I -
Box 531. 8-18-Gt FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
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Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF sj

LOST-Somewhere between Orlando{I! ORLANDO, FLA.i OPTICAl REPAIRING
.1 11111111111111111111111111111111111111. I111II1111111111111111111111111111111111 and my place on the Conway brick :',
road, two automobile tires, one new ,
and the other second-hand. Return I
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to the undersigned, or the Sentinel
Cut Flowers
and receive reward. W. L. Dolive. I Ii Texaco

SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES 8-18-3tc WE WILL BUILD you a modern I i and Plants '

bungalow, five large rooms, bath, GasolineGravity
electric lights on a splendid lot, with
fruit and shade trees, near two lakes, Floral Designs
OCOEE, FLORIDAAll desirable location in the city one Test 68, the highest sold
block 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 Dell Florist.

the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- street. 8-18-Gt Coupon Book calling for 50 .

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest I buy BUYERS, sell rent AND, and SELLERS exchange: real gallons at 16 cents per gallon; J. M. CARUTHERS
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., delivered to home in five
over 30 years. Have handled your Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
ee ee ee ee over
prices .. .. ..
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$20,000,000. Call and see me. ((5) gallons at one time.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. I
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FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn 1

The rainy season is the best time to set work swings, go,to and Tracy all kinds& Moore of carpenter 18 East Our wagons are always at your I'

Church street. 7-25-1moc .
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep service.w CLINT BASSPHONE
To reduce our stock as much as possible W
one year's growth in advance of trees set by the 15th, will give a discountof 375
25 per cent. off our regular cash West Jefferson Street -
M. O. Dovell
'.. next fall. price on any goods in stores Ham-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf Successor to ..

Umbrellas recovered and repaired & Son Hand Wood CompanyWood
Det'ription "while you wait," at Young's Repair
jj Send for List and lowest
today Catalog, : : Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre

prices, to the above address The hired girl has went-she was 106 Grace StreetPhone PROMPT of SERVICE All Kinds

hired, she was tired, she was fired; I
but smile-you can get another by 283-2 Rings REASONABLE PRICE
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Mr. A. M. Harris left yesterday afternoon -
for Jacksonville to attend to
4 business matters.


Mr. and Mrs.J. N. Whitner, of Sanford I

were among the welcome visitors -
Travel in Panama to Orlando yesterday.Get FOR EVERY

t J and everywhere on American territory, is simplf&td by "A.B.A:'
next shave at the Stand-
Cheques. They are much safer to cary than cash; and they are your
'* accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would ard. 18-21-tf
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These cheques $10 A WEEK
4 are itlf-idcntifying. We recommend them to all who travel for Judge G. F. Cripps, one of Kissim-
business or pleasure. mee's well known citizens, was in Orlando -

The State Bank Orlando yesterday mingling. business
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- H. H. Child, one of Taft's representative -
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citizens, spent yesterdayin
Orlando transacting business and
calling on friends.
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How much did you save last monthin
? r I rfi cash or Savings Checks! 8-12-tf YOU SAVE

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dawson, who
have been enjoying life at Daytona

i Beach for home the yesterday past two afternoon.Mrs. weks,.returned $10 A YEAR

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Camilla Haddon and Mrs. V.
D. Moore have arrived in Orlando

from Tampa to visit their sister, Mrs.
J. W. White. '


.. ai1 8-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. .: IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS

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Mr. M. F. McDonald, one of the '
popular citizens of the Zellwood section :
looked after business matters in :

. Orlando yesterday. :
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Miss Florrie Bennett leaves this :

morning for Jacksonville to visit the : The Peoples National Bank
family of Mrs. T. K. Cureton, in Riv- :

erside. :
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Guavas! Guavas! at the Orlando :
Seed! and Produce Co. 18-17-6tc '
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"ELDER" Spring Water Mr. W. C. Sessions, of Tampa, was :
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st .,. Mr. E. II. Tomlinson, a prominentreal
estate man of Jacksonville, is
Phone WRIGHT444Better
.a spending today in Orlando, a guest at
the San Juan hotel.
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i IT BEST IT I How much did you save last month 4-Passenger Touring Car
(:.. I in cash or Savings Checks! 8-12-tf

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t: :i- -I- I Mr. F. M. O'Byrne, state nursery
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inspector, with headquarters in

lando.Gainesville, spent yesterday in Or- Fully equipped. Hartford



Mrs. F. M. Gillett left yesterday af- Shock Absorbers. Repainted
ternoon over the Atlantic Coast Line

for Oneata, N. Y., where she will visit
Wlr' relatives and friends for the next two
months. $275.00


Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
1821tfMr.

T. B. Kilcrease left yesterday
ANNOUNCEMENTThe
afternoon on a two weeks vacation,
which he will spend in Georgia, including -

following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effec- Columbus Americus and At- San Juan Garage Company j

tive August 2, 1915: lanta.

Ford Runabout ________$390.00 Miss Willie Beck, who has been vis- Orlando -DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS

.._ Ford Touring Car______ 440.00 iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.

'E3... Ford Town Car ________ 610.00 C. Beck in this city for the last two ''
-- weeks, left Sunday for her home in
; Z it- No speedometer included in this year's Orlando.-New Smyrna Breeze.

{ .t / equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped.
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Jfi.. :. f There can be no assurance given against let Deposit them earn your 4 per Savings cent. Checks interest and for 1111"I'I..t"'I" 11I11 11111M 1111111 ij
Y \ an advance in these prices at any time. you. 8-12-tl '
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t......-- : and father, Mr
P!:. 32 East Church Street Phone 226 W. A. Doan, left yesterday morningover
'.f:- ;,:, the Atlantic Coast Line for Day- Who Will Be Your Executor?
r tona Beach where they will spend a
couple of weeks.

ANSWER NO. 2 _
Robert A. Gordon was among those .
be materially impaired as a
Your estate may
leaving over the Atlantic Coast Line
direct result of the appointment of an executoror .
-- --. for points in other states. His destination e j
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will visit relatives. When an individual is appointed

'' -'q:: ,, The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
:, 18-18-tf is usually provided in wills that the person ;, i:
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
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: Misses Janie and Alice Whitner, from giving bonds.
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When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense -
AUTHORITIES DIFFER : C. W. Goodrich, on West street, left tj
of the estate, and then only partial security -
yesterday afternoon for their home in '
: : Jacksonville. z against loss is provided.

As to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but there .. When a Trust Company is selected r, r. ,

: is a certain period in the lives of most of us when our Leesburg visitors in Orlando yesterday The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
include Geo. A. Hanford, who is secured.
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with
has been visiting various in the
Diamonds.A places < A bond which has behind it the entire financial ,
state, and stopped over here, combin- filed with
strength of the Institution is always
reliable diamond merchant is.the best sort of ing business with pleasure. the Probate Court lit won rust to the estate.

pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. issue.
Deposit your Savings Checks and Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? let them earn 4 per cent. interest for of this newspaper. r ,
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you. 8-12-tf

Dr. E. R. Prince and Mrs. W. P. V Come in any time and freely ask for further } '_ _} E "

: Hill, of Orlando, brother and niece of | ;:; information on this vitally important subject. #.
i S. : Mrs. J. G. Bradshaw, have armed I (0 You are always welcome, and our officers are always '
: here and are guests at the Bradshaw I glad to advise.
T. H. I -
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home for a few days.-St. Petersburg I

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