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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 24, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLIJME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2-1, 1915. NUMBER 166. !




DIPLOMATIC BREAK BETWEEN U. S. AND i





GERMANY MAY BE AVERTED IS BELIEFPROVIDING





PROMPT DISAVOWAL-KAISER MAKES OF I GERMAN LOAN TO SAN JUAN GARAGE WILL ALL STRONGHOLD '


I ARABIC SINKING SOON BUilD LARGE $$30,000,000 IN RESERVE E



SITUATION CONTINUES GRAVE[ BANKRUPT ADDITIONINCREASE IN POLAND TOGERMANS


Wilson's Opinion Is That sever- I!I BANKS Of SOUTH" IS PlAN

NATION IN BUSINESS SO
ance of Diplomatic Rela- i
CONSISTENT AS TO WARRANT -

tions Need Not Lead I! IMPROVEMENT TO FINANCE E COTTON CROPS

to Open Hostilities STARTLING FACTS COME BERLIN REPORTS CAPTUREOF

OUT AT SECRET CON- August, 1915, Business Is Far
Washington, Aug. 23.-The gravity OSSIWIEC AND CON- .
with which America regards the sink- FERENCE LEADERS Ahead of Same 1914 Month; TROLS POLISH R. R.'s S i t i i i 1 i t i i t -
ACTION OF ALLIES LEADS
ing of the Arabic by a German sub- Great Demand for the UNCLE SAM TO CONVERT

marine with the loss of two American New Cars 12-INCH GUNS' TO FIELD McADOO TO REASSURE
lives was indicated tonight when some VAN HOL WEe[ ADVISES EARLY PEACE PETROGRAD IS NOT IN DANGERNaval e E R HOWITZERS PRODUCERS

definite information regarding the Owing to the large increase of bus- Philadelphia, Aug. 23.-A rush '

president's attitude was obtained General Von Moltke iness the San Juan Garage company order was received at the Phila-
Agrees Battle in Gulf of Riga
from a high officiaL has found it necessary to build a large delphia navy yard for the three CREATE BASIS ENLARGED CRt OITNat'l
With the ChancellorSaysNo Has Stopped Al Danger of 12-inch naval guns there to be
Good Reasons Imperative.It addition to their already large build-
Hope of Complete German Advance converted into field howitzers for
was stated that if Germany attempts ing. The new wing win consist of a on the use of the army. This will and State Banks Should

to defend the sinking of the Russian Defeat large salesroom and stock room combined Capital give the United States the first Make Loans on Warehouse .

Arabic, without offering good reasonsin ; quarters will be made also fora set of a large number of heavy
Amsterdam, via London, Aug. 23.- London Aug. .-While the naval Receipts at Low Rate .
extenuation, it is the administra field pieces. It was announced '
tion's present intention to break off At the secret conference of cabinet conveniently located office. victory in the gulf of Riga as reported at Washington several months of Interest -
ministers political leaders and influ- The new building will be enclosed believed
by the Russians, will it is
all diplomatic relations, and this action ago that this would be one of the
will probably be taken within 24 ential writers called by the German entirely in plate glass and will go to here, remove for the time being at first steps of the administration Washington, Aug. 23.-The actionof
imperial chancellor before the reassembling make this the most picturesque gar- least of German advance the allies in
hours after the receipt of the German danger a on to put the nation in a state of putting cotton on the '.
establishment in Florida.
communication. of the reichstag last Thurs- age Nearly Petrograd, semi-official dispatches received contraband list has caused Secretary
day to discuss the political situation, all the repair work of this companyis from the Russian preparedness.. of the :McAdoo
tonight cap- . . . . Treasury to announce
Wilson's Opinion.It the Telegraaf says Karl Helfferich now done on the second floor of the ital indicate that the government is that thirty million dollars or more

is now generally believed in of- secretary of the treasury, explainedthat building and the new addition will increase preparing the public for the loss of will be placed when necessary in the

ficial circles that only prompt dis- the new German war loan would the floor space of the first floor Brest-Litovsk and the entire second ELECTRIC ENGINES FOR reserve banks of the South to finance

avowal by Germany of the sinking of completely exhaust the empire's finan- by about one-third. line of defenses. the cotton crop.
the Arabic can avert a break betweenthe cial resources and that the increasein Despite the supposedly poor conditions The occupation of Ossiwiec, the last These funds will be reloaned to cot-

two governments. It is well un- exchequer bonds would cause bank- this enterprising firm reports remaining stronghold in Poland, is reported THE U. S. BATTLER ton producers at low rates of inter-
derstood that President Wilson's opin- ruptcy. Therefore, Dr. Helfferich that their August business has sur- today from Berlin and it gives est. :

ion is that the breaking off of diplomatic urged, it was needful to prepare for passed that of last year already by at the Germans control of the railway Create Enlarged Credit.
relations need not prove the. an honorable peace. least twenty per cent., and there are to Bielsk and Brest-Litovsk, completing CAliFORNIAFIRST
several days left in the month. Secretary McAdoo said that of
opening of hostilities. Difficulties Increasing. yet their grip on the Polish railways.The one
Messrs. Fort and Rogers are most fortress was evacuated by the his chief objects was to create a basisof

BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR ACCEPTED Chancellor von Bethmann-Hollweg enthusiastic about their Packard and Russians when the advance of CountLeopolds FIGHTING VESSEL TO such enlarged credit in the South
BY COMMISSIONERSWITH according to the same report, declared Studebaker lines for this coming sea- ; forces threatened their en- BE EQUIPPED WITH that the banks would have ample resources -
that the difficulties of the empirewere son; they believe they have the best to extend to the producerssuch
FEW CHANGESThe velopment. It is believed that all military ELECTRIC ENGINESWill
increasing and advised hi? values in their respective classes ever stores and guns have been re accommodations that they will
l hearers to use their influence to soften offered on the automobile market. The be able to carry cotton in warehouses _
moved. Berlin makes claim the
to
board of county commissionersmet no Be Launched Sept. 10 Has
down bellicose inclinations and expansion demand for the new Twin Six Pack- of for a reasonable length of time untilit
and with few changesof capture booty.
yesterday a
policy in the reichstag and the ard has been so great that they have Tonnage 32,000-Japan Is can be marketed advantageously.
minor nature accepted the bud- &
a
country and carefully to prepare already sold three-quarters of their Building Huge Mer- In order to accomplish this, he
get for the fiscal year 1915 and 1916, Fortifying Constantinople.;
peace proposals which would be acceptable -! entire allotment for the 1916 season. chant Marine said the national and state banks
which is as follows: to the four members of the The exceptional values offered by London, Aug. 23.-The Germansare which are members of the federal reserve -
Estimate of expenses, general fund, their whole attention to
devoting
$32,014. entente.Dr. the Studebaker Corporation for this New York, Aug. 23.-The keel of system should make loans on
Estimate of revenue, $33,699. Bernhard Dernberg's report of season are so apparent even to the inexperienced the fortification of Constantinople and .he battleship California will be laid warehouse receipts for insured cottonat
Estimates of expenses, fine and for- the failure of his mission in the buyer that their businessin to the defense of Adrianople says the low rates of interestA
fetiure fund, $15,469.80. United States and other neutral countries this line is sure to increase by a Times' Balkan correspondent. The in the New York navy yard September -
Estimate of fine and for- Low Rate of Interest.
re'enues. Turks, the correspondent says, for 10, it was announced This
the today.
feiture fund, $16,284. Telegraaf says, made ;a large percentage. These two lines
Estimate of expenses road fund strong impression on the conference. will be pushed exclusively from now some time have been preparing a sec- will be the first fighting craft in any Secondly, that the banks can well
' 4067235. MoltKe Worried. on and the purchaser of either of ond line of defense on the Gallipoli navy to be equipped with electric en- afford to carry cotton for the pro-
Estimate of revenue, road fund these makes of cars will be assuredof peninsula. gines for her own propulsion, although ducers at six per cent., especially if
$42313.Estimate of expenses special road General von Moltke chief of the unexcelled service. such engines have been thor- they are able to rediscount their cot-

fund, $43,351.Estimate general staff, declared that he fully The new Studebaker Four Forty at FIRST CASESt. oughly tested in their use by the col- ton paper at the federal reserve banksat
of revenue special road agreed with the chancellor and added at $885 and Six Fifty at $1,050 will lier Jupiter. a much lower rate than six per

_,fund Estimate$45,631.of expenses total $131- that'only those not fully informed on be here the latter part of this week Petersburg, Fla.-The first investigation Material for the construction of the cent.Thidr 1 _.
506.15. the situation could hope for the possi- and the public is cordially invited to which the grand jury will California' has been accumulating in that the credit resources of

bility of complete Russian defeat. inspect these cars for themselves. All make when it goes into session on the navy yard for several months. In the banks of the country are greater '

BASEBALL RESULTS Despite these decisions, the story the early deliveries on Packard cars September 14, will be the murder of most respects other than the enginesthe than ever before in our history and
concludes, the meeting refused to are sold and there will' be no car Mrs. C. W. Eliot and her daughter, California will resemble the bat- that there is no reason why banks

National League adopt such a resolution in the reichstag available for show purposes until Susan of Tampa on the night of tleship Arizona, but will have a ton- should not, in co-operation with the

New York 4-3, St. Louis 5-4. while the chancellor declared if about October fifteenth. July 2.Germany's nage of 32,000 as compared with the merchants of the South help the cot- a
Brooklyn 2, Cincinnati 3. a majority in the reichstag should Arizona's 31400. ton producers with loans at lower
show an irreconcilable chauvinistic at- rates in the
i present peculiar situa-
Philadelphia 3-13 Chicago 4-5.
Boston 3, Pittsburgh 2. titude he would be obliged to resign. Greatest Naval Japs to Build Great Boats. tion. .
-
as he could not accept respo- Seattle, Wash., Aug. 23.Ordersfor
Federal League for Germany's disaster. six 12.000 ton steamers have been Senator Fletcher Aroused.
Disaster Has Moral Effect
Baltimore 2, Brooklyn 5.
I placed by the Osaka-Shosen Kaisha Washington, Aug. 23.-The conven-
Pittsburgh 4, Kansas City 0.
Chicago 5, St. Louis 11. THE WEATHERFor -- Steamship company of Japan with an tion of Southern cotton growers and

American League London August 23.-The capitals {assisted by submarines and land defenses iron works in Osaka, according of- shippers will. protest against the decree -
S Florida: Fair today and ficers of the Japanese liner Panama of the allies putting cotton on
wreaked destruc-
Chicago 4, New York 3 11 innings. are jubilant today over the unexpected -I unexpected
J ; Wednesday; gentle to moderate shift- tion on the convoying German fleets Maru, which has arrived here from the contraband list it is probable, unless -
1 St. Louis 0, Boston 7. naval victory which the Russians,
ing winds. and transports. the Orient. Some of these ships will there are early prospects of re-
Southern League according to their accounts, have won Abe I I used in the trans-Pacific service.ORLANDO lief. This was asserted tonight by

Atlanta 7, Chattanooga 0. MERRILY THEY ROLL ALONG, in the gulf of Riga. England had Moral Effect Is Great. Senator Fletcher of Florida, who is

j Memphis 4, Mobile 2; 11 innings. ROLL ALONG more than a sympathetic interest in The moral effect of this action on t t t . t deeply concerned over the injury of

j Little Rock 5, Birmingham 3. the battle as a British submarine accounted the Russian people is expected in Lon- HAS MUCH TO BE the contraband order, which he declares A.

The Winter Park brick highway has for the German battle cruiser don to be great, as it probably will THANKFUL FOR THIS will affect the entire country.
ARE THE GERMAN AGENTS AND been formally opened to public travel. Moltke the loss of which, added to do much to allay the depression inci- YEAR Senator Fletcher is to confer soon A.

PROPAGANDISTS BEHIND the destruction of two cruisers, eight dent to the continued Russian retreat S with the executive directors of the .

THIS? . . . . torpedo boats and four transports, which has been arrested in the northern St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 23.-St. Southern Commercial Congress, of ..

. CARRANZA NEEDS TO READ constitutes the greatest naval disaster sector from Riga to Kovno. 'I. Louis county was recovering to- which he is president, regarding the

Amsterdam, via London, Aug. 23.- BOOK ON MANNERS AND suffered by Germany during the war. day from its third flood in as,. advisability of proposing a cotton con-
I A message from Hamburg, Germany, INTERNATIONALETIQUETTE Foil Hindenburg. Turk Collier Sunk. many days-a flood that ost. vention at Washington. He said to-

states that a company called the Swe- For the last week both Belgradeand Sofia, Bulgaria, Aug. .-The twelve lives, destroyed more than night that Great Britain's "harsh action" -
den-American line is being formed for S Berlin have been sending meagre Turkish collier Esphiahian has been a million dollars' worth of prop- was bound to work a hardshipon

passenger trade between New York Washington, Aug. 23.-No reply reports of naval operations in the gulfof torpedoed by a British submarine at erty, and made 2,000 families this country.K. .

and Swedish ports with German shipsnow has been yet received by the Riga, which were interpreted to Hadur Pasha, and the steamer Budosof homeless. -
idle in American ports. Delegates -I* state department from Carranza mean that Germany was attemptingto the German-Levant line, loaded Almost a hundred persons are OF P. GRAND CHANCELLOR A
of the concern are negotiatingwith in response to the appeal sent to land forces to protect the left flank with munitions and provisions has missing. River men fear the fall- GUEST

German companies for the pur- him for a settlement of the troubles of Field Marshal von Hindenburg in been sunk in the sea Marmora.. ing of the Meramec river may disclose -
chase of the ships, it is said. in1 ex ic.-o. A high official his efforts to overrun the whole of many more deaths. They Scott M. Loftin, grand chancellorof
of the department today said i Courland and thereby establish armies British Schooner Sunk. also said probably many more the Knights of Pythias, will be a

AS USUAL THIS BATTLE WAS OF nothing more than a mere polite ,,I along the coast route to the Rus- London Aujr. 23.-The British bodies would be washed into the guest of Welcome Lodge Orlando, .
TilE ";50-50" VARIETY I. acknowledgment of the receipt of 't sian capital. schooner :Martha Edmonds 182 tons Mississippi and be washed down this evening. It is his first visit here.

1* the note was expected. The PanAmerican i I Mosquito Flotilla. ,gross and owned at Fowey, has been stream. .
EMPIRE HOTEL LEASED FOR
Washington, Aug. 23.-Consular conference won't reconvene j I The official Russian report claim- .sunk. Her crew was landed. Equally distressing conditions
dispatches from Piedras Negras to- :. until a reply from Carranza ing a decisive victory for the allies to- I prevail throughout southwestern TWO YEARS

day report a battle at Jacamo, near is received, and it is believed that gether with the expulsion of the surviving German Destroyer Sunk Missouri and part of western Illinois 1 The Empire hotel has been leased c

Monterey between Carranza's troops he will not send it until he has units of the German naval j Paris Aug. 23.-Two French torpe- where there has been great by J. B. Magruder to C. L. Sewell, of

and the combined forces of Villa, Her- fully established himself in Mexico forces from the gulf contains few de j do boats encountered and sank a German damage to property and crops. Ocala, and L. R. Bracken of Lake-
nandez and Raoul Madero. BothBides City as this fact ,,'ould. tails. It is assumed that inasmuch as i torpedo destroyer off Ostend, The damage may aggregate $5-: land, for a period of two years.
the report states, claim victory. strengthen his claim to recogni Petrograd announced several days ago i (Belgium, last night, says an an- 000,000. Thousands of farmers *
The railroad between Piedras Negrasand tion. that her large warships had retired[ nouncement made here today. The I. and villagers are homeless. The best Wright & Ditson tennis
. . . t * * .
Saltillo is reported open. s from the gulf, the mosquito flotilla, French boats were undamaged. I 5 5 balls 33 cents. Curtis & O'NeaL ;:
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TilE :height" is an interesting feature to TURKEY PROVOKES ITALY 1
! o jserve. This is the determining factor Jacob Burkhard A. B. Cook & Co.
I Ithe
in the stability of a ship. Techni- Rome, via Lugano and Paris.-At
: ally it is the distance between alip's meeting of the Italian cabinet PLUMBER 30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla.

; center of gravity and center Foreign Minister Sonnino presentedan I _

I of buoyancy. The greater the meta- exhaustive report upon the Turkish -
, !centric heightor in other words the situation
showing the extreme
Dealers in Real Estate, Investments
i farther the center of gravity is below moderation of the Italian government
the 1 Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" and Business Oppor-
; fast- the buoyancy point of a vessel-the notwithstanding Turkish provocations, I I--,.
'.farther it may list to one side or the which he said have now become intol- tunities.
z Great
other without danger. Similarly aship erable.

[ whose metacentric height is ample The cabinet's decision was kept

: and is not so prone to list. In the case strictly secret, but it is believed the HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS

of of the "Eastland," the metacentric ministers agreed to use all means,
height is alleged to have been only even force, to obtain reparation for ;
heavy ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST f
From four inches. That of the average the injuries suffered by Italians in LOANS

tank boat is 18 inches, while in tworecently Turkish territory. MORTGAGES
i was a ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.Phone : .
own- built passenger steamers'en- -BANK STOCKS
" ering the port it amounts to 4 feet L Paris.-The Italian ambassador at

r f : by to 8 inches and 5 feet, respectively. Constantinople, says a Rome dispatch I TIMBER

From< this it may readily be seen why to the Matin, has been instructed to BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -
,
I a fire the ship capsized so quickly after hand to the Porte a note asking for a 204 I OF ALL KINDS.
having listed to a certain point. formal categoric statement as to the
them
departure of Italians from the Turkish -
of CIRCULARS VS. NEWSPAPERSAt : possessoins.The ItlMlliiaMltHMMMIMHiMltilintMIMMfllMMKEEP
:
dif-
note is couched in terms ad-
[ career the Chicago convention of the mitting no evasion. Without beingan

24, Associated Advertising Clubs of the ultimatum, it calls upon the Turkish COOL *!
World, in the retail advertising division government to declare yes or no _
more
during a discussion regarding whether Italians will be permitted to
Chi-port the comparative value of newspaper leave and when. DRINK

advertising and circulars, :Mr. Young,
of> Columbus, Ohio, said
th : CANAL ZONE: LESS POPULATED CHERRY SMASHThe
the "There are very few people who
will read a circular who do not read
One Washington, D. C.-Population of
{ some kind of a newspaper. The trouble the Canal' Zone has decreased twentyper ideal drink for hot weather.Pineapples .
with the man who uses the circular
-
> cent., or 7,780 persons, within a
he has got the wrong idea about
year. By police census taken July 10
the cost of newspaper advertising. Its
of last the total population was 29,926
hollow the cheapest advertising he can buy not including employes of the canal

people today for because the he can reach more and railroad living outside of the zone Now is the time to eat this delicious -

: lives money. and in Panama. The decrease is attributed -
"There is only one chance out of 1
a
dis to the practical completionof fruit.
thousand that that circular reach i
may '
the canal and the consequent reduction -
the real buyer of the
home. But
in the number of employes.
i when the newspaper goes into the Vegetables received fresh \
home it is paid for. Every member ,
of the family is looking for the newspaper GIVE UP HOPE FOR SHIP day
and every I
they are waiting for it, and if

] one it does not come they 'phone the office Mobile, Ala.-Owners of the Uruguayan .

and you have got to send a special ship Domingos Juanquin d e I
messenger out with the paper. Silva which sailed from Buenos Ayreslarch
its
of the And your advertisement is on the \ 1 for New York, and has not Our Grocery Company ,

same page that the news is, and when been heard from, have given up hope
pul-
from they read the news they are going to : for the vessel. Application was made : Two Phones: 3 and 200 I.

see your advertisement. It don'tmake to the underwriters for payment of

s, any difference what part of the' $55,000 insurance on the ship. The de 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. I

paper you have got it in, because the Silva carried a cargo of linseed. Hercrew
s women will read the society and the numbered twelve. 1.1,1.11111111,1111111,1",1,11",1111,11111 i ii

every men will read the sporting news. Butif

the l you experiment with your own local RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB -- t

newspaper and give it a chance, why 1
you are going to reach the people."
Located in
up the Arcade Building i
All work guaranteed and neat PER '
bow DOUBLE HANGING ly done. Our work is the best 25 I CENT Discount

and and our prices are the lowest.
I d Pensacola, Fla.-Protesting thei This is the place to have your '
I'.r, innocence to the last, Ed :Maddox and old clothes made new.
-
Emmett Thomas, both colored, went
For the benefit of
o f to their Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c. our customers
death at the
same moment b
I were ;y Suit dry cleaned, pressed___GOc. ,
hanging in the Escambia .
county jai
e No Suit pressed ------_______40c. we will give a 25
more than several dozen citizens,
s All Palm Beaches scrubbed

lowe and including the required newspaper dozen men legal and witnesses official and pressed ------______50c per cent cash discount on 4

:Mohair suits pressed ______25c. '
saw the execution of the two men all goods sold during the I
It was the first hanging since the
men i We do ladies' work also. Giveus
cut completion of Escambia's modern jai i a trial and be convinced. month of July and August.

several years ago. The jail contain I Clothes called for and delivered !
i an execution room and only a few people I
were are privileged to witness the exe


: ; way div. cutions.Sheriff Ellis shortly after 12 Phone-613.--- --- Hammond & Gore I.

o'clock sprang the trap which sent the
: were the two men to their deaths. FOR SALE! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I.

Maddox was convicted of killing a SCREENS 'HAT AM 1
lamps short white man at McKinnonville' while SCREENS i Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI. Orlando Fla.

Thomas was hanged for the murderof
and BOSTWICK GOODELL CO.
a woman at Bluff Springs.
I -
: light John W. Pounds, Agent : ,

BULGARIA MASSES TROOPS Box 703 --
I. -
As I 1
unfor- Naples, via Paris.-A dispatch to
I
the the Mattino from Saloniki says Bulgaria What do CAREY HAND
am- has concentrated 150,000 troopson you '
the Turkish frontier. 1
mor-
hope for in a FUNERAL DIRECTORAND +

Recent dispatches from Sofia have
be
varnish ?
agreed that Bulgaria is satisfied with ; EMBALMER ,
the territorial
It concessions offered herby
sta- the entente powers as the price of .
her aid in the war. The consent of
the t Serbia and Greece to these terms is THE All calls answered Promptly Day .

: awaited before the allies can concludetheir
part.de negotiations with Bulgaria. If AIO1' \ or Night. Hand Block. }

Bulgaria declares war upon Turkey it

$ lines is understood that she will receivegeneral UiJTROGARNISHES ) Orlando, Florida.PHONE .

,, financial' assistance from the

there was entente powers. 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,


and GIRLS WILL GET DOLLS


6 New York.-American importers of When you buy varnish' for your
of German toys regard the prospect of floors you hope that it will improve
the of those floors and
appearance
top- obtaining them from Germany as that it will be durable.

more hopeful today, owing to a recent Unfortunately much that is sold for AUTOYASHING\ STATION l
var announcement from London that a floor varnish won't realize that hope
short shipment of $300,000 worth would be for you.Lawson's.
I
s water allowed to come through Rotterdam. has a wonderful Lustro deep.Elastic lustrous Floor finish.Varnish It is THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
and American buyers who have visited easily applied because it works easily. It
the German is unequalled for durability and will not
toy manufacturers this scratch white. It dries absolutely dust }
S. MICHAEL Mechanic.
REPAIRING-F.
n year say that Germany is still making free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours hours and gets ,
enough toys to supply American de Known as "The Handy Man."
As for economy. Lustro has a covering i
true mand. Only enough German dolls to capaaty that is wonderful

ro- supply one year's demand are kept in Try out a case of bistro Elastic Floor
"' It stock in this country and it was said factory.amish at our ask returnable if unsatis WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any machine .

r that unless the British government parts. Work guaranteed.
Made by Valentine & Co.
also] allows new dolls to be brought from

be .I Germany American girls will have to Manufacturers of GASOLINE AND OIL

had be satisfied with American dolls. VALSPAR and

VAL-ENAMEL Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
of the BOVIC NOT SUNK I

-nol t London.-The report that the steamer I .
it is Bovic has been sunk is untrue
according -
All to be had at
nav- to the Press Association,
en which says the steamer arrived at PIONEER PAINT

when Liverpool Friday, and proceeded toe STORE Try a Sentinel Want Ad
th Manchester. Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.FINLEY'S .



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LETTER TO THE SENTINEL RITORY

The importance of systematic effortto

Paris.-A long manifesto againstany place the jobless man in touch I
4 FROM STATE BOARDJF annexation of conquered territory with the manless job is discussed by .
"Oakland Six"A
by Germany addressed to the German Farm and Fireside in connection with j

!F HEALTH chancellor jointly by committees of I I the headline "18,000 Men Wanted,"

the Socialist Democratic party and which appeared in many newspapers
I I
the Socialist group in the reichstag is 'lover telegrams bearing Oklahoma j

Foliage and Health published today by Humanite.The I(date lines. There is a tragedy every

healthin document points out that the :year in the treatment of the labor STUDY of the specifications, while convincing :
Shade is essential to perfect party joined the present struggle with supply in harvest, according to that

Florida.A the rest of the German people to defend journal. Unemployed men spend to the trained motorist, is not sufficient to impart even J Jan

well shaded residence lot is national existence and independence their last cent, ride on freight trains approximate idea of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can
worth from ten to fifty per cent.more not to make conquests. and walk the roads to meet the sup- : be
I I properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learnof -
than the same lot without trees.A "Every infringement by force," it posed need of farm hands. They are '
its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a
careful balance between shade says, "of the autonomy and independence -, not intelligently guided, and as a result A
( close view of its sturdy construction will convince the motorist that in
and sunshine is most to be desired. of a people contains the germsof "five hundred may go where a prospective

Excessive exposure to the glare of the future wars and implies in itself [i hundred can be used, and none may this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat

summer sun, especially in Florida, a dangerous coalition of enemies' go where five hundred could get a surprisingly low cost.

brings an undue tax upon the nervous against Germany." i I work. Landed in strange places,
The fact that it is Oakland is that it is built and that it
_system. We seek rest in the shade, I workless, moneyless and angry, they an your guarantee right

not in the place where the sun's rays HAVE CALLED BOND ELECTIONSt. becomes a vexation, if not a menace will give enduring service.

J beat down hard and hot. I I,to the communities in which they are ...

i, absorbs carbonic acid Petersburg, Fla.-Gulfport will stranded.
Vegetation A
Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric
gas from the atmosphere, a gas thatis have a new municipal pier and two I We agree with Farm and Fireside System

injurious and in appreciable quan- miles of asphalt streets if the $10,000 that such conditions are shameful,and The Oakland Six will seat five passengers No car is complete to day without a standard
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to animal life. This bond issue, called by the council board that they constitute a reproach comfortably without crowding. The driving electric starting, lighting and ignition system.
tities poisonous has of The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy. ,
compartment plenty leg room, even fora
there, is approved at the election on against the governments of the sev-
in clearing the atmos- I
action of trees tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down the starting button with
phere of this noxious gas is strong October 19. Prospects for the pass- .eral states and the nation. Through wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. This system is j
especially in the vicinity of large pine ing of the bonds are said to be good, !'organization and publicity it should cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, giv- operated by a storage battery which is charged ,
forests. it being the general opinion among :be possible to know in advance ap- ing real comfort to the passangers. The trim- by the generator.
ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.
residents of the little city that more t ipromoximately how hands will
many
Coming for the first time into a Great Strength with Light Weight Classic Construction :
town the visitor gathers his hard surfaced roads are needed. If $jbe needed to harvest the crops. With The Oakland principle of sturdy constructionwith I
city or the bonds are approved at the election :this information gathered, it should light weight is exemplified in this new A tapering extra deep frame of pressed steelis
initial impressions, good or bad, from model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, used. The rear springs clamp directlv to the
five mills will be added to the tax be available to every worker in i
the presence or absence of trees and I which means for the owner, low upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength. The
flowers. Well shaded streets are an rate, which at present is fixed at I{search of work, and there should be great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en- ,
twenty-five mills. The appointmentof :some agency to guide the idle man to tire length without overhang, giving it a firm,
invitation to remain. Bare stretchesof
of the the and Power and Speed secure foundation. This Oakland construction 1
F. J. Davenport, proprietor job, to prevent a surplussage
sand suggest a short stay. From I eliminates the unsightly side usually
apron
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the surroundings of the railway sta- Bayview hotel, to the position of road of applicants. The federal govern- The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor found between the body and running board.
supervisor was postponed on recom- ment has taken up experiments with will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all 1
the windows,
tion seen through car
mendation of Mayor J. II. Parks, and the labor problem with just such an the flexibility and smooth running qualities a Hotchkiss Drive .
one instinctively draws conclusions as Six should have, and is very responsive to the
it is likely the appointment will be end in view.
to the character of the town and its throttle. The driving power is applied to the rear
made later.ITALIAN
people. Vistas of shaded drives approaching Low Center of Gravity axle and wheels without shock or jar, the
MORE BERGS THIS SUMMERSt.
the station, cultivated flow- rear springs acting as a cushion. This construction l'
CRUISERS READY TO Like all Oakland models, the weight of this saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
ers carefully tended, call for favoring DEPART Johns, N. F.Icebergs are pres- car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives un-
comment and compliment. The sta- side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires usual riding comfort. a
ent in the waters about Newfound-
tions along the Pennsylvania railroad and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This .
north from Washington illustrate the Taranto, Italy, via Paris.-A strong land much later than usual this sum- low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features
squadron of fast cruisers is being mer, according to reports by mail ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in.
point, and what can be done along the Left hand drive with center control. Gear
held in readiness to steam from hereat steamers from Labrador. Large num-
Jersey flats may be done more easily Vacuum Gasoline System shifting lever of the ball and socket type.
and quicker in Florida. a moment's notice. It is expected bers of bergs were sighted, some of Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake
that the warships will be sent aganist them stranded in shallow bays or on The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is absolutely drums. Horn button in center of steering
The matter of fact utilitarian may automatic. You can forget you haveit wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
Turkey if that country declines to satisfy the outer submerged ledges and some
' scoff at the proposition, but it wouldbe I I on the car. No air pump to get out of orderor One-man top. with clamps to windshield with-
of the most effective adver- Italy's demands for the release of i[I drifting southward toward trans-At- leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in j
one Italian subjects held in the Ottoman I lantic lanes. Floe ice, however, has gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board. I
tisements that could be bought for Empire. disappeared.The all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallonof Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a
the money. Nature and natural United States coast guard cut- gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad run-
to all. The sacri- of the car where it belongs. ning boards.
beauty appeal us
Guests registering at the San Juan ters Seneca and Miami, after a five
fice of nature's beauties hurts, if it'
hotel yesterday included E. Bullard, months' ice patrol off the Grand

does not even disgust us. I I C. S. Watson, A. A. Cook, Atlanta; Banks, have quit work for the season.

Trees have three distinctive values, N. B. Burge, C. A. O'Meara, Tampa; The Seneca followed one large ice- $795.00 f. o. b. Factory

if not more: Their commercial J. H. Holcombe, Wm. C. Sessions, II. berg for thirteen days until it grad- .
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worth, their value to the health of the F. Parsons, wife. and baby, Tampa; ually melted into a "growler."

community, and that value which appeals -,John S. McKay, Macon; C. P. Fair-

to the aesthetic sense. The two banks, Baltimore; J. D. Mitchill, II. FIVE ARMY CORPS READY J. B. Magruder Jr. Distributor

latter frequently, if not usually, are C. Cantwell, E. H. Tomlinson, A. Rice ,

sacrificed and forgotten when the King, H. T. Morrell, Jacksonville; A. Brindisi, Italy.-Five army corps

pocketbook value is satisfied. It's an Saurwalt, Philadelphia; Owen V. concentrated at Apulia have been or-

unfair use of one of Florida's biggest Jones, New York; W. C. McGill, dered to be prepared to leave for an

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BEAUTIFUL MEDALLION PORTRAIT

REPRODUCED FROM YOUR

OWN PHOTO Of Ladies' Spring Suits,


s. ; Exquisite Minatures Coats and Summer .Dresses

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The Latest achievements of the Portrait

f; Art, with Porcelain Effect

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,J49; How to Secure These New fall gooods are arriving daily, ; ,


M Medallions FreeWhen and naturally we are desirous of sellingall j


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

Water ColorThis r wonderful HALF PRICE SALE.We .


CarbonThis Scpia marvelous! style produces with These $5.00Columbia realize that your satisfaction is our "suc-
exactness the
style has the beau- This is the beautiful

tiful soft tone and deeD brown color so much loved and flesh eyes tints, as, color well as of thoseof hair Medallions cess and that no success can be built on misrep- ;

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


JJ K C 1I P T I C) 1ST : awaits you at this GREAT HALF PRICE SALE. i

These beautiful Photo Medallions are the most,artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on i
non-corrosive metal specially prepared. The portrait is burnt In, same as on porcelain and covered with heavy
celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled, thus preserv
ing forever the features of those you love. You cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a fine Y owe II Duckworth Go.
porcelain hand painting. They are worth $5.00 each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute FacSimilie #
of the Photograph Furnished. They are elegant, dainty and artistic, and make a beautiful ornament for
the home, whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed. not Olrando's Largest Store "Quality Did It" 0
here set forth, will be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Price
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Kr I i- ; NOW-- AN EXCELLENT A IIL y LEAVES i!I YOUNG CECIL AYRES DIED AT

SKIN SOME ONE. ORLANDO DAMA
has for years been the !I
( ground for the slick. The I Among those leaving Orlando Sun- Miami, FIa.-Following an illness
who can goozle no more in !day afternoon over the Atlantic Coast :of about ten days, Cecil Ayres, the IA
North makes his plans through Line were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shepp, |eight year old son of Mrs. E. A.
sultry summer to come to some of Misses Antoinette and Lea Mayer, !1 Thornhill, of Dania, succumbed at his
easy cities of the South during Messrs. Walter, Earl, Jacob, Vincent home at 3 o'clock yesterday morning.
chilly months in the North and Mayer, and Phillip Ott. I Death was due to heart ailment. The We Are
his purse-filling plans among the These good folks were bound for : little fellow was decidedly popular at
people. Usually in the Denver, Colo., where after a stop ofa i I Dania, where he was born and reared.
he has made "a go" of it; but I I few days they will go to Jackson His death was a shock both to his
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he has something specially in- county, that state, where they will re- mother, who previous to her marriageto om.
he should avoid spending side. E. A. Thornhill, a few weeks ago,
sum required to reach here-for Many friends regret their departure was Mrs. Ayres, and to his many
jails are carrying their quota at and hope that some time they youthful friends at Dania. Mr. Ayres I
present time. The authorities are may again return to this city. died several years ago.
DoingJust
I' wise to many of the older Mrs. Jacob Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. The remains will be shipped to
-and believe they can detect Sylvester Mayer, and Messrs. Paul Oakland, Fla., tonight, where funeral
newer ones at sight. "id Gerald Mayer, expect to join services will be held tomorrow. Deceased -
visitor during the coming sea- them some time later on. was a grandson of P. II. Roper,
will be more free from the slick of Dania.
of the peripatetic pervert NEGRO CHARGED WITH THEFT
ever before. At the same time \
use his own methods of self- Yesterday afternoon Police Officer
The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's little than
-precisely as he would Broom arrested Walter Artis, colored a more wepromise
he at home. With this precau- who is charged with breakinginto I
and the active aid of the officers and robbing the grocery store in
Florida municipalities there will the "Bend in the Road" on the Winter Select Boarding and Day
each visitor every courtesy Park highway, Sunday night. Artis School for Girls
I 16th Year October 6th
1915
-and life will be made one carried off the cash register and a opens
Primary, Intermediate and Academic
sweet dream of blissful beauty. couple of pistols.
place in America can present I On the way to the Park, he held upa Gradea That's
restful attractions than may be couple of colored men and com- Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
in this county-away from the pelled them at the point of the pistolto Culture and Domestic Science.
dismal din and deviltry-here turn their pockets wrong side out. For Catalogues address the Rector,
the sweet scents of gladsome The men reported the matter to the ReV Rodtrick P. Cobb, A. M.,
give gracious greeting-here I officials and they soon had their man Orlando, Fh..
only the glad are good, and under surveillance. Artis attempted I ----- -- I the history of our success. It
man has co-operated with to get away, but was intercepted and
Nature in efforts to make ev now languishes durance vile.
should be the
environment entrancing.-Palm FIELD'SCHOCOLATE foundation of

Post. ENJOYING THEIR AUTOMOBILETRIP
e every enterprise.The .
I EVENING STAR
GERMAN GUN BOAT. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman and son,
past week has been an unus- Mr. Edwin Beeman, who left Orlando
exciting one for some of the vis Saturday morning in their large Pack- VANILLA
at Coronado. A light has been ard touring car for New York and most favorable and most I II
directly opposite the beach, ap the New England States, write from PEACH
about three or four miles out Gainesville to a friend in this city, as CARAMELICE I powerful feature attached to any
shore. There was quite a dis follows: "Had a fine run; arrived
as to whether it was a Ger- here at 5:45. No rain. Good hotel. CREAMS. business isSatisfaction '
gun boat, submarine or a com- Leave for Valdosta at 9. This will be
fishing smack. It was claimed our worst day, as part of the roadsare
one night a large supply of gas- bad. Looks as if it would be
was brought over for the sup- clear. Will be in Macon Monday CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c.
boat. After due investigation night." I
been ascertained that the light
only the evening star. This is W. R. SPEIR'S FUNERAL
first time in the memory of the CLUB SANDWICH 25c.
inhabitant that this star has The funeral of W. R. Speir, who
at Coronado to take on fuel. died Saturday at Lakeland, took place .2
.
be seen even now, provided Sunday afternoon from the home of
unusual amount of gas does not the deceased on East Colonial. Drive, We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
tion.,0 it to exceed its usual speed the Rev. J. B. Ley, of the Methodist
.-New Smyrna Breeze. church, officiating. Interment was at and Delivered for All Satisfaction full and complete is
o the Mizelle cemetery on the East road.
TO "KID" OR I The pall bearers were Messrs. Domi- OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S our eternal aim.
us: nick, Vick, Caldwell, Trott, Adams,
Florida Metropolis says in a and Crawford.
line that seventeen hundred car /
of rock for the new stone bridge TODAY'S MEMORY GEM
Florida East Coast railway, at
As To Quality and
"will come from Orlan- Choose your friend wisely
Fortunately the text writer and Test your friend well.
True friends, like rarest gems,
head line writer are at variance, Prove hard to tell.
the story says that the rock is to Winter him summer him, Values
I from Ojus, which is just right Know your friend well.
I proper, for Orlando hasn't a stone -Selected.An When it comes to delicious light
enough to throw at a mocking *
ad. in the Morning'Sertir.el is a
-Miami Herald. safe investment. WAFFLESAND
-- without that
It goes saying our

SEEDS! SEEDS SEEDS SYRUP customers are the recipients of

Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If both. We refuse to stock

not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem- THIS IS ONE OF OUR anything
ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS.
OUR IRISH POTATOESare SPECIALS but the best and we

here waiting for you. Prices right.
Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MA- 15 centsCatering charge FIRST AND LAST as ,
NURE? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow- s '
ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur- ]little as we consistently can
chaser. 25c. packages and up.

Orlando Seed & Produce Co. To Those for it. .

Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.

PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY Who CareAN

A' "Adam fell for" an apple

r Hundreds of people will "fall for"

APPRECIATION What? Can you guess? ,

Generally speaking, editors get little enough praise. We want to express our appreciation -

of the editorial in Sunday's Sentinel on "Church Going." It was timely and

well worth consideration by all. If you failed to read it get a copy of the paper and

read it. It will be worth your while. Watch our Ads, we'll an-


swer the riddle ourselvesOicksonIves
FOR SALEA


few thoroughbred Barred Rock Cockrels and


pullets; also Eggs for Hatching.

These are from prize-winning stock, and will Co


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SOCIAL CALENDAR ADDITIONAL LOCALS n !

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Tuesday, August 24.
Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will meet Mrs. John F. Empie left yesterday
at the church at 10 a. m. Dinner afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine
will be served. for a visit with relatives and GRANDTO
Methodist Sewing Circle will be
en- friends in Little Rock and Ho
tertained by Mrs. J. L. Guernsey. n I '
Wednesday, August 25.; Springs, Ark. n
Mrs Jos. Bumby will entertain the
Junior Matrons. Mr. Everett C. Johnson, son of Mr DAY
Twentieth Century Club meets with :
Mrs. W. S. Branch. and Mrs. C. W. Johnson, of 712 Division U L I _11 i:1>.1_ U
Thursday, August 26. street, left yesterday afternoo ---
A beginners' shoot will be held under for Boone, Iowa, where he will attend
the auspices of the Orlando Gun school. .******" o FRIENDSHIP LINKS .
Club, on the grounds at the Coun- s .l!
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., try Club. w Every girl l should have one of these Bracelets, each
Those hidden qual- The Rook Quartette will meet with Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the Firs link from a different friend.
Mrs. Gross.Celebration Methodist church of Orlando, left yes j 1
of golden wedding anni terday afternoon for where he ll 25c. including engraving. =
ities which are the versary of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Star- Tampa j
buck, "at home." will spend a couple' of days with relatives -
Friday, August 27. and friends. .
real source of re- Regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS. J
at the Baptist church. Paramount Pictures Corporation
Mr. and Mrs F. A. Curtis hav
sponsiveness and THE SUMUSSEPTUM --o- gone to Atlantic City for a three Presents b- .ocr- -d)
CLUB. week's sojourn. They will visit New 1,
flexibility will show The regular weekly meeting of the York and Washington before returning VIOLET HEMINGin -- ------- './
Sumus Septem Club was held at the I home. If quality for a low price is an objectour
home of Miss wall papers will win your favor.
Dorothy Johnson j
j themselves beforeyou yes- "THE For the next 30 days will I
Miss Bessie Moseley' one of his- RUNNING FIGHT" we offer for
terday afternoon. One table of bridgewas sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
enjoyed by the members. Those simmee's attractive young ladies, From the book by Wm. Hamilton from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the 1
have been at not playing bridge spent the time spent yesterday in Orlando the guest time to buy, and do your papering a
I' of friends. She was en route horn Osborne. when you get ready. aWe J
sewing and
chatting. A
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dainty course
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the wheel five min of refreshments was served by the I from an outing at Daytona Beach. ; ; Grade also Paints carry, Oils a full and line Varnishes.of High. :i C

hostess late in the afternoon. We invite to call and
you inspectour i
,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ponder hav
utes. Those present were the Misses Car- r stock. a
oline McFarquer, Mary and Ruth Me as their guest their brother, Dr. Dea
Cullough, Cornelia Miner, and Noren i Ponder, from Orlando, who arrive
Evans, Mrs. D. B. Raulerson and Mrs this afternoon. He came especially Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O I
James Evans. to escort his mother, Mrs. N. D. Pon I
The meeting will be held next Mon der, home on Tuesday.-Ocala Star. 205 S. Orange Avenue ,
afternoon COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.
day at the home of Mis
FIVE
GREAT PARTS .
Cornelia Miner. J. D. Mitchill, city accountant, ..
It gets away in- --0- passed through here yesterday morning I 1
iMMHIOHMMMIIIIIilMMIHIMMilMMMMinMiI
I IS WELL KNOWNTO on his way from Miami to Or =
stantaneously. The ORLANDO PEOPLE. lando, whence he will proceed, when I 10 cents 20 cents I J
Word his work is finished, to his home in
comes to Miami of the good New Ice
fortune of Miss Lucile Atkisson, who, New York. He will pay his periodi Company jj I
motor seems to have with her mother, Mrs. R. V. Atkisson, visit to this city about Friday, October -
is spending the summer in various 1.-Palm Beach Post. PHONE 675 a 1
more and still more California resorts. Madame Schu-
mann-Heink has a home in San Diego Dr. S. S. Jones has moved his family -

power when occa and during this summer has sung sev have from Daytona Beach, where they Delivery Daily : 1
been
eral times in free concerts for the vis- sojourning for several
sion itors who have thronged to the expo- months, back to Orlando. He has his
requires. On sitions in San Francisco and San Die- new residence, just south of Lake Wait for our wagon. We think .
go. In July, Miss Atkisson was for- Lancaster, completed and ready for '
direct drive the tunate and talented enough to securea occupancy. They will be cozily settled you will like our ice. j4 j

place in Schumann-IIeink's chorus, within the next few days. -

speed can be varied ; winning the place over ten applicants. 4i
Miami Herald. Mrs. T. E. F. Hoskins and daughter, ROOf GARDEN

from low to high CLERMONTWEDDING. -0.- left Miss Sunday Helen, afternoon and son, Master for Hendersonville Francis-, .: The New Ice Company jj jjIMM1IIMIIMtllMM .i"I

where they expect to spend the r
with exceptionalsmoothness. Miss Anna Rosena McCready and remainder of the summer enjoying .'I itntniMtMlltlMltMMMMMttMIMtlltMMIMCtMMMttttM Mi OM "
Dr. Frederic George Garner were life in the mountains. Miss Helen TODAY = ]
Ob- married at Clermont yesterday will spend a couple of weeks in a
horning J JI
at 10 o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Hooks, camp for girls located near that .

viously these fea- of the Methodist church, officiating. place. "NICKVItTTER AND THE : 1
i The wedding took place at the home MASKED THIEVES"A t.
of the bride's sister, Mr. and Mrs I Passing through Orlando yesterday : o
tures are the direct Hugh F. Houghton's residence. The afternoon from New York, where they three part comedy drama. FRANK A. CURTISWILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;:; 1A
bride's homels at Haynesville, 0.,and had been spending several weeks,
result of close, care- she has been the guest of her sisterat were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Matchett, en ,1
Clermont since route to their home in Pine Castle.
January. The "IN OLD ILL DeFRANCE"One
ful manufacturing.The groom is "practicing physician of Mr. Matchett is one of the big boosters .
Mulberry. of his town and has been engaged reel educational, in photo
--v- while in the North in interesting pros- color. j
KNIGHTS OF PYTIIIAS. pective home seekers in one of the
Be a Knight if only for a night. best little towns in Orange county.W. 1
Wheelbase is We are to hold' a district meeting on CURTIS & O'NEAL
The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
T. Chapman and family, with J.
Tuesday night, the 24th. The grand
chancellor will be with us and the S. Eaton, wife and child, motored to The One-Price Theater j
j 110 inches committee will spare no pains to makeit Zephyrhills Friday, returning Sunday Insurance Loans Real Estate : : .j
worth your while to be with us and afternoon. They visited Mrs. Chap-

we intend also to see that the inner man's parents and sister, Mr. and I Pair Silk Hose given away at 9 Rentals
man will be well cared for, so come Mrs. C. Whitfield, and Mrs.J. F. Steb-
and show your appreciation for our bins. The trip was fine. Parts of the o'clock tonight.
!abor. All visiting Knights in our road were in poor condition, while .f
t city will be made welcome. other portions were in fine shape. They
H. C. Robertson, W. P. Gwynne, C. went by Webster and Dade City but 10 cents 5 cents i
K. Pomeroy, committee.M. returned by Plant City and Lakeland. :!
S. King, C. C. The[ trip was made without an acci- JJ Jt
dent, and all -travelled in Fords. t
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Wednesday night, "Monopolist, -
$850.00f. ESTABLISHED 1886
GOLDEN WEDDING -
ANNIVERSARY.An Guests registering at the San Juan three parts. oJd Id Ia
hotel yesterday included J. H. Fitzgerald
approaching event of interest is .
the golden wedding anniversary of Richmond, Va.; John H. McCoy j
o. b. OrlandoPMllips Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Hudson. Invitations A. H. Mcintyre, Baltimore; Mr. .. IMMIMIIIIIMiilllllllMIIMIMMIinMllliiilillIt }
/ have been issued requesting and Mrs. A. T. Thomastine, Mr. and
the pleasure of a large number of Mrs. Penn Dawson, O. A. Talley and
friends Tuesday, August 31, at 502 wife, J. R. buckler and J. R. Mickler, .1
East Washington street, from 3 to 6 Jr., Tampa; II. L. Mueller, St. Louis;
o'clock. The invitations are attractively Geo. Armsberger, Ohio; M. B. Rosen- .
printed in gold. Following the berg N. Y.; Jos. L. Ro'senheim, Cincinnati Melts in Your Mouth i
invitation proper is, "Capt. S. R. Hud- ; Sampson Levy, New Orleans;
son-Miss Mary A. Weaver, Sunny I Miss Gertrude Futch, Lakeland; W.
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Hill Farm Henry County, Illinois." \L Coble, Jacksonville.

J[SUPT. McKINNON HAS RECEIVED FUNERAL OF T. A. YANCEYThe DAILY BULLETIN 1'

r 1 TIIE FOLLOWING NOTICE funeral of T. A. Yancey, who 1
I F: jor' the benefit of those desiring to died Friday morning, was held at his PEACH !i
'e state, special and primary certifi- residence on Division street Sunday VANILLA i
lIw tes, lIon. W. N. Sheats, state super- afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, the Rev. SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL i
r rI : tendent of public instruction, has Geo. W. Tolson conducting the ser- PINEAPPLE -
ant out the following notice to couny vice. Messrs. Chas. P. Dow, Geo. JIc- Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape-Ice !
superintendents. Culloch, W. A. Dade, E. L. Bliss, W.M. .
: Tallahassee, Fla., Aug. 17, 1915. Slemons, and James Knox were CHERRY
*' Notice is hereby given that examinations pall bearers. CARAMEL I t
l I for state, special and primary I
j certificates will be held again in three
sections of the state, beginning on FavoriteTODAY'S W e deliver from one quart up ...

Tuesday, September 14, at 8:30 a. m, 1
at DeFuniak Springs, Titusville, and
& Lakeland. Y'S PROGRAM
W. N. SHEATS, Reliance. "The Buried Past." A
State Superintendent.TOO drama. Hand's Pure Ice Cream 1
edy-drama.American. "Wife Wanted." Com-

j LATE TO CLASSIFY ilajestic. "Back to the Kitchen." ,
Comedy. ----- J
: Sons WANTED-Will rent for one year a Keystone. "A Bear Affair." Com- phone 566 and 666 {
cottage, on nice bt. Prefer location edy.This
within three or four blocks business is an excellent program. One
center. Will buy if suited. Address drama and three good comedies.
"Home," care Sentinel. 8-23-2tc Five cents to all. --

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; HOW TO ADVERTISEErie THE END OF TIlE WAR NEW ORLANDO ROAD IS PROVe CONTRACT IS SIGNED FOR NEW |I ---- --
1
ING POPULARThe
BRICK
l ROADS
W. Allen, head of the depart- From Rome comes the "confident

s ment of journalism in the state uni- hope" that the war will end by Christ new brick road to Orlando is I
B. A. and J. FOR SALE
Inglis R. of
Copeland
,
versity of Oregon, in addressing the mas; the Kaiser assures his people I proving popular with automobilists, .
citizens of Glendale, Ore., on the subject and especially on Sunday. Last Sun- Birmingham, representing the Alabama -
i "The Newspaper in Your Town," thai it will not endure longer than day there wet: between 20'and 30 Paving company, and also T. B.I I

said: October. Financiers, "after a careful Orlando automobiles on the streets of Gillespie, of the same company, were i

r "Advertising in the country papersis survey of the resources available," in- Kissimmee and equally as many from in the city yesterday and signed the 't Will offer for sale for a few day

the best investment a country mer- sist that bankruptcy will be enforcedon Kissimmee in the Orange county cap- contract with Chairman E. L. Lesley, I I

chant can imfke. The merchant's advertising the belligerents after Novembersome 'tal. The road was alive with cars all of the borad of county commissioners I II I the property corner Orange Avenue
of them will have neither creditnor ,
for the building of the brick road
r the
should be news. It should durnig day, going and coming.
tell something very definite about cash at the present rate of ex- When the Osceola county part of from the city limits of Kissimmee to Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

what the store offers, and the copy penditure to last longer, says the the road is completed the road will the Orange county line, there to join

: should be changed frequently. The Jacksonville Times-Union. But can prove even more popular. The roadis the brick road to Orlando. the skating rink property, for $26,000.
not be continued after cash and
t advertising columns should be made war likewise proving a great thorough- Mr. Copeland exhibited a telegramhe

i as interesting as any other part of credit are gone? Having experiencein I j fare for travelers from other counties had sent to the Atlantic Coast Line $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
\ the matter, we know something railroad stating that the contract had
the paper, and the merchant's 'ad. going through on long trips.
f should appear with the same regularity whereof we speak. Not even after Orange county is now preparing to ., been signed and the company was and interest at six per cent. :

i z as the editor's news. An adver- Appomattox did the Confederacy find fill in the gap between Pine Castle ready to begin work as soon as the

.. tisement in the local paper is by no I If itself powerless to resist longeritwas and the Orlando city limits. The railroad placed switches at Meridia S

f,. means charity. It brings big returns; i ir the example of Lee and his ad- water pipes have been laid to begin and the stock pens near the new homeof

r first in direct business when it is handled I vice that disbanded our armies, which the laying of the cement curbs. Mr. Leslie, north of the city. Mr. ;
could have fought as the ancestorsof Copeland stated that the railroad had C. A. HOVEY
with a little common sense; sec- President Copeland, of the Alabama
ond, in building up the community. those same men, retired to the I Paving company, which has the con- agreed to place the switches as soon
mountains and the forests after i
r "The paper should be made as important tract for the paving of the stretch of as the contract was signed.-Kissim-

j.( an agent of a town's improve- Washington and Greene had been road in Osceola county from the Kis- mee Valley Gazette. i!
driven from the field. Had Lee rid-
ment and prosperity as the church or simmee city limits to the Orange I

: the school. The great problem of the den away from Apomattox with a'corporal's county line, states that his company SAMPLES OF FINE CORN i II I ___u__ _____ ______..
resistance would not
small town in these days of centralization guard will start to work upon the road justas
have while Forrest and Dick
and parcel post is to make itself collapsed soon as Chairman Leslie, of the There has been the largest and best
Th.e
; a good place to live in and a i Taylor lived. board of county commissioners, returns yield of corn in Florida this year of bvdarket: :
But if we are to have within
pleasant place for the country pea I. peace and signs the contract.-Kis- any in the history of this state. Someof OF CLEANLINESS
in told the OF
a year Europe we are proposals QUALITY
simmee Gazette.
If it doesn't do thatit Valley
pie to come to. the corn grown will compare very
must come from Germany,
is doomed to disappear. I favorably with any produced in the OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
which struck the first blow what
; are
f "No town should be so shortsighted i NORWAY TO MONOPOLIZE famous corn lands of the Middle FRESH AND SALT MEATS
her demands? From Berlin comes
i as not to give every encouragement ( I WHEAT West. Some of the samples which Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

. to the man who is trying to make a I Ith German answer Africa: must be returned or Mr. Dan McKay, a thrifty and successful Everything screened away from the flies and kept freftb
: newspaper there. He is in one sense I | London.-A Reuter dispatch from farmer residing in the western and
pure.
compensation allowed in Asia Minor.
the most important citizen. He Christiana the Norwegian of the left in
can says parlia- part county, recently Invite
We and
inspection satisfaction.
guarantee We
Belgium will be held by Germany. have
f- do more for the town both at home ment has agreed to establish a tem- Orlando are as fine as can be pro..
I France must cede a line of seacoastto everything in the Meat Line.
and abroad than any other one man. porary state monopoly on wheat. duced anywhere.
include Calais and an indemnity -
pay
k lIe should be backed up in his effort I
I for defending herself against in- H. VdC. Self & Co.
i to do business at business prices and vasion.

in a business way. It would be justas Russia must surrender a seacoast '-'E- PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
sensible for you to let your schools
from her Baltic provinces, giving con-
|t run down"as to let your newspaper trol of the Baltic and a road to Pe- --- ____ __ u __ ______ ___


t f. run down.EXPECT GEN. LOUD trograd.In be made the. of treaty Germany's full recognition right to must com- COUNTRY SCHOOLS BEGIN NEXT WEEK[[


t Gen. George B. Loud, past commander mercial and cultural expansion.Now f We have all of the books used in all of the schools of Orange

f of the Grand Army of the Re- before these terms can be ac- County which we sell at the regular state contract price.

public, is expected to arrive in Pensa. cepted the military strength of Ger- We also have in stock a full assortment of School Supplies,

r cola, and will spend a few days in this many's enemies must be broken or including Tablets, Slates, Pencils, Inks, Book Bags, Rulers, Pens,

city. General Loud has been in New England's financial ability be de- etc., etc. Our trade in this department has increased constantlyeach

t Orleans for several days and lectured stroyed. England's credit is offered year since we began to develop it. Proving thus that our .

' there recently, in which he paid a her allies, and she has just raised bFl prices are right and our goods perfectly reliable. Think of us

high tribute to the Confederate Vet- three billion dollars by popular sub- when you need school things.

erans. 1 scription. Lord Kitchener says he
W. S. BRANCH
l George Loud's home is in New can find the men and the money to ,

' York, and he is the lecturer of the ,fight for four years, and England re- 1 THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
l It =:; I
school board of that state. I fuses to talk of peace till Germany's I

f powers of resistance have been "ut-

terly broken." Under these condi- SKATING RINKLADIES'

tions it might be well for us to as- A NEW OPPORTUNITYfor

sert our right to do business while

r Bargain the other fellows are fighting.-Lake the Man Woman who says,

land Morning Star. "Now, if I only had a Typewriter!" SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -

know how fast the dates grow old on your ought-to-be-answered letters. j AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
SHIP WEATHERS GALE YOU think of the labor of '
you slowly penning the pages, it is usually a -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING
of the "Manana" EXCEPT
Spanish -tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which
1 | Pensacola, Fla.-Exceedingly rough makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as* letter-receiving. It is not a large INSTRUCTORS.Open .
Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.
t New house, 8 rooms and bath. weather was encountered by the Nor- It is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m, 7.30 p.m. to 10.30
I wegian ship Dova Lisboa, now mooredat I pondence. And its price is only $50.00. Here at last is the high-class, home p.m.

Location perfect, 4 blocks from the east side of Tarraona wharf, machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter. Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

for the purpose of discharging a car- Don't it
it-type
r center of city, east side. of here pen
go manganese ore, brought
EVERYDhaceefmodernlifebasitsbnsi-Marathon to a type-clicking hnodred-
!
For sale from Rio Janeiro. The ship was vis- i : : Audcleanlytypedpagesscore
Cash
quick $3000. or to be business-like. Maybe you are secre with the"prof" AD MISSION 10 CLEJSTTSORLANDO
ited by a number of people, and offi- tars of a club lodge or society. Take the Ministers authors and newspapermen
k terms. cers and crew had to tell cover off your Kemlngrton Junior. Draw find that the"right word" fairly flies to
a story
up a chair. In a Jiffy you can type the notheir fingertips when they Mini on aneasy-
which interested landlubbers to the tices of meeting records of minutes,or running typewriter the Remington
letters. Its clean clear typewritten work Junior.
last echo. has the"hundred-dollar"look. And do not overlook the Important business -
If you are a committee chairman type advantage of making carbon copies
f CARL'DANN It was stated that when about fifty your reports on the Remington Junior. of everything you write. You Deed never a
miles off Pensacola fight the ship was They will race through the machine to the say"I don't remember what I wrote." 'ROOFING
merry music of the type. With no extra effort the Remington Junior
notified by the American steamer Sa- Students la high school and college can will give you neat, clear-cut duplicates
change"paper"writing from the peaandwhenever you wish. ANL:
t' bine, bound for Mobile, of the hurri-

t'r can indications, and the skipper of the Something New in Typewriters SHEET METAL CO
r
WANTED Dova Lisboa decided to keep his ship ,

with plenty of sea room in case of Remington UNIOR

t being overtaken by the hurricane.
Metal Slate Tile Tin
Asbestos
i USED I The ship, therefore, turned heels and J ,

ran for sea, going out about ninety Typewriter
and Rubber
miles, perhaps, it was asserted, when 'I'HIS compact machine I.not eqalppM with K 00 down and the Male amount each'month Roofings >
.
[f-fFORDS 1 the ttchiu'nt nece iu7totheSIUOOUK< i the fiercest of the weather was en- Ington biuunra typewriter*. The Kraniunon H..I.roar urns opportunity to buy an abso
countered. The wind howled like Junior simply" a fully t. you will find IU everyday HUM entxe klet Dons wait Investigate DOW
:mad, and practically all canvas, with limited.It If you have immediate wning to do.!Ie..d..a
f' occupies little pare on roar desk. It la $:;00 in cad,.check or money order and we wilt
WE BUY AND PAY YOU SPOT i the exception of main sail and one top light.Ion \oa can eaxily move it from place to place. end you the Ueminirton Junior at once 1 ben Works: 14 E. Church St. 1 b ORLANDO
will endt ap.o4 tim..nag investment you can see for your> lf how non you learn to
t I sail, was taken in. for yourself and other memhera of your amilr write rapidly. If you wish to return it after 10darw !
who have writing to do. You will find it auexcellent *trial.yon may do.... We will refuadyose
I educator for your children s.1;: ().leM thecn.toftrausponati.n.
F r The tiemington Junior Uthe home typewriter Itemembrr the lemlulr'eJII Junior Is a genu
CASHIF DEFEATED, THEN RESIGNS yon have been waiting for, UurtermaareliOOO. ine durable Keminirton tn..nt..r-.muac
| I .wh.or U you prefer the Easy Payment plan the iron-clad ttenungtou Guarantee
j Oakland, Cal.-Miss Grace C. Stra- !

chan, of Brooklyn, who was defeated Remington Typewriter Company

YOU NEEDMONEY for the presidency of the National 'I 226 West Bay Street[t1.e.rp.r.Wl] Backs Cushions

t I Educational Association by David B. !'I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Tops ,

t Johnson, of Rock Hill, S. C., after a flails the attachtd coupon ana aA.ireILI

bitter fight, has resigned from the association I Mail it today.'MIIMIIIIMMMM r all"'" ana aiPoar': Curtains, Celluloids, Bows t

it became known today. snit t11 IAbe prope .

Miss Strachan charges that her de- nnt n' .e Bend IDer1&Be t.hewrlter
t AND HAVE ONE FOR SALE feat was brought about by unfair ton Type o;r .pt of wswod ih at IID and t,o
. means and factional disloyalty. j antor Y1Pawdtet. Ica .add tw I8""L o of
cha .aaiuoaaleu1D
COME 1S
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iuapy
t 1 ehooee a Wy for
Delegates are discussing the ques- tXp,04_if oo.1"'"
.... ach'
IDachL
:: OO miasma tas.ts
tion whether Miss Strachan's action : the pa1D&e. of O 01 tJ>e ik
f forecasts a split in the association. t A JDOnt.hU \ ... tall de.cdp

See Mr. Hutton Miss Strachan vainly sought to ad- I, 9 J1>';.e r. e\ & Orlando Top & Trimming Co.

:. dress the delegates just before the olera.ae

I ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON election. She forced the question to a e Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE, Mgr.

ballot and was defeated by a vote of -
STREET
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: WANTSThe C. B. ROBINSON Worthington BlackmailATTORNEYATLAW 1


ATTORNEY-AT-LAW j

Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet j Phone 617
o B. : Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Ad
Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 :

I Terms Cash in Advance. I,| worth Building.

Cement, Agatite Plaster RATES I _
For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW
I For Three Days ____________50c DAVIS
For Six Days ----___________75c & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
I : For One Month ------______$2.50 I i
I This rate applies on all ads of
i Phone 172 I
25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate
Room 5, Watkins Block
will be one cent per word for I Phone 72
{I each additional word, for each in-
I sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- J. M. CHENEY I
counts opened by telephone will be I
payable the following day. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
1 i
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II E ery lieme-En.r llusinesg- i Phone 87 I Victor Starbuck
Every Man has use for a I .
a C
I Sentinel Want Ad. I Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
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1 I-OK SALE 161
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I I I! MULES-FOR SALE I I R. RAY WHITE No. 6 {9. Pine SI. Orland, fla.


I Pair nice mare mules in good condi- ATTORNEY-AT LAW. t
tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul- I .
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply Room 44 .
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Kenning I F. A. PEPPERCORN
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc Watkins Block' Orlando, Fla. :
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FOR SALE BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
i j

Full bearing orange and grapefruitgrove DR. N. L. BRYAN Phone 37
within 1 1-2 miles of postoffice
on brick road adjaceni to County
Club. A splendid subdivision prop- I DENTIST
osition at exceptional low valuation
All Ready for the for cash. Address "Prosperity" Sen- Phone 716 I
tinel office. 8-14-12tc
Rooms.2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton j

MANY A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Bldg
a hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do one quarter mile from city limits; 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. j
very fine for citrus or subdivision
address"V I pur-
and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. SURVEYINGPlating ARCHITECT I
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it 6-9-tf
and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando, *

New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make I FOR RENTFOR Florida. I
RENT-Furnished and unfurnished PROMPT AND ACCURATE

GAS COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK Knox. flats and dwellings. Jas.7-9-tf A. WORK Member F. A. A.

You never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right."
Range. And then if you wish to dose the house for the day FOR RENT-An eight-acre irrigated HAt A. IRISH. I
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. farm; also a ten year old horse for Civil Engineer
sale, perfectly gentle and healthy.
W. B. Hammond, Oakland, Fla. I
1-3t- 47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla. ;
9.
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ORLANDO WATER & WANTED Phone 72 w

ANTED-A small flat, or three I
furnished or unfurnished rooms for I

GAS DEP light same housekeeping floor, by,the not moth necessarily or year on; Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL it 1!

reasonable. Address W. D. B., OPTOMETRIST t
531. 8-18-Gt and Counsellor at Law
ORLANDO,
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WANTED-Two salesmen and collectors VE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
at once for Sanford and I Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
: Daytona. Apply 43 East Pine street. I I ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL REPAIRING '
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BUILD you a modern -
bungalow, five large rooms, bath, ; \
lights, on a splendid lot, with Economy InSpraying Cut Flowers
and shade trees near two lakes,
location in the city, one I t
SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS [
Mock take from$250 Orange cash avenue, balance for$15$1,400.Vill per. and Plants

month, G per cent. interest. Tracy &
OCOEE, :Moore. carpenters; 18 East 8-18-Gt Church Floral Designs

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Get the BEST
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN-A spray- I
white horse, with 55 branded on ing oil. Spray at the "
hip. Notify G. R. Saunders. Phone !
All the leading varieties of 1021. right time with the ..violet Dell Florist.[

UUYEKS AND SELLERS right mixture.
fruit Trees in fine condition I buy, sell rent, and exclicege real J. II. CARUTDERS ..
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
prices 30 years. Have handled over Texaco Parafine Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
:: :: $20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Cervus Oil ,

FOR SCREENS porch swings, lawn 1
swings, and all kinds of carpenter Tests 32 degrees Bamme
The rainy season is the work, go to Tracy & Moore, 18 East
Church street. 7-25-1moc ,
BASS
trees on high land. Trees set CLINT
f ii To reduce our stock as much as pos
one year's growth in sible by the 15th, will give a discountof M. O. Dovell PHONE 375
25 cent. off cash t
per our regular West Jefferson Street
next fall. on any goods in store. Hammond ,
& Gore. 6-5-tf & Son Successor to
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for "while you wait," at Young's Repair 106 Grace StreetPhone
Send today Catalog, Shop. 21 K. Pine St. 2-4-lyre
of All Kinds
283-2
prices, to the above The hired girl has went-she was Rings PROMPT SERVICE '
hired, she was tired, she was fired; Our wagons are always -
but smile-you can get another by REASONABLE PRICK
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Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
18-21-tf

:Mrs. :M. E. Crenshaw and family y
have gone to Clermont to visit relatives -
and friends.

Travel in Panamaand FOR .
EVERY ,
:Miss Emma L. Hainer returned
everywhere on American territory, is simplf;.dby* "A.B.A." from Daytona Beach yesterday aftera
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are seaside
rest of four weeks.
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would ,
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These chequesare '
lf'identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for "Where there's life there's Hup. $10 A WEEKYOU
business or pleasure. 18-22-6tc .

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER"
Mr. W. R. O'Neal returned Sunday
afternoon from a visit to Chautauqua, SPEND
N. Y., and points in Illinois.

Mr. W. F. Hanson, one of Winter

-, Garden's substantial citizens, spent
yesterday in Orlando on business.


Get your next shave at the Stand- YOU SAVE
ard. 18-21-tf .

Mr. A. D. Arnold, the popular clerkat
the San Juan hotel, has returned:
$10 A YEAR
from a most enjoyable trip to pointsin
Missouri, including St. Louis. I

Dr. P. Phillips arrived in Orlando
Sunday afternoon over the Atlantic
Coast Line from Hot Springs Ark., '
where he hag been for several days..

J now much did you save last monthin I IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS )

.x r =+up cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Mrs. W. H. Bryson has arrived inI I
Orlando from Titusville on a visit to ..
her mother who has recently moved I
here from Ohio to make her home.


Mr. Harry N. Dickson, who has I
The National Bank
been visiting New York city and other I Peoples
places of note in the Empire State, I
returned home Sunday evening.
I _
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus Se.

, Spring Water 18-18-tf

Attorney E. W. Davis, who has
been looking after matters in New ,
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IS SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, York for some of his clients, returned ,.
to Orlando
Sunday.
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Dance at Wekiwa Springs Thurs-
Phone WRIGHT 444 day, August 26. Everybody invited.
Come early and enjoy a swim in the
springs. 18-24-31

TRY IT Better BEST TRY IT Misses Alice Woodruff and Miss
f
Ruth Hendricks have returned to Or- Studebaker: CarsHere

I lando from a visit to relatives and
friends in Avon Park.

Mrs. R. W. Edwards has arrived in i
Orlando from Jacksonville on a visitto This Week
her daughter, Miss Margaret Ed-

wards. .

Guavas! Guavas! at the Orlando Wait and see what values you can get
Seed and Produce Co. 18-17-6tc
,. for $1050 and $885
Mr. O. S. Robinson left yesterday .
for White Springs, Fla., where he will
test the efficacy of the spring water
for a few weeks.
Notice To Ford Purchasers

How much did you save last monthin
Between Aug. 1 1914 cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

and Aug. 1 1915All Mr. G. M. Jacobs, one of Chuluo- i San Juan Garage Company | "
ta's prominent citizens, was a busi- ,

Ford purchasers who hold Profit- ness terday.and social caller in Orlando yes Orlando DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS

Sharing Coupons will please endorse same

and return immediately to The Ford Deposit your Savings Checks and .
Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send let them earn 4 per cent. interest for .
you. 312UMisses .
check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur-

chased during above dates. Jeannette and Emily Gordon
" . ._
have returned home from Daytona .. .t' "j"" .'I ." \' '
For further information, phoneF.G.RUSH
Beach, where they spent a most de-
lightful time. . . . IIIMIMiMMIIBilllliliMMiltlillllllllllilMiWho


32 East Church Street Phone 226'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'1111111111111111111111111111 I 18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. I Will Be Your Executor? i t


Mrs. Margaret Heidt, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. W. ANSWER NO. 2 .
W Carter, on East Central avenue, and .,, -.
Your estate be materially impaired as a >
son, Mr. John Heidt, left yesterday may ..
of executoror :'t. "
,
direct result of the appointment an
afternoon for her home in Tampa. trustee. t '

I Deposit your Savings Checks and When an individual is appointedThe :- \

let you.them earn 4 per cent. interest 8-12-tf for financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .

is usually provided in wills that the person
Mrs. C. L. Pipkin and son, Master nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
Charles, returned to Orlando Sunday from giving bonds.

afternoon from Tampa where they bonds supplied, it is at the expense I
When surety are
AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs have been visiting relatives pr
and : I"r
friends. of the estate, and then only partial secu- r

rity against loss is provided.
!
to the exact stuff' that dreams.are made of, but thereis J | County Commissioner E. L. Brown When a Trust Company is selected-

a certain period in the lives of most of us when our | | was in Orlando yesterday from East The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with <' >' Orange to attend a special session of is secured.A .
the board. He
Diamonds.A was accompanied by bond which has behind it the entire financial
| ; his daughter, Mrs. J. H. McClelland, strength of the Institution is always filed with r
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of of Sanford, and Mrs. J. H. McClel the Probate Court at n" rnst to the estate. 4
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. I land of Fort Christmas. w. .1 .... _
Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue ,
May we pilot your matrimonial bark?
| \ Mr.\ Cyril Vivian, who holds a re- of this newspaper. I It

sponsible position with the Miami Abstract s t J JI
6 company, spent Sunday in Orlando $ (
Come in any time and freely ask for further "
I with relatives and friends. He i, :d. information on this vitally important subject. }
| ; brought along with him a colored j' : You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
< man by the name of J. F. Fox, who I 1 : glad to advise. I
T. H. EVANS I _
wanted by the Orange county au- ,

I thorities- for forging checks.. -- --- j|" :I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company I II

JEWELER Doctors t :

Ii c Illnsh'r & j3rlJlHliigt;; I Orlando, Florida .
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I Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still :'I Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00 t"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
at Kir'isvi: Mo. '
132 "S. Orange Ave.. above Ppope :
11..11.1..1..1111111111 J 11I1II1 N 111111 H.'.. National Bank.

Phone 678. M IIIM'IU'IIIIIII_ : I_ =:: :::I I I )