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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 27, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915. NUMBER 169.




: DANGER OF A BREAK BETWEEN U. S. AND


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GERMANY APPEARS TO HAVE PASSEDWILL ;



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CONCEDE TO ALL DEMANDS Until Sane UnderstandingHas 'FUNERAL OF MRS WEEKS

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CONDITION Been Determined Upon THIS AFTERNOON



MUSTMEOMMMD Bernstorff-Lansing Conference These TO THE Firms PUBLIC: Will Close SundayNOTICE DR. POULSON CHARGE OF WILL THESERVICES BE IN 10 RECONVENE t; WAR NEWS



Has Results-U. S. Again Orlando, Fla., August 25, 1915. -

Asked to Act Slowlyin While we are not in sympathy with the present agitation to Beloved Woman Who Passed IMPRESSED BY GROUTED SECOND SESSION WILL BE

Judgment have a tight closed town, rather than appear obstinate, we are Away Early YesterdayWill HELD IN THE NEAR

going to close our respective places of business Sundays, until Be Buried at STRETCH OF ROAD FUTURE

Washington, Aug. 26.-Diplomatic some sane understanding has been determined upon. While we GreenwoodMrs.

developments in the Arabic case are regret very much to do this, on account of the inconvenience' RUMORED MARCH ON TORREON '
such that it can be said authoritatively Attie Thames Weeks, wife of VOLUSIA CO. GOOD ROADS
which it is going to cause the traveling public, we feel that it is
that the end of the entire controversy Mr. M. E. Weeks, died at 4:30 o'clock BOOSTERS INSPECT
V. with Germany is in sight, with absolutely necessary under the circumstances.We yesterday morning. Mrs. Weeks was Reports Indicate Carranza Pre
in with other business houses in Orlando feel that in North March ORANGE H'WAYS
Germany prepared to concede all the common born Carolina 21,
demands of the United States on the we are almost dependent upon the tourist and traveling public, so 1869, was married February 13, 1887, paring to Attack ImportantVilla
understood condition that this govern- for that reason have always exerted every effort to accommodatethem and is survived by her husband and Spent day in Orlando; Were En- City-Decisive
ment will carry out its suggestion ofa five children, the latter being Roland, tertained by Orlando Board
in way possible, and we hope that some reasonable Battle Imminent
mediation between Germany and every Martha, Louise, Myrtle, and Rayford. Trade-Left for Home
Great Britain on the freedom of the understanding can be arrived at before the tourist season opens. Mrs. Weeks also has four sisters and Last Night Washington, Aug. .-The Pan-
seas. All danger, therefore, of a We feel that it would be easy to make a very grave mistake at two brothers living, all of whom live American conference on Mexican affairs -

break between the two governments this time by a too drastic enforcement of an obsolete law. in North Carolina, being, namely,Mrs. Thirty-five Volusia county good will shortly be reassembled to

appears to have passed. Yours very truly, Taylor Ellis, Mrs. Elizabeth Marsh, roads enthusiasts headed by C. O. consider the carrying out of the peace ,
Germany has informed the United Mrs. Emma Carter, and Mrs. Winnie president of the Florida the various
Codrington
COOK AUTOMOBILE CO. I plan> as proposed by nations -
States officially that for several Waldrop\ Mr. Gaston Thames, and Press Association and editor of the and republics, favorable replies
SAN JUAN GARAGE CO. I
months her submarine commandershave Dr. John Thames. I DeLand News, motored to Orlando laving been received from Villa, Zapata -
been acting under instructionsnot ORLANDO AUTO & SUPPLY CO. Mrs. Weeks came to Orlando with yesterday for the purpose of inspect- I > and their military leaders, and
to torpedo passenger vessels with- PALMS AUTO CO. her family about seven years ago ing the newly bricked highways in influential civic authorities and prominent -
out first giving them warning. Ger- HUPPEL BROS.DELANEY from Lakeland' and since that time this county. They were given a royal citizens to whom the note was
many indicated also that she under- & ABERNETHY. has been prominently identified with entertainment by the Orlando Boardof addressed, with the exception of Car-
stands the giving of a warning is to N. J. MERCK. the work of the Baptist church and Trade and county officials. ranza and his military commanders.The .
mean that all persons on the vessels I PHARMACY. the church institutions. Her husband They were greatly impressed by the great majority express a strong
shall have the time and opportunityto MCELROY is a member of the board of trusteesof grouted road between Orlando and desire[ to meet in a peaceful way and
get away safely in their boats. J. L. DEAN (drug store). the Baptist orphan home at Arca- the Seminole county line. They stated select a provisional president who will
Ambassador von Bernstorff assured NEW ICE CO.ORLANDO dia and she was much interested intba't that Volusia county had bonded itselfto be acceptable to the United States
Secretary Lansing today that if the ICE CO. work, besides the immediate en- the extent of nearly one million and other American republics.

evidence shows conclusively that the HAND ICE CREAM CO. deavors of the Orlando Baptist dollars, only one district not votingfor Ambassador Naon, of Argentina, :
submarine commander disregarded his church. The trip the Guatemalan
improvements. was pure- and Dr. Juan Ortega,
instructions and torpedoed the Arabic ORLANDO PHARMACY. The deceased was seized with her
ly for inspection purposes and it was minister to Mexico, who were recently
without warning, the German govern- ESTES PHARMACY. fatal illness about a week ago. Al- not stated what kind of paving wouldbe ordered out of that country by Car- -
ment will disavow the act and offer l,most from the beginning she was in made in that county.At ranza, held a conference with Secretary ;
reparation for the lives of the two I. . . . . .',a critical condition and her death was the San Juan hotel M. O. Over- Lansing today.

Americans. J. BARNES WINS SHOOT LEESBURG HAS THREE MAY- expected. For several summers her street, president of the board of county -I Ortega told the secretary that if
Ambassador Bernstorff, who dis- health had not been good. commissioners, and J. H. Jones, I the provisional president chosen at
cussed with Secretary Lansing todayall ORS IN ONE WEEK The funeral will be conducted from state's attorney, delivered addressesof the convention for the Mexican peoples
the evidence that this governmenthas Orlando Man Scores Average of s the home, 10 West Washington, at welcome which were responded to recognized by the United States, .
obtained, further reiterated his 98 at Shoot Between Local Leesburg, Fla.-The week is 2:30 o'clock this afternoon by Rev.E. by Dr. McDiarmid. Carranza as a civil and military leader '
request that the United States with- p half T. Poulson, of the Baptist church. r'
and Kissimmee Gun only gone, but Leesburg has will not last two weeks.
hold judgment in the until the The interment will be at Greenwood.
case had three '
ClubsA mayors. Dr. W. H. He can not now control the terri-
German government has had time to Howell who holds down the jobS ROCK'S BAKERY IS SOLDCarl tory where his troops are
hear from her submarine commander. ordinary . . . . stationed
number of the members of the in times, left Monday Ortega said, and the measure of control
Orlando Gun Club motored to Kissimmee afternoon for his summer vacation WAR, ONE YEAR AGO TODAY which he does exercise is possible
NUPTIAL KNOT TIED BY MISS yesterday afternoon and held a S turning over the great key The German auxiliary cruiser Jansen Buys Fine Business because of fear of his wrath and not
HART IN APPROVED match with the gun club of that city. S of the city to Dr. C. B. Gamble, I. (former ocean liner) Kaiser Wil- Which Has Been Conducted because of loyalty to him or to the
MANNER S president of the city council Yes- helm der Grosse sunk the which he has
:The shooting of both teams was excellent I. was by Chas. Rock for principles professed.
but none of the Kissimmee terday Dr. Gamble held mayor's British cruiser Highflier off the Although Secretary Lansing would
Yesterday morning while Miss Mar- marksmen could come anywhere near court to try a disorderly negro, S coast of Africa. German cruiser LYears say nothing about the conference, the ,
garet Hart was busy looking after the S the first session of the idea of what is -
the high score made by J. D. Barnes, court held Madgebnrg was destroyed by 1 The bakery on North Orange ave- general transpired
affairs in the county judge's office this the Russian in of Finland. known. .
of the local club, whose average was summer. Today new ships gulf .
.. while Judge Martin is in North Caro- 98 in the contest. S mayor started for Elkins, W. Va., i I. Movements in East Prussia cul- nue which has been conducted for The replies thus far received were
lina on a visit to his old home in in automobile minated in years by Chas. Rock has been pur- considered.A .
The Orlando people returned to the an turning over a three days' battle at
Elizabeth City, she was approached city a little after dark last evening. S the mayor's cloak of office to A. ,i. Ortelsburg, in which the Germans chased by City Clerk Carl Jansen.Mr. tentative arrangement was made ...
by a colored couple who desired to Two cars were used to make the trip, II. Bourlay, another member of I. led by General von lIindenI. Rock does not intend to leave looking toward early reconvening of
purchase a marriage license. After the council overwhelmed the conference when the tenor of the
the following being the Orlandoites I. burg, the Russians.Couldn't .
the necessary paper was provided and enjoying the outing: S. G. Dolive, J. . . . t . . . . . Orlando, but will take a rest from responses will be made public and the :
active business for a time. He will,
the customary $2 handed over, Miss
D. Barnes, Dan Beidler, J. C. Otey, Mexican people will be told to call :
Hart was asked to perform the cere however, remain connected with the
their convention and elect their
man.
T. II. Evans and wife.
mony. This she soon did to the great The Orlando Gun Club will hold abeginners' Find Florida BuildingAt business until the new proprietor is This convention naturally will not
: satisfaction of the happy pair, but shoot at the Country Club familiar with its management.The be held in the Carranza territory. 3 1
when she mentioned that it would cost business will be conducted by
next Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Frisky 'Frisco FairOakland The United States will give official
them $2 more for tying the nuptial Everybody is invited, and an espe- Mr. Jansen's family, and he will con- recognition to the new president and
knot, the groom nearly died of heart' cial invitation is extended to the la- tinue in his position as city clerk. his government and will extend its #
failure, for it afterwards transpired dies. A large crowd is expected. Calif. Aug. 20, 1915. We spent one afternoon at Berke- The Rock bakery is one of the old- moral support. l
that he was dead broke and had spent Editor Sentinel* I wish you ley. The University of California est and best known business estab- Similar action will also be taken by .'
his last red cent for the permit. He I BASEBALL RESULTS campus is one hill after another, and lishments in the city, Mr. Rock hav- the Latin-American republics.The s
could the beautiful needleworkand
made. all .kinds. of. excuses. his principal see trees and trees. We visited the Greek ing been engaged in business in the provisional government will be
one being that he was under the Federal League embroidery done by Japanese, theatre, also the Charles Franklin city for 31 years. permitted to buy arms in this country f
impression that after buying the license Newark 4, Buffalo 1. which is on exhibition at the Panama- Doe memorial library, which cost if necessary to sustain itself, and an
the ceremony of joining them Pittsburgh 5, Kansas City.6. Pacific international exposition, at $6,500,000.The "CIGAR MAKERS" DEFEAT NEW embargo win be established against
together was thrown in for good Chicago 6 St. Louis 10. San Francisco. Pictures of animals navy yard on Mare's Island- ORLANDO NINE BY SCOREOF I the exportation of munitions of any
measure and not for better or worseas Baltimore'9, Brooklyn 11. and landscapes look at a distance like second largest in the United States, 8 TO 6 YESTERDAY kind to Carranza. '
it sometimes turns out. The bride American League paintings, but when you get nearer the largest being at Brooklyngaveus The reconvening of the conference
was a little better off financially and Cleveland 5, New York 6. .you find it is embroidered in every great interest in our navy. The I Before a very small crowd the Cigar .has been withheld pending the receipt ;
produced the necessary fee, and as Chicago 1, Washington 2. I shade of silk thread. The screen that trip takes one day, but is time well Makers defeated the New Orlando of Carranza's reply, and the place
they wended their way down the stepsof Detroit 7, Boston 6. took the grand prize is marked $2,000. spent. We went aboard the warship ball team yesterday afternoon by the I.where the convention will be held is
Orange county's temple of justice, St. Louis 10, Philadelphia 1. The sculpture exhibit of Italy will "Maryland," which was in for thor score of 8 to 6. The game was marredby to be left to the persons to whom the ;
I they seemed as happy as larks in the National League never grow tiresome-wish I had the ough overhauling 475 feet long many errors and the pitchers were conference addressed its note, and the i
' spring time. New York 1, Pittsburgh 2. money to buy one piece-and yet it and carries between 800 and 1,000 kept in tight places most of the time. manner of making their choice will be a
They were residents of Pine Castle The New team got an early lead and settled them the -
Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 1. would be difficult to choose. men, some of them fine looking young by only stipulation
and gave their names as Charles Car- Boston 4, Chicago 4; 9 innings,, From Oakland it takes an hour to men. up until the eighth inning it looked as made by this government being that :
penter and Mary Sears. darkness. get to the exposition grounds. We Yesterday after we had our lunch, though they would win easily. Errors it must be in accordance with the i

Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 1. heard Ford's band and saw Art Smith, were wondering where we could go allowed the Cigar Makers to score laws of Mexico. 7
49 HERDS KILLED TO STOP THE Southern League the aviator make his Sight. No won- for a car ride, a woman near askedif enough to tie the score, 5 to 5, and .
PLAGUE Memphis 1, Birmingham 1; 14 innings der I have had a pain in the back of we had visited Mills' College, and !' after the New team had made one CARRANZISTAS MARCH ON ,:
neck ever since. Visited of told how to Well, out run in the last half of the eighth errors TORREON ,
Chicago, ilL, Aug. 26.-Forty-five darkness. my many us go. we got I
United States veterinaries and their New Orleans 4, Chattanooga 1. the state houses; Massachusetts' and there-long car ride, but lovely gave the Cigar Makers three t
assistants today worked among the Mobile' 5, Little Rock 2. California's! are so large and very in- grounds, buildings, etc. It's called runs in their half of the ninth, and El Paso, Tex, Aug. 26.-The Car- .:
infected herds of cattle and swine in Nashville 3, Atlanta 0. teresting. We looked for a Florida "the Vassar of the West." I had nev- Hunter kept the New team from scor- ranza agency here denies the report 1
the seven counties of Illinois which building, could not find it, were told er heard of it. This man :Mills madea ing in their half, though Peral goon that Villa's forces have recaptured
FINE PHOTO PLAY they did not have one. collection of I after two were out and got as far of
are now under close quarantine be- teapots; never saw the city Durango.
cause of the foot and mouth plague. The Bell Telephone exhibit is great. anything like them; about 500, every as third base, but with the count They say that 2,000 Carranzistasare
Forty-nine herds have been slaughtered "Jimmy" Valentine at the Grand On the back of every chair is a re shape and size. Mrs. Mills died two three and two, Floyd struck out. advancing from that city against i
and buried, and scores of others last night drew a large audience of: ceiver. We put them to our ears and ,years ago, 82 years old. One hundred Both Hunter and Barze pitched Torreon and that a large army of J
are under suspicion and the finest movie lovers. The play was a "grip- heard conversations between New and fifty girls attend. Only those creditable ball Hunter struck out Carranzistas recently stationed at
) herds of pedigreed stock in the state per" in every sense of the word. York and San Francisco.In I with plenty of money could come ten and gave five bases on balls' while Monterey has received orders to
under the July World's Work is here far from the Barze struck out twelve and gave Torreon with all
are the most rigid quarantine.The a splen- so city they sure march against possible -
Chicago health department is WE HOPE IT RAINS didly written article on this exposi- could study. three bases on balls. speed.The t
compelling pasteurization of all milk For Florida: Friday, partly cloudy, tion. Read it. We miss the Senti- With best wishes, The batteries were: Cigar Makers,
coming within five miles of in- probably showers in north and central nel. When we get settled in Los An- A SUBSCRIBER TO Hunter and Albury; the New team, best Wright & Ditson tennis
fected area. any portions; gentle shifting winds. geles will be so glad to have it again. THE SENTINEL. Barze and Rodenbaugh. balls 35 cents. Curtis & ,O'Neal

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LIFE REINSURES THIS FARMER LIKES THE high born and very excellent Prince the productoin of munitions of war I strength and readiness, has accomplished by the advent of new factors in the

FLORIDA LIFE WESTIn Henry, fifth of the name, by the grace must diminish, while at the same time I all that was required of it. air and under water, and by the exertion A
- Jacksonville, Fla.-A contract has of God King of France and Navarre. the potent influence which ever tightens I It has fulfilled every function for I of what Admiral Mahan called I

just been closed by which the Inter- the current issue of Farm and Born in Paris September 29, 1820. upon her enables her foes to ob- which it was created. With the assistance the daily silent pressure of naval

Southern Life Insurance company, of Fireside a farmer tells as follows why Died at Frohsdorf August 24, 1883." tain the reinforcements in men and of the fleets of the allies it force it is exercising a ubiquitous and

Louisville, Ky., now the largest Southern the West suits him: Over his tomb is raised an immense munitions which they need and givesto has afforded indispensable support to'l'all powerful effect which must in the tend
life insurance company writing "It is a pleasure for me to go out white banner emblazoned with the, them the time and opportunity to the armies in France and Flanders. frustrate the enemy's hopes of

exclusively ordinary legal reserve life to my fields on the hot scorching mid- royal fleur de lis, in compliance with build up the means for their utiliza- i It has risen to the needs occasioned I success.
insurance, reinsures the outstanding summer day and, with an irrigation the order given by the Count in his tion. That power again is the British I -

policies of the Florida Life Insurance shovel over my shoulder, play the rain manifesto of July 5, 1871, where he navy.

company cf Jacksonville, Fla. god. By a turn of the wrist I can expressed a wish "that the standardof Never before in all history has the i Where Shall I Go To School I? : ITHE
The Florida Life had over $7,000- send the water coursing down Henry IV., of Francis I., and of I influence of sea power been manifested '
000 in insurance in force in Florida through the grain, giving it the mois- Joan of Arc, which had floated over on such a worldwide scale. The .
and South Carolina.EXCURSIOXTO ture needed to produce a gigantic his cradle, should also throw its shad- only prophets who can point to the FLORIDA STATE WOMEN COLLEGE FOR STATE UNIVERSITY

yield. Later in the day, to stand with over his tomb. experiences of the last twelve months Tallahassee Fla. Gainesville, Fla.

DAYTONA BEACH the field between me and the slantingrays with any credit to themselves are the Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the t
Car will leave Sunday morning for of the sun and watch the glisten BRITISH NAVY'S EXHIBITION OF teachers and students of the Blue] best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the
Daytona Beach at 6 o'clock. Fare for ing water trickling along a hundredrows SEA DOMINATION GREAT- Water School. Although this school country. North and East.
the round trip, $2. See Dann's Trans-
fer about ticket. 7-26-3tc through the field is a sight to EST IN HISTORY OF had its origin in the British Isles and :Modem buildings and equipment;
your
378 students last session. Total
make the heart rejoice. THE WORLD its teaching was mainly concerned all modern conveniences. en-
"The price of irrigated land some- with the policy of their defense and 437 students regular 'term; 163 rollment 630, including Summer
summer term; total enrollment last School.
PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414 times appals the Easterner, and yet London.-The conclusion of twelve that of the empire of which they form session 636.Tuition .

he should expect high values. The months' warfare between greater the heart, it may be applied, mutatis Free in College and Nor- Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per '
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER water which is brought down from forces both by sea and land than have mutandis, to some other states, and mal School. semester for law,
For Catalogue and information
Terms Reasonable the snow banks of the high mountain ever before arrayed against one an- ,I particularly those whose geographical write For further information, address I .

peaks costs money. It costs money to other in all history brings us face toI conditions and political aspira- EDWARD CONRADI, President. i I A. A. MURPHREE, President.
Miss Mabel Durham build the miles and miles of canals, face with one salient fact-it is the ; tions resemble, in some measure at

the tunnels, the flumes, the reservoirsand British navy which stands between i least, those of Great Britain.An -
Room No. 9 dams, and to keep them in repair. Germany and the dominion of the island power, or a power whose i
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DAVIS & McNEIL BUILDING And yet the sure crops, the big yields, world. land boundaries hide no menace, with .
and the security of irrigation farming After twelve months of land warfare possessions or dependencies oversea,
Church Street
makes possible the payment of high Germany has overrun Belgium, a must rely for its defense upon an I SAVE MONEY I IBy i

acre prices. The amount of irriga- great part of France, Poland and the agency purely naval. As, however, an

tion water is limited; the acreage of Baltic provinces of Russia. There is army is required as its spearhead, and trading with us. We are selling Groceries at the low- 1 jest
I ARAIEMILK irrigated land is limited; the demandfor no sign at present anywhere of the such an army must be prepared to t
possible prices.BARGAINS .
irrgated land is great, and no one possibility of that prompt and decis- fight abroad. J
can tell what the maximum price will ive victory for the allies and their Navy's Duty PerformedThe FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY t
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be when people realize generally what subsequent entry into Berlin which strength, both of the navy and Self Rising Flour, 20 cent package . . . lOc \

, irrigation farming means." alone can mean for them a satisfac- army, depends upon what enemy or Tomatoes, per can . . . . . . . .oc t
tory termination of the conflict.To combination of enemies the power
GOOD ADVICEIn achieve this object they must must be defended against. The stand- Peas, 15 cent size . . . . . . . lOc \e

DEPOT have time to organize and utilize ard of strength is fixed by the states- Roxane Cake Flour, package . . . . . 20c ,.

Farm and Fireside, the national their resources for the production of men. The materialization of strengthboth Sunbeam Potato Flour, 2 packages . . . 25c

farm paper published at Springfield, the vast quantities of munitions now in ships and men, and its method Van Camp Tomato Soup, 3 cans . . . . 25c
shown to be for the of distribution and
a.BUTTER required land must be
Ohio, an Indiana reader who says he use Stuffed Olives, per bottle . . . . . lOc I
struggle, and to raise and equip the settled by the seamen.
MILK has small capital writes to the ques- armies to use them. Germany's suc- Such a navy should be able to assert Maraschino Cherries, per bottle . . . . lOc I I
tion that he is
Fresh Every Day. between department taking a homestead hesitating in west- cesses are due to the long preparationshe its command of the seas and to hallo Icing . . . . . . . . 20c ,

5c. glass had made for the prosecution of insure that on the waterways be-, Green Seal Salad Dressing, 4 bottles . . . 25c
per ern Canada and buying some Texas
25c. per gallon school 'land at $1.50 to $5.00 per acre, this war, but her supplies are not inexhaustible tween its coasts and those of its dependencies English Walnuts, per pound . . . . . 20c t

on very easy terms. He asks for advice and for their reproduction no hostile fleet can count Wright Salad Dressing, 35 cent size . . . 20c
there is much that she needs to upon the time needed for a serious \
CREAM AND MILK and the editor answers: Ginger Ale, 15 cent bottle . . . . . lie
procure outside her own territory or enterprise without the certainty of j
BUTTER "It might be wiser to stay in Indi- that of her ally. If she can obtain finding itself opposed by a superior X 3 Wheat Flakes for . . . . . . . 25c ,' ', I
ana than to to either place. Thereare
Fresh Homemade no good go homesteads left in the what she requires in this direction she (I i force. Under its protecting aegis an + 3 cans Corn for . . . . . . . . 25c .
may continue her success. The obstacle -I army can be launched, and can be reinforced -
: SANDWICHES United States, and lands selling at
. to such success is sea power. by successive waves of vol- WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS I
from $1.50 to I
$5.00 per acre must
PIES AND CAKESARCADE Strangling Economic GermanyIt untary effort, provisioned and -
supplied
have something the matter with them. Our
All things considered, they are prob- is this power, wielded by a navy I with all the material necessary Grocery CompanyTwo
from her shores and miles to its maintenance
until its
unseen I purpose
ably no cheaper than Indiana land at Phones 3 and 200
away from her coasts, which exercisesa has been accomplished.All : I
MilK DEPOT its selling price. If cheap lands are .
not paid for in money they must be I strangling effect upon her economic I that has happened during the ; : 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. ; : I
condition. Unless she can remove last twelve months affords a justification "
for in labor
paid or hardship if theyare
. that anaconda grip her sources of of these principles. The Brit- MlliiMIIIIIIMinititiiiilillMlllllltllilllllllH I
productive lands. The thing to I I
supply of the necessary materials for i ish navy, fortunately in adequate
decide is, 'Am I willing to pay the ,

price in hardship, isolation, and the 1CEtiT
, Get Behind a like' This is a question which every t

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and GORIZIA, FAMED AS LAST RESTING
enjoy a really cool dry. tweet I -
c tmoLe. The Wellington Pipe wont PLACE OF KINGS, NOW t tJ
boil, wont get foul WAR CENTER J

Mad. laAm.rica For the benefit of our customers -
Came in and Mentioned almost daily in the war
pickyourfatarAe.hepq: dispatches from the Italo-Austrian we will give a 25 :
ISe.3k A p.ISayAl. front, the little town of Gorizia has
V
gained considerable prominence of d per cent cash discount on
r late. Besides being the center of im- ,

portant military operations Gorizia all goods sold during the

is of interest because of its historic

: association. Lying between Venice month of July and August. ,

and Trieste, not far from the Adri- i a
atic, Gorizia has a population of about
twenty thousand.The 0 I
You want to see this new
town has been in Austrian pos-
Hammond & Gore
package Spider is introducing to session for more than five centuriesand .,
its pleasant climate has earnedit
the market-its the swellest the name of "the Austrian Nice." n FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I

thing out in the way of little In the outskirts on a hill is a Fran-
Cor. Ave. and Church St. Orlando Fla. I
Orange
ciscan monastery, the road to whichis i ,
Cigars. marked by the fourteen stations of 1 O I

See him at the the Way of the Cross. From the esplanade -
in front of the monastery
church an extensive view of the sur- ,
is "Wfcfte Beauty = _
rounding country obtained. Below t
Good and Bad spreads the town, with the ancient Mttrlmt Im s..ay..w I

chateau of the Counts of Gorizia and CAREY
THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM HANDR
the Villa Boeckmann
Cigar StoreOrange once the winter
residence of the Count de Chambord, "The Hoosier Cabinet Saves Steps"The R
towering over the less pretentious FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Avenue neighboring houses. A little furtheroff low price of this wonderful labor-saving machineon t

one can trace the capricious course the club plan is fixed everywhere by the Hoosier fact- AND EMBALMERAll ,
of the Isonzo river, the bed of whichis ory. You pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms.
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said to be the burial place of Attila, Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and

the Hun chieftain.In have it save two hours from kitchen work tomorrow.
your
$$2 St. AugustineAND the distance lies the Carso lime- calls answered Promptly Dayor t

stone plateau, sheltering the magnifi- OSCAR HAND & SON I
cent castles of Duino, belonging to Night. Hand Block.

the House of Hohenlohe, and Mira- -
RETURNMONDASEPT. mar, which used to be the favorite Orlando Florida.
residence of Archduke Maximilian, ; osc ,
ST. RIVER EXCURSIONSSanford
6 later emperor of Mexico. The hori- PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457, ,
zon is bounded by Trieste, a chain of
snow covered Alp peaks, the Venetian
OIlAtlantic plain and the Adriatic.In to JacksonvilleAND
the 'little chapel of St. Louis, in
the right wing of the big Franciscan RETURN

Coast LineStandard church, the bodies of King Charles. I
of France, the Duke and Duchess
d'Angouleme and the Duchess of $7 .00 AUTOYASHING\ STATION

Railroad of the South Parma had their resting place until

1883, when they were removed to a t
large vault under the high altar. In Including meals and berth THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

Special Train this vault there are six: sarcophagi !
Tickets sale. Return limit 5 days 1
three on each side of a marble crucifix now on REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic. a
LEAVES ORLANDO 2 P.M. raised
on a high pedestal.
Tickets limited to September 8 Charles X. has the Duke d'Angouleme LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER Known as "The Handy Man. '

on his right and the Duchess on his I a.- XV"
os CEO:
left.In _, .. .. WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-
Special train returning leavesSt. the other group the sarcophagusof
Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8 King Henry V. (the Count de Leaves Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30: A. M. chine parts. Work guaranteed.

those Chambord of the) has Countess been placed de Chambordand between A combination daylight and searchlight trip GASOLINE AND OIL t

For Information Call on the Duchess of Parma. On a of 400 miles through the heart of Florida

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. black marble slab behind the sarcoph- Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A agus of the Count de Chambord is the Clyde St. Johns River Line 1 1INTERSOUTIiERN
Orlando following inscription: "Here rests the
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GAINESVILLEThe !

Taft, Fla, Aug. 25.-Our novelty Winter Park, Fla, Aug. 25Mr. !
county agents of the state WIll works, which has been practically idle and :Mrs. Bradshaw are back home .
meet at the University of Florida in for a month or two, is to start up from their vacation and visit at the 14
Gainesville September 20 to 25. The again under a new management. :Mr. old home in Pennsylvania.Mr. 4I

agents meet at the university every W. N. Gartman has rented the factoryand : Herman Siewert started for I

year discuss their problems and to equipment and will start soon Grand Rapids Mich., last Monday to I
hear tCTJn discussed by extension men with some new machinery and will accept a position as organist and i "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
other demonstration employ eight or ten men to commence
y and co-operative manager of a theatre.
workers. with. He will keep on hand manu- :Miss Miriam Enlow went to Chi
The agents themselves, as well as factured lumber of all descriptions. cago Monday where, after a few days Unless Budded from A Bear- I
of the extensoin staff, H. H. Child was in Orlando last
other members visit at her former home, she will
will be on the program for papers and Friday.On enter Hahnemann hospital to take a
talks. The meeting is not limited to Saturday among our represent- course in training to become a grad- I ing Tree of Known Quality .
atives in Orlando were C. Avery, J.
county agents, however. C. K. :Mc- uate nurse. .,
Quarrie, state agent, is anxious thatas S. Barklow, A. M. Bristol, C. A. Mrs. E. F. Bellows' returned home and Quantity of Produc-
Miss Julia Mrs. A. .
at- Tompkins, Ryall, .
many farmers as can possibly with her mother, Mrs. Dr. Peacock,
tend should come. Various demon E. Boyce, and Frank Locke.J. ,for a short visit at Winter Haven.
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strations will be given and the meet- : F. Harrington and C. Avery were Mr. Grau returned from the hospi- tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn
ing will be well worth the expense of' in Orlando on business Monday.Mr. tal the first of the week not needingan
and Mrs. W. G. Joles of For-
at some
attending. The attendance operation, as was feared.
of the northern meetings often exceeds mosa, visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. The Boy Scouts and Scoutmaster
thousand. The benefits which Tompkins on Third street last Tues-
a Lenfest have been in camp at Palm
obtain from the lectures and demon- day, coming down in their auto.G. Springs for several days. five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-

strations can not be estimated. R. Brickley has finally receivedthe Mr. Percy Dale made a flying busi- onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave

postoffice plum' at this place, ness trip, combined with sightseeing, brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING after a long contest. Now if the the eleventh, returning home last
postoffice can be located where the week. does pay. The United States Government experiments made by

There are those who have livedin catching of mail from the crane can The colored people of Hannibal Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were re- .

Florida a long time who will tell be avoided and exchanged at the de- Square are to give a barbecue Thurs- cently published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to .

you that bunch grapes will not grow pot where the train stops we will be day to which all are invited. A table the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated .. ;
here. But either the climate and soil delighted.R. for the white people' is to be set and from a parent of true merit.
is changing with the or else the F. Safford and wife spent Sun-
11 years they plan for a great gala day for
matter was never properly tried out. day with friends in Kissimmee. Winter Park. To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selection t ;

Just last week there was a nice box W. G. Burkam and family, of Kis- Mr. and Mrs. Vick are back from a .. as a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
1 of white bunch grapes sent here from simmee autoed up this morning to business trip and brief vacation in
been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
spend two or three with Mr. and
days
Putnam county. And now comes H. New York
city.
Mrs. R. Safford. vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
Chency, who lives about one and a and
:Mr. :Mrs. C. D. Powell are on a
half miles south of Gainesville, with Carl Sphaler started out this morn visit to their former home in Ken- Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source, 3

baskets of bunch grapes for sale, both ing in his auto on a business trip to i tucky and will probably remain a the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-

white Niagaras and black Concords, Ocala. month. rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it. I
sweet and luscious. The buncheswere Mrs. Minnie Riley journeyed to Orlando :Mr. Roland Barze is filling Mr.
not so well filled out as they last Thursday on a business and I Powell's place' in the bank while he You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

should be, but that was for the lack of pleasure trip combined. is away.H. great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
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proper trimming and a little fertiliz- Miss May Hartmyer who has been A. Ward has been away on a bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single l
ing. The vines are in their third visiting Mrs. Eliza Sphaler at Pine vacation and visiting friends and relatives bud cut from a tree that has not been tested. ;
rear and this is the second crop borne. Castle has returned home.A. in Georgia and North Carolina, t
that the CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to where I
This certainly demonstrates L. Wright is enjoying life justat but is expected home this week. say your
Alachua county farmer does not needto present riding in his Ford recently Mrs. Boykin and her two daughtersare grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address I
come into town and pay fabulous purchased.Mr. home from an extended vacationand I
i- prices for his grapes, but he can visit at their former home.
and Mrs. W. Newman gave a
have all he wants on his own vines.
dinner to a number of their friends \
Farmers of Alachua, awake to the Guests registering at the San Juan Ocklawaha Nurseries .
last Sunday in honor of the birthdayof
possibilities of your own county and hotel yesterday included Miss Myrtle
Mrs. Newman. Ii
get busy.-Gainesville Sun. Warren, Tallahassee; J. S. Curren, 0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
Providence, R. I.; C. A. O'Meara, To- ,
Mr. and :Mrs. H. E. Fisher, of Lux- BOUGHT 41.000 HORSES BOUGHTBY peka, Kas.; R. G. Dormon, Boston; OR I

ora, Ark., who have been spendingthe FRENCH AGENTS F. W. Summitt, A. C. Clewis and par I
G. G.
past two weeks in Orlando look- ty, O. A. Talley, E. K. Nelson, Tam Wright, Agent .

ing over Orange county with a viewof Philadelphia, Pa.-French army of- pa; Chas. R. Jordan, T. R. Cline, GuyR.
8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO FLA.
locating, left yesterday afternoon ficers are here examining the 41,000 Champlain, J. VonDohlen, H. C. ,
afternoon on their return home. This horses purchased by a local dealer for Hannah, Leo Tyler, Frank Tyler, T. \
was their sixth visit to this part of war service. Of the 840 examined 770 O. Rouse, Henry O. Crowley, G. M.
Florida, and each time they became were accepted. They range in price Robinson, Jacksonville; B. L. Suggert,
more and more impressed with Orlando from $150 to $200. The entire con- Atlanta; W. W. Watts, DeLand; S. H. I
as an exceptionally good place to trace will involve more than $7,000.- Glover, N. C.; W. E. Rudolph, Cin
cast their lot, so upon reaching their 000. The animals are being shipped cinnati. I
home they will begin planning to here at the rate of more than 1,000 l 1< j

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i THE DAILY ISNT MONEY-PLAIN MONEYA of gold is setting toward us now; it Judging from the way automobilesturn -
STRANGE STRANGE was moving away from us then. turtle, they must belong to the
,South Florida Sentinel There may be another reversal in a
THING. animal metamorphosis class. But the
no more distant future. It is desirable -
. MORNING AND WEEKLY Money. This little word may deter- that one which pulled off the acrobatic
be
V. 1!. GLENN .....................EdIUr mine the outcome of the fearful a proper appreciation established stunt Orange
on
Tuesday
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Buinew Manager of the fact that gold is onlyhe avenue
I" European war. Money, money, money. yardstick, not the cloth. The night was a Ford.
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida This world is ruled by money. Or- want of a yardstick could easily o
a* Second Class Mail Matur.SUBSCRIM'ION lando is ruled by moneywithoutmoney harass business very much, but the Now is the time when more reformsare
substitution of the yardstick for the
RATES could have no city, no preached than practiced.
Dafly. 1 Year ...................... -00 we pav- goods would be quite as serious a BARGAINS!
:. Daily 6 Months'...................... *60Duly. ing, no business houses, no prosperity.Gold I misfortune.
Month ...................... L2& rules the world. Money is a
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little word and a fine thing to have. MORE LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL -
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 The Cathedral School i
, We all like money. With it one may CONCERNING THE
IN
PAYABLE
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO buy luxuries, enjoy life, eat rich food, SUNDAY CLOSING

ADVERTISERS ride in automobiles, wear the latest FOR1atuay
pattern hats, help along the unfortu- August 25th, 1915 Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
Copy f.r display and all ether kand-Mt School for Girls I
advertising snag be handed in at the badnessribc. nates, become sordid and unhappy, Your paper published this morninga
.f the Sentinel. not later than 2 p. .. and wreck our lives trying to pile copy of the complaint sent to Gov- 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
the day before pul.ieation. This nile appliesto Primary, Intermediate and Academic:
changes far contract advertising; it UiBTanaJile up a good sized bank account. ernor Trammell by some of the ladiesof
and will be strictly adhered to. Wouldn't it be a great joy to go the W. C. T. U. along with other Grades
life without of Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
Subscribe desiring The Sentinel discontinued through thinking correspondence concerning the Sun-
. should notify the office in writing on money, or worrying where it is com- day closing law. Culture and Domestic Science. hopper
the date of expir.t .. otherwise it will bo Y
continued at the regular subscription rates, ing from? We must have it-the nature I have carefully read and re-read For Catalogues address the Rector,

Telephone until notice Namb-r to stop .u...received."............,.... ** I of things demands a certain the complaint, and I feel duty boundto Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. :\1..
amount of gold. School books cost take exception to that part of the Orlando, Fla.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1913.AX ; money, and new school houses also complaint which says that "anything -- I

cost money. But our children must wanted may be had" at "Joyland," for I
EDITORIAL FOR be educated. Churches cost money, the sake of protecting my wife and
EVERY ORLANDO WOMAN.A but our people must have spiritual the many respectable people who FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Apron GinghamsIn I 1I

firm advertised as selling the inspiration. Cannons, ammunition, patronize this amusement park.If .

stock of Reliable Clothing Co. has ships, uniforms, and bombs cost a business man or any personof black and white, blue and white, green and white, red

rented the Dr. Phillips' room on the money, but people must be killed. responsibility had signed such a and white checks, regular 8c. quality I
corner of Orange avenue and Pine Why must innocents be killed, mur- statement, I would not hesitate to 1i1

street. In fact, the signs reading dered and maimed for life? Becausea begin legal proceedings at once, but Saturday 10 yds for 59c
"Going Out of Business" were up be- bloody war is on. To kill one an- as is usual in this nature of complaint, VANILLA
fore the goods were unpacked. Now, other in Europe is all in the system.It it was signed by persons held legally v

ladies, this sale is for you, but pause costs money to kill brothers and irresponsible by the law.I PEACH

and consider a moment two sides wreck homes. And yet some foolish must therefore be satisfied by demanding CARAMELICE
of the story. There are in Orlando Americans wan to mix with Germanyand a public statement from all White Flaxon VoileOne

many business men that 3G3(;; days in spend United States gold to kill four of the ladies who signed this CREAMS. .y

the year maintain their established others and destroy our freedom and complaint, stating exactly what they of the most fashionable sheer fabrics this season;

business. They pay their taxes,rents, civilization.As mean by "anything wanted may be washes beautifully, regular 25c. and 35c values .
and give to charity, stand behind every a general thing a technical or had," and will furthermore request

, movement that is started and give economic consideration of money is them to state whether they have ever CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c. Saturday 19c yard
you credit from month to month. never thought of. The average Or- heard any complaint as strong as
Along comes some one with a stockof lando wife believes that husband will the statement they made regardingthis

goods bought in Tampa at half furnish the money. Oh, yes, it comes park, that they did not brand in

price. They rent a room with the from the business. Willie and John- their own minds as a malicious false- CLUB SANDWICH 25c "Wunderhose"
intention of staying a week in this nie must have nickels and dimes. hood.I HosieryThe

city. You pay cash for what you get. Where does it come from? Why, wish to say in closing that "Joy-
In a week that cash leaves Orlando. from father-he has money. But did land" has been operated in a clean, guaranteed make, in black and white and tan, all

Now, answer the question: Who is you ever stop and think that too much moral and business-like manner, and We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed sizes, in $1.00 boxes, 3 and 4 pair to a box.
entitled to your trade? Every town money is a bad thing? No, becauseone I solicit any statement to the con- i
and city in the country is crying the naturally believes that the more trary from anyone. and Delivered for All Saturday 69c box

slogan, Trade at Home. It means the money one possesses the more fortu- Thanking you for the publication'

life blood of your city. nate and prosperous is he. But thatis of these lines, I beg to remain, OccasiouMCCRACKEN'S

Trade in Orlando and with Orlando's not always the case. Very truly yours,
merchants! To many persons the following editorial A. G. KENT.
New Golfine
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A NOTICE WHICH recent date will be intelligible; and WELL SAID

NEEDS NO COMMENT.On again, to many, it will not. "Gold is ClothIn

page one appears a notice signedby only the yardstick, not the cloth," remarks Dear Editor-I consider this discussion -

five garages, six drug stores, two the Press. This is as much as over the Sunday Closing law, white only, a beautiful quality-a destined favorite for
ice companies and one ice cream com- some women. will understand after "Much Ado About Nothing."
the coming'season. A fabric that washes like cotton, but
who will positively dose their reading the editorial. Really, moneyis A SUBSCRIBER.
pany places of business Sunday "until some a queer thing. We want it and yet 'When' it comes to delicious light has the high class effect of wool. 36 inches wide.

sane understanding has been deter- we don't want it. TilE OPEN DOOR WAFFLES
Heading Off the Gold. Special price 75c
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mined
upon. Swings freely to all who desire to
This country needs the business butdoesn't AND
The notice speaks for itself. Thereis address communications to the Senti-
little need to comment editorially need the gold of the countries
that nel on any question of public interest. SYRUP
at this time as enough has been said are buying here at an unprece-
for the present. We shall see how dented rate. It is a menace to the The Sentinel reserves to itself the THIS IS ONE OF OUR Turkish Towels

Orlando people get along without ice business and likewise to our own sta- right to refuse publication; it does not
bility to have gold coming here in SPECIALS
drugs, gasoline, etc. greater quantities than it can safely i presume to correct any misstatementmade The well-known "Terry" weave, extra large size, heavy
We shall also be interested in see- be absorbed. If in the letters of 15 centsCatering
we get too much sroldwe correspondents weight, regular 25 cents each
ing the number of chagrined and will by dint of that fact presently
and does not necessarily endorsein
angry visitors to the city who may discover that the foreigners can not Saturday 18c each 2 for 35o
break down in their automobiles within keep on buying from us, while on the full or in part the views expressedby ,
sight of Orlando and who may be other hand the gold becoming a fac- correspondents. All letters must To Those
tor of inflation, well find ourselves bear the name and address of the
forced to linger along the highway
overextended in a
dangerous di
writer, not essentially for publication
until Monday unless some good Sa- rections. Who Care
maritan comes along with an extra There is just one safe way to han- but as guarantee of good faith. Awning StripesWe a

tire or an overly large tank of gaso- dle the huge balances that are being I .
line. piled up to our credit abroad. Thatis I"I et
to take American and, if need shall I have just received another shipment of these
arise, other securities to cancel them. SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS extremely fashionable goods in black and white and blue
WHAT ENGLAND HAS There is talk about a great British .
GAINED loan being floated in this country. Our Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If and white, with self colored silk stripe.

The London Chronicle declares fiscal authorities would do well to indicate not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem-
to the European borrowers that Specially priced 25c and 35c
that since the beginning of the war we would prefer to Lave American securities ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS.

the British Empire has increased by shipped back to us. France OUR IRISH POTATOESare
3,236,000 square miles or nearly a has found a way to induce its peopleto here waiting for you. Prices right. I
third. The Empire before the mobilize their American holdingsand
war Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP :MA-
them basis of
credit
use as a
comprised 11,454,862 square miles, re. England, before it attempts to NURE Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow- Checks
Shepherd
including Egypt, the Sudan and Cyprus float a huge loan, might well be reminded ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur 1
which were technically Turkish.In that this country would be chaser. 25c. packages and up. -iI
its figures the newspaper includes clad to buy back the evidences of its 45 inches wide, half wool, in black and white and navy

the Cameroons, the conquest of own obligations across the water.It Orlando Seed & Produce Co. and white checkings, will wash splendidly. .
which is not yet complete. They com- is better for Europe to hold its !
own securities and for America to Successors to Seed Co.
Wright Realty
prise 191,200 square miles. The other hold American securities. The extra- Specially priced for Satd'y 59c yd I
additions are Egypt, 400,000; Soudan, -rdinary conditions of this moment PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY t

984,000; Cyprus, 3,600; Arabia, 1,200- merely reverse those of 1907; the tide a
000; German South West Africa, 322- II

450; Togoland, 33,700; German New I,
Guinea (and Pacific Islands) 101,050

square miles. Australia has added DEPARTMENTWe ( ( .

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ADAM'S ADVANTAGE carry a large and fresh stockof .,

Whatever trouble Adam missed,
This must have made him sore, Staple and Fancy I
When he and :Mother Eve fell out, ,
He couldn't slam the door.Birmingham .
Age Herald. Groceries Provisions GroceriesDicksonIves

Whatever trouble Adam had-
And he had some, I s'rose- ,
He never sat behind a hat
At moving picture shows.
-Houston Post. ,

Whatever troubles Adam had,
lie always had a chance, Saturday ,
For sure he never had to fear
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That Eve would wear his pants.
-New Orleans Item. 1
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Whatever troubles Adam missed
Of this you can believe, ,
He ne'er was charged with being .
kissed
By other than Mother Eve.
-St. Augustine Record.

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And these were many, too, ... ..
He was never called upon the carpet The Co-Operative Produce Company.
By the W. C. T. U.
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"Get It At Allen's"FRIENDSHIP


SOCIAL CALENDAR pleasures of a real garden party as
In association with
Friday, August 27. well as a wedding anniversary recep- JESSE L. LASKY,DAVID BELASCO 0
Regular of the C. T. U. tion. The summer house in which :
meeting W. presents for the first time in photodrama -
at the Baptist church. punch was served is a birthday gift the noted dramatic star
I -0- from the "groom" to his "bride," it LAURA HOPE CREWS
GOLDEN WEDDING being used the first time on this oc-
ANNIVERSARY.Golden casion. Her natal day is next Mon-
weddings are always rare day, at which time Mr. and Mrs. S. R. i Ia l; a Yszt' t t cot'fiaG(
and happy occasions and in this land Hudson, their neighbors and friends, .yMvw
of sunshine and flowers they are celebrate their golden wedding. Mrs. y -

doubly interesting, being proof that Starbuck was gowned in white and -
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Economy there is no more perfect place to live held a handsome bouquet of bride o LINKS
than in the glorious Southland, where roses. All of the assistants wore L t;

Nature is at her best the year round, white and yellow and the color schemewas Every girl should have one of these Bracelets, each
while August with its fields of goldenrod carried out even in the front yard link from a different friend.
gardens of marigolds, and vines where tall sunflowers and golden bell
of golden bell, seems the most appro- bloomed in profusion. 25c. including engraving.

in upkeep and priate month in which to celebrate Many notes, letters and wires of

such an event. good wishes were sent by absent ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
gasoline con "Place o' Dreams," on the northeastside friends, and it is needless to say that ,
of Lake Eola, which has for many the entire community joints with the b
years been the home of :Mr. and Mrs. t .dI
sumption are Sentinel in wishing these estimable Aft OJ::! .
J. M. Starbuck
is
always and
lovely, people many more years of happiness --
yesterday afternoon the grounds and ; together. --

items to be con- house were a picture long to be re -0ENGAGEMENT If quality for a low price is an objectour
membered. The vine clad porches and wall papers will win your favor.
sidered in buy pergola were bright with many vases ANNOUNCED.The For sale the 5000 next 30 rolls days ofVall we will'offer for

of golden flowers, yellow wedding engagement of Miss Willie Per- h from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is Paper the
ing a car. bells, and greenery, and seated in the son to Mr. Wilber L. Tilden has been time to buy, and do your papering
pergola were the much loved honorees announced. The announcement was when you get ready.W' .
who have shared their e also carry a full line of High
joys and sor made uniquely at an informal party
r The upkeep in Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .
rows for so many years. Each guest Tuesday when Miss Person enter-
would surely agree with the "bride" tamed the members of the Reading stock.Orlando invite. you to call and inspectour

"I the DODGE is who stated.that. she didn't feel fifty I I Club. Following the reading by the In
a wonderfully realistic and thrilling
years married, and tney could truthfully young ladies present refreshmentswere -
picturization of that incomparable
lessened a great say she does not look so, while served and favors, white roses, BELASCO modern success Paint & Wall Paper O
her remark that she felt like the were given. To each rose was tied abit "THE FIGHTING HOPE"
deal the Queen of Sheba was true so far as of verse, a dainty red arrow bearing By WILLIAM J. HURLBUTThis 205 S. Orange Avenue
by
veryreasonableprice good wishes and loving friends could the COLEMAN RHAN
initials of the couple con- is a film play that will hold & Phone 261
make it.Miss cealed within the paper. your attention every instant. It tells
Hope Starbuck, the only. Miss Persop is the of Dr. the story of a wife's heroic fidelity
daughter, whose I daughter to her unworthy husband. The ...... .. ......... ,...... .. . ..,.. .
untiring energy and and Mrs. W. C. Person and is a
strongest and most unexpected last
for true artistic ability made possible the charming woman with countless
parts as you young reel of any American photodramaever
happy afternoon, and Mrs. Sam Grif- friends. Mr. Tilden is county solicitor produced. A drama of modern The New Ice '
will fin greeted the guests on their arrival, and a sterling young man of life that thrills from start to finish. Company j
note by a all of whom offered congratulationsand unapproachable character. The Sentinel 10 cents 20 cents

wishes for many more years of unites with many other friendsin PHONE 675
study of the following happy wedded life. Mrs. W. S. Branch extending congratulations. Thoseat TOMORROW, "Janet of the Chorus,"
another of those features.
received in the terrace and directedthe the announcement party were the Vitagraph

prices: visitors to the summer house Misses Ada Bumby, Mary Robinson, Delivery Daily
where the punch bowl was presidedover and Mesdames Gray Rush, LeRoy B. -
by Misses Eloise Robinson and i Giles, W. M. Glenn and Merle McEl-
Roberta Branch. Receiving in the i roy. The wedding will be solemnizedthis ROOf GARDEN Wait for our wagon. We think
Piston $1.60 garden were Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr. Miss autumn.
will like ice.
Mary. Guernsey, and Miss Eliz.. you our
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Piston Rings .25 Wright. Each assistant carried a PICNIC AT
white enameled basket filled with JOYLAND.The .
southern smilax and yellow roses. Modern Woodmen of Americaand TO DAY

ConnectingRod Mrs. Donald Cheney received in the the Royal Neighbors of America j The New Ice Company.I'IIIII"'I"'I'IIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIII'II'II"II"II'jj jji
ball, the doorway of which was twined enjoyed a joint picnic Thursday after- .
Bearing .75 with asparagus fern and many yellow noon at Joyland, the occasion being in "MAN TO MAN" i
wedding bells, each decorated in celebration
gold, of the Modern Woodmen's
One part colored drama.
Fan Belt .25 which were the work of Miss Star- second anniversary. A bountiful
buck. The library was festive looking feast had been prepared by the ladies
;with bowls and vases of roses, and at and all did ample justice to the six titMMimiMMmimiMIMMIMIMIIIMIMIHtMtI
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2.50 "THE SPIDER MONKEY"
one side was a table holding the gifts o'clock supper. ..
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sent by friends and relatives. Mr. Boating and bathing and various Pathe Colors.
and Mrs. Starbuck explicitly statedon other amusements were enjoyed by .
their invitations, "No gifts but all. The purple and white badges I ; FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;
And the good wishes." However, they could worn by the Royal Neighbors added a "HAPPY'S MISHAPS"
not refuse the remembrances which festive touch of color to the scene.

were sent in such sincerity, and each The good accommodations offered by A one-part comedy. -<
Car Itself gift carried the love of time tried our new jitney service was greatly] (1 ..

friends. They included gold pieces, appreciated by many. All reported a t
I silver, linen, and china. most enjoyable time. "PATHE WEEKLY"At

, The dining room was In charge of -
( seems like a Miss Jean Person. It was a bowerof CONCORD PARK the war front. Lord Bitch

beauty with its ropes of asparagus LADIES' AID. ener. CURTIS & O'NEAL
thing of life, fern falling from the dome to the The ice cream social at Dr. Buck-

four corners of the table. These were master's was a surprise to many, a
abounding in sprinkled with tiny wedding bens, and delight to all. With the beautiful' The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Insurance Loans Real Estate i !
on each side of the buffet was banked moonlight overhead and the green

vitality' trigger- golden rod. The center piece on the grass underneath, every one threw The One-Price Theater Rentals
table was the work of the "bride"and aside dull care and was at their wit "
held a low bowl of golden bell. Serv tiest and prettiest. The children's
swift in the glid- ing in white frocks with yellow ribbons sweet voices rang out in perfect hap- Pair of Silk Hose given away at

were Misses Hilda Griffin, Ida piness.Mr. .
ing get-away Jernigan, Guylene Evans, Elizabeth Carl Dann showed his ability to nine o'clock tonight.
. Robinson, Ellen Fuller and Margaret sell cakes as welt as real estate, one
, and McNeil. cake bringing ten dollars.
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splendidlyfree
The favors were miniature wedding The amount taken in was thirty-one 10 cents 5 cents ..
bells tied with ribbon and bearing the dollars and eighty-one cents."Secretary. ESTABLISHED 1886
from the dates "
1865-1915. These were also Aid.
the work of Miss Starbuck. Lady -- Saturday night, "The Bomb
slightest jerk or Baltimore cake, ice cream and mints, SOCIETY NOTES "
,
OF INTEREST.Mr. Thrower, very fine.
all
carrying out the "golden" idea,
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jump. or jolt. were the delicious refreshments.Only and Mrs. R. W. Phillips and I
two of the children living Mrs. A. W. Acree will motor over to

were able to be present, Miss Hope, Daytona this morning to spend a cou-
who lives at home, and Attorney Vic- ple of weeks at the Daytona Beach

oo tor One Starbuck grandchild, who, Baby resides Helen in the Mary city. hotel. It Melts in Your Mouth

$850. Starbuck was also a caller during the Mrs. Timmons and Mr. Beulah, of
afternoon. Two sons, Rev. Virgil Indianapolis, Ind., arrived in Orlando
Starbuck, of Plumtree, N. C., and Holland Wednesday afternoon and will visit
Starbuck, of Harrisburg, Ark., Mrs. M. N. Spink, at Kooter hove DAILY BULLETIN v
In Orlando wired love and good wishes. Other Kottage, on Rock lake, and other rela- .

relatives attending included Mrs. M. tives. -.' j

. II. Jordon, sister of Mrs. Starbuck, PEACH ;
and"Mr. and Mrs. George D. Ghent, Mr. Jas. H. Hirsch, one of Mait- VANILLA ;
all of Pine Castle. land's prominent and progressive citi- ::
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SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL {-
Mr. and Mrs. Starbuck were mar- zens, accompanied by his attractive i
ried at Rose Hill Farm, near Frank- daughter Miss Verna Mae, were PINEAPPLE '_':
Lemon Ice i
I. W. fort, Indiana, later moving to Arkansas among the welcome visitors to Or- I PISTACHIO Grape-Ice :

and from there to Florida, first to lando yesterday. CHERRY ;}
Chuluota, and then to Orlando. The CARAMEL
gardens around "Place of Dreams"are .hss2 j

famous throughout the county, Favorite i:
Phillips eath and every member of the family W e deliver from one quart upHand's

being a lover of Nature. Miss Star-
buck has long been known for her TODAY'S PROGRAM -
wonderful flowers and artistic abilityas Broncho. "The Spark From the M
Ember." A drama, in two parts. 1!
a decorator, and feels
that
& one the Keystone. "Fatty's Gift." Com-
home is rightly named when its many edy.Pathe. Pure Ice Cream
apparently hidden beauties are discov "New Exploits of Elaine."
ered. Her rose gardening and fern- "The Saving Circle," in two parts. y
This is the most thrilling episode yet. t
eries are always beautiful, and as the See the death duel between the men .
Sons seasons come and go she has all the in the aeroplane and the men in the Phone 566 and 666 !
k flowers which come with them, and auto.We
also have a good Keystone com- "
with the sun conveniently hidden beneath edy. ....
a cloud, the guests enjoyed the Admission, adults lOc, chidlren 5e. I ,,
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STATE CANNING CLUB DEMONSTRATION FOURTH CLASS.MAIL IS NOT TO NEW PARCEL POST FEES ,>-
AN .DNSOUCITED LETTER IN ORLANDO BE REGISTERED
YESTERDAYMiss Effective September 1, the fees for
!
Want to compliment you for Postmaster W. C. :McLean has been insuring parcel post packages will be FOR SALEWill

the excellent work you have done Myrtle Warren, of Tallahassee notified by the postmaster general as follows: On parcels' valued from
for me. a member of the state force of I that on and after September 1 no 1 cent to $5, 3 cents; from $5 to $25, I
Have been coming to Floridafor demonstration workers connected with fourth class mail matter shall be reg- 5 cents: $25 to $50, 10 cents; $50 to

30 years and have had work the girls' canning clubs conducted by istered, but may be insured againstloss $100, 25 cents.Advertise j
offer for sale for few
done from Jacksonville to Key :Miss Ellen A. Harris spent yester- in an amount equivalent to its a d.

West, St. Augustine to Pensacola day in Orlando seeking to arouse interest equal value not to exceed a certain in the Morning Sentineland the Avenue I
and! I can truthfully say I in the introduction of this workin amount on payment of a stipulatedfee. get results. property corner Orange I

have never had such excellent Orange county. Jackson and Boone Streets known
as
work done for me, as you have The plan generally pursued in the The communication is in the form i

done. The proprietors of the introduction of this line of work in a of an amendment and is designated as A. B. Cook & Co. the skating rink property, for $26,000. ;
Jacksonville and order No. 9099.
laundries of new county is for the county to pay
Tampa, not to speak of smaller one-half of the salary of the agent It reads as follows' : 30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year !
places, can come to your place and the state the remaining half. "Effective September 1, 1915, para-
and learn how to do work. The Miss Warren is anxious to arrangefor graph 2, section 488, of the Postal and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY.
people of Orlando can justly feel the placing of an agent in this Laws and Regulations is amended to A
proud of their Steam Laundry. county as it presents an unusually read as follows: Dealers in Real Estate, In-

(Name on application.) promising field for such work. "2. Fourth class mail shall not be vestments and Business Oppor- A i
Superintendent McKinnon, who has registered,but may be insured againstloss tunities.
favored the introduction of the workin in an amount equivalent to its

Orlando Orange county from the beginning, actual value, but not to exceed $5 in ,
has called it to the attention of the any one case, on payment of a fee of ,
school board at several meetings, but three cents; not to exceed $25 on pay- REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS ..
Steam LaundryFRENCH the board felt that the funds of the ment of a fee of five cents; not to

DRY CLEANERS county would not justify an appropri- exceed $50 on payment of a fee of ten
LAUNDERERS ation for this purpose. cents; or not to exceed $100 on pay- LOANS
After talking further with :Miss ment of a fee of twenty-five cents, in MORTGAGES
PHONE 88 Warren yesterday, Superintendent addition to the postage, both to be The arket

McKinnon is hopeful of securing the prepaid by stamps affixed; but indemnity BANK STOCKS

necessary funds from other sources will not be allowed in cases TIMBER OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
for the work in Orange of loss of such mail addressed to the
FOR SALE introducing BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
county. lie took :Miss Warren to Philippine Islands, unless the loss occurred -I
SCREENS WHAT AM Winter Park during the afternoon, in the postal service of the OF ALL KINDS. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

SCREENS and after interviewing several parties United States." I Kept under the best sanitary conditions. 1

BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. Miss Warren felt so encouraged as to Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

John W. Pounds, Agent state that she or Miss Harris would TYPHOID FEVER MAY BE RARE and pure. t ,
Box 703 visit the county again at an early DISEASE INSIDE OF 15 What do you We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
I date, with the hope of successfully YEARS everything in the Meat Line.
>*>
arranging for the introduction and Washington, D. .-The public hope for in a t

prosecution of the work. health service, announcing a tremen- H. Self & Co.
Superintendent McKinnon is of the dous increase in the number of per- varnish?

IGParrish, OVIM, opinion that as a means of educationand sons submitting to anti-typhoid vac- PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

practical benefit to the girls of cination, declared there was "no rea-
of the firm of Drs. Parrish & the county this work offers great pos- son why typhoid fever should not be :

Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located sibilities. In some of the counties in a rare disease by 1930." The state- HE'AWcON'
indefinitely at Lumsden's which it has been carried on girls ment added that it was estimated that September Victor RecordsYOU
through this means, have been ena- in 1915 the total number of immun-
Stable, on West Church Street.
bled to pay their own expenses at ized persons in the United States OUGHT TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING:
The Doctor is a graduate vet-I college. would reach 300,000.Mr. 4./ l i OT4iWLqEs "Booster Fox Trot" and
erinarian. A trial will convince "Glad Rags One-Step," By the Victor Military Band.

you of his superiority over the NEUTRALS GOT A BUNCH OF Dean Ponder and mother, Mrs. "La Paloma," (Saxaphone Sextette) by Six Brown Brothers.:;

uneducated horse doctor. Examinations COTTON N. P. Ponder, will leave tomorrow for "Mrs. Rastus At The Telephone" By Ralph Bingham.

made free of chargeat their home in Orlando. Mr. Ponder "Old Black Joe," By Alma Gluck, with Male Chorus.
Washington, Aug. 25.-While Amer- came Friday to accompany his mother Two new Hawaiian Songs by Toots Paka Troupe.
the stable. ican cotton exports during the fiscal home from her lengthy visit to her Also many other extra fine records. Come and listen.
Calls answered by day or year that ended June 30 decreased by daughter, Mrs. L. W. Ponder, and When you buy varnish for your
floors you hope that it will improvethe W. S. BRANCH
night. only 739,003 bales their value was family.-Ocala Star. appearance of those floors and ,
PHONE NO.25Bargaill $234,257,329 less than those of the that it will be durable. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

I preceding year, according to figures Unfortunately much that is sold for Exclusive Distributors of Victor Goods.
!issued today by the department of Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER floor varnish. won't realize that hope
for
:commerce. The decrease was due to you.LaW90n's

[depressed prices compared with thoseof a wonderful Lustro deep Elastic.lustrous Floor finish.Varnishhas It is SKATING RINKLADIES'
one easily applied because it works easily. It
year ago. is unequalled for durability and will not
Despite an increase of 27,562 balesin scratch white. It dries absolutely dust-
free in front five to seven hours and gets
June exports over June, 1914, the hard in twenty-four hours.
planter received only $15,844,362 as As for economy. Lustro bas a covering SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
against $18,725,444 in June last year. Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" capacity that is wonderful. DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
Exports to Great Britain, Spain and Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis- -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
I Italy showed material increases in .
INSTRUCTORS.
facrory.Made
I i quantity for the year. Direct exportsto by Valentine & Co.
New house, 8 rooms and bath. Germany, Austria and Belgium HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP Manufacturers of Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
'were negligible and France and Japan -
Location perfect, 4 blocks from showed material, decreases. VALSPAR and Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

center of city, east side. All other European nations, which ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST VAL-ENAMEL
embraces the neutral countries except
For quick sale $3000. Cash or Spain, took 1,382,626 bales, valued at ACROSS FROM: FOUNDRY. l AJD MISSION 1O GENTS

terms. :$00,492389 in the fiscal year as
All to be had atFINLEY'S
against 94,896 valued at $5,820,097 in
PIONEER PAINT
1914.

CARL DANNWANTED EDISON PUTTING IN AN INVENTION -! Phone 204 i Phone 67. STORE Pine and Court Sts. ORLANDO ROOFING

FOR SUBMARINESNew
AND '

I York.The installation of the
SHEET METAL CO
new nickel batteries invented by
Thomas A. Edison, by which it is The Orlando Meat MarketT.

hoped to prevent the escape of chlo-
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
USEDFORDS rine gas in submarines was in prog- A. YANCY,Jr., Manager ,
ress today on board the submarine
and Rubber
K-l at the New York navy yard. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice RoofingsCornices
Chlorine gas is one of the greatest
dangers of undersea boats and many Florida and Western Meats Skylights.Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings J

officers familiar with them believe

WE BUY AND PAY YOU SPOTCASH that it caused the loss of the F-4 at Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Works: 14 E. Church St. ; ORLANDO
I Honolulu several months ago.
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
The nickel batteries were designedby
Mr. Edison to the of
I save crews /Business (135 P.O. BOX 226
the submarines from suffocation by PHONES Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
gas. If the batteries are as effectiveas

IF YOU NEEDMONEY it is hoped, the United States navy -
I Backs
will possess the first underwater craftin Tops, Cushions,
which the danger of chlorine is

eliminated.DID Rollins College, Winter ParkOldest Curtains, Celluloids, Bows

RUSSIA WANT JAP TROOPS
College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,
PAINTING
AND HAVE ONE FOR SALE Music, Expression, Fine Arts Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business -
Tokio Kokumin Shim-.
Japan.-The
Teachers' Course.
COME bun's Petrograd correspondent says
he learns that Russia besides askingfor Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights fire protection fine gym-
nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
munitions of war from Japan requested music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
the dispatch of troops to Rus- rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
See Mr. Hutton sia. There is no confirmation of this and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
soils fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, }
statement here. i Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE
ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde- Mgr.
nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
STREET Get the news In the Sentinel first. address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla.

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:Miss Julia Pomeroy who has been
spending the past month in Aurora,
Iowa, is expected home this morning.

Misses Alice and Ruth Hendricks,
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after a short sojourn in Orlando, are
in Panama again at Avon Park for another visit. FOR EVERY '

and everywhere on American territory is simplified' by "A.B.A.". "Where there's life there's Hup."
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are 8-22-6tc
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would
often be refused for want of proper identifica on. These cheques Mrs. Joseph Bumby who has been $1OAWEEK
Jf-identifying. We recommend them to all who for
are travel
business or pleasure. visiting her daughter, :Mrs. J. :M. ;
Maddox.[ in Fort Meade has returnedto
.-- The State Bank of Orlando her home in Orlando.
YOU SPEND
Mrs. C. M. Crosby left last nighton
the 12:30 train over the Atlantic
Coast Line for Boston Mass., where
she will spend some time.

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.

8-21-tf YOU SAVE
Messrs. S. S. Griffin, J. E. Turner
and C. G. Wright left last night for ,
Pablo Beach on a little pleasure and

r 1 p -: business trip. $10 A YEAR

Mr. A. :M. Bristol, one of the substantial -
citizens of Taft was among
the visitors to the county seat yes-

ire terday.Get.

1 your next shave at the Stand-

iIIi ard.Mr. Arthur Clark returned Wednesday 18-21-tf- If YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS (

from Washington D. C., where ,
he has been sojourning for the past :
three months.Mr. .
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and Mrs. Hamilton Johnson and I
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family who have been residing at I 1
408 North Orange avenue, have moved I Ito
No. 5 West Gore avenue. The Peoples National Bank \

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

Mrs. Harry Shaw left yesterday 1
over> the Atlantic Coast Line for Cincinnati .

"ELDER" Spring WaterIS until falL, Ohio where she will remain ,.1

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SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, Mr. D. G. McKay left yesterday afternoon 11111111IIIII11111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I'j
over the Atlantic Coast Line
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD for Bowling Green, Ky., and Chicago ..II.IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"ILIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII MOIIIIII
to look after business matters. .

Phone WRIGHT, 444
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.


TRY IT Better BEST TRY IT 8-18-tf Mrs. T. O. Brown and daughters, H 1
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Studebaker CarsHere
Misses Louise and Juliette, left yes- New
terday afternoon to visit relatives and i
friends in Wilmington, N. C.


Mrs. W. V. Henry and :Miss Mar- This Week
garet Finnegan, who have been visiting -
:Mrs. P. P. McGraw, on East
Robinson avenue, returned yesterday
to their homes in St. Louis. Wait and see what values you can get

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Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for for $1050 and $885
you. 8-12-tl

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Miss Myrtle Warren, of Tallahassee -
who has been in Orlando for a 1
Notice To Ford Purchasers couple of days in the interest of the
girls' canning clubs of Florida has
Between Aug. 1 1914 gone to points in South Florida.

and Aug. 1, 1915All 18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. San Juan Garage Company ; j <,


Ford purchasers who hold Profit- Orlando-Daytona
:Mr. R. M. Moseley one of Gotha's
Sharing Coupons will please endorse same popular and substantial citizens, was .
and return immediately to The Ford in Orlando yesterday en route to Day- DISTRIBUTORS :c '

Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send tona Beach where he will spend a

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur- while. It,

chased during above dates. .
Deposit your Savings Checks and IHMIK''\ 1111111.111111...'
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For further information, phone let them earn 4 per cent. interest for I (
you. 8-12-tf
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F. G. RUSH iniiinii
Postmaster and Mrs. W. C. McLean
left last night on the 12:30 train to I
Executor?
32 East Church Street Phone 2268ltl.l.t.I..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIII11 visit points in other states including Who Will Be Your

Washington D. c., and Bridgeport, !
Conn.
ANSWER NO. 2 A
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Mr. C. M. Weeks, a prominent busi- Your estate may be materially impaired as a !''a"* ,, .,
ness man of Lakeland arrived in Or- direct result of the appointment of an executor t ;
lando yesterday to attend the funeral or trustee. i
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of his sister-in-law, Mrs. M. E.
When an individual is appointedThe :-
: Weeks which will be held today. '
financial responsibility is generally weaker.It 1
.
Mr. Richard Kone left yesterday af- is usually provided in wills that the person ; y;
ternoon for Savannah, Ga., in response nominated to serve as executor shall be excused r
to a message announcing the from giving bonds. t

AUTHORITIES DIFFER :I J.serious Kone.illness of his mother, Mrs. J: When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex- l
pense of the estate and then only partial secu-

you loss is provided. h
I How much save last month rity against ,
As to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-t When a Trust Company is selected a r

a certain period in the lives of most of us when our The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility .
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Hutchinsonand is secured. ,
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with ; !
son, Mr. Herbert and Miss Caroline -
Diamonds.A A bond which has behind it the entire financial
Farquhar, will motor to Dayton
strength of the Institution is always filed with
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of Beach today where they will enjoy i
the Probate Court at won **** to the estate.
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. the delights of that resort for several .
I days. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue --
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? of this newspaper. w

Mr. J. M. Sellers, wife and family

: motored to Daytona Beach yesterday Come in any time and freely ask for further 4 c ?' 1
I where they will spend some time information on this vitally important subject. t _
joying the.excellent bathing and en-I You are always welcome, and our officers are always .i
ing. They were accompanied by :\ glad to advise. _
T. H.
EVANS A. 3!. Harris and son. Master Anson .
I and daughter, Miss Elise Harris..
The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

JEWELER DoctorsBnekiiiasler

& Brundngc Orlando, Florida


OSTEOPATHS Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00 3'.
Personal instruction under Dr. Still ,
at Kirksville Mo. i
132 S. Orange Ave.. above )
Peoples
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