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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 28, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915. NUMBER 170.

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I: ONLY ONE RUSSIAN STRONGHOLD LEFT;






GERMANY FORMS A HUGE COTTON FIRM




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< I GERMANS TROL OF ARE THE NOW NIEMEN IN: CON- CARRANZA 10 ESTABLISH GOV'T IN A BRIGHT FUTURE FOR AS COTTAGE BURNS OWNER


AND BUG LINE ROLLINS 1915-16



FORM COTTON ARM OF$$1,000,000! _MEXICO CITY BEFORE U. S. CAN ACT SECRETARY O'NEAL LOOKS I CHARGES INCENDIARISM


I I FOR RECORD BREAKING
Intend to Centralize the Impor- RECORDS TRANSFERRED
STATE REVENUE FOR YEAR! ; ATTENDANCEMany
tation of the Product PREPARATIONS FOR -
BASEBALL RESULTS
SAYS NEIGHBOR SET FIRE
Financial Changes and Improve-

Gets Support SHOWS INCREASE E CHANGE HASTENS ments Made During Summer Federal League TO HER HOUSE LAST

Pittsburgh 3, Chicago 2.
-Music Dept. Has NIGHT

London Aug. .-With the occupa- 1915 INTERNAL REVENUE MAKES PLAY TO GAIN MORE TIME Larger QuartersThat St. Louis 5, Kansas City 4.

tion of Olita, the ninth Russian fort- No others scheduled.
BRING IN CHARGES ARE DENIED BYNBGHBOR
TAXES American
within three League
ress has capitulated if of Pan- the enrollment in Rollins Col- .
Inquires Signatures Detroit New York 1-3.
weeks and the Germans ,now are in $1,562,425.02Corporation lege for next year will be larger thanin 8-11.

virtual control of the line on the Nie- Americans Are Official previous years was the opinion of Cleveland 4, Boston 3. Says She Was Asleep When the ...

men and the Bug. Incomes Paid $108- Dept. Not Worried by W. R. O'Neal secretary and treas- Chicago 3, Philadelphia 2.
miles southeast of St. Louis 1, Washington 3. Fire Started-A Large _
Grodno( 40 Olita 141.60, and Individual In- Failure to Reply urer of that institution, yesterday.
is the only stronghold on this front He hinted that a new president would National League Crowd Witnessed

still in the hands of the Russians, and comes $121,368.22, be elected soon. Boston 9-1. Chicago 4-4.
Says Report Washington Aug. 27.-The state 7 St. Louis 11. Conflagration :
semi-officially it is reported that this He stated that Rollins Collegeduring Brooklyn ,
department has received advices that New York 2 Pittsburgh 1. -
,
point is in evacuation having appar- the vacation period had been
Washington Aug. 27.-The state of Carranza is making every effort to Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 2. As a fire raged in a small cottageon
ently served the purpose of coveringthe thoroughly renovated and that all the
Florida paid in internal revenue taxes establish himself at Mexico City be- Southern League West Pine street, just off: Garland .

The Russian Germans retreat.have resumed the of- during the fiscal year ended June 30, fore the peace plan adopted by the buildings and on improved.Ladies' the campus. had been repaired Birmingham 2-4. Memphis 0-3. street one block west of the Atlantic

1915 156242502. This was an increase Latin-American conference can be put Atlanta 9, Nashville 2. Coast Line railroad, last night at 11 .
fensive in the Baltic provinces and "
"Clover Leaf
Hall Cottage,
as compared with 1914 of $52- into execution.It Chattanooga 2, New Orleans 0. o'clock, Mrs. Tennie Whittenberg, .
gains. has been redecorated .
report
is that of throughout.The owner of the house between sobs,
.. 516.13. reported already some Mobile 4, Little Rock 1.
walls have been frescoed and kal-
Of the total amount paid by Florida J his officials have gone to Mexico City, charged that Mrs. Lizzie McAlister,

from Berlin Bremen, Aug.the 27.-In Frankfurter a telegram Zei- 'I in 1915, $108,141.60 was representedby taking the public records and that somined and a new hot water heating DEATH OF A CHILD who lives directly east of the house,
plant has been installed. The interiorof
corporation income tax, and $121- Carranza will soon follow. had set fire to itShe said she wouldgo
tung announces the formation there the has been
368.22 by individual income tax. Whether he replies to the note from building entirely Clarice Roabdarts the four year old to the court house this morningand
of cotton importing firm with a
a changed.
The total tax paid for all purposesin the conference before or after reach- child of Mr. and :Mrs. Roabdarts, of take out a warrant to that effect.

capital of $1,000,000. The companyhas the states and territories of the ing Mexico City, or whether he replies Other improvements have been Tampa d ed suddenly at the home of Mrs. Whittenberg said that Mrs.
been formed at the solicitation of
made. The
has been
Union aggregated $415,669,876.30 as at all is said to be a matter of indif- gymnasium his aunt, Mrs. J. G. Tyner, of Pine McAlister had set fire to another
all the German interests affected by equipped with hot and cold watar
against $280,008,893.96 for 1914 an ference to this government.The Castle. Undertaker Hand has chargeof house not long ago. She said she
the importation of cotton, and it is shower baths which will be of ines-
smelt kerosene and knew that incendiary
increase of $35,660,982.34.Favor government of Carranza as a the arrangements. an -
intended to centralize the importationof timable good to the athletes.
had started the confla
factor of the Mexican situation has na-
the product. The music department Mr. O'Neal tion. She further said that Mrs. Mc-
been determined upon. There maybe
German capital proposes to obtain Sand Oil some difficulty in carrying it out, but said, has been removed from Sparell Men This Is For Alister was trying to burn her out.
firm buying orders from cotton spin- Cottage to Pinehurst Cottage whichis ,
unless the present plans are radically Mrs. McAlister stated that she was
ners and traders in Germany and changed this policy will be pursued larger. Better class practice rooms asleep when the fire started; that she
.J Austria, and then make firm offers to Roads For rigidly. for the music students have also been The Ladies rushed to the door and tried to arouse

American exporters.The provided. The building heretoforeused the neighbors. "The thing that hurtsme
Secretary Lansing today would not
business is supported by banks Polk CoA say whether he will make any replyto as a music hall has been con- Don't ReadNew I the worst," said Mrs. McAlister,
and capital is guaranteed by discountsat
verted into a residence. This resi-
Carranza's request to know whether "is the fact that Mrs. Whittenbers
the Gesellschaft Deutsche bank dence, which has been repaired and
the signatories to the note acted says I tried to burn her out. She
and the Dresdenner National bank. large delegation of Polk county in their official capacity.It fitted with electric fixtures, etc., will York.-Local jobbers reportan screamed that I had set fire to the

The enterprise is supported by repre- good roads boosters were in Orlando understood, however that Car- be used as the president's home. The increasing demand on the part of building, everybody on the street '

sentative banks and the whole Ger- yesterday morning and evening pass- ranza may be informed that the fact campus and all the buildings have the retail trade for staple and dress heard it."

man and Austrian cotton trade. I ing to and from Lake county, where that all of the signers appended their been greatly improved. ginghams percales and other colored The fire department promptly put

| they had gone to inspect the so-called official signatures should be sufficient Miss Isabel Dennison has been en- cotton fabrics and the improvementis the blaze out. The house was not

HAYTIEN CONGRESS WILL BE : sand-oil roads now under construct indication of the official character of gaged for the music department. She being reflected it is said, in the occupied. It was partially dismantled -

GIVEN AMPLE TIME TO t tion. The sand-oil roads are really the proceeding.Time is a brilliant pianist and organist business that is being received by the window frames having been

ACCEPT U. S. TERMS "asphalt, or of that nature and they coming from New York. She is a the local commission houses. The taken out. *It was stated that the

I were exceedingly well liked by the Limit Expires graduate of the Oberlin, Ohio, con- whole range of colored cottons is selling house was given over to a local con-

Washington, Aug. 27.-The Hay- I Polk county men. servatory of music, and a very expe- well in a quiet way in the primaryend tractor to raze. A large crowd con-

( tien congress will be given ample time One of the party stated that the Vera Cruz Aug. 27.The hour of rienced teacher. Dr. Allen, violinist of the market excepting, of gregated as the blaze illuminated the
4 the
to consider the proposed treaty that roads were so well liked that they today marking expiration of who gave such satisfaction last year course, in such cases where the exhaustion heavens brightly. t

places its financial affairs in the would return to Polk county and recommend the time limit specified by Secretary I. will return January 1 to take special of dyestuffs supplies has
Lansing and the Latin-American . . .
hands of agents of this government. that the highways through con- pupils from that time until May 1. forced withdrawals. . .

The congress will adjourn September !that county be constructed accordingly. ferees in the Pan-American note Miss Bessie Krauss will assist Dr. While business on madras and THE WORLD WAR A YEAR

p 17, and a very strong intimation has The delegation was greatly impressed which was delivered to Carranza on Allen during the college year. chambrays has been good to date, it AGO TODAY-AUG. 28 ':
i August 17, passed today without a is said that good deal more of the .
been given the Haytien officials thata by the Orange county roads. a -
.. .
reply from the leader. FROM .n.
ratification of the convention must The motorists were headed by A. J. CHICAGO TO TAMPA BY latter merchandise is still to be con- British cruiser fleet destroyed :

be had by that time. Holworthy and Editor Hetheringtonof An inquiry was addressed by him AUTO tracted for. The dyestuff situationis German armored cruisers Mainz,
Monday night to signers of the note
The American government has decided the Lakeland Telegram. Both men enforcing a pretty wide distribution Koln and Ariadne and two.de-
requesting a definition of their au Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sayers and pret-
of orders for these Sta-
that all inducement which gives stated Lakeland was making preparations goods. stroyers during a fog off Heli
thority.It ty little daughter, Helen Marie and
rise to revolutions on the island shall I to entertain the Central Florida ple ginghams are doing pretty well goland. British loss, 69 killed and
was officially announced this Mr. Roscoe Nettles arrived in Or- .
end. Highway Association which meets in in a quiet way, while dress ginghamsfor I wounded; German (estimate),
morning through the constitutionalists' lando late Thursday evening in their
t With this government collecting that city in September. the spring season are being sold 2,500 killed and drowned. '
.
bureau of information that Car- large Hudson "six" touring car from .
t and administering the customs there when they are asked for, principallyby City of Louvain, Belgium was
ranza's reply to the PanAmericannote Chicago Ill. They spent the night.
will be no inducement to fight. AUTOING TO DANVILLE, VA. Southern mills at prices which are sacked and burned by Germans,
will not be prepared until he at the Keystone hotel and yesterday
The state department was contentto Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lege who lett receives said to represent some reduction from who charged that armed citizensof
a to his question. afternoon about one o'clock resumed
give the Haytien congress plentyof Orlando the first of the week for an response last year's figures. So far as known the city fired on the invading Il
Foreign Minister Acuna their journey which will end
reiterated at Tam-
time when it was learned that Ad- auto trip through the states windingup there has been no open naming of troops in violation of the rules of :

miral Caperton had his forces now so at their former home in Danville frankly the first chief's determinationto pa."The prices on dress ginghams and none war. '

placed that further outbreaks are im Va., have been heard from. They withhold his reply until the signers trip," said :Mr. Sayers, "has is really expected until after the prin- . . . . h
of the note had defined their au been greatly enjoyed by us all vre hA
;
factor in this branch of trade
possible. have reached Bradford, and after a cipal .
Admiral Caperton today reported short sojourn there will make their thority. have had no accdent of any knd, and shows its hand. It is learned on excellent For Florida: Generally fair Sat
Preparations to transfer the the roads were in fairly good condi-
the. landing of additional marines at next stop in Boston, Ga., with relatives gov- authority that no announce- urday, except probably local showers 3
ernment to Mexico City were prac- tion, with the exception of those in will be made in north and central portions gentle !;
St. Marie and the taking over of the before continuing their journeyto ment along this line until ;
tically concluded this afternoon. Kentucky which were muddy and
winds. AMississippi'sNextGovemorTh
shifting
after Labor
customs house there. the Old Dominion State. Day. -
sloppy. The roads of Florida were A

BOY WHO SWALLOWED LYE IS better than any we traversed except

11 Everybody Will Be Happy When RESTING EASY :all Indiana.macadam Highways and it in was that a state perfect are :f I


Late last evening little Harry Red- I pleasure to ride over them. The State Ever Had ll
Law Is Settled
Youngest
I r Sunday Closing grove who was burned Thursday, "We left Chicago Thursday August .

when he attempted to swallow some 19th and were on the road from that t

With a day of grace before-them I-possible to miss the sunshine tomorrow concentrated lye which had gotten city to Orlando just one week. Of Jackson, Miss.-Theodore G. Bilbo 'Oliver Bilbo who fought with distinction -
into his hands, was rest- course we were not out for a record,
reported as in the Confederate dur-
Orlando citizens, yesterday were I in this respect for there can be but of gubernatorial nominee in Mississippi, army -
one pleasure, and I
ing very quietly at the McEwan sani- consequently ing the civil war. The next governor
greatly perturbed and excited over no shadows. travelled by stages. We whose election is a certainty, will be
tarium, where he was rushed his easy expect
by his
of Mississippi began career as a
the rigid Sunday law which it is pre- Another furor of xcitement crept
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Red- to come up to your pretty city in : the youngest man ever inaugurated as school teacher and in 1905 entered .
sumed. will be noticeable around this over the city last evening when it was about
immediately after the a couple of weeks, with some of that state.
accident executive
grove the chief the law school of Vanderbilt University 1
city tomorrow. For the most part also rumored that 'he Orlando Tele- friends Mr. and Mrs.

people's brains ran whirligigs around phone company W aid not give any occurred. gant to see more of Geo. H. Wy- When he takes the oath of office in Nashville Temr, being gradu- ... 'i

and around, and excited groups were service tomorrow. It was stated that I it"S January he will be thirty-eight years ated two years later. After practicing -1

noticed hither and yon on Orange ave- warrants had beef sworn against the j FUNERAL OF MRS. M. E. WEEKS . . . old. He will succeed Governor Earl as a lawyer- in Nashville for j

nue. The excitement culminated whenit company compelling it to cease tele- DEADLY CENTIPEDE CAP- Brewer. one year he returned to Poplarville, .i
was rumored that the Orlando Wa- phone communication. Up to a late The funeral of Mrs. M. E. Weekswas TURED Mr. Bilbo who is lieutenant gover- where e formed the law firm of Bilbo -

ter & Light company would close its hour last evening J. L. Dean man- held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 nor Mississippi, was chosen as the & Shipman. !

plant down tonight at midnight con- ager of the company had been served o'clock from the Weeks residence on Ernest Norman on Thursday nominee for governor by the Demo- In Id07 Mr. Bilbo was elected to the I

tinuing the punishment until midnight with no warrant He stated that he Washington street, Rev. Dr. E. T. captured a centipede, 21.2 inches cratic party on August 3, after pass- Mississippi senate. As a senator he ii

tomorrow night. had consulted an attorney in regardto M Poulson conducting the service. A in length, in front of W. W. ing through a bitter campaign. Witha took a firm stand against predatory

Donald A. Cheney,general managerof the matter and that this counsel large number of friends were present WrigJit's Good and Bad Cigar majority of 1,131 votes, he beat four interests' and began a bitter factional ..

the Orlando Water and Light com- had advised that the Orlando tele- I to show their respect and love for store on Orange avenue. The opponents Marion W. Reily P. S. .fight that has been kept up to the v

pany, stated last night that service phone company must give service in the deceased. The pall bearers were centipede is now bottled at. Stovall, H. M. Quin, and John R. ,present time. Mr. BUbo often

would continue as in the past There case of fire sickness, or for a hus- +I 1ssrs. Chas. Phillips, S. A. Newell Wright's and attracting attention Tally. Lee M. Russell nominee for :ferred to as a "friend of the re'I

will be the usual electric light the band who desired to explain to his {Arthur Barlow, J. H. Tucker R. M. as it is a deadly poisonous in- lieutenant governor defeated E. Bun- I people," married Mrs. Linda R.

usual gas and the customary wet wife why he was "at the office." Con- Bennett, and O. N. Larson. sect. The capture was made yan Carter by 14,500 votes. I good in 1903. His first wife, who was, _1

water. No inconvenience of any sort sequently it would appear that tete-I with two straws. Born near Poplarville, Pearl River Miss Lillian S. Herrington, died in

will be experienced. It will be im- (Continued on page 5) balls The 35 best cents.Wright Curtis& Ditson& O'NcaL tennis . . . . county, Mr. Bilbo is the son of James ,,1900,- leaving'''a daughter.t..L !'i
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NOTICEIN The Greatest Internal Revenue FORAGE GROCERY
FOR COUNTY ORANGE JUDGE'S COUNTY COURT FLORIDAIn IN AND DAILY SPORT LETTERBY CO.

the matter of the estate of
Lucy Whitakvr. dereu d. Collections History for 1915 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .
TO COFFEE WHITAKER AND ALL .'
OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN FRANK C:. MENKJE
WHEREAS J. H. Smith administrator of The Famous. New York Sporting Seils
the estate of Lucy Whitaler deceased, has and
filed his petition to make aaaeU in the Expert. Washington Aug. .-The greatest I are the incomes between a quarter ofa Saturday Monday
hands of the Administrator and to sell to
pay debts of the said Lucy Whitaker deceased internal revenue collections in the million and a half a million dollarsa
the following described real estate propertyof New York.-Boston is singularly history of the bureau are reported for year. These returned revenue of
in the the said City deceased of Orlando situate County, lying of and Orange being blessed because it has at the head of 1915 in the preliminary accounting of $3,328,423.78; incomes of $50,000 to The store that will always save you money; and where you willrabraya
and State of Florida. to wit:- get; a square deal; both in quality and quantity.It .
'Its
rival ball clubs the two most -
Lots No. 5 and 13 of Block A, of W. E. genuine W. H. Osborn, commissioner of internal $75,000 returned $2,496,496.77, and incomes -
will always be our pleasure to serve 'ou. Give trial and be
Gore's addition to Orlando as recorded in and cleanest sportsmen in the revenue, made today to Secretaryof ranging from $75,000 to $100- ) us a
Plat Book F, page 6. Orange County records.These convinced.
are therefore to cite you to appear ame-Jim Gaffney, owner of the the Treasury McAdoo. An aggregate 000 returned $2,099,634.48.New *
County.before the Florida County on the Judges 4th day Court of October of Orange A. Graves, and Joe Lannin, owner of the collection of $415,669,876.30 for York State returned the larg- The season on Apples is now open; we hate some fine ones we are

D. 1>>1S. to file objections if any you have to Red Sox. the fiscal year ended June 30, 1915, est revenue during the last fiscal year, offering at . .. .. ...... .............. ......50 cents per peck
the granting of said petition otherwise the Both men recently have brought Lemons, per dozen. . . . .. .. .... .. ... ...... .. .... .I7e '
shows increase the 1914 collections collections from that
petition will be granted hand and as prayed.official seal this an over commonwealth Fox River, Blue Valley and Gold Seal Butter, per lb. .. .. .. .. .. .. 35c
WITNESS
23rd day of August my A. D_ 1915. gasps of astonishment to the lips of of $35,660,982.34. This totals I amounting to $76,271,908.24; Illinois Sugar, 16 pounds for . . .. .. .. ... .... ..... ......... ... .$1.00Kinghan"s *
WM. MARTIN. County Judge. their associates in organized baseball made up of $80,190,694.80 income I came next with $56,242,546.12; then Sliced Bacon per pound ... .. ... ... .... .. ... ........ .. ..30eFull
through their courtesy toward the tax receipts an increase of $8,209-I I Pennsylvania, $37,611,791.32 Kentucky Cream Sheese, per pound ... .. .... .. ... .......". ..... .... .20c *
federal League leaders. But at the I ; Pure Lard, per pound, Saturday and Monday ...........f....... . .13c
420.06 over the collections for 1914, I $33,653,848.21; Ohio, $27,42.1IndIana ,- Large Pail Snowdrift Lard . . .. .. .. ... ...... ... .... ... . .93ci ;
PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414 same time, those very acts have and $335,181.50 ordinary receipts, an 294.20; $25,761,193.45; New :5 i pound pail Snowdrift Lard . . .. .. .. ..... ... .. .. ... .:>>Oc
caused the rank and file of fandom to increase of $26,851,562.28 over 1914. Jersey, $15,358,014.08. Wyoming returned Best Ham per pound . . . . . .... ISc., 19c. and 20 cents A
vote them the enviable honor of being The increase in the ordinary receipts the least of of the states lest Breakfast Bacon per pound .... . .... ... .. .. ... .. .22Vic! *
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER any
Picknic Hams, 13c.;) pound; Boneless and Smoked Bacon per pound Ht;
the and best of
rarest types manhood is due to the war tax. The special with a showing of but $133,509.79. Cabbage, Onion and Northern Turnips. . . .. ... .3 pounds for lOe '
Terms Reasonable that represent baseball today. imposts on such commodities as I New York paid the largest individ- Best Head Rice per pound 7c.; Jap Rice 4 pounds for .. .. . . ..;.k
Lannin started it. Last fall he had wines, tobacco bankers and brokers, ual income tax, her returns amount- Fresh Grits and Meal 9 pounds for . . .. ... . .. .. . ..25cAll ;
Miss Mabel DurhamRoom I can :Meats price the last week.
same as
his guests at one of the Boston
:as cosmetics, and such institutions as |: ing to $17,417,537.60; Pennsylvania
I 1 Cans of Sardines. Saturday and Monday Cor..2 c
No. 9 games a number of the Federal theatres, moving picture shows and I I next with 4642557.08; Massachu- Tall Pink Salmon, Saturady and Monday, per can . .... ... .. . 9c
League leaders. And Gaffney recently patent medicines brought to the treasury ,setts, $2,683,084.53; Illinois, $2,670- 2! Bottles of Ketchup Saturday and Monday for .. ... .. . .. ..lact : *
DAVIS & McNEIL BUILDING finished it by duplicating Lannin's a harvest of $52,069,126.29, according !1630.34. Wyoming paid the smallest cans -pound Tomatoes 25c.: ; 3 cans Corn for .. .. ... ... ...... ... 23c
action. I' 2-lb. can VanCamp Blue Ridge and Clipper Brand Teas, per can ... lOc
Church Street to the commissioner's report. j[I individual income tax, $12,248.68. 7 cans tall VanCamps Gold or Globe Cream for. .. .. ... ... .... .. .. 50c
Just recently President Gilmore and The greatest volume of income tax There were increases in the 1915 1 cans small VanCamps Gold or Globe Cream for ....... .... ..... 25c;
some of the other Fed leaders wentto came from income of over half a million collection over that of 1914 as follows -. 3! cans Van Camps Hominy for . . .. . ..... .. ... .. ..... .. 23c; .
Boston to inspect the new park ofthe 2 I cans 3-pound Table Teaches for. . . ..... ................ .. .23c; *
dollars Such
a year. princely : Fermented liquors, $12,247- 1 can 3-pounds Pie Peaches or Apples for .. ... ...... .... .... .. lOc
ARADEMILK Braves. Did Gaffney call out the livings contributed to the general government 434.27; oleomargarine, $370,037.82; Rumford or Calumet Baking Powder 1-pound can .. ... .. ........ .. .. .%2c J
militia and try to keep them out of revenue to the extent of $639,004.54. ,- miscellaneous, such as playing cards, Walter Bakers Cocoa, half-pound can for .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. ..... ... .22c 1
his park? Did he issue forth in the Incomes between $100,000and opium mixed flour and adulterated Rest Ground Coffee, fresh shipment, per pound ..... ... ... ... ... ... .. .17c t
public prints with a vituperative Best Green Coffee, fresh shipment, per pound ... .............. .. .. 18c
$250,000 a year brought the government butter, $318,689.75; Philippine pro- White House Coffee, per pound . . ... ................... ..33c
statement concerning the Feds? Not in taxes 594379767. Incomes ducts, 2252257. Decreases were as Maxwell House Coffee, per' pound .. . .. ........ ...... .. ..... .. 31c
at all. ranging between $20,000 and follows: Wines, spirits, brandies, etc., Bliss Coffee per pound . . ... .. .. ........................ .27 ct
What Gaffney really did when he taxed the 1 packages Quaker Corn Flakes for ... .. .. ..................... .. .25cI
heard the Feds $50,000 annually were to $14,478,477.94; tobacco, $29,266.14; 3 I packages Kelloggs Corn Flakes for .. ... .. ................... .. . 25c *
DEPOTBUTTER were coming was to extent of $4,098,073.45. Next in line Porto Rican products, $7,756.40. 2! packages Shredded Wheat for.... .. ............................. .. .25c;
send them this message: --- 2! packages Grape Nuts for . ... .. .. ....................... .25e
"When you come to Boston, comeas ZELLWOOD ITEMS Mothers Oats and National Oats, each, package ............ ... .. .h.. .9c
my guests." Specials for Satur- Welches Grape Juice, quart for .. .............. ........ ...........40c
Welches Grape Juice, pint for ..................................... .22c
The message astonished the Feds- Zellwood, Fla., Aug. .-:Miss Ruth and Armours Grape Juice, pint for ..... ..... .. .. .. .. .... ... ......... 20e
MILK but they accepted the invitation. day MondayBest Armours Grape Juice quart Cor.................................... .35cr. ;
Gaffney placed the best box in the Merrill, of Plymouth, is spending a Gallons Coal Oil for . ............ ... .. ........ .. .. ...60c
Fresh Every Day.5c. their few days with Mrs. William Edwardsat
at He
park disposal. showed
glass Ask for our prices on Feed. Our prices are the lowest.
per those Feds and her home on the Laughlin estate. '
every courtesy, even Patent Flour- Visit our store tomorrow and see our display of fresh Vegetables.
25c. per gallon went out of his to do it. I Mr. L. H. Manning returned last
And when Gaffney way was told that Thursday from a trip to his old home 12 pound sack for __________50c Give us your order early so that we may have time to deliver it.

CREAM AND MILK some of his National League associates at Sheffield, Ala., where he was called 24 pound sack for _________$1.00 l

BUTTER didn't like his action, Gaffney I on business. 7 packages of 5c. size Toilet Forage

Fresh Homemade I almost duplicated the remark that I :Mrs. J. S. Gardner spent a few days Paper for --_______________25c Grocery Company a

I Lannin made some months before, last week at Fairvilla, visiting friends Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2 TELEPHONE 638SAVE

SANDWICHES I when he said: and relatives. She reports a very enjoyable pounds for --_______________25c
"I visit indeed. Tomato Catsup, 25c size for ____20eImporfed
PIES AND CAJESARCADE see no reason why I shouldn'ttreat
my baseball rivals as I do my :Mr. T. P. Walker, a former princi- Lemons per dozen_____20c IIIIMIMilllllMIMMMMIMMiMIMilHIMIMIHM

rivals in my private business of con- pal of the Zellwood school, is visiting Scratch Feed, Grits and Meal,

9 pounds for _____________
friends near here. :Mr. Walker has -- 25c I
tracting. Just because the Federalsare MONEY !5By
MilK DEPOT business enemies of my league is accepted the position as principal of Pure Ground Coffee, 5 Ibs for ____90c

no reason why I should treat themas the high school in Corinth, Miss., and Good White :Meat, per pound ___15c I .
pirates or brigands-and I won't goes to that place on leaving here. Ginger Ale, per dozen botties$1.25Grape trading with us. We are selling Groceries at the low-

treat them that way. Because the :Maj. J. O. Wright, Mr. and :Mrs. 1.1 Juice, per bottle, pints ___25c est possible prices.BARGAINS .

I quarts _____________50c
Feds are business enemies of mine I B. Vincent, and :Miss Marian Haynes -------- FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
shall fight them-but I'll fight fair spent the week-end at that delightful Irish Potatoes, per peck of 15
Get Behind and and according to business standard of I summer resort, Wekiwa Springs.On pounds for ---------________25c Self Rising Flour, 20 cent package . . . lOc t

I fighting. Personalities do not figure.. I last Sunday afternoon Zellwood 7 Packages Washing Powders, 5c Tomatoes, per can . . . . . . . .5c

And Gaffney and Lannin, f you'll}] : was well represented at Wekiwa size for --------?----_______25c Peas, 15 cent size . . . . . . . lOc

enjoy a really cool, dry, sweet remember, have been hit as hard by Springs, as, in addition to the above California Peaches, Pears, Plums, Roxane Cake Flour, package . . . . . 20c
party, three other parties motored out and Apricots, per can ________20c
smoke. The Wellington Pipe won'tboil the Feds as any magnates in organized Sunbeam Potato Flour, 2 packages . . . 25c
wont get foul baseball. The Feds took Pitcher there to enjoy the bathing and the I
breezes that to be Van Camp Tomato Soup, 3 cans . . . . 25c
Made In cool seem ever
Jack Quinn, outfielder Leslie Mann Honest
in sad AmericaCone and Infielder Charlie Deal from the presnt. Weights and Measures Stuffed Olives, per bottle . . . . . lOc

s pickyourls- Braves-and{ they forced Gaffney to Mrs. E. F. King and :Master J. W. Maraschino Cherries, per bottle . . . . lOc

*onte lhape.25e.35c.jOe... bid up high to geep his other stars. spent the day in Leesburg Tuesday. Mallo Icing . . . . . . . . 20c
Cash
Grocery Co.
up.V Joe Lannin was forced to pay Tris Green Seal Salad Dressing, 4 bottles . . . 25c

Speaker $16,500 annually for two BACK FROM CRUISEMr. Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. English Walnuts, per pound . . . . . 20c
years simply because the Feds wanted
Wright Salad Dressing, 35 cent size . .: . 20c ,
Tris and offered him
a huge bankroll.If : C. R. Carter and Gen. T. P.Lamkin .
it hadn't been for the Feds Ginger Ale, 15 cent bottle . . . . . .lie
Tris
,
returned to Orlando t
yesterday -
I Say Ai: probably would have signed for afternoon from Tampa where : 3 Wheat Flakes for . . . . . . . 2oc

$8000 or $9000. Clyde and Hugh hey went several days ago and embarked $3.00 3 cans Corn for . . . . . . . . 25c
I Bedient were Red Sox players until
:Mr. Carter's
You want to see this new on pleasure yacht
the Feds grabbed him. for a cruise in southern waters. They WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS
package Spider is introducing to All in all, through increased salaries '..
report a most enjoyable trip, having
I II Pablo Beach Our
Grocery Company
the market-its the swellest they have been forced to pay, or I visited the famous fishing grounds on
through the loss of players that would the West Coast where they made good AND
Two Phones 3 and 200
thing out in the way of little have brought a good sum of moneyon catches of the denizens of the deep. :

the auction block, Gaffney and Mr. McCarty, who was also in the Atlantic Beach 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. ;
Cigars. Lannin
each
have lost around $50,000
party> returned home Wednesday.E. .
because of the Feds. AND RETUR'September illMIMimilMIIIIIIMIMiMIIMillHtlillMttMCAREY
See him at.theGood t
And yet these men can forget this, '
G. Duckworth, proprietor of 4thVIA
can forget any ill that some of the
:merchandise houses in St. Petersburg .
Feds actions
might have created and I I *
and Bad stand the test of genuine sportsman- and Orlando, arrived this morning
from the latter city, accompanied by I
ship.
"Live and let live," is the Gaffney- his sons, Manley and Robert and Mr. Atlantic Coast Line HAND
Cigar StoreOrange Lannin motto-and they have follow Reingold. The party left Orlando last

ed its dictates. night at 8 o'clock in a machine and Standard Railroad of the South

Avenue From out of the babel of those lost their way because of a washedout For tickets or information call on FUNERAL DIRECTORAND I

the voices of Gaffney and Lannin bridge between Bartow and Lakeland Atlantic Coast Line Tcket Agent. i
have which caused them to make a I EMBALMER 1
arisen.
never They never have J. G. KIRKLAND
wide detour through the woods until :
befouled thq air, or besmirched 3 Division I
Passanger
Agent, Tampa.
they had hopelessly lost their bear-

$$2 St, AugustineAND sporting criticism have howled page of the"Joke"with Feds.a nor bitter"They They, vitrolic never can't ings.however Later, and they arrived found the here highway at 12, TICKETS LAR SOLD TRAINS.FOR ALL REGU- All calls answered Promptly Day .

o'clock St Limited to leave Jacksonville "
Last. today.- Petersburg Inde- 9.30 or Night. Hand Block. ..
pendent. September 7th.
Lannin and Gaffney have conducted p.m.

RETURNMONDASEPT. themselves as cleancut, honorable,dig- Orlando Florida. .
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nified and courteous business men- ,
and fandom doffs its hat and bows '.: 1 1I
6 PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457, t
low
and
sweepingly, because it
knows that those two Irishmen have 25 CENT DiscountFor

TUAtlantic honored the game they represent. 1

Oh, for a few more Gaffneys and

Lannins-for an effectual muffler on

Coast LineStandard those who aren't. the benefit of our customers -

STATION
AUTOYASIIING\
Railroad of the South EMPIRE HOTEL TWO YEARS LEASED FOR we will give a 25 t


The Empire hotel has been leased per cent cash discount on THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR 1

Special Train by J. B. :Magruder to C. L. Sewell of all goods sold during the

Ocala, and L. R. Bracken of Lakeland, REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic. i

LEAVES ORLANDO 2 P.:\1. for a period of two years.-orlando month of July and August. Known as "The Handy Man.
Tickets limited to September 8 Sentinel. Mr. Carl Sewell, one of the
new lessees of this 100-room Orlando ,

hotel, is a brother of Mrs. J. P. Gallo- WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma- I
Special train returning leavesSt. way of this city, and for some time
Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8. has made his home here. He was for- Hammond & Gore chine parts. Work guaranteed. I

merly with the Commercial
bank, but GASOLINE AND OIL
more recently has been connected FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Ctr. **. I
For Information Call on with the
Harrington Hall hotel. The
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. new lessees of the Empire will take Orange Avc. and church SL Orlando. Fla. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr .

r W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. possession of the same on September I {tt
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SIMPLICITY THE KEYNOTE IN GERMAN BATTALION ADOPTS BELGIAN RELIEF TWO BILLION
DEBUTANTE GOWNS RUSSIAN POUNDS
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1 h By Mary Glynn Berlin.-Rudolf von Koschuetzki, a New York.ome idea of the vol-
The ebutante dance frock may be war correspondent of the Berliner ume of food purchases and shipments
one of many things this fall, for there Tageblatt writes from the eastern made by the commissioner for reliefin
are numerous dainty fabrics that are front: Belgium during the summer
delightfully adaptable to this type of "The third battalion of the 169th months may be gained from figures I
gowai-Possibly Georgette crepe, chiffon German infantry regiment fought for presented by the current report of the i "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
pussy willow silk and satin are almost three days to capture a small commission. Including the grain and ,
j to be generally favored, and the trimming strongly fortified wood near Buczyni. foodstuffs sent from United States )
1 on these dainty affairs will vary I'Repeatedly the German troops were' ports alone the shipments have Unless Budded from A Bear-
t from dainty metal braids and laces, repulsed with heavy losses, but the I reached a total of 458,216 tons or i'
metal embroidery to ruffles and puffsof attack finally succeeded and the Rus- 1,026,403,840 pounds. These figures ,
the same material. sians were driven from their posi- it should be remembered do not in-j I ing Tree of Known Quality .
The dainty creation is fea- tions. After the wounded had been elude the cargoes sent from Canadianand
tured in pale blue Georgette crepe picked up one of the dogs of the am- other foreign ports which would and of Produc-
with full pleated skirt and simple; bulance detachment discovered a Rus- bring the aggregate up to, if it does Quantity
bodice with square neck and short sian soldier in a small cave at the not exceed 2,000,000,000 pounds, and
sleeves. Bands of goldenrod satin in foot of a MIL the approximate total cost is nearly tion.. -O. W. Conner
the same shade are stitched to the The Russian, a bright, blueeyedboy $80,000,000.From .
bottom of the skirt accentuating the of hardly more than fourteen the United States ports thus 1
fullness. A crushed satin girdle; a years had been struck by three bul- far, seventy-seven shiploads of food
suspender effect of the satin and nar- lets in the first hour of the battle. and clothing have been sent to Bel- ,.
row pipings afford smart trimming on Older comrades told him that all gium by the commission. During the 1 In -five years the Ockawaha: Nurseries through actual dem- I
the bodice.. Satin slippers with a wounded prisoners were invariably winter and spring the requirements of onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave I
dainty button ornament and a large murdered by the German soldiers. So Belgium to feed its population of
brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection i
he into the to die there. ration of
ostrich fan are details of note. crept cave 7,000,000 on a per capita
I The pretty pale-faced boy with his ten ounces a day, which is about one- does pay. The United States Government experiments made by t

CHINESE STUDENTS MEET I big pleading blue eyes captured the third of a soldier's rationnecessitated Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were re- ,
hearts of the German warriors. He I the sending of a shipload of cently published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to .'

:Middletown, Conn./Aug. 27.-The was carefully carried to the nearest food every forty-eight hours. the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propaga-
field hospital where he quickly recov-
eleventh annual conference of the ted from a parent of true merit.
ered. While he was in the hospitalsome THE SCANDAL MONGER
Eastern I
Section of the Chinese Stu-
dents' Alliance will begin here at of his captors visited him every To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
Wesleyan University this evening and day to hear him tell of his adventuresin Every small town has a quota of a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
broken German. He gave his name' and scandal al- ,
,
continue until September 3. gossipers mongers been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con- ..
Alexis Radotschin and is nativeof
as a on the alert for a bit of "news"they
ways
Almost every student from Cathayin Petrograd. vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr. t
institutions east of the Mississippiis can pervert and twist into a delectable -
here. Chinese foreign politics led When he was discharged from the morsel. With ears strained Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source, .
among them as a topic for discussion hospital the battalion practically they sit or stand around endeavoringto Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
today and there was also much excited adopted him. He was not sent to Ger- catch fragments of private conversation rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
talk about the plan of President many, but accompanied the battalion from which they can weave I
Yuan Shih Kai to turn China into an further into Poland. In case of a the cloth to combine with their inventive You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so S
empire. sudden retreat the German soldiers genius and manufacture a great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma j
would sooner give up their guns and "story" to circulate. The devil is a bearing tree in hundred-acre and not
This evening addresses will be delivered our own grove, a single I
by T. L. Dunn conference baggage wagons than their little"pris-I saint compared with such people.- bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
oner, who has become their pet.
Avon Park Facts.
chairnv ;; Z. T. Nyi, section chair-
man; ?sident W. A. Shanklin of CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your ;
Wesley ,' University, and Clifford B. A WOMAN'S STRUGGLE TO BE. RANGERS IN ARMS grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address I
S. Wile l lieutenant governor of this LIEVE IN HER HUSBANDThe London.-Sixty-one thousand mem- ,
bers of the secret of Forestersare
ti state. society
picturization of Wm. J. Hurl-
known to have joined the British
but's famous modern American dra-
KAISER PAYING $1,000 PER TON ma, "The Fighting Hope in which army, the chief ranger announces, Ocklawaha Nurseries
and it is the number reaches .
thought
FOR COPPER
Laura Hope Crews makes her first
appearance as a photodramatic star 100,000. 0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida ,
Berlin.-Over $1,000 per ton is now under the management of Jesse Lasky t
OR
being paid by the German govern and David Belasco, tells the story ofa Guests registering at the San Juan a
ment to householders and others who heroic woman's struggle to believein hotel yesterday included D. J. Rosen-
G. G. Wright Agent !
bring copper objects to the metal collecting her husband who has been con- wald, New York; W. Detwiler, Lake- ,
depots. This compares witha victed for robbing the bank that employed land; J. H. Kirkland, Frank G. Gra-
8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
price of $350 per ton recently quotedon him. With all the evidence ham, H. B. Butchener, Tampa; C. W.
the London market for copper in against him, she still holds to her Cohen New Orleans; W. R. Hodgson ,
bulk.The faith in his innocence until she is Gainesville; S. M. Fouldlander,
prices fixed for the various finally confronted by the "other wo Milwaukee; H. T. Howard T. R. Cline, r
metals which the government has man" for whom the crime was com- R. E. Larramore, Jacksonville; Griggs I
asked citizens to contribute are as mitted.At Walker, St. Petersburg; J. K. Dick-
follows: Copper $1 per kilo (two and the Grand yesterday.Get son, Ocala; Cornelius Christiancy, Al-
one-fifth pounds); brass seventyfivecents landale; W. A. Lightfoot, Atlanta;
; nickel $3.75. the news In tbe Sentinel first. Herman Hicks, East Coast.

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THE DAILY LETTERS TO THE SENTINELThe daring than the rest offers 15 pounds : One of Orlando's most potent assetsis

for a peck! He has evidently been the public schools which will
South Florida Sentinel Sunday Closing Question reading the laws of Florida which say open
September 27. Many Northern win-
that shall fine and
a man pay a heavy
Editor of the Sentinel-The last
MORNING AND WEEKLY ter residents this in
suffer imprisonment who does not come tot city
.. I:. GLENN .....................EaiUr word on this question has not been give a customer 60 pounds of
W. C. ESSINGTON ....Bailncw Manager said. It will not be soon. Some for bushel. pota- preference to others primarily because .1'
things have been said and written, toes a their children are able to receive -
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida which it were better had not been. There -are many things we buy
excellent public school facilities.
u Second ClaM MaU flatter. where it is not safe to depend on our
Good differ in their views.
people
own judgment. Continued excellence of the
Good desire what is good. public :
only
people BARGAINSI
SUBSCRIPTION RATES There are only seven diamonds in schools winter residents.
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 They have different ways of express- one hundred that are perfect-flaws, means more
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 ing that desire, and sometimes are feathers, off color bad and
Daily. I Month .................eo... 1.25 unfortunate in the methods they em- shape
Daily. 1 Month ........,.............. CO many other imperfections. We have
ploy.Orlando seen a one carat stone that was val-
Weekly. 1 Year ,..................... ILOO'ALL is a good town; it was a ued at $1,000. and we have bought I The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's r
good town before this local controversy -
them as low $15 carat.
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN as a
It will be
town
good
began. a
ADVANCETO Pure gold is 24 karat fine
; your
after the and have '
tempest temper
ring marked 14k. is little half
a over FOR
ADVERTISERS: subsided. The good Christian women,
gold. A carat in diamonds is the
Select Boarding and Day
our wives, mothers, daughters, who
Copy t.r display aad all other hand-eel in the interest of law-abid- weight (about 4 grains), while in School for Girls j
quiet
Adrertiiinc matt be handed in at the bnsinewoffice a gold it means the cent. of
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. at. ing Sabbath have seen fit to invoke per pure 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
Kit day before publication. This tale applies the enforcement of our civil statutesas gold.The Primary, Intermediate and Academic
t. chance for contract advertising; it itJITruble they relate to Sunday laws, have Waltham Watch company, who .
and will be strictly' adhered to. have made about 20,000,000 watches Grades
raised a tempest. They are not our
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued enemies. They are not enemies of alike make in many grades that are much Also' Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
should notify the office in writing on our fair city. They are as jealous of general appearance. One Culture and Domestic Science. a1uray hoppers
costs the
the date of expiration otherwise it will be its purtiy and progress as the most $18.50 ( movement), one
continued at the regular subscription. rates, "wide etc." $8.50, another $5.08; all have 17 jew- For Catalogues address the Rector,
until notice to atop u received. open els, and few except a jeweler could
Telephone Namh-r ..............."..... 2SATURDAY / All of our civil laws, as they have tell the difference. Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M.,
moral bearing or relate to moral Orlando, Fit.
AUGUST 28, 191,1.It's I questions, are based on the plain fun- e. Cases, gold filled, cost_$2 to $9 each. .
De sale
it would a bet that any jew-
damental teachings of God's word.
eler in Orlando would sell
From this source of Divine Authoritywe you a
a long, long way to Petro grad.o learn that one day of each seven watch, same quality as cheap as any --FIELD'S
hardware in .
store
was set apart, and its observance en- Chicago.If
joined. There is in the Divipe you want to buy watches, diamonds Apron GinghamsIn
"None preaches better than the ant, omy, and in man's make-up an abund-econ- jewelry, or anything you do

and she says nothing.-Franklin. ant the justification state, recognizing for such injunction.So in Divine. not, always know as trade much with about a as man the estab-dealer black and white, blue and white, green and white, red I

o law its own incorporates lished in business in your home town, and white checks, regular 8c. quality i
supreme authority, -
funnels for German submarines
Dummy for he has
a reputation at stake and CHOCOLATE
in its code of common laws
is the newest fall fashion. can not afford to have one dissatisfied
one which proscribes trafficking on customer. Saturday 10 yds for 59c
o the Lord's Day in those commodities VANILLA
Cotton as contraband will at least which are not classed among the ne i There may be a few things one can
have come by parcel post where there PEACH
cessities. This is wise and well. The I
fare no worse in the war area thanit will be small
abrogation of all law should come II a saving to send away i
does now.-New York World. only when a condition of society I for, but one will never lose much if CARAMELICE
a wherein each individual is a law unto they buy everything at home in Or- White Flaxon VoileOne
lando. C. II. W.Thanks .
and each the CREAMS.
Our Birmingham Barons are six himself respects rights
and privileges of other i -- -
games behind the New Orleans lead- reached. "The least every governed are,the i4 I of the most fashionable sheer fabrics this season; :

ers in the Southern League race. best governed," only, however, when New Editor Rochelle Sentinel-After, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1915. washes beautifully, regular 25c. and 35c values e
Saturday,
-o they are capable of self government.

All that is necessary to convinceone "Works permitted of and necessity sanctioned or of by mercy"the Mas-are August this address.28. please Expect discontinue to gladdenmy paperto CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c. Saturday 19c yard"Wunderhose" ;.

that Orlando is the choicest spoton ter of the World, who said: "The Sab- eyes once more with the sight of ,
earth is to come back after going bath was made for man and not man Orlando about September 7. Here'sone
for the Sabbath." for the Sentinel (but you must
away. Our state law is founded on this not use my name). More than one of i
o broad my New York friends preferred the CLUB SANDWICH 23c.
platform, and is hardly to be !
"Let us give less thought to our classed as "blue" or "puritanical." Sentinel war news even if a day old, Hosiery

ancestors and rrfbre thought to the Ice, water, milk, lights are human ne as they found it far more correct than
the great dailies who state news one
cessities. The distribution of such
kind of ancestors we are going to be." things is permitted and sanctioned by day only to contradict the next. Hur- The guaranteed make, in black and white and tan, all

-A suffrage speaker. our courts.' On the other hand, base- rah for the Sentinel Yours We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed sizes, in $1.00 boxes, 3 and 4 pair to a box.
0 ball, and certain other things purely truly,
for amusement and entertainment FRANK II. WILLIAMS. and Delivered for All
This is what a Lakeland man says 69c box :
Saturday
and
of Germany: ordinary trafficking are pro-
scribed, and the courts uphold the Gambling
To the Editor of the N. Y. Times: proscription. This is wise. Orlando, Aug. 26, 1915. Occasions
Germany is an infant in emotion, a The argument that this is a "tour- Editor Sentinel-The articles in
youth in passion, and a man in effi- ist town, and the tourists will quit us the Sentinel regarding Sunday clos-
ciency. J. B. ing have interested me, and I have
if we don't run wide open, is on
Lakeland' Fla., Aug. 21, 1915. with the same line of argument that par been thinking how inconsistent some New Golfine Corduroy
of the W. C. T. U. .
o :Miami saloonists put up. But the women really are.Isn't M
An Orlando man says he does not saloons went and the tourists came there a law against gam-|
bling? Still we see in the society
thicker and stayed longer. It's nota MCCRACKEN'Sj Cloth
understand how the St. Petersburg columns names of W. C. T. U. women t
fit argument to use, since if it is
E gas plant can be run at the price morally wrong to have a "wide open who attend card parties and play for ..
I
charged here for atificial gas. Yet town" it can not by any juggling of prizes.Of In white only, a beautiful quality-a destined favorite for

the plant can show a big surplus of words the grounds be made of possible right nor justified on money course, but they isn't do the not principle gamble the for 'When it comes to delicious light the coming season. A fabric that washes like cotton, but
monetary con-
receipts over expenses each month, siderations. He who would so insist, same? has the high class effect of wool. 36 inches wide. :
., even now, and in the winter season puts money above morals and gold MRS. A. W. MAYHEW. WAFFLESAND

the profit will be more than enough to above manhood. 75c
pay interest and sinking fund charges.St. The writer has no desire, no pur- "Dar ain't no use o' tryin' to git Special price

Petersburg Independent.Spain pose to go into a newspaper contro- credit for what you pretty near did," SYKUP
versy on this subject. These are dog said Uncle Eben. "Ef guessin' close
o days. It's too hot to fight; moreover,
:. is about as likely' to join in he is more than willing to let "Teddy"and was remunerative, most everybody THIS IS ONE OF OUR

the war at the instance of Germany Europe do it. However, he feels could git rich oWn hoss races."-E.M.
SPECIALS
that something may be said toTielp, Stetson, in The Editor. Turkish TowelsThe
it is
as to commit suicide. If there and at the request of several friends

were any strong inducement to temptit will speak Sunday night on the gen- o 15 centsCatering

the Spanish government knows that eral subject of Sabbath observance, Doctor Fate administered a neat well-known "Terry" weave, extra large size, heavy
and would be glad to have his friends dose of bromide to those Russians
very few British, French or Italian hear him. 25 cents each
when the Teutons defeated in weight, regular
ships would suffice to make an end of J. B. LEY. were To Those
Spanish and blockade the that gulf of Riga naval' battle.
commerce Saturday 18c each 2 for 35c
Trade in Orlando o ,
>
Spanish coasts. It is not credible that
i even Berlin diplomacy deludes itself There is no friendship in trade or An ad. in the Morning Sertinel is a Who Care
business. People trade where theycan safe investment.
.. _
with such wild
", any theories in regard buy the cheapest. We think very
to Spain.-New York World. little can be saved by sending out of

o town for anything.The .

ORANGE COUNTY HAS yard writer fence wanted, so wrote about to$35 Chicagofor worthof SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS Awning StripesWe

MUCH TO SHOW FOR prices of a certain kind deliveredat

.. $18.15 PER HEAD. Orlando; then went to a local dealer Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If have just received another shipment of these

,Y The per capita indebtedness of with the same pattern and found not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem- .
that a saving of over $3 could be extremely fashionable goods in black and white and blue
Florida counties published yesterday made by trading at home, and besides ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS.

in the Sentinel is interesting. Orange the man came up with stretcher witha OUR IRISH POTATOESare I and white, with self colored silk stripe.

: county's per capita indebtedness is man to operate it. here waiting for Prices right.
A department store in Astoria, Ore- you.; 25c and 350
r $18.15. Dade, Duval, Escambia, :Man- gon, found that many were sending Have you tried our' PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE I Specially priced

; atee, :Monroe, Palm Beach, Polk, Put- to Chicago for guns and rifles and ? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow-

: nam, and St. Lucie counties exceed paying $2.75 express on each gun. ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit purchaser -
,
The ..
got a Sears-Roebuck -
manager '
this county's per capita indebtedness. 25c.
ad. p p55K5ges-and: :
catalogue, put an in the paper:
;: The figures for Hillsborough and
"Buy rifles and
your guns everything
Pinellas counties have not been deter- in our line right here at home at the Orlando Seed & Produce Co. r

mined, but will very likely exceed this same price you pay in Chicago and Shepherd Checks .
'.' county's figures. The point is this: save express charges. Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.
Did
j you ever see Irish potatoes ad-
Of all counties in the state which vertised for 25c. a peck before in Or- PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY 45 inches wide, half wool, in black and white and navy

can show more for the amount of indebtedness lando? One of our 49 grocers more
and white checkings, will wash splendidly.
than Orange county?

PROUD WAR LORD o Specially priced for Satd'y 59c ydAIatch


BENDS The assurances HIS KNEE.that the German A. Race A Race !

government will treat the Arabic

question as the Lusitania, Gulflight,

Falaba, Lelanaw and other cases To See How Far Your

should have been treated, comes at a \

time United when States business will men be encouragedto throughoutthe $ 's Will Get You!


make new ventures, and to enter our ad of tomorrow 'twill be of
upon commercial undertakings involving ,

large capital and giving thou- From now on they will get you farther here vital interest to you!

sands With of the men continued employment.' effrontery of than anywhere in town, if you will give them the

the German government that stabilityof

conditions which all classes desiredwas chance.We

next to note to impossible.that Germany It is has gratifying at- will take care of your wants today at .low-

last come to the realization that the
est prices forFeeds
great rank and file of Americansmust t


If Germany be satisfied.is wise she will no Groceries and ProvisionsCall Dickson-Ives CO

longer tamper with the rights of the

United States, the most powerful' remaining us. Phone 447. At your service. Haven't

neutral country. This coun-

; try has endured insults upon insults time to quote prices but they are right.
,
;
from Germany which any other na- .DEPARTMENT STORE.
tion but America would have resented :

;; by force of arms. Now that Ger- ... ..

many, through Count von Bernstorff, The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.
has signified her intention to do the

f square thing a better understanding S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

-= and friendlier relations are expected I .

r : to be established.

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t f1vj .

MRS. DUNN ENTERTAINS hardly $30,000. Her lawyer told the

BACHELOR GIRLS. court that Mrs. Barclay, like many
Mrs. Dunn delightfully entertainedthe other social leaders, had entrusted her
GRANDTO
Bachelor Girls and one table of business affairs to agents and ser-
guests at the New Lucerne. Mrs. vants. The agents paid exorbitant
Hal Beardall won the guest's prizez, bonuses for loans and made unbusi-
and Miss Guilda IIappersett won the nesslike concessions to tenants. She

club prize, both being card table cov- inherited her fortune from her first
DAY
ers. Refreshments were served consisting husband, Augustus B. Prentice.

of tuna fish salad, nut bread, ( ai I sv .
olives, iced tea, stuffed dates, and : EVERYBODY WILL BE HAPPY
Economy mints. WHEN SUNDAY CLOSING ." '.?" .. ,f ...,,. .""' ,........ .. .Q FRIENDSHIP LINKS Q

The guests were Misses Alma DeLaney LAW IS SETTLED "JANET OF THE CHORUS"A
Guilda Happersett, Elizabeth Every girl should nave one of these Bracelets, each
Branham, Sarah Slemons, Roberta (Continued from page 1)) Vitagraph special feature in I link from a different friend.

Branch, and Mesdames Lewis Hewett, a-tetes may be conducted over the two
parts, featuring Norma Tal- 25c. including engraving.
Gordon Wright, Leland Fort, Ralph 'phone as usual; that arrangements
in upkeep and Yearby, Dave Rogers, Hal Beardal0 !. for little motor trips may be made; madge, VanDyke Brooke andS.

that friends inquire how so andso
may Rankin Drew.A ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
gasoline con- MISS CATHERINE PARK is standing the warm weather, etc., ,

ENTERTAINS.Miss etc.In clever picture with a cast. Ib .dJ
sumption are Catherine Park entertained addition to the list of Orlando OJ-

yesterday at a morning party, at her business men who stated through the .
home on North Orange avenue, in Sentinel that they would close tomor-
items to be con- honor of Miss Kit Davis, of Ocala, row the names of Field & Co. and If quality for a low price is an object
who is the guest of Miss Ruth Ley. McCracken's should be added, they THE GIRL ON THE TRESTLE yy & our wall papers will win your favor.
For the next 30 days we will offer for
sidered in buy- The guests spent the morning sew- having agreed to shut up tight until Another of those good railroad Ii sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
ing and chatting. During the course something definite was arrived at. from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
of the occasion ice cream and cake The exact state of affairs yester- dramas, featuring Helen Holmes time to buy, and do your papering
ing a car. when you get ready.
were served. day was not known to any one partic-
I Those who enjoyed the ular individual. There seemed to b We also carry a full line of High-
The in party were e Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
upkeep
the Misses Kit Davis, Jane Gardner, considerable confusion. Nobody felt ; i We invite you to call and inspectour
Ruth Ley, Maud Pugh, Lois Pedrick, exactly safe to say or to do anything "THE MYSTERY OF DEATH"An .ir S,! stock.Orlando.

the DODGE is Elmina Gould, Fannie Taylor, Lucile I because they were not sure whether Essanay Drama. B
rj Lucius, Frena Frey, and Catherine they would fall into the clutches of .

lessened a great Park. :the law. ( Paint & Wall Paper O
--0- The excursion advertisement in the
205 S. Orange Avenue
SOCIETY NOTESOF Sentinel by theDann Transfer com t -
deal by the very INTEREST.Miss pany, to Daytona Beach, $2 for the JUST NATURALLY THE COLEMAN & RHAN Pnone 261

Rosina Jacocks, with her cou- round trip, cars starting at 6 o'clock BEST BILL IN THE CITY
reasonableprice sins, Judge and Mrs. Mullen, of Pe- Sunday morning, was cancelled. The 11..1..111'1..11..11..111111'11.1'.11111. '
tersburg, Pa., have spent a most delightful transfer company did not wish to take
for parts as month at Greenlee Cottage, any chances in violating a law which
you
Virginia Beach, and Hotel Chamberlin might be I
punishable
by a severe fine. I The New Ice
5 cents 10 cents Company
will note Old Point Comfort, and they are It was also stated that the Sundaylaw I jj .
by a
now in the mountains, dividing the had bobbed up in the past and II
time between the Allegham Inn, Go- that the excitement would settle down I PHONE 675
study of the fol- shen, Va., and The Homestead, at Hot within a short time; that complete

Springs, where they will also spend a understanding between various groups
lowing prices: month. would reach a normal plane; that Delivery DailyWait
there would be no bloodshed of anv
WOMENIN sort, and that the militia would not
THE NEWS.Washington be necessary to quell' any disorder. for our wagon. We think

Piston $1.60 D. C.-Women's spherein Many citizens and many businessmen
will like ice.
affairs of state extends into one of whose names are by-words .you our

Piston Rings .25 the most important offices of the gov- throughout the length and breadth of ROOf GARDEN(
ernment. Especially important at the the state resented the uncalled for
present day is the library of the state and undue publicity which had been
ConnectingRod department, where are kept the trea- given to the issue. They asserted The New Ice Company jjMliMtitilllillliHMMMMIfllllltMlillllMIMlM

ties, records and valuable data that that Orlando, which had a reputationfor

Bearing .75 determine the Amercian policy in sticking together and battling fora '
world affairs. :Miss Lucy Stuart Fitz- cause with a united body of boost- TODAY .:

Fan Belt .25 hugh, who has catalogued and classi- ing citizens, would be placed in the -
fied the library, is the expert clerkof wrong light throughout Florida.
the library, and cares for its pre- .11111.1111..II.ttl.IIII..II..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III.
Drive Pinion 2.50
cious documents. She takes the placeof WILL PREACH HERE SUNDAYRev. Z
THE BOMB THROWER"A
the honored "keeper of the rolls," -..
who ranks as a high dignitary in for- A. M. Chisholm, pastor of the feature in three parts.
eign governments. "We have here a Christian church of Kissimmee, will : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL '
And the great many publications and docu- preach at the Alliance Hall Sunday

ments which are to be found nowhere morning, the 29th, at 11 o'clock. All f
else in the world" she says. "Amongour members of the Christian church, and

Car Itself most precious documents are the visitors, are cordially invited to at- "AMATEUR NIGHT"A t.I ._._ .
Declaration of Independence and the tend. Mr. Chisholm has been pastorof one reel comedy. Very fine.
Constitution of the United States in the church in Kissimmee for five

the originals, with the articles of con- years and over and has a great interest -
seems 'like a federation, the emancipation procla- in the developments of the
mation, and other papers vital to our Christian church in this section of the The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN': CURTIS & O'NEAL

thing of life, country's history. :Miss Fitzhugh is state. The One-Price Theater
a ,Kentucky girl. She taught schoolin
abounding invitality' Pennsylvania, Georgia and Michi- ADDITIONAL LOCALS Insurance Loans Real Estate
i gan, and won her present office I
through the civil service. Dr. Eugene Mrs. Harry Root, who has been vis- Rentals .
trigger- Wambaugh, of Harvard, who was spe- iting her grandmother, Mrs. W. B. Dress pattern given away at 9 .: 3,

cial counsel for the state departmentwhen Lynch, and sister, Mrs. C. E. Lar- o'clock tonight. <;
swift in the glid- the European war broke out, tigue, at their home on the corner of ,

remarked that the government had at Boone and Irvine streets, returned to .a "

ing get-away least one employe well placed. She Plant City Thursday evening.Mr. .II {
.
,
.
translates foreign languages, and "
and knows the contents of treaties like a H. C. Bretney, Florida passen- 10 cents Scents :. .
4 splendidlyfree a
book. ger agent of the Louisville &: Nash- II
ville railroad .. ESTABLISHED 1886
-0London.Happiness- I with headquarters in
from the has come at Jacksonville, was among the wen .. a

last to a beautiful English girl, who known transportation men spending "The Jngrate," Monday, in three : I... '.
slightest jerk, or was the widow of George Joseph yesterday in Orlando. Of .
Smith, the famous "brides in bath" << parts. IMMIIItllllllllMMtilHIIIIIIMIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIt

jump or jolt. murderer, who was hanged at Maid- Mrs. L. G. Starbuck, William A. a ,
stone prison two weeks ago. It is a Doan and Miss Silvia Killings, of Or- ..
romance of America, for she has mar- lando, are registered at the DaytonaInn. ..
ried the man whom she met in far [ They are regular summer guestsat ..

away British Columbia, whither she i this popular hostelry.Daytonaitem ,

$850. 00 had oline gone Beatrice to drown Thornhill her sorrows.married Car- New Smyrna News. Melts in Your Mouth

.t Smith, who was known as Love. She TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
escaped the death in the bathtub that -

was the fate of three other brides of RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
DAILY BULLETIN a
In OrlandoPhillips Smith. But she was deserted and hour 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc

ieart-brokenf only 17. Out to the
new world she bravely set forth to GUAVAS WANTED-By the bushel.
PEACH A
Orlando Seed and Produce com.
start life anew. At New Westminster
pany. Phone 166. 8-28-2tc VANILLA
B. c., she met Thomas J. Davies. .
now a member of the Royal Engi- LOST-Crooked handle umbrella' with SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL
neers. They fell in love, and planned gold knob on the end and initials PINEAPPLE
J. F. M. on the name plate. Was left Lemon Ice Grape-Ice
I. W. I their wedding, which was to take McElroy's soda fountain last Tues- PISTACHIO ...
I.place when the deserted bride was day evening. Finde- will please re- CHERRY i,
reed by the hangman's rope. On turn and get reward. J. Fx :McKinnon. CARAMEL
Friday, August 13, Smith went to the 8-"_8-3t. .
gallows, and on the following day his -. -.
,
pretty widow was married in Christ W e deliver from one quart upHand's ,
*""*"*"*
; Leicester. Among those who FavoriteTODAY'S
attended was the bridegroom's father,
George Davies, who had travelled
across a continent and an ocean to be PROGRAM
& American. "One Summer's Se-
present. quel. A society drama in two Pure Ice CreamPhone
--
parts. Featuring Ed. Coxen and Win-
ifred Greenwood.
New York.-Mrs. Maud Brevoort r
Majestic. "The Song of thi ".
Barclay, who was once known as the A drama. ,j
Sons ix-Million-Dollar: widow, is bankrupt. Keystone Comedy. "Gussie's Back- 566 and 666
Her[ vast fortune, which was represented ward Way. Featuring Sid ChaplinCharlie's
in real ( brother).
estate has
disappeared,
Four good reels of Mutual movies.
and her present holdings are worth Five cents to all. -

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THE MIDWINTER SUBTROPICALFAIR GO SEE IT ENGLISH TONGUE ENRICHED
j AN UNSOLICITED LETTER

The trucking operations in our I London.-The war has enriched the

'- Want to compliment you for If there is any one thing that we, county are of the greatest interest English tongue. Among the new FOR SALEWill
work have done Floridians deficient in it is and importance, as everybody knows,
J the excellent you as are words listed by a London newspaper
r" for me. preparedness.The and certain sections are necessarily are slacker, strafe, respirator, con-I
E Have been coming to Florida lack of being prepared is the called to mind whenever such sub- ductress, curtain of fire, bombed,

i for 30 years and have had work reason for the prolongation of the jects are mentioned, thus holding the gassed, submarined, dug out U-boat,I offer for sale for few
a days
r done from Jacksonville to Key present European war. Whether stage. war plane, and Anzac (AustralianNew -
West, St. Augustine to Pensacola viewed from either side of the par- I There need be no injustice done, Zealand Army). the
: and! I can truthfully say I ties to the conflict the fact remains, I however, by reminding readers of the property corner Orange Avenue,

f have never had such excellent on the one hand Germany alone seemsto I gardens at the south end of Lake Jackson and Boone Streets known '
work done for me, as you have have prepared down to the minut- Fairview, and by mentioning that various as

done. The proprietors of the est detail. large and successful crops were A. B. Cook & Co. the skating rink property, for $26,000.
laundries of Jacksonville and Her associates were not as thor- grown there during the past season.
else their combined Everything is nearly in trim again 30 Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
Tampa, not to speak of smaller oughly prepared $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
, for the next plantings, but the dry
places, can come to your place armies would soon conquer the allies
. and learn how to do work. The and the war would end. cornstalks are now occupying ground and interest at six per cent.
! people of Orlando can justly feel Likewise the allies were no better that is soon to be devoted to other
proud of their Steam Laundry. prepared-perhaps the nearest to it uses, and in order to promote such arrangements Dealers in Real Estate, In-

(Name on application.) was Great Britain's navy, but she Mr. Dempsey has sent vestments and Business Oppor-
was deficient in every other respect; down from Georgia one of the stalk tunities.
l hence a year has passed and the tug cutters, such as are used in his home C.A.HOVEYThe

f- Orlando of war still goes on. neighborhood, though only half the

Had the allies been at all prepared, usual size. REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS
the retreat of the German army from If any grower in the county is both-
: Steam LaundryFRENCH Paris would have been followed up to ered to get rid of cornstalks he had

DRY CLEANERS a speedy termination of the war. better go out and see the lively way LOANS :
LAUNDERERS Do you get me? this cutter disposes of them. It cer- I
, Florida is so prodigal of her pro- tainly does crush them down and chop MORTGAGES

PHONE 88 ducts, so prolific in her resources, so them up into hash for plowing under.It BANK STOCKS market

tropically rapid in her growth of almost will be in use on Friday and TIMBER

every conceivable crop, agricul- maybe part of Saturday. Do go see OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
It; it is so simple and so sure, be- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -
FOR SALE! tural and horticultural that our peapie OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
are as easy in mind concerningthe sides being new to most of our growers. OF ALL KINDS.
SCREENS WHAT AM FRESH AND SALT MEATS
:
future as the European war nations .
{ SCREENS were, having faith that it will CHAS. H. BAKER, -- ----- -- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. come out all right, easy enough in County Agricultural Advisor. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

John W. Pounds, Agent the end. and pure.
Box 703 Now, as we must confess that thisis I GOLD PLENTY IN FRANCE What do you We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
a fact in general, let us apply it everything in the Meat Line.
; specifically.Our >1> hope for in a t
Paris.-Gold continues to flow into
s Midwinter Fair exhibits are, H.PHONE 1\4 C.: Self & Co.
the rate of 90- .
the Bank of France at
varnish?
for the most part, gotten together ina
Dr.GlParrisyM Gof hurry. Nearly everybody waits un- 000,000 francs a week. Two and a NO. 80 PINE STREET

til the time is near at hand and thenwe half million francs have been received
-
the firm of Drs. Parrish & rush, and as good as the fairs I thus far from the reconquered part of

Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located have been, they could have been bet- Alsace. HE'Alm

; t indefinitely at Lumsden's ter if the date of preparation had I' The new franc bonds put on sale September Victor RecordsYOU
been six months earlier. Monday have stimulated investmentfor OV
Stable, on West Church Street.
This article is intended mostly for loans by the working classes and OUGHT TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING:

i. The Doctor is a graduate vet- the farmer. This is the time to select started a flood of letters from chil- iRb4fLlSffEi "Booster Fox Trot" and l

erinarian. A trial will convinceyou the finest corn, the best squash dren who wished to invest their sav- "Glad Rags One-Step" By the Victor Military Band.

of his superiority over the pumpkin, peas, beans, Kaffir corn, ings. "La Paloma," (Saxaphone Sextette) by Six Brown Brothers. .

uneducated horse doctor. Examinations millet, grasses, fodder, etc., and a lit- Deposits, exchanges and bond pur- "Mrs. Rastus At The Telephone," By Ralph Bingham.
made free of chargeat tle later the finest roots of cassava, chases have enabled the Bank of "Old Black Joe," By Alma Gluck, with Male Chorus.
potatoes sugar cane etc. France to send 200,000,000 francs in Two new Hawaiian Songs by Toots Paka Troupe.
the stable. In competitive exhibits, whetheron gold to England this week without a Also many other extra fine records. Come and listen.
Calls answered by day or the part of individuals, sections, or fraction of the market reaction that When you buy varnish for your
floors you hope that it will improvethe W. S. BRANCH
night. counties preparation in the matter of ordinarily would have resulted. appearance of those floors and ,
PHONE NO. 25 cultivation and selection must start I that it will be durable. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

ti .at the beginning- and be faithfully- I Unfortunately much that is sold for Exclusive Distributors of Victor Goods.
worked to the desired finish.If Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER floor varnish won't realize that hope

our farmers will kindly accept for you.Lawson'.
: this hint and determine a campaignof Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas SKATING RINK
a wonderful deep lustrous finish. It is
preparedness we shall have a won- easily applied because it works easily. It
ia unequalled for durability and will not
derful fair.DODGE scratch white. It dries absolutely dust- t
r BargainNew free in from five to seven hour and gets
hard in twenty-four hours.
BROTHERS' AUTO BEATS As for economy.Lustro has a covering LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -
EXPRESS TRAIN I Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" capacity that is wonderful. AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY *
of Lustro Elastic Floor
out
Try a case
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
!Telegram From Boston Dealer Who,
INSTRUCTORS.Open .
factory.Made
I I Drove Car Tells of Fast White : by Valentine & Co.

house, 8 rooms and bath.I Mountains Run HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP Manufacturers of 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Location perfect, 4 blocks from I News of a record-breaking trip VALSPAR and Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.ADMISSIN" .

center of city, east side. through the White mountains in ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST VALENAMELAll
which a Dodge Brothers motor car
For quick sale $3000. Cash or defeated the famous White Mountain ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. t 1.0 CENTSORLANDO

Newspaper has just been received -
express
terms. to be had at
by Dodge Brothers.C. .
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT .
S. Henshaw, Boston dealer,
I drove the car, and his telegram says Phone 204 STORE
CARL DAMNWANTED the 360-mile drive through the moun- Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. ROOFINGAND

'tains was made entirely on high gear. --
;
I The trip was made in 12 hours and 48 .)

minutes, or an average of 28 miles
SHEET METAL CO.
per hour.
The newspaper express is one of The Orlando Meat MarketT.

the fastest trains running out of Bos-
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
USEDFORDS ton, but the Dodge car reached Bret- A. YANCY, Jr., Manager ,
ton Woods, N. H., two hours ahead of
and Rubber
the limited in a driving rainstorm. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice RoofingsCornices
Later a heavy fog made fast going
dangerous.The Florida and Western Meats Skylights..HeaUng, Ventilating Metal Ceilings

trip takes in most of the steep

WE BUY AND PAY YOU SPOTCAH grades in the White mountains, including Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Works: 14 E. Church St. i ORLANDO
I the famous Tug-of-War hill,
and Out of Town Order
Special Attention to Hotel
Crawford Notch, and Franconia
I Notch. The average altitude in the
Business ((3* P. O. BOX 226
J mountains was 1,900 feet above sea PHONES \Residence (133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
I
level.
4' :
'. I An official observer from the
Bay
IF YOU NEED
State Automobile club accompaniedMr. Tops, packs, Cushions,
Henshaw on the trip. The car

was No. 213, one of the first cars Rollins College Winter Park Curt ins, Celluloids, Bows
MONEYAND turned out by Dodge Brothers. It ,
had previously been driven 12,000
Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy "I
miles. i, PAINTINGOrl
HAVE ONE FOR SALE Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business -
Teachers' Course.
COME RETURN FROM AUTO TRIP
Twelve buildings' steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium -
no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rowland and
music $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs chorus class. Supberbnew
son, Mr. Marshall Rowland, who left rooms ftr Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical do Top & Trimming Co.
See Mr. Hutton Orlando the middle of last month for and physical laboratories, equipped with very modern device; analysis of

an auto trip through Georgia and the soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering' Course. Lakes, Central Ave.I and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE, Mgr.
ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON I boating, swimming, golf, tennis football basketball; Christian but unde-
Carolinas, have returned, and report : nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
STREET a very enjoyable trip. address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla. J

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; ShingleORLA WANTS ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW I Worthington Blackman


I ATTORNEYATLAWPhone 617 .

The Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet I
Directory is the Greatest Want 'Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck a
Ad Medium in Orlando.Terms Phone 161
worth Building.
Cash in Adrance.

Cement, Agatile Plaster and Lime RATES

For One Day ___________-_25c<< FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLA'V
For Three Days ____________50c
For Six Days _______________75c DAVIS & GILES
For One Month -___________J2.50
This rate applies on all ads of Phone 172 i ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains -
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more than 25 words the rate I''
I will be Room 5, Watkins Block Phone 72 i
one cent per word for I I i
'' each additional word, for each in-
'I'I sertion. 1 1I' I Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
If can't bring ad to
I you your
I the office telephone No. 24. Accounts J. M. CHENEYATTORNEYATLAW I Davis & McNeill Block
i opened by telephone wil' be
payable' the following day.Every I' I
'I Victor Starbuck
Home-Every Cusiness-!! Phone 87 IJ I
f I Every Man has use for a J
Sentinel Want Ad. Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

Bldg.
Phone 161

I FOIL SALE No. 6V.. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
I R. RAY WHITEATTORNEYAT
I MULES FOR SALE
Pair nice mare mules in good condition LAW
suitable for farm or heavy haul-
ing weight about Room 44
; 1,000 pounds. Apply
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
Co., Orlando. Florida. 7-17-tfc Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
and CONTRACTORPhone
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
one quarter mile from city 'limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST 37
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
6-9-tf


All Ready for the PicnicMANY FOR RENT Phone 716

FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur- Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. Bldg
A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVERa Knox. 7-9-tf
37 Liberty St., New York N.Y.
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hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly
and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I WANTED SURVEYING ARCHITECT
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. WANTED-A house of from 6 to 12
rooms, modern, in Winter Park. Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building,Orlando,

\ New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS Fla.Will lease 15. Address for a year Box from A,Lake about 8-26-Gt Wales October -, PROMPT AND ACCURATE Florida.

WORK Member F. A. A.
COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.You .
BUYERS AND SELLERS
never have to offer the excuse "The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas I buy, sell rent, and exchange real HAL A. IRISH
Range. And then if you wish to close the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., ;
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. over 30 years. Have handled over I Civil Engineer
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla.
FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn I 1-i--
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO swings, and all kinds of carpenter ..
work, go to Tracy & Moore 18 East Phone 72
Church street. 7-25-1moc

GAS DEPARTMENT To reduce our stock as much as pos. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL .
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof '
25 per cent. off our regular cash OPTOMETRIST
at .. price on any goods in store. Hammond and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDA
& Gore. 6-5-tf
I WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
Umbrellas recovered and repaired I Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
"while you wait," at Young's Repair''
ORLANDO, FLA.
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Located RACKARD'S ia': the PRESSING Arcade BuildingAll CLUB I Economy InSpraying Cut Flowers ":


SOUTO APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ ly and done.our work prices Our guaranteed work are the is and the lowest.neat-best I I and Plants


FLORIDA This is the place to have your Floral Designs i
old clothes made new.
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Get the BEST spray- \

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit ing oil. Spray at the \
f pressed _____________40c. Violet Dell Florist.
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( All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- All Palm Beaches scrubbedand right time with the e

pressed ____________50c mixture.
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest :Mohair suits pressed ______25c. right J. U. CARUTHERS

prices. .... ..../ .... .... We do ladies'work also. Giveus Texaco Parafine Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. ,
a trial and be convinced. Cervus Oil
Clothes called for and delivered.

Tests 32 degrees Bamme
The rainy season is the best time to set Phone 613.You'll '

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep hear a man say "No, it CUNT BASSPHONE

one year's growth in advance of trees set doesn't to pay too me small to a advertise class of,as people.it appeals "- M. O. Dovell!! 375 .. .
And yet when the same man loses WestJdferson Street 1
next fall. his bunch of keys he rushes to the
newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although & Son Successor to .
he knows that in the whole
wide world there is only one person Hand Wood Company -;
who can possibly be influenced by his 106 Grace StreetPhone I >
for List andlowest
Send
today Catalog, Description "Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it?
Wood of All Kinds
prices, to the above address The hired girl has went-she was 283-2 Rings PROMPT SERVICE 's 1 i
hired, she was tired, she was fired; Our wagons are always -
but smile-you can get another by REASONABLE PRICE :
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". Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Edwards left
yesterday for Pittsburgh Pa., where \

I they will remain until fall.'


.. ..- Mr. H. M. Smith and son, Master
.. -= -
Sydney, were among the visitors to ,-
Travel in Panamaand Orlando yesterday from Plymouth. FOR EVERY

everywhere on American territofl/, 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 18-22-6tc
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare $10 A WEEKYOU
telf'Identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for Rev. J. B. Ley pastor of the First
business or pleasure. Methodist church of Orlando returned -

The State Bank of Orlando home yesterday from a visit to
friends .
relatives and in Tampa.Mr. SPEND

A. B. McNeice left yesterdayfor
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Jacksonville where he will spend
J.t a couple of days looking after busi-
ness matters.

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
8-2l-tf YOU SAVE

. Miss Mary Bayne who has been

visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Routh,
i! s -Li left Jacksonville.yesterday' afternoon for her homein $1 0 A YEAR .

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Mrs. Helen Bliss left yesterday afternoon -
over the Atlantic Coast Line
for Knoxville, Tenn., where she will


i ard.visit Get relatives your next and shave friends.at the 18-21-tf Stand- |IF J7 YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{


Miss Jettie McConn left this morning -
for Orlando,.called there by news
ip of> the severe sickness of her little
niece.-Ocala Star.


Mrs. C. F. Johnson left yesterday
morning over the Coast Line for The Peoples National Bank
Titusville where she was called by
the illness of her sister.


How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-l2-tf

:s: "ELDER" Spring Water Mrs. J. E. Laing returned to her

'. home in Sanford yesterday after a
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1---f' IS SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, nolia avenue. .

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: Mr. J. F. Watkins has arrived in

S Orlando from a lengthy visit to pointsin
Phone WRIGHT 444
. Mississippi and Louisiana. He reports -
rr a most enjoyable trip.
TRY Better TRY

IT BEST ITs Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. CarsHere
,i'e 18-18-tf New Studebaker

.. Mrs. Allan Cohoon and son, Master
Allan' have returned from DaytonaBeach
r where they spent several days .k
This Week
enjoying the delights at that resort.


Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and children -

left yesterday morning over the Wait and see what values can get
Atlantic Coast Line for White you

ySp Springs where they will spend several -
days. for $1050 and $885


.- Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
s c. you. 8-12-ti
Notice To Ford Purchasers
ti,, : Mrs. J. D. Barnes and children

Between 1 1914 who have been spending some time at
Aug. their former home in Wilson, N. C., :

{. and Aug. 1, 1915All noon.returned to Orlando yesterday after- San Juan Garage Company I .,:


Ford purchasers who hold Profit- Orlando-Daytona
Mrs. W. E. Long 212 West Church
Sharing Coupons will please endorse same street returned Wednesday evening DISTRIBUTORS .
and return immediately to The Ford from a two month's visit to relativesnd .

Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send friends in Georgia, Alabama and

I check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur-. West Florida.

L chased during above dates. Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. "MIIMIMM' .. \ . .... ..1.. .

I For further information, phone 1818tfMr.
John , , Illllt liiiMliMIMMtllllMIIIM
Cook of Orlando has recently "
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'.. rented through the agency of
:1'f; 32 East Church Street Phone 226 W. H. Courtney, the Coquina Lodge Who Will Be Your Executor?
which he will occupy for several
weeks.-Daytona Halifax Journal.

r. ..i t Seth Woodruff was over for the ANSWER NO. 2 .
week-end and Mrs. Woodruff materially impaired as a U-
m returned Your estate may be -
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-Cs : '.1tpt- '.. with him to their home in Orlando direct result of the appointment of an executor ,

; after several weeks stay at the Inn.- trustee. -ft esf : ...p,
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Daytona Smyrna News.
I When an individual is appointed Nri.
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t c .v st
f '*'*<-'-, Deposit your Savings Checks and The financial responsibility is generally weaker. +
1J wq let them earn 4 per cent interest for that the t '
in wills person
tt' jyr It is usually provided
/ou. 8-12-tf I
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.- nominated to serve a* executor shall be excused
'." ,' :.'' ": Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Jeffers returned from giving bonds. .
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\; last night to their home 214 East S I y
w ... When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense -
.
,. AUTHORITIES DIFFER Robinson after
avenue a delightfulvisit ti '
of the estate and then only partial secu-
to Niagara Falls and other I -
points of interest in the Empire State. rity against loss is provided. + J

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

'Is_:a certain period in the lives of most of us when our Mrs. Jones and family who have The positive advantage of strong financial re-
: been occupying the Walker
cottage on .
secured.A
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with : Hollywood avenue for the past two sponsibility is
behind it the entire financial
Diamonds. bond which has
months left Sunday for their return
: to strength of the Institution is always filed with
., A reliable diamond merchant: is the best sort of Orlando.-Daytona Halifax JournaL the Probate Court 8t wan CAFt to the estate. s '
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pilot to engage at this stage in life's game.May Answer No. 3 will appear m a subsequent issue
we pilot your matrimonial bark? : How much did you save last month of this newspaper. ti'
in cash or Savings Checks? 8-l2-tf
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.vlci : Mr. R. C. Ponder who has been : Come in any time and freely ask for further
:# : spending the past two months in the ;; information on this vitally important subject. f l i1 : V
: New England States, returned home j. You are always welcome, and our officers are ali -
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last evening. Mrs. Ponder who is in ways glad to advise.
E T. EVANS : New Haven Coniu will not return for

: ..: a month. -, i The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

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'.- J.m .';,. : Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still I Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00 -

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