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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 29, 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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THE MORNING SENTINEL





IE THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1915. NUMBER 171.


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MOMENTOUS DIPLOMATIC NEGOTIATIONSHAVE






FOR GOAL END OF EUROPEAN WARUNITED



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NOTABLE STATES DIPLOMATIC AND GERMANY NEGOTIATIONS NOW ENGAGED THE WORLD IN MOST GERMANY GROANS UNDER GOOD ROADS MEETING AT If AN [EMBARGO IS [ENFORCED[ :


HAS EVER SEEN-TREMENDOUS ISSUE IS IN- HEAVY DEBT lAKElAND SEPT 9

THE FREEDOM OF THE SEAS-SET- '
VOLVED,

TLEMENT OF THIS GRAVE PROBLEM INCOME OF EMPIRE WILL CENTRAL FLORIDA HIGHWAY CARRANZA TO SIEZEPORTS[ [

MAY WITNESS THE END OF ONLY PAY INTERESTON ASS'N PLANS BIG

THE WORLD WAR THE BONDS SESSIONL. .
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GUY EMPIE EN ROUTE TO WILL DRIVE VILLA INTO .
Success Of The Negotiations Rests With $19,000,000 in Gold for New P. Dickie, Secretary, in Open TAMPA AFTER HONEYMOON -
INTERIOR TO PREVENT
York BanksBroughtFrom Letter, Urges Public to

Great BritainStory London in Attend Lakeland LMPORTATIONS

Battleship Meeting Mr. Guy Empie manager of the

Tampa branch of the Western Union
IS STRONGER THAN WAS MADERO
of Diplomatic Negotiations Told Step by StepUnitedStates Amsterdam Holland via London, Tampa, Fla., Aug. 27, 1915. Telegraph company, is in Orlando,

to Act as "Common Friend" to Offer Suggestionsby Aug. 28.-The Berlin Vorwaertz, in To All 'Members: the guest of ttis relatives. He has

discussing the new German war loan, We want you to attend the quarterly returned from his honeymoon to Clio, First Chief Occupies Better Po-
Which Freedom of the Seas Might Be Obtained, where Mrs. is
of the Central Florida Michigan, Empie now
directs attention to what it characterizes meeting sition From Territorial and
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Germany Conceded-Germany Make as the alarming financial situa- Highway Association, which will be visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
held in Lakeland Thursday September G. W. Hurd. He will return to Tampa Military Point of View !
Disavowal ot Act and Render Reparation tion which Germany must face at the -
conclusion of the war. 9th; the meeting to be called to this evening. A. E. Lang, district Than Madero .I

in Arabic Case-Also Will "After the war," says the paper, order at 10* a. m., in the Auditorium, manager, with headquarters at Jacksonville .J

Settle Lusitania ."the imperial debt and pensions alone which has a seating capacity of sev- I is in the city for several Washington, Aug. 29.-Secretary :,

a $>C- will demand an expenditure of at eral thousand. We want to make days. Lansing said that the Pan-American J

Washington, Aug. 28.-The governments of the United States least two and a half billion marks this meeting the biggest thing of the :Mexican conference, which submit-

($625,000,000)), or a little less than kind ever held in the South. We had JOHN HAND'S NEW RESIDENCE ted peace proposals to the people of f
and engaged in diplomatic negotiations which
Germany are now ,
the united ordinary and extraordinaryand over four hundred delegates at the Mexico, will make another move soon, .i

because of the tremendous issue involved, may properly be regarded imperial expenditure for 1912. In meeting in Orlando, and, if possible, L. B. Long, contractor, has been but he declined to state what this ,}

as the most momentous of their kind in the history of the other words the income of the empire we want thousand- at Lakeland. awarded the contract for the con- move would be or when it would take j

world.. hitherto will only suffice to pay the Would like to see you come in your struction of John Hand's new $3,000 place. '4

The goal at which they are aiming and towards which they are interest on the national debt. For all automobile if possible, and bring a residence on Lakeview avenue, adjoin- From other sources, however, an -i

other expenses new sources of taxa- load of good roads enthusiasts with ing J. Y. Cheney's property on the 1 authoritative outline of the program i
preparing to make preliminary advances is nothing less thana
now
tion must be created. Whoever remembers you. Each member has a vote and north. The new residence will be a which is to be carried out has been ,

termination of the greatest war the world has ever seen. the taxation controversiesof the individual memberships are only handsome addition to Orlando and obtained, and this is as follows: ".!"'

The steps by which this situation. has developed are as follows: 1908 and 1909 can easily imagineinto $2 per year. I modern in every respect. I Conference; Will Reconvene. i

Germany Approves. what internal political difficul- If you are not aware of the fact, I j ..' "The conference will reconvene andit

First: The United States made ties the war is leading us." will state that as yet the central loopof was.officially announced that it has *-.

demands on Germany for satisfactionfor DE PALMA WINS SBIG RACE the Dixie highway through Florida A SUDDEN RESIGNATION received favorable replies from a ma- .

certain acts, reparation for the $18,000,000 in Gold i has not been designated, and neither I i jority of the leaders showing that the i

loss of American lives, and assur- Vanceboro, Me., Aug. 28.-The sec- has it been agreed upon by the two iI I majority of the people represented .

ances that in the future Germany Speed King Makes 100 Miles in ond large shipment this month of gold Florida commissioners, and the meeting Jos. Stewart, Second Assistant by their leaders, both civil and military

should conduct her submarine war- 93:312.5 at Kalamazoo, and securities from London to New atLakeland t will determine the Postmaster General, Quits; are anxious for peace. .

fare, so far as it affects Americans, Improving on Last York passed through here today on a routingof this highway, especiallywith Washington Postmaster By.the time the conference .meets a

in strict accordance with the recog- Year's Record special train. It was said here thatit respect to the route north of Gets Place reply will also be had from Carranza, -

nized international law. I consisted of bonds to the value of Gainesville;. whether it shall go west declining to enter into the peace con- i

Second: Germany's reply to this Kalamazoo, Mich.: Aug. 28.-Ralph $25,000,000 and $19,000,000 in gold. and north of Gainesville to Tallahassee Washinton Aug., 28.-Joseph Stew- vention, where the majority is against t..

was an attempt to justify her course I DePalma won Kalamazoo's second 100 I or north from Gaines jlle to Lake second assistant, him.
art
postmaster -
of conduct, but reserving to her a mile auto race here this afternoon in Brought in a Battleship i City. This is a most important sub- general Favorable Answers Received. W.

final statement of her position in an- I 93 minutes and 31 2-5 seconds this New York, Aug. 28.-Word was re- ject and we are all' vitally interested The resigned resignation today.is effective September Regardless_ _of .the. attitude'of' 'Car j

swer to this government's specific de time being a few seconds faster than ceived here today that another large in the final decision. Each member 1. ranza, the Latin-American conier-. ;

mands. She took pains however, to last year. shipment of gold from Great Britainwas will have a vote on this question and enee will advise the leaders who have }
Postmaster General Burleson
an-
recall to the attention of the United on its wty to New York from it is necessary that you as well as responded favorably that it is now de- .f
nounced that President Wilson has
States that she noted with satisfactionthis ORLANDO FOLKS IN NEW YORK Halifax, via Bangor, Me. Officers of your friends be there. Otto sirable to know when and where a

country's proposals made earlier the express, which will handle the This meeting will be held in the appointed Praeger postmasterat peace convention for Mexico will be 'J.
Washington to succeed Mr. Stew .
in the war, with a view of paving the :Mr. Walter Drennen, who is spend- shipment, admitted that the amountof largest city in Polk county. The art. 31.0. Chance chief clerk of the held.

r way to a modus vivendi between Ger- ing several days in New York city on gold is very large, but would not county that is now agitating a bond will become This peace convention will be 'at'G
posloffice department,
many and Great Britain for conduct business, has remembered several of 'state its value. It is understood that issue for a sum something like $1- tended only by Mexicans, aId if a :;

4 of maritime affairs.U. his Orlando friends with souvenir the money was brought from Englandto 000,000. You should lend your sup- postmaster a native of at Texas.STATEMENT Washington.. Praegeris provisional president is elected by the -r

S. Repeats Demands. post cards, picturing life in Gay Gotham. Halifax in a battleship. port by your presence in showing delegates he will have the assurance t

Third: The United States then repeated One day this week, several of Polk county citizens the interest in that immediate recognition will be I
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'\1 its original demands for a pro- the "home folks" met at Churchill's, LAKELAND MORNING STAR SUS- Florida for good roads; your pres- granted by this and other govern- {

tection of American lives and appar- on the corner of Broadway and Twen- PENDS PUBLICATION ence will make sentiment greater for OF MRS. WHIT- ments. }

ently taking the hint contained in the ty-ninth street, and enjoyed a "lunch- The Lakeland Morning Star an- the ultimate building of 200 miles of TENBERG Carranza May Be Outlawed. '' 1

German communication, suggested it eon." Among those present were: nounced editorially this morning thatit highway in Polk county. If Carranza refused to adhere to. :

in such a form that it might reason- Mr. and Mrs. James Laughlin III., would suspend publication, owingto Other highway matters will be S Friday night when I discovered this new government in the eyes of .l

ably be accepted as intended as an Miss Norma Gettier, E. G. Hauselt, the existence of "internal dissen- brought up and reports concerning: S that my little house was on fire I the United States, the LatinAmerican -

inducement that she would be glad to Lester Beeman A. Weathersbee F. sions." Application for a receiver- various recommended routes will be felt that my hard work was going republics and every governmentof --t
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act as a go-between for Germany and T. Scruggs, Walter Drennen, Henry ship was made by the stockholders I received. Some of the points to be up in smoke. The little I haveS Europe he would, if he continued .fj

Great Britain to obtain this under- Parramore, and Jenkins Dolive. about ten days ago, in which it was I brought up are the designating of cer- a is an effort t okeep and sustain. to fight, be considered an outlaw'

standing by which the character and alleged that serious dissensions and tain tributaries to the Dixie highway, a I was greatly disturbed and against the lawfully constituted government. "J

condition of war upon the seas mightbe BASEBALL RESULTS differences had arisen between R. B. the beautification of highways, the wrought up and said many things I
in this condition that I would otherwise
changed. Childs and W. K. Piner, that the busi- adoption or rejection of resolutions Carranza's position is that he is a ""

Fourth: The form by which this National League ness was being improperly and unprofitably favoring other interstate highways not have said. I do not representative of the government of .J.
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suggestion was made not being suffi- Pittsburgh 1-3, Brooklyn 2-0. conducted and was becom- that will be of national importance; S know that Mrs. McAlister set fire Mexico which has been duly established -

ciently definite for the German gov- Chicago 0, New York 2. ing greatly involved in debt, that the your city should be located on every i S to my house and therefore had no and he will deal with the

ernment, it made a reply which was Cincinnati 0, Boston 2. proprietors were indebted to their) important highway route that is pos a right to say it. I feel that Mrs. United States in no other way, and if

equally indefinite and unsatisfactory, St. Louis-Philadelphia rain. I workmen and were owing large sums sible and if you are absent it might S McAlister is my enemy and probably an embargo is established it is said

and suggested again that it would be American League to the supply houses, that the busi- mean a loss of an opportunity that I S I said what was uppermost he will order General Obregon to
'
glad to avail itself' of the good officesof Boston 5-3, Cleveland 31. ness was insolvent and unable to pay may not present itself again. I S in my mind. A person under a seize the border ports and drive Villa

the President of the United States New York 1-2, Detroit 0-6. the claims of creditors, and that the The executive committee has recommended -I great strain often speaks thus. into the interior if possible, thereby
: I further desire to state that I *
"in the direction of a lofty ideal of Philadelphia 4, Chicago 2. machinery and equipment were pur- an amendment to the by- preventing as he hopes the new government

the freedom of the seas." Washington 1, St. Louis 2. chased under contracts whereby the laws, as herewith attached; this will a believe that the house was set on from obtaining war mate- j
fire and that I will reward
give
a
be voted at the Lakeland
on meeting. rials.
Federal title to is held
League same the
by
Concede.
Gives Opportunity to parties a *
2 Buffalo 7. from whom Come and bring all the good roads of fifty dollars for information On a military and territorial show-
, Fifth This brought about a result Brooklyn they were purchased and S *
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leading to the punishment of the
boosters know of have them he is much than
Newark-Baltimore rain. that you ; on ing stronger even
which Germany desired. The United only a comparatively small S *
hand in Lakeland early in the guilty party. Madero when he was' recognized
morn- was
Chicago-Pittsburgh rain. ''" amount has been
the
States reiterated its original demands v paid on equip- *
V It is not the loss of the
and coupled with them a definite offerto Kansas City 2, St. Louis 3. \ ment.-Lakeland Telegram.FAIRBANK'S ing Entertainment, Thursday, is September being arranged 9th, 1915.for erty but the motive that prompted prop-- by the United States.

act as a common friend "who may .
the deed which hurts.
THE WEATHERFor SON I by Lakeland citizens and the meeting AN ODD ACCIDENT FORD RUNS
be privileged to suggest a way" to the DEMENTEDKissimmee .
(Signed) MRS. TENNIEWHITTENBERG.
will be an all day and evening OVER BOY
belligerents by which a freedom of Florida: Sunday, fair in south, Fla.-It has just be- session.It a .

the seas might be obtained. showers in north and central portions; come known here that Robert Fair- . . . '
is possible we will have Presi- Late yesterday 'afternoon young
This gave Germany an opportunity 1 I gentle to moderate shifting winds. banks, the demented son of former '
dent Allison and Assistant Secretary George Cromarti, the colored delivery -
to concede all points made by the Vice-President Charles W. Fairbanks,
Robinson of the Dixie Highway As- j. A. MCDONALD DIED LAST boy for J. L. Dean's City DrugStore
United States and in the same breathto its last note, which will include, of of Indiana, escaped from the home ofa
sociation directorate with us, and we NIGHT was knocked from his wheel by
accept a suggestion of mediationon course, the suggestion of mediation.In friend of the family at Orlando Sat-
are urging the Florida commissioners a Ford car which was" turning north
the freedom of the seas. the proposed mediation over the urday and was found here Tuesday .
Mr. Belcher and Mr. Saxon to At 11 o'clock last night James A. into Orange avenue from Church
This was of supreme importance to freedom of the seas Washington sees after he had wandered about the '
be present. McDonald, for several years a resi- street. The car passed entirely over
Germany. The form by which the hope of the termination of the war. country considerably.
+ i Come, lend your support. dent of Orlando, died at his residenceon his body, leaving him uninjured save
note was phrased was such that Ger- Germany has made no secret that He arrived in this city Monday af-
Yours very truly, Silliman street. He was a cement for a severe fright. The bicycle on
could accept the offer of she considers this war as one being ter walking from Orlando to Kis-
many CENTRAL FLORIDA HIGHWAY worker and well known. His familyis which the youth.rode was a complete
tion without appearing to media-I: fought for the freedom of the seas. simmee by way of Apopka and Or-
ASSOCIATION; by now in New York. wreck.r'
ditions to her concessions.Will Expected to Disavow Act. ange Center, spending one night ina
L. P. DICKIE, Secretary. The Ford was moving slowly at the.
Accept Proposals.It Further developments now await swamp where the mosquitoes nearlyate
NOTICE-There will be meet- time of the accident and struck the
can be authoritatively stated in the receipt from Berlin of the official him up. a
ing at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the boy's wheel broadside. The crowded
1 II REMAINS TAKEN TO KENTUCKYFOR
this connection that when Germany report of the commander of the sub- He was apprehended on the streets
INTER3IENTMiss Loyal Order of Moose hall, of which condition of the street, usual on Sat-
makes her final reply pending the marine that sunk the Arabic. As here by Marshal Overstreet. The
order Brother McDonald afternoons, no doubt contrib
was a mem- urday
controversy there will be no sugges- soon as it is available the German young man was walking the streetsat
tion of the condition that the United government is expected to make a the time and seemed to be sane. Edith Richmond, of Umatilla, ber, for the purpose of making fun- uted toward'causing the accident. '
eral At the time of the accident the boy ;
State shall in return for her assurances disavowal of the act and offer full After his apprehension he received a Fla., who died at a local sanitariumin arrangements.By ? '
order of the Dictator. returning'to the drug store after
proceed to mediate between the reparation for the loss of American telegram from a sister in Indiana, this city at an early hour Friday was driver
delivering an order. The of
two belligerents. lives. With this out of the way the saying that she would come to him. morning, was taken yesterday to Lex- '
the far Fred Maguire, of Ocoee, paid
L Germany is simply to accept all the two governments will then take up He was taken to Orlando Tuesday by ington, Ky. her former home, for in- balls 35 cents. Curtis & OTfeaL ,' which'was ruined. '

'' proposals made by this government in and settle the Lusitania case. 1 Policeman Broom of> that city. terment. The best Wrirht & Ditaoa tennis for the bicycle


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SUDAN GRASS, ITS POSSIBILITIES has been done in the field. In boy- several counties have already ar I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIII II'IIIIIIIIIIIII
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AND SOME INTERESTING hood and early manhood he wanderedover ,ranged to have exhibits.

FACTSCONNECTED the mountains and the valleys of The business men of Tampa wantit

WITH ITS DISCOVERY the Pacific northwest, ever botanizing. distinctly understood that not one "

Many plants new to science were i penny that is invested in the South

Ocoee, Fla. Aug. 25, 1915. found by him. Part of his labors are Florida Fair will be expended in be-

Editor Sentinel I send you a clip- embodied in a ponderous volume on half of the Gasparilla Carnival, which

ping, from the Saturday Globe, of the flora of Washington state, pub- will be used wholly for the purposeof

Utica, N. Y., on Sudan grass. I think lished by the Smithsonian Institution. advertising and drawing crowds to

you would do well to give this spacein Since then he has written much, his South Florida from other states, as

the Sentinel. I cut some from my list of works including some text- it receives more free advertising from ,

patch seven feet high from seed in books. His newest book, Forage Northern newspapers than either the

seven weeks. I have no seed for sale. Plants, is a recognized standard of New Orleans or Mobile Mardi Gras

Yours truly, information on the subject. I I I celebrations. .

T. J. MINOR. From 1892 to 1903 he was professor -I ="- .
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of botany and zoology at the j i .

PLANT LIFE DETECTIVEProf. Washington Agricultural college, .

where his work attracted the atten-I I FIELD'S '
BOlT
C. V. Piper, of the Departmentof tion of the department of agriculture. :I

Agriculture, One of UncleSam's This led, in 1903, to his being calledto

Best, Discovered Washington as agrostologist in .

charge of forage crop investigationsin
Sudan Grass
the department's bureau of plant CHOCOLATE

which means that he is the
industry,
Grass, if you will take the word of
"grass man" of the department.The VANILLA
Prof. C. V. Piper for it, is the great
value of the grass is by no
economic necessity of the world. All PEACH
means limited to the drier portions of
flesh is grass, as a certain disillu-
the United States, because it has given CARAMELICE
sioned person once remarked; or it
excellent results nearly everywhere lURK
may not be, just as you may chooseto CREAMS.
that is
corn
grown.
look at it; but certainly all flesh
To make two blades of grass grow
needs grass, and the business of Prof.
where but one before is no small
grew
Piper, who is the "grass man" of the
accomplishment and the introductionof
Department of Agriculture, is to find ;
Sudan grass has certainly done CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c.
the kinds that are most adaptable tohumanity's
this for a wide area of the United
needs.

Botanists have described some 4,000 States.

species of grass. It is one of Prof.
SPECIAL RATES GRANTED BY
Piper's ambitions to try out every CLUB SANDWICH 25e. ON
RAILROADS TO SOUTH FLORIDA -
blessed one of them to ascertain what
FAIR AND GASTARILLA ;
they possess of economic value to any CARNIVAL

part of the United States. It is a a

huge task. But in laboring to the desired -
Even at this early date the rail
end Prof. Piper has already We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
roads included in the Southeastern
made some astonishing discoveries,
Passenger Association have granted and Delivered for All
and the greatest of these is Sudan
rates of practically one fare for the .
grass. OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S
round to Tampa from Washington
trip -
Millions In It
Evansville, Louisville, St. Louis,
It is difficult I
to imagine many pea
and other Ohio Mississippi river
ple getting excited over a new grass;
points, in honor of the South Florida II SUNDAY
not at all difficult to imagine them
Fair and Gasparilla Carnival, to be
I
getting excited over the striking of
held late in January or early in Feb- .
oiL Yet a new grass, such as Sudan,
ruary. Later on connecting lines will
may possess just as great potential
offer low rates from New York, Chi-
wealth as unearthed oil seepages inone's
south pasture. cago, Kansas City, and other distant

points, and the Atlantic Coast Line,
Farmers in Texas and other western
Seaboard Air Line, and Southern are
states in regions denominated as
to farmers' special
preparing operate
semi-arid 'realize this, even if the
trains in order to attract agriculturists delicious
semi-arid realize this, event if the When it comes to light
from other states to this section.
general public does not. That is why
The Gasparilla Carnival, which is
Sudan grass has created such a wave WAFFLES
to be made simply an advertising and 1
of excitement through all that semi- .
crowd-drawing adjunct to the fair,
arid country. Literally, there has AND
will be advertised in the North as
been millions in it. 1 ,
never before by the Fair association,
Only three years ago; as a resultof
I railroads, hotels, and other agencies, SYRUP
Prof. Piper's experiments, Sudan ...
and in view of the fact that the Euro- "
grass was introduced by the depart- '
pean war will prevent thousands from THIS IS ONE OF OUR .
ment of agriculture. Already it has I
going abroad and the expositions at .
created a remarkable revision of land
San Francisco and San Diego will be SPECIALS
values in some parts of Texas. Whena
closed, the attendance is certain to be
farmer his values
:- sees acreage
of record-breaking order. Railroadmen ..
a
mounting upward he has reason to 15 centsCatering
get excited. predict that between 60Q.OOO and

700,000 people will visit Florida dur-
Sudan grass has in numerous instances
ing the winter months, and this is
given yields of siX; tons of
responsible for the decision of the
hay per acre on dry lands, and under ,
South Florida Chamber of Commerce
irrigation in the west it is the only
and. Tampa Board of Trade in favorof To Those
grass known that will yield an equalor
holding an agricultural fair in COOKWITHt;
greater tonnage than alfalfa. For
and individual exhibits -
Tampa. County
the irrigation farmer Sudan grass is, Who Care
are expected from all sections, and
however, merely another cropv hile
I
xor me dry land farmer of Texas it I ... ..

is the greatest boon that has ever


' happened.Like Sherlock Holmes At .
: Joyland
No lucky accident produced Sudan Y

; grass. It came to the American dry
.
land farmer as the result of the '

shrewdest sort of deductive detective

work, for your agricultural depart- Su.nday GAS.E

ment scientists are, when one gets

down to hard facts, just plant life de

tectives. They get their clues in the .
On of the closed Sunday
account
acts of plants, and they run them ,

down just as detectors of criminalsrun
down their quarry. the management of Joyland extends a ,

i Prof. Piper holds' to the belief thata and
grass exists somewhere to meet most cordial invitation to all friends


every need of man. Hence he has believers in the Open Sunday Move-

given his life to hunting them out, in

this and other countries. lie thinks and
ment to come to Joyland today ..
grass, dreams grass, lives with grass.

The only grass in which he can find have a swim on us. Suits and bathing

no good is that which makes "the ..,

rough" on the golf links of the Wash- absolutely FREE to all. Bring your .

ington Country Club and winds itself

fondly about one's mashie. Prof. lunches and picnic on the grounds.

Piper, sound golfer as he is, has been

known to address extremely pertinent ., ,.

remarks to this particular grass on .
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Everything FREE TO ALL In ,
occasions. But that is by the way. ..

A native of the north Pacific coast,

where grass and everything else Favor of An OPEN SUNDAYNO \

grows thick, Charles Vancouver Pi-

per has been an ardent student of

plant life since boyhood. lie beganto
OPERATSEEDS
BUSSES WILL
study botany at 10; at 12 he agi- .

tated the family by bringing home

specimens of skunk cabbage and oth-

er odoriferous plants indigenous to

the region.At 16 .he SEEDS! SEEDS !! That's Pleasure .

was president of the

Young Naturalists, a society of Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If .

youths that studied the flora and not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem-

fauna of western Washington, the ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS. ,
studies sometimes extending to the
OUR IRISH POTATOESare
neighbors' apple orchards. At 18 he
here waiting for Prices right.
you.
received the of
degree bachelor of science -
Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE -
from the of
University Washington.
? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow-
.
That was in 1885. Seven
years ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur-
later that institution conferred the
chaser. 25c. packages and
up.
degree of master of science on him

and later work at Harvard broughthim
Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
the same degree from that insti-

tution. Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co. .

Real Study in Fields PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY

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TWO RETREATS.It arouse their patriotism to the importance NOW IS ."

would be foolish to contend that of the occasion. THE TIME.

it. the driving of the Russians from Not only have the English people The present day weather is a most

Poland and Galicia is not a heavy refused to enlist in sufficient num- favorable time for eradicating: that

blow to the allies. A little reflection, bers in their army, but her workmen pest of the field and grovesmaidencane.
however, will show that the Muscovite have positively refused work in her. Plowing one day and harrow-
retirement is less serious than was ammunition factories, and compulsionis
ing the next, thus exposing the cane
that of the British and French from I now threatened to secure labor
roots to the hot sun; repeating the I!
flar trs at the opening of the war, enough to supply those at the front process daily until the roots have alii j "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
jtat I I with the means of resisting German
retreat in time turned
was '
' yet, been sun dried, will do the business.
into a success that upset the Prussianwar attacks. An hour of hot sunshine will kill
plans so completely that they' The Russians, the French and the I I|I maiden cane roots most effectively. I Unless Budded from A Bear-

were caught in a trap from which brave little Belgians have fought But to do the work effectively it must !
they have been struggling to escape bravely, but without the full assist- be done thoroughly. Every small sec Tree of Known
since. ance of Great Britain must ultimately ing Qualityand
ever tion of the root, containing a joint,I
With the exception of the land- give way before the aggressive tac-
which remains in the ground,
strum and one or two corps, the en- tics of their enemies.If ing the rays of the sun, will put escap-fortha Quantity of Produc-
tire strength of the German armieswas the war is lost to the allies it
new shoot, and thus become the ger-
hurled at the British and French, will be directly chargeable to a lack minating center of another patch of .
who were handicapped by lack of both of patriotism among the British, who the pest. Don't plow up a maidencane tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn
munitions and men. Northern France seem to prefer to sit in the shade and
patch once and then cease
and the greater part of Flanders were witness feats of sportsmanship rather efforts. You have only' doubled your the
evacuated by the allies until the Ger- than face the firing line in defenseof number of plants in the ground and

man scouts were within hailing distance their country.Yet given them fresh earth to multiply in.
of Calais and almost within should the verdict of arms go Thorough harrowing to the five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-

sight of Paris. Even when the Rus- against Germany and her allies, Great roots to the scorching sun expose is abso- onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave

sians relieved the pressure by draw- Britain may be counted upon as the" lutely necessary if you would succeed. brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
off of the Kaiser's first one to cry "look what we did,
ing some troopsfrom Dry hot weather is the time to get
does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
and the most stubborn contender for
the west, the allies were out-
best results. No be
numbered. Yet they halted the Ger- the greatest share of the honors.- crop can success- Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
the
fully grown on same ground and
man drive, turned it back, and at the Battle Creek Journal. at the same time with maiden cane. published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

Marne administered a defeat that Do not try the experiment. the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
broke the offensive of the invaders so AVOID THE CITY. from a parent of true merit.

badly that they have not been able The old farmer who yields to the "There is without
to regain it. And the British at their importunities of his son or daughterto no success loy- To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
alty. The man who is disloyal to his
end of the line, too, although danger- quit work and move to town makesa superior, to his profession or to his a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not

ously outnumbered, scored a smash- great mistake. He finds himselfout country is disloyal to himself and to been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
ing victory over the Prussians that of his natural element and his en- all that is in him." vince that their trees "
good -General you are "Pedigreed. May be so, but, Mr.
saved the Channel
ports. forced idleness irksome in the ex
The Russians, following the most treme. He will become crabbed, reactionary Goethals. Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,

masterly of retreats, are already stingy, opposed to all improvements the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a parent -
slowing up the Teutonic advance, and and soon begin to hate "The secret of wearying your reader tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
is to tell him
everything.Voltaire.
we may yet see another Marne, this everything and everybody-even him-
time in the east, but even should this self. You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

not be the case, the Russians can keep great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

retreating from one Russian city to MOSQUITOES PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414 bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single :
another without giving the enemy any AWFULLY THICK.It bud cut from a tree that has not been tested. J
such decisive success as would have is conceded by almost' every one PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
been the case had they reached Calaisor that mosquitoes were never thicker CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your "

Paris. When considered from the than on Friday evening. One man Terms Reasonable grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address i
point of view of what might have tells us that he slept with a pair of
Miss Mabel DurhamRoom
happened, the allies' retreat was much canvas gloves on his hands, and in his ... !
more serious than that of the Rus- socks and underclothing, and even
No. 9
sians.-London (Ont.) Advertiser. then the "blamed things" pluggedhim. Ocklawaha Nurseries :
DAVIS & McNEIL BUILDING
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THE REASON N. J.Honest Church Street O. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida .i
WHY. to goodness, we haven't seena
Many people wonder why it is that skeeter in Orlando in six weeks. OR ;
Mrs. Mary A. Cox
Germany and her allies continue to
G. G.
win battles against the combined The kind of a friend a newspaperman AnnouncesShe Wright, Agent .
armies of her many enemies. likes is the one who subscribesand
8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO FLA.
The reason is simple Jt is not be- pays for his paper promptly, and is constantly receiving from j
cause the German people are any bet. not the one who comes in and wishes New York charmingly dainty
ter fighters than those that they are the paper continued prosperity, but and exclusive Collars, ShirtWaists
fighting, but simply because before contributes nothing towards its suc- and Hair Ornaments, j
, entering the war they were united in cess, but on the contrary borrows his created from advanced ideas. A
sentiment and determined in purpose. neighbor's paper to read. Such beautiful collection now to ]
While Germany is winning battles friends are good enough to have whena choose from.
after battles, England is pleading person don't care a snap whether
with her own people in the effort to they wish I him success or not. 501 West St. Orlando, Fla. I

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BRAINS AND STRONG HEARTS.All .
South Florida Sentinel men and women in Orlando are united on one thing, which,

MORNING AND WEEKLYW. expressed in one word, is PROGRESS. Under this word may be

W.. C.1:. ESSINCTON GLENN ......._...,....D.am......_....Mnc.Editor enumerated many things. It is the universal desire of all people I FOR FOR
that Orlando continue uninterruptedly her development in business -
Entered at the poctoffice *t Orlando. FlorIda training and righteousness which tendsto
in teaching
religious ,
Second Clau Mail Matter. ;
u a high standard of morality; in the already established qualityof 3 Days Only 3 rnIY.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the public schools in civic betterment as relates to the individ-
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $&00 ; I
Daily. 41 Months ...................... 2.60 ual citizen, and to parks, sewerage and sanitation, paving, newer
Daily. S Month ...................... L25 and finer buildings attractive homes; and friendlier and Tuesday = Tuesday
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 public O11I14 j
closer relations with her neighbors near and far.
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 her sister cities '
To attain a position of leadership among Wednesday i'en-Ptin: I Wednesday
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN Orlando must not be divided. Every group, organization and indi- ,

vidual must swing together. A disagreement over a local problemor and and
ADVERTISERS issue must not be of a nature to disrupt and disturb the equilibrium .: aiu

Cpy fr diiplay and all .thn haad-Mt of the city. Orlando is founded upon those principles f ,8
advertising mast be handett in at the business (i5)
tfffie .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... which underlie other cities. Many years of work may be oblit- Thursday ThursdayA
lit day before pul-titados. Tide rule applies ::
to' ela&1fer contract advertislnc it lalav.riabl. erated by a blunder on the part of an individual or a group of
and will be strictly adhered to. individuals. Cities, like individuals, are of a nervous tempera-

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel dbcondnoed ment. The press or the pulpit, one person or one organizationhas
should notify the office in writing. on it within their power to disturb PROGRESS. It behooves all
the date of expiration otherwise it will be New-Idea Merchandising Event In Which Bright
continued at the regular subscription rates. to be guarded in what they do and say.
until notice to stop ia received. Orlando enjoys a unique position in Florida. She has many
Telephone Namb-r .. 2. Red Apples Lead You To Bargain TemptationsEvery
things in her favor which other cities have not and can never

SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1915. obtain. Orlando has been graced by bountiful nature. Clear,

pure water has kept her free from fevers and disease; a com- Apple That You See Tags An Enticing Value !

"Orlando is suffering from a case paratively high altitude has contributed to make her healthful, Here is something new something that demonstrates that we not only provide unusual values but
of growing pains," says a local ed- and shade trees have in this respect also helped. Her geographical present them in unusually'interesting form. We selected, as an appropriate and fitting sign of this novel
itor, on a borrowed front pace, but it event the historical symbol of temptation-the apple. The sign with the apple. is the "Sign of The Tempt-
columns of position is the envy of the state. Orlando is easy to reach,
will take more than two ing Bargains.
publicity to set this editor right and and it has been estimated that during the winter season this cityis The whole store has been transformed into a flourishing orchard, each department representing a
remedy the "growing pains" he is accessible to nearly 30,000 people-within one hour's ride by tree ladened with carefully cultivated bargain fruit. Fine big juicy bargains are ready to fall into your
constantly causing 8,135 people- rail or motor. basket if you will but shake the tree of temptation. These bargains represent the finest grades of new
minus 100 claimed and seventyfiveper Summer Merchandise priced at COAXINGLY low figures-but only for the short time this event is in
cent. of this 100 considered doubt- The growth of Orlando has been amazing. Under the guiding
ful. hand of a united citizenry with a reputation for sticking together Every valife esfgnated by an apple is a "pippin." Remember that and when you come keep your eye

o PROGRESS has been made. Her churches are unexcelled; her out for the apples for

The Sentinel is overloaded with schools are excellent; her homes are attractive; her streets are Whenever

letters in regard to the Sunday clos- clean; her public buildings satisfactory and within a few years I ATTEND THIS SALE Wherever ATTEND TillS SALE

limited.ing law. These We regret letters that will our be space pub-is will be unrivalled; her hotels are commodious and cater to thou- AND However An Apple- AND
You See
lished as space permits. sands of transients during a year's time; her business men are SAVE MONEY It's a Sign of a SAVE MONEY ]
o clean, above board and honest, meriting and enjoying a trade with Tempting Bargain. t

Elsewhere in the Sentinel appearsa outside residents from many miles around; Orlando banks based
signed statement .,f Mrs. Tenny upon their sworn statements are in a prosperous condition, givingto --- SPECIAL
Whittenburg in regard to certain Who could resist such tempting bargains in EXTRA
the outside world an indisputable insight into the financial con-
statements she is reported to have SKIRTS Dainy Summer Dresses in Silks andSurely
AND
COATS DRESSES
SUITS
and dition of the city; and in every line from factories to barber shopsa ,
said at the fire Friday night no woman or miss will pass them up withLawns, in white and colors, regular
quoted in yesterday's Sentinel.o spirit of PROGRESSIVISM is ever in evidence. out making! a purchase. They are among the most values up to $14.50 for ____________$-1.98
o Orlando is still an infant-a babe in the lap of this fast developing enticing of all the bargains in this bumper
local pastor (colored) came to commonwealth whose future can not be accurately foretold values. All the new styles, colors and fabrics are, During this sale I all at IILF-PRICE
the Sentinel office last night to in- even by the most far-visioned man or optimist. For this city to I to be had. -------

quire if it was true that collections lie down and quit boosting and fighting for continued growth and
in the churches
could not be taken
today. Upon being up informed that the prosperity would mean suicide; to be content with present condi- THE PATH THROUGH OUR You will yield quickly Tempting Patterns and Prices in
To the siren call of these i LACES and EMBROIDERIESThat
customary offerings would be taken tions means in the end a certain retrogression. It would mean WAIST DEPARTMENTIs Values inDAINTY Lure to buy
you
the colored brother went on his way that cities Orlando would I
surrounding envying gain an advantage beset with temptations.For WASH GOODSBy Patterns have never been daintier ,
rejoicing. o difficult for Orlando citizens, no matter how brave or alert, to the wary shopper.The ; nor have prices ever been
comparing the tempting bar- quite so alluring as now. You
Orlando is to strictly enforce the overcome. styles are so pretty, and gain prices now in effect with those will surely want some of these in
Sunday closing law. Where will they Consequently if Orlando is to maintain her premier position in the prices are so extraodinarily ordinarily asked for the same sort view of the generous use that is
draw the line Shall babies cry for Florida it is strictly the business of every man and woman who special that if you come to buy of wash goods the savings are being made of laces and embroideries -
milk, and sick cry for ice, and shall ,has the meaning of the word PROGRESS at heart to be liberal one they will hurriedly coax you easily computed. A dollar now will on summer apparel.
they use lamps because the power to buy two. Not one of the better buy here from a third to quartermore 1000 Yards-Odds and Ends,
minded, big brained, and free from the petty thoughts and acts overlooked whenwe
styles was
plant has to run to supply light? new than at any other time or
Forget it! Live decent and the Sab- which contaminate and condemn and contribute adversely to the made this purchase of waists. nlace. in high-class lace, including

bath will be properly respected. success of other towns, cities and communities. THESE ARE ABSOLUTELYNEW Voiles and Batistes Shadows, Torchons, Cluny,
Fancy
Clearwater Sun. The nature of the times demands big brains and strong hearts. Edges and .Insertions-
o President Wilson in guiding the Ship of State through troubled worth 12c and 15c. worth up to 75 cents

ESKIMO AND SODA FOUNTAINS waters has demonstrated his fitness for office and he has meritedthe Fancy Lawns and and Flaxons 8 yds 69c For lOc yd

Consider the Eskimo confidence and faith of the nation. In a like manner Orlando Regular $1.50 $29Sc
'Mid Greenland's now icy mountains; citizens of all ranks and classes must be united. Regular $3 and $3.50$1.98 Voiles, Organdies, Flaxons, 2,500 Yards Swiss Embroideries -

The swinging door he does not know; Strong thoughts of a liberal mind build for strength from Pussy Willow Taffetas in the etc., in plain and fancy, also beautiful designs-all

He has no soda fountains. in and attract it from without. Thoughts of weakness or with-I newest stripe effects, worth big range of colored ef- widths, worth up to 50c. a

:Mankind in every age and climeI narrow mind actualize weakness from within and attract it from $7.50 fects, values up to 75c. yard '

( thus close this epistle) without. We must be not only united but we must be courageous, For $4.50 For 171-2c For lOc yd
Has managed somehow every time else Orlando will fall by the wayside. Courage begets strength,

To irrigate his whistle.o fear begets weakness. And so courage begets success and means

PROGRESS, and small brains and fear begets failure. Tempting Bargain inSUMMER Tempting Values in

SUNDAY AGAIN. CLOSING SUMMER'S SMARTESTMILLINERY UNDERMUSLINS GLOVES, HOSIERY AND

The Sunday closing is again agitating -: "TOO MUCH RELIGION AND NOT It is my belief that fully ninety percent : NECKWEARThat
Orlando, and a delegation of the ENOUGH CHRISTIANITY" of the residents of Orlando are It is plain that we could not Challenges Belief
W. C. T. U. ladies called upon Solic- in favor of giving the tourists and Every new shape, material and continue to offer such fine under-
You will really find it difficult to
itor Tilden the other and told him
and clean day the city. Editor Sentinel:-The controversy our home people what they desire in trimming for summer is offered. things at these remarkably small believe that such fine qualities and
to
get busy up the of harmless
amusement and
One of the gentlemen who are crankson not regarding viewed the from Sunday a serious closing business law, if pleasure way in so far as these desires do These, and the less-than-ever prices prices for any length of time. We styles can be sold at the little

the Sunday closing, in an article in aspect, would, I am sure, be consid- no harm to their fellow man, and it is quoted, present a combinationthat present them now just to tempt please prices that now we asked.have But hung remember out "The
the paper states that while it is a ered in the nature of a huge joke; the only sane and broadminded view no true daughter of Eve will i you to buy a generous supply immediately Sign of the Tempting Bargain"and
crime for a poor family to eat a cool- but, as the outcome will vitally affectus of the case. Liberty and freedom let unnoticed. There are any and thereby save a pret- that we have the merchandiseto
dish of soda water go
ing cream or a or make for health and happiness, andit
all, it would seem to me that the
hire an auto to ride it is all right for should be the duty of all to add number of delightful and original ty penny. make good. Here are three
time has now come for Orlando to
of claim of remark-
vindicators
the said gentleman to ride in his own what we can to the betterment of models in this model collection of our
either be
a lively, hustling town, as Slips, Night Gowns, Drawers able values. r
car. she deserves to be, or a dead one anda mankind If we can not do this, let hats.
Now where is the difference? This number. Which be 'us go to the other extreme. Close .. Black and White Silk Gloves
, back_ shall it ,? up Regular value 50 cent, for. .42e
witthe and____ to__ I
man ;; mans ride. money The It is useless- to argue the questionof everything, from the depot to the Regular value75 cents, for .. 58e 50 cent value for ________42c
his
enjoy 0 car can
poor postoffice, and make it a penitentiary
man who can not afford to own a car, I all law interpret regarding the the law matter.on this We point.can offense to even smile on Sunday. Extra Regular value $1.00, for .. 88e 98 cent value for _______77c

but who could hire one, must not ride But, can we really afford to allow Then, and only then, will we become Regular value $1.25, for ..,. .98c "Wunderhose" Hosiery

and the kids must buy not a spend plate of his ice nickel cream.to We let some ideas little(although, narrow technically minded, "jitney"correct) saintly to do but and to there cut our wfll suspenders be nothing and left SpecialsThe Regular value $1.50, for ....$1.28 $1.00 boxes, 3 and 4 to a box

most emphatically condemn this kind fly upward. Regular value $1.75, for...$1.43
to interfere with the healthy and For 69c
of people who howl about the Sunday id growth of our fair little city?rap-I'' Sincerely, latest in Outing Hats, $2 Regular value $2.00 for '. ...$1.68
closing merely because they*can en- think not. Orlando, if let alone will W. H. PALMER.A values Regular value'$2.50. for ....$1.98 Fancy Neckwear
the
do wish
joy themselves but not be a city to be proud of, but if held i Regular value $3.00, Cor....$2.48
rest of the world to do so. Most of Special lot worth up to $1.50
back-by "old fogy" ideas and two delegation of DeLand businessmen
the people who howl about the ice by For 98c Regular value $3.50, for ... .$2.98
in Orlando four government, will never expand. made the Orlando trip yesterday Regular value $5.00, for ....$3.98 For 19cOdd
being
parlors
cream ride down to Sanford open in their own Too much religion and not enough in autos, principally to investigate the Regular value $6.50, for ....$4.90
Christianity has long been a serious construction of hard surface roads t
cars and purchase cold drinks here.A drawback to the town. The world is with brick and other material between Any trimmed Hat in the store Drastic Reductions on Silk shades'in Silkateen, 3
distinction without a difference. progressing. We are not living in Sanford and Orlando. Both Seminoleand spools for
Sanford Herald. the dark ages at present. Men and Orange counties are making great For $2.98 Underwear. Ask for special
o women are thinking today, and think- headway in the construction of such Prices. 5c
, An ad. in the Morning Sertinel is a ing seriously, and they are thinking roads, and bonding for the purpose.-
cafe investment. along advanced lines. Volusia County Record.
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SOCIAL CALENDAR At The ChurchesFIRST I I

Monday August 30.
The Sumus Septem Club will be en- METHODIST CHURCH
tertained by Miss Cornelia Miner.
Corner Main
and Jackson streets.
Tuesday, August 31.
John B. GRANDTOMORROW
Ley pastor.
Methodist Sewing Circle meets.
Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
Golden wedding anniversary celebration -
Subject in the morning, "Ordinary
of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hudson. "
Concord Park Ladies' Aid will meet Men on an Extraordinary Mission.
At night, in to I
with Mrs Morey. response many requests -
the will discuss "Sab-
The Board of Governors of the As- pastor
bath Observance: It's Grounds and I Io
sociated Charities will meet at 4:30 ,
The male will
o'clock, at the San Juan hotel.A. Obligations. quartet -
Economy B. C. meets with Miss Mary Mc- render a beautiful selection as an of- LINKS
fertory at this service. Strangers
Cullough. visiting our city cordially invited to "THE GIRL OF THE MUSIC y
Junior Matrons meet with Mrs. Gordon -
I Wright. worship with us.Auxiliary HALL" Every girl should have one of these Bracelets, each

Wednesday, September 1. link from a different friend.
Bible school 9:45 Fine music,
a. m.
Bachelor Girls meet with Miss Guilda
Happersett at 10 a. m. excellent class organization and work.C. Another of those splendid I 25c. including engraving. I
E. Howard, .
superintendent.Senior
in upkeep and Beginners Thursday shoot, at September the Country 2. Club, Epworth League, 6.45 p. m. Broadway Star special features

will be held under the of An interesting service for young peo-
the Orlando Gun Club. auspices ple. complete in three acts, featuring ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
gasoline consumption Orphan's Day
SILVER :MEDAL This being a fifth Sunday, by conference ALICE JOYCE AND GUY Ib
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resolution it is observed as mgri
are CONTEST.The "orphan's day." Peculiar needs at COOMBS = .. .
entertainment of the Woman's this time require that we stress the
Prohibition of America will "orphan's appeal for help." Collections -
items to be con League at all, services for this fund. If quality for a low price is an object
be held at the Pentecostal church, on Keeping in mind the little children'shelplessness our wall papers will win your favor.
the corner of Hughey and America and their hungry cry, let For the next 30 days we will offer for
sidered in buy streets, Monday night, August 30, at us make our offerings liberal. "HEARST SELIG NEWS, sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
This Week from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
7:30 o'clock.The Tuesday. 3 p. m., with Mrs. J. P. NO. 48" d time to buy, and do your papering
ing a car. entertainment will be of spe- Musselwhite, the Ladies' Sewing Cir all the when you get ready.
cial interest as there will be a silver cle. Portraying important We also carry a full line of High-

The upkeep in medal contest. Two medals will be Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., mid-week events of the day. Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We

given, one for the best recitation and prayer. invite you to call and inspectour
I stock.Orlando.
one for the best singer. There will FIRST BAPS CHURCH .
the DODGE is be twelve competitors in the contest, Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas-

six to recite and six to sing, ail of tor.A
lessened most cordial invitation is extended A SPLENDID SHOW Paint & Wall Paper C.
a great which are strictly temperance selec- the public to worship with us. We

tions. want you to come and get right near 5 cents 10 cents 205 S. Orange Avenue
The heretofore have been the Baptist Temple hearthstone.
deal the programs
by very Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
and trust that
quite entertaining we
Samuel A. Newell superintendent.
they have been the means of promoting Worship in the auditorium at 11a.

reasonableprice the cause of temperance. There m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastorin IMIIIMIiaiHiUlliMIIIIIMMIMHMHMMMMThe ;;;
Tuesday, Lenore Ulrich in
the pulpit.B. [
has been an increasing interest shownin
Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.;
for parts, as you the entertainments, a goodly num- Miss Claudia DeLaney, president. "Kilmeny.
ber being present each month. All Prayer and fellowship service on i i I New Ice Company

will note by are cordially invited. Wednesday evening, 7:30. I
a We hope you'll not miss the popu-
-- lar Sunday evening services. I PHONE 675

study of the following -SOCIETY NOTESOF -
INTEREST.Mrs. ST. JOHN'S: EPISCOPAL (Colored)
J. II. Reese has returned from Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A., priestin
charge. Delivery Daily
prices: Brunswick, Ga. Sunday-Thirteenth Sunday after

Trinity. Communion at 7:30 a. m.
MISS JULIA CHAPMAN NOW AT High mass at 10:30. Sunday school .
YOSEMITE VALLEY, CAL. and children's vespers at 3 p. m. Sol- Wait for our wagon. We think
emn evensong and sermon at 7:30p.
Piston $1.60
m. you will like our ice. .
The Sentinel is in receipt of a neat Monday-Sunday school literary

Piston Rings .25 little periodical tailed the Yosemite entertainment at 7:30 p. m.WednesdayCommunion .at 7:30 ROOf GARDEN
a.
Tourist, published in the Yosemite
m. Evening prayer and litany at
Valley, Calif., from Miss Julia Chapman 7:30 m.
ConnectingRod p. The New Ice Company
who writes: "This is some Friday-Confirmation class at 7 p. i ; |
newspaper-great country this, and. m. Choir rehearsal at 8 p. m. TOMORROW
.75 A cordial invitation is extended to
Bearing "
I am drinking it all in. Lookingover the services. MMIIIMIMIMIMMIiMtlMillllilllMIMUMMlMl' .

the interesting items we find, un- --

I Fan Belt .25 der "Camp Lost Arrow" notes the following CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY I

: "Julia E. Risch, and T. W. ALLIANCE I', "THE INGRATE"A .
Meets every Sunday afternoon, at. IIIIMMIIIIIIMIIimiltllllillMBtlliMiiMlliliFRANK
Drive Pinion 2.50 Mathews, and wife and Miss Julia K. 22 West Pine street. three part feature, featuring
Chapman, of Orlando, Florida, are Sunday school at 2:30 and preach- I
ing at 3:30 p. m. .
guests at Lost Arrow. Henry Porter.
Mid-week prayer and praise meeting -
at 7:30 p. m., Thursday. A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL |
And the ADDITIONAL LOCALSJ. Wednesday.Ladies' prayer meeting, 4' p. m.,

L. Long, 601 Pine street, awarded All are cordially invited to all of ,
contract for three more bunga- these meetings. Bring the children to "SHE'S A PIPPIN"A

Car Itself laws-Kentucky style. See him for Sunday school.. "
plans if you intend to build. -0-- one-part comedy, "Starlight.
18-29-6t ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe
Very Rev. H. R. Remsen, dean.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dolive and Mr. Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity.The .
, seems like a I Farris Keller, who have been spending Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.
several weeks with relatives and Sunday school, 9:45. The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN CURTIS & O'NEAL
friends in Kentucky, including Danville Morning prayer and sermon, 11.

thing of life, noon., returned home yesterday after- George In the M.absence Tolson will of the officiate.dean, Rev.The The One-Price Theater

I evening service is discontinued until
\2 abounding invitality1 C. R. Emerick was in the city from the dean's return early in October. Insurance Loans Real Estate z
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Orlando Friday and Saturday of last
week to arrange for the moving of GERMAN EVANGELIC LUTHERAN
trigger- his restaurant building from its posi- Services Sunday, August 29, 9 a.m., Pair Silk Hose given away at 9 Rentals
tion adjoining the Coca-Cola bottlings including installation of our new pas-
works to the adjoining lot east, whichhe tor, Geo. Trapp. o'clock tonight.
swift in the glid- purchased last spring. The build- I All Lutherans are earnestly invitedto

ing was moved by W. C. Perry. Mr. be present.At .
Emerick will return about the first of Seventh Day Adventist building,
ing get-away, September and make some improvements West Central avenue.L. .
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in the Ga- Wambsganss, pastor.
building.-Daytona 10 cents 5 cents
zetteNews.ICE. --0-
and splendidlyfree NO PREACHING AT PRESBYTE-
RIAN CHURCH
IS A NECESSITYWe ESTABLISHED 1886 '
Owing to the illness of Mr. Guild :
from the there will be no preaching in the
"Who Pays? Thursday.
all opportunity to ice Sunday.Our .
procure
Guild is not seriously ill, but feels un-
slightest jerk or factory will furnish ice to any able to fill the pulpit as he has been Herself alone.
person who needs it today, and all
other Sundays. doing during Dr. Stagg's absence.CATHOLIC I iltiMliillillHIIIIIUMMIIIIIMnimtlMllliilliIt

jump or jolt. 8-29-ltc ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. -CHURCH

Father Felix Ullrich, who was
taken sick some days ago, and has
WILL NOT BE CLOSED TODAY been under the care of a physician at I
one of the local hospitals, has so far !
The new ice factory will not be recovered that he returned to his res- I
closed today, and you can get all the idence yesterday and will say Mass Melts in Your Mouth
ice desired from the platform. After today.
.
$850.00In today the delivery of ice will be madeas --oCIIRISTIAN- ..
. heretofore. 8-29-ltc SCIENCE ,
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Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Ser-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY vices at 11 a. m.; subject "Christ DAILY BULLETINPEACH
"1 Orlando Jesus."

BUGGY FOR SALE-First-class top Wednesday evening service, 7:45.
buggy; strong, and in fine condition. Third floor, corner South Orange .
'. Price reasonable. 202 East Robinson avenue and Church street.
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avenue. 8-29-ltc VANILLA
REAL ESTATE BANK
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WANTED-Permanent roomers; nice The Real Estate Bank is a good institution SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL
clean, newly furnished rooms; all for any town. Its plan appeals PINEAPPLE'Lemon
modern conveniences; shady and cool. to the home builder and partic- Ice ..- Grape'Ice
I. W.I Rates $2 and up. No children. 306 ularly to the small borrower. Its PISTACHIO

East Church street. 8-29-lt stock is good, safe investment, especially CHERRY
in towns where they have no
BOOKKEEPER-Wanted, bj young building and loan associations. Mr. CARAMEL
man, position as bookk apt... Can Cook will-be pleased to discuss the
use typewriter and take light dicta plans of this bank with those inter-
Phillips tion. Best of references, both local ested. 18-29-ltc W e deliver from one quart apHand's
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and 8-29-6t college. Ans. Sentinel, C. L. S.


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. FOR SALE-Five passenger Stude-
FavoriteMONDAY'S
baker automobile, in first-dass con-
& dition; has new mohair top and just
out of the paint shop; will sell cheapfor Pure Ice CreamPhone
cash, or exchange for land. Ad- PROGRAM
dress Box 341. 8-29-3tc Reliance. "The Old Shoemaker."
A drama, in two parts.
SEE H. C. McDANIEL for egg and Falstaff. "A Scientific Mother."
Sons pepper plants; ready to set. A new Comedy. 566 and 666t
7-room house for rent, subject to sale, Komie. "Bill Saves the Day." A
or will sell on liberal terms, overlooking comedy.
Eola park; a real bargah.829.1t' .. Four good reels of Mutual movies.
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OUTLOOK FOR DISPOSING OF TALK NATIONAL DEFENSE THE ITALIAN LANGUAGE FOR II
11AN UNSOLICITED LETTER
NEXT CITRUS CROP IS GOOD MALTA I

Boston, Mass.Military preparedness -
Want to compliment you for' SAYS W. H. MOUSER and national defense and conser- Rome.-It is reported here that the I FOR SALEWill

the excellent work you have done vation of natural resources were the British government out of regard for
for me. Jacksonville, Fla.-Mr. W. H. Mouser -] subjects under consideration at the his: nation has decided that from the

Have been coming to Floridafor sales manager for Chase & Com- concluding meeting of the governors' 4!;nd of the war Italian shall become
and have had work conference today. It was expectedthat the only official language of Malta.
30 the five weeks
years who during past I
pany I offer for sale for few
a daysi
done from Jacksonville to Key has visited the principal markets the division on preparednesswould .

West, St. Augustine to Pensacola throughout the United States and continue beyond the formal ses- Get the news In the Sentinel fast the Orange Avenue,
and I can truthfully say I Canada, calling on Chase & Com- sions and would be taken up at a property corner

have never had such excellent pany's customers and representatives, clam bake at Pemberton tonight.The Jackson and Boone Streets, known as "
work done for me, as you have investigating crop and business conditions forenoon meeting was given

done. The proprietors of the I strengthening and adding to over to the consideration of conser- A. B. Cook & Co. the skating rink property, for $26,000.
Jacksonville and vation.
laundries of the Chase & Company selling organ
Tampa, not to speak of smaller ization, recently returned to Jackson- 30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
places, can come to your place SEA CAPTAIN SUSPENDED -

and learn how to do work. The ville.Mr.. Mouser reports crop conditionsin and interest at six per cent. .
people of Orlando can justly feel the West, Middle West and North Nantes, France.-The marine court
Dealers in Real Estate In-
proud of their Steam Laundry. west very favorable, that business has ordered that Captain Josseau, of -.
the steamship Champagne, which was vestments and Business Oppor-
(Name on application.) conditions in the Eastern factory cen-
wrecked recently while entering the tunities.
ters are good, and that indications
harbor of St. Navaire, be suspendedfrom
point to favorable market conditionson C.A.HOVEY
: Orlando and his command for a week. The
Florida oranges, grapefruit
tangerines.Mr. court thus holds that although a cap- REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS
tain is bound to hand over control of
Steam LaundryFRENCH Mouser stated: "Last year at
. the opening of the season' Florida I his ship to his pilots when entering

DRY CLEANERS found itself in possession of an abnormally port, he nevertheless remains respon- LOANS
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LAUNDERERS large grapefruit crop with I sible. MORTGAGES
PHONE 88 business condition throughout the
country demoralized and the con- TAMPA TURNING OUT MILLION BANK STOCKS The 1aiet

---.- sumptive demand greatly restricted. CIGARS PER DAY TIMBER
"The situation is entirely differentat Tampa, Fla.-Brilliant prospectsare BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

FOR SALE! this time, as the coming grapefruitcrop ahead for the Tampa cigar indus- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE .
try. During the last few weeks there OF ALL KINDS.
short of
promises to run
way
FRESH AND SALT
MEATS .
SCREENS WHAT AM
been in the
last and all indications point to has a vast improvement
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year
SCREENS a heavy consumptive demand right situation. For the week ending Au- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. from the beginning of the season. gust 14, 1,670 cases of cigars were Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
of shipped from this city. This is 8,350- and pure.
John W. Pounds, Agent The large quantities grapefruit }
Box 703 distributed throughout the country 000 cigars-more than a million a What do you We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haveevel'thing

last season and sold at low prices day. in the Meat Line.H. .
created an immense demand, which hope for in a t

should help very materially in mar- STORM FATAL TO 343: M. Self & Co.
Houston Tex.-According to a care- varnish
the
keting at satisfactory prices crop -
DrGMMhDm G, now on the trees. ful checking of all published figures, PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

"Last year at this time California based on official statements, the trop-
of the firm of Drs. Parrish & ical storm that visited the Texas coast
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Valencia oranges of good qualitywere -- -- ------- --
Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located in heavy supply and selling at ten days ago took 345 lives, 276 of jiiEAWON
low which number were on land and 69 September Victor RecordsYOU
indefinitely at Lumsden'sStable extremely prices.
"California Valencias were in pos- on water.
on West Church Street. session of Northern and Western These lists show 20 persons still OUGHT TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING:

The Doctor is a graduate vet- markets and also moving into the unaccounted for and not mentioned in V 1ROT4&wsffEg "Booster Fox Trot" and '

erinarian. A trial will convinceyou East at the time Florida oranges com- the list of dead. "Glad Rags One-Step," By the Victor Military Band.

of his superiority over the menced to go forward. California "La Paloma," (Saxaphone Sextette) by Six Brown Brothers.

uneducated horse .doctor. Examinations Valencias continued available until FOR VISIT WITH HIS SONS "Mrs. Rastus At The Telephone," By Ralph Bingham.

made free of chargeat the early northern California navels John Hanner, of Marion county, "Old Black Joe," By Alma Gluck, with Male Chorus.
were ready for shipment. Conse- Georgia, is in Orlando where he will Two new Hawaiian Songs by Toots Paka Troupe.
the stable. quently, sales of Florida oranges in spend some time visiting his sons of Also many other extra fine records. Come and listen. _
Calls answered by day or the firm of Hanner broth- When you buy varnish for your
markets west and north of St. Louis contracting
floors you hope that it will improvethe W. S. BRANCH
night. and north of Cincinnati were limited ers. appearance of those floors and ,
PHONE NO. 25 and it was necessary to sell the bulk that it will be durable. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE .

i iE ,'of the Florida movement in Southernand J Unfortunately much that is sold for ExclusiveDistributors of Victor,Goods.,
Eastern markets, which, of Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER floor varnish won't realize that hope
for .
course, meant lower prices than would you.Lawson's
E have prevailed if conditions had per- a wonderful Lustro deep Elastic lustrous Floor finish.Varnishhas It is SKATINGLADIES' RINK
mitted heavier sales in the West and easily applied because it works easily. It
is unequalled for durability and will not .
wider distribution; furthermore, on scratch white. It dries absolutely dust-
Bargain I free in from five to seven hours and gets
account of poor business conditions, hard in twenty-four hours.
SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
I the support from Southern marketswas 1 As for economy. Lustro has a covering
limited. Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" capacity that is wonderfuLTry DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY .
of Lustro Elastic Floor .
I out a case
: "At this writing, however, California Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatisfacx -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
I II II I Valencias are in light supply and >ry. INSTRUCTORS.Open .
|selling in Eastern markets at from Made by Valentine & Co.
New house, 8 rooms_ and bath. $4 to $6 per box-more than double 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 the last prices year."Advices. realized at the same time VALSPAR andVALENAMEL Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.ADMISSION .

center of city, east side. I from California indicate ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST., .
I that their Valencias] will probably be I.
For quick sale $3000. Cash or!I lout of the way by the time Florida ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. 1O CENTS

terms. oranges begin to go forward. This All to be had atFINLEY'S
means that Florida oranges will not PIONEER PAINT 1
go up against California Valencia
competition at the beginning of this Phone 204 STORE
CARL DANKWANTED season, and also that the trade and Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. ORLANDO ROOFING

consumers who have been doing with- ,: ANL: oJ
out oranges on account of high prices

ruling on Californias will be anxiousto SHEET METAL CO
secure Florida oranges and willingto
pay good prices." The Orlando Meat MarketT.

Mr. Mouser stated that on accountof .
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
USED business conditions in some sec- A. YANCY,Jr., Manager ,
tions of the country still being far
and Rubber RoofingsCornices
from good and the European and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

FORDSWE Mexican disturbed wars feeling causing in this more country or less,ofa it Florida and Western Meats SkyUghls..Deatlng, ,Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

would not be wise at this time to an-
AND PAY YOU SPOTCASH ticipate high prices for Florida oranges Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Works: 14 E. Church St. : ORLANDO

I and grapefruit, but that he
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
does feel safe in advising Florida
'
growers that indications point to good / Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
: I I'and satisfactory prices. PHONES \Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ae. and Church St. LL -
Chase & Company do business in
I all car lot markets in the United
IF YOU NEEDMONEY Backs Cushions
I States and Canada. They have a Tops ,
large established purchasing trade

among the largest and best jobbers. Rollins College Winter Park: Curtains, Celluloids, Bows
Being large shippers of Florida celery ,

tomatoes, pineapples,etc., in addi- Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,,
tion to Florida citrus fruits, Chase & Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus- PAINTING
AND HAVE ONE FOR SALE Music, Expression, Fine Arts,
Company do not discontinue doing iness, Teachers' Course.
COME business with the trade at the close
heat electric lights, fire protection, fine
Twelve buildings, steam gym.
of the and grapefruit season,
orange Three teachers of
dollar endowment.
nasium, no malaria, quarter-million
but are in close touch with them prac- 'music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberl
tically the entire year. Mr. Mouser new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical' Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
See Mr. Hutton advises that the bulk of Chase &Com and physical laboratories, equipped with very modern device; analysis oi
and I soils, fertilizers, foods, 'water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE Mgr.
pany's grapefruit shipments -
ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON orange boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but undenominational
; are sold at private sale and ;' expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
STREET only a small percentage at auction. 'address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.
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The Morning Sentinel Want West Pine Sreet
Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161

worth Building.
Terms Cash in Adrance. .

r Cement, Agatile Plaster and Lime RATES

For One Day _-______-__25t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW .
For Three Dayg ---_______50c
For Six Dayg -______________75 DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For One Month -------_____$2.50
t I I This rate applies on all ads of
Phone 172
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains -
more than 25 words the rate
Room 5, Watkins Block
I will be one cent per word for Phone 72
each additional word, for each in- .
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sertion. Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,-
If you can't bring your ad to i
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts J. M. CHENEYATTORNEYATLA'V & McNeill Block

i opened by telephone will be
n It 1t1 payable the following day.

# I Victor Starbuck
Every Home-Every Business Phone 87 .
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I ; 1 I FOR SALE No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland. Fla. "
R. RAY WHITEATfORNEYAT

I MULES FOR SALE 1
Pair nice mare mules in geod condi-' LAW
tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul-
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Ap- Room 44 .
ply P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf RefiningCo. F. A. PEPPERCORN
., Orlando, Florida717tfc Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
FOR. QUICK SALE-20 acre tract I
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

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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 It.
37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly
and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I SURVEYING ARCHITECT
WANTEDWANTEDA
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you.
Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building,Orlando,
house of from 6 to 12
Gas Make PleasureGAS I rooms, modern, in Winter Park. Florida.
New Cabinet Ranges Cooking a
Will lease for a year from about Oc- PROMPT AND ACCURATE
tober 15. Address Box A,Lake Wales, WORK Member F. A. A.
COOKERY IS COOKERY WITHOUT THE GUESSWORK, WITHOUT THE UNCERTAINTY.You Fla. 8-26-Gt

never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas HAL A. IRISHCivil
Range. And then if you wish to dose the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire GUAVAS WANTED-By the bushel.
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. Orlando Seed and Produce com. Engineer
pany. Phone 166. 8-28-2tc

LOST-Crooked handle umbrella with 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. '
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gold knob on the end and initialsJ.
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO F. M. on the name plate. Was left
at McElroy's soda fountain last Tuesday Phone 72
evening. Finder will please re-
GAS DEPARTMENTMllintlilMilltltMllliimiMIIMIM turn and get reward. J. F. McKinnon. -
I 8-28-3t* I Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAHSDEU

RIDE in Hamrick's Bus I OPTOMETRIST
Jitney one
A hour, 12 miles ,for 30c. 8-28-tfc and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO FLORIDA

I WH FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
BUYERS AND SELLERS
'' Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
I
buy, sell rent, and exchange: real IOPTICAL.
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,I ORLANDO, FLA. .REPAIRINGCut
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$20,000,000. Call and see me. -
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. I

FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn I Economy InSpraying Flowers I

swings, and all kinds of carpenter
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES( ( work Church, go street.to Tracy & Moore- 7-25-lmoc, 18 East and Plants


To reduce our stock as much as pos
OCOEE FLORIDA sible by the 15th, will give a discountof Floral Designs
25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in store. Ham- Get the BEST spray-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf
,ing oil. Spray at the
Umbrellas recovered and repaired Jolel Dell Florist.
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- "while Shop 21 you E.: wait Pine,"St.at Young's 24lyrRACKARD'S Repair I right time with the

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest right mixture. J. M. CARUTHERS
PRESSING CLUB
Texaco Parafine Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
.- prices :: ( :: :: ::
Located in the Arcade Building
Cervus Oil
All work guaranteed and neat-
ly done. Our work is the best
and our prices are the lowest. I Tests 32 degrees Bamme
The is the best time to set
rainy season This is the place to have your

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep old clothes made new. CLINT BASS

one year's growth in advance of trees set Suit scrubbed dry cleaned and, pressed60c.pressed75c.Suit M. O. Dovell!! PHONE 375

next fall. 'Suit pressed _____________40c. West Jefferson Street
!All Palm Beaches scrubbedand & Son Successor to
----- --- pressed _____________50c
!{Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood CompanyWood

\ Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest I 106 Grace StreetPhone
We do ladies' work also. Give of All Kinds
prices, to the above address us a trial and be convinced. 283-2 Rings
SERVICE
Clothes called for and delivered. Our wagons are al- PROMPT

REASONABLE PRICE.
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PESSIMISTICBerne Tampa, Fla.-Permanent plans for London.-"11 is suggested that the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

Switzerland.-The "Bataille rendering aid to persons out of work J. Thurber came to St. Cloud American government will be satis-
of German sub-
a French socialistic' will be discussed and arrangements Friday last to see what could be done fied if commanders

publication Syndicaliste,,in its last issue to arrive formulated by a committee of iiti- for his grandson, Clarence Hall, who marines always warn their passenger vessels in- Saturday and Monday SpecialsThe
and place passengers
several different interests bed for
here, draws pessimistic picture. It zens representing has been confined to his some "
before sinking the vessel, says
whirh will meet one week weeks with white swelling of his boats
says"All: men from the rural districts I from today. At a meeting held in + I the Spectator. "We do not believe store that will always save you money; and where you will always

between the ages of 18 and 45 years the board of trade rooms yesterday knee.Mr.. Thurber is from Randalman, for a moment that America would get a square deal; both in quality and quantity.It .
are at the front and more than one- afternoon temporary arrangementswere ; N. C. After consulting with local consent to this caricature of satisfy- will always be our pleasure to serve you. Give us a trial and be

fifth of them have already been killed made to care for the situation. physicians it was decided to take Mr.I ing international law and humane convinced.The .J

or permanently disabled. It is impos- Members of the committee are W. G. Hall to Orlando Monday and have his customs. season on Apples is now open; we have some fine ones we are 'T\ ,

sible to overestimate the effects of Brorein, president of the associated leg removed, this being the only "Imagine placing women and chil- offering at .. ..... . .... ... ......... .50 cents per peck
this terrible loss. There are not charities; Rev. J. D. Lewis, presidentof means of saving his life. dren in small boats sixty miles from Lemons, per dozen . . . .. .. ... ... .. ..... ... ... .17c
farmers and laborers left to the Latin charity association; Mr. The trouble with Mr. Hall's' leg is land in a high winter sea and piercingcold Fox River, Blue Valley and Gold Seal Butter, per Ib .. .. . . 33e
enough .. .
Ybor City and saying that their safety was Sugar, 16 pounds for . . $1.00
of the
cultivate more than two-thirds of the Oglesby, manager of long standing.The Sliced Bacon, per pound .30cFull
land next year and the industries suf- relief station; Celestine Vega and B. Tribune joins with Mr.: Hall's provided for. Now we are sure if vinghan's Cream She se, per pound ... .20c
The of Francecan Cosio, of the Tampa Clear HavanaManufacturers' friends in wishing him a speedy Germany means to prevent America Pure Lard per pound, Saturday and Monday .
fer likewise. exports association P. G. many from taking action of some kind she Large Pail Snowdrift Lard . .. . .. ..... .. ... .. . .. .. 95c;
not be increased in many years ; recovery.-St. Cloud Tribune. will have to change her policy dras- 5 pound pail Snowdrift Lard ... .. .. ........ ..:: .. .: 30c
and the talk of capturing the marketsof Wall and Nick Wolf, representing the Jest Ham per pound . .. . ... .. ... ..... .18c, 19c. and 20 cents
Germany is ridiculous. Even if the Tampa merchants; Adam Katz, rep- GREECE FAVORING ALLIES tically. Best Breakfast Bacon per pound .... ..... .. .. .. .............. ... 22 jC'
allies should destroy Germany and its resenting the Ybor City merchants; icknic Hams, loc. pound; Boneless and Smoked Bacon per pound.for. .lOc 18c'abbage
pounds
industries, France would reap no ben- John Turner, of the Tampa Rotary I of the JAPANESE ENTHUSIASTICTokio. Best Head, Onion Rice, and pound Northern 7c.;Turnips..3 Jap Rice, 4 pounds for ... .. .. .. .. .25c
efit from this, as England and the club; :Mr. Ortega, secretary of the \! Paris.-Representatives entente Fresh Grits and per Meal, 9 pounds for . . ..... ... .. ..... .. .. . .25c
United States would grab the whole cigarmakers union. II powers and Greece, accordingto .The decision of the govern- All can Meats price the same as last week.
a dispatch from Athens to the ment to utilize all available means of 1 Cans of Sardines Saturday and Monday for..2 c
commerce of the empire. France, Havas hate reached an agree- of Tall Pink Salmon, Saturady and Monday, per can ... .. .. ... ... . .. .9c
with a decimated population, will ALLEGE AGREEMENT BARDANELLES agency increasing the production war munitions :2! Bottles of Ketchup, Saturday and Monday for ..... .. .... .15cI ;
ment upon greater trade privileges for the allies particularly .. .. ..... .25c
have to be glad if the present indus- FUTURE I cans -pound Tomatoes 23c.; 3 cans Corn for. .. .. .
between the countries which has pro- I. Russia, has aroused greatest enthu- 2-lb. can VanCamp Blue Ridge and Clipper Brand Peas, per can .. .. lOc
tries and exports can be kept up. i duced an impression that public opin- siasm. High officials are arrang- 7 cans tall VanCamps Gold or Globe Cream for .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. 50c
Berlin.-Clauses of an alleged con- ion in Greece favors the allies. army 1 cans small VanCamps Gold or Globe Cream for ...'..... .. ... .. .25c
COUSINS STRANGELY MEET tract entered into by Great Britain, ing the details with manufacturers 3 cans Van Camps Hominy for . . .. ... ... .. .. .. .. . 23c:
France and Russia regarding the future Henceforth all importations to preparatory to enlarging arsenals and 2! cans 3-pound Table Peaches for. . .. ..... ... ... .... .... .. .23c;
Greece will be allowed without hin- factories.It 1 1 can 3-pounds Pie Peaches or Apples for .. .. .. ... ... .. ... lOc
and the Dar-
Vienna.-A strange scene was enacted of Constantinople drance on the basis of trade statistics. understood that France and Rumford or Calumet Baking Powder, 1-pound can ..... ......... ..... .22c
a few days ago in the Austrian danelles are printed by the Vienna is Yalter Bakers Cocoa half-pound can for .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... ... .. .. ..22c:
prison camp at Goedig. When a new Allgemeine Zeitung. The provisionsof Greece undertakes to prevent re-ex- England have guaranteed paymentfor test Ground Coffee( fresh shipment, per pound .. .... .... ..... .... .17c
of Russian prisoners was the agreement as printed by the portation to the central powers or these supplies. Jest Green Coffee fresh shipment, per pound ..... .. .... .... ..... .. .18c
transport Turkey and to permit free transit to White House Coffee, per pound . . . .... ...... .. ... .. .. .33c
brought in one of them, a strapping newspaper were: Greece of all goods destined for Bulgaria Maxwell House Coffee, per pound . .. .. ...... ............. ... .. 31c
young fellow, with outstretched arms "First-England and France will do STATE HEALTH BOARD TO MEET Bliss Coffee, per pound . . .. .. .. .. .... ..... ....... ... ... .27c
to one of the Austrian sol everything possible to force the Dar- and Serbia. 4 1 packages Quaker Corn Flakes for .. .. .... .............. .... .. .25c;
ran up Constantinople Partisans of the allies comment 3! packages KellogRs Corn Flakes for .. .. .. .... ... ........ ....... . .%5c
. diers on guard to embrace and kiss danelles, open a way to upon this first act of Venizelos as an Palatka, Fla.- Chairman F. J. 2! packages Shredded Wheat for. .. .. ... .. .................... ... ....25c
him, joyously, and the Austrian, with and take the Turkish capital. for further nominations. Fearnside of the state board of health 2! packages Grape Nuts for . ... .. ..... ... .. ...................25c
tears in his eyes, returned the ca- "Second-Russia will, where possible augury of that board to :Mothers Oats and National Oats, each, package ................. .. .9c
the British and French I has called a meeting Yelches Grape Juice, quart for .. ... ... ...... .......... .... .. . .40cWelches
ress.The support ELECTION be held in Jacksonville on August 30, Grape Juice pint for. .. .... .. .... .. ..... ...... ....... .. .22c
two soldiers were cousins. II from the Bosphorus. I HOLDS THIRD BOND the purpose of the meeting being to Armours Grape Juice, pint for ... ..... .. .... .. .................. 20c
Their fathers, Hungarian farmers, "Third-Constantinople and the formulate rules and regulations for ,Armours Grape Juice, quart for ... ... ... .. . ........ .... . .35c
parted many years ago, and one of Dardanelles will go to Russia. Leesburg, Fla.-On Saturday of I the enforcement of certain acts of the r Gallons Coal Oil for ......... .... .. ... ...... ........ .... .. .. 60c
them settled in Russia, where he be- "Fourth-This contract is to be next week Leesburg will take its third these is that the lowest.
last legislature. Among Ask for our prices on Feed. Our prices are
came naturalized. In the spring of kept a secret from Roumania, since vote for sewer bonds. The two for- providing for an inspection of the Visit our store tomorrow and see our display of fresh Vegetables"
last this Russian sent his eldestson its publication might influence Rou- mer elections resulted in defeat for
year pupils of the public schools of the Give us your order early so that we may have time to .deliver it.
to Hungary to study agriculture, mania's attitude unfavorably. the proposition, but it is believed this state relative to their physical fitness.
and there the two cousins met for the "Fifth-Russia contracts to press time the issue of $35,000 will carry. I

first time. forward to Berlin by the end of March One reason for this is that the valua- KULTUR FOR THE MOSLEMS Forage Grocery Company '
Then the war broke out. The Rus- at the latest." tion of city property has almost dou-

sian was called home to enter the bled since the election two years ago, TELEPHONE 638

Czar's army and his Hungarian rela- JEWISH HOLIDAYS EARLY THIS this valuation now being $525,000. A Berlin.-Turkish educational authorities -
tive' joined the colors of the dual YEAR mass meeting will be held Friday have decided to call fourteen

monarchy. Both have been severely The Jewish holidays will occur evening for the purpose of acquainting German professors to become mem- ItlllMIMItMtltMMIIIMItMliittlMMtMIUtltllMSAVE

wounded, but their strong constitu- much sooner this year than usual. all citizens with the exact condi- bers of the faculty of the Universityof

tions pulled them through. The holidays of the Jewish calen- tions, the system to be constructed, Constantinople. Most of them MONEY !

dar, counting the year 5675, will be and with the cost. On the present have already been selected.
NEW FLORIDA POSTMASTERS valuation the tax for the first year They must lecture in the Turkish
observed Thursday, September 9,
on low-
Groceries at the
will have in By trading with us. We are selling
and
new year, or Rosh Hoshana, and Sep- will be five and one-fourth mills,grad- language a year
Augustus S. Fortner has been appointed tember 19th, the Day of Atonement, ually reducing until the end of the pe- which to learn it before beginning est possible prices.BARGAINS .

postmaster of Douglass, Cal- or Yom Kippur. riod. work at the university. FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAYSelf

houn Florida. J. C. Stockstill
county, -- Rising Flour, 20 cent package . . . lOc
recently resigned the office and Fort- ilMIOm .
ner succeeds him. IlililllililMltlflMltlMlllliltlliillMMItMHtMltlMIMfltiillM Tomatoes, per can . . . . . . . .5c

The town of Taft, Florida, has a w F Peas, 15 cent size . . . . . . . lOc
.
new postmaster. Taft is in Orange Roxane Cake Flour, package . . . . . 20c

county. George Brinckley succeedsC. Sunbeam Potato Flour, 2 packages . . . 25c

H. Hartley in that office. "Oakland Six"A Van Camp Tomato Soup, 3 cans. . . . . "25c
Other new Florida postmasters are:
Mary: Esthes, Santa Rosa county, r Stuffed Olives, per bottle . . . . . lOc

Willie F. Pryor. Maraschino Cherries, per bottle . . . . lOc

Turkey Creek, Hillsborough county, Mallo Icing . . . . . . . . .20c

Roan A. Hendrix. STUDY of the specifications, while convincingto Green Seal Salad Dressing bottles . . . .25c

The postoffice department accepteda English Walnuts, per pound . . . . . .20c
proposal of Charles H. Brown is sufficient to impart evenan
pres- the trained motorist, not Wright Salad Dressing, 35 cent size . . . .20c ,
ident of the Sponge Exchange bank,
of Tarpon Springs, for a new lease approximate idea of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can Ginger Ale, 15 cent bottle . . . . . lie

running five years on the present be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learnof 3 Wheat Flakes for . . . . . . . 25c

postoffice quarters in that town. its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a 3 cans Corn for . . . . . . .-. 25c

M close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in

AUTOMOBILE EXPORTS OF U. S. this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS
FOR PAST YEAR $67,234,633
a surprisingly low cost. Our Grocery CompanyTwo

New York.-American automobile The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it
manufacturers exported 37,870 motor Phones: 3 and 200
will give enduring service.
vehicles valued at $60,254,635, with Orlando Fla.
6 and 8 E. Pine ;
parts valued at $7,000,000, making to- I I

tal exports of the automobile indus- :, Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric System : lill IIUIIIHIIIHittlMltlHMIItMIIMilIM8MltCAREY I

try $67,254,635 for the year ending Xo car is complete to day without a standard .
Six will seat five .
June 30, or an increase of 100 percent The Oakland without crowding. The passengers driving electric starting;, lighting and ignition system. .
over the sales of the previous comfortably has plenty of leg room, even fora The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy. .
compartment
button with .
You down the starting
twelve months, according to depart- tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra simply press This is ,
foot and the engine goes. system
The your
46 inches.
ment of commerce figures and infor- wide, the rear seat measuring which is chargedby
operated by a storage battery
cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, giv-
HANDI
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mation the National Au- the
compiled by ing real comfort to the passangers. The trim- generator.
tomobile Chamber of Commerce, ming is genuine machine-buffed leather. I
nounced here tonight. an-\\ Great Strength with Light Weight Classic ConstructionA

Trucks exported to Europe have increased The Oakland principle is exemplified of sturdy in constructionwith this new tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steelis FUNERAL DIRECTORAND

from 784 to almost 4,000. model.light The weight car weighs less than 2100 pounds, used. The rear springs clamp directly to The the EMBALMER .
frame members insuring great strength.
England, it is stated, was the best which means for the owner, low upkeep cost, its
sill of the body rests on the frame for en-
customer, taking 13,934 trucks and great tire and gasoline mileage. tire length without overhang, giving it a firm, oj
passenger cars, valued at $21,149,000, secure foundation. This Oakland construction
Power and Speed
while France was second with 5,441 eliminates the unsightly side apron usually : All calls answered Promptly Dayor
vehicles valued at $13,776,000. The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor found between the body and running board. .
will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all .
Passenger car exports to Canada the flexibility and smooth running qualities a Hotchkiss Drive : Night. Hand Block.
and South America fell off. Six should have, and is very responsive to the
throttle. The driving power is applied to the rear : Florida.
axle and wheels without shock or jar, the Orlando ..
1911 GOLD YIELD
$94,531,800
Low Center of Gravity
rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc- ,
Like all' Oakland models, the weight of this tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping, PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
Washington, D. C. The total pro- car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives unusual I
duction of gold in the United Statesin side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort.
the calendar' year 1914 was $94- and rack the frame and ,driving mechanism.This .
makes the car eas- Other Features
low center of gravity
531,800, according to a statement by
ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in.
Robert W. Wooley, director of the Left hand drive with center control. Gear
lever of the ball and socket type.
mint. In the time silver the shifting
same to Vacuum Gasoline System
Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake
value of $40,067,700 was produced.The The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is ab- drums. Horn button in center of steering
STATION
production of gold was $5,647,400and solutely automatic. You can forget you have wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim. AUTO %WASUING ;
of silver $3,126,400 greater than it on the car. No air pump to get out of orderor One-man top. with clamps to windshield without -
production for the year before. leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in
gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument toard.:
The decrease in the gold productionwas all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallonof Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
mainly in two states, Nevada, gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad run-

$441,200, and Utah, $193,300, while of the car where it belongs. ning boards. REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic ..1
the increase was in Colorado $1,792-
700; Alaska, $1,345,900; California, Known as "The Handy Man." ,

$1,010,600, and Montana ,$822,700.The $795.00 f. o. b. FactoryJ. -- ---+- J
largest gain in silver was in ,
WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any machine
Idaho, $1,712,500; California, $331-
Work guaranteed.
400; Arizona, $291,700; Alaska, $276- parts. ,

100, and Utah, 243200.
B. Magruder, Jr., Distributor GASOLINE AND OIL 1

NO GERMAN CENSUS

Freeman V. D. Phillips, MgrFRE."iCH ':i
Berlin.-The German census for .

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TABLE SIRUP FROM WASTE SIZING UP THE CITRUS SECTION the Russian army. Thus they saved
Specials for Satur-
MELONS themselves and upwards of 50,000

-y Outlook is Promising for a Good and helpless men and women with chil- and
day MondayBest
hi- Washington, D. C.-A delicious table Well Handled Crop of OrangesMr. dren, who had flocked there from the
surrounding villages. But this heroic
water-
sirup can be made from
melons and affords to the farmer, according A. R. Sandlin and his guests, deed caused intense irritation to the
Turks and Kurds, and it cost the
to the fruit juice specialists the committee appointed by the Ocala Patent Flour-
of the United States Department of Citrus Packing House Association to lives of many more thousands of Ar- 12 pound sack for __________50c
Agriculture, a convenient means of go with him and inspect different menians in the districts of Bitlis, Mar- I I 24 pound sack for _________$1.00
using the surplus watermelons which packing houses in the Lake region din and Diarbekir. 7 packages of 5c. size Toilet

". { 1 otherwise are allowed to spoil in the section, returned last night from Speaking of the Christian popula- Paper for -________________..25c
field. Such sirup has been made by their trip of nearly 300 miles. In the tion of these regions, a circular of the Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2

farmers in a small way in various party were Messrs. S. T. Sistrunk, E. American Board of Foreign Missions, pounds for ____________..___25c
parts of the South, ana the depart- L. Carney of Ocala, Mr. Brooks of under date of August 4, says:"The Tomato Catsup, 25c size for ___20c
t ment endeavored to work out exact Oklawaha and Mr. J. H. Mathews of' suffering among them is beyond description Imported Lemons per dozen____20c
method of making it as a possible Candler. and the need of help immediate Scratch Feed, Grits and Meal,

by-product from surplus melons. This The gentlemen made their first and overwhelming." 9 pounds for ___________.25c
Most heart-rending is the fate of Pure Ground Coffee 5 Ibs for ___90c
sirup can be used immediately or cane stop Thursday at Leesburg, where ,
? bottled hot in sterilized jars and they went through one of the big the inhabitants of many towns in Ar- Good White Meat, per pound ._,15c
kept just as is done in the canning of packing houses there. From there menia and Asia Minor who have been Ginger Ale, per dozen bottles._$1.25

fruit. It is reddish brown in color, they went to Tavares and inspecteda exiled wholesale, and whose homes Grape Juice, per bottle, pints ___25c

very sweet and well flavored, and will packing house there, thence to Eus- and lands have, been given to Mohammedan quarts -----------__________50c
serve most of the purposes for which tis, and looked over one packing immi"".ants from Balkan coun- Irish Potatoes, per peck of 15

0 sirup is used in the home. It has house, thence to Umatilla, where tries. The men of these families have pounds for --------_________25c
been tried with satisfactory results in three houses were inspected, and thento been detained for some unknown pur- 7 Packages Washing Powders, 5c

making ginger cake, home made can- Orlando, where they spent the pose, and the women and children sent size for -----------________25c
dy and as a sweetening and flavoringin night and inspected three houses. to distant parts in Mesopotamia and California Peaches Pears, Plums,

ice cream. Yesterday, Friday, they went to Konia, to live in unhealthy places or and Apricots, per can -_______20c
4.1d.4THE As the specialists point out, while Winter Park and viewed the "brag rather to perish, far from friends and -

the juice of commercial watermelons', packing house of the state," as it coreligionists.From .
BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM such as the "Tom Watson," containon was called when erected by Mr. Tem- under this terrible weight of Honest Weights and Measures

an average only about 7 per cent. ple, the father of the Florida Citrus woe Armenia appeals to the kind-
"The Hoosier Cabinet Saves Steps"The of sugar, or 'less than many other I Exchange. From there the party hearted American people.' The Arme-
nian colonies established in the United Cash
the with which the I Grocery Co.
fruit juices, ease went to Maitland where they went
low of this wonderful labor-saving machineon States and in other of the world
price off- parts
juice can be pressed out partly all over the huge packing house built 648 7 E. Church st.
the Hoosier fact- have made efforts relieve Telephone
the club plan is fixed everywhere by sets the low sugar content. The by Mr. Sandlin himself. This houseis great to
ory. You pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms. methoU' described below calls only for 130x180 feet, is owned by Walter their people in the mother country.
Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and in household They have already raised among
utensils found every : Drennen Co., and is a beauty, it hasa
have it save two hours from your kitchen work tomorrow. Directions for Making Watermelon double outfit, each capable of pack- themselves, and sent to the proper

OSCAR HAND & SON Table Sirup ing five car loads a day, or ten cars agencies for distribution, hundreds of I $3.00Pablo
thousands of dollars. But the
Remove the pink flesh and seeds when both are running. They went miseryis
from the rind of sweet, fully ripe mel- back to Orlando for dinner yesterday so great and so wide-spread that

ons. Crush the flesh with a potato and then went to Winter Gar- help from other sources is urgently Beach

masher or by running it through a den, where they called on our former needed.
JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONS1Sanford meat chopper. Place the crushed citizen G. J. Strozier, onw growingrich The American Relief Fund Committee AND
ST. in cloth and makes the present appeal to the
pulp and seed bags, in that prosperous section, and
Atlantic Beach
I American public in the firm hope that,
,
squeeze out the juice, which flows out then on to Tildenville, and the South
readily. About five-sixths of the pulp Lake Apopka Association's house, one moved with humanitarian feelings, the AND RETURNSeptembei'Jih
to JacksonvilleAND will squeeze out as juice. About 13 of the very best in the state, and men and women of this country will
of the will make 1 gallon extend a helping hand to this unfortunate -
gallons juice from there to Mount Verde and on
RETURN of sirup. This amount of juice home via Leesburg.The and long-suffering nation of

can ordinarily be secure from 10 party saw almost every sized the East. VIA i
watermelons weighing from 22 to 25 packing house, and machinery of dif- Contributions to the American Ar-

. $7 .00 pounds each. ferent sizes and capacity and most menian Relief Fund may be sent to Atlantic Coast Line
The juice is then boiled down into all of the different manufacturers.They Brown Brothers & Co., Treasurers,

a sirup in an ordinary preserving ket- now have a good idea of pack- 59 Wall St. New York City. Standard Railroad of the South ;

Including meals and berth tle. The juice boils without much ing houses and packing house ma- Sincerely yours, For tickets or information call on
foaming until it begins to thicken, chinery and how to them and GEO. A. ROWELL, Sec. .
arrange Atlantic Coast Line Tcket Agent. i
Tickets sale. Return limit 5 days
now on .
P.
Messrs. Brown
Bros.
when the fire should be slackened to this information will be of great val- & Co.
will transmit all funds in J. G. KIRKLAND
LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER prevent foaming and burning. The ue to them in the work to be donein equal parts,
to the Katolikos Division Passanger Agent Tampa. i
Supreme Patriarch,
red coloring matter in the juice coagulates Ocala.
'-' and of it of all the Armenians, at Etchmiadzin, TICKETS SOLD FOR ALL REGU-
OSCEOL..A.: during boiling part Mr. Sadler, a director of the Exchange -
at the foot of Mount Ararat LAR TRAINS. :;
Rus-
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rises to the surface where it can be met the party at Tildenville,
removed The remainder sian Armenia, and to Mr. W. W. Peet, Limited to leave Jacksonville, 9.30
by skimming. and gave them a great deal of infor-
Leaves Sanford Mon. Wed. and Fri. 11:30 A. M. Treasurer of the American Board of
floats about in the juice formingred mation and one of the directors was p.m., September 7th.

A combination daylight and searchlight trip particles which gather near the with them at Tavares.Mr. Missions, Constantinople, Turkey. 1'S
Toward the last of the boilingthe B. -,
top. E. Morrell, of Tampa, chief
of 400 miles through the heart of Florida sirup must be watched constantly.If packing house inspector for the Exchange "Let your love to life be love to /

the housewife has a candy ther- will be in Ocala Monday and your highest hope, and let your high- Get Behind a
Clyde St. Johns River Line mometer she should take the sirup will stay with the committee as longas est hope be the highest thought of

from the fire as soon as it reaches a his services or advice can be of life.Nietzsche.ARCADE. CPeU4mv'and
temperature of 220 degrees Fahrenheit any assistance to them. I I.Je

otherwise she should let it cook The committee will now be practi- enjoy a really cool, dry, tweet I
until a small sample on cooling is cally in continuous session till all imoke. The Wellington Pipe wont a
Shall I Go To boil, won't gel ouL
Where School
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about as thick as maple sirup. .plans for the house have been settled I.. -
When the boiling has finished, the I upon and the machinery bought 4" As.ricaCox
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY sirup can be set aside to cool in cov- and the house leased or its construction ia and

WOMEN Gainesville Fla. ered vessels or can be poured while commenced. MILKDEPOT .pick rarh.arie duv4. -
Tallahassee Fla hot into and sealed in 2Sc.35e Oe,
cans or glass The committee is much pleased over ) oaISayAl
Highest standards, ranking with the "
Standard the same as those of the containers. its trip and all of the members
best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the
f Where cider is available the
country. North and East. a press saw something new and some of
Modern buildings and equipment melons can be cut into pieces and them had never seen that part of the
; I 378 students last session. Total enrollment arranged on the so that the state.
all modern conveniences. press They are very grateful to :Mr.
437 students regular term; 163 630, including Summer pressure will extract the juice of the Sandlin for the fine trip and the op-
summer term; total enrollment last School. before it the rind. The :
pulp
session 636.Tuition presses I portunity he gave them to see so BUTTER MILK A
Free in College and Normal Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per juice of the rind is not so rich in much that is of value to them

School. semester for law. sugar, and experiments with rind Ocala Star.LETTERS. Fresh Every Day. You want to see this new
ForCatalogue and information, juice alone indicate that it is not suit- 5c. per glass
For further information, address
write I able for sirup. 25c. package Spider is introducing to 1
EDWARD CONRADI. President. A. A. MURPHREE President.IMIMtMIMftttMIMtlliilliMMMMIOIMiMHIIilllli. TO THE SENTINEL per gallon
To Remove Red Coloring MatterIf
the market-its the swellest
it is desired to make sirup free CREAM AND MILK ..
American Armenian Relief Fund ..
from red particles, start the sirup New York. BUTTER thing out in the way of little
wiling and when some of the
lated matter has been removed coagu-by Editor Sentinel-Will you kindly' Fresh Homemade Cigars. .J Ii j
I ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMYST. permit us to bring to the notice of ; '
skimming, transfer the juice to tall your readers the present sad condi- SANDWICHESPIES See him at the : -
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA glass jars or other tall containers and
tion of the Armenian people in their AND CAKES
Established 1866 .allow it-to- settle and cool for a few native land.Among _.
hours. This allows the red particlesto
the greatest sufferers by
settle to the bottom. The upper Good and Bad .
High-Class Boarding School for ladies in charge of the European war have been the Ar- ,
young part of the juice can then be pouredoff MilK y 7
ARCADE DEPOT
Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic and menians. Their condition is even
and boiled into
non-Catholic families of this and other states. Buildings splendidly sirup. worse than that of the Belgians. Cigar Store
equipped with all modern conveniences. Delightful and healthy l
Massacres the
location in quaint and artistic Ancient City. Course thorough, em- by Kurds and Turks
bracing al branches requisite for a solid and refined education. 'WIN NOTABLE VICTORY" have again broken out, accompaniedwith Orange Avenue
Music, Painting, languages, Comercial Course. Terms moderate.For atrocities. A multitude of Ar-
full particulars, write I London.-Cable dispatches giving menians whose homes had been ruined

SISTER SUPERIOR. details of the German ambassador, and burned have fled across the fron- $$2 2 St AugustineAND

illllllllllllllMIMIM II"1,1 Milt 11I11 III liD I Count von Bernstorff, report that Ger- tiers from Turkey and Persia into MODEL KINDERGARTEN
man submarines had been instructedto Russia. There are about 100,000 of

attack no more merchantmen with- these refugees, most of them women SCHOOL '.

out warning are displayed prominently and children. "Never in my life haveI RETURNMONDASEPT. I MISS LEY, Director :.
.. today in the London newspapers.The seen such suffering," writes Tol-
Opens Monday September 27 .
,
PERCENt Westminster Gazette says: stoy's: daughter Alexander, who is
"If Count von Bernstorff is 6 in Primary room, First Metho-
25 DiscountFor speak- serving with the Red Cross near the
dist Church. Froebel System,
ing with full authority the American frontier. Some of the refugees in
government can lay claim to havingwon her hospital had their hands and feet graded work. Beginners, first
PIlAtlantic and second grades 3 to
pupils
a notable victory.
very cut off. All were emaciated and in

the benefit of our customers I tatters. They are not only destitutebut 5 years For particulars of age. phone 221, or
WILL BE SENT TO NEW ORLEANS broken-hearted, many having seen Coast LineStandard
call at 14 East Jackson Street
,
their husbands and children slaugh-
we will give a 25 I after September 1st.
Portland, Ore., Aug. 27.-Thomas tered before their eyes. According toa

per cent cash discount on Erskine, British consul for Oregon, I later dispatch from Tiflis, under Railroad of the South

Washington, Idaho, Wyoming and date of August 10th, 225,000 Armen-

t. all goods sold during the Alaska, received notice today that he I I ians have abandoned their country The Cathedral School
would be transferred to New Orleans I with the retreating Russian army, and Special Train -

month of July and August. January 1, 1916, to take charge of are taking refuge in TransCaucasia.In .
\ British interests. Turkey, where every ablebodiedman LEAVES ORLANDO 2 P.M. -----

has been forced into the army, Tickets limited to September 8 Orlando's Select Boarding and Day .1
62 AVIATORS IN FOUR GROUPS the condition of the women and children School for Girls

BOMBARD MILL is even worse, the ravages of 16th Year opens October 6th 1915 ..
Hammond & GoreFUNERAL famine and pestilence being added to Special train returning leaves Primary, Intermediate and Academic a-J

Paris.-Sixty-two French aviatorson those of Kurdish savagery. In one St. Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8 Grades .
DIRECTORS() AND EMBALMERS. August 25 flew over a Germanarms town not a grown person was found, Also Music, Art, Elocution Physical 'j'
factory to the north of Sarre- only 500 orphans.The Culture and Domestic Science.
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI. Orlando, Fla. louis' throwing down a total of more Armenians of Van were suc- For Information Call on For Catalogues address the Rector 1Rey.

than 150 shells. Thirty were of large cessful in repulsing the attacks of the D. W. WHITE D. T. A. Roderick P. Cobb, A. 1L, ... t.
I caliber. Kurds and Turks until the arrival of W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. Orlando Fla.

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Dr. W. Kilmer, who has been spending .
.. a couple of weeks in Fernandinawith ;"J_" : ; ?
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.- .'. his '.
-H 4 ; daughter, Mrs. W. G. Claire, 1
returned home yesterday afternoon. : '.
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Mr. Whitney Wright, who has been '
.t making a general tour of the Southern -
Travel in Panamaand States, returned to Orlando yes- FOR EVERY "; t

terday afternoon.
everywhere: on American territory, ia simplified by "A.B.A." .
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
ifcccepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would "Where there's life there's Hup."
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These cheques 18226tcMrs. $10 A WEEK
are business.*l/'lJ.ntifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for :- I
or pleasure.
i John Saults, of Orlando, is returning -
)' The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" to that city 'after a visit ; 4< : .
"JI SPEND
among friends in St. Petersburg. She YOF

t ":elf-. .... : departed today and went by way of ..
:;!\ a1 "y.I. Tampa.-St. Petersburg Independent.Dr. .

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r--i.-. E. R. Prince and daughter, Mrs. ,-
R .' Hill, who have been visiting relativesin 1:
;
Tampa for some weeks, arrived in
Orlando yesterday afternoon and left -, .
I : shortly afterwards for: their home in -
YOU SAVE
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p 'I O I
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.

-- 18-21-tf $10 A YEAR .
Mr. C. P. Dow, cashier of the Peoples .
National Bank of Orlando, left
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
Coast Line for Westport, Me., wherehe .
.. will join Mrs. Dow and the little t;
? ones who are spending the summer '


hiPiyZ'j ii J ard.there.Get your next shave at the 18-21-tf Stand- IF I YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS, :



:Miss Julia Pomeroy, who was expected ,. .
home on Thursday from Aurora -
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Iowa, where she had been spend- I.
ing the past month with friends, did ..
not reach Orlando until yesterday afternoon '.- .
on account of the rains and
storms which tied up traffic. ,; : ..

i .- How much did you save last monthin The Peoples'' National' Bank

cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf .
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Mr. Allan Cohoon will leave Mon- ,
day to visit Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, .'
I Dayton, Cleveland, and several of the
representative cities in other states in t .
the interest of the Cohoon Packing
Spring WaterIS company. He will be absent from .
Orlando for the next six weeks.


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. 1111111111111111111111111.11111111111111111111111111111111 11I111111111111111111IJII"r'IIIIII
IS SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, 18-18-tf

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD ..ttlllll"IIIII'I'I'IIII'IIIII "uiiiiniitiiiiiiiiiiiiHuon
Mr. Guy Empie stopped over in Or-

lando yesterday afternoon to spend

Phone WRIGHT, 444 Sunday with his father, :Mr. J. L.

Empie, and will go to Tampa this

TRY Better TRY afternoon where he is the manager of

BEST ITNoticeToFord the Western Union Telegraph office.
t rr New Studebaker Cars

-'. .-- Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent interest fore
you. 8-12-tf
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.. Guests registering at the San.8:'Juan Here This Week
I hotel yesterday included W. B. Fud- .
Rr t ger C. N. Robinson, Jacksonville; W. ..;: .' .. "'
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F. Hitchcock, Peoria; O. W. Ludlow,
Chicago; G. W. Johnson Birming- 4 r' -
ham; L. Ferguson, New Orleans; W. Wait and see what. values you can gets i
W. Pemble, New York; W. H. Dorth, -
A. L. Myerson, Philadelphia.Ride .
for $1050 and $885 -
Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. '
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Mr. J. F. Harris and daughter, Miss
Essie, and son, Ralph motored to Or-
Purchasers lando yesterday morning from their
home in Pine Castle and spent the

Between Aug. 1 1914 day business.greeting Mr.friends Harris and reports transacting thingsin

general in his section as being San Juan Garage. Company:

T and Aug. 1 1915 lovely tented., and everybody happy and con-


- All Ford purchasers who hold Profit- Orlando-Daytona ,
Deposit your Savings Checks and
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Sharing Coupons will please endorse same let them earn 4 per cent. interest for DISTRIBUTORS 'r. ," '... A
you. 8-12-tf v : '.
and return immediately to The Ford ,

Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send Messrs. Lee and Oscar Lorraine left
yesterday morning for Ponce Park
check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur- where they will spend several days .

chased during above dates. there fishing now.which Several is said others to be from excellent Or- HIM''. ..' .. .. \. . '. ... MiniMllilMMUMMMMMiIIIIMIMItt

}t: For further information, phone lando are contemplating going over
," next week and the fish stories we may " '-MIHM4HIMIMHHM II IIIIIIIIII .
j-
: F. G. RUSH expect to hear upon their return bid
( fair to eclipse any that have come

32 East Church Street Phone 226 from that part of the world in ages. I Who Will Be Your Executor? i

How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
ANSWER NO. 2
Mr. E. H. McNeill left I
yesterday
as a
for White Springs where he went to Your estate may be materially impaired :
accompany Mrs. M. E. Crenshaw and direct result of the appointment of an executoror
i her nurse, Mrs. Slaughter. After see- trustee.
.........MliliMMIMMMtMSIIMIIIIIMItttIT ing the ladies located there Mr. Mc- 3
is appointed
-- Neill will return to his home in Or- When an individual ac
lando. Mrs. Crenshaw has gone to is generally weaker.It .
responsibility
?'. :- IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress : the Springs to test the curative pow- The financial
1 correctly. ers of the waters as several from this is usually provided in wills that the person
*- Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer : place who have tried them report nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
l" -when: "it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into very beneficial results.E. bonds.
from giving
.
;: society. :
Character is easily1 judged by the things one buys-You will G. Duckworth and his two sons When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex-
( make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. : accompanied by W. L. Tillinghast, pense of the estate, and then only partial security -
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeak manager of the Duckworth shoe store
the artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a cortene of : here, departed yesterday for Tarpon: against loss) provided.
selected-
is
Trust
gentility. When a Company
t Springs. Mr. Tillinghast returns to-
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each : of strong financial re-
day, while the rest of the will! The positive advantage
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No party
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings drive to Brooksville: in their machine sponsibility is secured.A .

t' exactly alike. and later return to Orlando.-St. Pe- bond which has behind it the entire financial
If you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. tersburg Independent.Mr. strength of the Institution is always filed with
'1JI. If you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you the Probate Court aJt nn rust to the estate.
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans
iL : store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come and Mrs. D. B. Sphaler, of Taft, Answer No. 3 will appear m a subsequent issue
in and be sociable. who have been spending a month at
Daytona Beach enjoying the delightful of this newspaper.
; WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks.
bathing and excellent fishing,were
,; Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and in Orlando yesterday and report hav-
!; _' China Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell ing a most enjoyable outing. They; Come in any time and freely ask for further
1[ Work, anything artistic. caught an abundance of fish. Mrs. information on this vitally important subject.
: : ,Original designing done for special platinum work. Sphaler succeeded in landing the first i You are always welcome, and our officers are'always i
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible one, which proved to be a twentyfourpound
I' prices. mother of Mrs. Sphaler, was their r
guest at the seaside. !
i The Orlando Bank & Trust Company ,

( T. H. EVANS DoctorsBnekiiiastcr I '

Orlando Florida ,
& Brunte I .. .,_
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JEWELER Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits 141000.00 t

::1-k at KfrksvLIe, Me. (!
182 S. Orange Ave.. above People
iii National Bank. Phone 578. 400IIM .LiiaiiiiiiiimiBiiiiiinttr ." .IIII..II.II..III" I'''

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