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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 31, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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M: :, ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1915. NUMBER 172.

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r TRAPPED .BY BLAZE IN PREVENT ENLISTMENT

H t ; h Peril; NATIONAL '
t SECOND FLOOR ROOM JAS. L. GILES WILL HAVE GUARD


0 t pert, Fre Started in Rear of Royal BUILDING ERECTEDFOR Officials Say Attempt to Dodge

... t" hei Cafe-Two Store Rooms F. G. RUSH"ord Main Issue-Complaint of REFUSE[ [ U. S. PAN. PlANS 3


f I and Grocery Stock Cars and Ford Accessoriesand Graft and Misuse of

\ ? ; artillery DestroyedSanford State Funds J
0' .I Ford Service for Ford BASEBALL RESULTS Washington, Aug. 30.-The state

evening Owners, Says Mr. department has cabled Carranza that 1
t. bnne dis- Fla., Aug. 30.-Charlie Denver, Colo., Aug. 30.-The president -
Federal League the delegates from the Latin republics i
Ie trench- Berner, a cripple, was burned to death RushA and the agents of the federal
I Buffalo 2, Brooklyn 1. at the recent Pan-American con-
i seriously 'in a fire in the business section which department of justice, former Adju-
Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 4. ference at Washington acted upon the '
,L, Drench of- caused a $10,000 property loss last contract was awarded Saturdayto tant General West of Virginia, at 1
Newark-Baltimore, wet grounds.All authority of their governments.
Hanner Bros. by Jas. L. Giles for
.. night. Berner was asleep in a roomon least one detective agency, and the
the second story of the Hines block the erection of a modern, up to date, United Mine Workers were charged by scheduled. Carranza recently demanded to
National League know whether the plan as formulated
.r, tion when the fire started. He was una- one story building on his lot on South the governor of Colorado and Lieutenant peace
Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 3. by the conference was signal
a = is again ble to get about much, having a cork Orange avenue, adjoining the Bumby Colonel Boughton of the National .
I All scheduled. by the Latin delegates by the authority
which will be used F. G.
have suffo- property, by with the
from. the leg, and is supposed to Guard conspiring to prevent
Rush salesrooms and service station American League of their governments. *% _
; as
iconcernardanelles cated. He was not missed until it enlistment of men in this'organiza-
for the Ford motor cars for None scheduled. Officials of the department are of
too late to attempt a rescue. His
was
j
tion.The Southern the opinion that this cablegram
'antinople remains were found in the ruins of which he is agent. charge was .made.._ after.. a military League .
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t.i: : Carranza leaves him with the alternative
Atlanta 3-2, Memphis 2-4. only -
The will have front-
the building after the fire. new building a court of inquiry had been appointed -
r. Nashville 2, Birmingham 0. of agreeing to the peace
The fire, which started in the Royal age of fifty feet on Orange avenue by the governor to investigatethe .
-- : New Orleans 2, Little Rock 1. propositions or to tell this government
and will be 100 feet in depth. The
.. : cafe, burned two storerooms of the accusations of graft, and misuse
Chattanooga 1, Mobile 0. definitely that he will take 'no
front will be of the finest
t Hines block and destroyed the gro- pressed of the state funds and property, and
J f claiming brick, will have a beautiful display part in the suggested plans. .
stock of W. W. Long. Good other complaints as officially
grave
cery
contact on TWO IMPORTANT MASONIC I The result of a flat rejection by
work by the fire department saved window, with an entrance for automobiles made to the governor as commander- 1
t-, ''' |ithe GerIneipal the south side. The GATHERINGS THIS WEEK Carranza, officials say, will be to
building
the block between Park and Oak ave- on in-chief by a committee of officers I I
rc t.,, ef- will cost several thousand dollars ands I;force the United States to reconvene
} "'of the nues. and former officers of the National San Francisco, Cal.-Masons from
t ips be October I I the conference, which is expected td
to
expected completed
Guard which convened at the state
ter W and .in all parts of the United States were agree to the recognition of some other

..::':" t.,.. )" SUPT. McKINNON A BUSY MAN 1st.The house. here today to attend the two Masonic i I leader than Carranza and the designation J
have office
room will a private -
.t. !.' I siege ex- for Mr. Rush, an unexcelled display Members and officers on the com conventions to be held' this week. I(I of a new capital for the new government
mittee that this is
palpably
say so an The first convention, which opened
"Itr has beenoperations Rev. Dr. J. F. McKinnon preachedat salesroom floor so recognized.
i window
ample
,. Orange Center Sunday, and yes- space, and in the rear will be a ser- attempt on the part of the governor today, was the twelfth triennial assembly I It has been determined by the war: r_
Col. to the main
terday morning inspected the schoolat and Boughton dodge of the Royal and Select Masters department to send all troops to Tex 1
i vice station for Ford owners. Mr.
issue that it aroused only ridicule "
'a 'lac te,:Austro- that place, which opened recently, Rush will a complete line of ex- of the United States. On Wednes- as City, with,the exception of one reg-
carry
those who followed the futile I
.J .! yypa river and with a better attendance than clusive Ford accessories. He will han- among day the thirty-sixth triennial convocation iment, which will go to the Philippines .if.
of the administration to
...d. in what is ever before in its history. The schoolis attempts of the General Grand Chapter and to the camps along the
dle the Ford car exclusively. Mr.
.. tut off the being ably conducted by Miss Bessie Rush has announced that other details ,strengthen the guard numericallywhile Royal Arch Masons of the United northern Rio Grande and northern -j'

d numberingigion: Whidden. After the inspectionDr. still leaving its management..inthe States, is to convene for a three day Mexican border generally.It .
/ .' will be made later as to who will hands.of who under
: McKinnon selected a site for the service men are session. is officially stated that this large .,
have charge of the depart- accusations.
.; ,, the new Cypress Creek school, which he ment, etc. grave number of troops is needed to stop '--i

-** l" ,' I ipally en- located five miles from Orange Cen THE F-4 IS UP TO THE SURFACE the brigandage which is going on
The building will be so constructedthat
DADE COUNTY FIRST TO VOTE
t :-.. [ n.lyfort- ter. Honolulu, T, H.-Work preliminaryto along the border. It appears to be }
; : a second floor may be added at ON COMPULSORY EDUCA- ,, '
'' .!ad ,by the the drydocking of the submarineF4 in strict accordance with the reinforcement -
: any time when business demands such
} r.. AT THE GRAND TODAYAn an addition. It'marks another fine TION LAW lost in the Honolulu harbor with of the troops on the border I

I twenty-two men, March 26, and raised which has taken place from time ,_
improvement for the business district. Miami, Fla.-Preparations were
yesterday, was under today. It since the of the
time
way to adjournment
i I': FIRSTvii obstacle to most,, ,an opportunity Within a few years it is predicted made Saturday by A. T. LaSalle, supervisor ""
the craft would be
was expected Pan-American conference and the
r to a few, the title role in "Kil- Orange avenue win ''have .four solid of registration. for the hold-
,: placed in dry dock tomorrow. Until of the leaders that
t meny," the new production of the blocks of business houses on both ing next Tuesday of an election in suggestion -they 't'

t'30 LGovt Oliver Morosco Proloplay"* as to what caused the dis-
i' I ,bunted, the, taxes practically every resource in the county shall declare in favor of com-

; .-' tear Under-, '! equipment of the actress. This striking WHITE WAY COMMITTEE NAMEDBY pulsory school attendance. Ballot aster.Columbia'records. THE WEATHER ,, (ob

.t', i je, ..- ma .as heemaPacific r story of present day gypsies is DOW boxes were made ready for all of the are double disc; For Florida: Tuesday fair, except

', ti; : the attraction on the Paramount pro- twenty-six precincts of the county, fit any machine; 65c. each. Curtis & showers in south portion; gentle to 't'

\*,' eo. !gram week after next Before.leaving for his vacation in and in each were placed ballots, poll O'NeaL moderate shifting winds. :
.. Maine Chas. P. Dow, president of the I
lists, instructions to the inspectors,

1'.0 'Man's Experience !Orlando following Board to of act Trade with, City appointedthe Com- certificates matter necessary of returns for,the and conductingof the other Nothing Like A Church To Drive !

missioner S. A. Johnson in getting the the election. I

I = proposed White Way installed: H. L.
Great Storm Of Personal Rancor
;. : l During Beeman, M. O. Overstreet, N. P. Yow- WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Away Darts i iI

ell, James L. Giles, Jos. L. Guernsey, HOLDING FORTH IN STATE -

V. W. Estes, J. P. Holbrook.
}: i the storm l "For two days Galveston had only Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 30.Hundredsof Those who heard Rev. J. B. Ley, I I tics but that it was larger and of a '

i, of Orlanerience bread to eat, Houston sending them Woodmen of the World of the uniform pastor of the Methodist church, deliver 'more general nature. Very naturally '

i,f { in FIRE CHIEFS MEET rank are in attendance on the I Rev. Ley considered the question of ]
50,000 loaves. There was no water his sermon on "The Sabbath, It's "
*:' r, (The clouds Cincinnati, Ohio.-One thousand of annual convention or encampmentwhich Sunday closing from a divine stand- 1
Jay;and for supply either and both food and water Grounds and Obligations," Sunday "
the leading fire fighters of the coun- opened here this morning. A point-God had ruled that the observance

straight out had to be sent in small boats and try gathered here today for the four majority of the visitors were brought evening admitted that it was the sort of the Sabbath was as much a

id. of"about launches. day annual convention of the Fire in today by a special train drawing of sermon needed for the first day of law as "Thou shalt not steal," and of

led entirely "The property damage done by the Chiefs' Association of the United coaches from many sections of the .the stricter observance of Sunday in a necessity such a law should be 1':

f, ., 'f l (.from the storm was terrible, and thousands of States and Canada. country, as far west as Omaha. this t city. obeyed. :

into Galves- head of cattle were drowned. The Rev. Ley offended no one, neitherdid Those who went to the service and

.1 f : lit as at the rice crop was almost ready to harvest he defend any special group, individual expected to hear a tirade against' the I
.
A and in many places this will be a ILUNOIS NEGRO TO HANGJoe DEIECTIVE'SWIFEISSHOT or organization. At the out- protagonists of Sunday wide open- .}

).:. *. his stopping complete loss. I set of his sermon he stated that he ness were as disappointed as those {

jdations andY "The people of Galveston were I was not going to say anything that who went to the service expecting; him .. !

.' ,,. rer.9ut'in warned to get out Sunday morningby DeBerry, Who Murdered a Mrs. Sarah Leitner, Wife of the would cause hard feeling. Rather the to talk all around his subject. He :t

: je the builddestruction- the government weather bureau, White Woman, Septencedat Head of Private Detective sermon acted as oil upon troubled did neither. His address was very

N ,' and thousands did so. Six or eight Close of First Day Agency of Los Angeles, waters. timely and sparkled with literary I

iriims* .' ..* ...., days and thousand came to Houston, and the of Trial Is Slain He chose that commandment in the gems. ,The music was excellent and t'

nights Houston was without lights, big hotels were crowded. 20th chapter of Exodus which speci- on several occasions the large congregation

"_ the wires were down. "The goernment would not let out- fies that the Sabbath should be ob- joined in singing,the chorus. :
Murphysboro, Ill., Aug. 30. Joe Los Angeles, CaL, Aug. 30.-Mrs. .
-"Ai. .wind had quieted it was siders- j into Galveston, as there served. He viewed the text from Everybody left the church with a 'f
,.' DeBerry, the negro trusty who mur- Sarah Leitner, wife of the head of a
imjK>ssil>lett&Pjalfc, ; along the streets, i wf i'" already more than could well be many angles. The principal point better and finer feeling towards man f
dered Mrs. James II. Martin, wife ofa private detective agency, was shot
trees, roofs of & i1dings and debris of eared for. The city was placed under brought out was that an individual kind in general, and it is believed "
prominent attorney of this city, on and instantly killed tonight as she
every description was piled evejr/; martial law and very good order was needed relaxation and recreation. In some people wished they had not beenso 0-
'' I July 30, was this afternoon sentencedto stood talking to her husband in his .
where: maintained. respects the sermon was similarin rabid in their views towards the
hang October 16. office. Three shots were fired. many
..... the preached a few brothers and sisters who to make l
-- thought to one go
The trial was only begun this morn- Samuel Leitner, her husband, told the
:GERMANS HAVE ORGAN AT THE RETURNED HOME FROM NEW ing. police tonight that as he sprang to weeks ago when he pleaded for vaca- a nation of liberty loving and law and

FRONT that the mind need- God-abiding people. There is nothing "
YORK tions. He argued
and said his feet he
DeBerry pleaded guilty saw two gray caps on the i
much the body. Six after all like a church, no matter of
ed rest as as
that he killed Jirs. Martin, whose servant other side of his high roll top desk.
Berlin; In one"of the is sufficient and what denomination, to drive
large subterranean Mr. Walter Drennen, who has been he was, because she refused to The murderer or murderers made days work persons away

quarters which, the German spending the 'past three weeks in give him fifty cents. good their escape without being seen. should rest upon the seventh day. those wicked little darts of personal
,troops have constructed of the evening he invective and to bring sunshine and 'i;
in the Ar- In the course
after busi-
York
** New city, looking DeBerry beat Mrs. Martin to death_ Leitner's office entrance is about 'Z
anne forest there is a large auto- ness affairs, returned to Orlando yes with a poker. five feet from the door of the building prayed very earnestly for the county liberal thoughts into a mind which

:) niatic organ. The instrument has terday morning over the Seaboard Air and city officials and in his supplication looks only at one side of a question. VAs

"been built by the firm of Waldshut ; the Master made plea for some people said in departingfrom f
.y. in Line. In conversation with a Sentinel DEATH OF MRS. ELIZABETH The husband's theory is that two to a

.; ,' Baden<< ,and was sent to ,the! front as a representative Mr. Drennen said KALEY murderers stole into the office and hid greater co-operation on the part of under the spell of Rev. Ley's q

.. : ,present. to an' infantry regiment.PLAYWRIGHT that he found busienss matters greatly back of the desk. the people. He said all moral law logic: "Well, after all this fuss blows

4 '*- improved there over this time a The many friends of Mrs. 'Eliza The detective agency of which Leit- was based upon the decalogue and over and things resume their normal

3tx NOTBD DIES year ago. The city was full of peo- beth Allen Kaley will regret to learn ner is the head, guards the trucks of that the law we have today was simply basis everybody will think more of

-,-; t<"'I --. ple many of them being merchants, of her death which occurred at Pilot boss truckmen* and many truckman .an"amplification of the.-Ten Com his fellows and Orlando than heeverdid

;JeVl f ork. Aug.. 30.-:Pa.ul Arattrong who .were_on stock purchasing expedi- Grove, Missouri, August 20. Mrs. are-Jur <
,...." .: .; ; .ft noted and ;successful_ play- ti PL, Tbjj'weather was,:Delightful, Kaley had spent many winters i in*Orlando -" i 3Tlie. :P. >>4 e:'advanee'thetheory: that In'his sermon belaid that the question should also be mentioned' that.Rev. ,
:. irrlgbt,".dt+ed-ofjjeart.disease' \ .. of Sunday observance was not Ley stated that "all,.things. 'I
at
7:45 and he.saw- quite number frompr- and was known to a'wide1eirele ,!bi' ;xa mmitted :by,rtrik
... ':::.;:.:-1.t.at,.. a i here, -. -,,' acc eonfed'to)mnnieipaI or county poll- haven't:said .I, meant to say."- 1
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"The first degree of folly is to conceit LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL would we need it by the time we had I RUSSIA HAS 700,000 PRISONERS :
A. B. Cook & Co.
one's self wise; the second to profess it or would we have it by the time we I Jacob.,;Burkhai\

it; the third to despise counsel." Th American League to Limit Armaments needed it? Moscow.-According to the latest I \ ...
30 Watkins Block, Orlando Fla.
-Franklin.ARCADE. It is all very confusing, and the official statements there are now I ; PLUMBER. ;
.
Navy League's proposal is not at all 700,000 war prisoners in Russia. They : I

Editor! The Sentinel: reassuring. We are much chagrinedhere consist of 200,000 Germans, 400,000 .. -. ti

The Navy League informs New to think that we should have Austrians, and 100,000 Turks. The Dealers in Real Estate, .Investments -

York that, having converted the Eastto been won over to such a cause, as we Germans are confined in internment '
and Business
Oppor- Better Known as Jake the
,
a
its views on national defense, it is are told that we have been, without camps. It is understood however, tunities. .

now planning to invade the Middle. knowing more about all these little they will shortly be put to work in

MILK Vest and the South. "Practically points and as many more which mightbe the mines, whence escape will not be I -. \

everybody in New York," says Robert mentioned. We shall watch the easy. I

M. Thompson, chairman of the Navy League's invasion of the Middle I REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP

board of directors of the nickel.trust, West and South with real interest. If i Get the news In the Sentinel first.

DEPOT "is lined up for a big navy, becausein out your way it answers all these I ON WEST PlSHSTREET., JUST
case of war, that city would be the questions which have occurred to us LOANS

first goal of attack by a foreign fleet. all to late, will you not devise some MORTGAGES ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

New York, New England and thq way to let us know about it? What do you
BANK STOCKS
BUTTER MILK eastern states, in self-defense, have Yours very truly, ..

Fresh Every Day.5c. always voted for liberal naval appropriations L. HOLLINGSWORTH WOOD, >*> hope for in a TIMBER

." Secretary. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -

per glass "In the Middle West and the varnish ? OF ALL KINDS. Phone 204

25c. per gallon South," Colonel Thompson continues, CROKAW GOES WITH BUCKEYE I

"the situation is different. Out your NURSERIES' I
CREAM AND MILK .
ray," he says, "the people are not so l\urse-I
BUTTER easily excited. You are patriotic," he Kissimmee, Fla.-Bucke'e JIIAW

Fresh Homemade ells us, "but luke-warm on the subject ries of Tampa have engaged Mr. 1V.H. i PERCENT

of national defense." So the Brokaw, of Orlando, to represent ONU 25 Discount

SANDWICHESPIES Navy League has mapped out a pro- them in Lake Orange, Osceoa and'

AND CAKES gram of propaganda for your state Seminole counties.Mr. 'I ?ROiL&wsHEi

and its neighbors, which will enable Brokaw is very well known

the League to relieve itself of a large among the citrus fruit growers of I

part of the $30,000 which was recently I this section and will prove valuable I II I For the benefit of our customers -
ARCADE MilK( I
DEPOTAugustine I
raised overnight for its publicity acquisition to the Buckeye staff. He will

campaign.New has already commenced his work, and I we give a 25

York and the East did not will travel out of Orlando.
Oi I know that it had been won over to His decision to make connection When you buy varnish for your per cent cash discount on
floors hope that it will improvethe
the prepardness proposal of the Navy with the Buckeye Nurseries was appearance you of those floors and all goods sold during the

$I St League until Colonel Thompson saidso. reached by Mr. Brokaw only after avery I that it will be durable.

Even now, it does not know howit careful investigation of numerous -I Unfortunately much that is sold for month of July and August.
of the citrus fruit floor varnish .
was won over or why. It understands leading nurseries won't realize that hope

perfectly well that there areas of the state. His feeling that he for YOtLLawson's

could best the interests of his Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
AND RETURN many as two navies in the world serve
lustrous finish.
i a wonderful deep It is
I larger than ours, and that our army customers by representing the Buckeye easily applied because it works easily. It
I is not maintained on a war-footing in people is based on their unequalled is scratch unequalled white.for It durability dries absolutely and will dust-not llarnmonct&Gore
6 facilities for business free in from five to seven hours and gets
handling
MONDALSEPT I times of peace. To this extent, we hard in twenty-four hours.

;understand here we are "unprepared' and the superior quality of trees I As for economy. Lustro has a covering FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
'. ; that capacity that is wonderful.
I
they produce.
for war. But if we are as disgrace-

VIAAtlantic i full unprepared as the Navy League Try Varnish out at a our case risk of,returnable Lustro Elastic if ynsufi Floor- Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.

would have us believe, we also fail to NUN DECORATED FOR BRAVERY fa

understand what has become of the ry.Made by Valentine & Co.
Coast LineStandard millions of money that have been Munich.-Rosina (Marie Holzmann) .

poured into our army and navy for the of Kempton who has been at the Manufacturers of

Railroad of the South last twenty years or more, under the western front as a nurse since the beginning j VALSPAR and imMMHMtllMMOttMlltlMHtlltlMlllilMMIMMToilet

supervision of certain military and of the war, has been decorated VALENAMELAll -

naval geniuses who are now appallingus with the iron cross and the

Special Train by their revelations of our un- bavarian military cross. In one of I Paper ;
prepardness. the battles near St. Mihiel she carried i
to be had atFINLEY'S
I We do not understand, either, how seven wounded soldiers from the firing i
LEAVES
ORLANDO 2 PJM.
line. She also saved officer PIONEER PAINT See window We
more money is going to remedy the an our display. carry !
Tickets limited
to September 8 who fast to death and STORE
situation as long as the army and was breeding a

navy are as utterly disorganized as was struck by a bullet herself. Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. several kinds.

Special train returning leaves some of their guiding minds would

'St. Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8For have us believe that they are. We r'O'.J......_...W' LJIIlU!fl Sweet Potatoes
r harbor an old fashioned Yankee notion -
that the first thing to do in the -

Information Call on way of improving our defenses is to Fancy Irish Potatoes .

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. stop the leakes in our expenses. A s. ,' t

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. distinguished advocate of preparedness .
Orlando has informed us that at least Alligator Pears <

one-third of our annual appropriations :

for the navy have been spent to no :

purpose. A rather startling admission Apples
Get Behind a
it seems to us. We are unableto
,
grasp his point that we should continue -
C1eUt9tolv. Plenty of FRUITS and VEGETA-
r s to pour more millions into the

and enjoy a really cool dry tweet I navy until sure that every cent of itwill BLES received daily.WE .
imoke., The Wellington Pipe won't be spent to the best possible ad-
boil wont get foul. vantage.
GIVE TRADING CHECKS
Made In Perhaps you of the Middle West ; ?
Am.ricerCome
and South, who are about to be invaded > .
in sail
by the Navy League find ; :
can
a. :: :e:
2k,3k.Ocep.eIsayAl s some way to inform us here in the Our Grocery CompanyTwo

East what the answers are to the- .

VI questions. Perhaps also you can get A NEW OPPORTUNITYfor Phones: 3 and 200 i'
Colonel and the
Thompson rest to give '
something like a coherent statementof the Man or Woman who says, 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando; Fla t. -I

: the way in which he would proposeto "Now, if I only had a Typewriter I"YOU lillMlllilM MMMIIM 111111111111111111111' 144CAREYHAND ...
spend the $500,000,000 which he '
know how fast the dates grow rid on your ought-to-be-answered letters. -
intends to demand from for
Congress you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it is usually a
the navy, assuming that he could finda of the Spanish"Manana"-tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which
You want to see this new feasible way to raise it. How muchof makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving. It is not a large
Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.It J'
it would to battleships? How
package Spider is introducing to go is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres- "
much into submarines? How much pondence. And its price is only $50.00. Here at last is the high-class home
the market-its the swellest into battle cruisers? How long wouldit machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.

thing out in the way of little ; take to spend the money? Would we Don't pen it-type it1'VERYDhaseofmodernlifehasltsbnsl .
get the new ships in time to have the FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Ink Marathon bnndred- .
to a type-cllcknsr
Cigars. use of them before the European war I : l yarddash.Andcleanly typed pages score .A
to be bnsineis-like. Maybe you are secretary with the"prof."
is over? It takes three to builda AND EMBALMER
See him at theGood years of a club lodge or society. Take the Ministers,authors and newspaper men
battleship, two years to build a sub- cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word" fairly flies to
op a chair. In a jiffy you can type the no thelrfingertipswbentbeyMikonaneasytlcesofmeetings
marine. records of mmntei.or running typewriterlike the RemingtonJunior.
letters. Its clean,clear typewritten work .
Can any of the European nations lusthe"hundreddonar"look. And do not overlook thefmportantbnslIf -
and Bad undertake serious warfare with us yon are a committee chairman type ness advantage of making carbon copies All calls answered Promptly Dayor
yonr reports on the Remington Junior. of everything you write. You need never
until they get out of their present They will race through the machine to the say"I don't remember what I wrote."
merry music of the type. With no extra effort the Remington Junior Night. Hand Block.
military engagements? Could we pos- Students In h'eh school and college can will give you neat clear-cut duplicates
Cigar StoreOrange change"paper"writing from the penandwhenever you wish.
sibly get ready with a navy adequateto

deal with them within two years? I Something New in TypeTiterstheRelllingtonJUNIO Orlando Florida.PHONE .
Avenue If they continue fighting each other ,

for two years, thus allowing us the R 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457

opportunity to get ready for them

would they then be in any position to n

take on a new war with us, consider-

$3.00Pablo ing the rate at which they are usingup I' : Jt same amount each month ii -Tt '
1 the attaehmentanecewarytothettw..tiemsaddingD.00ont price.
their men and their money? If we Ington butane tjpewnters. The hemmeton Here 15 yon r fr-topponunlty to boy an ab*v r
Junior J.mnrply' a f ulU-eqoipped home-letter- lutrlyfarst-grade: personal t'pewriterwrtuDjflUldmanoICnptlDjfmachn.
were to begin at once to prepare for ... r or these at a low price. Vtnie! today for deocnpura;
purposes you will find IU everyday man un booklet. Don wait Invexturate now. 3
Beach warfare on the European scale, couldwe limited. If you hare immediate wnjin to do.send mT
It occupies little space on your desk. It f* $DO in ...h.chock or money order and we will AUTO WASHING STATIONTHE
get ready before any imaginableneed nakt.Youaneaatlymotwitfmmplaeetoplaee. send you thejemnetonJunior. at once. Then
You will end it a Food time-aat7eQ investmentfor you can ee f Jr oor lf how non you learn tn
AND for greater fighting forces had yourself and other member of oar family write rapidly. If you wish to return it after I,)
who hare writing to do. )on will bad it aa dun' tnaLyoamaydom. We will refund font
ceased to exist? etcwllenteducatorforyourchldrrn. tiil4losahemROf traol'ponatloD.The .
Atlantic Beach Kemiwrton Junior is the home typewriter hemember.the Reminouw JonoMsapenoytuhavets'eawartinafor.IlartrrmsaretalW PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
What sort of a navy would the Ine. durable hemtnottontypnsntrr-tarrptaa
cash or U son prefer the Easy fluent plan. the Iiuu-cld-niiiiKtou Uuaruutee. J
AND RETURNSeptember Navy League seriously recommend as

adequate for any purpose that might I Remington Typewriter Company. REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic. .

4thVIA confront us? The countries of the i ((1Acurp ra J .
"The Man.
226 West Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE Known as Handy
world fight now in groups not indi
FLORIDA
vidually. If we must be ready at all. t
Fill in the attached coupon.MailitteJa .sree-
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must we not be ready for the largest ,. sip ypOr naJIlOs.1 WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

Atlantic Coast LineStandard group which might confront us? For t cart\ u.the pmcarg and =--------== chine parts. Work guaranteed.

instance:--Japan is called one of our _4 tI1e.he 1\8"-

Railroad of the South most likely enemies. Would not a 4T ,td :eceplpt 1 of w.1 p1 JD&1 =yUlltemln GASOLINE AND OIL

For tickets or information call on war with Japan at once bring us 1 e J e::Tjter. 1 is1lD aatwt of:tacnarse'pt.o aaiQDA1""" of

Atlantic Coast Line Tcket Agent. i into conflict with England and thatat _jt l ehooes oo.l_ w pa1r ttntetw V. D.
into -- tI1ebe 1 a sre Freeman Phillips Mgr
once conflict with Russia and the saav of eecb- tnspla f
J. G. KIRKLAND itOa palS8IL\8 SJ.or of the .
France? What sort of a navy wouldbe moathbt' 11 de.c A ptton __ .
Division Passanger Agent Tampa. a'* __
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adequate except one that took account -
TICKETS SOLD FOR ALL REGU- of all
these
possibilities? Sucha r.r- s
LAR TRAINS. f
navy certainly would eat up the t

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( ashington. 'D. c.A.rumor. hasme To Attend G. A. R. Encampment

current that the perimentalJ __ I
0 the, United States depart- -
Washington Aug. 28.-As a courtesy representatives.General I
scab,
D t' agriculture on sour
to the men who wore the gray Nelson A. Miles has been .
D e! nose, and other citrus '
during the civil war, the citizens' com- selected as the grand marshal of the
diseases will be. discontinued. The "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
' of t I mittee of Washington has decided to marching pageant which is to be held I
plant experts department say
/ extend an invitation to the staff offi- in commemoration of the grand reI I '
that nothing of the kind is contem-
,; plated and that instead of stopping cers of the Confederate Veterans' view fifty years ago. Secretary Gar- J, Unless Budded from A Bear- ,
the Union to attend the forty-ninth an- rison of the war department, and Sec-
work upon these citrus diseases
nual of the Grand Armyof Daniels, of the ,
encampment retary navy depart-
work will be considerably -
'increased actually in the very present year. the Republic which is to be held ment, have designated officers to actl|I ing Tree of Known Qualityand

in Washington, September 27 to Octo- as military and naval aides to General
The entire' plan of the work will be
ber 3. This action has been taken Miles upon this occasion.
reorganized, additional experts will of Produc-
be secured and more field experi- with the full accord and approval of The U. S. Grand Post of Brooklyn, Quantity .
the officials of the Grand Army. The has been selected as the special escort ,
win be undertaken the
ments upon
meeting of the Blue and Gray on the for David J. Palmer, commander- "
more troublesome diseases, exceptingthat tion. -O. W. ConnerIn
because of the danger of spread- Gettysburg battlefield two years ago in-chief of the Grand Army, duringthe
testified to the amicable relationship' parade.An .
ing citrus canker no field experimentswith
existing between the two organiza- unusual and interesting featureof
this disease will be carried on.
tions an dthe invitation to the Confed- the encampment week will be the
i Investigations of the citrus canker
erates at this time is in keeping with "dog watch" of the naval veterans five the
disease are now under way in the years Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-
the spirit exhibited at Gettysburg. who are members of the Grand
Washington greenhouse and will be onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
I In addition, invitations are being ex- Army. The "dog watch" to the navy
antine maintained controLSHELL there under strict quar- tended to the governors of all states men is what the camp fire is to the brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection

.and the members of their staffs, as army men but heretofore because of does pay. The United States Government experiments made by

well as to a large number of other their much smaller numbers, the old Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -

TROPHY KILLS THREE distinguished officials of the United sailors have not been conspicuous in published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

States, including, of course, the pres- Grand Army reunions. At the forth-
the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees -
Berlin.-A strange accident is reported propagated
ident, members of his cabinet, and coming encampment, however theyare
from Waldshut in Baden. Re- members of the senate and house of to be given special attention. from a parent of true merit.

cently a wounded soldier who returned -
I To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
the front
from
brought ,a
I TO BURY MRS. PERSHING INTERMENT CONCRETE BRIDGE FOR ORANGE
French shell to the town. When he ; a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
AT CHEYENNESan COUNTY ROAD
showed the relic to some friends he been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-

accidentally dropped it and the charge vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but Mr.
Francisco, Cal., Aug. 28.- Kissimmee Fla.-R. H. Ludlam of
him
exploded, killing and two other I
Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
men and wounding four. The shell Friends of Brigadier General John J. the firm of Ludlam Engineering com-
reports that at a meeting held the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
had been considered harmless as it Pershing, whose wife and three chil- pany
did not explode when it struck on the dren perished in a fire at the Pre lin I Orlando Monday with the Orange rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.

battlefield. sidio reservation here yester- county board of county commissioners -
military
You can write your own' guarantee and we will sign it, so
day, completed arrangements todayto all arrangements were completed
have the bodies shipped to Chey- for the building of concrete bridges great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded' from '
SHEEP SAVES ITALIANS
enne, Wyo., tomorrow for burial. along the new brick roa
Cheyenne is the home of Mrs. Osceola county line northward.This bud cut from a tree that has not been tested. .
Rome.-One of the Alpine regi-
Pershing's father, United States Sen- work will be done by the Taft
ments recently caught a stray sheep. ator Francis E. Warren. General drainage district supervisorsof which CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

The animal was brought to one of the Pershing will meet the funeral party Mr. Ludlam is engineer. The bridgeswill grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
trenches and kept there as a pet. It .:
across the bay in Oakland, as his be modern structures in every :.
showed no fear even in the heaviest
do him view the particular. The specifications for the
friends not want to '
.
fire. A few nights ago it suddenly be-
blackened ruins of his former home. Osceola county road which joins this :
came restless and by its plaintive : I Ocklawaha Nurseries
road call for concrete culvert con-
bleating attracted the attention of'' Mrs. Pershing was a popular ma- : .
tron at the post and the tragedy has I struction and :Mr. Ludlam states that
the sentries who alarmed the defenders
of plunged the reservation in mourning. they will be modern in every particular. 0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
the trench just in time to repel A
General Pershing will arrive tomor- The specifications for this road
an attack that had been secretly OR '
row morning from El Paso. were drawn up by Mr. Ludlam.
prepared by the Austrians.A

G. G. Wright, Agent ,

SPEED BOATS RACE AT CHICAGO PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414
Lake City negro sneaked a Ford ,
.. 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
car out of a garage he was workingat il
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
and invited a few of his friends to Chicago, .-Twenty of the fastest

have a joy ride last week. While run- mptor boats in the world are being Terms Reasonable

ning at a merry clip the! machine tuned up for the first of the American

tarried and in the mix-up one of the championship races, which begin here Miss Mabel DurhamRoom .
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negro's eari was pulled off. He stuck today and last until September 4, in- ,
the ear in his pocket and went home clusive. AH are American except the No. 9 I

and sent for a doctor to come and brilliant Peter Pan III, ,of the Royal I DAVIS & McNEIL BUILDING

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THE DAILY TRYING TO EXPLAINAN similation is being reached. Danger I J ,,....P '"":,
IGNORANT MIND. signals are flashing. We must be I .-
South Florida SentinelMORNING The Chicago Tribune in attackingthe careful and thoughtful, but what has
honor of the South made some been done thus far has been profitably <;'

w. 2:. GLENN .....AND......WEEKLY..........Editor sweeping and broad statements which done.This thought, the South be FOR '
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Bo.IneM. Manager aroused the entire South. That self- can i
styled "world's greatest newspaper," heard sneering, has a circulation : _,
Entered at the pmtoffice at Orlando Florida in a Saturday editorial, does a little basis. In such a city as Chicago con-
u Second Clau Mail !!attu.SUBSClUM'ION retracting. But in its retraction stunt sideration must be given to the foreign -
the Tribune still shows its ignorance born. That was the answer in 3DaysOnly l t 3 D *_ r
RATES and stupidity concerning Southern the Frank case. The North which
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 yielded to the urge of simple horror
...... ..... .. I society.
Dally < Months ...... .. 2.60 and commiseration-a
Dally I Months ........................ 1.25 The South Again-and phrase which
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 will get a rise out of the stern Southern Tuesday. .: i : .,
We're Done. masculinity-was bought by [ik .,
Weekly 1 Year ...................... $L00 When the Tribune said what was on the Jew advertisers. up AUlte
ALL, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN its mind regarding the murder of Leo Wednesday w i
ADVANCETO M. Frank and the conditions in the The South betrays its own case. It TempthiQ j
South which made it inevitable, what does not understand. It has wonderful -
ADVERTISERS;
would follow that expression of opin- possibilities if it will begin seri- and ?. -, ."
Opy for display and all other hand-set ion could have been forecast with absolute ously to regard its citizens as worthyof I
ftdrertiiinr Knit be hande in at the business something other than rhetoric.
office .f the Sentinel not later than Z p. -. That accuracy.the Southern newspapers When it is rebuked out of Chicago it Thursday 1 1 d-tad. ;;
the day before pahlicatisn. This rule applies !
U chance for centract advertising; it Is would have a spasm of rhetoric wasa can see only the stockyards here, the I
variable and will be strictly adhered to. certainty. That a number of out- black hand murders here, the highway _
raged Southern ladies and gentlemen robbery and police corruption, the o "'-'-
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dbcondnoed would find themselves for a period in- official and political disgraces which '--"
toe date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be articulate and then for a longer pe- often enough make themselves known.
continued at the regular subscription rates riod voluble was another certainty. aWe A New-Idea Merchandising Event In V fl
until notice to stop is received. That two or three hundred persons, do not say that any act of vio-
Telephone Na ib-r ...................... 24 journalistic or otherwise would drag lence committed in the South can not Red Apples Lead You To TE
out the ancient fallacy that "you can be matched by an act of similar via : Bargain ....tilt
TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1913. not indict a whole people" was justas lence in the North. It can be. We do I .. .-.....-
sure as the coming of day after \ say that the South is too concerned '
night. with non-essentials and too little I I Every Apple That You See Tags An Enticing Value : .
the Sentinel concerned
months recommended -
Some
ago with essentials. It is non-crit Here is something new, something that demonstrates that we not only pr
or suggested that the directors We have no bitter feeling toward ical and too wordy. It talks constant- present them in unusually interesting form. We selected, as an appropriate an
of the Central Florida Highway the South. We know, however, thatit ly about attributes of honor and event the historical symbol of temptation-the apple. The sign with the apple ii!
Association :should: endorse a worships women in the abstractand chastity that no confident community ing Bargains. i
movement for the beautification of the' permits the embodiment of the thinks of talking about at all. The whole store has been transformed into a flourishing orchard, each de
: abstract to slave in the mills without The disadvantages of a sectional tree ladened with carefully cultivated bargain ff uit. Fine big juicy bargains al
highways. At Lakeland September any protection of a human structure quarrel, even journalistic, are too obvious basket if you will but shake the tree of temptation. These bargains represent I
9 an amendment to the constitutionwill more delicate than that of the male. to need explanation. The Tri- Summer. Merchandise priced at COAXINGLY, low figures-but only for the sh
be voted upon providing for a We know that the South cooes ten- bune already has the Southern jour- progress,
committee on highway beautification derly to all its young and allows the nalists writing their voluble and val- Every value designated by an apple is a "pippin. Remember that and whet
instead of the committee on commer- young to go into the mills as soon as uable heads off. We're done. The out for the apples for .

cial relations and inland waterways. he nursing bottle can be taken away, South is interesting only as it is a .. ..
-
Whenever -
o there to waste young life and young part of the American nation. Some
ITS GREAT TO blood, young hopes, dreams and day it will be a more important part. ATTEND THIS SALE Wherever J t-
BE ALIVE. strength, and there to grow to dull, That day will come when it correctsa j AND However
Sunday passed very quietly. The vitiated manhood and womanhood, lot of its ideals, and that day will You See An Apple-
attendance at the churches was grat- protected only by the shadowy Southern come when it begins to think more SAVE MONEY It's a Sign of a .
ifying, there were groups of happy chivalry that says all young and and talk less. Tempting Bargain. -
faced citizens on the streets discuss- nder things shall lnd strong man-
ing the war and the latest develop- hood standing between them and mis- It will take the Tribune a great
ment of Germany in her relations fortune and vicissitude. many years to live down it's blunder.As Who could resist such tempting bargains in EXTRA
with the United States government; What has the rhetoric of the South stated in the Sentinel some days SUITS, COATS, DRESSES AND SKIRTS Dainy Summer Dreg
there were merry motorists tryingout done to change the fact of these ago Northern people who come South, Surely no woman or miss will pass them up withLawns, in white an
new and old models on the new young and tender misfortunes? What who have invested here, who have educated out making a purchase. They: are among the most values to $14.50
Orange county highways; and gener- does the South think of the intelli- their children here, who have enticing! of all the bargains in this bumper crop of up
ally speaking the Sabbath receivedthe ice of the rest of the nation that it mingled with Southern people-well values. All the new styles, colors and fabrics are THE "GOSS.During .
respect it should receive. Con- assumes that its supersweet words know true conditions and from this to be had. this sale I all i
trary to pessimists the world is grow- can change the fact of its callousedacts knowledge have condemned the Tri-
ing better-and there are many who ? bune for its original ignorant lie.
are mighty glad to be alive and privi- The South, because of the misfor- o THE PATH THRQUGII OUR You will yield quickly Tempi
leged to enjoy a certain degree of tune of its composition, part bullied LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL WAIST DEPARTMENTIs To the siren call of theseValues LACE
fine health. How are you feeling black and part bullying white, is en- inDAINTY
after the first Sunday of law and titled to sympathy. It has a tremendous About Tribune's Editorial beset with temptations. WASH GOODS PattI
order-upon which principle all Sun problem, and the North wouldbe Editor Morning Sentinel. For the wary shopper. tier; 1
days in Orlando have been conductedand stupid if it did not realize what By comparing the tempting barquite
regulated in past years. the South has to meet. But 50 percent Dear Sir:-Am mailing you under The styles are so pretty, and gain prices now in effect with those will snspecial
o of the South's troubles has nothr separate cover copy of Chicago; Tri- the prices are so extraodinarily ordinarily asked for the same sort view c
ORLANDO TRYING ing to do with the black and white bune, which paper takes such an act- that if hurriedly to buy of wash goods the savings are being !
one they11. coax you
question. Fifty per cent. of them easily computed. A dollar now will ies
on
AGAIN.
IT arise out of the Southern habit of as- ive part condemning our splendid to buy two. Not one of the better buy here from a third to .' _
And Orlando is experiencingone 1000 '
now that South in the Leo Frank case. I no- new styles was overlooked when quarter
suming the flower of than at other
humanity more '
of those sporadic epidemics of blooms most tice several of the Southern papers we made this purchase of waists. any in
south Dlace.
luxuriantly of the
closing movement that afflicts have
Sunday their
replied to editorial, but
the communities of this state every Ohio gence river is needed and that for no the human direction intelli-of none of them seem to have answered THESE ARE ABSOLUTELY Fancy Voiles and BatistesSk Ed

once in a while.* this natural growth.If them as clearlv as you did, so *am NEW worth 12ic and 15c. wo'
writing to ask that mail them :
you
If carried out to the letter of the South one-half devotes of to the energy the copy of your editorial. You can not Fancy Lawns and Flaxons- 8 yds 69e..' .
law, not a man could do any sort of bazoo would be devoted blowing to discovering its own allow them to say such untrue things Regular $1.50 and $298c t ,
business on Sunday, except selling without
actual necessities. Not a railroad in its own faults, there would not be a replying.Very respectfully, Regular and $3.50$1.98 Voiles, Organdies, Flaxons, 2,50 ;

the state could send out a train or half dozen negroes burned at the MRS. W11.1. DAVIS. Pussy Willow Taffetas in the etc., in plain and fancy, al- ie
stake in the
turn a wheel on that day; not an automobile the next next five fifty years years there, and would inside McLeansboro, 111., Aug. 28, 1915. newest stripe effects, worth so big range of colored efwi
could be run for hire not a
;
not beone_ Southern $7.50 fects values to 75c.
father scoldingone up ya
boat could take
pleasure a ,
could other boat for passenger Hire nota 12 year old Southern girl for her The United States weather bureau
nor hack be any driven on the street and; nota inability to earn more in a mill. for Thursday, August 26, published For $4.50 For 1712c'SUMMER'S j !
The South is, as it claims for itself, interesting statistics Orlando
street car be run over its lines; tel- i Eus-
egraph and telephone lines would haveto the purest stock of the original Amer- I tis and Bartow showed a temperatureof
be idle on Sunday; ice plants could ican breed. What is the answer? 98, the highest in the United Tempting Bargains in 1:
That we should be grateful for the States. In cities in SMARTEST ,
not be operated; mails could not be : thirty the United GL -
forwarded; it would not be possible to stream of sturdy European immigration I States and in eleven cities in Florida SUMMER UNDERMUSLINS ..
buy a postage stamp, to send a letter, which has poured into the North I the report shows that rainfall occurred MILLINERY -
to wire a message, to talk over the American ports, and with some dan- I only in seven cities, Orlando It is plain that we could not
telephone. to take a ride for which ger to the homogeneity of the American being second to Memphis in amountof Every new shape, material and continue to offer such fine under- Yo

i one would have to pay, to go to any its ideas nation, diffused its strength and rainfall, .26. The fact is generally trimming for summer is offered. things at these remarkably small belie
place of amusement to play at through that nation? known that Orlando is cool and the .
games We know that there is danger in high be These, and the less-than-ever pric- prices for any length of time. We style
or to go anywhere or to do anything temperature may attributedto
l except by walking or in one's own immigration just now. We know that the heated discussion in these parts es quoted, present a combination present them now just to tempt }rC
conveyance.It our capacity for absorption and as- over the Sunday closing law. that no true daughter of Eye will you to buy a generous supply im- S1m i

certainly was never the inten- let go unnoticed. There are any mediately, and thereby save a pret- and
tion of the law to thus circumscribethis number of delightful and original ty penny. to J
generation with such onerous

and is, it unenforcible should be enforced laws any, and with such judg-as it SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS hats.models in this model collection of Slips" Night Gowns, Drawers able rind

ment and discretion, having in mind Regular value 50 cent, for'' ...42e nra .i
the changed conditions since the law Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If Regular nlue75 cents, for ....S8e 50.

was enacted, and endeavor to induce not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem- Extra Regular value Sl.OO, for .....SSe 98
the legislature at some time to giveus ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE
a reasonable and a workable Sun- _SEEDS. Regular value $1.25, for ..... .98e

day law. OUR IRISH POTATOESare Specials I Regular value $1.50, for ....$L28 $1.
The good women of Orlando, who here waiting for Prices value ...
you. right. Regular $1.7; for. $1.48
thus
are endeavoring to enforce out-
ward observance of the command- Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE The latest in Outing Hats, $2 Regular value $2.00 for ....$1.68 i-

ment, will find that gradually the bars ? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow- values Regular value $2.50. for ....$L93

will come down again, and that the ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur- Regular value $3.00, for ... .$2.48 Spo.r S
situation will be worse than before. chaser. 25c. packages and For 98c Regular value $3.50, for ... .$2.98 r
Orlando tried the same experiment up. Regular value $5.00, for ....$3.98 '- .' 'r (-
nearly a score of years ago, and the Regular value $6.50, for ...$".90
agitation is ample evidence Orlando Seed J
present & Produce Co. "
trimmed Hat in the store .
that it was not a permanent or enduring Any Drastic Reductions on Silk Op
reform. Meanwhile, we are Successors to
Wright Realty Seed Co.
sorry for the sensible people of Or- PHONE 166. For $2.98SHOES derwear. Ask for special
lando who desire to use the day in a QUICK DELIVERY Pntes.
reasonable way.-Miami Herald. I



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You literally step into temptationwhen
j Co-Operative Business you step into these ;i".
They are*the finest styles of the
season, made from the finest leathersin r
the best way good shoemakers 'VE 'VII
: If you will investigate our plan we know. Besides the styles these very 4 I
i t 1 low prices become an inducement to Big'r R.. i .

will prove to you that we can save you buy. -- AJ e

both coming and going. Under Combination Pumps, black and t
money white, sand and white, f

IOGllletteAdCo/ Regular $-1.50 for $3.50 EVERY J ;"'. ,
our plan of Co-Operation we will sell
ON THE ; fla! '
White Colonial Pumps, Canvas ;

your Produce FOR you as well as your various wants TO you. and Buck OFT! ;

II Regular $-1.00 for $2.50

GROCERIES FEED and PROVISIONS. Investigate our plan. /
i White Canvas Pumps .._

Regular $4.00 for $3.25 '--t:

WANTED:---Five acres of cut over land, not more I Regular $3.50 for $2.75 "

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1 .:$1 V IAL CALENDAR TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

i ::: esday-, August 31. _' j

1 V ewing Circle meets. WANTED-To buy Florida pony,
i s ding anniversary celebrar. harness and buggy. Will buy sep-
and :Mrs. S. R. Hudson arate. :Must be cheap for cash. Ad-
1' irk Ladies' Aid will meet dress A, care Sentinel. 8-31-31* +ttti*.,
_4 4.
Morey. .
-' V of Governors of the As- WANTED-Position by young man, .'It. <<.. '
Charities will meet at 4:30t married; good habits; experienceddriver t ," i gar .. 3 t{ 'Cgi
the San Juan hotel. and mechanic. Address. "Posi- ... r.
teets with Miss Melons tion," care Sentinel. 8-31-3t .
Mary -
11 Jf!" / ,: I i V I'I'o
meet with :Mrs. Got- THE MODEL .

: 1. f rht.lesday.. Was open all day Sunday. It is prob- LINKS
r rf September" 1. ably a fact that the best cooked chicken The Oliver Morosco PhotoplayCo. Q
iris) r.: et 'pith Miss Guilda dinner in the city was served there.
>tt : : i J a. TI. The price was. 25 cents, the same Every girl should have one of these Bracelets, each lI
rsda.", Sei Jjmber 2. charged every day in the week for the presents I link from a different friend.
shoot ct the Country Club, best meals that can be served for the
leld under! the auspices of money. 8-31-ltc LENORE ULRICH ll 23c. including engraving.
ndo Gv n Club. j
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-o- IN CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH
.LER RESIGNS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ORANGE Star of ALLEN & CO. CTELERS.

;.J : "- F STCY CIVIC LEAGUE.T. COUNTY, FLORIDA ]

"THE BIRD OF PARADISE"
Fuller has resigned as = b.
!n Chancery-Petition for AdoptionIn
r :' if the Orlando Civic ...01:1. j
;f A League. re Petition for Adoption of Vic- :: ,
of this resignation is Mrs. orine Rosart, John H. Reynaert, as V .j
: health, which has w'de it V'otitioner.. - 3
r.. 'r.. : I I itice is hereby given that on the If quality for a low price is i
8 that she should t papers will win favor.
$
from the duties in the ,' to the Honorable' James ,V. your
many :tj.i- For the next 30
u'o
,. days we will offer for
iP 1'' P1 1 1V Judge of the Circuit Court inr romantic story of child of ,c.z. b .
?ue and other work of iika .is a ,,L y P sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper j
'd i 1 >r Orange Count. Seventh J udic -
from le. to 5c.
in which she has been roll. Now is the
V so .-1 l i ircuit of Florida, for the Order the woods transplanted to the .: time to buy, and per do
your papering i
active.
-d Lerof: the Court for the adoption when
you get ready.
time of Tier resignation Mrs. "f V-'./,rine Rosart; that she be city. 'j
i'eclu'! "2! ':.\ heir at law and that she ; We also carry a full line of High. )
'V r, s serving her third term as y Grade Paints, Oils and
l' ..r' :-av hrvj 'nd be entitled to all the Released exclusively through i V Varnishes.
of the organization. Her :Iglits rir<=*.ie-ests in my estate as t We invite you to call and inspect
leaves which it if the ->.-elation existen our stock.Orlando. "
: n a vacancy pate by na +tti* I
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hard task to Jill. I ture.JOllN x .
1Y
II. REYNAERT,
'uller, accompanied by her I )
I Jon .: Jc Petitioner.
q
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C : ictive little daughters, Loij fV Paint & Wall Paper Ct
grfo' V ;';olicUors for Petitioner. + ., 1$;
will leave for 8-31-4wks t ii
thy, tomorrow F
205 S. Orange Avenue
1 .. V V s, North Carolina, where .
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I. COLEMAN
& KHAN Phone 261
spend several months. It i is NOTICE:

re hope of her friends
a I many Of Application for Tax Deed Under 10 cents 20 cents '1
pn.-
may be restored to full Section 8 of Chapter 4888, .. . . .1..1. .
td return to her home in this Laws of Florida
t I 3: t f :l' le earliest possible date. !
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ection will be held the Notice is hereby given that Fred E. IN FIVE SPLENDID ACTS
1 by The New Ice
Marden, of Apopka Fla.' purchaser of Company j
,. ,. .\I i "t.' ague on the last Monday in tax certificate No. 20, dated the 2nd .
: :.- V sr for the purpose of electing day of June, A. D. 1913, has filed said
I
sot to serve the remainder of certificate in my office, and has made Thursday, Robert Warwick, the PHONE 675
,j le f': i. for which Mrs. Fuller application for tax deed to issue in I
i was accordance with law. Said certificate star of "Alias Jimmy Valentine"in
embraces the following described
1 J e'0- property, situated in Orange county, "The Man of "The Hour. Delivery DailyWait i ij
& Florida, to-wit: North half of north-
Y NOTES east quarter, and north half of north-
EREST. west quarter, section 31, township 20
: ," itertainment greatly enjoyed south, range 27 east. The said land for our wagon. We think j
$ 1 0*. being assessed at the date of the issuance -
jnber of the young ladies of vou will like our ice.
of such certificate in the name
was that given by Miss JaneSaturday of P. B. Haynes & Co.
i f rig 2. !) ;. afternoon at her Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ROOf GARDEN( f

I '. n Boone street in honor of according to law, tax deed 1
will issue thereon on the 1st day of
'.. ; ,i! 1. erne (Kit) Davis, of Ocala, October A. D. 1915. The New Ice Company
;' the guest of Miss Ruth Ley. Witness my official signature and jjIIIIIIIIIIMMIiailMMmMllllllililMMHifciiMM

the course of the afternoon seal this the 31st day of August, A. TODAY
:a D. 1915.
;stess served dainty refresh-
(Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON.
Clerk Circuit Court, Orange 1
... .' Davis is very popular with County. Fla. 8-31-15

Jiger set and the affair Satur-
"EYES THAT CANNOT SEE" MlllttltniMIMMIItttlltllllitlllHIIIIiillMlliM
f '_ ,'I V ernoon was only one of a num- THE PARLOR MARKET i

social events which have been II. M. Self & Co., ProprietorsEf .Feature in two parts. t 1

1 in her honor. you wants to git de best er meat,

e present were the Missesine Ur poultry, fish er game, I Ir
Park Ruth Dar am er place, on East Pine street, 11 FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. b'NEAL .
Ley, Maude
Dat sho is got er fame. BABY'S TRUMPET"An
Lois Pedrick, Elmina Gould, Hit am dat Parlor Market, chile,
ivis, Frena Frey, Fannie Tay- Hits square deal roun and roun. unusually good comedy.
j d Lucile Lucius. Deir fame dun spread fur many er
i! mile, r__ r .
It de bes in town.
Sumus Septem Club was en- am
"COL. HERZA LIAR, GHOSTBREAKER"
ed yesterday afternoon the
at
Dem steaks dey got am nice en sweet,
r of Miss Cornelia Miner. Only En good en juicy, too.
l !k r the members were present, Dey am good nuff fur kings to eat,
being the Misses Ruth McCul- No spots on dem look-blue. Cartoon Comedy. Very fine. CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance
1 En when youse chawin on dat meat,
e. : .j ,- Norene Evans, Dorothy John- You sho cant hear no soun; 1
:Cornelia Miner, and Mrs. C. V. You den feels good, fum head to feet,
son. A most enjoyable after- It am de bes in town. The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN }
'r i } :: I : Loans Real Estate i : j
was spenLI
I Dem clerks in dar am so perlite, The One-Price Theater 1
hostess'served cubed pineapple Dey almos' 'marrass .
you;
Rentals
; ni 17... whipped cream and nut bread You go in dar dey'll treat you white, I
Dat's jis what dey will do.
I riches. Dey aint give cheat, dey gives full Bottle of Toilet Water given .
; *e g : ..' > Methodist Sewing Circle met weight, "t\

rday afternoon with Mrs. J. P. To do dat dey am boun. away at nine o'clockonight..
Dey's roun huyr some, aint marked ,
., t 3's felwhite, on Lake Eola. After150al up late, H :

routine of work had been Dey am de bes in town.

U. I .ncL d I itr leted the hostess served delight- .
'
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-VV tJ Dats whar I
4J buys buyins at
ma ,
and
e cream cake. Whenebber I does buy 10 cents 5 cents .. 1
; ESTABLISHED 1886
e Circle will be entertained next Ise willin bet
0 n1 the now to ma hat,
Jay by Mrs. Flodding and Miss I'll trade dar tel I die.

Is at their home on South Main Dem poke chops meltin in ma mouf,
_J.J' .. ....
'> Ma brains gwine roun en roun,
t .. t.
J Hit am de bes place in de Sou!. "Who Pays," Thursday night.
veral Eustis citizens were in Or- Hit am de bes in town. litiiiiiMitiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiimttMiimttiiiiiiiMIt

:}r ichdips. > last evening in attendance at
.. Oh, ef we all could live always,
neeting of the I. O. O. F. Two Hit sho would be er treat. .

idates from Eustis received the En in one week go dar twelve days,
degree. After the initiation they En buy dat good ole meat,
But sense we cant whilst we am here, j
a Z ) fb: ) motored back to their home Lets eat it poun by poun, Melts in Your Mouth .
00 Kaze to ma heart, it sho am dear,
It am de bes in town. .
;.-' mng to the absence from the city -By( Paul Berlack, colored.)
everal members of the Kil Rare j

j J, it has been decided to postponepicnic

r d.nd 0 to have been given Thurs- DAILY BULLETINPEACH f

September 2, to Thursday, Sep- The Cathedral School -

ber 16. There will not be a reg-
i
-- meeting this week, but a called J

ting will be announced later. Orlando's Select Boarding and Day' VANILLA -

Irs. Seth Woodruff and grandson, School for Girls CHOCOLATE .:

IT ster Robert, and maid, left yestert.v 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 PINEAPPLE V \ ;.

t' afternoon for Jacksonville where Primary, Intermediate and Academic PISTACHIO ,
Grades .
t y win sail today on the Clyde Line CHERRY

unship Lenape for New York city. Also Music\ Art, Elocution, Physical CARAMEL\ "

-- ere they will visit Mrs. Woodruff'sIghter Culture and Domestic Science. .

Mrs. Harry Hoffman. For Catalogues address the Rector, .
'..
[ vlr. and Mrs. Alfred Zeigler ar- Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M, We deliver from one quart ..JpHand's
ed in Orlando yesterday from Cin- Orlando Fk
nati, Ohio, and intend spending the
pk in this section visiting nearby"Os
\ and looking the country over
:h the view of returning in their FavoriteTODAY'S i
future to reside. f
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Mr.resident T. J. McKnight of Orlando, a,former but now popir a- PROGRAM Pure Ice Cream j jV

Domino. "The Man From No--
:Dsperous citizen of Davenport, whos where." A drama, in two reels. _
been spending a couple of days Mutual "Mutual Weekly.". ,4_ Phone 566 and 666
'I this section visiting relatives and Keystone Comedy. "Gussie Tied to

.J fends, returned yesterday afternoon Trouble," featuring Sid ChaplinCharlie's
brother .
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his home in
3 Polk county. Four good reels of Mutual movies. _. ',21
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LAN prices to sit in a stifling room to PARTIN'S BARN AND AUTOMOBILE -, '

UNSOLICITED LETTER nAil Y SPORT LETTER watch youths swap;punches and some BURNED F

of the clubs have decided that here- Kissimmee, Fla.-.Fire of unknown ..
Want to compliment you for after they will close;their doors about '
origin, but believed to have been FOR SALE :
the excellent work you have done BY FRANK G. MENKE the first of June and keep them started ii'' ,
by a spark, destroyed the barn
for me. The Famous New York Sporting closed until after Labor Day. t.
t Have been coming to Florida Expert. of Henry Partin at his farm near Fish .
Lake last Saturday, and also his automobile '
?
for 30 and have had work

done from years Jacksonville to Key New York.-Leachie Cross, the THE DIFFERENCEThere time. ,The which barn was was in a the new barn one at, only the I I' Will offer for sale for a few -'days' "' .

West St. Augustine to Pensacola lightweight, and Sammy Wallach, his '
,
is not in the \
a village paper recently erected, and the automobile, '
and I can truthfully say I brother-manager, had a narrow escape land just now that cannot secure ad- a Buick, had not long been in Mr. the property corner Orange Avenue t''
have had such excellent
never from death by shock. vertising contracts from the big mail Partin's possession. A quantity of kndwn
work done for have Jackson and Boone Streets
me, as you order houses of as
Somebody announced a few weeks Chicago. The papers hay and other feed was consumed by
done. The proprietors of the
are practically all of them refusingto the flames. There insuranceon
laundries of Jacksonville and ago that Leachie had retired from was no the skating rink property, for $26,000. ..
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accept the business by reason of the barn or feed, but Mr. Partin
1 Tampa, not to speak of smaller the prize ring and in future would
loyalty to the home merchants and I had a policy covering the automo- '
places, can come to your place devote all his time to the molar jerk- home towns.In bile. $2,000 down and balance $$1,000 year

and learn how to do work. The ing business. When Leachie and
the face of this fact it is a com- *
people of Orlando can justly feel Brother Sam got the papers and read and interest at six per cent.
mon occurrence to see tramp printersand
proud of their Steam Laundry. what the papers said the shock was other .
strangers and schemerscome
Name so terrific that for a time it was -. ...
( on application.) into a town and sell merchantsand FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
feared neither would recover.
business men scheme advertisingat
At last, however, Brother Sam, the
double the prices the home offices
Orlando manager of Leachie, revived suffi- C. A. HOVEY "
would do it for. Also most invariablyget ,
ciently to waddle to a telephone and
a skinning on the price, and num-
frantically inform all sporting editors : .
Steam Laundry j ber said to be circulated. All this, too, .
that the announcement of Leachie'sretirement
while the home papers fill their col- : .;
.. FRENCH DRY CLEANERS was a bald faced lie-a 'umns with trade at home argumentand VANILLA j
dastardly plot-the work of a thief in
LAUNDERERS advice, charging not a cent for --
the night-a crime without parallelin PEACH
PHONE 88 the labor, because they actually be-
history. t lieve what they preach. The larger CARAMELICE The "l *tK
ar
"It's awful-perfectly awful, be- >w.w? .
business concerns of Orlando, it must -
spoke Sammie. "To think of it- CREAMS.
be said, are loyal to the home print OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
FOR SALE! Leachie to quit the ring? Leachie
i shops and their loyalty is absolutely
with many years of fighting still in OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
consistent with the trade at home
:s SCREENS WHAT AM his system!" FRESH AND SALT MEATS

SCREENS "Who circulated the report?" Sam- idea.Some .
few there are, though, in CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 19c. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

f BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. mie was asked. Orlando who use stationery printedout Everything screened away from*th flies, and kept fresh
"Who did? How should I know?
r John W. Pounds, Agent I of town when it could and would and
: pure.
,
All I know is that whoever did it, did
Box 703Dr.ClParrisym it with malicious intent and.malice have been done equally' as good and We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

f aforethought. It was done so the as cheap right here at home. Some CLUB SANDWICH 25e. everything in the Meat Line.
few also fall victims to about every

k offer fight fight club managers for Leachie no and longer thusly would deprive skin advertising tramp and game that EC. M. Self & Co.
l comes along, and at the same time

", money Leachie in the prize from ring.making That's lots more whyit whose.ad is never seen'' in the home PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

papers.It We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
!} of the firm of Drs. Parrish & was done-and it was a dastardlyplot. would be absolutely consistent
------ -- --
z Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located ." for the local papers to advise their and Delivered for All
Whereupon Sammie hung the
indefinitely at Lumsden's up readers to not patronize such firms or OecasiouMCCRACKEN'S September Victor RecordsYOU
telephone receiver, disconnected, and
places, but to boost the home trade
Stable West Church Street.
on then
got himself connected with a
idea by patronizing those who employ OUGHT TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING:
The Doctor is a graduate vet- few fight clubs and promptly matched
absolutely home printed ads and home "Booster Fox Trot" and
erinarian. A trial will up Leachie for several bouts at :
convince guar-
printed statements, bills and all other "Glad "
Rags One-Step, By the Victor :Military. Band.
antees sizeable enough to enable
you of his superiority over the kinds J of stationery. "La Paloma," (Saxaphone Sextette) by Six Brown Brothers.
Leachie to bank quite a lot and still
uneducated horse doctor. Examinations "Mrs.: Rastus At The Telephone," By Ralph BIngham.
leave
enough to his energetic
I made free of charge brother-manager his pay"bit." GOVERNOR APPOINTS NEW DI). "Old Black Joe," By Alma Gluck, with Male Chorus.

at the stable. -O- VAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Two new Hawaiian Songs by Toots Paka Troupe.
Also many other extra fine records. Come and listen.
: Calls answered by day or Ring Warriors Must Be Born?

K: night. One of our fellow scribes announces Jacksonville, Fla.-Three membersof W. S. BRANCH,

that prize fighters not be made- I the new board of commis-
t PHONE NO. 25t can county f THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
J that they must be born. And then he i sioners too be appointed by Governor When-it comes to delicious light
Distributors of Victor Goods.
r points out Al Reich and Joe Rivers 'Trammell were announced at the ex- .,.' Exclusive

f as examples that back up his argument I ecutive office at Tallahassee this.

morning, as follows: } WAFFLES

Reich is a heavyweight. He has H. G. Perring, district 2. SKATING RINK
,
t the physique, stamina, the punch anda L. L Meggs, district.4. AND ,, r '- .:

l Bargain fair defense. But he hasn't the D. C. Brown, district 5.

fighting heart. He can't take punish- It is expected that the other two SYRUP t LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK, TUES:

ment, and keep on coming for more. appointees to complete the new board;. DAY AND FRIDAY l\IORNINGS..LADIES ONLY
Rivers against men who are his inferiors will be announced before the close THIS IS ONE OF OUR ..
I -NO MEN ALLOWED BUILDING EXCEPT
t. shows up like a world beater. I of[ the day. At least it was stated in

'. I But against good men-men who can the governor's office this morningthat SPECIALS : INSTRUCTORS.Open .

; New house, 8 rooms and bath. ''maul him and beat him-he is an en- : the chief executive hoped to dis- 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30: p.m. to',6,p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
tirely different person. Beatings take pose of the matter before, or soon .
.Location perfect, 4 blocks from ;, the heart and spirit out of him. after noon. 15 centsCatering Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

I' center of city, east side. Bat Nelson looms up as the real
type of a born fighter. Bat never It is estimated that it will require -- "

: For quick sale $3000. Cash or fought a real fight during which he $523,091 to conduct the affairs of ADMISSION 1O CENTS

i, terms. i if '| didn't take enough punishment to Hillsborough county the coming year,
send an ordinary fighter to the hos- less the amount necessary for the To Those

f ---- I If pital. But the beating never discour- school fund. The school board wl

aged him. He kept on coming boring I doubtless ask for seven mills, making

VI f CARL DANNiWANTED in, taking punches wherever they Hillsborough's tax levy 31 mills. Who Care ORLANDO ROOFINGANC

landed-boring, ever boring. .
And Bat, never a skilled boxer,

never a real puncher, became the
lightweight champion of the world- SHEET METAL CO

because he had the fighting heart. The Orlando Meat MarketT.

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E USEDFORDS Old Sharkey Story A. YANCY Jr., Manager Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

Somewhere in the long ago we read

f one of the many stories that had to Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice and Rubber ,Roofings
do with the miserliness of Tom Shar-
key, the "war horse" of the ring in Florida and Western Meats Cornices, Sky lights.Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings '

r the less recent days of pugilism. It

f WE BUY AND PAY YOU SPOT was revived the other day, althoughthe Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Works: 14 E. Church St. v : ORLANDO
t I II reviver made a local citizen the
hero-or the Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
villain-of the yarn.

I I OASHJIF The original yarn ran this way: / Business (135 P. O. BOX 226 --
PHONES
Sharkey and a friend were walking Residence (133 Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.
along Fourteenth street in New York

YOU NEEDMONEY I one night when a human derelict I
blocked their path. --- TopsBacks Cushions 4
--- -- ---- -- ,
s "Say, bo," he said to Sharkey. "I'm .

cents down and for a out.bed Will?" you give me ten .Rollins College, Winter ParkOldest Curtains, Celluloids, Bows .

xs "Let's see the bed," asked the cau-
xr. tious College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, PAINTING 'w xt

r.t: AND HAVE ONE FOR SALEs Sharkey. Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business .: ,, '.
.
--0- Teachers' Course. .... "
COME Heat Thins Fight Crowds :;+ .
The weather has been so torrid inNew Twelve buildings' steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium t
no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
York during the last month that I music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chows class. Supberb
See Mr. Hutton the fight clubs who have been running I new rooms for Business School,' full banking equipment. New chemical Orlando Top -Trimming Co. '
indoor shows have been, for the and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of ,

( 1 most part, operating at a loss. !I i i soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDCE, Mgr.
AVE. and football basketball Christian but undenominational
ORANGE JACKSON boating, swimming, golf, tennis, ; -
The fans won't turn out in num- | moderate scholarships available. For catalogue
.r I :! ; expenses ;
STREET bers, nor will they pay any fancy j address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla. -, '


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COMPANY.DC ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW Worthington Blackman

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The Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet
Directory is the Greatest Want .
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
; 's ORL A N Ad"Medium in Orlando. Phone 161
worth Building.
T Terms Cash in Advance.
; :: Lime
4 "CementVitc Plaster and RATES
u For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLA'V 1
For Three Days ____________50c DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
+ yr' For Six Days _______________75c .
it For One Month ____________$2.50
.. This rate applies on all ads of Phone 172 i
25 words or less. If the ad con-
; : tains more than 25 words the rate Watkins Block
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'.. the office telephone No. 24. Ac- J. M. CHENEY & :McNeill Block
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payable' the following day. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
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Every Home-Every Business 87
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.. w Sentinel Want Ad. Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
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: FOR SALE 161

No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla. r
II I FOR SALE-FIve passenger Stude- R. RAY WHITE
baker automobile, in first-class con-
dition; has new mohair top and just .
out of the paint shop; will sell cheapfor ATTORNEY-AT LAW'Room
cash, or exchange for land. Address
t r Box 341. 8-20-3tc 44 F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER j

MULES FOR SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.

Pair nice mare mules in good condition and CONTRACTOR 1
suitable for farm or heavy haul- 1
ing; weight about 1.000 pounds. Apply DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST Phone 37
P. G. Walton. Agt. Gulf Refining!. J
f' Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17tfc
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FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
one quarter mile from city limits; Phone 716
.... very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
':S'" poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton
6-9-tf Bldg "

FOR RENT 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. -{

Take A Tip F; Sunshine I WANTEDWANTEDA SURVEYING ARCHITECT J

house of from 6 to 12 Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando, 1
rooms, modern, in Winter Park.
Mary's home is. oh, so modern and Gas applia 11 day long Gas saves Mary lots of Will lease for a from about October Florida.
time and many, many steps. Mary, of course, c he morning and a little Gas Heater 15. Address year Box A,Lake Wales, PROMPT AND ACCURATE
her to her tub and then, Member F. A. A.
keeps room warm while she slips into her pr pers warm Fla. 8-26-6t* WORK
t in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fi p at the touch of a match.
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her con al pride in her Cabinet Gas BOOKKEEPER-Wanted, bj A. IRISHCivil
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of f r not only provides warm man, position as bookk apt..young Can HAL
water for bathing,but gives the hot water necessary r laundry work. use typewriter and take light dicta- ,
i Engineer
Why not take a'tip from Mary Sunshine and know the ur home. tion. Best of references, both local
and college. Ans. Sentinel, C. L. S.
J 8-29-6t.* i 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. 9.1!i

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ORLANDO WATER gold knob on th. -end and initialsF. Phone 72 I
: .. 1>t. on. th*-:"& plate. Was left
S2i fountain last Tuesi.t1 -
GAS DEP : +. 4 finder will please re.rreward. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDEILOPTOMETRIST j 3
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and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO FLORIDA .
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Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
--. hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc \! WE FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENSES
.r".1 : : Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF -
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.---tP'.-, buy, sell rent, and exclicrge real I I ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl.REPAEOWG 1
IIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII\- ,1111'11'1111111111111111111111111111. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
; over 30 years. Have handled over
t 20000000. Call and see me. ;-
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Economy InSpraying Cut Flowers


: SOUT"" A 4pdPKA. CIJRUS NURSERIES( FOR swings SCREENS, and all, porch kinds swings of carpenter, lawn and Plants

work Church, go street.to Tracy'& Moore 7-25-lmoc 18 East


: OCOEE FLORIDA To reduce our stock as much as possible Floral Designs
by the 15th, will give a discountof BEST
; Get the
LA. .J. 25 per cent. off our regular cash spray-
". .I. f'l." price on. any goods in st.:>rf'. Ham- oil. at the
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H mond & Gore. 6-5-tf
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.Violet t Dell Florist. i

r. :.All f the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- Umbrellas recovered f.nd repaired right time with the I it
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'-. "while you wait, at Young's Repair right mixture. t
\ if.tit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 24lyreRACKARD'S J. M. CARUTHERS .1
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.. .. .. Texaco Parafine Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
PRESSING CLUB
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: .. J Cervus Oil
( \. Located in the Arcade BuildingAll .'
work guaranteed and neat-
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The rainy season S ,.the best time to set and our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASS :

trees on high land. [ rees set now will keep This is the place to have your

) 'u.' one year's growth ir advance of trees set old Suit clpthes scrubbed made and new.r>ressed75c.Suit M. O. Dovell!! West PHONE Jefferson 375 Street "

next fall. dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
pressed _____________40c. & Son Successor to }
All Palm Beaches fcrubbed .
and pressed ____ 50c Hand Wood Company
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\Send today for Catalog, [cription List, and lowest i : Mohair suits pressed ______25c. 106 Grace StreetPhone y
Kinds
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Wood of
.. We do ladies' work' also. Giveus 283-2 Rings
prices, to ove address a trial and be convinced. PROMPT SERVICE '1
Clothes called for and delivered. Our wagons are always -
.TT I REASONABLE PRICEDr

ItilllMMMIMIittMiilltltilll Phone 61 3.Comic at your service.

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: Travel .in Panama r including Pablo.and Atlantic. i T FOR EVER1"

and everywhere on American territory# is simplified by "A.BA." . .
"Where there's life t
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Cheque They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Hup"i822Gte S*
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often be refused for want of proper, identification. These cheques -A Wv q, iJV
tx t'fIf'identifying.{ We recommend them to all who travel for: Mr. W. A. Brawner, one of Malt- ; 711
business or pleasure. land's well known citizens, was in Orlando t. -

L 'yesterday greeting friends and ;; -;-,.. .. '
/The StateBank of Orlando rfN : .. .
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Springs where he had been to .(... t..
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t'' Mrs. M. E. Crenshaw. .h.'IF. -
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Get your next shave at the. Stand- YOU ,
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How "much'did you save last month >i":
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"ELDER" Spring Water .j- .. : r .. ;
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