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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: September 1, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.i ',_MDEJHQIDLYArabic f I LONDON, AUG. 3L-THE-GAR-. -NORTH THE t REPORT :,' two. F't\ .,:-i\>, .:. ': ''OT AS BANDIT A"

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MANS, CONTINUING THEIR EF- GAINS IN,'THE N OF RA- '''wheq '" : Mil

.Is,No Longer a 'Danger' FORTS-TO FOLD BACK THE TWO ZIECHOW' WHE; iEGIMENTSISION speed( :.-,<. '. t .
EXTREME RUSSIAN WINGS, IN OF; THE 'BUDAPHUNGARIAN OFfSTORMED lake t
OtIS jIssueLusitania Case CdURLAND 'SOUTHEASTERN : \ .. ,
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,Will Be, Easier to Set- \ GALICIA, ARE ,MEETING A STRONGLY ED RUSSIAN t ,1;" ?ai ', \\10 ONAMtRICAN RANCH. .

,tie .as-.Result RUSSIANS.STUBBORN RESISTANCE BY' THE I I Along,POSITI the weste N.. .-1 the usual 'is craft. "ar w H.
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,* *.:tf-e,'. .*.. *. '* .. A :MESSAGE'FROM LODZ, IN artillery fire and nade warfare '-- -

# .SUBMARINE WHICH SANK RUSSIAN;POLAND,STATES THATGENERAL marks the, op ."'I. Accordhave ., !-: r..
LEADER
4 ARABIC DESTROYED BY' ,. VON,, HINDENBERG I I ing to Paris, these. s resulted 11tW PAPER
.: .BRITISH. PATROL % HAS LAUNCHED A .''MILLION' ,inthe de tqiiit j0f several l'e on!! MADERO IS

: MEN; INCLUDING' HUGE CAVALRY German trenches.I 'tantinopleagain New York u-7, Chicago 2-1. SLAIN BY POSSE

<.' .erpoolj: Aug. 31. The' Ger FORCES; AGAINST THE .RUSSIAN reports hear.ng at the Brooklyn 3-3. Pittsburgh 5-2. Henry M. Baker, Last of Venerable

'J submarine which sank the POSITIONS ON THE NEI- Dardanelles but the W are silent Boston 2-2, Cincinnati 0-0. Newspaper"Family,
) '; Philadelphia 3-2, St. Louis 2- I HIS JOUR COMPANIONS ARE SlAINNot
AND ?
'Arabic was" sunk the' following MEN. BOBR, AND THAT A in regard to"their'q* son this Is Dead at New ;
..yt1 TERRIFIC BATTLE IS 4 American League
day by a British patrol boat. RAGING front.In, |'fe < Orleans
This fact*was confirmed here to- '. AROUND THE .FRIEDERICH- the Aastro-Ii'campaign' I Washington 4-3, New' York" 1-2. One of Raiding Band of
*- i STADT BRIDGE HEAD, THE'KEY Rome reports the Detroit 9; Chicago 8. .
of Cima
tjdq New Orleans, 31.Major
Aug.
RIGA.. St. Louis 0. Cleveland 6. Mexicans Escaped' When
While TO
the submarine was en- Cista 6,500 feet big{Jtiis summit Henry M. Baker, vice-president oj
*, gagv-d in trying to'hold 'up the.! :' 'ON THE OTHER WING THE had commanded_ position Federal League the Times-Picayune: Publishing company Cornered by Pursuers '
GERMANS AND I'I then Buffalo 5, Newark ,6.
a '! THEIR AUS- on MoQte Salubio.
/ advertising
J and for -
Belled many years in Canyon
patrolkboatcame
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l' up'and TRIAN ,ALLIES ARE MEETING I Rome- sends Pittsburgh 6-5. Chicago 2-2. I ...
I opting reports of manager of the paper, is dead. -,
'* the submarine, WITH HEAVY RESISTANCE. No other played.
'BY; I of
the etie'
.t the progress powers in He was the last, of a venerable, El Paso, Tex., ,Aug. 31..-Pascual
-* AH of the members of the sub-. LARGE RUSSIAN FORCES WHICH the diplomatic negd 'jn the Southern League ,
revolution
ns newspaper family. Orozco, leader of ,the first
*Marine's crew"lost their lives. HAVE L LAUNCHED COUNTER ATTACKS near east. Atlanta 6, Memphis 5. .
-:-.... ..,.. .. .. .. .. ., .. . _._ FROM STRONG POSI- It is said, Serbia's, |.| Nashville 11, Birmingham' 6., against i Madero, and later'one.. ofHuerta's
phfes are satisfactory the ofa
RETURN FROM NORTH generals, died death
WILL ,
)NG THE STRYPA RIVF Mobile 2, Chattanooga 0.
as,.far as t, i. Italian bandit Monday when he
ZLOTA LIPA.FIGHTING political All scheduled. common

.. ...- ;4 I IS PRO-,I I that the, cirdes'exPi Ture-Bul Confidence railroad' Robert Howe, who has been spend. and four Mexican companions were

'.. 'f : : .: !AT THE PASSAGES OF agreement, does not i# Bulgarian SCRUBS BEAT REGULARS IN INTERESTING ing some weeks at Hendersonville, I killed by American cowboys near
.--c f...., ; [ER AND FURTHER neutrality. GAME AT North Carolina, is expected to return Sierra.Blanca, Texas, after they had .
'< WI- DRIVING PARK to his home in Orlando this after I robbed an American ranch house.
r'", t American officers who knew ,Oroz-

: /' I S S. SHIPS ENGAGE[ G4kS ..BRYAN, WOULD.BE tOME, IN The scrubs and-cast-offs beat the noon. I co well, identified him this afternoonas .

BERLml Orlando().Cigarmakers a five inning I one of the'slain, according. to advices
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j game 'at the Fair Grounds, by the AN INCREASE IN RECEIPTS received here 'from Van Horn. ,'
:;'t.; I REIGN TRADE' Berlin, Aug.::31l| Imperial overwhelming ,score of 10 to 5. I where the bodies were taken.

German government Mders the ,The first team fielded poorly, and Full details of the killing are lack
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"" ; "z,\: :' Arabic: sinking a.closefeldent, ,according aided by,wild pegs and timely bingles t TONNAGE TAX ing but it is known that the Mexicans
...- .r.. .'. --, If REGISTRY LAW to semjkuTIciajlrspapers.The the 'scrubs_scored almost at will. resisted, arrest when t-.posse
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o ", GS INCREASED* 'blame WiiTbe: placwthe'submarine *Ame* lgis"assaniron: the "umps" of twenty cowboys and deputy sheriffs -

t :TONNAGE commander white returns, and P, Higgs' running catch in leftfield LOSS REVENUE'FROI GERMAN surrounded them Monday morning a

if he, 'ever, does.", ConsiWe,bitterness were.the features of the game. VESSELS MADE', in a canyon high 'up' on Lone
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kings Total; is shown in mlhtaarcles t overt .,The scrubs made 14 hits during,the .}Up BY NEUTRALS Mountain, southeast ofCS'erra Blanca.

Foreign e .alleged weakness, ch ncel, game .wli1e three were delivered by They ,opened fire 'on\ the officers,
:e to Highest Mark Idr l and there is a comMing feel- the Cigarmakers. who, returned, it.. ,
ThaPast'
Year Greater
t 1863; Past Year ing; against the United fei Newspapers The batteries were: Plowden and Receipts, for n I Not one of the banditi survived. ,

't '", I cord Breaker promise Bryan a&ial, i \ wel- Albury for; Cigarmakers, Parker and Thirty Years-Great None of the officers were wounded.

come if he will visit B4 Parker for the' scrubs. Increase From, American

f o in, Aug... 31.-"The Amer- .. i .... Vessels, ", .I COLD WEATHER IN.. NORTH


,W floats over more ships! Washington Aug., 3L Tonnage i' Washington, .Ang.,; l.-Su mer'8
|n ,trade than at anytime NO BODIES ASHURGHa
F F4 4 taxes collected on the entry of American coldest ,weather'was spread ;today

and foreign vessels in the. foreign over the,northern part of the country,

,- 1 |lade public ,today"by' the I trade of the United States.during from the ,Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic -

of:'commerce<<,show:a,'rec- the fiscal year ended June 30 ., and ,southward Well 'into _the

.;in American,shipping for CREWFOD.0 were the largest'.in over thirty years, I Gulf States. "w Warmer weather is in

''Ie,_.: .r.,-fed June'30. On that date } aggregating '$1,314,916, the',department I prospect for tomorrow. Lowest'tem-

,a :4. registered, .-i n the-foreign of commerce announced today. peratures ever' .recorded in.August-

:w,, ... r,. ships totaling 1,813,775 VESSEL RAISED |$M A COUNCIL ASSESSERTYf t .' is is $4,157 greate than for the were reported to the weather, bureau
'v'3* an increase of 364 ships DEPTH ( [ious fiscal year., generally from the Qhio valley, Indiana -
OF OWNER ; .
;t. tf I*,* tons for the year 300 SETNOW ,3 h and French ships paid $792- Illinois, eastern Missouri, and

>: ":i aa ?: all the increases are IN DRYD: PAVING3\ O\\ j' :201 more than during the Texas.. Light frosts occurred duringthe
'r_ tfuc -iu' me new American registry ear; German ships, which night, in portions of Iichigan"Indiana
There.is'. a disti impression : .
nev-
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IIertheless ; J taw: Assistant Secretary Sweet of p in 1914, this .year' paid and ,I1lin is-: '
that the.statd department EXAMINING BOARD ENTESSEL A PETlN F FOR BRIPAIRS!l [ '.
is favorable to the' removal of the the department of commerce said I ina on early< all of which was Chicago, Abg. 31*-Today mari$

Arabic from the statement, today: v pay early, August, 1914. the passing of the coldest, 'wettestand

acute and case dangerous questions category, of in "This is about triple the increasein Debris of Every Djjfiption Conrad ',Goesswein Asks That A [id 9104,736, ,comps most unseasonable..August'Chka.- '
'registered tonnage for any pre in 19.14, the in- go has ever experienced. June and
order to make the next ,discussion of Covers Starboard at Daniels
,the Lusitania case' for the vious,year'in American history..our : I Bridge .on St. Be c fitly to the ship July :were in the.same category. July

United States ,and Germany.easy registered tonnage is now much *- Gaping Holes in 9' i Improved-To Enforce regi government war temperatures were 3 degres blow normal -

greater than at any time since 1863, and Forward ', Sewer Connections risk rican ships. ; June. was 2.5 degrees, and August ..
WEST CHURCH when we, had 2,026,114 gross tons in .a Th ;s from .American 4.4 degrees, under the average.
PAVED'The -
foreign trade. It is, times ,rian, Spanish,
many more
Church street Honolulu, T. H., Aug. 3! pos- One of the most important items of ,
Caving has
been efficient however as the steam tonnage Italian ps made goodGerman Columbia records are double,, disc;
ure of the hulk of the States
Un' business coming for attention atyesterday's
completed, and this ttreet has for now, amounts to 1,273,067 gross up the nos. and fit any machine; 65c,&eh.. ,Curtis &
several days past been; standing the tons, while in '1863 it .amounted to submarine F-4, lost !rith.ew.. .of ,session of the 'city council Austri O'Neal.
test of use by the public. only 133,215 twenty-two men in Honor rbor was' theassessment of property
tons. .. March 25, failed today to 1. any owners on West Church. street for -

trace'of the bodies of the onto their share of the expense'of the new Fr 'Cavalry Horses' A ,

I Crime In Britain DecreasesAnd throw any light on the cai f 'the brick, paving which has ,just been IJI. ;II

accident.' After being rais rom a completed, on that street. The. total
depth of 300 feet "H .lue" To F ool..Enemy'
the subm e'was assessment'against the property own-
IRv CrooksAre Disappearing placed in dry dock yester The ers waS 471924. The; paving on Diu j4Paris : : lat

pumping'' out of ,the dry Jc was West Church extends :as far as Parrar- t \ --
-- completed last. night. more street.A ,jf'j c' 31.-French war horses an excellent} antiseptic, especially serviceable -
London Aug.'31.-One of the benefits I these undesirables I color called for has be
only had to claim Today theF-4 lies on. her board petition was received from Conrad will soon"all be painted a burns;: proved to
'whkh'the protraction of the War American citizenship and they usually side in the dry dock. Whe a examining Goesswein, asking that the Dan here "horizon blue," -wlkich is found without Irritating:effect on the horse.It .

has conferred on the home communityis escaped-for a time. The trouble board, composed of r Ad4 iel street, bridge should be repaired to render them as inconspicuous as does not ;give:to ihe,body the yel-
thus caused to the American distance.*' Stained with, low tinge which,it imparts to.the, human
the marked diminution of crime embassy miral C. J. :-Bguch; Lieutena Com- and drainage attended to.: It was'decided possible at a .
in London has been incalculable.In the tint, horses will merge into skin but a special sorrel hue
throughout the United Kingdom. The mander Julius:A. Purer, and uten- that the council' should inspectthe new ,
one case German. doctor; who ant Kirby B. Cnttenden the landscape in a remarkable manner -* that is very close to khaki. ,
ent d bridgeafter.the,session was over; ; -
expert who has dealt in
mainly forg- suggested.
had has
I made the acquaintance of more vessel they found the'sf.arbo side Councilman Robertson made motion It' been ,however,
ing American express note endorsements than one Continental prison was and bottom filled The problem-of making the horses that' the'1i.Un should ,be. to approximate }
I with 'd6 'b t. that any defective bridges within ,the
letters of credit and crimes I known to be living on crime, but he tered plates, sand and mUd.In city limits should be repaired. The invisible, or.nearly''' so,was solved by the 'horse's.color ,as closely ,as
concocted with the underworld has had so cleverly covered up his tracks addition to Dr. Lepinay'of the Society of :Comparative possible to that of the soldier's, uni
gaping hole, the motion seconded
was by Mayor Sperry '
t. business.practically been obliged to go out of that the police were nearly non- stern, a big hole hU been .tor n the, and,carried.. Pathology, ',to which the form. It is admitted that the Frenchpow

plussed, until, they discovered. he ,was forward part. A, number of citizens petitioned French war department had appealed.He have adopted an admirable,e color-
The cessation of traffic to and from an unregistered alien. t announced his discoveryat tone for,their troops.
i The department's hasjust
the Continent statement .sed that property owners .should be compelled -
has done much to shut ,He at once produced American nat- :the naval otr.cers'engaged to' make connections.The a meeting of the society.Permanganate All unprepared the war, they -
down in salvage ) sewer
the tfe
letter' business
of credit uralization papers and succeeded in operations a'n"dsaid. of. potash was, tried had been obliged to send( their men
matter-was referred io
due Councilman
while the it
home office new powers given'to ,the persuading the American embassy to to their untiring' trorts that wp ,,Robertson., by the war ,department to' color into the field in 'J highly conspicuous
with regard to alien expulsion intervene on his behalf. He thus sel was successfully ,vesI I I horses, but, it proved unsatisfactory colors-dark blue tunics and red caps Y

.., have enabled .the police to eluded internment, but ,the police Boated HUGHEY STREET PAVING COMPLETED because it was irritating to the' animal and trousers. When they set them-
clear out -
any would-be tfenders. All countered by obtaining expulsion THE ; and was of little us-p unless applied selves to make the change'they did it
that WEATHER A .
the '
the home.police have to do is to hand order and a passport was 'issued for J J f.,. -.__ to the horse before he shed. his with, thoroughness.S"_
office th'past record' of any his extradition to the United'States..British Florida ptj hair. '. ,: The garb of the French troops is ;

,with undesirable deported.and he or,she Is toith- .: ,. 'criminals are dealt .with byprescribing day: gentle; ,.to r moderate'cicada ,W: ,Iughq'America street street from' nckp8vingba :,Church Dr.RoeI nd'a recognized authority, now of a "horizon blue," an,attractive x

or proscribing their:residence -' winds._ 'shiiftin g devised)he'use of picric acid for givIng shade at dose viewand as nearly ax
In the war'F J mostly east implefed! and the street ispublic.
earlier stages of the over: the;sagth j
% in any. given area. portiond : _. '.e horses,a ,khaki color. The acid, possible invisible at a distance.
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LONDON, AUG. 31v-THE GER. NORTH. THE TEUTcrs REPORT ,. two ....; .' iS ,' 'orAS A11Q0NAMERIOAN
BANDIT
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MANS, CONTINUING THEIR EFFORTS GAINS IN, -THEEGIjN OF RA- when ." ; ;'1,' : Af1ER

Arabin.Is I o,Xonger .Danger-, TP FOLD BACK,THE TWO ZIECHOW 'WHEB$'%*EGIMENTs .. speed, ,'-1 ;F :, ,. .
EXTREME RUSSIAN WINGS IN OF THE BUDAPEST VISION OF laketThe
1 pus Issue( =L'usitanfC C6URLAND AND 'SOUTHEASTERN HUNGARIAN ''PmOpti'STORMEDA :. ...:0 4,< .

Will fce Easier. to Sat.x GALICIA, ARE MEETING STRONGLY !];QRTIED RUSSIAN sharp t .::=: .:,\ R4NUU. -

tie as Result STUBBORN,.RESISTANCE_ THE I I POSITION. g craft.w :!.i, ," ie toies' .
RUSSIANS. t s x"BAT
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.- w Along western bit the usual
,, *y ,,", .. .. si'e, '. s. A MESSAGE 'FROM LODZ, IN ,artillery fire and hajenaje warfare .1 -.-, -
*' SUBMARINE 'WHICH' SANK RUSSIAN;POLAND, STATES THAT marks the opeaig. Accord- l' f',
LEADER WHO REVOLTED
i ARABIC DESTROYED BY GEN ;RAL VON,, 'HINDENBERG I ing to Paris, these ftifnfiea have resulted 'irLYY rAPER'MAN IS DEAD
AGAINST MADERO IS'
BRITISH PATROL % HAS LAUNCHED A MILLION in the destni&4 of several -au:
-* -- MEN,. INCLUDING HUGE CAVALRY I German trench s. J&stantinople New York u-7, Chicago 2-1. SLAIN BY POSSE

*?**; tJ rerpool: ,- Aug.: 31*-The Ger-, FORCES:-AGAINST THE ,RUS- I again reports heaT}'l\ting at the Brooklyn 3-3, Pittsburgh 52.: Henry M. Baker, Last of Vener-

|k -*,a ;Submarine: which sank the SIAN POSITIONS ON THE ,NEI- i Dardanelles, but the aSs are silent Boston 2-2, Cincinnati 0-0. ,able Newspaper Family, t .
KA"bfe: MEN. AND BOBR.. ,AND THAT A in to their Philadelphia 3-2, St. Louis 27. HIS JOUR COMPANIONS ARE SlAIN
regard
||t| : 'Was sunk the: following 1 I op ($jon8 on this '. Is Dead at New I
American ..
f League
5 TERRIFIC 'BATTLE IS RAGING frontIn '
day by a British patrol boat. '
'. I Washington 4-3, New York 1-2. Orleans ,
AROUND THE ,FRIEDERICtf- the Austro-I .
f This ftd.was confirmed. here to- campaign Not One of Raiding Band of
fr Detroit 9,,Chicago 8.
*day. S STADT BRIDGE HEAD, THE KEY Rome reports the c9 of Cima New Orleans, Aug. 31.-Major
St. Louis 0), Cleveland 6. Mexicans When -
*' }While" the submarine was en. TO TUGA. I Cista- 6,500 feet hig ;lhis summit Henry M. Baker, vice-president o; Escaped .
g&f\.1fin, trying to:hold op the4teyland -', \'ON THE' OTHER WING THE i had commanded then position Federal League the Times-Picayune: Publishing com- Cornered by Pursuers
-' '% : liner Nieosiari. a/British GERMANS AND THEIR AUS- I!on :Monte Salubio. Buffalo 5, Newark 6. advertis-
pany, and for many years in
-- Canyon
6-5 2-2.
Pittsburgh Chicago .
TRIAN ALLIES ARE MEETING I eEl
opting
Rome sends
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boat and shelled
patrol; came np I reports of ing manager of the paper, is dead. -
r- '. WITH HEAVY RESISTANCE 'BY !the eii No other played. .
of the & I
the. submarine., progress < powers in He was the last of a venerable Paso, Tex.; .Aug. 31.-Pascual
f*; All of the members of'the subMarine's i LARGE RUSSIAN FORCES WHICH I the diplomatic negcfcans 'in the Southern League I revolution
newspaper family. i Orozco, leader of the; first
Atlanta 6, Memphis 5. .
HAVE LAUNCHED COUNTER ATTACKS
tt
near east. '
crew lost their lives. i one. :
__ _;a...... ..,. .. .. I FROM, STRONG POSI- Ills said Serbia's Nashville 11, Birmingham 5. I against Madero, and later ofHuerta's
pies are satisfactory of
Mobile 2, Chattanooga 0. WILL RETURN FROM NORTH ,generals, died the death
)NG THE STRYPA RIV-
as, far as t Italian V
jfo. he
bandit Monday when
a common
All scheduled.SCRUBS I
OF ZLOTA LIPA.FIGHTING political circles expim} confidencethat .
and four Mexican companions were
Robert Howe, who has been spending
.. IS PRO 'the TurcBu)
1.- I I j railroad
4... ... "k.-4 VT THE PASSAGES OF agreement_ does not a1 Bul arian BEAT REGULARS IN INTERESTING some. weeks at Hendersonville, !I killed by American after cowboys near had
ER AND FURTHER neutrality. I GAME AT North Carolina, is expected to..returnto Sierra,Blanca, Texas, they .
DRIVING. PARK his home in Orlando this after- I' robbed an American ranch house.
A I _____ I American officers who knew Orozco -
noon.AW '
SHIPS RYjXV ULI).BECOME IN 5The scrubs and cast-offs beat the co' well identified him this afternoon .'
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BERLINBerlin OrlandCigarmak.ers five, inning as one of the.'slain, according toad-

c; game at the Fair Grounds, by the INCREASE IN RECEIPTS vices received here from' Van Horn' ,

t 'r"t REIGN TRADE Aug. i ImperialGerman' overwhelming ,score of 10 to 5. where the bodies were taken.. '

., ,'. government iders the The first team fielded poorly, and Full details of the killing are lack
It" Arabic sinking ,close 'fcident : V TONNAGE X ing, but it is'known that the; Mexicans -,
.. \ : a according aided',by;wild pegs and timely bingles I '
'. IP REGISTRY LAW to semi-ojficu j 'iwspapers. resisted arrest when a.posse
..... r. ,j. the,. scrubs"scored almost at will. c'i
: Gg INCREASED "** The'blame wilthe'plac Ni'the submarine AIlieHiggs' ass nlt'on the "umps"' of t\denty cowboys and deputy sheriffs -

TONNAGE commander wh >ie returns, and, P. Jliggs' running catch in left LOSS REVENUE FROM: GERMAN surrounded them Monday morn-

_____ if he ever does. Consi i ile,bitterness geld were the features s of the game. VESSELS MADE ing in a canyon high up on Lone

h Brings Total is shown' 'in milita cles overt The scrubs made 14 hits during,the ...'UP BY NEUTRALSReceipts Mountain, southeast of.Sierra Blanca.' a

k ; Foreign e alleged weakness', 'chancel, game, while three were delivered by r They ,opened fire oqk the officers,-
':'e to Highest Mark I Idr, and there is a corre ng feeling the Cigarmakers. for Year Greater Than who returned it. I ..

\ 1863; Past Year against the United Ms; Newspapers .The bat ries were: Plowden and Not one or'th bandit survived.' .

I '", cord Breaker, promise Bryan .jdia. wel-. Albury forCigarmakers* Parker and Past Thirty Years-Great None of the officers were wounded. ..' 0'f
come if he will visit Bti Parker for the scrubs. Increase From American :

(, n, Aug;: 31.-The'Amer- 4 .a \ -V Vessels f COLD WEATHER IN NORTH
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\\n ,trade than at anytime' NO BODIES F-4 ASHURcH I
taxes collected on the entry of American coldestweather' was spread today

I ... and foreign vessels in the. foreign over the northern part of the country,

I |lade public ,today"by the 'trade*of the United States...during from the,Rocky Mountains t o the Atlantic -

of.''commerce show.'rec- m the fiscal year ended June 30 .., and ,southward well into The
CREW 0
in American shipping for fO were the largest.in over thirty years, Gulf, States. 'Warmer weather' is in
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," fed June'30. On that date aggregating $1,314,916, the depart- p/ospect for tomorrow. Lowest'tem

,. '\ ;egisteredin'therforeignships ment of commerce announced today. peratures ever recorded in.August

L' totaling' 1,813,775r't' VESSEL RAISED M ADEPT COUNCIL. ASSESS |P- is is $4,157 greate? thaii for the were reported to the weather bureau'
increase of ious fiscal generally from the Ohio valley, Indiana
!an 364 ships' OF 300 ET RTY"'O\YNEru! 3i. year. -
.i { tons for the year h and French ships paid $792- Illinois, eastern Missouri, and
3
,: \o. ": } 4 t. all the increases are, k NOW IN DRY PAVING)*? ';):J10 201 'more than during the Texas Light frosts occurred duringthe
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,"- r. -?1 uue-tcr tne new American registry t. I \ r ;ear; German ships, which night, in portions of Michigan,
J% ':fhere.is' a.distinct:impression nevi; taW Assistant Secretary Sweet of I p in 1914, this year paid Indiana and Illinois.
EXAMINING BOARD ENT VESSEL[ A PETITION FOR
BRIG'1EPAIRS
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ertheless that W'depatmintis !
the department.of commerce said'ina on i early. all of which was Chicago, Aug. 31_Today marksj
favorable to thd'removal of the statement, today: pal early August, '1914. the passing of the coldest, wettestand

Arabic case from the category of "This is about triple the increasein Debris of Every ri iption Conrad %Goessweia Asks ,That Ar rid 9104,736, corn- most unseasonable August Chicago -
acute and dangerous. questions, in registered tonnage for any pre- pa in 1914, the in. has ever experienced. June and
order to make the next discussion of vious year in American,history. Our Covers Starboard Bridge ,on Daniels, St. 'Be c inly to the ship July :were in the.same category; July

.the Lusitania case. easy. for the registered tonnage is now much c Gaping Holes in' e Impr"edTo'Enforce: regi government war temperatures were 3 degres blow nor

United States and Germany. greater than at any time since 1863, and ,Forward, Sewer Connections risk rican ships. mal; June was 2.5 degrees, and August .,

when we had 2,026,114 gross tons in r. Tb its from ,American 4.4 degrees, under the average.. '
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WEST CHURCH PAVED foreign trade. It is. times rian,- Spanish, .
many more Honolulu, T. H- Aug. 3, Exposure One of the most important items of
The Church street, paving has been efficient, however, as the steam ton- of the hulk,of the Uni| States business coming for attention atyesterday's Italian |ps made good Columbia records are, double disc;
completed, and this street has for nage now amounts to 1,273,067 gross submarine up the los. German and fit any machine; 65c.' &ch. Curtis &
F-4
lost
with h|rew of ,session of the city coun ,
several days past been standing the tons, while in 1863 it amounted to harbor Austria O'NeaL
in
twenty-two Honoi
men cil
was the. assessment of propertyowners ,
test of use by the public. ,
only 133,215 tons. -
March 25 failed rial. '
today to any on West Church street for
trace'of the bodies of the cw or to their share of the expense'of the new Fri 'Cavalry Horses A

Crime In Britain DecreasesAnd throw any light on 'the caulof the brick paving which has .just been ye ;I

accident. After being rais rem a completed on that street. The total
I depth of 300 feet the subm a was assessment against the property own- "H r.a eQ Clr'lue" To Fool.'Enemy'Paris
Crooks Are -
Disappearingthese placed in' dry dock yestercB The ers was $4,719.24. The paving on > _____ ,
pumping' out of ,the dry -- completed last, night. more street : :31--French war horseswill antiseptic, especially serviceable -
London, Aug.-31.-one of the benefits undesirables only had to claim Today theF-4 lies on her Aboard A petition was received from Con- soon.all be painted'a,c lor called for burns has proved to be

'which the protraction of the war American citizenship and they, usually side in the dry dock. Wheifie examining rad Goesswein, asking that the.Daniel here "horizon blue," wTiich 'is foundto without irritating effect on'the horse.It .
has conferred on the home communityis escaped-for a time. The trouble board, composed of 4r Admiral -. .street' bridge should 'be repaired render them'' as indonspi tuoos as does not :give,to the:body the yellow -

the ,marked diminution of crime thus caused to the American embassyin C. J. :-Bouch, Lieutenal Com- and drainage attended to. It was decided possible at a distance.'" Stained with; tinge'which,it imparts to the human '

London has been incalculable.In mander Julius',A. Furer, and uten- that the council' should inspectthe the new tint, .horses will merge into skin, but a special sorrel. hue
throughout the United Kingdom The one case German. doctor; who ant Kirby B. Crittenden, entW the bridge,after the session was over* the landscape in va remarkable: man that is very close to khaki. -.
expert who has dealt mainly in forg- suggested, ,however
had made the acquaintance of more vessel they found the 'starboH side Councilman Robertson made'a motion ner, It' has been ,
ing American express note endorsements than one Continental prison was and bottom filled with "deb 0 battered that any defective bridges within the The problem'of making the horses that the aim should ..be to approximate -
letters. of credit and crimes, known be ,'was solved by the 's.color closely as
to living on -crime, but he plates, 'sand and mud. city limits, should be repaired. The invisible, or nearly so as
concocted with the underworld has had so cleverly covered' up his tracks In addition to. gaping boleln 'the motion was seconded by Mayor Sperry Dr. Lepinay'of the Society of 'Comparative possible to that' of. the soldier's, uni-

k practically been obliged to go out of that the police were nearly nonplussed stern, a big hole has been ,torjin the and-carried., Pathology,',to which the form. It is admitted that'the French

business. ,.until they discovered, he was forward part. A number of citizens petitionedthat French war department had appealed.He now have adopted an admirable e color.
The cessation of traffic to and from an unregistered alien tHe The department's should has just announced his discoveryat tone for their troops.AU ..
be -
statement Raised property owners compelled '
the Continent has done much to shut at once produced American nat- the naval officers engaged in re sal: to' make sewer connections.The a meeting of the society. unprepared. for the war, they -
down the letter' of credit business, uralization papers and succeeded in Permanganate' of potash was, tried? had been obliged'to send their men
vage operations and said it ws due matter-was referred to ,Councilman -
while the new powers given to the persuading the American embassy to to their untiring"efforts that ti ,Robertson., by the war department to' color into the field in highly conspicuous
home office with regard to alien expulsion intervene on his behalf. He thus vessel horses, but, it proved unsatisfactory colors-dark blue tunics and red caps

have enabled ,the police to eluded internment, but the. -police was successfully: floated. \ HUGHEY STREET PAVING COMPLETED because it was irritating to the' animal and troUers.. When they set themselves

clear eut any would-be offenders. AU countered by. obtaining an expulsion : and was of little u p unless applied to make the change they did it
.
THE .
that the police have.to'do is to hand order and a passport was 'issued for WEATHER the home office the past record of his to ,' The 'garb of the French troops is
the
hair.
any extradition United .
States.3ntish Florida Partly ::/On )Hnghey street from Church "
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cloudy
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undesirable and he or she isfortK- criminals are dealt J Dr.Roeland recognized authority, now of a "horizon blue, an_attractive
wits :
treet to:America street brick
by moderatesltt ,
day : pavingbeen''completed
ngwinds
; gentle to ,
with deported. I prescribing or nroscribia: their : devised.the use of picric acid for giving shade at dose view-and u'nearly as,
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residence is
street
they saph ,
c ;. In the earlier stages of the warp J I in any given area. ? I"It' ;POrtion.,. mostly' east over ff << >. c 'to. the- public. .. horses a .khaki. color. The acid, possible invisible at a distance. 4

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George D.. Wilde, formerly bookkeeper LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL sessor, the Boards of County ir-Commissioners r FIRSl FIXES C\U OJ! vI' l LL j B. Cook! & Co. "Jacob BurkB
OF GIUpEFRUIT
Commissi to AR-
Tax
t and. cashier for Cameron & nor3 the I I
RIVES
r Darkle)", Tampa, has been convictedof I Editor Sentinel: severally or jointly bring abdut a INTXE; YORK 30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla.

of embezzling $1,630. The person most vitally intrestedin just and equal valuation of the (prop PLUMBER
erty of the State without the help of I New York The first straight car I
the just and equal valuation of
f the tax To that end, the, Tax of Isle of Pines
payer. in
property for the assessment of taxesis grapefruit came
Commission has in mind to, call a Wednesday anf- Waj received by Dealers in Real Estate, In-
I ARCADEDEPOT the tax payer. The one person
: who suffers and bears the burden of conference of all classes of tax payers Olivit Brothers The fruit "Varied vestments and Business Oppor- Better Known as "Jake, th
in the State of Florida, to con- to
as
greatly of it
Some
equal valuation is the tax payer. The qty tunities. :
fer with the officers who have to do decayed and .
I was a deal of it
person> who has no power to correct treat I
r with the assessment of taxes for the J\
MILK the evils of unequal valuations is I was grass green, Ride a small por-
of discussing the present tion of it looked
purpose smooth and bright.
the tax payer.It I I REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS HAS OPENED A PLUME
, the methods of
faults in the laws and firm was
The asking
is in the hands of city and f3@5.50: per box
discovering property and arriving at j for it according '
town tax assessors of taxes and the I' quality. ,I'
valuations for assessment and of *'
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Equalizing Boards of the several cities LOANS
equalizing taxes and how to correct I" Advertise in the Morning Sentinel i
and towns to bring about an equal
these that dollar may bear resulUWhat MORTGAGES ACROSS FROM FOUJPhone
so every and get
burden of taxation for city and town I
its part of the taxes. Do you favor
taxes; it is upon the shoulders of -- ---- -- BANK STOCKS
BUTTER MILK- such a conference? Have you any
the County Assessors of Taxes and
gestions to make concerning TIMBER
the Board of County Commissionersto sug-I
Fresh Every Day. Would you attend and assist BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -
I bring about just and equal valuations do
5c. per glass the tax in get the property owners to attend? I you OF ALL KINDS. 2f(
among payers
.25c gallon Our idea is to make it annual or biannual -I '>>
per I the county. Until the Legislature of hope for in a
until we think there can be -- -----
:1913 there was no person or body of I I
CREAM AND MILK !persons whose specific duty it was to i no further benefit derived from it. vanish?
BUTTER Will kindly confer with the 4
:bring about equality of valuations between I you ST. JOHNS RIVER EXCUR
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Fresh Homemade i the several counties or between -, other other classes tax payers of property in your and line inform and ::'
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the same classes of property in I
SANDWICHESPIES the several counties. At that time us what their opinions are concerning TSE Sanford Jacksonvil! ,
the suggestion? Also, ask that to
AND CAKESARCADEMILK the Tax Commission was established,
they write letters to the Tax Commis-,
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and among other things, was given (PONUJTJRO AND RETURN \
sion setting forth their ideas. Of i'
that
specific duty.
course, we cannot write all tax pay- ', .L/
We believe that as a rule, the City
DEPOTAugustine we wish to reach as as
ers; many
Assessors and Boards are honestly $7.00'
possible, and use this means.
striving to value justly the propertyfor VANISHES
assessments.We Kindly let us hear from you at ,

city are sure that the County Assessors your earliest convenience, and oblige, Including meals and berth

of Taxes and the Boards of TAX Yours COMMISSION.GIRL very truly, !Tickets now on sale. Return lim t
$I St County Commissioners are, as a rule,
When you buy varnish for your APPOINTED
working toward an equality of valuation floors)'ouhop that it will improvethe LUXURIOUSLY STEAMER |
in their several counties. WITH $3,000,000; FACE appearance of those floors and

The County Tax Assessors and the that it win be durable. "CozALeaves ;

AND RETURN Boards of County Commissioners, Chicago.More money has been Unfortunately that is sold for .

with few exceptions, and the Tax: spent on the face of Miss Mae Burnsof floor varnish; won't realize that hope
Sanford Mon. Wed. and Fri. Ill!
Commission, are doing all in their Chicago than on any other pretty for you.Lawson"s ,

MONDASEPT.Atlantic 6 6VIA power to equalize the valuations girls features in history. She is the I has wonderttkep.lain( Elastic,lustrous Floor finish.Varnish It is A combination daylight and searchlij

among the several counties, and the most popular photographer's modelin easily applied beau&e it works easily. It
is unequal durability and will notscratch of 400 miles through the heart of FJ
same classes of property in the several the country. Advertisers have whet ft dnes absolutely dust-
in fronfuto hours and
counties. They are, in a meas, spent five million dollars in settingher free hard in twosjior hours.seven gets

ure, succeeding, but they need the charms before the public along- As for ecaaaj. Lustro has a covering Clyde St. Johns RivernHMIHIIIIIHIMIMMIIHHIMHHUIIII
.
support and assistance of the man side their recommendations of soaps, capacity thiiionderful.Try

Coast lineStandard most vitally affected by unjust val- talcum powder, and pickles.In Varnish out mask.a eat of returnable Lustro Elastic if unsativMade Floor
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uation-the man who pays. an interview Miss Burns said fa<:'.ory.

Railroad of the South I We believe that if we had the cooperation she had sat for as many as 900 distinct by Valentine & Co. :

of the man who is now photographs in a single day.

paying his full share of taxes, or This was done for a big millinery con- laafacturers of I Tn1of P nar :

Train more than his full share of taxes, in cern. She wore a different hat for VALSPAR and
Special
getting placed on the tax books that each picture. VAL-ENAMEL

LEAVES. ORLANDO 2 PJH. property that is now wholly escaping Miss Burns refused to say how See < y "

taxes and getting equalized the valu- much her fees come to in a year, but ....a
Tickets limited to September 8
ations that are now on the tax roll, they must be large, as she has turned .Alto be had atFINLE1PIONEER several ki i '
that the burden of taxation would be down several apparently tempting
PAINT
Special train returning leavesSt. lighter on all than it is now on those movie offers. .f
who STORE SVFa : l"'ot -- Lr'.ei ,.
Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8 pay. :r :
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package Spider is introducing to The Oakla peat five passengers No car is complete! to daithout"' a standardelectric i CAl( I OAfND

comfortably 'ding. The driving starting, lighting ii!ignition system.
the market-its the swellest compartm of leg room, even for The Oakland Six is equiplfwith} the Remy.
a tall m u is deep and extra You simply press down therting button with
thing out in the way of little wide, th ring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine j s. This system is FUNERAL DIRECTOR
cushion re deep and soft, giv operated by a storage battl which is charged
Cigars. ing rea assanRers. The trimby the generator. J AND EMBALMERAll
ming i e-buffcd leather.
See him at theGood uth Light Weight Classic Consiet'onA
lie of sturdy construction 11
with exemplified in this new A tapering, extra deep fne of pressed steel
mod is less than 2100 pounds, is used. The rear springs**np directly to the calls answered Promptly Day ;I
and Bad whi owner, low upkeep cost, frame! members insuring ant strength. The
gre fne mileage. sill of the body rests on tj frame for its en- or Night. Hand Block.
tire length without overhl giving it a firm,
rand Speed secure foundation. This island construction
StoreOrange
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hway Six cylinder motor found between the body running board. .
wi k5 horse power. It has all
Avenue Imooth running )J 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
qualitiesthe .
Sith Id is very resp<. Hotchldsstlcethrottle.

The driving power is:plied to the rear
Low Center of Gravity axle and wheels! withoufhock .r Jar, the
rear springs acting as a cinThis construction -
$300Pablo Like all Oakland models the weight of this saves wear and tear {tires from slipping,
car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rj| axle and gives un-
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires usual riding comfort. 1
and rack the frame and driving mechanism. .
BeachAND This low center of gravity makes the car easier Other Fcflres AUTOYASHING\ STATION
to handle and more comfortable to ride in. J
Left hand drive with inter control. Gear
Vacuum Gasoline System shifting' 'lever of the bd and socket type

Atlantic BeachAND The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is abdrums.Powerful. Horn quick acting button brts it center, extra of large steering brake THE PLACE THAT "TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

solutely automatic. You: can forget you have wheel. Genuine machin buffed leather trim.
RETURNSeptember it on the car. Xo air pump to get out of order One-man top. with clams to windshield without
or leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of straps. Close fittin" de curtains carried ingasoline REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.

4thVIA to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight fen instrument board. Known as "The Handy Man.
all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallon Ignition and lighting loons locked with a .
of gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned faders and broad running -
of the car where it belongs. boards.
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CHIVALRY REIGNS IN THE AIR ting his compass, they will make a BERKELEFS COPS CALLED TO I f'' x:

circle before starting out for a recon- COLLEGE

By Frederick Palmer naissance over the German lines. All Berkeley, Cal., Aug. 30.-Policemen

British Headquarters, France. day they are coming and going and in of Berkeley are requested to attend I

"Though it has been repeatedly stated the dusk of evening they appear out the University of California, it was I .
of the distances of the heavens .
that chivalry does not exist in this vague announced today. The course of study

war," said a British aviator, "this returning home to roost. is the relation of mental diseases to ,
The fliers become with certain
a type criminology.The .
doep ot apply to the British and Ger-
mah? 'ion branches. Whether it marked characteristics. No nervous I Ii i "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
man is wanted; and it is time
is U.W &dualism of our work and mayor of Sanford has declaredwar
its novtfWy, or whatever it is that is for any man who shows any sign of on the English Next '
to take rest. They seem sparrow. I
a
nerves Unless Budded from A Bearing
responsible, something of the old spirit -
maintains the shy, diffident, men of the kind givento week he will probably undertake to i
of knighthood
among observation!! rather than talking; sweep back the tide of the ocean with ;

aviator riders of has the to descend air. When in the a German British men who are used to using their eyes a broom. i iGEO Tree of Known Qualityand

rather than their hands. It is a little
lines, whether from engine trouble or
because his engine or his plane has difficult to realize that some quiet of Production
been damaged by anti-air craft gunfire young fellow who is pointed out has BANSCHBACH' Quantity -
had so hairbreadth .
many escapes.
the next day the Germans reportto
What tales worthy of Arabian Nights "
-0. W. Conner
us his name and whether he sur- Cabinet MakerDoors .
heroes who borne magic .
were on
away ...,
vived, and if so, whether he is wounded. -
carpets they bring home, relating
We always do the same. It has
them as matter-of-factly as if they
comelto be custom.
a had broken a shoe lace. Up in their Screens, Porch Swings,
Tb.e reports are made in a manner
worthy of airmen and they are the seats a whirr of the motor and they Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases In five years the Ockawaha: Nurseries through actual dem-

only communications that ever pass are away on another adventure. They Folding Card Tables, Cedar onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertising .
shy at the mention of their in
between the two foes which watch for print; for that is not considered names good Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- have brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
heads to snipe at from their trenches. tals etc. Also Repair Work.
does The United States Government experiments made
for the spirit of this the newest pay. by
What is called a "message bag" is
dropped over the British lines by a branch of the service of war. Ano- All Work Guaranteed Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were re-

German or over the German lines bya nymity is absolute. Everything is cently published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

British aviator-sometimes when he done by the corps for the corps. Some 12 E. Church St. Phone 17 the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated
members have luck, it,
as they put
is in the midst of bursting shells from from a parent of true merit.
and do not. L
some -s name may
the anti-air craft guns. Long streamers -
are attached to the little cloth not be given but his is the most dra- SALTS FINE FOR To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
matic of
bag. These, as they pirouette downto recent experiences. a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
"He was a pilot flying in Belgiumfar
the earth from a height of seven or been in existence five falling each other to
from the British lines whenan years, are over con
eight thousand feet, attract the at- anti-air away craft shell mashed his leg ACHING KIDNEYSWe vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
tention of soldiers in the neighbor-
hood and they run out to get the prize which was hit by fifty bullets and Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,

when it lands.It fragments, the doctor estimated," as the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-

is taken to battalion headquarters the story was! told to the correspondent. eat too much meat, which clogi rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.

which wires the fact on to the "He collapsed in his seat uncon- Kidneys, then Back hurts and
aviation headquarters where the fate scious. His machine dropped at right Bladder bothers you. You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

of a comrade may be known a few angles to the line of flight with the great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

hours after he has left his home aero- concussion.with him, managed The observer to hold, who was Most, folks forget that the kidneya, bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single

drome; and, in another few hours on by like the bowels, get sluggish and clogged bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
some one in England may know the clutching at the machine gun. and need flushing occasionally, else we
fate of a relative. "They were careening down to the have backache and dull misery in the CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
earth with the observer from kidney region, severe headaches, rheumatic
"That is one of the advantages of helpless twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach, grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
his do when
to L
belonging to the flying corps," say the position anything sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder dis-
British aviators. "It may be weeks recovered consciousness and mustered orders. ,
and of mind You must keep kidneys
strength
presence enoughto simply your
before his relatives and comrades
the machine and active and clean, and the moment you
right to turn it Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
know whether a man who is missing feel an ache or pain in the kidney'
round in the midst of cloud of
a about four of Jad I
after a trench attack or counter at- region, get ounces
tack is a prisoner or dead. Such lit- shrapnel smoke. He was not goingto Salts from any good drug store here, CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida -
be taken prisoner despite his shattered take a tablespoonful in a glass of water
tle kindnesses as this don't interfere before breakfast for a few days and
leg when he found that the shell OR
'with your fighting your best for your your kidneys will then act fine. This
which had so nearly done for him had famous salts is made from the acid of .
cause; at the same time they take a
little of the savagery out of war. Of not injured the engine or the plane.So grapes and lemon juice, combined with G. G. Wright, Agent
harmless to flush clogged
he made the nearest aerodrome." lithia, and is
course, the rule could not apply to kidneys and stimulate them to normal
prisoners taken in trench fighting There he managed to land safely. activity. It also neutralizes the acids 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.

only to airmen. There are relatively' But. as he said, he did not dare to.. ia the urine eo it no longer irritates,
get out of his seat until the doctor/ thus ending bladder disorders.Jad .
few airmen on either side and only an Salts is harmless inexpensive a
for fear that his I ;
came leg would fall
occasional one comes down to the en makes a delightful effervescent lithia-
emy's lines." off. He wilt get well. water drink which everybody should take .
now and then to keep their kidneys clean;
With the first flush of dawn the
i thus avoiding serious complications.A
British planes rise from the aviation There is a possibility of the court .. well-known local druggist says he
grounds and frequently, just as a carrier being asked to put Duval county in sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe
pigeon, makes a circle before set- the hands of a receiver. j I in overcoming kidney trouble while it.ia .
I only trouble. .

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THE DAILY .MUCH, S NOTICE 51

BUT NOT ALL. Notice is hereby given that four weeks
South Florida SentinelMORNING Much has been said and much writ- from the date hereof to-wit. on the 30th day
i of September A. D. 1915. I will apply to the
AND WEEKLYW. ten regarding the progress and pros- County Judge of Orange County at his office
1:. GLENN .....................EdlUr perity of Florida. The developmentof in the City of Orlando. Florida for an orderto FOR FOR
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Easiness Manager the past few years has been phe- sell at private sale as guardian of Roy P'f+
S. Sylvester, a minor heir of Mary J. Sylvester -
nomenal. But the possibilities to
yet
deceased the interest of said minor in
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida come are almost beyond the concep- and to the following lots or pieces of land "
aa Second Class Mail Matter. tion of the present generation of our lying and being situate in Orange County, 3 Days
Only 3
SUBSCRIPTION RATES citizens. Florida is a field of neglected Florida An to-wit: Days Only
undivided one-fifth interest in and to: ,
Daily 1 Year ........................ $5.00 opportunities. In many ways this Northeast quarter of southwest quarter of
Daily. C Month ...................... 2.50 neglect might justly be denominatedwaste. section eleven (11), township twenty-three f'l'
Daily. 3 Month ...................... 1.25 <23> south of range thirty <30> east IT
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60' We spend thousands of dollars annually the Said purpose interest of reinvestment in said land of to the be funds sold for of Tuesday ; Tuesday

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... ILOO' for canned vegetables and allow aid minor. Terms cash. AUIw: "'not nw
whole fields of the same varietiesto September 1. 1915. I
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN decay on the ground after the ship- B. SCOTT. Wednesday tempt Wednesdayand
ADVANCETO As Guardian of Roy S. Sylvestor. Minor. n
the
and
ping seasons have passed, I. W. L. Tilden. Solicitor for Petitioner.
ADVERTISERS: northern market prices have fallen 9-I-it and
off. We allow tons of fruit to decayon :Bal.
Copy for display and all other hand-set --- I = aIR
the that should be converted
ground -
advertising u.t be hsndea in at the business -- 8
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. into jams, jellies, preserves, mar- Thursday : Qj) ThursdayA
the day before puNication. This rule applies malades, etc., that would find a ready
.. chance for contract advertising; it U market at remunerative prices. In I!
:Invariable and will be strictly adhered ... CRACKEN'S'
Arcadia Ehter-
the language of the

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued prizze, think what Florida "might Leif
should notify the office in writing on we produced all the pickles, preserves -
the date of expiration otherwise it will be canned goods, corn, oats, rice, New-Idea Event In Which Bright
continued until notice at to tbe stop regular is received subscription rates hay eggs, sugar, syrup, etc., that our Merchandising

Telephone Narnb-r ...................... It people consume."
We import eggs, chickens and turkeys When it comes to delicious light Red Apples Lead You To Bargain TemptationsEvery
WEDNESDAY, SEIT. 1, 1915.: from Georgia; hay, corn, and
I
beef from the Middle West; butter,
sugar and syrup from other sections; WAFFLES I Apple That You See Tags An Enticing Value !
'Tis September morn. paying: for them the cold cash that we Here is something! new, something that demonstrates that we not only provide unusual values but
o receive for our citrus fruits, early present them in unusually interesting form. We selected, as an appropriate and fitting sign of this novel
The month of R's is with us. strawberries, celery: lettuce and other AND event the historical symbol of temptation-the apple. The sign with the apple is the "Sign of The Tempting -
o early products. Instead of grow- Bargains.The .
All roads lead to Lakeland September ing corn to fatten our cattle, we sell SYRUP whole store has been transformed into a flourishing orchard, each department representing a
9. them to western buyers. and after tree ladened with carefully cultivated bargain fruit. Fine big juicy bargains are ready to fall into your
o they are fitted for slaughter on western basket if you will but shake the tree of temptation. These bargains represent the finest grades of new
Twenty-seven more days and the corn, we buy them back at twiceas THIS IS ONE OF OUR Summer Merchandise priced at COAXINGLY low figures-but only for the short time this event is in
much per pound as we sold them ,
school bells will ring.There's progress
o for, transportation and middlemen's Every value designated by an apple is a "pippin." Remember that and when you come keep your eye
profits added. We pay the maximum SPECIALS out for the apples for .
a charming little September for what we buy and receive the min-
Bride in the offing. Guess who! imum for that which we sell. We Whenever
o ought to be sellers instead of buyers, 15 centsCatering ATTEND THIS SALEAND Wherever ATTEND THIS SALE I
The autumn days are nearly here and we should sell the produce of our I However I AND
and the busy days are fast approaching. state only as finished goods, receivingthe You See An Apple- .
price for such. SAVE MONEY.N It's a Sign of a SAVE MONEY

o Some one may say that we can not Tempting Bargain.
The foot and mouth disease has prepare the Florida products in this -
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spread from Lake county, Illinois, to -limate and under the prevailing con- t
the editorial rooms of the Chicago ditions. The writer recalls the exhibit :To Those Who could resist such tempting bargains in EXTRA SPECIAL
Tribune.St. of the late W. H. Holden, of Or- SUITS, COATS, DRESSES AND SKIRTS Dainy Summer Dresses in Silks and

o lando, at the first agricultural fair Surely no woman or miss will pass them up withLawns, in white and colors, regular

Petersburg is lucky. The boardof ever held in Orange county. Mr. Who CareFIELD'S out making a purchase. They are among the most values up to $14.50 for ____________$4
trade in that city has a balance of Holden was successful both as an orange enticing of all the bargains in this bumper crop of TilE "GOSSARD" CORSET
$18.21. No hard times in the Sun- grower and a farmer. The man- values. All the new styles, colors and fabrics are
shine City.Orlando. agement had allotted to him a large ---------- J to be had. During this sale I all at-------IILF-PRI
o space in one corner of the fair build-
ing, in Sanford, and Mr. Holden filledit
is today the prettiest city with the products of his own acres. THE PATH THROUGH OUR You will yield quicklyTo Tempting Patterns and Prices
of
its size in the United States.
And There was corn and corn meal, rice, the siren call of these LACES and EMBROIDERThat
what is more, it is getting better brown sugar -and syrup, honey, WAIST DEPARTMENT Values in 1 I Lure you to buy ,

looking every day.o smoked ham and bacon, crabgrasshay Is beset with temptations.For DAINTYVASH GOODSBy Patterns have never been c.
cotton, eggs, butter lard, Irish the shopper.The tier; nor have prices ever .
Ladies, do your eyes burn after and sweet potatoes, navy beans, cab- wary and comparing the tempting bar- quite so alluring as now.
sewing or reading? Perhaps it's the bage, turnips, onions, an array of S styles are so pretty, gain prices now in effect with those will surely want some of the
face powder. A leading medical jour- jams and jellies, peanuts, cashaws, CHOCOLATE the prices are so extraodinarily ordinarily asked for the same sort view of the generous use thj
nal finds that many face powders con- hard and soft soap, and oranges ga- special that if you come to buy of wash goods the savings are being made of laces and embroies
tain substances that injure the eye's l. VANILLA one they will hurriedly coax you easily computed. A dollar now will on summer apparel.
delicate membranes. It advises usinga lore.These were all from his own farmon to buy two. Not one of the better whenwe buy here from a third to quarter 1000 Yards-Odds and E
fag instead of a puff, because the Lake Holden, a couple of miles PEACH new styles was overlooked waists. more than at any other time or in high-class lace incluc
of
made this purchase ,
powder flies up from the latter and from Orlando. With a package of clace.
catches under the eyelids. baKing powder, a little soda, a sack CARAMELICE THESE ARE ABSOLUTELYNEW Fancy Voiles and Batistes Shadows, Torchons, Ch
o of flour, and a blue flame range, Mrs. Edges and InsertiOl
Tampa Tribune claims a world's Holden could have furnished a dinner CREAMS. worth 121/2C and 15c. worth up to 75 cents r
scoop on the "English nets to catch for half of the assembled crowd. The Fancy Lawns and Flaxons 8 69c
German submarines" story. Wonderful i farmers of those early days lived at Regular $1.50 and $298c yds For lOc yd
home, and lived well. They cured and
paper, indeed editor., are And the the ways worst of a part news-of smoked their own meats, made their : Regular $3 and $3.50$1.9S Voiles, Organdies, Flaxons, 2,500 Yards Swiss Embroiies

it all is that the original,: story was own syrup and brown sugar, butter, CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c. Pussy Willow Taffetas in the etc., in plain and fancy, also beautiful designs-}
never on the first page--it was buried. and jams and jellies. A small patchof newest stripe effects, worth big range of colored effects widths, worth up to fi((
Naturally retiring, the.Tribune didn't rice, another of white potatoes, anda
want to make the Tampa Times feel big patch of sweet potatoes, and an- $7.50 values up to 75c. yard .
hurt. other of corn were staples. The grocery I
-0- I bills were small. The joys of For $4.50 For 17 l-2c For lOc yd
I living were found in the variety and CLUB SANDWICH 25(.
The pound sterlin- has declined the abundance. The reliance was not
again. Yesterday on the Xew York I upon a single crop or two or three of Tempting Bargains in Tempting Values in
Stock Exchange it fell to $4.58, a new them. SUMMER'S SMARTESTMILLINERY GLOVES HOSIERY A
low record and 29 cents below normal! The productive capacity of Florida SUMMER UNDERMUSLINSIt ,
The heavy importation of gold and i has not changed since then. The later NECKWEARThat
securities seems to have had little effect comers have not yet grasped the pos- We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed t is plain that we could not Challenges Belie
on its downward lunge. In other sibilities. Some of the natives born Every new shape, material and continue to offer such fine under-
You will find it diffic
words, the good old United States I have not profited by the wisdom of and Delivered for All trimming for summer is offered. things at these remarkably small believe that really such fine qualitie
Eagle rules the financial world New their fathers and grandfathers. Let
York has supplanted London as; the us all get down to bed rock methods, Occasions These, and the less-than-ever prices prices for any length of time. We styles can be sold at the
world's ,greatest financial center. economize, cut off the waste, and I quoted present a combinationthat present them now just to tempt jrices now asked. But remi
When the war has spent itself Great show the world what we can do. no true daughter of Eve will you to buy a generous supply immediately please Sign of that the we Tempting have hung Bat out .
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Russia Britain, Germany! France, Italy, and I __ I let go unnoticed. There are any and thereby save a pret- and that we have the merchi
will have
bankrupted' them- I
selves. All hail the American Eagle number of delightful and original ty penny. to make good. Here are

-the world's standard-of-exchange.o SEEDS SEEDS'' .' SEEDS hats.models in this model collection of Slips, Night Gowns, Drawers able vindicators values.of our. claim of re

Black and White Silk G
value 50 cent for..42c
American diplomacy has conquered. Regular ,
It must be a severe blow to Bryan Have you prepared your v irdertl for Fall Planting? If Regular value75 cents, for .. .58c 50 cent value for ______.

and his friends to see the amazing not, you want to get bush" but Jn the meantime remember Extra Regular value $1.00, for ... 88c 98 cent value for"Wunderhose" _____.
success the administration has at- we have nothing but FRES RELIABLE SEEDS.
tained in relations with Germany I. Regular value $1.25, for .. 98c Hosie
since Bryan ejected himself from the OUR 'IRISH OTATOESare f SpecialsThe Regular value $1.50; for .$1.28 $1.00 boxes, 3 and 4 to a

office of secretary of state. Americahas here waiting for you. Prices right. Regular value $1.75, for. .. .$l.48
not gone to the dogs, we have latest in Outing Hats, $2 For 69
not been plunged into at Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP :MA- Regular value $2.00 for ... .$1.68
war
; peace
OUR price has been a result of NURE? Nothing better manufactured: for plants, flowers values Regular value $2.50. for ....$1.98 Fancy Neckwear

brains-not words; and after all there ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur- Regular value $3.00 for .$2.48 Special lot worth up to $
. is a better and steadier condition of l chaser. 25c. packages and For 98c Regular value $3.50, for .$2.98
business now than August 1, 1914. II up. Regular value $5.00: for ...$3.98 For 19._
,Since the Arabic disaster the Impe- Regular value $6.50 for....$4.90
rial German government has showedits Orlando Seed & Produce Co. Any trimmed Hat in the store Odd shades in Silkatf
hand for the first time. That Ger- Drastic Reductions on Silk
many fears Uncle Sam may not be Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co. Underwear. Ask for special spools for
acknowledged, but that Germany desires I PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY For $2.98 5
an amicable settlement is taken Prices.
as a victory for American diplomacy. t

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You literally step into temptationwhen
you step into these

To Miss the Opportunity To Buy At These Prices? season They, made are the from finest the finest styles leathersin of the

the best way good shoemakers WTE WILL GIVE A
know. Besides the styles these very
I low prices become an inducement to Big, Red JuicyApple -

Sugar ____________. ._______________7c V. C. Cream, baby _____________3 1-3c. buy.

Navy Beans _______________________7c Fancy Head Rice _________________6140 Combination Pumps, black and

Lima Beans ________. .___________7/::c Best Flour ______. .______55c. and $1.05. white, sand and white, TO

Cal. B. E. _________________________8c F. \\ Lard 10's __________________95c Regular $4.50 for $3.50 EVERY PURCHASER

Fine Grits ____________1: _______. ._2-Vj.c T. W. Lard, 4's ____________________38c i.

D. S. Meal (best) ________________131.c F. W. Lard, 2's_________. .__________19c White Colonial Pumps, Canvas ON THE FIRST DAY

Regular 30c. Coffee ___________. .__25c Pork and Beans ________________8 l-3c and Buck OF THE SALE

Maxwell House ______________31c Potted Meats 4140 Regular $4.00 for $2.50
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V. C. Cream, tall ___________L --. .7/ e Onions ______. .____________________3c White Canvas Pumps--
Regular $4.00 for $3.25 1

Regular $3.50 for $2.75
Let us explain to you how yoti can buy at these prices. These prices obtain whetheryou

buy one or several of anything. \Ve claim to be able to save you from 10 per cent to

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ument. Stone mountain has been offered GRANDTODAY
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Wednesday, September 1. !
Bachelor Girls meet with Miss Guilda to the Daughters by Mr. Sam- P69 r 1!
Happersett at 10 a. m. uel Venable and it is there the nota-

Thursday, September 2. ble memorial to the brave men of -
Beginners' shoot at the Country Club, the South will be dedicated.
will be held under the auspices of
the Orlando Gun Club. --0-
Friday September. ATTENTION, II
W. C. T. U. meets in the parlors of REBEKAIIS.
the Baptist church. The class of instruction of Rebekah -I Whv
Dance at the Hoof Garden for the
Lodge No. 12 will meet at Odd Fel-
Bconomyin .younger set.HALF -- lows hall Wednesday, September 1, "FEMININE WIT"A Q FRIENDSHIP LINKS Q

A CENTJnV OF at 20.:: All members are urged to Mina
be Comedy. Every girl should have one of these Bracelets, each
WEDDED LIF":::: present at this meeting.Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P.. Hudson W. II. Brokaw. link from a different friend.

were at home to their friends yesterday I ll 25c. including engraving.

upkeep and i afternoon and about v,.o hundred SOCIETY NOTESOF WHEN HEARTS ARE YOUNGA
guet .s offered congrat,::I-itions: to the INTEREST.
bride and groom over whose h\ds I Miss Ella Taylor Slemons daughter Lubin Drama. I ALLEN & CO., JEtiYau *1
gasoline con- fifty years have rolled since they I of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slemons, 0
plighted their troth at Sunny Hil! i i I who has been visiting her sisters [6. .d]
sumption are Farm, in Illinois. i ..:rs. R. P. Marks and :Ilrs. John S. ] r :__ --OCI.
Captain Hudson and Miss:: Mary I I Ar:old, Jr., in Jacksonville has re- "THE DUMB WOOING"An
Weaver were formally betrotaH; before tuned to her home in this city.
items to be con- I i Edison Comedy. If quality for a low price is an object
the of the
war states, inu an-
-oI our wall papers will win your favor.
swering the call to arms, the :;a]!anl I I, Th- Board of Governors of the As- ) ', For the next 30 days we will offer for
sidered in buy- captain bade farewell to his fancc I EOJed: Charities will meet next S i' sale 5000 rolls of Wall' Taper
from Ic. to 5c. roll. Now is the
and served the entire period of tie I n je'--iy!: afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, time to per
"THE ORIENTAL RUBY"A buy, and do your papering
ing a car. war, returning to claim his bride i... r.: t.e cnn Juan hotel. The board when you get ready.
the end of the summer of 186:>. meets or ...i" first and third Tuesdays Biograph Drama. We also carry a full line of High-
The upkeep in This worthy couple have lived in rf each oicn'h. -: c Grade Paints Oils and Varnishes.
several We invite to call and
states, coming to Florida --0I -- you inspectour
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the DODGE is from Kansas City about twenty years I Th? r.1C-: of the A. B. C., which 5 cents 10 centsA I i stock.Orlando
ago. Their only son died vhen a lens tj h.hC been held yesterday af- w eMNt
child and their two daughters, 1:". ', : ,2:'n'.1 ,t *hc home of Miss Mary
Paint & Wall ft
:ned a great Hattie Hudson and Mrs. R. M. Hudson j.\IcCuikigli, has been postponed. The x Paper
reside with them in this city. date of the meeting will be announced GOOD BILL 205 S. Orange Avenue
the The home 0 n East Washingtonstreet later.
by veryonableprice COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
was very attractive in floral -- -
decorations of gold and yellow, the The Bachelor Girls will be entertained Tomorrow: Warwick in
'; drawing room where the bride and this morning between the '.. .. . . . ... . . . ... ..
groom received being bright with hours of W and 12 by Miss Guilda "The Man of The Hour."

.' )arts, as you lights and flowers while the many Happersett.Mr.[ One of the Best Productions of i iI
gifts of gold pieces, gold painted I The New Ice Company i

note by a china, linen, and other gifts were Donald Woodrum of Chicago, i the season. I II
displayed in the same room. arrived in Orlando yesterday and will I I PHONE 675

: : of the fol- Many letters and telegrams were spend several days in this section
y received from friends and relatives
hold-
looking over his extensive realty
extending in distance from Maine to ings. He is the secretary and treasurer Delivery Daily
-' prices California. The of the I
ing : gift daugh- of the Orlando Development'
ters was a handsome Victrola and company, of which Mr. :M. Smith is I

records.The the local representative with officesin I Wait for our wagon. We think
guests were greeted at the
the Hand building. .
)u $1.60 door by Miss Hudson and Mrs. Hudson vou will like our ice.

and Mrs. J. 1... Guernsey met
Rings .25 them in the living room and invited HUPMOBILE SALES
ROOf GARDEN[
them to the dining roam where Miss In the first thirty days, under the
,Irene Canfield Mrs. Abernethy Miss- 1916 Hupmobile contract J. P. Hol-
:ting I es; Guernsey and Hamblin served delicious rpok the local dealer, has sold one- The New Ice Company1.111.111.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII..III..I.IIII'L j :
third of the cars allotted to him for
I ice cream and cake, salted' nuts the year. A few deliveries have been
,.. .;.Beaiing.7k I and gold colored mints. The table made and a promise of cars by the !. TODAY '
was decorated in gold and white with company will enable the local agency
.- I to make deliveries in few
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Punch was served on the screened "Where there's life there's Hupp." illlllllilMlittMIIIIHtitlMMIHilllllFRANK ..,..
Pinion 2.50 porch by Mrs. Happersett, the deco-
TOM BOY"A I
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rations being quantities of pink roses, OLD FASHION SQUARE DANCEOld
v I Mrs. Happersett wearing an appro- two part drama.
; priate of dainty pink and white. fashion square dance at Joy-
gown land, Thursday night, September 2. A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;
: She was assisted by Mrs. J. P. Mus- Other dances between sets. Every-
the
.- selwhite. body welcome. 9-1-ltc
PETE THE PEDAL POLISHERAn
Interesting photographs of Mr.and
Mrs. Hudson taken before their mar- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY American Comedy.
.r Itself riage were on exhibition, and on the .

wall hung some mementos of the war, WANTED car to go from Orlandoto
with the Captain's well preserved Lockhart five ((5) mornings in a "PATHE WEEKLY, NO. 62
week. Rates must be reasonable.Call .
sword.
< :ms like a on or write 311 W. Church street.
The world before your eyes.
Mrs. Hudson was prettily gownedin 1 CURTIS & O'NEAL
white organdy garnished with
ng of life, shadow 'lace the daughters also wear- 9Ilt.Favorite
ing white dresses with exquisite hand The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
; funding in embroidery.In The One-Price Theater Insurance Loans Real Estate i

these days people have a habitof

: ility' trigger- growing younger as they grow TODAY'S PROGRAM Rentals
older and this handsome couple have :Majestic. "The Spell of the Poppy."
followed the new fashion looking as A drama in two parts. Dress Pattern given away at 9
Thanhouser. "The Telltale Scar."
ftintheglidgetaway
up to date and interested in the af- Komic Comedy. "Flooey and Axel." o'clock tonight. .
fairs of the world as though they had Four good reels of Mutual movies.
encountered only sunshine through' Five cents to all.
their long journey together and al] I.

I splendidly their clouds had been silver lined. PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414 10 cents 5 cents ,
Mr. Hudson was several years ago .or
ESTABLISHED 1886
from the proprietor and publisher of the Sentinel PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
and our heartiest congratulations -
are hereby extended to him and Terms Reasonable Thursday night, "Who Pays?"

htestjerkjOr his good wife, accompanied by the Miss Mabel Durham The Boy Scout Farm.
wish that they may live to celebrate 1111111.111111111111111111111111111",11.1.11.1" .

:ip or jolt. their sixtieth or pearl wedding and Room No. 9
their diamond wedding at completionof
DAVIS & MCNEIL BUILDING
seventy-five years of wedded life.
Church Street
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00 JUNIOR DELIGHTFULLY MATRONS ENTERTAINED.A MODEL KINDERGARTEN It Melts in Your Mouth

150. delightful time was enjoyed by

the Junior Matrons yesterday after- SCHOOL
noon at the home of Mrs. Gordon

Wright. As a result of the after- MISS LEY, Director DAILY BULLETINPEACH .

.' t Orlando noon's game the first prize a book, Opens Monday September 27,
was captured by Mrs. Thos. Brod
in Primary room, First Methodist -
water. Church. Froebel System,
Dainty refreshments, consisting ofa VANILLA
graded work. Beginners, first
salad course were served by the and second grades, pupils 3 to CHOCOLATE

hostess. 5 years of age. PINEAPPLE
ii.: W.\ Those who enjoyed Mrs. Wright's For particulars phone 221, or PISTACHIO
hospitality were Mesdames Leon B. call at 14 East Jackson Street, CHERRY
Fort, T. B. Brod.water, Davis Fish after September 1st. .
back, Lewis Hewitt, and Louis Do- I CARAMEL


iillips Tuesday live.The club by Mrs.will be T. B.entertained B rodwater.o next. The Cathedral School W e deliver from one quart ap

WOMENIN -

THE NEWS. Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
& Atlanta Ga.. Aug. 30.-The United School for Girls
Daughters of the Confederacy plan to 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 Hand's Pure Ice CreamPhone
establish a unique monument to the Primary Intermediate and Academic
lost cause of the Confederacy. It win Grades

be an entire mountain of granite, Also Music, Art, Elocution Physical
Sons beautified and inscribed tanding like Culture and Domestic Science. 566 and 666
the pyramids of old. The Atlanta For Catalogues address the Rector,

chapter has secured the rvices of Rer. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M, ..
Gutzon Borglum, the noted j sculptor, Orlando, Fla. .
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I PROGRAM WOMAN'S PROHIBITION -! FLORIDA UNSURVEYED LANDS I

UNSOLICITED LETTERWant DAILY SPORT LEITERI LEAGUE OF AMERICA i TOTAL 268,484 ACRES !I
MONDAY NIGHT I

to compliment you for Washington, Aug. 30.-Secretary of I FOR SALEWill

the excellent work you have done BY FRANK G. MENKE The program will be as follows: Interior Lane announced today that
for me. The Famous New York Sporting I
Opening congregation.
to Floridafor Expert. song the total of surveyed and unsurveyedlands
Have been coming
Scripture reading and prayer, A. V.
30 and have had work in the state of Florida is 268- i
years Cook.
done from Jacksonville to Key New York.-Claude Berry, catcherfor Secretary's report. 484 acres. In the state there are 136- j offer for sale for a few da
Pensacola the Feds, tells this 793 acres of vacant surveyed lands. |
to Pittsburgh
West ,St. Augustine -
Song, Touch Not, Taste Not, Han-
I The following Florida postmasterswere i the property corner Orange Avenue
and I can truthfully say one: dle Not, ,
have never had such excellent "One day while' I was catching for chorus.CONTEST classified today under the per '

work done for me, as you have the Dallas, Texas, team a runner on Recitation The Rumseller's Sign, manent civil service: Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

done. The proprietors of the i first started to steal second. I pegged Buren Carrol.' Wulfert, Lee county Mason C.

laundries of Jacksonville and i toward the base but our picher, Song, Down in the License Saloon, Dwight. the skating rink property, for $26,000.
smaller :Walker had moved out of the box Beresford, Volusia county, Miss :
Tampa, not to speak of .
V. Cook.Recitation
I I 1A. $2,000 down and balance
places, can come to your place after he delivered the ball, and walked Satan and the Grog- Mary M. Lowrie. I I $1,000 a year
and learn how to do work. The right into the throw. Lotus, Brevard county, Mrs. Eva D.I
seller, Mabel Branson. and interest at six cent.
feel "The ball hit Walker of the Osteen. per
people of Orlando can justly on top Song, We'll Fight for Prohibition,
head and Walker dropped to the Senator Fletcher is slowly recover-
proud of their Steam Laundry. as Bertis Ingersol.
the ball bounded high in the ing from the serious infection of one
(Name on application.) ground Recitation, Three Aged Dames,
air. The runner had reached second of his feet caused by a fading sock.
that time and not seeing the ball Mary Wilson. He is regarded as in no danger.
by Song, Glory Temperance Song, Ke- C. A. HOVEY
Orlando in play raced for third. But our ziah Thorpe. Representative Frank Clark, of
shortstop saw the ball, caught it as it Florida, has been hobnobbing with
Recitation, Saloons, the Cause of '
came down and whipped it to third in friends in Washington several days.
Anarchy, T. Thorpe.
Steam Laundry time to put out the runner. He is the guest while here of his
He's Drunkard
,
Song a Tonight I
"The official scorer credited three brother, who is on the house door-
.FRENCH DRY CLEANERS Cecil Branson. i keeper's force.CHICAGO J.I J.. ,
He -- -
with assist.
men an gave me an h
LAUNDERERS I Recitation, All for a License, Sarah
assist because I had made the original

PHONE 88 i throw, he gave one to the pitcher I Ingersol.Song, It's a Long Way to Prohibi- TO HAVE THE LOWESTTAXICAB The sari et
because his head had deflected the RATE
tion, Mary Gould.Recitation I
i ball to the shortstop, and, of course, I I Signing the Pledge,I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

FOR SALE! he gave one to the shortstop" for making Helen Gould. I II I Chicago, .-Chicago is to have the OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

i the throw to third. Song, The Home to Be, Karl Ford. lowest taxicab rate in the United
SCREENS WHAT AM -0I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
i Talk on Temperance. I States it was made known today. A
SCREENS Berry's Claims to Fame Awarding of medals. local taxicab company announced thatit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. I Berry, by the way, is believed to Special music by the Currier band. had reduced its fare for an average Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
,be the only catcher now in the big
John W. Pounds, Agent Benediction. trip within the business district to and pure.
Box 703 leagues who jumped into a grand Don't miss it! ,twenty cents, a rate lower than that We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
I stand after a foul ball-and caughtit. authorized by the city ordinances.The everything in the Meat Line.
He performed the trick when he I
Sentinel Want Ads Par. former rate was thirty cents.
was in San Francisco in 1908.
H. HVdL Self & Co.
Berry's other claim to fame is that --- <

Di1C1M1 Parrisn DIVIMI during the season of 1908-1909 in California PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
( covering a straight stretch of

of the finn of Drs. Parrish & 12 months-he caught 334 games,
while with the San Francisco team.
Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located I
indefinitely at Lumsden'sStable That means he worked nearly every September Victor Records
day for a year.
on West Church Street. -()- YOU OUGHT TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING:

The Doctor is a graduate vet- Thrown Ball Breaks Jaw "Booster Fox Trot" and

erinarian. A trial will convinceyou Neal Ball, once with the Indiana 'r "Glad Rags One-Step," By the Victor Military Band. ,
i
of his superiority over the and Red Sox, broke a base runner' "La Paloma (Saxaphone Sextette) by Six Brown Brothers.

uneducated horse doctor. Examinations jaw with a throwrjf ball' during a "Mrs. Rastus At The Telephone," By Ralph Bingham.

made free of chargeat game between the Bloomington ((111.) "Old Black Joe," By Alma Gluck, with Male Chorus.
and Cedar Rapids (Iowa) teams sev- Two new Hawaiian Songs by Toots Paka Troupe.
the stable. en or eight years ago. Also many other extra fine records. Come and listen.

Calls answered by day or Ball was playing second base. The t
iR \v. S. BRANCH
night. other team had runners on first and ,

PHONE NO. 25 third. A zipping grounder was hit to THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

toward Ball and the man on third I Exclusive Distributors of Victor Goods.
raced for second.

Ball made a dazzling stop of the

grounder and threw toward home. SKATING RINKLADIES'

O'Connor ran right into the ball. It

caught him flush on the jaw and
BargainNew
broke the bone in three places. 0"White
SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
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Tobin Stars in Outfield DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

One of the most brilliant young. a -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

I sters in the Federal League is Johnny Beauty" INSTRUCTORS. .
.
I Tobin, the fleet.outfielder of the St. Adnawl u 6.J. ,wr r

house, 8 rooms and bath. Louis club. Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

; Tobin who is 21 years old, was a THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM
Location perfect, 4 blocks from Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
'pitcher until the latter part of the
"The Hoosier Saves Steps"The
center of city, east side. ,1914 season. He played on the sand Cabinet n__

For quick sale $3000. Cash or lots and with some prep school team low price of this wonderful labor-saving machineon -AJDMISSI02ST 10 CENTS
in St. Louis. In 1913 he was offered
the Hoosier fact-
I the club plan is fixed everywhere by:
terms. la i job with the Sloufeds and accepted ory. You pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms.

'II it. Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and
It was soon seen that Tobin's phys- work tomorrow.
kitchen
have it save two hours from your
' ique could not stand the strain of big
CARL DANNWANTED ,league pitching. He was too small OSCAR HAND & SON ORLANDO ROOFINGANL

I and too light. But he looked like a

real ball player and Fielder Jones decided -

to try him in outfield. SHEET METAL CO
Tobin was an immediate success as

an outfielder. He can cover ground The Orlando Meat MarketT.
with the fleetness of a jack rabbit,
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
USEDFORDS he's a wonderful fielder and thrower, ,
and he's one of the timeliest hittersin A. YANCY,Jr., Manager
and Rubber Roofings
the Gilmore circuit.NATIONAL .
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

TENNIS MEET Cornices, Skylights Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
Florida and Western Meats


New York, Aug. .-Play will be- Works: 14 E. Church St. i ORLANDOTopsv ,
WE BUY AND PAY YOU SPOTCASH Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
I gin at the West Side Club ground,

Forest Hills L. I., today for the national Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders I L

tennis championship. It will ..
I continue every week day until the Business (135 P. O. BOX 226
champion is determined.The PHONES |Residence ,133 :or. Orange Ave. and Church St.

IF YOU NEEDMONEY I bringing of the championshipgames Backs Cushions
from Newport to New York ,
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means that a crowd of seven thousand -

persons may watch the play. The advance Rollins College Winter ParkOldest Curtains, Celluloids, Bows
sale of seats assures good ,

crowds. The courts are only fifteen College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,

AND HAVE ONE FOR SALE minutes by electric. train from the Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business PAINTING .
heart of Manhattan.The Teachers Course.
COME odds today are on R. Norris
Williams, the present title holder and Twelve buildings, steam heat electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-
dollar endowment. Three teachers of
nasium, no malaria, quarter-million
Maurice McLoughlin, of California; music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
but Karl H. Behr's recent victory over rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
See Mr. Hutton McLoughlin' has brought his claimsto and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of

attention. William M. Johnston, soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE, Mgr.
ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON Loating, swimming, golf, tennis, football basketball; Christian but undenominational
of California, McLoughlin's protege, I ; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
STREET will also be closely watched. address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.

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I The Morning Sentinel Want I No. 4 West Pine Sreet Phone 617
ORL.A JSTDC Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 YowellDuckworth -
Ad Medium in Orlando.Terms I Phone 161 i i

Cash in Advance. I Building.

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES

For One Day ______________25l FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW i
For Three Days ____________50c
I
For Six Days _______________75c DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
"..... For One Month ____________$2.50
I This rate applies on all ads of ,
Phone 172
P I 25 words or less. If the ad contains I
/ I' more than 25 words the rate Room 5 Watkins Block Ii
,
will be one cent per word for I i Phone 72
.r, !I each additional word, for each in- I
sertion.
I, I Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
If can't ad
bring to
you your
M the office telephone No. 24. Accounts J. M. CHENEY Davis & McXeill Block
I opened by telephone will be I
eR payable the following day. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone r

II Every Home--E ery Business 87 Victor Starbuck
f Yt r_; Li iss Every Man has use for a ,I
I Sentinel Wan Ad. Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

I Bldg.
Phone 161
SALE
FOR

I No. 6V.. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
I FOR SALE rive passenger: Studebaker R. RAY WHITE
automobile, in first-class con
I dition; has new mohair top and just
; out of the paint shop; will sell cheap ATTORNEY-AT LAWRoom
for cash, or exchange for land. Address -
Box 341. 8?9-3tc 41
., :'x., F. A. PEPPERCORN
*' ,' MULES FOR SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
'O. ,1 Pair nice mare mules in good condi BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
i t = tion, suitable for farm or heavy hauling *
4 ; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply
DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
I>. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf RefiningCo. : 37
., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
one quarter mile from city limits; Phone 716
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See'Carl Dann. Rooms 2 and 3- L. Percival Hutton
Yowell-Duckworth Bldg

FOR RENTRANTED 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
Take A Tip From Mary Sunshinehome I SURVEYING ARCHITECT


WANTED house of from 6 to 12 Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
is. oh, so modern and Gas appliances have made it so. All day long Gas saves Mary lots of rooms, modern, in Winter Park.
id many, many steps. Mary of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater Will lease for a year from about Oc- PROMPT AND ACCURATE Florida.
jer room warm while she slips into her pretty negligee and scampers to her warm tub and then I tober 15. Address Box A,Lake Wales,
Fla. WORK Member F. A. A.
ty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waiting to burn up at the touch of a match.h 8-26-Gt
; the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas
for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm BOOKKEEPER-Wanted, bj young HAL A. IRISH
.
'--\-** g, but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. man position as bookk apt Can
f tip from Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. use typewriter and take light dicta- Civil Engineer
tion. Best of references, both local
and college. Ans. Sentinel C. L. S. .r2>F
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8-29-Gt 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. r f:" "

: : ANDO WATER & LIGHT CO WANTED-To harness and buggy.buy Florida Will buy pony sep- Phone 72
arate. Must be cheap for cash. Ad-
dress A, care Sentinel. 8-31-3t

GAS DEPARTMENT WANTED-Position by young man, Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL
married; good habits; experienceddriver OPTOMETRIST
::::::: and mechanic. Address. "Posi- and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
tion,
care Sentinel. 8-31-3t
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSESAND
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one ,Davis & McNeil Bldg DO ALL KINDS OF
hour, 12 miles
for 30c. 8-28-tfc e
I ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl.REPAIHNQ
MHIIIMMOMI ....I1111111I11.11111II ; I1111111I11111111 BUYERS AND SELLERS
I buy, sell rent, and exchange: real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over Economy InSpraying Cut Flowers
$20,000,000. Call and see me.;

i APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ 10-6-3m reduce our stock F. A.as much LEWTER.To as pos. and Plants

4 sible by the 15th, will give a discountof
25 per cent. off our regular cashprice Floral
OCOEE FLORIDA on any goods in stora Ham Designs
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf
Get the BEST spray-

"while Umbrellas you wait recovered" at Young's and repaired Repair ing oil. Spray at the
I Shop. 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc time with the IOU! Dell Florist. .
;- :lie leading .varieties of Orange and Grape- I right ..

'; Trees in fine condition at the very lowest RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB right mixture. J. HI. CARUTHERS

Located in Texaco Parafine
the Arcade BuildingAll
Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
s :: :: :: ::
work guaranteed and neatly -
Cervus Oil
I done. Our work is the best --
and our prices are the lowest.
This is the place to have your Tests 32 degrees Bamme
The rainy season is the best time to set old clothes made new.

trees on high land. Trees set now will keepone CLINT BASSPHONE

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

next fall. 'Suit'II pressed _____________40c. West Jefferson Street
(All Palm Beaches scrubbed & Son Successor to
-- --- and pressed ____________50c
1 Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood CompanyWood
Send for List and lowest 106 Grace StreetPhone
: j today Catalog, Description : : II
We do ladies' work also. Giveus of All Kinds
prices, to the above address a trial and be convinced. 283-2 Rings PROMPT SERVICE
I Clothes called for and delivered. Our wagons are always -
REASONABLE PRICE*
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Mr E.1I.: Giles: left yesterday afternoon ,'
for Arcadia to' visit relativesand '\ --
friends. :. "
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't& Mr. G. S. Partin .left yesterday f \

morning for Titusville where he will '
,
Travel -in Pa.2ama spend' the next ten daYs 'on business. .. ;I ;, FOR EVERY i !

and everywhere on American temto., is simplified' by "A.B.A." "Where there's life there's ,
j. Cheques. 0 They: are much safer to carry than cash; and they are 18-22-6tc Hup. '
t' accepted tile:currency by strangers et'e a check or draft would '
.
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare $10 A WEEK 1T;
ttlf'ldentifying. We'TQCommend. them to all who.travel for .Mrs. M. B. Ray has returned to her :;
business or'pleasure.The I hOme on West Concord avenue, after '

State'' Bank of Orlando"ELDER" I a delightful visit to points in North Y fP ,
Carolina.
N YOU SPEND

h
Miss Nettie Carpenter left
yesterday t
. .. oft
.
afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine

for Jamestown, N. Y., where she <
d will visit relatives.


Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. ,
-, 8-21-tf YOU SAVE .
,.
Mrs. R. M. Buekmaster, who has
i been visiting relatives and friends in
LL Orlando, returned yesterday afternoon $10 A YEAR "

L to her home in Arcadia. f

','
Attorneys C. P. Dickinson, Victor
S. Starbuck and J. A. Rowe journeyed t
to DeLand yesterday where

they went on professional business.

IF YOU ASK FOR SAYINGS CHECKS : '
ard.Get your next shave at the 18-21-tf Stand- 11'

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Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Mathes left yesterday -

morning for Coronado Beach .., :: -

where they expect to spend some time 1. ... If! ..' ,
enjoying the bathing and fishing.Mr. :: .

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P. 11. Shanibarger, a prominent :
fruit grower and trucker of the Pine The Peoples'; National Bank ,
Castle section, was transacting business ;

and greeting friends in Orlando /. -
yesterday.How ;- 0

t
much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
Spring WaterIS

Mr. J. G. Kirkland, division passen- .
ger agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, 111111 iiiiiuimmiimiimiiHiiiiiiiiimiNew
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING,. with headquarters in Tampa, spent

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD yesterday in Orlando looking after 1111..1.1..1..1..11..11..1.111111111111111111111111111..

transportation matters.Mr. ,

Phone WRIGHT 444 '.
and Mrs. A. H. Bailey, of Griffin -,
Ga., are spending a few days in
TRY Better TRY Orlando on business and recreation.

IT BEST IT They came by"" way of the Atlantic Studeba er'i1.; '
Coast Line last evening.


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c.
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Here This Week
r Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Fudge, ofjGras !

mere, were among the 0 visitors to Or-
w
lando yesterday. Mrs. Fudge was en I

route to Lakeland on account of the values ,
what
Wait and see you cans t "
illness of her mother, Mrs. J. P. Scar-

'- .. lett. for $1050 and $885 I

How much did you save last monthin 't.
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf ) '

Miss Catherine Bechberger, the pop-
"
ular and efficient stenographer in the
Notice To Ford Purchasers
State Bank of Orlando, left yesterday I .-",
afternoon to spend her well earned
Between Aug. 1 1914 vacation with relatives and friends in San Juan Garage Corn] ; ;

and Aug. 1 1915 Tampa. -

Deposit your Savings Checks and Orlando Daytona
All Ford purchasers who hold Profit- let them earn 4 per cent. interest for '
"
Sharing Coupons will please endorse same you. 8-12-ti DISTRIBUTORS '1
:
and return immediately to The Ford Ia a
Mr. Isaac S. Levy, of New York a .
Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send popular commercial representative ofa .

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur- wholesale drug house, who has been I

chased during above dates. making annual pilgrimages to this 1IHIIIIM .. tIMtt \ MlllllllllltMMMIM'illlMiitllllllllltllllHUI .
section for the
past twenty-odd years,
.
For further information, phone was in Orlando yesterday calling' on -.... II ii I II.lltftr
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F.G.RUSH ; the trade. t. ,

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. Who Will Be Your' Executor?
32 East Church Street Phone 226ItniMMIQIiMIIIIMMMm 18-18-tf ,
9

Mr. H. H. Witherington represented
ANSWER NO. 2
Apopka on Orlando's thoroughfares
yesterday. lie is one of West Or- Your estate may be materially impaired as a j ,, ; I
ange's enthusiastic boosters,' and reports direct result of the appointment of an executor rb rrY

things in general as being in or trustee. i

excellent condition in his section of When an individual is appointed
: the county.Mr. rt s,; fix: 4
weaker.It
The financial responsibility is generally
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress -
tr'nominated
correctly. is usually provided in wills that the person -
: A. E. Lang, district manager of t
'
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer the Western Union, with headquarters to serve as executor shall be excused 4'i ,
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to ;break into bonds. .
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society."! *: in Jacksonville, who has been takingthe from giving

Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will "trick" in the local office duringthe When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- e j
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. indisposition of Mr. R. K. Harris, pense of the estate, and then only partial secu- .
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe left yesterday for points in the northern -
loss is provided. .
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of part of the state. rity against
gentility. When a Trust Company is selected- ,'
,
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each The positive advantage of strong financial re- e _
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No Deposit your Savings Checks and .
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings let them earn 4 per cent. interest for sponsibility is secured.A / ;
exactly alike. : /ou., 8-12-tf bond which has behind it the entire financial i iii ;
If you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. strength of the Institution is always filed with 1
If you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you Mr. E. M. Osborn, of Ocala, district the Probate Court at nn coM.t to the estate.
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans manager of the Fidelity Mutual
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come Life Insurance in town Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof
company was "'
in and be sociable.
this
yesterday conferring with :\lr''R.; Ray newspaper.
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks.
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and White, special agent of the ,Fidelity; r ..
+ China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans Tortoise Shell Mutual, on business. Mr. Osborn was Come in any time and freely ask for further s +
Work, anything artistic.' : reared in Orange county. and although information on this vitally important subject. t
Original designing done for special platinum work. a booster for the "Brick You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible ,, City" is much pleased to see the glad to advise. _
prices. hustle and growth of Orlando: within

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