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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 4, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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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THE MORNING SENTINEL :



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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1915. NUMBER 176.
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2,000 DEAD AS BRITISH TRANSPORT GOES






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DOWN TRANSPORT WITHIN LAST TO GO PAVEMENT MAY CENTRAL POWERSARENOT Brief Bulletins I: PEACE AGITATION

Ticked Off Wire
MONTH ADVERSE TO PEACE TALK i


1,250 SOLDIERS AND 320 OffiCERS GO DOWN EAST -- I At Late Hour HAS ALREADY I

Washington, Sept. 3.-The United !to be received from Great Britain and

States will make no further efforts to j her allies before the president will FOREIGN RATES SOAR IX MARKET -

Germans Have Captured Impor- i make any further move. THAT IS UPSET
bring about in Europe until it
OF EOLA PARK peace President Wilson has made it clear New York, Sept. 3.-Foreign exchange STARTED
tant Position on'Dvina River has received information that its good
values soared in
several times that his original offer today an upset -

-Grodno Fortress Is offices will be welcomed by both sidesof lof service to bring about peace still market. Opening quotations on

Being EvacuatedBerlin CITY COUNCIL RECEIVES A the conflict. This was said authoritatively j stands and that he will do everything sterling recorded overnight gains RELIEVED BY WASHINGTON -
here today in official discussions i possible to further the movement. ranging from 7 1-2 to 121-2 cents.

Sept. .-(By wireless to I PETITION BUT ACTIONIS of the message from Pope Benedict -!The United States, however, will do First figures on sterling varied between POPE'S SUGGESTIONWILL

Sayville, N. Y.-"Telegrams fror* HELD UP delivered to President Wilson nothing likely' to endanger its posi- 04.70 and $4.75. HAVE EFFECTU.8.NOTASKEOTOTAKEINI1IIVE

Sofia," says the Overseas News yesterday by Cardinal Gibbons. tion as a friend to all belligerents it : Similar rises were reported in Lon-

Agency today, "state that off the entrance From the fact that the Vatican is was said authoritatively.The don.

to the Dardanelles a British "GAS"TANKS OUTSIDE fiRE LIMITS in close touch with Austria the con- pope's message will not be

transport struck a mine and sank struction placed by officials on the I made public by this government. London Sept. .-There were further i

with 320 officers 1,250 soldiers, and Motion Passed to That Effect- pope's message is that the Germanic Enough of the contents of the mes- erratic fluctuations in American Feared That Such Movement

300 members of the crew, all of whom powers would be willing to discuss I sage is known however, to give basis exchange today and the market was

were drowned. Six hundred bodies City Treasurer Made Grat- peace at this time. It was stated by i for indications that Austria Germany nervous for a time. Cable transfers Would Aggravate Strained

were recoven d." ifying Report-Other those in closest touch with the administration -I and Turkey are not adverse to discussing opened unsettled and considerably Relations With Great

that similar word will have I peace. higher than New York, at 4.65 to ..
Britain
London, Sept. 3.The Germans BusinessAt 4.67.. The quotation jumped almost

have captured a bridge head at the regular meeting of the city i. immediately to 4.70 sellers, there being ,Washington, D. C-, Sept. 3.-Official i"t
MUlES
Lennewardene on the Dvina river, council yesterday a petition was pre- BIG NEUTRAL GRAIN CROP HORSES-425OOO few buyers. Washington believes that the

midway between Friedrichstadt and sented the of the to the -
by property owners on suggestions pope president
OUR MAIN BATTLESHIP FLEET
Riga, according to an official report East street for brick have started agitation that
received here from Berlin, strikingthe asking pavingon Report Shows Crops of Wheat, Have Been Purchased by Warring COULD BE PASSED THROUGH an
that portion of the street betweenits will not cease until proposals to bring
Russians at the most vital pointof Rye, Barley and Oats 20 Nations of Europe PANAMA CANAL IN
intersections with Robinson ave- about European peace have actually
their entire line. nue and East Washington street, lying Per Cent. Larger in From U. S.-No Dan- ONE DAY been made by the state department to
Washington, Sept. 3.-Proof that
Should Von Hindenberg who, according directly east of Eola park.A Neutral Countries ger of Shortage the entire present main American the warring powers.
has
to recent been
reports, row of giant oaks runs along this The state department and the
i battleship fleet made of four divisions
up
reinforced until his in this
numbers million army succeedin region part of East street and the plan as Washington, Sept. 3.-Grain pro- Washington Sept. .-To date 425- of five ships each and a flagship White House officials were not opti-

a men, outlined proposes for the property duction in countries outside the war 000 horses and mules have been mistic in the sense that they believed
total of
a twentyone'esse'ls,
of the
Dvina the
forcing a passage owners to pay for a fifteen foot pave- has increased this twen- shipped out of the United States for that results would be achieved imme-
Russians would be zone year by could be passed through the Panama
compelled to give ment the east side of the the European and their within assignable
on trees belligerents diately or any pe- ..
Riga and face the of ty per cent. The International Insti- canal in one day, has been affordedby
necessity a
up
while the city puts down a similar purchase has been a big boon in the
hasty retreat in order to their of received the handling of the naval academy riod.They
save tute Agriculture report ..
pavement on the west or park side. market for medium class horses de- are aware, however, that this
practice squadron in the canal lockson
armies between that river and Vilva
Between these two pavements abroad today estimated the 1915 crops of partment of agriculture officials said government has not been asked to
its .
and southwest. of the latter way to and from the Panama .
even parkway would be left sur- Denmark, The Netherlands Rouma- today Government experts find that Pacific deal with any definite scheme.
town. In addition to the loss of exposition.ELECTROCUTE
Riga rounding the row of oaks. This park- nia Canada, India Japan Spain Ireland. very few high bred horses have been i They also believe that the messageof
the Russians this would the
by put way would of course be beautifiedin England Scotland, Italy, Euro- .exported with the result that prices : the pope is to be estimated from
Germans in command of the FIVE IX PRISONAT
great every way possible and with the pean Russia Switzerland Tunis and for ordinary equines have increased. the viewpoint, not of his own opinionsor
naval base that and im- SING SING I
at
point addition of rustic benches would no the United States as follows: : Most of the horses have gone to desires, but from that expected intimate -
mensely facilitate their drive Pe- Ossining N. Y., Sept. 3.-'Five
on doubt become a favorite resting place Wheat, 2,073,000,000 bushels; an increase i England but many shipments have murderers knowledge which he has of the
trograd. were put to death in the elec- i
for both tourists and home folks. The of 20.2 per cent. over 1914. been made to France and some to future plans of Austria and Germany.On .
All of the Russian I tric chair at Sing Sing prison
today 110
military resources beautiful park and Lake Eola on the Rye 1,062,000,000 bushels; an Italy. The supply is not being seri- high authority it was said today
being directed to the de- in-I inside of 65 minutes.
are one side, and numerous handsome res- crease of 19.7 per cent. [ously depleted government officials that the chief stumbling block in the ..
fense of the Dvina lines.It .
idences on the other would make this Barley, 1,016,000,000 bushels; ar\ estimating that there are today approximately way of a discussion of peace is the

is learned from Petrograd that one of the show places of the city. increase of 17.8 per cent. 21,000,000 horses and MISTAKES WIFE FOR BURGLAR strained relations which this move-

the key to the entire situation lies at At present the city is not financially Oats 2,375,000,000 bushels; an increase 4,000,000 mules in the country. AND SHOOTS HER ment might cause between the United .
this point.
able' to put down its part of the of 23.1 per cent. States and Great Britain.
The Germans make no claim of pavement but the property owners' THREE DODGE CARS SOLD Sanford, Fla., Sept. 3.Considerable His view is that these relations '

having crossed the river, which is share of the work will porbably be NO MEETING BOARD OF TRADE excitement was caused in the would be more strained when the
wide and rapid at Lennewardene.The .
put down in a short time, after which, Two out of the three Dodge cars neighborhood of Tenth street and note from this government which is '

German attacks on Friederich- as soon as the municipal exchequer On account of Monday being gen- received Thursday by I. W. Phillips Park avenue this morning at 4 o'clock to be sent to Great Britain has been

stadt continue uninterruptedly and permits the work will be completed. erally observed as Labor Day, the & Sons have already been sold. when R. D. Bostwick accidentally shot made public.
their losses here are reported to be his wife mistaking her for a burglar.For .
The matter will be again taken up Board of Trade meeting scheduled for

I large. and in all probability settled at the that date has been postponed to the Latest music and magazines arriving several nights past residents in LOCAL CASHIER ENJOYING HOSPITALITY -

next meeting of the council.A. next regular meeting, two weeks daily. Also late books. Curtis & this section have been on tlfe lookoutfor OF JACKSONVILLE -
A BOB HOLLY USES PUNGENT PEN a burglar who has been seen in
. Y. Fuller petitioned for permission later. O'Neal. BANKER
ON "OUR B. M." this neighborhood and when Mrs.\ .
to install a patent gasoline tank -

(Sanford-Herald) and the pump garage on at the the parkway corner of in Orange frontof Just For Fun Be A War Prophet after Bostwick her arose baby this'she morning moved a to cot look in I i Geo. E. Nolan, cashier of the Or-

lando Bank
and Trust has
W. C. the where her husband Company,
Essington, business managerof avenue and Washington street. Coun- room was I

the Orlando Sentinel was in the cilman Robertson made a motion that And Do As These Persons Did!! sleeping, then walked into the next departed for Jacksonville Where he ,
will remain for
city on Wednesday and took the garages outside of the fire limits be room. This awakened Mr. Bostwick several days as the
Line for who became alert guest of J: P. Anthony vicepresidentof
Clyde Jacksonville. He was allowed to install patent gasoline -- immediately and
on his way to Indianapolis where tanks and when Mrs. Bostwick returned a few the Peoples Bank of Jacksonville
pumps, on parkways, under Man Wrote This ..
Mrs. Essington is spending the sum- control of the city council. Ma'orSperry Constantinople taken and seconds after he took aim and fired. and the Bankers Financing'Company.Mr. .
and will } :\ established The bullet entered the Nolan and several other personal .
and
mer, they sojourn a few seconded the motion, and i it ; right hip
weeks in Hoosierdom and enjoy the was carried, Councilman Johnson vot- Denmark, Portugal l striking the bone fortunately glanced friends of Mr. Anthony will enjoy a
at all with Allies
war
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frost on the pumpkin and a little ing no. and Lorraine almost; downward; otherwise, the accident trip to Mayport on Mr. Anthony'sprivate

sweet cider on the side. Councilman Johnson then moved : Germany holding all of may have proven a tragedy. Physi- yacht. The party will leave

Mr. Essington and his partner, W. that throughout the Belgium; England com- cians were summoned immediately Jacksonville at noon today. As Mon-
be
M. Glenn, purchased the Sentinel allowed garages to install patent gasoline city demolished.of the sea and Ger- and while the wound is a painful one, day is Labor Day and a legal holidayMr.

about and it is thought that it will not Nolan will not return until Tues-
a year ago are making a tanks and still neutral. prove
pumps on parkways, under -
good paper, in the capital of Orange. control of the city council. There ... possessions gone serious. day morning.

Both of them ae:young men and hus- being second the Mr. Bostwick is overcome with ..
no motion was lost. "
tlers of the real type. The city treasurer, S. Waters Howe, grief at the accident, but is thankful NEWPORT SHOW STARTS

Mr. Essington was given a taste submitted his report from August 2 Woman's Opinion that his wife's life was spared. I I -

of Sanford hospitality and has prom- to August 31, showing warrants paid England will find she has Newport, R. I.-The three days

ised the editor of the Herald that he '$11,942.01, and balance on hand $2- on work the with high destroying seas-that BASEBALL RESULTS Newport horse show started today.

4 will return some day and take a trip 179.26. Considerable other routina) her submarines and rob Attention was divided between the !'

up the St. Johns river and enjoy life Business was disposed of at the meeting her supremacy. France National League fine animals shown and the blaze of

as Sanford people do. We feel sorry marked gains while Ger- New York 2, Philadelphia 0. handsome and well gowned women.

for both Essington and Glenn and the be taken on by England.the Germans That; Boston 6, Brooklyn 3. There are forty-two classes.

other newspaper boys in Orlando be- ,PINTER PARK ELECTION RE- raid of vast importance Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 1.

cause there is very little water to SULTED IN $5,000; PUMP on London. Russia will Cincinnati 1, St. Louis 3. NO MEETING WHITE WAY COMMITTEE .
drink there and is closedon an inroad into Germany. Federal League ..
everything AND WELL BONDS
far as coming to an end.
Sunday. I neutraL"A ... distant future. I believe Brooklyn 3, Baltimore 2. I -

The special election at Winter Park the Scandinavian coun- Buffalo 8, Newark 1. On account of failure to get a quo-

0. H. S. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION yesterday was satisfactory in one re the U.Holland.S. will"remain neu- Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 1. I rum of the members, the Board of

ELECTS OFFICERSThe spect-the $5,000 proposition for the Kansas City 4, Chicago 0. Trade White Way committee held no

installation of a pump and well was Man's Conclusions American League (I I I meeting yesterday morning.

Orlando High School Footbal') carried by a majority of six votes; will still be in progress. Philadelphia 2, Boston 10. I I .

Association called a meetng at Mc- the sewerage system proposition call- nations will become in- Washington 2, New York 0. a a a a a a
the possible exception of
Cracken's yesterday at 3 o'clock and ing for $7,500 bonds was defeated by Allies will send large re- St. Louis 3, Detroit 2. I I. CHOPIN'S BIRTHPLACE DE- '

'a elected Richard Tucker, manager ami 4 votes. and will be in the pro- hicago 8-5, Cleveland 2-6. STROYED '

John Branham captain. Those pre. Belgium. Russia will Southern League .

t ent were Magruder. Lewter, Hutchi SOLDIERS' WIVES AS -DRUM of the on the Dardanelles.run and will Memphis 6. Nashville 4. I 1' Warsaw, Sept. 3.-The birth- '

son, Gould, Tucker, and Branham. MERS" and Germany will Little Rock 5, Chattanooga 1. place of Chopin, the Polish composer '

Coach McCracken w there hasn] Berlin.-A new field of endeavorhas demands of Uncle Sam. Birmingham 4, Atlnata 3. 'I has been completely de- -

been a team since '09 and '10, wht been opened to women by the Woman's- -- All played. II i I, stroyed by the fleeing Russians. -
Prophecy
I O. H. I
r S. got State ehampionshi// war. The wives of several hundred States neutraL Germany !I. The country estate at ZelazowaWola '

Prospects are good for & team beU German commercial travellers, who Naval battles in BANKS WILL CLOSE MONDAYOn near Warsaw, where the '

than ever. Another meeg will are now at the front have taken up I- immortal genius was born, was -

called in thefits near future to order ou the work of their absent husbands. commerce sale of ammunition laws reg- account of next Monday, Sep- burned, and of the monument of
and
in the lneanHu,",oianag Almost all of these female "drumners" of war, only allowing tember 6th, being Labor Day and a the composer in the park of the -

Tucker will arrange for games WIt. are successful and will be em- food and clothing. Sym- general holiday, the banks of Orlando| castle nothing is left but a pile of -
Jacksonville. Tampa. loved after the S. going to Germany, but -
Stetso n, Rollin war, if they so de- will duly observe same by remaining'dosed. broken stones.
etc.r e. maintaining neutrality. aa . . a a
proposed by U. S."




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Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Allen left on beings and about one-half of the | \
cases AN ODE !
f PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414
the early afternoon train today for LETTER TO THE SENTINEL I occurring in Florida come under the I Jacob Burkhard |

Chatsworth, Ga., where they will indigent classification. It also dis- By Victor Starbuck I I! PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER E

spend a few weeks before going to tributes free' to indigents the Jenner
FROM STATE BOARD (Written on the occasion of the I Terms PLUMBER j
Orlando to reside.-St. Reasonable
Augustine vaccine, the anti-typhoid vaccine, also I golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Record.<< diphtheria antitoxin. I Starbuck.;
i Miss Mabel Durham
OF HEALTHWhere The State Board of Health, at its
I J. M. S.-Aug.; 26, 1S65-1915: ; -:M. G. S.
annual spring session of 1915, author-
Dearly Beloved: On this summer's Room No. 9 Better I
ized and directed the installation of day I Known as "Jake the
DAVIS & :McNEIL: BUILDING
the :Money: Goes the system of tuberculosis district Let us remember-ere the envious

nursing, a practical treatment and ed- years Church Street Plumber"j
What do you One of the hardest things for the Blot out the vision-let us consecrateIn
individual to recognize is the fact of ucation in handling this disease, this the fiftieth year, that Marriage ----- -
hope for in a increasing age with all its infirmities. which is designed to take the placeof Day HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
About the most difficult matter of a state sanitarium. The sanitaria That glimmers faintly like pale sum- ,
mer dawn A. B. Cook & Co.
varnish ? system has been found from
long
comprehension for the average citizen experience Across green meadows, when, hand
ON
and tax payer is that it costs more to not to be state wide benefi- clasped in hand, Christ Building Orlando. WEST PINE STREET, JUST \

run a government, municipal, state or cial in the general treatment of the Like two bright dewdrops on a blade II

national, of a million or a hundred disease, and the open air treatment That kiss of grass ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
together and unite in one
IHE'ON million people than one of ten thou- under trained instructors is vastly With doubled luster, till the mountingsun INVESTMENTS LOANS
sand. Almost every one will recall more effective. The new plan of dis- ,

AW the huge outcry (largely for political trict nursing is a charge upon the Dissolve mist them up in slowly fading STOCKS AND ..

effect, of course) that went up when funds of the board. Into the universal air and sky- Phone 204
UiJTROVARNISHES congressional appropriations for the The legislature of 1915 authorizedthe Two were made one; that all the BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES I

maintenance of the United States board to undertake state-wide clamorous years
of education Could not dispart, until God's warmthof .
; jroeminent first totalled close to one campaign on health mat- love

billion dollars annually. There was a ters, by the use of the already fam Shall draw them to His heaven.
time when less than one million was ous "health train." Practical visual

enough, and some could not, or would instruction by expert teachers is to Let us rememberThe Hammond & GoreA
long procession of the
not, grasp the fact that the nation be given in every part of Florida thatis marching::

When you buy varnish for your had grown up. reached by railroads, and this That came rears like merchants from a far
floors you hope that it will improvethe FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS:
method is known to be off land
appearance of those floors and Recently, very recently, there has cheaper and
that it will be durable. been some sharp criticism of the cost vastly more effective than any other With merchandise of beauty and of
gloom-
Unfortunately much that is sold for of maintaining the work of the State means. This expense will be large, Spring with her blossoms, Summer Real Values Low Prices
floor varnish won't realize that hope Board of Health. The principal com- but the results will 'be worth all the with her fruits, I'

for j ou. plaint seems to be that it is greater Brown, windy Autumn, scattering
Lawson's Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish than it used to be twenty-five years cost.The board also has considered it golden leaves COMPARE
has a 'onderful.dl't'Plustrous finish. It is Wild Winter with his trumpetings of
easily applied because it works easily. It ago. In the first thirteen and a half necessary to erect a $.OOOO building storm,
is unequalled for durability and will not
scratch white. It dnes absolutely dust. months of its existence the work of at Pensacola for laboratory purposes. Seed-time and harvest increase 01 OUR FURNITUREWe

free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets the board cost $11,105w5. Duringthe The board maintains at five central i Yet the herd,
taking guerdon for their
As for economy Lustro has a covering twelve months of the year 1914 points in the state laboratories where f lar esses. provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac-
capacity that is wonderful. this cost was $129,012.03, or 13.J quick, accurate and scientific determinations Sapping the strength planting the cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

Try Varnish out at a our case risk.of returnable Lustro Elastic if unsatis Floor cents for each man, woman and child are made of disease germs frosty gray an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
-white, black, and yellow-in the through samples of blood submitted Upon rose.Leaving the ,hair, the wrinkle on the can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

factory.Made by Valentine & Co. state of Florida. The cost of the from the persons of patients. This disease to blight the blood stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
state government per capita was dose work is of incalculable value to the of Youth, .t

Manufacturers ofT to $3.87-one cent in every twenty- doctors of the state and through themto Need, winter sorrow,air pain, pests of tho

ALSP AR nine of the entire the people, in diagnosing disease. '
\ and cost of governing That devastated fields like Pharaoh's
McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
VAL-EXAMEL Florida, was expended to conserve The administration of the work of plagues;
the health of its citizens and their the board calls for a large aggregateof :Mean, beggar I bitter-eyed, hollow of
salaries. The same is true of ev I cheek, Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
!
hogs.Now Yet wearing always, even in their
what has this fund been spent ery institution, mercantile or educational : rags,
All to be had at .
for since March 11, 1889, when the which requires for its success A purple thread that spoke of empery,
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT board came officially into existence? the services of trained experts and : Proclaiming them the envoys of that

STORE During the first years of this strenuous specialists. The specialist is rightly I! Whose King kingdom laughs at strategyand till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 111I1 11111 11111 11111 III' w
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. existence, quarantine stations an expensive man, and who is willing steel,
had to be built, paid for from the to entrust the general health of Florida But with broad fiefs to hold and to

funds of the board. Next the management citizens to any but experts? i possess { CoffeeGivenAway
For those who dare simply to enter
io.BANSCIBACCabinet of smallpox in the state was From the beginning of its work in-

made a part of its duties. The wide every expenditure of the board hasbeen Where children's laughter and bare,
prevalence of the disease at that time recorded and these records have romping feet
Echo through doorways to the We are out for business and we are going to get it.
MakerDoors called for an enormous expenditure, been preserved. They are open to the j sun, open

and it was not until vaccination was inspection of every citizen and taxpayer And rumors of dishonor, envy, greed, Prices Saturday and Monday |
generally' adopted by the citizens of of the state. Such inspection, And plangent shrillness of tumult-

Screens, Porch Swings, I Florida, of their own volition (to protect intell'gently, honestly and fairly Come faintly uous trade, as the bellowing of the Coffee, 20 cents per lb., G lbs for _______________________$1.00
the neighbors against the unwise made, would disarm long distancecriticism sea Tomato Soup, Van Camp's, 3 cans for .:_____________________25c '"
Show Cases Sectional Book Cases
victim of the ailment) that this financial I whether it be made for political To one who sitting on a mountaintop Soups, Ready-Madef 3 cans for _____________.-'___________25c

Folding Card Tables, Cedar burden was in any measure liftedfrom purposes or from the attitude Maine Corn, 3 cans for _____________________:.___________25c i
Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes the board, and eventually the of the Irishman who didn't know Watches the the sky.march 'Of stars across Ginger Ale' 15 cent size, per bottle ___._..__._: .__________lie t J

tals, etc. Also Repair Work. reduction of this expense to the statethrough what the law was, but anyway he was Ginger Ale, 25 cent size, per bottle ___________________20c ,

All Work Guaranteed the agency of vaccinationwas "agin it." Yea, here you found your kingdom; in English Walnuts, per lb. _______-____-______________20c ,

ninety-nine per cent. children the heartsOf that you bore and nursed Fancy Irish Potatoes, per peck _____________________,_25c; X *

Then came three yellow fever epi SEC. DICKIE ESTIMATES NEW and reared, Tomatoes, per can ___________________._________________5c
12 E. Church St. Phone
117 demics, two in one )'earatliami i ORLEANS IS 809.9 MILES In neighbors you befriended; commonwealths Toilet Paper, 5 rolls for ________________________________25c

and Key West-and in 1905 there was DISTANT Green Seal Salad Dressing, 4 bottles for __________________25c
another at Pensacola in which ;) Your sturdy manhood and sweet
$75,-
000 was needed to meet the demandsof Tampa, Fla. More detailed womanhood FREE COFFEEWith
figureson Helped to upbuild; in fields you
$$2 St AugustineAND the emergency. In 1889 the treasury the distance to New Orleans via cleared and tilled, every order of $5.00, we will give 1 lb. of ground coffee FREE.

of the board was bankruptedfrom the proposed Gulf Coast highway And homes storms you of life made; against the $10.00 orders 2 lbs. coffee FREE. Special prices on Brooms.

excessive demands on accountof have been compiled by Secretary Not
asking gold or greatness-savethe
WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS
smallpox in previous years. Dickie of the Central Florida Highway gold .
RETURNMONDALSEPT.. Following this history in a general Association, and show the distance Of loyal hearts, the greatness of

chronological order, when the board to be, as nearly be large minds,
as can
6 C by economical administration of its learned, 809.9 miles. Detailed information I Wherein and, indeed great, you were both rich Our Grocery Company :

affairs had accumulated a fund of is not at hand from many of I And, of your substance, neither misering -

some size,for a real fight against tuberculosis the West Florida counties, either as Nor scattering up like wastrels holding Two Phones: 3 and 200 '
FIBAtlantic > the governor of the statend to the mileage of their roads or theircondition I fast ;
6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando
Fla.
the comptroller diverted $60,000 but from what Mr. Dickieis The good, the true; making the most J
from this accumulation to the pension able to learn the information givenis of least,
Coast fund. fairly accurate. The best of worst; wearing your 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'
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crown of years ..
The legislature some years since Some of the points that would be As an Olympian conqueror his bays.O .
provided for the care and treatmentf touched by this route are as follows:

Railroad of the South indigent crippled children of the Tampa, Tarpon Springs, Hudson, Ari- Love, young Love, (for thou art

state, and this most splendid charity peka, Brooksville, Inverness, Dunnel- They do ever blaspheme young thy who
name
has wrought and is working today an lon, Ocala, Gainesville, Suwannee that thou say CAREY HAND

Special Train untold amount of good, but this provision River, Perry, Sirmans, Tallahassee, Art blind! No blinder art thou than

was made from the funds of Havana, Quincy, Chattahooche river, the bards. _
LEAVES ORLANDO 2 P.M. the State Board of Health. The sum Marianna, Chipley, Bonifay, DeFun- The seers and years prophets of ten thousand FUNERAL DIRECTOR

Tickets limited to September 8 comparatively is not large, certainl';y iak Springs, Milligan, Milton, Fens Who, looking from the sod and stone, '
''I it is small compared with the result cola, Fla.; Mobile, Ala.; Biloxi' Gulf- beheld AND EMBALMER ,

accomplished, but it is a materials tax ; port, Pass Christian, Miss., and New Winged who angels aQd archangels' ; yea

Special train returning lea upon the funds of the state board.In Orleans. Or dreamed saw they saw the very bloodof I ._rr.r

St. Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8 its wisdom, some years ago, God
legislature ruled that the board, them WILL FOLLOW DIXIE HIGHWAY; That beat, in crimson pulses, throughthe All calls answered Promptly Dayor

the fund at its command, must furnish J. A. COATES WILL DRIVE sky
A cup of healing for a world of death.
For Information Call on free to the farmers of the state, STUDEBAKER SIX FROM One sees the cloud, the storm, the Night. Handglpck.;

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. hog cholera serum. All the farmer DETROIT TO TAMPA coming night;

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. had to do was to say he wanted some Thon seest star.the morning and the morn- Orlando Florida.

Orlando of the very expensive medicine, giv Tampa, Fla.-J. A. Coates, Mallory ,

a general description of his family of Line agent, has left for New York And so you stand, lit by the torch of PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE[ 457, ;
hogs, and the board was required to city, going via Jacksonville and the Love,
supply his demand. It cost close t o Clyde Line. From New York he will Not like ering to them night that watch the Bath

? OOO{) last year to control a disease by rail to Detroit
$3.00) go accompanied by With storm and forked lightnings,
which affects human beings not at a son of II. II. Raymond, president of I but as they d
all; it affects only the pocketbooks of the Mallory Line, and at Detroit Mr. I Who watch fields' the sun fall over happy

a small minority of the people of Coats will receive delivery of Studebaker i
a Where they have labored long and
Pablo Beach Florida, the comparatively few who six, purchased through the pleasantly

happen to own hogs. Why should the Lucas<< Motor Sales company of this With all the world before them green AUTO AS1jG STATION
and fair
AND money raised by general taxation be city. Accompanied by Mr. Raymond, 1 j While one clear, voice calls onward to
Atlantic Beach handed out to the swine owner and: he will drive overland through the a height

not to the man who owns a diseas country to Tampa, following as far Where the deed's guerdon follows on THE PLACE THAT TAK ES CARE OF YOUR CAR

AND RETURNSeptember orange grove? If state funds ar as practicable the Dixie highway the deed i
properly to be And, beyond bitterness and stress and '
expended for route.
privateinterests
doubt. REPAIRING S. -] nciIAEL, Mechanic.
4thVIA why should it be divertedfrom Goodness crowned, and Love shall t
the fund Known as "Th< 3 I an."
specifically raised'forthe SPARKMAN AGAIN AT HIS DESK have its way. Handy

preservation of human health Washington, D. Completing a

When a glandered animal is killed tour of 10,000 miles through the West BELGIAN POTATOES SOLD IN WE WELD CAST IRO'i.l steel, or
minum, any machine -
Atlantic! Coast LineStandard under the authority of the state for with the rivers and harbors committee BERLIN -a

the protection of other animals and of the house, Representative Stephen parts. 'Y'k,! guaranteed.

Railroad of the South of human life, why should the $75 Sparkman, of Florida, who is
paid for Berlin. New from the GASOLINE'AND OIL
such potatoes
-
.
slaughtered chairman
animal of
For tickets or information call on betaken that committee, has returned -
Atlantic Coast Line Tcket Agent.J. i from the funds of the State to Washington. He was accompanied I j fields of conquered Belgium are now

G. KIRKLAND Board of Health? Why should it not on his inspection tour by sold in large quantities in the public Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

Division Passanger Agent, Tampa. be taken of from the funds of the department his son, Curtis. markets of the German capital. The I L .

agriculture, or by a special Mr. Sparkman is today tackling a potatoes are of excellent quality and
TICKETS SOLD FOR ALL REGULAR fund
.
TRAINS. provided for the purpose? large stack of mail, which has accumulated in great demand. They sell at 20 I

The board pays for the Pasteur during his absence, and after pfennigs ((5 cents) a pound, but this

Limited to leave Jacksonville, 9.30 treatment in indigent cases for the disposing of same will return to price is not too high at this time of Sentinel Want Ads Get Results :
p.m.. September 7th. prevention of hydrophobia in human[ Tampa. the year. ;


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SECURES CREDITORS PEOPLE OF GAUCIA GRATEFUL WOULD NOT COOK FOR ENGLISHMEN -

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Munich.-The Bayerische Volks-
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Clearwater, Fla.-Recently creditors freund publishes an interesting letter Zurich. The English colony of the
of J. J. Mendenhall met in Clear- which shows the gratefulness of the I famous Swiss health resort, Arosa,
water tith[ a view to looking into the population of Galicia toward the Ger- I I is almost as large this summer as in
cohditiofrof his affairs and ascertaining man army. The letter was received time of peace. Hundreds of British
the shape they had assumed since a few days ago by the sister! of a I I capitalists and aristocrats are enjoying -
his ir rceration in the county jail. Bavarian soldier who has been killedin I life in the romantic mountains, "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
The meeting was held in order that battle near Lemberg and in it the far off from the roar of the terrific
the creditors might have correct writer, a young lady school teacher, European conflict. One of the guestsis
knowledge of just how matters stood, says: an English consul stationed in Unless Budded from A Bear-
and thus be enabled to decide just "Yonr heroic brother has died that Italy. This gentleman last week arranged .
what steps to take, if any, in the way we Galicians may be saved from Rus- a dinner to celebrate one of Tree of Known
of protecting their interests.His sian barbarism. I have given him a the victories of the Italian troops. ing Qualityand
affairs were looked into by an Christian burial and procured a good About 250 English, Italian and
experienced auditor and a report was coffin for him. His last resting placeis French ladies and gentlemen had been I Quantity of Produc-
submitted to the meeting. No defi- in my garden, under the windowsof invited and were seated at the tables ,
nite action was taken at that time, my rooms. I would have planteda when the "chef" of the hotel, a
and the meeting adjourned pending a rosebush on his grave but I thought resolute Tyrolean' woman, appearedin tion.. -O. W. Conner
hearing from absent creditors, who it that you might want to send a mourn- the dining room and announcedthat I
is learned, have expressed themselves ing rose from his own garden. Your she would not cook for enemies
agreeable to plans of procedure which address I found in his pockets. of her country, and especially not for ,
were suggested at the meeting. These I "We Galicians consider the German Englishmen. The guests had to leave 1
plans embraced an assignment by Mr. soldiers our saviors and to prove our hungry. In five years the Ocklawaha: Nurseries through actual dem-
Mendenhall of his property interestsas gratefulness we have buried all of onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertising ,
a means of securing his creditors the heroes who gave their lives for
loss. Guests registering at the San Juan have brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
against in gardens. Their
us our
memory
A statement showed that Mr. Men- will always be kept sacred." hotel yesterday include L. H. Gedge, does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
denhall's propertie *had an aggregate Jr., wife and child, city; A. H. McIntyre Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently :1
value of $47,000, while his liabilitieswere M. L. Benedict, Tampa; J. C. published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to f
TWO SONS AND FOURTEEN Avant, E. A. Inglis, Marcus Endel, C.
about $18,000.A is GRANDSONS AT FRONT H. Barnes Hal Estes, II. I.. Parra- the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propaga- 1

the slight condition improvement of Mr.\ Mendenhall reportedin by more, Jacksonville; J. P. Finley' Flor- ted from a parent of true merit. \

his physicians. Since his removal to Bozen, Tyrol.-Joseph Gampenrieder ida; Dr. Roland N. Hatard, New Or- To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selection '
the sheriff's in the a farmer of Wangen-am-Ritten, leans; G. Praeter, Birmingham; J. P.
sleeping room second -
as a part of their work, and worse other nurseries, that have not
story of the county jail he is enjoys the distinction of having two Headley, Atlanta.Specials \
been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con- ,
much more comfortable and is get- sons and fourteen grandsons at the ---
,
' ting on as well as could be expected. front with the Austro-Hungarian vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr. .. A
army. When Italy declared war for Satur- Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
against Austria the patriotic peasant the Ocklawaha Nurseries where tree is
GERMAN PUBLIC DECEIVED and every budded from a pa- ,
bemoaned the fact that he could not day MondayBest rent tree that is real
SAID PEOPLE NOT ADVISEDOF producing quality and plenty of it.
join the colors, as he is 93 years old.
CONCESSIONS TO U.S.
lIe ordered his sons to volunteer at You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so .

London, Sept. 2.-The German pub. once, although they are past militaryage Patent Flour- great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma a
lie has been kept in ignorance of any one of them being 64 and the 12 pound sack for __________50c bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
other 59 years old. The sons were 24 sack for _________$1.00 .
concession to the United States con- pound bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
cerning submarine warfare, accord- first rejected, but finally accepted as 3 cans Pork and Beans ________!5c .
ing to the London Times, which as- sharpshooters. Two of the fourteen Tall pink Salmon, per can________lOc CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
serts that German newspapers of Sat- grandsons of the aged patriot have''I !J cans Jsouji .TTmmj ______L___25c grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
urday and Sunday make no mentionof been killed in battle. I II I Meal, Grits and Scratch Feed / i

a change in policy and refer only 9 pounds for ______________23c
briefly to the Arabic case. 5,000 GERMAN TEACHERS HAVE I 6 packages Pearline for _______/_25c &
The British admiralty's revelation BEEN KILLED IN WAR 7 bars.Lenox Soap for _____ /__25c Ocklawaha Nurseries
regarding the loss of many subma- 7 packages 5c. size Washing -
rines also has been concealed from Powder for / 25c 0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine FloridaOR
Berlin.-The Paedagogische Cen- -------- ------ ,
the German people, the Times as- tralbibliothek (Pedagogic Central Library Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2 -
serts. ), of Leipzig, reports that dur- pounds for ______JL_________2oc
ing the first eleven months of the 7 packages 5c L size Toilet PaperTomato
G. G.
for \ JL. _25c Wright, Agent
GERMANY PAYS INDEMNITYFOR war 4,906 teachers of the German
2V. size for _____
Catsup, 20c
schools and kindred
SPANIARDS SLAIN elementary public
BtDG.
AT LIEGE institutions have been killed on the Irish Potatoes per\eck _________25c 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH ORLANDO, FLA.

eastern and western battlefields. Guava Jelly, p gla __________ler .
Madrid, Spain.-The German gov- Prussia has lost 2,688 teachers, Sax-
ernment has paid to the Spanish gov- ony 533, Bavaria.458, Wuerttemberg Honest Weights and leasures '" .
ernment through its ambassador at 360, Baden 272, Hesse 96, Alsace-
Madrid 240,000 pesetas ($48,000) indemnity Lorraine 89, Bremen 23, Hamburg
for the deaths of seven Span- 102, Oldenburg 41, Brunswick 68, An- ash Grocery C
iards who were shot at Liege, Bel- halt 33, Saxe-Meinigen, Saxe-Weimer, q.
gium, in August, 1914. and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha 146, etc. jlephone 648 7 E. Church St.

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FOR RECOGNITION. FELLOW PUBLISHER. DEATH EASY.
South Florida SentinelMORNINC
One of medicine's characteristic When a man is prosperous his At the present writing, says an exchange A
AND WEEKLY scandals is recalled by the death recently friends are legion; when an institu- we have no desire to hurl
*. T:. GLENN .....................Editor
W. C. ESSINGTON .',..BoiineM Manxrr in Havana of Dr. Charles, or tion is founded upon a rock it has its ourselves into Abraham's bosom, but
Carlos, J. Finlay. As long ago as patronage. But the minute a man if we do, we won't lean against a

Entered, as Second at the Class pwtoffice Mail Matter.a{ Orlando. Florida 1886 he had become convinced that al 1 j wobbles away go the friends; whenan double-barreled shotgun and pull the THE[ RISING GENERATION[ [

certain mosquito was the one agent institution collapses, "I told you trigger, as many do. Neither wouldwe
SUBSCRIPTION
RATES by which yellow fever was conveyed so" is in order. It's funny how slur- chop our head off with an amateur
Dail,. 1 Year ........................ $5.00
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 from one human being to another. ring remarks go round Florida whenan guillotine, eat a square meal of roughon
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Daily. 3 Months 1-25 will soon be thinking of school looking forward to their
This conclusion based careful institution crumbles. An exampleis rats, blow out the drink some
was on ,
Daily. 1 Month ...'.'..'.............. -60 gas con-
and intelligent observation of many the Lakeland Morning Star. centrated lye, sit down on the lap ofa future studies, some looking the other way, in any case, wear-
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Weekly. 1 Year ... ............... S1.00
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN epidemics: of the disease, and in the The Florida Press is only too happyto buzz saw, smoke a ciragette, or calla ing apparel must be purchased.
ADVANCETO year mentioned in a public address pass bouquets around and throw Kentuckian a liar or a poor judgeof

ADVERTISERS before his collaegues, and later inwell the soft stuff to brother editors- whiskey. We would simply get out

argued articles in reputable when they are prosperous. Now an edition of our paper in which we On Saturday and Mondaywe
Copy for diiplay and all other bandsetadvertising
must be banded in at the basinets American medical journals, he presented comes the small brained paragraphers would strive to the very best of our I
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. n.the facts that should have started with tart remarks concerning the ability to print the plain, squaretoedtruth
before This
day publication. role applies
to chances for contract advertising: it is just the sort of investigation which, suspension of the Lakeland newspa- about people as we understandit. will devote our SPECIALS to articles that the children

.:Jivariable aldiII be strictly adhered to. after our war with Spain, not only per.After and then calmly await the end. need and must have. The savings will be many.

.ubscribera desiring The Sentinel di&tobdcued proved that Dr. Finlay was right, but all, what's tne use of work- o
the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in ri'ing it will on be made practicable and easy the abolition ing and laboring if one is to have lit- THE WOLF

continued at the regular subscription rates throughout the Western Hemisphere tle darts of so-called humor shot into
until notice to stop w received. When the babe is in his cradle
Telephone Numb-r .................,.... Zt of one of its worst diseases. him when he fails. The editor of the the gudeman in his bed, and Here's just a few that will interest
But for years and years Dr. Finlay late Lakeland Star is human, as are And I cover up the embers on the
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913.; and his mosquito theory received no some of his fellow editors. That he hearth,

attention not derisive or contemptuous failed is no reason for other prosperous And the frost creeps in upon us, with I
its silent, stealthy tread,
Shooting one-half of the world to and this was the stranger because publishers to make light of his And the snow has hid the bare, Dress
pieces is rather a poor way to bring in the meantime, the relationof business reversal. brown face of eJ.rth- GinghamsIn

about peace. the same insects to a closely related o
0 Then the Wolf, that in the daytime a big range of new checks, new stripes and large range of
malady, malaria, had been brilliantly DAWSON LEAVES FOR NEW
"Our Birmingham Barons" are now demonstrated abroad. It was YORK TO OBTAIN HARDWARE keeps slinks, his distance, hides, and plain colors. The famous UTILITY and EVERLASTINGmakes

in second place in the Southern not till our army surgeons went to KNOWLEDGE Grows so bold he dares to snuffleat absolutely fast in color. Regular 12V c.

League race. Havana[ that the mosquito theory received Mr. Joseph Dawson, our popular it fancy the-do door.Is I.sense him, throughthe
o Sat. and Mon. 10 for 85c
attention, and yds
even they gaveit fellow townsman, will leave this unprotected chinks?
lie who picks a tangoist for a wife at first reluctantly and without morning over the Atantic Coast Line Is that sound the deadly menace of
should not complain if he has to pre- confidence of success. When their interest for New York city, where he will his paw? Your choice of one to five patterns in the length.

pare his own meals.If had been excited however
once -
spend the next four weeks
on a com- But I push the boas in tighter, andI
o their work was magnificent. The bined business and pleasure trip. Mr. steal into my bed,
the candidates don't get cold feetwe surgeons risked, and some of them Dawson has been traveling Florida And I listen till I hear his howl
are promised a warm campaign lost, their lives in testing the Finlay for the past thirty years for the well afar- Toile Du Norde GinghamsThe
after January first, 1916. Safe at least until tomorrow, for today -
ideas. They found most of them-all
known firm of
Burger & Baumgard, we have been fed. best quality, in a hundred different patterns and color-
o of any importance-to be correct,and, wholesale hardware merchants of And the Wolf of Famine leaves us
The tattooed man ought not to be ings all the Tartan effects and combinations plaids checks
soon there was no more mystery Gotham, and numbers his friends by as we are! ,
lonesome. lie can amuse himself' ad- about yellow fever and what to do for his acquaintances. When he returnsto -Florence Van Cleave, in the New stripes in two and three and four toned colorings, and a big
York Times.
miring the pictures on his body. it t than there is in a case of broken Orlando he will be in possessionof range of dainty plain shades. Sold everywhere at 15 cents.

o arm or leg. knowledge which will continue to NOTICE
Blankets and overcoats will soon be Dr. Finlay's name remains almost Notice is Sat. and Mon. l l
keep him as well as his house in the hereby given that J. K. cAll
brought into service if this sort of unknown outside of medical circles, front rank of the hardware line in Swick is no longer in the employ of .
weather continues a few days longer. and in them it is not as well' knownas Florida. the Yancey Market and that his
"Branch Market" has no connection
o are the names of the men whomhe whatever with the Yancey Market, .
The barefoot boy who used to hateto set on the path that led to fame. ADDITIONAL: LOCALS corner Church street and Orange ave- Wool Serges
wash his feet has grown up and o nue. 9-4-ltc

now wears white socks and a necktie NEW BLOOD NEEDED IN Miss Tillie Mann, who has been visiting -I :Made: of pure worsted yarns, 36 inches wide, in fine shades of
that would scare a horse.It I Io at the home of Mr.
THE RAILROAD COMMISSION. MontgomeryMartin Navy blue, myrtle, cardinal, wine, Tobac, Tan, Cream and
in this city, left yesterday afternoon The Cathedral School
is said that the Russian lines (Tampa Times) for Atlanta, Ga. She was accompanied black. This is the quality that not only washes well, looks

have been badly broken. But what's In commenting upon the recent outburst by Master Elmer and lit- well, but best of all wears well.

the difference? They'll all be brokenif of criticism against the state tle Miss Louise Martin, who will]

this fuss keeps up much longer. railroad commissoin, resulting a spend some time in the Gate City. Orlando's School Select for Boarding Girls and Day Specially priced for Sat. and Mon.
o great degree from the curt refusal of
Chairman R. Hudson Burr to grant a Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Holt were 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 43c yard
President Wilson attended a thea- Primary, Intermediate and Academic a
time hearing to Methodist ministers on the passengers leaving Orlando yesterday
tre Thursday for the first in Grades
than That's what subject of forcing the Atlantic CoastLine morning for Sanford where they
more a a
year. '
war'has done for our beloved chief to continue depot service at made the trip down the St. Johns Also Music, Art Elocution, Physical

executive. Sutherland, seat of Southern College, river to Jacksonville i Today they Culture For and Domestic Science. Children's and Missess' Hosiery
Catalogues address the Rector,
o the only Methodist educational insti- will sail on one of the Clyde Line
tution in Florida, the DeLand News for New York where Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. !I..
Germany denies that she suffered steamships they Orlando Fk. We are clearing out one of our lines of guaranteed Hose, so .
a severe naval defeat in the gulf of says: will spend some time in that city and here is an extra special opportunity for securing your chil ,
"There seems to be a general dispo- Brooklyn. They also will attend the 1
Riga. We must now suppose that sition the of dren's needs for the term at way below their actual value.
among newspaper men G. A. R. reunion which assembles in
the exuberance of the Russian empirewas Florida to favor a change in the per- Washington, D. C., on September 27. FIELD'SCIIOCOLATE Sold regularly at 25 cents a pair.
purely psychological, that she
sonnel of the Florida railroad com-
was so frenzied by continual defeats mission. It looks bad for the members Mr. Victor Gentile was among the Sat. and Mon. 17 l-2c a pair
that laughter and
optimism was
pro- of the commission to be riding arrivals in Orlando yesterday after-
moted by mental hysteria.o .
around the state in the private cars, noon' coming up from his large or-
and as the guests of the railroad offi- ange and grapefruit grove at Bowling
Secretary of the Navy Daniels declares cials whose acts the commission is Green. Mr. Gentile has recently re- Children's Ready-to-Wear DressesThe

he will recommend to the forth- supposed to supervise. Rotation in turned from his home in Cincinnati, VANILLA

coming congress the appropriation of office might not be amiss." and he reports business as being improved TUTI FRUTI season has left us with several broken lots which must be

a large sum for aeroplanes and submarines The demand that the press and very much over this time last cleared to make room for our new goods which are arriving
This is as it should be. Con- of Florida make GUAVAICE '
public to the rail- His brother
Mr. Lawrence
should year. daily. Many of the prices have been cut absolutely in half, so
gress appropriate millions for road commissioners is the same demand Gentile, with his wife and son, Master CREAMS.
defense. Our line we cannot impress upon you too fully the importance of ex- .
coast from Maineto that
they are making to all oth- Joseph, will return to their home on
Florida, and from Florida to Tex- er state officials, and that demand Magnolia avenue about the latter part amining these splendid dresses when down town Saturday or '

as, and the Pacific coast should be may be summed up in these words: of the month. :Monday.: We have them for all ages. ,,
bristling with impregnable fortifications "We want fewer promises and more

manned with the most powerful results; we want less political bun- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY AUTO LUNCHESA

type of modern guns and commanded combe and more evidence of fidelity SPECIALTYCLUB

by expert gunners. Every harbor, and ability. In fact, we want you WANTED show case 6 or 8 feet New Silk Awning StripesWe
large or small, should be adequately to prove your fitness for the offices long; must be reasonable in price.

defended. To be prepared means which you hold, or to which you as- Apply Church Mrs.and Boone.Frank Soper, corner 9-4-3tc of have just received from New York a shipment of the

peace. America should Keep from pire, or step down and out." SANDWICH 2ai NEWEST OF THE NEW in Awning stripes. These are the

her shores an enemy. To do this defensive o LOST-State Bank, bank book. My very latest in vogue and are creating wide spread admiration .
works essential. name book. Papers inside. Re-
are on
It is not to gloat over a neighbor, turn to State Bank or Andrew Harris, there. They will do so here. See them Saturday or Monday.
o but only a sort of consolation to our- 419 Colonial Drive, city. 9-4-lt

Friend Benjamin of the Ocala Star, selves, to note that so good a townas We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed Specially priced for these days 35cMen's I ,
and Friend Temple, president of the Orlando has its silly seasons, too. FOR RENT-Five room cottage,
South Florida Chamber of Commerce, This summer it takes the form of one completely furnished, onefourthmile and Delivered for All
from city limits on east Winter
mayor of Winter Park, etc., have recently of those Sunday closing crusades.St. .- Park road. $15 per month. Garageon Occasions
a engaged in a .42-centimeter lit- Petersburg Times. place. P. O. Box 226. 9-4-6tc
erary duel. For once in life, thank FurnishingsYour

heaven, we didn't play the role of "in-

nocent bystander." We've been strict- choice of Straw Hat in
ly neutral, but when any one gets after any

Friend Benjamin, or any other for 50
the store cents.
member of the it's
"profesh, mighty
hard to refuse to "obey that impulse." For Sale l

Therefore, we're certainly thankful PALM PEACH SUITS for $3.98 I
that peace has been declared. If I

Friend Benjamin doesm't follow Frined

Temple's example and support Perry'all Choice Seed Potatoes 45c pk. $1.65 bu.

\\ instead of Nat Bryan, for the ,

United States senate, though, we're Our Grocery DepartmentIs
also going to send him a "note*"-

Tampa Times. proving a boon to many these hot days. Is it to you? For
o 10 per cent. on an investment, is considered a very good proposition, don't you think?
excellence and unequalled variety we stand unrivalled. Let
TOXIC If you will take out a Certificate of Privilege with us you will make 10 per cent. or more
demonstrate it!
LA tG liTER. us
on each dollar spent with us, for a "penny saved is a penny made." If ;you buy a Certifi-
St. Augustine Meteor: You
never
cate with us and buy $20 worth of provisions a month, it will be equivalent to 700 percent -
see a good laugher ailing long at a '
time. Somehow there is something in on the investment in the Certificate.

a good laugh that puts rejuvenation We know this reads like a fairy tale, but we can show you.

into the gastric juices and jollies up Why not get into this Jitney now.
the red corpuscles of the blood. The Dicksoll.WDEPARTMENT lies Co. I '
fellow that can laugh until he shakes :

makes you laugh in spite of yourself,

and, incidentally, he gets a new setting ..
of his own anatomy that adds to

longevity. Little smiles are good afar The Co-Operative Produce Company

as they go, but they don't do STORE.
much more than soften the wrinkles
in your face. For real benefit you W. St DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ... .I

want the hearty laugh. That's the _
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w. C. T. U. RE-ELECTS was given by the younger set at the
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ENTIRE OFFICIAL BOARD. Roof Garden. Quite a number of W1' :
The regular meeting of the W. C. young people attended, among whom
T. U. was held at the Baptist church were several from out of town. GRANDTODAY
yesterday afternoon, Mrs. A. A.Gould The music by Mclntosh's orchestrawas
presiding. The opening song, "Jesus, as usual, appropriate and spir- I Iu
Savior, Pilot Me," was followed by ited; the weather was cool and de- n
the reading of the forty-sixth Psalm lightful; the floor was in good condi-
and a season of prayer. tion, and everything seemed to con- ll

-- Yearly reports showed much progress spire to make this the most enjoyable u -_[((5Eiu|- IHIHI1. ,,M u.o u.
numerically and financially. The dance given by the set this sum- LINKS. :
membership has doubled in less thana FRIENDSHIP
mer.Mrs.
year, and $133 have been expendedin L. R. Mulholland was chap- Q i
the work. A goodly sum remainsin eron for the evening. The dancing "TUE RETURN OF MAURICE Every girl should have one of these. Bracelets, each
the treasury which has been replenished was enjoyed until a comparatively link from a different friend.
by the recent rummage late hour. DONELLY"
I D 25c. including engraving.
sale.The --oENTERTAINING I
in and
upkeep president has attended twenty- Another of those Vitagraph I
t three of the twenty-four regular HER SISTERS.
: ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Broadway Star productions, featuring !
gasoline con- meetings, "besides seven meetings in There is a happy reunion of sistersat ,
connection with the work-a most excellent the hospitable suburban home of Leo DeLaney and Leah I
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sumption are report. I Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. White, just southof Baird. : ,=_ I -O::::: r 1"""- __-IT" ) ;
The treasurer's report was received the city. Mrs. W. P. Jackson, Mrs.C. I
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items to be with enthusiasm, when presented E. Haddon, and Mrs. V. D. Moore, An exceptional 3-act feature.HELEN .
con- by Mrs. Vick. ;of Tampa, are with their sister, Mrs. If quality for a low price is an object I
Mrs. Story, vice-president-at-larpe, I I I White, and the happy quartette were our wall papers will win your favor.
sidered in For the next 30 days we will offer for
buy- had a very encouraging report of joined. yesterday by the arrival of sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper .
mother meetings and calls upon 31 rs. White's accomplished daughter- from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the *
ing a car. mothers. Eight white ribbon recruits'In-law, Mrs Jessie White, of Ocoee. HOLMES time to buy, and do your papering
have been added during the year. I I -0I in when you get ready.
It was found necessary to remodel i I LADIES' We also carry a full line of High-
The upkeep in Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We a
"THE GIRL
: ENGINEER"Will
the rummage sate' committee, and AUTO PARTY.
I invite to call and
Mrs. Sanders gracefully accepted the Mrs. Ed. Ely climbed up to the you inspectour
II give ;you the usual thrill. stock. |
the DODGE is I I
chairmanship. The sale will be resumed steering wheel of her Overland on i
:
in the Arcade. 'Tuesday last and gathered up Mrs. P.

lessened a great The election of officers resulted in E. Morgan and Mrs. Charles Ryan Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C. j
placing all of the retiring officers in and went to Orlando for a day's out- i 5 cents 10 cents
deal by the the chairs they occupied the pas:, ing. They returned the same even- 205 S. Orange Avenue
very year, by a unanimous vote in each in- ing.-St. Cloud Tribune. COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261.
stance. President, Mrs. A. A. Gould; -

reasonableprice vice-president-at-large, Mrs. Story; SOCIETY NOTESOF Monday, Charlie Chaplin. "Nuff - - - - - - - - - - - - &
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corresponding secretary, Mrs. Ped- INTEREST.Miss sed." &
for parts, as you rick; treasurer, :Mrs. Vick. Letta Brock, of Bloomington,
The newly elected officers pledged Ill., who, with her parents, is touring I The New Ice Company :
will note by a their efforts to the making of the through Central Florida, arrived in''
Orlando Union second to none, with Orlando yesterday from DeLand and II I
I I1 PHONE 675
study of the following the co-operation of its membership spent last evening, and will spend a I II
It is believed that the
confidence of portion of today, with Mrs. W. M.
the members has been well placed.A Glenn, on West street. Mrs. Glenn -1_ I
prices: task is before this Union in November and Miss Brock are friends of longstanding Delivery Daily
when the State Convention both having toured Europein
will tax all the resources of the or- 1912. From here Miss Brock will !
ganization.It go to Bartow to spend Sunday with Wait for our wagon. We think
Piston $1.601 was voted to have calendars for friends. In July cf last year Miss ROOf GARDEN( vou will like our ice.
the ensuing year as in the past. Brock, with eight other young ladies,
Piston Rings .25 The meeting closed with a fervent was trapped in Paris the night before
prayer by :Miss Rambd. war was declared between France and
-0- Germany. From Paris the party
ConnectingRod The New Ice
1IODERNPHILANTHROPY. went to London and remained there TODAY : Company : :

for three weeks before they were able
Bearing .75 What it does not and what it does: to sail for the United States. Her experiences -
It does not merely treat the symp- during that trying periodare MMIiniMMIiMilOMIMiMIIMillMMIMliilMUMt
Fan Belt .25 toms.
highly interesting. "THE PEARL OF THE .
It aims to cure the disease.It '
Drive does not simply give alms and PUNGJAB" tltlillitllMMIiMllllimiliiMlltiliMltllliltiMf
Pinion 2.50 Miss Theckla Wichtendahl will : i ii
pass on. leave today for Huntington, W. Va.,
It follows up the gift with personal A feature play in three parts.
where she will spend three weeks
service.It i
does not confine its efforts to with relatives and friends. : : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEALCURTIS I
And the -0--
needs.It .
present :Mrs. W. S. Branch will entertain
builds for the future, while car the Twentieth Century Club next ';\VHEN CHARLEY AS A
ing for the present.It .
Car Itself Wednesday afternoon. CHILD"A -
does not dole out inadequate and I
purely temporary relief.It .
comedy in one part.
works out a plan for permanent
r seems like a betterment and stands ready to carry FavoriteTODAY'S
the
plan throug-h. &

thing of life, :Modern philanthropy is common-' PROGRAMAmerican. The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN 'i f
4A sense philanthropy. "Their Worldly Goods."
\ (Literature from the Federated I Featuring Vivian Rich. The One-Price Theater
abounding in Charities of Baltimore.) An Reliance.Indian drama"The, in Son one of reel.the Dog.'" Insurance Loans Real Estate I

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vitality' trigger- DANCE AT ROOF GARDEN Hound's Keystone Triumph.Comedy." "A Human Rentals

LAST NIGHT. Four good reels of Mutual\ movies. A Dress Pattern given away at
swift in the glidinggetaway Last evening a delightful dance. Five cents to all. 9 o'clock tonight.

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Lemons per dozen --_________________________________17c
Best Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds ________________________$1.00 A.
Fox River, Gold Seal and Blue Valley Butter per pound______35c Melts in Your Mouth.
Best Cream Cheese, per pound ____________________________20c
$850.00In Snowdrift Lard, large size -______________________________95c
Sardines, 7 cans for --__________________________________2oc A
Lenox Soap, 8 cakes for ___________________________________25c
Naptha Washing Powder, 8 packages for __________________25c DAILY BULLETINPEACH
Orlando i Quaker Corn Flakes, 4 packages for __-_____.__.____-______25c
Tomatoes, No.2I cans for _-_______________-______________25c
Armour's Grape Juice, quarts _____________________________Soc
Armour's Grape Juice, pints -_____________________-_______20c VANILLA '
Best Elberta Table Peaches, 2 pound can ___________________lOc CHOCOLATE
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adopt before the 1917 season opens." when his 824 mounts won $121,845.

AN UNSOLICITED LETTERWant DAilY SPORT LETTER -0-- --0-

Two months ago the Chicago fans Wonderful Reported CorrectlyThe
to compliment you for were sure that they'd have both en- Golfers' Magazine informs its FOR SALEWill
the excellent work you have done BY FRANK C. MENKE
for The Famous New York Sporting tries in the world series battles. A readers that "it is reported" that a
me. chap named Ernest Williams, of the
Have been coming to Floridafor Expert. month ago they decided they'd be sat-
Sale club playing over that course,
30 years and have had work isfied with one. But now-well' a ,
done from Jacksonville to Key New York.-After nearly a monthof sudden depression has settled upon did these wondrous things: offer for sale for a few days
On October 17th, 1914, he did the
West St. Augustine to Pensacola found that the Chicago's fandom.
experiment, it is
1st hole in On Feb-
((200 yards) one. the
and I can truthfully say I reduction of admission prices to the -()- ruary 7th, 1915, he did the same at property corner Orange Avenue,

have never had such excellent Federal League parks has met withan They Will-Not!. the 17th hole (140 yards), and on Jackson and Boone Streets
work done for me, as you have known as
amazing response throughout the If women do get the vote-and the April 10th, he only took one stroke
done. The proprietors of the entire circuit. The receipts of the much-yearned-for equal rights-won for the 6th ((171 yards). the skating rink property for $26,000.
laundries of Jacksonville and in ,
have doubled-and some
clubs der if they'll get up and offer some
Tampa, not to speak of smaller cases tripled-since the so-called' "10 of us tired 'looking guys a seat in a FRANCE AFTER TilE GRAFTERS $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
places, can come to your place cent baseball" became operative. street car? I year
and learn how to do work. The Newark continues to be one of the
and interest six
people of Orlando can justly feel best examples of what lower -0-- I Paris ,Sept. 2.The French govern- at per cent.C.A.HOVEY.
proud of their Steam Laundry. priced very baseball has done. Before it They Never Return, Eh? ment, which has been running down

(Name on application.) became operative a 6,000 to 10,000 From out of the graveyard of pu- ,j land I prosecuting vigorously cases of

crowd on Sunday was big. On the gilism emerges one Abe Attell, who i[corruption in the purchase of army

Orlando first Sunday that the new plan was throws off his shroud, announces to i i supplies, has caused the arrest of two

put into force 20,000 paying fans the world that he's as good as any i technical agents, one in the marine ,
Jammed their way into the park. On featherweight in the game today, and I and the other in the war department.M. .

Steam LaundryFRENCH the second Sunday, August 15, the now spends his days hobbling from I Leblond, director of the works at
paid crowd totalled 19,500, and on one promoter to another in quest of I Saut-du-Tarn, also has been arrested.
DRY CLEANERS Sunday, the 22nd, 20,034 fans paid bouts. He was accused of having paid
LAUNDERERS monthly subsidies to the technical h _ __
admission, despite the fact that the -0McCaheyAmerica.s- I
PHONE 88 weather was threatening all day. Veteran JockeyJoe agents in return for which the agentsare

-- -- McCahey is 27 years old, he's ''I said to have been less rigid in 'The 14ai'iet

--- Cheaper Prices Bring New Fans been a jockey for 10 years, and yet their inspection of shells.TURKEY'S .

FOR SALE! An entirely new crop of fans is be- he seems to be a more wonderful OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY a

ing harvested by the Feds as a resultof rider than earlier in his youth. And HARVEST ENORMOUS OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
SCREENS WHAT AM the lower admission prices. The he weighs only 95 pounds. (

SCREENS bleachers where the admission price McCahey is the Honus Wagner of i Berlin.-The harvest of Turkey, according FRESH AND SALT MEATS

BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. used to be 25 cents and where it now the turf game. The average life ofa to reports received here, sur- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

John W. Pounds, Agent is 10 cents are peopled in the main jockey ranges from 5 to 10 years, passes all expectations. In many districts Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh 1
by the "kids"-lovers of baseball who yet here is McCahey, after ten yearsof especially in the Vilajet of and pure. ,
Box 703
never could afford to pay 25 cents, service, perfoming in better style Siwas, it is twice as large as last We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
---- I but who can afford a dime. than at any time in his career. If he I I year. Turkey still has a large surplus everything in the Meat Line. :
The old time bleacherites have I maintains until the end of the season I i of grain on hand and will be aH.

Dr.GIParriiEM i moved up into the pavilion where an the winning average so far established able to send great quantities of 3VT.: Self & Co.
outlay of 25 cents will get them the I he will bring home for his em- breadstuffs to Austria-Hungary and ..
seat that used to cost 50. The than he did in PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET
1914
of the firm of Drs. Parrish & same ployers more Germany if this should be necessary.
once time pavillionites also have ad- I
Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located -vanced. They felt able in the past to

indefinitely at Lumsden's pay 50 cents for a seat at the ball SPECIALS
FOR SATURDAY
Stable, on West Church Street. game but they didn't feel able' to pay September Victor RecordsYOU

The Doctor is a graduate vet- out 75 cents for the choicer grand- I I
sit in the OUGHT TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING
stand seats. Now they :
erinarian. A trial will convince
. grandstand-for 50 cents. i Best White Meat, per Ib.__12i/, Rosedale Peaches, 2 cans for 25c "Booster Fox Trot" and
you of his superiority over the -- SUGAR, 16 pounds for___$1.00 Libby's Cherries, 2 cans for25c "Glad Rags One-Step," By the Victor Military Band.

uneducated horse doctor. Examinations Attendance Increases EverywhereOver Tomatoes, 4 cans for ______25c; Salmon 2 for "La Paloma," (Saxaphone Sextette) by Six Brown Brothers.
____
cans _
made free of chargeat nearly a month's stretch statistics 10 Ibs. meal for ___________25c ---- 25c "Mrs. Rastus At The Telephone," By Ralph Bingham.
the stable. gathered by Federal League 10 Ibs. Grits for ______. .___25c Can Corn, 3 cans for --_____25c "Old Black Joe," By Alma Gluck, with Male Chorus.

Calls answered by day or officials, covering all the clubs in the Best Lard, per Ib_________. .9c Can Peas, 3 cans for ----___25c Two new Hawaiian Songs by Toots Paka Troupe.
circuit, show just what it showed Also other fine
night. I Everything good to eat. Lowest prices possible.A many extra records. Come and listen.
during the first week that the new
PHONE NO.25Bargala plan was in operation-that althoughthe Trial is all we ask W. S. BRANCH, .

admission prices have been reduced THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
about 33 per cent., the attend-
Exclusive Distributors of Victor Goods.
ance has increased from 50 to 150
per cent. Kentucky Grocery Co.

"High prices-that's what's' been J. W. BAKER. King of Low Prices SKATING RINKLADIES'
the matter with baseball; asserts

Harry Sinclair, owner of the Newark 47 W. Church Street Phone 329
Feds, and the man who launched the
lower priced baseball plan. "I reached
SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
this conclusion only after a lot of .'
o DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
study over the situation-and the result -
New house, 8 rooms and bath. i' -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT "
of the innovation, so far, bears
Location perfect, 4 blocks from ;!j I I me out. INSTRUCTORS.Open .

'|I "It is so absurd for organized baseball -
center of city, east side. !1 I and for a rare few of the sporting 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 pjn. to 10.30 p.m.

For quick sale $3000. Cash or|(I lower writers prices, to will take cheapen the view baseball.that Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

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terms. i How can it cheapen the game? It
I
doesn't I affect the playing and it does ADMISSION: 10 CEN'I.'SORLANDO
not affect anything but the pocket-
CARL DANN book of the fan-and it affects that

i only in a way that is pleasant for the
!fan." Message
I I To the BusinessMen ORLANDO *
--0-- -t No.l ROOFING
Get Behind acre I Sinclair Raps High Prices of Orlando
"For many years the fans submitted AND:;

I I tamely to the hold-up of the baseball Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of a dead one is
magnates. They paid the big the lack of local pride. People who live in a live, prosperous town SHEET METAL CO.
moke.and enjoy The a really Wellington cool Pipe dry tweet won't I i prices demanded because up to last show it. Their stores are attractive, their streets clean, their

boil, wont* get foul. I year the country was prosperous. Butas homes are well painted.
soon as the European war came, Metal Slate Tile Tin
: Americaii Mad In throwing hundreds of thousands of Nothing shows a lack of pride, a lack of prosperity, like paint- Asbestos,
hungry buildings. Let's paint up. As the most durable and
Cone in and fans out of work, and a reduction in economical and Rubber Roofings
pic k your hvonte paint, we recommend
6 ikape. the salaries of thousands more, the /
2S<.3k. Oc v.ISayAl.. V. I fans ceased to go to the parks. They Cornices Skylights,8ealing Ventilating Metal Ceilings

I couldn't manded. afford to pay the prices de Dutch Boy AtEntic White Lead

Works $14 E. Church St.
: ORLANDO
I "Conditions were nearly back to I
I normal when the 1915 season opened. and Dutch Boy linseed oil, mixed right on the job, to suit the job. Have your
: i i I But the fans wouldn't come back. painter tint it any color you wish. Consult your paint dealer on that job of
painting have in mind. the
you Today's day.
*I Why? For the simple reason that
You want to see this new they awakened during the latter partof NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
1914 to the fact that the then prevailing -
package Spider is introducing to I
prices for a major league The Orlando Meat MarketT.
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the market-its the swellest baseball entertainment was all out of -

thing out in the way of little proportion"In other to words the pleasure, the majority derived.of Rollins College, Winter ParkOldest A. YANCY Jr., Manager


Cigars. their fans concluded money's worth-and they weren't they getting were College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business -
See him at theGood
not. Teachers' Course. Florida and Western Meats
"Th prices that prevail throughout -

the Federal League now are, in Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, $tc.
nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
and Bad our minds, fair and equitable prices. music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos two Glee Clubs chorus class. Supberbnew
They are prices within reach of all. rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical Special. Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
And right now I'll utter a little and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
Cigar StoreOrange prophecy-the prices that prevail in I i soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course Lakes, PHONES / Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
I i! boating swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but undenominational |Residence ,133 tor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
our league now are the prices that '
; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Avenue Organized Baseball will be forced to I'I address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.

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\ ATTORNEYATLAWNo. I ATTORNEYATLAWPhone

I The Morning Sentinel WantDirectory I 4 West Pine Sreet I 617
is the Greatest Want
: .Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
ORT AJSTDC '
Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161

I I Terms Cash in Advance. II i 1 I worth Building.

Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime I RATES I

.1 For One Day _____________25t FRANK SMITH
For Three Day ____________50c (
... I For Six Days _______________75c DAVIS & GILES
For One Month ____________$2.50 ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
f This rate applies on all ads of 172 ATTORNEY S-AT-LAW ,
25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the Fate
I Room 5, Watkins Block Phone
72
will be one cent per word for
I each additional word, for each in-

I sertion.If Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
you can't bring your ad to
,, the office telephone No. 24. Ac- DavisIcXeill Block
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.

I. ( Every' Hone-Every Busine!'s- R. RAY WHITEATTORNEYAT Victor Starbuck
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Every Man has use for a
.. Ser.tinelrapt Ad. I
; !l LAW I ATTORVEY-AT-LA\V!
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FOP SALEFOR
I Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I II! SALE-A real bargain: one ;No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla.
I Goodyear clincher tire, 80\3: 1-2, in
"excellent condition. Will sell to first 1 I I
buyer. Inquire at Sentinel office. ;
Call at once. I

MULES FOR SALE I F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
r 4t

Tr f i i.3 Pair nice mare mules in geod condition DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST and CONTRACTORPhone
suitable for farm or heavy haul-
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining 37
?. :- Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc Phone 716
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FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract I
Rooms 2 and 3YoweIlDuckworth-
mile from limits
one quarter city ; '
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Bldg
6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. L. Percival Hutton


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

Take A Tip From Mary Sunshine I WANTEDBOOKKEEPERWanted SURVEYING ARCHITECT


bj young Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,

:Mary's home is. oh, so modern and Gas appliances' have made it so. All day long Gas saves Mary lots of man, position as bookk ijn.. Can Florida. .
t time and many; many steps. Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater use tion.typewriter and take light dicta- PROMPT:: AND ACCURATE
Best of
keeps her room warm while she slips into her pretty negligee and scampers to her warm tub and then, references, both local) WORK Member F. A. A. ..
in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waiting to burn up at the touch of a match. and 8-29-6t college.* Ans. Sentinel. C. L. S.
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas .
Range,-for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm HAL A. IRISH
water for bathing,but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. Wanted-200 ladies to come to cor- .
Why not take a tip from Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. ner Pine street and Orange avenue Civil Engineer
and buy one of these fine summer
dresses at less than one-half price.
McLaughlin & Furen. 9-3-3t* 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando! Fla. ::
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ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO Lost-A golden opportunity if you I I
fail to attend the big sale at McLaughlin Phone 72
& Furen's, corner Pine St.
and Orange Ave. 9-3-3t* I
GAS DEPARTMENT Paul V. Hutchins DR. L H. RAMSDELl
Found-The finest assortment: ofj
ladies' wear, coats, suits, dresses, kimonos I OPTOMETRIST .
and shoes, at half first cost, I Attorney and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDA
at McLaughlin & Furen's, corner Pine
:- St. and Orange Ave. 9-3-3t* I WE FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENSES
1 Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
RIDE in Ilamrick's .Jitney Bus one(!
ORLANDO, FLA.
OrnCAJ. REPAIRING .
hour, 12 miles ,for 30c. 8-2S-tfc
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: BUYEKS AND SELLERSI iI I II \.
Cut Flowers

U buy, sell rent, and excliarge: real I I

SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES estate.over$20.000,000.30 Have years.Call resided Have and in see Orlando handled mlO63m Fla.over,I'ARCADEDEPOT and Plants

}<'. A. LEWTER.To .

OCOEE, FLORIDA MILK Floral Designs
reduce our stock as much as pos-
sible by the loth, will give a discountof
t 25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in store. Ham-
I .Violet Dell Florist.
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit .

4 Trees in fine condition the very lowest .. RACKARD'S-PRESSING CLUB J. M. CARlIiHERS

Located in the Arcade Building BUTTER MILK
ee e ee e Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
prIces .. .. .. ..
: All work guaranteed and neat- Fresh Every Day.
: ly done. Our work is the best
5c. glass
and our prices are the lowest. per
.. This is the place to have your 25c. per gallon
The rainy season is the best time to set old clothes made new.

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASSPHONE
Suit scrubbed and BUTTERFresh
one year's growth in advance of trees set dry cleaned, pressed pressed75c.Suit ___60c. Homemade 375

next fall. .Suit pressed _____________40c. West Jefferson Street
t I All Palm Beaches scrubbedand SANDWICHES Successor to

-- -- -- pressed ____________50c PIES AND CAKES
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood CompanyWood
j \ Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest -
We do ladies' work also. Giveus of All Kinds

prices, to the above address I Clothes a trial called and for be and convinced.delivered. ARCADE MilK DEPOT 1 PROMPT SERVICEREASONABLE '

PRICE
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I* II11111 III. 11I11 III It I'

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Mr. M. H. Bennett departed for
Chicago yesterday.
,-
L. B. Fort of the San Juan Garage
is in Daytona on business.


in Panamaand S-21-tf Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. FOR EVERY "

everywhere on American territory, is simpl +.d by "A.B.A.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Read the free coffee offer in the ad. .
accepted like by where a check or draft would
currency strangers
of Our .
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare Grocery Company.Mr. $10 A WEEKYOU
telf-Identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for
.
business or pleasure. J. H. Dean will go up to Jacksonville -

The State Bank of Orlando today where he will look after -
business matters. SPEND '

How much did you save last month
in i cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf ..

Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Sims, of .
r ;.
Ocoee, were among the welcome visitors -
to Orlando yesterday.
YOU SAVE
O. L. Gooden, local sales managerfor
the King car, leaves for Daytona
early next week on business. : '
$10 A YEAR :
Ride Ilamrick's jitney bus, 5c.818tf :
:

:
Mr. Allan S. Weathersbee, who has
been on a combined business and :

t1ja pleasure trip to New York, is expected : '


.. '1 Mr.home John today.M.\ Cook left yesterday : IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{

afternoon for Daytona Beach to spenda .
couple of days with his family whore
spending the summer at that re :
sort. to
-
..
How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf :

The National Bank
Mr. W. L. Moore, one of Ocoee's : Peoples

prominent and popular citizens, spent :
yesterday in Orlando calling on busi-
ness associates and mingling with
friends. :

"ELDER" Spring WaterIS Mr. J. W. Johnston-, a popular com-

mercial man of Jacksonville, who has :

been looking after business in this iMMMMMMHMIIIIili . . . 111. .
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, section, left yesterday for points up

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD the state. IIIMimtillMIMMI ''MMIIMIillMMMMMiMII

Get your next shave at the Stand-
Phone WRIGHT, 444 ard. 1821tfMr.

W. G. Broein, general managerof
TRY Better TRY

IT BEST IT ; Tampa the Peninsular, was among Telephone the business company men, New Studeba cr Cars

from South Florida visiting Orlando ,
I
yesterday.Mr. .
-
-
1 J. J. M. Johnston the popular
deputy clerk of the circuit court of Here This Week

Osceola county, was among the well
known visitors from Kissimmee visit-

ing Orlando yesterday. Wait and see what values you can get

Deposit your Savings Checks and .
.. 1 let/ou them earn 4 per cent. interest 8-12-tf for for $1050 and $885


:Mr. Herbert P. Barnett, the clever
representative of Cowan & Myers,
importers of diamonds" and jewelers
Notice To Ford Purchasers supplies, Boston, Mass., was in Or-
lando yesterday on one of his annual
Between Aug. 1, 1914 pilgrimages to this part of Florida.Mr. .

and Aug. 1, 1915All Charlie Bennett has returned I San Juan Garage Company' I

from the mountains of North Caro- ,
Ford purchasers who hold Profit- lina where he spent a delightful va- Orlando -Daytona

Sharing Coupons will please endorse same I cation. While away he visited Ashe- DISTRIBUTORS '
and return immediately to The Ford ville, Waynesville and Dillsboro, stop-
several in Atlanta his
Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send ping days on
return.
check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur-

chased during above dates. Deposit your Savings Checks and I \ MMMMIMMMMMMMMOMMMMttt
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
For further information, phone you. 5-12-tl
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I *
F. G. RUSH Mrs. S. A. Johnson departed yesterday -

f afternoon over the Atlantic Who Will Be Your Executor?
32 East Church Street Phone 226 Coast Line for Chicago where she
will spend the next two months visit-
ing relatives and friends and enjoying -
ANSWER NO. 2
} the autumn breezes from Lake
Michigan.Mrs. Your estate may be materially impaired as a '
direct result of the appointment of an executor _- t ..
...
W. P. Jackson arrived in Or- 4Ir trustee.
..iimiMiiomiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiantMiiiiiitiiK lando yesterday afternoon from North
When an individual is appointedThe :- t r
Carolina where she has been spend. ,
financial responsibility is generally weaker. ;
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress ing some time in the mountains and '
correctly. will make a visit to her sister, Mrs.J. It is usually provided in wills tha;,the person = Z9J f s J Y .
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer W. White, before going to her nominated to serve as executor shall be excusedtj
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into bonds. '
home in Tampa. from giving

society.Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense .. _1
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. of the estate, and then only partial security '* ff
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe 18-18-tf
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of against loss is provided.
'
-
gentility. Miss Elsie Coates, Miss Ruth Stew- When a Trust Company is selected n

Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each art, of Daytona Miss Margaret The positive advantage of strong financial re- :; l ; '
d article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No ;
Wight and Miss\ Anna McLaughlin, of sponsibility is secured. -
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings {
exactly alike. Sanford, motored to Orlando yesterday financial t
A bond which has behind it the entire
If you have "arrived" you will understand what this means.If to spend the week-end with Mrs.\ strength of the Institution is always filed with t'
you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you Hal Wight at the Windermere hotelon the Probate Court at nn mst to the estate. j
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans Lucerne Circle. fl
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway" come ,, Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue .
in and be sociable. ;
of this newspaper. ....
.A.* ti
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. Mr. W. S. Branch Jr., has gone to _
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain:! and Camden New Jersey, to look over the ( .4 z '
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell Victor factory and get in touch with : | | Come in any time and freely ask for further s 1' a
Work, anything artistic. all the latest ideas in records, Victro-i information on this vitally important subject. I _
Original designing done for special platinum work. las, and everything musical. He Will'' You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
prices.New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible visit friends in New York and Phila- JI glad to advise. .
> :
delphia and observe what is going on
in the trade centers of the country j II
I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANS DoctorsBuckinastiT -I

= & Briiiidage Orlando, Florida


OSTEOPATHS I Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
JEWELER' ,
i Personal instruction under Dr. Still] .
at Kirksviile, Mo.
132 S. Orange Avs.. above People
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