The morning sentinel
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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 9, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Apologize or Admit That SAl TlllO YESTERDAY Y ; CARRANZA IS NOW



Washington, Sept. 8.-From infor- . . . . ,
mation obtained today it is possibleto DASHKOFFGeneral CAPORETTA Brief Bulletins VILLA FALLING BACK OX
outline in detail the probable TROOP

course take in which the case the of United Dr. Constantine States will CZAR COMMANDS ARMY AND NAVY GERMAN AIRCRAFT RAID LONDON Ticked Off Wire FOOLED .* TRAINS LOST

Theodore Dumba, the Austrian am- HourNew
At Late
i I *
Sheriff Gordon was rushed to a
bassador. Reorganization of Na- Few Casualties Result-Fires residence on West Pine street VILlA NOW PROBABLY ELIMINATEDIf
The course of this government has
tional Importance InitiatedBy Are Under ControlEastern York.Mail dispatches from last night by an excited citizen *
been but partially decided upon. Final
judgment depends upon Austria's of- Emperor-Russia Counties Includedin Paris, which would never have passed who said the house was being Defeated lie Would Carry

the French cable intimate that robbed by a bold yegg. Sixty
ficial explanation of the activities of
Raid Little Weight With Pan-
Stirred *
Deeply people surrounded the house. The
her ambassador. all is not well with France. There is
sheriff found all the doors and *
the AmericansConference -
breach between
Ambassador Penfield at Vienna will via London 8.- Geneva, Sept. 8.The Tribune says a serious army '
Petrograd, Sept. the windows locked. With a skeleton *
be directed to present to the Austrian Grand Duke Nicholas has been trans- that the Italians have driven back the and the most Joseph powerful Caillaux group, in whose key the front door was opened; This Week

government Without any formal com- ferred to the Caucasus by Emperor Austrians at Plezzo in the directionof government. searched and *
room was
ment from the United States, the name is connected with a series of every ; Washington, Sept. 8.-An official .
Nicholas. The emperor took this action Savoreck and have advanced at then came the bath room. The *
Dumba letter concerning the tying scandals, is plotting the unseating of report to the state department late
up of -
, on assuming command of the Marnova in the direction Caporetta. door was locked. Ah, Jimmy Val- *
of ammunition plants at Bethlehem : military and naval forces of Russia.In They took 700 prisoners and cap- the commander-in-chief, General Jof- en tine was within. Calls to come today said that Villa was disastrously
and elsewhere in the United States. fre. defeated at Saltillo jesterday.
the duke he tured rifles. The Italians also
transferring grand many out and surrender proved futile. ,
This will be virtually a request -()- The dispatch said that he lost sev-
appointed him viceroy of the Cau- advanced in Val Sugana taking 200 The door was forced. THE *
upon the Austrian government to explain Amsterdam.-Reports that Admiralvon eral troop trains and the greater part
casus and commander in chief of the prisoners, including a colonel. OWNER OF THE HOUSE with
Dumba's activities in the domestic Tirpitz, German minister of ma- of his artillery and is being forced
army the southern front. *
a walking stick in his hand stood
the United States. rine, intends to resign are inventions, Torreon.
affairs of back in disorder on
German Air Raid
The transfer made in
was connec- within-a veritable Horatio at *
Austria will be advised that Dumba's although it is true that he plans to General Madero, in command of the
tion with a general reorganization of London, Sept. 8.-The press bureau the Bridge! He said he was *
statement was that he was followingthe :take a brief vacation, according to the army of Villa, is said to have been cutoff
such importance that it has stirred announces that hostile aircraft flew guarding his home against bur- *
wishes of his in Berlin correspondent of the Nieuw
government arranging with the rear guard.
the nation deeply. counties and the *
over the eastern glars who were stealing lumber
a walkout of Austro-llunga- i Rotterdamsche Courant, who claimsto lie managed, however, to get three
The Grand Duke the fam-
replaces London district tonight, dropping incendiary from his premises. *
rians in American ammunition plants. ous viceroy of the Caucasus, Count and explosive bombs. The have obtained his information from . . . troop trains through to Torreon and
According to diplomatic procedurethe I excellent authority. ten others are expected to follow.
von Emperor raids occurred shortly after midnight.It .
Austrian government will be duty -()- The Carranza forces are reportedto
Nicholas addressed to the count a is announced that there are few HOTEL RUNNERS MUST STAY
bound either to disavow the New York.-Manipulation of war be in hot pursuit.
programof communication acknowledging the casualties reported and that the fires OFF DEPOT PLATFORMNo
Dumba, or to apologize for his ac- shares was the feature of today's ear- It is expected that without artillery
value of his labors, and stating that caused by the bombs are under con-
tivities, or to express approval of his ly trading. General Motors made an !the Villa forces will not be able to
he his be
to to
"yields request permitted
trol. solicitor for a hotel or boardinghouse
acts and admit that they had the initial gain of 3 points to 253, and I make a stand at Torreon and will be
to devote his energies to work for I in St. Petersburg will be allowed -
sanction of his home government. Crucible Steel rose 13-4 to 86, with obliged to fall back on Chihuahua.
which his state of health is more INTERESTING SERVICES AT THE on the platform at the A. C. L.
admission gains of a point in others of that indicates
An unqualified by Aus- This disaster to Villa according -
equal. BAPTIST CHURCH LAST railroad station after the winter sea- I
tria that she approved of Dumba's group. I to the officials of the state
The attaches him his
emperor to EVENINGAt son opens and this will insure the
to his fellow -oBerlin.Persons that there must be
proposal persuade coun- department, an
staff.Commander .
personal passengers a quiet and peaceful arrival -
trymen to leave the employment of in a position to early resumption of the meetings of
a largely attended service at with authority assert positivelythe in the city. The solicitprs will
American ammunition plants would speak the Pan-American conferences.
Who Sank the Arabic be required to stay on the north side
the church last Mr.
Baptist evening
conviction that the steamship it
present an unparalleled situation. While no date has been fixed,
Reports Reid of Orlando and :Mr. of the station and these can solicit
Eugene ,
Should Austria champion Dumba's Hesperian was not torpedoed by a is understood that the conference will
Amsterdam, Sept. 8.-The German G. of Tavares of business but the main platform on the
Harry Kenney, son
German submarine at least, under New
strike propaganda the United States ; be held this week, probably in
submarine that sank the Arabic has south side of the building will be for
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Kenney, of Or- .
the conditions thus far described.
will be practically forced to ask a recall York. .
made an official report to the German lando, were public ordained to the passengers only. It is likely that
of Dumba as an envoy whose -()- An absolute defeat of Villa, state
admiralty, says a Berlin dispatch to- Chrstian ministry.The chains will be placed along the row
usefulness is ended. Wasihngton, D. C-Cotton of the department officials would mean
day. The submarine commander reports ordination of pillars supporting the shed so that say
sermon was preachedby I
. growth of 1915 ginned prior to Sep- that the representation of Villa and
that when the Arabic changedher i expecting friends, or those at
Dr. Poulson. Scripture readingand persons
Wilson's Action SurprisingWashington tember 1 amounted to 461,537 bales, Zapata at a general conference for
course to approach another ves- prayer was given by Rev. E. Lee the depot merely out of curiosity, can
Sept. President counting round as half bales, the cen- Mexican would amount to
sel that had been torpedoed he be kept back from the cars and the peace very
Smith, of Apopka. Rev. A. J. Holt,
Wilson went to the state department sus bureau today announced. Florida little.
thought the liner intended to ram the of Kissim iee, gave the charge to the passengers can have room enough to
9 today and conferred with Secretary had 4,701 bales.Washington The new question before the con-
submarine, therefore he ordered her candidates, and the ordination alight from the train. The police and
Lansing. It was generally under- prayerwas ference, therefore, will be whether it
stood they discussed the case of Dr. torpedoed. offered by Rev. W. M. Burr, of D. C.-Secretary Lan- .the city commissioners have decided shall stand on its original plan or

Dumba, the Austrian ambassador.The Altamonte Springs.Mr. I sing today cabled Ambassador Gerardat on this plan of handling traffic into adopt some other.If .
Germany Will Claim "Military St. Petersburg this winter and believe
Reid will preach his first ser-
Berlin to forward information
president's action was so unusual any it is decided to recognize Car-
Expediency"Washington at the First Baptist church next that they will be able thus to avoid a
that White House and state department mon available on the sinking of the steamer ranza, officials admit that it will be
good deal of the trouble that was no- ..
Sept. Explanation Sunday.
attaches were slow to real- Hesperian. necessary to surrender to the condi-

ize what had happened. So far as from Germany justifying the sinkingof ticed last winter. The incoming pas- |tion of affairs brought about by.Car-

officials could recall the only prece- the Arabic on the ground of "mil FORT WILL BE ON CRUTCHES LOCKHART SCHOOL HAS AUSPI- sengers used to be surrounded by a ranza, himself, while steadily refus-

dent for a president going to call on itary expediency" is expected shortly.The FOR SEVERAL WEEKS CIOUS OPENING swarm of porters and hotel runners ing to agree to the Pan-American
the instant disembarked in St.
Hesperian case, officials believe,
a secretary of state was recorded conference.It .
when President McKinley went to call :presents no questions which will Leon B. Fort will be unable to use Splendid progress is the report received Petersburg but under the new arrangement seems certain to officials that if

on Secretary Hay. !bring about a crisis.BASEBALL his right foot for several weeks, reports from the Lockhart school passengers will not be an- Villa is driven out of a large part of

The his physician, after exami- which began its fall and winter sessions no'ed.-St. Petersburg Independent.
president's call was not arranged an his territory the delegates of that territory -

in advance. He left his study RESULTS nation of injuries which Mr. Fort recently on Monday. Mrs. Ethel Bill will now be favorable to Car-
and passed out of the executive of- sustained. While. diving from Stevens of Orlando, and Miss Edith ranza and not Villa and any peace
fices through a little used entrance, National League the springboard at the Johnson campat Belknap, of Gotha, are the efficient conference therefore will be con-
crossed the avenue which separatesthe Philadelphia 9, New York 4. Lake Gatlin Sunday Mr. Fort teachers in charge. trolled by Carranza.

White House grounds from the Brooklyn 1-1, Boston 12-4. sprained his ankle severely, and this Washington, D. .-Senator Fletcher The situation on the border is now

state, war and navy buildings, and St. Louis 2, Chicago 0. injury was further aggravated :yesterday I Miss Elizabeth Langenbach departed has a distinguished guest from under complete control by General

walked up the main stairway unattended Federal League morning when he slipped and yesterday afternoon over the At- Ireland. Joseph Johnston, of Dublin, Funston.

while dozens of surprised Newark 4-0, Brooklyn 6-3. wrenched the ligaments a second lantic Coast Line for San Francisco who holds the Alfred Kahn fellowship A

tourists and employes stopped"to look. i Buffalo 4-5, Baltimore 0-4. time. where she will take in the Panama- from the University of London, is Carranza Reply Expected

The president continued on up the Kansas City 7-0, Pittsburgh 0-0; Pacific exposition and visit points of spending some time here. Vera Cruz, Sept. 8.-Carranza announced I a

} inner stairways and into one of the second, darkness in third inning. DICKSON-IVES ROBBED OF $12 interest in California. today that his reply to the
long corridors leading around to Sec- American League joint United States-Latin American ,

retary Lansing's private office, wherehe New York 0, Washington 1. A burglar broke his way into the RETURNS TO FORT GEORGE LAST NIGHT invitation to participate in the proposed A. ;

passed by the messenger on the Boston 0-13, Philadelphia 12. grocery department of the Dickson- Sheriff Gordon and a posse of four Mexican peace conference would A. j

door and entered unannounced. Cleveland 4, St. Louis 5. Ives men captured a negro two miles westof
company early yesterday morn- Montcalm Broward left yesterdayfor be given out 'tomorrow afternoon.The t

Chicago 10, Detroit 9. ing, gaining an entrance through the his home at Fort George, Florida. Orlando last night. The negro reply will be handed simultaneously -

BACK FROM WESTERN TRIP Southern League northwest window, and after extract- had escaped from Ocala where he to Special United States j

Mobile:: 5-2 New . . murdered a He was broughtto .
Orleans 4-6. ing $12 from the cash register, es . negress. Representative Silliman' and to the i

Mr. T. G. Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Atlanta 1, Birmingham 0. caped. The police are working on THE WORLD WAR A YEAR Orlando and lodged in the county American Press.

C. G. Lee, returned to Orlando yes- Only: games scheduled. the case and hope to have the culpritin (I. AGO TODAY SEPT. 9 bastile. A ,

terday afternoon after an absence of charge soon.MOVED. NEGRO WAS PRETTY BADLY j

three months, during the time visit- FUNERAL HELD YESTERDAY Russians were attacking south Mr. H. C. Berry, of the well known I SHOT Up. A

ing many points of interest in the :: TO ORLANDOMr. of Lemberg, on Dneister river. firm of Berry Bros. & Fresh, whole- t

West, including St. Louis "I saw Yesterday afternoon at 2:30 the British and French fifth army sale china and crockery, Baltmore, is After having been shot twice by the .

some of the worst weather while on I funeral of the late Alfred C. Beecherwas and Mrs. D. B. Sphaler, prominent drove Von Kluck north toward in Orlando on his annual trip.Ir.. husband of a white woman whom he

the trip that I ever experienced or held from the residence of his and influential residents of Taft, the Marne. The sixth French Berry has been coming to this section is said to have insulted at St. Cloud,

want to pass through again," said I brother-in-law, J. M. Sellers, on West have moved to Orlando, and are now artillery repulsed by Von Kluck'sright for the past twenty-five years and is George Thompson, a negro, was taken i

Mr. Lee. "There were storms, torna- Central avenue, Dr. E. T. Poulson of- pleasantly located at 503 East Cen- flank. Von Buelow's army, one of the most popular men on the from his home Tuesday night and

does, floods, rains etc. Taking it all ficiating. Interment was in Green- tral avenue, where they will be "at east of Von Kluck, was forced road. While here he is making his brought by auto to Taft and left by 1

in all, I thoroughly enjoyed the out- wood. home" to their friends. back on Rheims. home at the San Juan hotel. the roadside, where he was discovered
ing. Germans drove the French on early yesterday morning. lie is in a

RETURN TO ORLANDOMr. REPAINTING PASSENGER DEPOT the Ourcq back three miles, bend- Mr. and Mrs. A. Kendrick, who serious condition from the effects of

TO JACKSONVILLEMurry ing the enemy's line to face from have been absent from Orlando for two gunshot wounds.

S. King left yesterday afternoon and Mrs. W. M. Lege, who for The general appearance of the At- east to north. several weeks, visiting points of interest -

to attend the meeting of the I several weeks have been touring lantic Coast Line passenger depot is Persistent reports of Russian in Florida and other states, returned Purchase school books and supplies

State Board of Architects at Jack-. North Florida and Georgia, have returned being greatly improved by the appli- troops on French soiL yesterday afternoon to their from Curtis & O'Neal, Orange ave-
t . . . .
sonville. to Orlando. cation of a fresh coat of paint. home, 406 East Colonial Drive. nue. Established 30 years.
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I to Lakeland" was passed along PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
Paris.-Since the new law author- yesterday by good roads boosters who

buy a choice building lot in Dr. izing military marriages by proxy (j will attend the meeting of the Cen- Guests registering at the San Juan I Terms Reasonable 4Better

C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus came have into force, 703 such ceremonies I i jtral I Florida Highway Association at hotel yesterday included C. W. Hug- Miss Mabel DurhamRoom
prove on North Orange avenue overlooking performed. l I that city tomorrow. M. M. Smith, gins, II. C. Allen, Robert W. Ferris,
: Lake Ivanhoe. There are There are several peculiar points |I M.. O. Overstreet, and G. R. Ramsey Herbert Tait, J. E. McElmurray, No. 9
only 4 lots to be sold at the price. about this law, one being that two I I will motor to Lakeland today. Others Tampa; :Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parmes, DAVIS & MCNEIL BUILDING: Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
The bricked street splits the lots, months must elapse between the de- : will depart for the
meeting to- New York; C. R. Garrett, Chicago; J.
which will have a frontage of 62 feet mand for an authorization for a mar- I morrow. Since the first meeting of Ollendorf, New York; Geo. M. Knight, Church Street V

by 150 feet depth on the east side of riage by proxy and the performanceof j the association in Orlando, June 10, C. B. MuVphy, Lakeland; L. A. Bell, ----- -- --
the street, and a frontage of 62 feet the ceremony. One result is thatin ,I I the organization has had a phenomenal Quincy; D. W. Stevens, Brocton, HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
running back about 100 feet to the some cases by the time the proxy growth.
I Mass.; B. M. Tench, Gainesville'B. F. A. B. Cook & Co.
lake on the west side of the street, wedding ceremony takes place, the &
Winston Baltimore L. W. Noble
2 lots for the of bridegroom has been killed on the ; ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
making price one HEALTH MEETINGS START
Charlotte; W. B. Gallagher, Ocala; Christ Building, Orlando.
and the price is fully 25 per cent. battlefield, though the sad news has Rochester, N. Y.-Leading ph'sidans Alvis Williams, Cincinnati.
less than the real value. Each lot on not yet reached his relatives and and sanitary experts from every FOUNDRY.

the east side of the'street has about friends. state were here today when the presi-
20 large budded bearing trees. The dent, Prof. William T. Sedgwick, New York.-The Central and South INVESTMENTS, LOANS

ground is high and sightly. Building BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS opened the first meeting of the Amer- American Telegraph company reported STOCKS AND
restrictions will protect the home MET YESTERDAYThe ican Public Health Association.This today that earthquakes had inter-
builder. The owner has cut the price afternoon the important ques- rupted their .cable lines between San BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ) 204llammond&Qore I

upon my guarantee to make a quick board of Orange county com- tion of the milk supply of cities was Juan del Sur, Costa Rica, and Salina

sale. There is nothing like it in the missioners, which met yesterday, taken up and several papers were Cruz.

city today for price and location. Call pledged $1,000 to the Subtropical read. It is expected that Governor
me up by phone or come to the office. Midwinter Fair paid paving bills I
; ;
Charles S. Whitman
of New York, Read the Morning Sentinel for the
My time and auto are at your service. approved bonds, and discussed road [
will address the delegates. news. lOc. a week delivered.
Only 4 lots to be sold at this price. matters in the western and north- I l 1 I j i I

western portions of the No =- --- ---
county. ------------- ---- ---- --
action was taken in regard to road ,I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal

E. C. YoungRoom will matters.meet Monday The board, October adjourned 4. and Beds Beds Beds :

10, McNeill & Davis Block. I Values Low Prices .

Phone 569.6O.IIANSCIIDACII. Nashville, Tenn.-Dr. Gross Alex-
In Bright New Patterns
ander, 63, editor of the Methodist Re- COMPARE
view and book editor of Methodist

Episcopal Church, South, died late I OUR FURNITUREWe

[ yesterday at Long Beach, Cat, of I

apoplexy, according to a message re- provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac- :

Cabinet MakerDoors ceived. cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If '

an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
S t a i a t t i i i a t a t i i .
can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
TORPEDO RESTORED SIGHT stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
Screens, Porch Swings, S

Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases London.-"All I want now is *
for the Germans to torpedo the *
Folding Card Tables, Cedar '
Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- ship and then I may get back my McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK J.
sight," were the farewell words '
tals, etc. Also Repair Work. S of the Canadian soldier named Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

All Work Guaranteed Chambers, who was returning Now Is The Timeto -

with other Canadians to his *

12 E. Church St. Phone 447 i home, as he was leaving the hospital -- -- -- -- ----------
S Thursday to board the liesS select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter. MMttUMMIMMIIIM6IHMIHIIiHltMIMMIIMIMFresh

perian. Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
S Chambers had lost the sight of +

both eyes through gas fumes at surprising low prices. A call will convince you.

What do you the front, but discovered after Vegetables ii .

the explosion that sank the Hes

hope for in a perian that he had regained the

a sight of one eye. Surgeons had and FruitsOKRA

varnish ? told Chambers that a sudden OSCAR HAND & SON

shock was necessary to restore
his sight, as it did. .
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I movement is now on foot to have

Apopka, Fla.. Sept. 7.-Dr. and the county road to Forest City continue Windermere, Fla., Sept. 7.-School
Mrs. C. P. McCall left last week for I east on Fourth street direct instead opened Monday with a fine attend-
Greensboro, N. C., on a visit. I of turning out and going for ,ance. Miss Ruth Pansing is the
The local camp of the W. O. W. No. i j half a mile and then drop back again teacher in charge.Mr. .

205 is planning for a masquerade in I! to Fourth street extended, and a petition and Mrs. H. C. Luff have
the near future. to that effect has been extensively moved into the cottage on Palm ave-

MissAtollie Wilson is visiting her I signed by interested citizens.F. nue recently completed by Mr. J. C. "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Wilson E. Zepp and wife, B. F. Wilson, Palmer.Mr. .
parents, Jr. and Mrs. W. T. I
|and J. J. Anderson took advantage of
Conner, the Ok-
at "The Oaks, this week. She is representing
now located at Atlanta. I the Labor Day excursion last Monday la\daha Nurseries, was calling upon Unless Budded from A Bear-
I to the Ancient City of St. Augustine the 'last .
Rev. E. Lee Smith and wife attended growers I
I for a few days outing. W. II. Brokaw, with the Buck-
urday special and meeting Sunday.T. .at Pine Grove Sat- I Mrs: J. R. Womble and little granddaughter eye Nurseries, was a visitor in Win I' ing Tree of Known Qualityand
went to Jacksonville Monday dermere last Friday.
J. Smith and family have returned -i to visit her children who are in .
( Miss Edna Hyer and Miss Edith
from an extensive trip throughthe business in that city.T. Quantity of Produc-
Girard, of Orlando, are coming out !
North which
stopovers B. Tower and II. II. Withering-
Wednesday to the week-end
Asheville, Washington, Philadel. spend I "
at ton have each filled in the street in with Mrs. John A. Thompson at Ross- I tion. -O. W. ConnerIn
phia, Baltimore, New York and other
front of their store houses with clay more Inn.Guests.
points of interest. and marl which will add much to the registered at Rossmore Inn
W. L. Pannell)) has just completed a
condition when it becomes settled and this last week who came out to enjoy
new sidewalk in front of the residence
packed down.
the bathing included Mr. and Mrs.
of Mayor Frank II. Davis on Central I The colored'! school building here is Jas. N. Burden, Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. five years the Ocklawaha: Nurseries through actual dem-

avenue. I undergoing repairs by Contractor J. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Gillispie, the onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
W. C. Fieldin, bookkeeper for the. R. Womble and a crew of workmen, Misses Evans, Miss May Sloan, Mr. brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
State Bank, is spending his vacation and it will soon be ready for use J. R. Coleman, Miss Lewter, Mr.Baas,
does The United States Government
pay. experiments made by
with his parents at Winter Haven. again.D. Miss Lee, Mr. Chas. Hilpert, Mr. Ar-
C. E. Hyde killed a six foot rattler C. Vaden has rented the Reeves nold, Mr. Lacy, Dr. and Mrs. C. Wat- Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -

near Lake Brantley a few days ago. house and will move to same within tenscheidt> Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Evans, published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
After a very pleasant visit to het the next few days.M. Mrs. Hilpert, Miss Wall, Dr. and Mrs.R. the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propaga-
brother here Miss Fannie Pannell)) has W. Holmes, J. R. Womble, H. II. M. Buckmaster and children Dr. ted from a parent of true merit.
returned to her home at Dupont. McClure, H. Ii. Witherington, and D. Clarence Brundage and daughter, Mr.J. .
Real estate buyers have been here W. Clark were in Orlando Tuesday to G. Manuel and friends, of Orlando, To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas

recently looking and express them- appear before the board of county and Mr. Petris with a party of friends a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not

selves as being vry favorably impressed commissioners in regard to having from Oakland. been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-

and the outlook is better here needed improvements made on the vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
now for business than it has been'for Forest City road entering Apopka.The ITEMS FROM CONWAY
r Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
more than a year. American Realty company of
returned has another the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
Grandpa Cooper Saturday Apopka just purchased Conway, Fla., Sept. 7.-1\lr. and
from an extended visit to Kansas and beautiful subdivision of several'! acres Mrs. L. R. Reeves are occupying the rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.

stated that the summer had been very just on the western boundary of the Redditt homestead for the present.
You can write your own guarantee ajid we will sign it, so
cold and he was glad to get back to town which they are preparing to They were recently married at Fort
Florida. lie was met at Wildwood by place on the market, and already sev- Christmas, the home of the bride,who great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
his two little ,twin granddaughters, eral lots have been spoken for. This was Miss Ethel Partin. Mr. Reevesis bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
Gladys and Bernice Cooper, who were company has also disposed of some favorably known in this neighbor- bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
delighted to have their grandfather very valuable building lots near the hood as an enterprising ambitious
CATALOGUE FREE write for it and be to where
back with them again. Midland their sure say your
depot among holdings young man. He has purchased ten
Albert Zepp left last week for which shows that there is quite a acres of citrus land from Col. R. J. grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address

I' Washington. C., to visit his broth. lively interest here now in real estate. Piatt, of Conway, and will improvethis
er, Guy Zepp, and will)) spend some There was no preaching service at property and build a home. The
time there. the Methodist church here last Sun- I bride received a nice bunch of cattle
Albert Robbins has completed his day on account of the pastor, Rev. I from her father as a wedding pres- Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
contract of erecting the new packing George D. Reeves, being ill and unable ent.
house for M. T. Anderson. to fill his appointment at either Miss Belle Crawford was expected W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
Miss Louise Wilson returned Saturday the morning 'or evening service. I home on Wednesday. She has been
from a week-end visit as the The contract for erecting the new .teaching summer school in North OR
guest of Miss Mabel Anderson at fire station for Apopka was awardedby !Florida and visited in Live Oak with G. G.
_ Pine Crest. the council at its session Monday I t relatives before her return. Wright, Agent

Work on the Dixie highway is progressing night to II. II. McClure as the lowest I Mrs. J. A. Garrett is enjoying life 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.iMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMi .
nicely here and brick have bidder. There were some five or six in old Virginia and reports fine crops ,
been distributed almost the entire bids submitted but the bid acceptedwas ,of wheat, grain, peaches and toma-
distance through town and the grade the lowest received. I toes. Canning factories are running
has been practically completed on to full capacity.
Alabama avenue, Fourth street and Washington D. C.-Rear Admiral I
Central avenue, and the work is be- Alfred Reynolds'! president of the naval -I The hired girl has went-she was
_ ing pushed ahead, while the paversare examining and retiring boards hired, she was tired she was fired;
following close behind and are since December, 1913, was placed on ,but smile-you can get another by I
_ now about the city limits coming into the retired list today. ;.usinc our want ad. column. J-

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THE DAILY ADDITIONAL LOCALS ADDITIONAL SOCIETY they spent the night with Mrs. Caj i j -

ruthers' Mr. and Mrs P.
South Florida Sentinel Misses Emma and Clara Rothkettle XXth CENTURY CLUB Cooper. They will be joined B'I .

MORNING AND WEEKLY arrived in Orlando yesterday after- ENTERTAINED BY this morning by Miss Ada Reed, who
*.. ::. GLENN .....................Editor noon from Pittsburgh, Pa., and will AIRS. 'BRANCH. 'left Orlando last night on the 12:30 \
*v C. ESSINGTON ......BusintM )lan. rr THE h E LATEST CREATIONSDirect
spend a month with :Mr.: and Mrs. D. The Twentieth Century Club was train, and together they will go to I II

Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida B. Sphaler, 508 East Central avenue. entertained ;yesterday afternoon at I Spring Lake, N. J., the former home I
as Second Clasa Mail Matter. -
the home of Mrs. W. S. Branch. The of Miss Reed, where they will spend

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mr. T. N. Butner, one of Orange reading from Dante's Divine Comedywas the remainder of the summer. II
Daily. l.Year .. ................... 15.00 I I drWorld's
Daily 6 Month ...................... 2-69 I county's prosperous and prominent continued. Mrs. Robertson and -0- From th
Daily. Months ...................... i-25 I citizens has returned from a visit to Mrs. Terry were the readers for the I Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Williams
Uailj. 1 Month ....................... 69 ,
relatives and friends at Powder afternoon.The and sons have returned to their
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... Jl.OO Fashion Center
Springs, Ga., and is again at his hostess served peach ice cream home, 215 East Robinson avenue, after -
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN home in Ocoee. and cake at the close of the reading, a summer's absence in New Roch-

and a piano selection was renderedby elle, and other points in New York.
Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Burr, of Alta- Mrs. Bradley. -- -

advcitisiat Copy for.d...*ptay be handed and all la at other tM handset buineM monte, were among the welcome visitors -I Those present were :Mrs.: Kollock, Miss Rosina Jacocks and her cousins -
tfffie of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. a*. to Orlando yesterday. They at- firs Magruder, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs Judge and Mrs. J. :\Mullen, of

to the chances day before for puKlkatioa.contract advertisinc This male applies it I. tended the ordination services at the Terry, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Robinson, Petersburg, Pa., are now at "The New

jiTanable and will be strictly adhered to. Baptist church yesterday afternoonand Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Coleman' and Miss Greenbrier" hotel White Sulphur w

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d&condnoed last evening. Starbuck.The Springs, W. Va. for two weeks.
should notify the office in writing on next meeting will be with Mrs.F. > E:
the date of expiration otherwise it will bo
continued at the regular subscription rates. Masters Robert and Elmer Bren- J. Terry, the 22nd inst. Mrs. T. A. Hux, of Tavares, is

until Telephone notice Numb to stop. .r .u...received................... ** gle, of Tampa, who have been visiting '- spending a few days with her daughter "
their grandmother, Mrs. M. E. I IN HONOR OF Mrs. W. J. Hamrick. She is accompanied -

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1915 Keigwin, 217 West Robinson avenue, MISS McCULLOUGH.A by her granddaughter, \ r-

left yesterday afternoon for their delightful' social event of last Miss Burta Hux. I ; f

The man who -marries an angel in home in Tampa. evening was the dance at the Roof --0- Z r-

disguise is apt to find the disguise Garden, given by the Big Ten in honor Miss Carol King has resumed her

both perfect and lasting. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC of Miss Ruth McCullough, who duties as stenographer in the officesof 1.... JC l
o leaves Monday for Goucher College, Robinson & Beardall, after a vacation -
It's easy for a woman with a long Orlando, Fla., Sept. 8, 1915. Baltimore. of three weeks. -J z
Editor :Morning Sentinel:
tongue to make short work of an- Quite a number of young people attended -
I read in your paper of 9-7-15:
other woman's reputation. 'To Whom it May Concern-In : the affair. The music was Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw Orlando, -J *y/ tTlrAc

---o -- building my tomb in the Orlando cem- particularly fascinating and not untila is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Arnold
It is really wonderful how some etery there was an error made in the rather late hour was the dancing Goldy, on Water street.-St. Augus- ..... poEARLY '
carving of the verse, and on learningof
people can smile and look prosperouson the error had it removed. The concluded.W. tine Record. r$ $

some other people's money. names mentioned in the verse did not --0- -()- :E
0 refer to J. II. Vick or J. A. Knox of C. T. U.RUMMAGE. Miss Beth Canfield, of St. Augustine 7
Orlando. Fred S. Weeks."
Last year's model automobile may SALE. has arrved n Orlando on a visitto 4/3
Now, Fred S. Weeks knows that he
run all right, but does it make your had that carving done under his own The W. C. T. U. rummage sale will relatives and friends.
neighbors sufficiently envious instructions and did not learn about it be resumed Saturday in the Arcade -
afterwards. He also knows that he
o and will continue during the first of
referred to J. II. Vick and J. A. Knoxof
The season of the }'ear.is close at OMando. He therefore tells two next week. NEWS OF BROTHER'S DEATH

hand when a young man who is mat- falsehoods in one explanation whichis The Union will be pleased to have M. Smith, Jr., manager of the Or-
rimonially inclined begins to figure enough to prove that the truth is more donations sent to 22 E. Church
not in him. The only truth he has (Development company, was
how he can support a wife in a lux- told is when he said that he had it street, or a committee will call for it hastily summoned to his old home at
uriously furnished bungalow on $10 removed, and it is well that he did. if Mrs. Sanders is notified at the Portland by the news of his brother's
week and make both ends meetGen. 9-9-ltc J. H. VICK. above address.
per death at that city, which occurred

o --0- Saturday. Mr. Smith, who has resided -
Joffre has just returned from TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY M. E. PROGRESSIVE at the Keystone for more thana { FALL SHOWING

Italy; the British fleet has actually FOR SALE-Two Jersey cows, just I CLASS WILL PICNIC. year, will return to this city in '
taken the initiative; Czar Nicholas is come fresh; good ones. Call at 10 I This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock the ,about two weeks.

in personal command of his troops; West Concord avenue, Orlando. members of the Progressive class in I

for weeks the French have been 9-9-3t the Methodist church will assembleat

shooting away shells by the million; LOST-Tuesday morning, between the edifice and go in automobilesto 'The Cathedral School OF
the German submarine campaign is city limits and Maitland, ladies' the "camp" of Mr. and :Mrs.: Gray

on the decline, and from reports one .panama hat, with black velvet band. Rush, on Lake Conway, where they
Leave at this office. 9-9-2t
is led to believe that the Allied armiesare I : will picnic.

about to commence a tighteningof LOST-Monday afternoon, at Eola Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
the "iron ring" around the Central park, one large bisque doll. Dark SHOOT AT COUNTRY School for Girls
Powers! hair and brown eyes. Finder please CLUB TODAY. 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
return to Sentinel office. 9-9-ltc Primary Intermediate MillineryAnd
and Academic
o One of the events of the day in Grades

This is the day the big meeting of FOR SALE-Elegant parlor organ, which considerable' interest is being '
the Central Florida Highway Asso- $10; large ice box, suitable for gro- manifested is the shoot which the Or- Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
cer, $10, worth $25. Tracy's Carpenter lando Gun Club is staging at the Culture and Domestic Science.
ciation will meet at Lakeland. It's
Shop, 18 East Church street.
For Catalogues address the Rector,
Country Club grounds this afternoon.
growth has been steady and consistent. 9-9-6t
Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M..
From a little gathering at Kis-
CIIALLENGE-Just to cause excite- SOCIETY NOTESOF Orlando, Flz.
the association has
simmee inIa)" ment among skating fans, I challenge INTEREST.
expanded into a formidable organization. any one in the city to skate
It is composed of the most one-fourth mile. Casper Topliff. Mrs. Anna J. Rhodes and daughter,
virile men in the state. Good roads 9-9-ltc Miss Mae, of Darlington, South Caro- FIELD'SCHOCOLATE

means much to the future of this FOR RENT-Flat of four rooms and lina, arrived in Orlando yesterday !
state. The Highway association is sleeping porch upstair, four rooms morning, and will be the guests of '- Ladies9
doing work now which will be appre- and screened back porch down stairs. Mrs. Rhodes' brother-in-law and sister -
ciated by future generations. Who All modern conveniences. 14 High Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Kilgore, at
street 3 blocks east of Eola
12 East Jackson
of street, a few
gets the next quarterly meeting 9-9-6t
the association is problematical, but weeks. VANILLA
FOR SALE-One 1 horse wagon, ReadyToWear'Although
it's a real honor to entertain these !
practically new, with rack and fishing Mrs. J. M. Caruthers and sons, TUTI FRUTI
men. Orlando was honored by being
boat; a first class fishing outfit,
Masters Robert and
host June 10, and now Lakeland is for less than cost of wagon. Inquire Randolph, GUAVAICE
honored. Who will be the next? Elmer Beidler, at Evans' jewelry yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
store. 9-9-6t Coast Line for Jacksonville where CREAMS.


remarkably earlyin
From the beginning of the war the
diplomatis of the Central Powers THE PLAN OF THE REAL ESTATE BANK OF ORLANDO
have been a blundering, blusteringlot SPECIALTYCLUB the season we are in a position -
of dull brained officials. Every (a) The Building and Loan feature its primary object. '
(b) Making small loans, weekly, and monthly payments.c .
has ended in
encounter a of the
diplomatic to
( ) Receiving time deposits only.d some
sorry mess for them. One would ( ) Having a title and insurance department.
really think that Germany and Aus- (e) Drawing contracts, agreements deeds, etc. SANDWICH 25c. exclusive and charm-
tria could produce sharp witted and (f) Collecting rents, incomes and dividends. most
(R) Negotiating city and farm loans.h .
keen brained officials, but such has ( ) Buying and selling mortgages and securities.
creations of the
not been the case. (i) Handling investments of various kinds. ingly dainty
Dernberg showed his hand, and instead The Real Estate Bank (organizing) has opened offices on
the lower floor of the Christ building, where the public We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
of the standing of modistes and costumiers
improving will, be furnished any desired information. 9-8-d2t-wltc art
Germany in this country he did muchto and Delivered for All

injure the German cause. Capt. indi-
Occasions that are so distinctly
Boy-Ed, Capt. Papen, Herr Albert,
and the whole lot of German agents
and propagandists have made a sickly IV" vidual that we are positive

mess of affairs in this country.

Now comes Dr. Constantine Dumba, that they will, without doubt

the Austro-IIungarian ambassador, to

add insult to injury. He hired an indicate fully Fashions
American newspaper man, "Jimmy" w :B-Y: 'P

Archibald' and secured for him pass- "
"TREND of the Monde.
ports to Germany.; Archbald was

loaded with secret papers to the Cen- .
tral Powers. He was promptly arrested -

: in London by secret service

men and the contents of the papers
revealed. Some people came into our place of business yesterday: and asked the price of differ-
We'd Appreciate A Visit
Dumba, the dull, actually admittedto ent feeds. They frankly said they were just getting PRICES. However, after awhile
Secretary Lansing that the Aus-
tro-Hungarian government was be- they came back and bought several sacks of feed. Again we ask, Why? Because quality From YomDicksoll

hind a plot to withdraw Austriansand considered, we gave them better prices than they could get elsewhere.
Hungarians from munitions

plants in the United States. Dumba Have you investigated our Co-Operative plan whereby you can save from $2 up per
actually told Lansing that his government -
was behind this seditious month on groceries and provisions alone? Much more if you buy feeds also. We are

plot.Of offering a good proposition. Obelisk is a good flour Again we say it is as good as Pillsbury -
all the nerve *, e have ever heardof lies Co.
this beats the record. Dumba if you only think so. 55c. and $1.05. ;

should be recalled by his government

before he gives away all the secretsof

the Central Powers! He has failedto
exhibit the ordinary astuteness of A

an average American school boy whois The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. .DPARTMENT[ STORE.

trying to evade a teacher's ques- ...
Verily' the path of Count von Bern- S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

storff, who is accredited with being a

brainy-man, is a thorny one. We feel I

sorry for the Count.


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tn Snrirj I "Get It At Allen's" |

SOCIAL CALENDAR I Key; West, Miami, and other places,

where they will spe"nd their honey- ,!A
Friday, September 10.
Business meeting of Epworth Leaguewill moon. They will return about Sep- GRANDTODAY A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe j

be held at home of Mrs J. P. tember 25 and will be at home to j commend the .
l\Iusselwhite, on Lake Eola. their many friends at the Colonial' can Hamilton to anyone who wants 1j
-()- hotel in Ocala. a timekeeper of perfect and continuous accuracy.
The bride was raised in Ocala and j
is a charming young lady, having a
At a quiet home wedding, solemn-
wide circle of friends who wish her jIttrn4flati
ized last night at the bride's home on 1
every happiness in her new life. .
Anderson street, \V. P. Gwynne, a
The groom is an Orlando
: T Economy former alderman of Orlando, and
man, and is a trusted employe of the FILM CORPORATION "Tit Railroad TIm.l.eperAmerica"
Miss Eleanor Van Duzor, of this
Seaboard Air Line railway. This is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried by$6** T J
were united in marriage by Dr. E. T. Many beautiful and costly PresentsA of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced. 1
Poulson of the First Baptist church. We can sell you the complete watch, or we can supply a Hamilton mOTe t
consisting of cut glass, silver, china, SCHUBERT FEATURE ment fitted to your present watch case. All rises for men and women. 3;
Only the immediate members of the
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and many articles in hand embroidery
families of the contracting partieswere I By Owen Davis
testified to the popularity of the
in upkeep and present. Mr. and Mrs
:young WOMAN"featuring
Allen &
continue to reside in Orlando. -0- Company

gasoline con- Both bride and groom are well GIRLSENTERTAINED.
known and have a host of friends GCS sr
/ Jewelers
who will join with the Sentinel in ex-
sumption are The Bachelor Girls were delightfulv -
tending to them heartiest congratulations. -
entertained afternoon
yesterday by1iss

; Jean Person. The i .
items to be con- bridge prize -- -
for the afternoon's play was captured -

ANDERSONGATES.An by Mrs. Gordon Wright, and proved :
sidered in
buying entertaining event of Sundaywas to be i a daintily embroidered cap and
the marriage of Miss Irene Gates, inron. The hostess served fruit punch fDf : r is right now. Don't let things pro

a car. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. .nj a cream course. until the house, barn, fence or floor

Gates, to Mr. Roy Adrain Anderson, The following! were Miss Person's QDg 1 -1 begins to look shabby. A 'little of our

The in of Orlando, which was solemnized at I guests for the afternoon: Mesdames E ready to use paint will put your home

upkeep four o'clock at the home of the bride's Louis Hewitt, Leon B. Fort, David 'k..c,1 .. t in fine trim and save you the cost of a

parents at South Lake Weir. Rogers, Ralph Yearby, John Hunt, : h Q )I much bigger paint bill later on.
the DODGE is .. J' M1llll1
The ceremony, which was witnessedby Louis Dolive, Gordon Wright, Jas. 't

*relatives and scores of friends of Magruder, V. W. Estes, and Misses

= i lessened a great the popular young couple' was performed Guilda Happersett, Elizabeth Bran- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

by Rev. G. V. Albertson, of ham, Alta Wright, Mary McCullough,

deal by the DeLand, the Presbyterian ring ser- and Lillian Estes.REBEKAHS 205 S. Orange Avenue
very vice being used.
The rooms of the lower floor were TENNANT

reasonable price beautifully decorated, palms, ferns, NOTICE.

and white star jessamine vines being Rebekah Lodge No. 12 will meetat IlillM . .. .. . . . . .. .. .

for parts, as you used most effectively. Odd Fellows hall Thursday even FIVE SPLENDID ACTS

Mrs Charles E. Brown, of Webster, ing, September 9, at 7:30. All offi- -
will note by a a sister of the bride, presided at the cers and members are requested to I The New Ice CompanyPHONE jj
piano. The bridal 10 cents .
party entered the be present. 20 cents

study of the fbl- wedding room to march.the strains of Mendelssohn's Mrs. F. L. Anderson, noble grand. I.L 675

The bride was charming in her Tomorrow I
Mary Pickford in
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lowingprices: wedding gown of ivory white satin FavoriteTODAY'S Delivery Daily
charmeuse trimmed with deep shadow "Rags, her masterpiece. _

lace and beautiful white pearl bead

trimmings. Her maline silk embroi- PROGRAM Wait for our wagon. We think
Piston $1.60 dered veil was worn with a cap effect Majestic. "At the Stroke of the '

and held in place with a wreathof Angelus. A drama, in two parts. vou will like our ice. .
Reliance, "The Sheriff's Prisoner."
Piston Rings / .25 orange blossoms. Her only orna- ,, Keystone. "Fatty's Seaside Lov-
ment was a diamond necklace. She ers."

ed an arm boquet of white bride's Mutual program: "Miss Fatty's
ConnectingRod rose with a shower of star pessa- Seaside Lovers." Roscoe Arbuckle The New Ice
mine. done the regalia of an heiress and i Company1"IIIIII'I'I"'I"'III'IIIIIIIIII"I" jj
succeeds in causing great commotionin ,
Bearing .75 Following the ceremony an informal a seaside hotel. Mr.\ Arbuckle also 4
reception was held. After the re- directed this, which is uproariously
Fan Belt .25 ception Mr. and Mrs. Anderson left funny from start to finish as the '
Strand audience well testified.
via automobile for Leesburg, Orlando, Five cents to all. ROOf GARDEN;

Drive Pinion 2.50 I'III'IIIIIII"'I MHIIIIIMIillMMIMtlMt}

No. 10069. ;
Report of the Condition of
At Orlando, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business, I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ; ;
And the September 2d, 1913.RESOURCES ; TO-DAY

I. a Loans and discounts (except those shown. on b) ..............S-lo4.268.60
Car Itself Total loans ;.eo..eo.....eo................................. 454268.60
? Overdrafts unsecured .........eo................................ 372.97
3. a U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) .......... 21000.00 "WHO PAYS?"
b U. S. bonds pledged to secure U. S. deposits; (par value) ........ 10000.00
Total U. & bonds .....................................eo. 31000.00 The House of Glass. Complete
seems like a 4. b Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to secure postal savings

deposits .............. .............. ..................... 5,000.00c in Three Parts."VANISHING CURTIS & O'NEAL
Bonds and securities pledged as collateral for State or other ;
thing of life, deposits or bills payable (postal; excluded) .................. 1>..000.00e
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned

unpledged; ................. .............. ................. 5356.35 ,
abounding invitality' Total bonds, securities, etc. ................................ 15356.35 I CINDERILLA"A Insurance Loans Real Estate
5. Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank 3800.00; (a) less
amount unpaid $1,900.00 .................................... 1900.00 one part comedy.
trigger- b All other stocks including premium on same .................... 1,900.00 Rentals
C. b Equity in banking house ....................................... 28.887.21 .. .
7. Furniture and fixtures .......................................... 7,696.42 .
swift in the glid- 8. Real estate owned other than banking house ...................... 1034.95 The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
? Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank ..................... 13,295.17 .
10. a Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York.
The One-Price Theater
ing get-away, Chicago and St. Louis .....................................' 15,311.6; .
b Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve

c .... .. i............. .. .. ... ....... 8.371.8223,683.U 10 cents D cents
and splendidlyfree 11. Net :n.t..d r.b:; b nd' bankers (other .t.h .i included.in

9 or 10) .................. ........... ....... .......... 88,706.56 ESTABLISHED ..
13. Other checks on banks in the same city or town. as reporting bank 668.55
from the 14. a Outside checks and other cash'items .......................... 7.051.61b
Fractional currency, nickels and cents ....................... 1.630.188,681 Friday night, "The Quality of
15. Notes of other national banks ................................. 2,400.00
slightest jerk, or 16. Federal Reserve notes ......................................... 4,000.00 Forgiveness," in three parts. '
Lawful money reserve in bank: .1111.' .. .
17. Total coin and certificates ................................. 23. 25..0 ,
jump or jolt. 1*>. Legal-tender!' notes ..............................."......... I.OWO.OO
19 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than 5 per cent .
on circulation) ............................................. 1050.00 \

Total ....................... ........... .................. TO'7.127.71-

1. Capital stork paid in ............LIABILITIES...............................$ Ct.OOO.09 It Melts in Your Mouth .
$850.00In Surplus fund ........... ........................................ 1X000.09Total ,
a Capital and Surplus .................................. $ 65000.00
2. Undivided profits. $12.10X53; reserved for taxes $1.056.64........ 12.160.17
Less current expenses interest, and taxes paid .............. .15- 13.160.02
3. Circulating notes
Orlando Less amount on hand and in Treasury for redemption or in

transit ........... .............. ...................... 21000.00
:. Dividends unpaid ................................................ &00
S. Demand deposits:

a Individual deposits subect to check ............................ 130.818.32 VANILLA
b Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days ...........:.... -450.172.15
e Certified checks ................,............................... S20L53 CHOCOLATE -
d Cashier's checks outstanding ................................... 1.62155 PINEAPPLE :
e United States deposits ........:................................ 1VKKXC4
I. W.Phillips f Postal savings deposits ........................................ 1.968.78 PISTACHIO
g State county or other municipal deposits secured by item 4c ,

of "Resources" ............................................ 4.fKXU. CHERRY
h Deposits requiring notice of less than 30 days .................. 131498.51 CARAMEL
Total deposits Items 4. 5. 6. 7. and 8 ...................... 310469.54
'.'. Time deposits payable after 30 days or sub<
a Certificates more notice of deposit) : .......................................... 10038.37 W e deliver from one quart upHand's

c Other time deposits ........................................... 287,459.78 29..98.1STotal

....................... ........... ...............!.. $707,127.71 i
State of Florida, County of Orange-ss:
& I. M. O. Overstreet. President of the above-named bank do solemnly swear. that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge. and belief.
0 'Si O. OVERSTREET. President. Pure Ice CreamPhone
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day -ot September. 1915.
_ A. N. GOODWIN. Notary Public.
(My commission expires September 8. 1917.)
Sons Correct-Attest: 566 and 666

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Seattle, Wash.-Several thousandof .
Berlin.-Hanover, like many other
Seventy thousand suits of pajamas German municipalities, has bestowed |I the most prominent bankers in Tampa, Fla.-Indications are that FOR SALE
the United States are here today for'
are going to waste in the United ,|;the freedom of the city upon Field j J JI the first session of the American Tampa will send 100 delegates to the

States navy. Every battleship and Marshal von Hindenberg. In reply to I!Bankers' Association. meeting of the Central Highway As-

cruiser has bales of them stored in I the telegram notifying him of this I The convention will continue four ,sociation, September 9, in Lakeland.

their slop chests. The reason is that honor the famous army leader sent a .days. The addresses and discussions j Word from many South Florida towns Will offer for sale for a few day,

the tars refuse to wear any such con- letter to :Mayor Tramm, in which he will be among the most important i j came yesterday to L. P. Dickie of
Jour- said !I the Tampa board of trade, bringingthe the
traption. The Army and Navy : ever heard by the association because | property corner Orange Aven ,
nal is authority for this statement.Two "The confidence placed in me by i:of the special problems presented to''II news that from Perry to Wau-

years ago orders were issued the German people touches me more :'I American banking by the European chula good roads advocates will Jackson and Boone Streets, known as
"that pajamas be provided for enlisted than I can express. I can only state I'I throng Lakeland. They are deter

men, and it was assumed' that this that I have done nothing but my duty. war.The bankers from the East came I j mined to protest against Mr. Belch- the skating rink property, for $26,000.

article of night apparel would soon The thanks for my successes are not er's plan of marking the Dixie high-
here with their families in several'
become very popular. Something like due to me but to the guidance of the elaborat especial trains, having visited way east from Kissimmee to Mel- $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year

11>0,000 pairs were purchased, and Almighty, to the emperor, who placedme II bourne, thus cutting off South Flor-
of interest
many points en route.
sailors were notified they could draw in command, to my brilliant chiefof This mornnig there were associa- ida. and interest at six per cent.

them whenever they !red.: staff, Gen. Ludendorff, and to the Dispute over the Dixie highwayroute
tion committee meetings and this afternoon -
,For a time theias no demand, wonderful bravery and persistency of a meeting of the executive is expected to lend considerable .

but finally some of the men discov- my troops. What I have done myself council. spice to the Lakeland' meeting. Meetings -

ered a use for the garments. About amounts to very little. were held last night in several "

30,000 pairs were distributed. Thenit "My thoughts are often with my important cnters throughout South C.A.HOVEY

was found that seamen were using friends in Hanover and sadness fills FRIENDS OF PEACE MEET Florida to discuss the forthcoming ,

the pajamas as underwear; others my heart when I consider how many meeting. Brooksville good roads advocates -

were them while coaling ships. of those that have been dear to me Chicago, 111.-The Friends of Peace: held an enthusiastic meetingto

The navy department win soon of- will be missing on my return. But an organization devoted to the pur- I plan means of defeating. Belch-

fer 70,000 suits of pajamas for sale we must go ahead, no matter how pose of keeping the United States er's plans.In -
to the highest bidder. !I great our sacrifice may be. Whetherthe out of unnecessary war with any EU-' automobiles fifty representatives

good end comes a few months ropean country, met in conventionhere will make the trip to Lakeland from

ANOTHER ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCE earlier or later is of no importance in today. Several thousand dele Perry. J. B. Home, of that place. The tai et

FOR WASHINGv this gigantic struggle." i i gates were present. wired Secretary Dickie yesterday to I

TON STREETMrs. Ii i iJ J I I The first business of the conventionwas ascertain if women may be admittedto OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

f the perfection of the organization. the meeting. They will be. It is OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
It is expected that the
conven- likely also that several women good
E. B. Wherry, of 106 East FRESH AND SALT MEATS
tion will pass resolutions requesting roads boosters will be in Lakeland
Central avenue, will build a nice homeon London.Vesta Victoria, called by congress and the president to do all from Monticello. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

her lot on Washington street. It subpoena into Tillesden police court, screened from the flies and fresh
in their power to avert hostilities. The Polk county city, meanwhile, is Everything away kept
will be equipped with all the latest proved a refractory witness and declined and
William J. pure.
Bryan, ex-secretary of making big preparations to take care
improvements, including heating to answer questions put by the state, will address the convention. of the visitors. Meetings will be held We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
plant and sleeping porches, etc., and lawyer for Mrs. :M. M. Terry. :Mrs. I
in the auditorium which has a seat- everything in the Meat Line.
will be for sale or rent. Terry had summoned her husband,
PLAYERSHere ing capacity of 1,700. A barbecue is
i i William Edward Terry, manager of I '
among the entertainment features. H. ML. Self & Co.
Miss Victoria, for desertion.
Advertise in the :Morning: Sentinel are the names of the Phillie
Mrs. Terry's lawyer accused Terryof I PINE
I:players who are eligible to share in BORN GERMAN, HE HEADS BRITISH -
entering into bigamous marriage
a I I the world series spoils-should the SCIENTISTS
with Miss Victoria in America. Lateron
MisdirectedEconomy I.Phillies win the National League
he said, Mr. Terry desired to
cheesecloth: Manchester, England.-With a nat-
return to his wife and wrote her the Engraved Stationery and
following letter: I I Catchers-Killifer, Burns, Adams. uralized German as president, about
I, Pitchers-Alexander, Mayer, Dem- two thousand members of the British
Dear Meg-The who has
woman .aree, McQuillen, Chalmers, Tincup, Association, the leading organizationof InvitationsDon't
brought about downfall has
our now
I ;Rixey, Baumgartner. scientists in Great Britain, met
Trying to save a few cents by crushed me. I admit I committed a
I Infielders-Luderus, Niehoff, Ban- here for their annual .
today meeting.The ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
having work handled by in- in America, and
your bigamous marriage
i croft, Byrne, Stock Dugey, Weiser.
president is Professor Arthur
because DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 cent
ferior hands. this woman has a copy of the mar- we per
I Outfielders-Cravath, Becker, Pas- Schuster, secretary of the Royal So-
Your personal influence is riage certificate in her safe. I will and deliver the goods in Orlando.
kert Whitted.
ciety, and a physicist of world wide
greatly enhanced when you are help you to be revenged on this woman -.I
reputation. lie was born at Frank- QUALITY
clad in immaculate linen. who has ruined our 'lives so terribly. -!
.-Your Husband." HAWAIIAN ENROLLS IN CENTRAL -I fort-On-Main and came to England PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
FLORIDA HIGH- when nineteen years old. He has been

OrlandoSteam I WAYSSOCIATIOX naturalized as a Britisher for forty W. S. BRANCH,
Tampa, Fla.-Secretary L. P. Dickie THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

LaundryFRENCH Berlin.-A baron from Courland of the Central Florida Highway Palatka, .-A sensation was

who has reached Germany by the j Association, was astonished when he caused Sunday night when it became

DRY CLEANERS' way of Stockholm tells a sad story of .opened his mail yesterday to find that known that a double killing had occurred SKATING RINKLADIES'

LAUNDERERS the sufferings of the German popula- I he had a letter from a man in far off and that the parties connectedwere

PHONE 88 tion of the Russian Baltic provinces.The I Hawaii, who wanted to be enrolled as three well known San Mateo I

large land owners and membersof a member of the association. The

the old German aristocratic fami- 'man is P. II. Scoville, a former resi- SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

FOR SALE! lies, he said, have been imprisoned or dent of Pasco county. Mr. Scoville I I men.Don't DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

sent to Siberia dozens since Hindenberg sent the of
by amount
necessary money
SCREENS started the invasion of Cour: to have his name enrolled. I Forget Us INSTRUCTORS.Open .

BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. of clergymen and prom- WOMAN'S NATIONAL GOLF 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
John W. Pounds, Agent inent citizens shared the fate of the TOURNAMENTLake when in

Box 703 aristocrats. The German populationof Forest, 111.-Many cities were Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

Esthonia and Livland is persecutedwith represented here today in the gathering need of

the same brutality, he asserted. for the start of the eighteen hole

Baroness von Behr, the abbess of medal play qualfiying round in the ADMISSION: 10 CENTS

Di11M1PaiiishV1D1M1 Gof the St. Catherine's convent at Mitau, women's national golf tournament. I
has been transported to the interiorof New England, Philadelphia and New I

the firm of Drs. Parrish & Russia, where she is now impris- York clubs were well represented.The I JOB PRiNTING!

Parish, Tampa, Florida is located oned. The only reason given for the members of the Onwentaiaclub '

indefinitely at Lumsden's arrest of the abbess, a venerable woman are the hosts for the tournament.It ORLANDO ROOFING

of 87 years, is that her maiden is understood here that the present M
Stable, on West Church Street. ANL
name was von Bismarck.A holder of the title, Mrs. II. Arnold
The Doctor is a graduate vet-I Jackson, of Boston, is most likely to I I SatisfactionGuaranteed
erinarian. A trial will convince FISHING TALE defend the honor which she won for CO

;you of his superiority over the I Pewaukee, Wis.-Bright and earlyone the second time last year. I
Tuesday morning recently Robert .
uneducated horse doctor. Examinations Nichols and E. Schmutzler rose Prices Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
made free of chargeat Peoria, 111.-The funeral of George 1 ,
with the sun and started on a fishing Fitch, widely known as a humoristand
the stable. and Rubber
author who died Roofings
trip.After at Berkeley,
Calls answered by day or rowing about two miles to Caln August 9, was held at Galva, III., are reason

night. their favorite fishing spot they start- his birth place, near here, today.A t I Cornices, Skylights, .Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
PHONE NO. 25 ed to get ready to fish and Mr. Nich- able.

ols, who had gotten the bait and par- REAL NECESSITY
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
reached for the
aphernalia ready, can
No individual with anything to sell

of worms. or trade can successfully find a buyeror
Horrors! He had brought a can of : "Quality" Our
trader without the aid of the Sentinel -
for bait!
green paint want ads. Remember that its
BargaillNew Nichols is artist. lie took the
: I circulation represents five-sixths of Motto
: green paint, painted a picture of a the Orlando community.
I worm on the hook, and the two The Orlando Meat MarketT.

caught quite a string of fish.INTERCOLLEGIATE .

GOLF Rollins College, Winter ParkOldest A. YANCY Jr., Manager

house 8 rooms and bath. I Greenwich, Conn.-The play for the
College andIost' Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice ,
.intercollegiate golf championship
Location perfect, 4 blocks from 'started here today. In the individual Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business Florida and Western Meats
'I Teachers Course.
center of city, east side. tournament all college golfers, including -
those not on regular teams, will Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
For quick sale $3000. Cash or I'be made welcome. no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of v
dozen two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
music, $5,000 organ a pianos Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
terms. rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemicaland
MASQUERADE CARNIVAL physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
I soils, fertilizers foods, water preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, PHONES { Business (135 P. O. BOX 226
At the Rink, September 9. Everyone
Residence 133 Cor. Orange; Ave. and Church St.
boating swimming golf tennis football basketuull; Christian hut undenominational -
on the floor must at least wear a
CARL DANN I mask. Admission 10 cents. ; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
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I II II I I The Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet I; 617
Directory is tr.e Greatest Want ,
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
OFtLANDCCement Ad Medium in
Orlando. I Phone 161 i!
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Term. Cash in Advance. Building.

Agatite Plaster and Lime RATESFor I '

One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITH DAVIS & GILES
For Three Day ____________50c ;
For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$2.50 ATTORNEYATLAWPhone I ATTORNE1S-AT-LAW .
,t: This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- 172 I Phone 72
tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for I Room 5, Watkins Block f Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
each additional word, for each in- Davis & McNeill Block
sertion.If .
ypu can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
Victor Starbuck
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.
1. a
% @ I Every Home-Every Business R. RAY WHITEATTORNEYAT
r Every Man has use for II Phone 161
Sentinel Want Ad.

I LAW No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
Room 41
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I Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
aI I completely furnished, one-fourth
mile from limits Winter I
I city on east
I Park road. $15 per month. Garageon and CONTRACTOR
place. P. O. Box 22G. 9-4-Ctc
Phone 37

FOR SALE-Horse, wagon, surrey,
two sets harness; or trade for car
or real estate. R. P. Gilpin, Winter DR. N. BRYAN
Home, Fla. 9-7-Gt
FOR SALE-Nice figs for sale at 208 DENTIST
East Robinson avenue. Phone CG8. & SALLAS
9-8-6t* Phone 716

-..::;.- 208 Boone Street
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
one quarter mile from city limits; Bldg Phone 597.
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
.6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. I

L. Percival Hutton

Take A Tip From Mary SunshineMary's I LAWN repaired MOWERS at Orlando sharpened Bicycle and and SURVEYING
Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

Plating and Sub hiding
home is. oh, so modern and Gas appliances have made it so. All day long Gas saves Mary lots of I desires position; best of references.I
time and many, many steps. Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater Address E., care Sentinel. 9-8-3tc PROMPT AND ACCURATE McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
keeps her room warm while she slips into her pretty negligee and scampers to her warm tub and then, WORK
in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waiting to burn up at the touch of a match. LOST-One bull bitch, medium size,' Florida.
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas brindle with white around neck and I
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of fuel A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm nose, bob-tail. Reward. Return to i HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.W .
I water for bathing, but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. this office. 9-8-Gt
Why not take a tip from Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. Engineer
TEN ACRES half mile from Orlandoon
brick road, worth $2,000, free
and clear; will exchange for house 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
and lot in Orlando of same value.

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO i Tracy Church&street.Moore, carpenters, 18 9-8-Gt East i:! Phone 72

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GAS DEPARTMENT Umbrellas recovered and repaired
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL
"while you wait. at Young's Repair
r and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDA

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I Buy your wall paper cheap for the|!I ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL REPAIRING
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i new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
i j Store Court street. Phone 67. i i!
9-5-tfc. i iI I II I Cut Flowers

SOUT"" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ I I RIDE hour BUYERS,in 12 Hamrick's miles AND,for SOc.Jitney SELLERS Bus 8-28-tfc one I! ARCADEMILK and Plants

I buy, sell rent, and exchange real Floral Designs
OCOEE FLORIDAAll estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over
20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.The .

.Violet Dell Florist.
want ad.'s the thing. DEPOT
the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit .

pv Trees in fine condition at the very lowest RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB J. &1. CARUTDERS

.. .. .. .. Located in the Arcade BuildingAll BUTTER MILK Phone,509. 408 South Lake St.
prices .. .. .. .. : ..
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. ll

trees on high land. Trees set n'ow will keepone CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASS
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit BUTTER
year's growth in advance of trees set dry cleaned, pressed60c. Fresh Homemade *. PHONE 375

next fall. 'Suit pressed _____________40c. i iI :. West Jefferson Street
All Palm Beaches scrubbed SANDWICHESPIES Successor to

-- I' and pressed ___________SOc AND CAKES
'Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood CompanyWood

\ | Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest : : I -
We do ladies' work also. Giveus of All Kinds
prices, to the above address a trial and be convinced. ARCADE MILK DEPOT
I[Clothes called for and delivered.

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Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.

G. L. Normand, of Jacksonville is
in the city for a few days: attendingto
-"- matters of business.

in: Panama FOR EVERY10A
How much did :you save last monthin
and everywhere on American tcrritow,', is simpiffUd by "A.B.A." cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
Cbeques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would Miss Harriet Matherson left yesterday -
often be refused for want of identification. These
proper chequesare
for a visit to relatives and $ WEEK
telf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for
business or pleasure. friends Milwaukee, Wis. '

The StateBankiof! ;Orlando Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
8-18-tf YOU SPEND

Mr. J. M. Lee, one of Kissimmee's
staunch and substantial citizens
transacted business in Orlando yes-
terday. .

Kodak finishing, 8 hour service.
" McElroy's Pharmacy. Phone 9-7-4tc 20. YOU SAVE t

d sALI1
y ;
Messrs. D. J. McKinnon and A. P.

Swaidmark, of Winter Garden, were $10 A YEAR
business transactors in Orlando yes-

: ;E terady.

How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

; gg ?
Mr. Harold Johnson left yesterday

/ afternoon the interest for Tampa of the and South other Florida pointsin IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{

.... Foundry.Get .

your next shave at the Stand-
ard. 18-21-tf
Mr. W. P. Yancey, who has been in
Orlando looking after business mat-

ters, left yesterday afternoon for his
home in Tampa. The Peoples! National Bank

Deposit your Saving* Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tf

Hon. L. C. Massey and Judge T. P.
/'ELDER" Spring WaterIS
I Warlow motored to Daytona yesterday -
to look after matters of a professional -
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Phone WRIGHT, 444 you. 8-12-tl i

Mr. T. J. :Minor a prominent fruit

TRY Better TRY grower of the Ocoee section was in

IT BEST IT Orlando yesterday greeting friends H
Studebaker Cars
and transacting business. New

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5e.I8tf ,
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Mr. G. C. Miller, one of Pine Castle's Here This Week .
prosperous merchants spenU
yesterday in Orlando calling on busi-
ness associates and greeting friends.A .
Wait and see what values you can get

little cash will buy a lot of goodsat
McLaughlin & Furen's sale, corner for $1050 and $885Garage
Pine street and Orange avenue. .
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Dr. and Mrs. M. N. Bogart and
son left yesterday morning for Day-
Notice To Ford Purchasers tona Beach where they will spend a
month enjoying the delights of that

Between Aug. 1, 1914 resort.
San Juan Company jj
and Aug. 1. 1915All We will be closed Thursday and
Friday on account of Jewish holi-
dtys.but will open Saturday morning Orlando Daytona
Ford purchasers who hold Profit- with extra bargains. H. Kanner's -

Sharing Coupons will please endorse same New York Bargain Store. DISTRIBUTORS

and return immediately to The Ford Mrs. E. C. :\fcLenden. who has been .

Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send visiting Mrs. M. A. Fuller, in this

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur- city left yesterday morning for her

chased during above dates. home Coast.in Fort Lauderdale, on the East J Jle..tl'\'JII'lf" \ . .. . . ':

For further information, phone

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F. G. RUSH Elton, who have been spending some

I time in the mountains of North Caro- I Who Will Be Your Executor? .
32 East Church Street Phone 226 lina, stopped over in Orlando Tuesday

night for a short visitwith relativesen
route to their home in Port Tampa.Mr. i ANSWER NO.2't

J. P. Holbrook returned to the Your estate may be materially impaired as a '

----- _. city yesterday afternoon from a busi- :t direct result of the appointment of an executor
ness trip to Jacksonville and Sea- or trustee.
breeze. His mission to the last named When an individual is appointedThe :-

place was to deliver a new Hupmobile weaker. .- *,, M
is ;
t'w ;
financial responsibility
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress which he drove through from the a
correctly. state It is usually provided in.wills that the person t is
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer metropolis.Mr. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused t 'L ;lf t ,
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into .t ;y .
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from giving bonds. x .,
society. .
and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will daughters, who have been spending When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense '
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make yourself attractive or repulsive at wilL secu- t?'
several weeks *at White Springs of the estate, and then only partial
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe k _
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of passed through Orlando yesterday afternoon rity against loss is provided. __ __
gentility. en route to Kissimmee where When a Trust Company is selected- r i i
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each they will remain with relatives until financial
of responsibility -
advantage strong
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No Mr. Griffin takes in the good roads; The positive IL V i
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings in Lakeland. is secured. *
meeting They will return -
exactly alike.If to their home A bond which has behind it the entire financial
have "arrived"* will understand what this ave-
you you filed with
nue Saturday. strength of the Institution is always
are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and '
you you __ Court nn -t to the estate.
__ the Probate st
will get some "pointers. If you have "tried and lost, the Evans h
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come DoctorsBlicklilaster Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue a .
in and be sociable. -
of this :' rs'P.
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WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks.
Jewelry, Silverware Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and t fc; Bnmdat'OSTEOPATHS !! M

China. Statuary Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans Tortoise Shell Come in any time and freely ask for further I. .t Y ,
Work anything artistic.
Personal instruction under Dr. Stilt information on this vitally important subject. 1
Original designing done for special platinum work. Kirksville Mo. ,. y
You are always welcome and our officers are al- t ; #
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work. at sensible 132 *?. Orange Ave.. hove Pe"r'National ->- advise.'IIIIIIIII'IIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'.
ways glad to
prices. Ba k.r'in !i7fi -

Will call by appointment. Tel. 312.W: The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Lillian BledsoeGRADUATE MASSEUSE I Orlando, Florida

Headquarters Standard Barber Shop

Facial Massage. Manicuring. Capital, Surplus and Profits 141000.00
Scientific Scalp TreatmentShampooing.

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