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: August 1, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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I ind Duke Nicholas Will Save BUILDER OFFERED $2,500 SEVEN") MEN-KILLED BY Villa And Zapata On Their Hind Legs

ulk ,Of His Fine Army AMERICANSSixyone ; And, Tottering v ,
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4 l.of.'Russian Armies Will Not, Be Shattered ;or' Deespite'the'Cutting fudge Landis Ties Hands of All of Crew Were Landedin Carranza in Lead-Will Ask Uncle Sam for Recognition;; Cannot 4

of the, Lublin-Cholm Railroad Investigation Bodies Except :' Safety' -Several U. S. Now Hold Parleys With Villa apd Zapata as They Are Fall- s _;

f: Scores, of'Roads Available for Retreat,,All Federal Grand Jury ,by : Ships Detained at ing Into Oblivion-Obregon, Carranza Commander, Has, '

: diating From 'Stricken, Capital-Double Drastic Ruling I Kirkwall Captured San Luis Potosi-Has Opened Lines H
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Line, Track Runs Through Menek Chicago July 31.-Sydney G! Jenks, London, July 31.-The Leyland liner of Communication With Vera Cruz

designer and builder of the Eastland, Iberian has teen sunk by 'a German

IDly .31.-The evacuation of Warsaw is nearly corn- went before the federal grand .jury submarine. Five members of the crew Washington, July 31.Although they denied that any orders ;

to,dispatches reaching here tonight today, and was prepared to assert were killed two died aboard a rescue had been received to indicate any proposed activity, high officials '

er part of the population has been transported to that the horror ship was built under .boat and sixty-one were landed safely. of the navy department made significant admission today that !;,

other points and the, troops are falling back on the contract 'to be placed on a basis of The casualties on board the Iberian they expect to,be called upon soon to occupy Vera Cruz. !
speed and made no mention of 'the wer caused by shell fire. The sub- '
lr line where strong fortifications have been'prepared.. passenger capacity.* marine then torpedoed the Leyland They admitted also that it was their, belief that the United t'y

". ment i is proceeding in an orderly manner and it is be- Mr. Jenks spent two hours before line, and the vessel went to the bot- States will take 'possession of Mexico City.and hold it until a' ...

hat,the Grand Duke Nicholas will save the bulk of his the jury. He came to Chicago early tom stable government is established in Mexico. They attached no ,J

e'the.cutting the Lublin-Cholm railway, because the ir1 the lay with an original model of significance to a lack of orders, to prepare for any emergency.

11 have a double track line running through Menek\ and the ship and the conii-act., which gave *. Some Americans I Attorney Douglas the legal representative of the Carranza' government i
him $2,500 for every quarter of a mile I Queenstown July l.-Four of the
from.IVangorod'through ?
d Lukow to'the north.o : announced today that Carranza's tf
I hourl troops expect occupy
there -- --.- faster than twenty miles per : seven men' killed on the Leyland
these are scores
that the ship travelled. I steamship line Iberian, which was torpedoed Mexico City Monday. ;
radiate from Warsaw,
re in good condition., : 1. W. CAIN DIED AT HOME Shortly after the builder's arrival ;!i I I and sunk by a German submarine .After opening up the railroads and

the greater portion of Judge Landis issued an order tying' ;are said.to have been Americans. LOCALORANILATION :telegraph lines between Vera Craz ..
: the,hands of every investigation body : DENTISTS FORM A and the capital, thus insuring free interchange -
is taking night, earkem -
what HERE YESTERDAY ,except the grand jury. The order was 'I The Iberian, a steamer of 5,223 tons of communications to the '
things they canieir '
abandoned homes. so stringent that neither Secretary gross, sailed from Boston July 7 for outside world. and bringing in an ";

--, .. Redfield, State's Attorney Hoyne, nor .Manchester, 'where she was, reported abundant store of,foodstuffs; and es '

: SINCE 1885 PROMINENTLY the.; city.council investigation committee !I to have arrivedJuly20. She was 437 tablishing order in Mexico, City, Gen.

> WILL WARSAW NOr' DESTROY. CONNECTED WITH OR ; can summon'any witness now under f eng" with a beapt of 48 feet,and DR. A. B. WHITMAN. ELECT I Carranza will ask for 'recognition -
sbbpoell'by the from the United States. _
LANDO'S 'GROWTH government was built at Sunderland in 1900. F.
without special permission of the Leyland: & Co., of Liverpool, were'the Referring to the'president's demand 'j
|July 31.-Grar1a ,Duke court. owners. NIGHT made two months ago:that. the' warring ,

pmmander in chief of the Widely Known Through Stateas Solicitor' Thurman asserted that hewoijy Upon her arrival ,at Boston from factions: must get together and

ces. has decreed acco derarjPet1'ograd ,Founder. 'of*Cain-0'Berry.' "'.,..'., .seek! ,the:'court's j>emssjonvan.4hoped ; Manchester,and Liverpool;: on,July2; Preparations' WillJBeJUade;for,;. :arranget! a peace pact and 'a,restora. ',;
dispatch kCofWin: Be GivenMasonic to obtain: it. Otherwise' the members of the Iberian's crew told of the ,'Convention of State lion of rder/Attorney'DougiasTljaid f i' !
iperty in Warsaw shall beunless'sucha '
is imlom Honors steamboat inspection services "for being chased by a German submarine, Dental Ass'n Here there was no organization which ... .)
step self investigation" are all out, and Gen. Carranza could hold
when only 'a few miles from the any peace .Q
Next June ;
a viewpoint of ,military Late yesterday afternoon, at his over, for every one of its witnessesare month of the Mersey. Captain Jago parleys. Villa and Zapata both, he

jof and def home in this city, J. W. Cain passed under federal s subpoena. Jenks maneuvered his ship out of danger. The dentists of Orlando held a declared, were on their. last' legs and
property -
crops' into ,the Great Beyond. For :was the only witness on the stand to- however. tottering. s,;
be. indemnified by the meeting at Dr. E. W. Lott's office last "
vemment.S time he had been in bad health whichfinally !day. The Iberian has been used for sev- evening for the purpose of forming a The' state department announced today '
the receipt,of the news that Ob>> 'i.
ran into tuberculosis, resultingin eral months for the transportation of local organization preparatory to the
*PEEVED 'AT ALLIED his death. 157 ,AUTOS AND: 67 VEHICLES war supplies between. the '-initM1 meeting of the State ,Dental Associa- regen the Carranza commander, had i

)N ON WEST FRONT I Mr.. Cain was born at Marietta, Ga., PARKED IN ORLANDO LAST' States and England. tion here next June. *" captured San Lois Potosi and,continued

fc I January 23, &2. He, was married EVENING C '- A' great benefit ,which Vill be de- 'to occupy .Zacatecas.' The capJureof -

July B-MM-MB 3L-The Russian, 'I I January 29,*1873, to ,Miss Mattie 'T Ships Detained rived from the organization will ''be San Luis Potosi is taken eart

ording to t special dispatches I Weaver, of Eatonton, Ga., and soonafter' Officer Broom of the police department *- London, ,July 28* (delayed by censor the exchange of ideas among 'the 'indication that Obregon has restored '1:

[London, feel that the west moved Harmony,near Eaton- ,has &n eye for news. Early, in ).-:The steamer Tuborg, from Bal- practitioners in the city. This exchange all .his lines of communication 't l
should have initiated some 1 ton. Two children'' were born to' Mr. the evening'he came into the Sentinel timore' to Nikjobing, Denmark, and of ideas will without,a doubt at Vera Cruz. ,t

ft in France or in Belgiumthe i and"lIrS.. Cain, both'dying in youth. office 'with ;a scrap of paper in his the Norwegian steamer Glitra, Savannah result in great benefit to local prac
strain 'In laSS the family came to Orlando hand.' for ,Helsingborg, have been detained 'TER'PARK BOY RECEIVES
on Russia. : -
vents shaped .as .they now where''' they have"'since "resided. .Mr.. "Who,said it was dull in Orlando?." at KirkwaU.. tice..Dr.. A., B. Whitman' was elected ATTRACTIVE OFFEK, ; ,<
Cain was a college graduate and a he demanded, and ,then continuedr 1'M
Is realized here that Russia, president of the .organization; Dr. E. ;
[the f Initiative for the;remain.. : mechanical engineer' of great skill, "Take,,it from me it looks ilke Fair MORGAN WELL AGAIN, W' Lott, vice-president; *Dr. H. J. ;. Herman. F.. Siewert, !,, who has ,

e summer, ,which will enableral and in 19dO he formed, a partnership: week. At eight o'dock there were .. r Bosse, secretary, and Dr.'F..:'CL'Boafd- recently been staying with his parents t
with J. ,If. OTJefry which four automobiles = '' Mn and Mrs.'H. Siewert it
powers to strike hard at years parked. in the' fire limits 157 New York.-Apparently fully, re man,.treasurer. ,
later was incorporated as'the Cain & and "67 vehicles their .home in Winter ,Park, has just ,
Trance; Belgium, Servia or not including, covered'from the effects of the bullet .G enthusiasm; was apparent at
O'Berry Boiler Works. delivery autos and evening. received a very attractive offer from
wagons. wound inflicted by Erich Muenter several' the meeting last After the
From the first Mr. Cain, has been weeks ago J/P. Morgan was at election of offieers 'some time was the management of .the Empress theatre ;: '

ION BOARD IN, FAVOR, OF. president of the company and its af- HISTORY ;'OF THE FIRST YEAR his summer home at Glen Cove, L. I- spent in discussion of methods and at, Grand Rapids, Michigan, to j
IA COUNTY ,AGENT fairs were conducted in such an honest OF THE WAR today, having. returned yesterday I practice by following.dentists who take charge of their new large organ. f

and fair dealing manner that it front A two weeks cruise on board his were present?:' F. C. BoardmaA, N. This theatre was, built last fall, is J

Pierce, Fla.-The petitions : grew in popularity, and is today ;one I If you ire fet all interested,in historical steam yacht the Corsair.It I L. Bryan, C.:,c. Crawford, F. F. one of the finest in the ,jcountry And',

re out asking the county cTners of the foremost firms of its kind in events and chronological ut tablesit was said that Mr. Morgan probably I. Thompson, A.:. B. Whitman H. J. is the class home' of the Keith circuit,.'hIghest y

to provide for the employf the state. will pay you to read the'Ske1eton would return to his New York Bosse, and E W. Lott. vaudeville.'
lIany'friends, in all sections of Orlando has recently had the pleas,
a farm demonstration agentLucie History of the First'Year (the'European office Monday. Another ,meeting of the organization -
Florida:will be grieved to learn of ure several times hearing thiigift- ,
'county for the ensuing i War on'paget 2, today's Senti- will be held next Saturday. even-
the passing of this noble old man ed young organist, among them last;
being greeted most favor. nel. If you desire tdkeep this summary TIlE 'WEATHER ing.
whose life and 'example were'such an Sunday'at the Baptist fhurch vesper z
,many signatures have el- for reference additional copiesof
inspiration to those with whom he recital when he played among other
been secured, although It is the Sentinel may be.secured at this For Florida: Sunday local showers BASEBALL RESULTS '
came in contactJn the pursuit of"busi-I attractive pieces one of his oWn. com
sible to ascertain the total num- office tomorrow morning. ; light, variable winds. > ..
ness and pleasure. I positions. "
ill petitions returned.
,are National League '
'The, body will be shipped back to Mr. Siewert studied the'organ with
Mr. Cain's old British Pittsburgh 5-3, Brooklyn 0-4. Dr.. Wm. C. Carl at the Guilmant
home at Harmony, Ga., What Editors Think OfThe
WOULD BE PRESIDENT; DR. Chicago 7-2,New YorK 3-9. ..: '
iTE AND> DR. MACHADO on train 80 this afternoon, and will be sf. Louis'2-0, Philadelphia"1-8. > organ school in New York city.: It i is Snot

accompanied to its destination by yet known If he. will,,accept .this -
ARE IN I Present Warsaw Situation Cincinnati 5, Boston 3. '. "
PORTUGAL Harry P. Leu, secretary-treasurer of American League offer. .
the Cain & company.
O'Berry '
-- New York: 2, Chicago L '. '
To ,Irs. Cain is extended in this WOOD MAY COME
bon, ,July 31.-The number 'of hour of bereavement, the : London, July 31.-Discussing the their newly occupied positions."It Boston 4, Detroit 1, ,'" : ,
dates for the of the' sincere"sym- 1 Cleveland 0:
presidency is the Chronicle, Philadelphia .
possible -\ '
pathy of scores of friends throughout probability of the retirement of the says .
jblw in the election to be held Au6 -' "that the Germans ,will not try to Washington 3, St. Louis 5. '
the state who knew and Russians from Warsaw the London .Feeling '
respected her Tampa, FJa out the situ-
has now, been zeduced: to two, break through the new Russian lines, Federal Leagoe
departed, husband for his many sterling Times ation here in regard ,to his possible
Duarte Lite former premier and says editorially today: which gives them in turn a short and Chicago 7-2, Newark 5-3. a
ter of the interior, and Dr. Ber-> qualities of heart and brain.ATTENTION. "The Russian wings .must hold on easy line to defend. Then they can Kansas City 2-2, Baltimore 1-1. announcement as candidate ,for governor -: y

ino Macbado, minister to' Brazil, ,-:. until the center from Serock, Novo- promptly transfer'their huge surplus St. Louis 1-0, Buffalo J-l. Frank A. Wood,,Pinellas coun- ;. t+
MASONSAll fy representative ic the, lower houseof "
[ also a f9rmerpremier. georievsk and Warsaw comes abreastof forces to another area for anKoffen"sive Pittsburgh 4, Brooklyn' '
members of Orlando, the legislature, ig in the city, to- 1
them, and unless, the Niemen and against Italy Servia or 'the Southern League.< ,; '
ELLS FALL INTO HOSPITAL 69,.F. & A. M., are requested to meetat' Bobr fronts hold firm there will be Anglo-French front. Before autumn Atlanta .8, Little'Rock O. day;; aud; hii,formal announcement for .. :'
Hammond & Gore's the place of chief state,executive
undertakingrooms maybe
---- trouble Birmingham-4-6. Chattanooga 2-0.
; one of the three is to be hammered s
'ont- -lIousson, France.-A Ger- at' 2 p. m. today to escort the "An interesting point is whetherthe hard and signs ,point to Servia or New Orleans. 5,, Nashville, '. 4.. .t made within'thirty, days. > > ,

;n shell :fell Into ,the mes.? room of body of our late brother, J. W. Cain, fortresses of Novogeorgievsk, Italy as the first to be attacked." Memphis: 3, Mobile 2.' ,,

field hospital of the American to the depOt. Warsaw and Ivangorod will be re-f "Warsaw touches us in Eng d AUTHORITIES "SEIZE, COPPER

'ibulance of Paris while the staff By order of H. P. Leu,'S. W., acting tained or evacuated..'Railways is Ger- very nearly and sharply," says the OSTEOPATJIS,CAN REGISTER' >v*
s at dinner. The missile worshipful master.EARTHQUAKE. ". Berlin, via London -The?military f '
penetrat- '
many's need for a further advance Mail in an editorial. "We shalt 'feelI UNPER HARBISON.LAW' .
the floor and ,burst in the cellar. authorities of' the ,ptovt"nceokB-' g
pass through these fortresses, but.if I the loss of the city even more, than
French orderly was killed and one : S RECORDED Russian garrisons are left they may the Russians,, who: 'have limitless Washington,_Jut 31.-Federal rg; denburg, in- which' Berlin, b ;:located,
tnerican was slightly scratched by a Washington, D. O, July 3L Seismographs absorb 100,000 men who may never space in which to retire. We hope Illations under the Harrison, antidruglaw .issued. an order exproprfatin "all

agnwnt of the shell. at Georgetown university be, seen again." authoritative means will be taken to were ,changed'today ,.Permitregistry supplies; -of copper, brass":an&nickeL ,

last night recorded from 8:30 to 10 ,The Chronicle believes Germanywill inform 'the Russian duma at ,it. sit: of osteopaths 'so 'they 'may The""order covers, household' articles.

I When you need a new record, comed o'clock earth shocks of unusual intensity be content to allow the Russians' ting 'f morrow that Great Britain administer 'drugs in those*estates The articles may be retained "until

hear the Columbia, at 'Curtis & supposed to' be about ,5,500 to retire to a new line, meanwhile stands firm with Russia in'this strug where they sic registered'By Jaw as further notice, but.. most not be. sold ,,II' 's
J'Neal's music,store. miles from, Washington. practitioners. or disposed of.
,occupying themselves with> fortifying. gle. ., ..,.. 1
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191-1 I bombarded. May-Tenth Month he is getting. Germans. in

By International News Service November 6-Tsingtau surrenders. :May 1-Turks announce sinking of I Africa surrender. ,

June 28-Archduke and Archduchess November 100The commerce raider I British destroyer. July 11-Second British

Francis of Austria slain by Ser- Emden destroyed by the Sydney, May 2-Dunkirk bombarded by closes with about three

vian assassins. an Australian cruiser. long range guns. I lars subscribed.

July 23-Austrian ultimatum to November 12-Russians defeated at May 3-American steamer Gulf- July 13-German cruiser

Servia. Lipno and Kutno. Battle in Flanders light torpedoed, three die. British berg destroyed by British ;

July 24-Russia asks Austria to attains climax with charge of the destroyer and two German torpedo East Africa river jungle. ,
abandon time limit on her ultimatum. Prussian Guard against Ypres. boats sunk in North sea engagement.May July 16-South Wales coal

July 25-Servia accepts all Aus- November 15-Russians defeated at 4-Berlin reports beginning of quit work. Austria-Hungary

t tria's demands except that.Austrian Vlotslavek. great drive through Galicia. to the United States over

; officials conduct murder inquiry in November 16-A holy war against May 7-Germans capture Libau the Allies. Germans take

{ 5ervia.i the Allies proclaimed. Baltic port. fifty miles north of Warsaw.

July 27-Austrians attack Servians. f November 17-Austrian victory May 15-Berlin reports capture of 'j July 18-Italian cruiser

Russia starts partial mobilization.Sir over Servians at Valjevo announced. 30,000 Russian prisoners in west Gali Garibaldi sunk by Austrian

Edward Grey proposes an interna- November 19-Germans pierce Rus- cia and seizure of three villages near
tional conference. sian center south of Lodz. Ypres. British indignant over en- 19-Germans advance

July 28-Austria and Germany reject November 23-Russians surrounded emy's use of poison gas. points in Russia, taking

Grey's proposal. German corps south of Lodz. May 6-Japan decides an ultima- kum, Blonie and Grobec.

July 31-Germany proclaims mar- November 26-British battleship tum to China. Russians fall back July 20-Russians report

tial law. Bulwark destroyed by explosion in the from Dukla Pass. 59 Turkish sailing vessels.'

, August-First Month Midway river. Germans break through :May 7-Berlin reports capture of guns reach outer forts of

Russian circle near Lodz. and damage the -
Tarnow th Russian prisoners.
August Germany declares war many
December-Fifth Month May 8-German submarine sinks way.
on Russia. French cabinet mobiliza-
tion order. December 2-Austrians occupy Bel- the Lusitania, more than 1,150 lost, July 21-Third U. S.
: grade. Gen. DeWet captured. note to Germany.
August 2-German forces enter including a hundred Americans. Chi- goes
December 5-Servians turn on Aus- yields to Japan's ultimatum. Rus- ;
1! Luxemburg. Germany demands pass- na
age through Belgium. trians in three days battle which ends sians in full retreat from CarpathiansMay FIRST YEAR OF THE
, in a notable Servian victory.
9-Germans capture Libau,
sends ultimatum
s August 4-England THE WEST
December 6-Germans occupy Lodz. Baltic British destroyer Maori
demanding observance of Bel- port.
The first month and a
December 8-British naval
, gian neutrality. Germany rejects ul- sunk by a mine off Belgian coast.
western campaign was
Falkland Islands. British I
timatum. German troops attack occupy May 12-Serious anti-German riotsin
startling, swift moves. On
Bussorah, in Asia Minor.
Liege. December 13-British submarine London. French capture Cere- ber 12, after the defeat on the
August 5-England announces state mony, north of Arras, at great cost. the Germans took
sinks the Messudieh in Dardanelles. up
of war with Germany. May 14-American first submarinenote
December 14-Servians capture tions along the Aisne river.
August 7-French invade southern made public. British battleship
large Austrian forces. and a half months since
. Alsace. Goliath sunk by torpedo in Dardan-
December 15-Austrians evacuate seen a long "
; August 8-British troops land in Belgrade. elles.May battle line of the Aisne
France and Belgium. Montenegro declares 19-Kitchener calls for 300- Oise quickly extended
December 16-German cruisers
. war on Austria. Portugal announces 000 more recruits.
l. the been
sea. Fighting has
bombard Scarborough and Hartiepool
herself ally of England. 150 civilians killed. :May 24-Italy declares war on Aus- ous, with tremendous

August 10-North sea closed by tria. British submarine sinks two situation has
December 18-Egypt proclaimed a
British adm ralty. Turkish gunboats and two transportsin
of few miles
British protectorate. changed, gains a
August 11-Germans Liege Sea of Marmora.
December 20-26-Severe fightingon :side at one point offset b
: forts. :May 26-New British coalition cab- !
for the in other
the line of the Bzura river. gains enemy
August 12-England declares war inet announced. Italians invade Aus At the of
December 25-Italian marines
1 on Austria. The German cruisers occupy I
left small
Avlona. tria.May many covering
L Goeben and Breslau enter the Darda- 27-British battleship Triumph I hold back the Russians,

nelles. France declares war on Aus- 1915 torpedoed in the Dardanelles.' I i crush France before the

tria. January-Sixth Month American ship Nebraskan torpedoed !eastern frontier could

August 14-British troops join the January 3, 1915-French advance by German submarine off Ireland, I i strike. ,

F French on field. across Aisne north of Soissons. May 28-British auxiliary naval I I For this plan time was

August 15-Austrians invade Ser- January 11-British battleship For- vessel Princess Irene blown up on the tant factor. The -

via in force. Japan sends ultimatum midable sunk in the Channel. Thames by mysterious explosion. der was defended by a :

t to Germany. January 14-French driven back British Battleship Majestic sunk by a forts. To force these ,

' August 17-Beginning of five days' across Aisne river, east of Soissons, torpedo in the Dardanelles. valuable time, while not

battle between Servians and Aus- with heavy losses. May 29-Italians take Grado. Rus- room for the Germans to

trians on the Jadar, ending in Aus- January 19-German air fleet bom- sians check Germans at Sienawa. initial superior in

trian routAugust bards Yarmouth and other Norfolk May 31-First German note on sub- their quick mobilization gave

20-Germans enter Brus- coast towns. marines reaches Washington. Zeppelins -
f sels. January 24-Naval battle in Northsea drop bombs in London. I IJuneEleventh The Kaiser, therefore,
sion of the little state of .
August 23-Germans enter Namur German armored cruiser Blucher Month
and demanded passage 6)y
t and attack Mons. Austria announces sunk.
June 3-przemysl falls,to the Aus- gium to the Franco-Belgian
: victory over Russians at Krasnik. January 30-Russians occupy Ta- tro-Germans. *
where the projected French
t Japan declares war. briz.
June Announced German sub- forts had never been

t August 24-British begin retreat February Seventh Month marines have sunk seventeen ships in Permission to pass denied, I
f from Mons. Zeppelin bombards Ant- three days.
February 6-Failure of German at- em atacked Liege (August )
werp. June 7-Roumania orders mobiliza-
tacks west of Warsaw. other German armies passed
t August 25-French evacuate Muel- tion.
k February 8-Beginning of battle in the city and swept over the !
hausen. June 8-Lieut. Walneford: in an
east Prussia, ending in Russian defeat gian roads at a terrific rate.
. August 26-Non-partisan French and expulsion. aeroplane destroys a Zeppelin in midair tle Belgian army yielded
cabinet organized. Germans take
fell back and
February 18-German formal sub- on Antwerp
; Longwy. June 9-Secretary of State Bryan
marine "blockade" of Great Britain Not until the Germans
August 27-Louvain burned by begins. resigns rather than sign second U. S. reached the French border (r

Germans. Japanese blockade Tsing- February 22-Germany announcesa submarine note to Germany.June first important
tau. 10 Germans Stanis-
place. This is
total of 100,000 Russian prisonersin generally
F August 28-Battle off Heligoland, east Prussian campaign. lau. British torpedo boat sinks Ger- battle of Mons-Charleroi ( I

several German warships sunk. February 24-Russians driven from man submarine. ust 20-28)), but at the same I

August 29-Russians crushed in Bukowina. June 11-Second U. S. submarinenote was severe fighting along

i three days'. battle neat Tannenberg. to Germany made public. Ital- line through Thionville in

, September-Second% Month March-Eighth Month ians take Montfalcone.June and along the Vosges into

. March Premier Asquith an- 12-Italians take Gradisca. sace, which the French had

September 2-French governmentflees nounces reprisals against German June 17-British government an- with temporary sucess.

to Bordeaux. Germans patrol trade. Battle in Champagne. .nounces four civilians were killed in This battle resulted in
the Criel, thirty miles from Paris and
March 10-German converted crui- recent Zeppelin raids on northeast the French and English.

, swing southeast. ser Prinz Eitel Friedrich reaches I coast. given up at the extreme

September 3-Russians occupy Newport News. British make ad- i June 18-British submarine sinks and at the other end of the
. Lemberg. vance at Neuve Chapelle. three Turkish troopships in the Dar- English expeditionary force
5-Battle of the I
September Marne
March 14-The Dresden sunk near danelles.' An Austrian submarine French armies, greatly
begins. German right wing defeatedand I
Juan Fernandez.
sinks the Italian submarine Medusa. were forced to retreat

retreat begins. March 18-Three Allied battleshipssunk June 19-Austro-Germans occupy avoid envelopment and

L September 7-Maubeuge falls. in heavy bombardment of Dar- Tornogrod.June In the center the French
September 12-German retreat '
danelles. 19-Russia states Germans the offensive, but
halts the Aisne.
March 21-Paris bombarded by have lost 160,000 to 190,000 men in While obtaining some
September 20-Germans bombard
Zeppelins. Galicia between May 29 and June 15., counter attacks the
Rheims and injure the famous cathe-
dral. 22-Surrender of Przemyslto June Austro-Germans take Gro- mans at Peronne and at

Russians, 120,000 men captured. dek. Germany announces that the French were obliged to fall
September 22-German submarine
March 26-German submarine U-29, U-29, Capt. Weddingen, was sunk by idly to the line of the
sinks British cruisers Aboukir, Cres- with
Weddigen, sunk. a British merchantman flying the Having determined to make
sy and Hogue. Russians capture Ja- March
28-German submarine sinks i !
roslav' and invest Przemysl. Swedish flag. here, General Joffre issued (
passenger steamer Falaba, with loss June 22-French take Metzeral, on ber 5)), his famous order, "

October-Third Month of life. the Fecht river. has now come to die where .

:March 31-Russians penetrate Duk- June 23-French announce occupa- rather than retreat further."
October 7-Bombardment of Antwerp la
begins. enter Hungary. tion of -"Labyrinth," north of On the left the French .

April-Ninth Month Arras. drawn to below Paris and
October 9-Antwerp occupied by !
the Germans. April 5-French begin violent at- June Austro-Germans capture ern German army, under

October 12-Boer revolt starts. tacks on Mihiel Salient. Lemberg. Berlin reports that British had followed, gravely' I !

October 13-Belgian April 14-Russians at Sztropko, 20 navy yards and arsenal at Smith ing the forces which the j |

government miles inside Hungary. Shields .were destroyed by a Zeppelin left in and around the !
transferred from Ostend to Tavre.I I
April 15-16-Zeppelins drop bombsin June 15-16. The garrison of Paris
October 14-Allies Ypres.
occupy English eastern counties. June 28-Austrians cross the Dnies- thousands of motor cars
Battle begins on Vistula.
April 17-British storm Hill 60. ter at Halicz. on Von Kluck's flank.
October 15-Ostend occupied by the
Germans. April 18-Russians evacuate Tar- June 29-Halicz falls.JulyTwelfth was not taken entirely

Month met the attack strongly,
October 19-First battle of Ypres now.April
begins. 22-Second battle of Ypres July Twenty-one Americans die same time the army of

October 24-Ten days' battle before begins. when British mule transport is sunk attacked the German army
April 25-Berlin announces captureof by submarine. Kluck's left and drove it
Warsaw ends in German retirement.
October 27-British dreadnought Lizenie in second battle of Ypres. July 2-Russians defeat German exposed Von Kluck's flank r

Audacious sunk off the Irish coast. Allies leave Gallipoli peninsula, suf- attempt to land at Windau. the right flank of the .

Russians reoccupy Lodz and Radom. fering fearful losses. July 3-Russo-German naval battle east of the one Foch-had
April 26-Germans reannounce seiz- off Gothland. The Germans had begun
October 29
: -Turkey begins war on
Russia. ure of St. Julien and Kersselaere, July 4-Italians take Tolmino. tle with five armies in line.

October 30-Col. Maritz rebel leader near Ypres. July 5-Berlin announces gains in drawal of the two farthest

: driven out of Cape Colony. April 28-Allies announce recap- the Argonne forest. I caused the retreat of the
ture of Lizerne Het Sas and Hart- July 7-Russian stand at Krasnik and fifth in that order,
November Fourth
mannsweiler Kopf. against invasion of central Poland finding its flank exposed by

November German naval victorynear April 29-French cruiser Leon from the south begins. Austrian sub :drawal of the troops on its

Coronel, off Chili. Gamibetta, 12,000 tons, sunk at en- marine sinks Italian cruiser Amalfie. the same time the

November 3-German squadron trance to Ionian sea by Austrian U-5. July 10-Open breach between east of the German line

bombards British coast. April 30-Ipswich, 66 miles from Kitchener and Lloyd-George. Kitch- ated by a strong attack

November Dardanelles forts London, suffers Zeppelin attack. ener admits he needs more men than (Continued on page


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take their wives. A full meeting desired new home which is a model of simple OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPINGToday's AUTHORIZES BOND ISSUE SWEDISH BRIG TORPEDOED
The Churches mattersare I
tAt as several discussed.Wednesday important. elegance and home comfort with all Atlanta, Ga. The state railroad
to be
'RISTi'ASSCIE 7.30 p.m.. Mid-week the modern improvements.. Ruth- Sentinel is replete with the> I''commission today authorized the Macon London.The Swedish brig Fortuna -
CE Prayer and Church Conference. The advertisements of most of the merchants Terminal company to issue $1- was torpedoed and sunk in the
: erford has added a commodious barn
: School at 9.45 ajn.i "Love." Pastor will apprciate written reports of Orlando, and there are some 600,000 in bonds and $100,000; of stock I North sea by a German submarine,
at 11 a.m., Subject I
from Departmental secretaries.Thursday and garage to his home place.
\Way evening service at 7.45. 7.30 Epworth I rare shopping opportunities containedin for the purpose of building a new ter- according to a dispatch from Copen-
,"V.]to loot, corner South Orange League Business meeting p.m. and social, The school house is nearing completion these advertisements, which care minal station. A bill is now before !hagen to the Exchange Telegraph
: Ind Church street, entrance at the parsonage. This is the special and presents a most beautiful ful and discriminating buyers will the state legislature giving the city of company. The crew was saved. The
i street. annual meeting for the election of of- : appearance. Mr. Spurgeon deserves readily grasp. Read all the advertise- Macon right to condemn certain sites brig was 303 tons gross burden and
ficers. All people of the
<. EVANGELIC LUTHERAN I Church and young congregation are cordially -, much credit for the work done, as he ments carefully. necessary to the building. was built in 1873.
CHURCHs I invited.
Sunday August I, 3 p.m.l Friday, 7.30 p.m., Choir rehearsal. was general manager and director. MAITLAND MENTION -
:h Day Adventist's Building, |IMr. M. T. Arnold assisted, and to-

d.itral L.Avenue.Wambsganns All Lutherans, Pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 'gether they are finishing the painting Miss G. Houlks has been on a visitto

;. Guild Usual in Sunday services. Rev. G.absence E.-land; display much artistic ability. her old friends in Maitland where The Orlando Meat MarketT.
:IAN AND MISSIONARY charge during temporary L. Garrett had the misfortuneto she lived
of the pastor. some years ago.
"? ALLIANCE 1, services as usual. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. break a rib and is now on the retired Mrs. M. E. Simmons has had visits A. YANCY
: at 2.30 p.m.; preaching Morning service at 11 o'clock; subject list. from her two daughters, Mrs. J. B.
Humility, a Fundamental Grace. Mrs. J. A. Garrett called to I
Mid-week prayer-meeting was
Thursday. Come and Evening service at 7:30; subject }Simonton, Micanopy, and Mrs. Mc- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
on Virginia by the serious illness and
ft'"S to the The Enlargement of Life. I Nair, now of Fernandina. Mrs.\ Si-
especially" BAPTIST death of her aged mother, Mrs. Bol- monton will stay with her mother Florida and Western Meats
FIRST CHURCHRev. ton, who for many years spent her some time as her mother needs her
CHURCH Edward T. Poulson. D. D.. winters in Florida.
EPISCOPAL t being in poor health. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
(Colored) pastor.
The and his assist-
1'nernne and Terry Streets. Rev.E. Ths church opens wide its doors county surveyor Mr. and Mrs. Sessions have returned -
Irvine Georges, B. A., Priest-in- and most cordially extends its hospi- ants have been camping out here for to Maitland to stay for the Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
charge. tality to the public. If you have no some time. They are replacing the winter and all are glad to see them
t Sunday August 1, Ninth Sunday church home in this city i come and be old wooden pegs with stone markersat PHONES / Business (135 P. O. BOX 226
after Trinity. "at home" with us. back.Miss \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
the section and section
Low Mass at 7.30 a.m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; :Mr.S. : quarter cor Stella Waterhouse has returned -
High Mass at 10.30 ajn. A. Newell, superintendent, will be to her home here. Her motheris
Sunday School and Bible Class and in his place and all will join in wel- ners.Mr.. and Mrs. Wilson gave a dinner still in New York with her son. -
Children's Vespers, 3 p.m. coming him back. and reception in honor of Mrs. Ruth-
Choral Even Song and Sermon, 7.30 Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p.
nx, with the pastor in the pulpit. erford's house guest, Miss Coleman.Mr. You'll hear a man say "No, it I Arcade Pressing Club
p.m.Friday music both hours the and Mrs. Anderson
August 6, Choir Rehearsalat Special at by were espe- doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals -
7.30 male quartet-Messrs. Phillips, Cur- cially kind during Miss Coleman'sstay.
p.m. "
ry, Symonds and Strong. Don't miss to too small a class of people. I Under New Management
entertained her
FIRSTIETHODIST CHURCH the popular Sunday evening service. They on differ- And yet when the same man loses ...
Corner Main and Jackson Sts. Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. ent occasions and took her on auto- his bunch of keys he rushes to the I I I II
John B. Ley, Pastor m., in Baraca hall; Miss Claudia De- mobile excursions to points of inter- newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although 'I I First-Class Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring. Made right in
Bible School 9.45 a.m. Good music. Laney, president. est.
Organized classes. Efficient instruc- Prayer and fellowship meeting on he knows that in the whole the shop. Guaranteed Fit.
t tion. New pupils welcome. C. E. Wednesday evening at 7:30.CATHOLIC wide world there is only one person
Howard, Supt.Preaching Advertise in the Morning Sentinel who can possibly be influenced by his Also Cleaning Pressing RepairingAnd
at 11 a.mvby the Pastor, CHURCH and get results. "Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it? ,
followed by the Sacrament of the Tenth Sunday after Pentecost.
I All Kinds of Alterations done
Lord's Supper.At Mass at 9 a. m. Benediction after
7.30 p.m., there will be a ser- mass.
ivce of song, short but varied and in- Rev. Father Joseph, O. S. B., priestin I
teresting. In the course of the evening charge. Work called for and delivered.
the Pastor will speak briefly on
"The Meaning of a Handshake." CONWAY NEWS FOR SALEWill

Organ Evening Prelude Musical, selected.Program Phone 448 24 E. Pine St. ..

Voluntary Anthem, "The Mellow Conway, Fla., July 31.Mrs. J. P.
Eve" Full chorus. Rutherford has had for her house
Congregational, "0 Mother Dear, guest Miss Coleman, of Harrisburg,
Jerusalem. offer for sale for few
Invocation. Pa., for the past two weeks. She has a days

Response, instrumental.Male made a most delightful visit, and as I
Quartet, "Nearer To Thee. this is her first trip to the Southlandshe I the property corner Orange Avenue, CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Scripture Reading in Concert.
is enthusiastic all the I
very over I
Announcements. Jackson and Boone Streets known as
Offertory, organ, played: on chimes. beautiful places and things she has
Anthem, "The Long Day Closes. seen. They have taken her to all for DIRECTORAND
Address, "The Meaning of a Hand- points of interest in and around Or- the skating rink property, $26,000.
shake. +
Male "Mansions of lando, to Wekiwa Springs, to Gotha, EMBALMERAll
Quartet, Glory. $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
Congregational, "The Name of Windermere, etc. Miss Coleman is

Jesus.Benediction." an experienced school teacher and has and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY.

secured innumerable specimens of calls answered Promptly Dayor
Postlude.Our Church Week Florida's most wonderful flora, which

Monday, 3.30 p.m., Ladies' Parlor, she will use in her classes next year.
Woman's Missionary Society Business Mr. Silas Rutherford has made a Night. Hand Block.
Tuesday, 3.30 p.m.. Sewing Circle, most enjoyable visit to his home, but
with Mrs. I. W. Phillips, Lake View will start tonight on his return to his Orlando Florida. .

avenue. I work, in which he is deeply interested ,
S Tuesday, '7.30 p.m.. Monthly stew- and in which he is making good. PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
ards meeting, with Mrs. E. G. Duck-
worth.. I )Ir. and Mrs. Rutherford and son,
Official members are invited to Robert, are cozily established in their

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VOILES, this seasons most popular dress fabrics indainty hundreds of beautiful patterns and priced at 20c. 12/ c. quality, per dozen r

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f South Florida SentinelMORNING TAX.Jacksonville BUILDING BRICK ROADS. r.
Metropolis: Orlando Despite the heavy rains that have SIDELIGHTS 11

AND WEEKLY citizens showed themselves to be a visited this section in the past ten By W. S. Branch.
'. 1: GLENN ._.......Edit."Y. r
this week when the
C. ESSINGTON .Business MnstrEntered progressive people days roads in DeSoto county, be-
: 0 0 0 0
they voted to impose one-mill tax tween Arcadia and Fort :Meade are
at the postoffiee at Orlando. Florida themselves for in condition. In Lost
publicity splendid making
upon pur-
Second Class Mail Matter. BUY
a N
The OLAd
poses. trip to Orlando this week we found Tampa Tribune carries the following -

SUBSCRIPTION RATES The last legislature passed an act the roads between Winter Haven and : "Lost-Telescope. Rewardif
Dail,. 1 Year ....................... 15. left at Tribune office."
Nothing to
Daity. I Monthi ...................... 2.W giving the cities and towns of the Haines City in bad shape. This roadis
Daily: J Month ...................... 1-25 state the right to enforce a publicitytax greatly used and if Polk indicate whether it is one of those d it
Daily 1 Month .....?................. MfVftklr. county leather and brass r T
levy upon a vote of the people, bonds for $2,000,000, we hope they things that you
1 Year ...................... ILOO slide in and out to locate the stars l
and Orlando was the first city to avail will expend part on this stretch. An- Prices
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN itself of the provisions of this act. other bad stretch of road is between with or a satchel such as the St. Petersburg and qualities being equal don't you think you I
people use to carry home the should your shopping in your home town? We are just ._._:'.'
In fact Orlando is in a measure responsible Loughman and Kissimmee. When we
ADVERTISERS: as enterprising and our stocks of goods will
wholly for its being. It had reached Kissimmee we were informed liquid refreshments which they pur compare
Opy for display and all ether handsetAdrertiiiftf that it chase in Tampa. If the latter, it favorably with stocks of goods anywhere, and at prices
its inception in the Orlando Board of was impossible a car to
.ust be handta in at the business that cannot be met
by outside houses when
..tra..1 th. Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... Trade and was pushed by that body make the trip to Orlando, as the would doubtless be worse than lost if i tion transporta
the day befere p.llkatiThi.. rale applies left at the Tribune office for charges are included; and if buying is to be done it
.. through the general assembly.The heavy rains had washed the roads to any
change for contract adTcrtislns: it Is ought to be done with local merchants. dollar
of time. Every that
:ar.riabl..pd will fee strictly adhered to. such length
publicity tax will solve the an extent that automobiles and is invested
o and every civic advance that is made benefits
problem which many communities Fords would have to be drawn by I -
Subecriben damn Tb Sentinel discontinued all benefits
and who do
not realize
many it
because it
should notify the office in writing on BirdsA ,
have had to face. Every man will mules until the brick road was
i the date of expiration. otherwise it will be comes to them indirectly instead of directly.
I I I continued at the regular subscription rates share the burden of telling the worldof reached. Despite the warnings we scientific writer says, the roar ofa

i t Telephone ontiL"notice Namh-r to stop .t*...received................... 21SUNDAY the community's advantages according engaged a guide who said he could lion can be heard further than the Those who properly appreciate this fact, and who desire I'
to his ability. It will not be make the trip. We left Kissimmee sound of any living creature. Next to contribute to the upbuilding of our glorious city,

AUGUST 1, 1915. up to a few men of the community to about o'clock in the afternoon and comes the cry of the hyena, the will spend their money at home and especially should ,

i;i ====__ put up the coin and the effort and allow after an experience that will ever be screech of the owl, then the pantherand they do this when it is a matter of economy as well as of

;. Go to church today and pray for his neighbor to share the same !remembered we made the ten miles to jackal. civic prudence.

1 peace. benefits though the latter may not the brick road in four hours, reaching The Russian bear seems to be mak Just
run through these
0t have to put up a single cent. Most Orlando an hour later. We were informed ing a large sized noise just at present for SATURDAY "Economy" Specials listed

r t :Many girls are contented only when every community has these tightwads by the engineer in charge of and first you know the American interest YOU! and MONDAY SELLING. They should ,

they are away from their mothers. and dodgers. If there are any in Or- the construction of the brick road be- eagle is likely to emit a screech that

0 lando there is no chance now for them tween Kissimmee and Orlando that will be heard round the world.0 .
Some men get to the front on their to escape. they would have the brick work com- -

own merits. Others have automo Orlando acted wisely and properlyin pleted in about ten days. Osceola and Pilau At 12/ cents At 15 cents

biles. authorizing the one mill levy for Orange counties will then be joinedby We do not care a little bit how the
word is White Underwear, crepe cloth, Two Ladies Gauze Vests
spelled, and care still less howit regular -
of the best brick
fk o advertising purposes. She put her- one roads in the beautifully soft and semi-sheer,
it self in the South.-Arcadia properly pronounced. We are 10 cents each.
Fifty years ago was consideredt lead of Florida cities in Enterprise. regular 18c. and 20c.
t for to her ankle. this Here's only interested in how we can beat .
vulgar a girl display respect. hoping that the D "- fAt \..
How times have changed. people of that progressive little Cen- ADDITIONAL LOCALSE. down the high cost of poultry so that 9 %1 cents
we can have chicken pilau for dinneras
--0- tral Florida city will never have cause
A Chicago woman sold her husband to regret this action and that they C. Hoskins traffic manager of often as our appetite dictates. If At 121/2 cents Summer Rice Cloths, in charming A

j for $500. No doubt a lot of 'em shall have full measure of returns the Florida Growers' and Shippers' we should all follow the advice to 36 inch white striped Shirting colors of pink, sky laven-

would be willing to take $2.99. .from the money. League, with headquarters in Orlando less"plant more hens" it would doubt- Madras, splendid weight, reguder, white, cream and cardinaL
o 0 is spending several days in the some. lar 25c. Regular 12% and 15c.

Don't envy your neighbor his auto- $15,000,000 DISTRIBUTED TO city on a business mission.TampaTribune. -

I: mobile. Think of how much you save FORD OWNERSF. Kid Chauffeurs

by riding in his instead of your own. There are several boys driving carsaround DON'T FORGET THAT OUR "READYTOWEAR"AND t

o G. Rush, Ford agent, announced Miss Addie McNeill, the attractive Orlando streets who have not MEN'S FURNISHING SALE

Generally, it is those days when yesterday that the Ford :Motor com- niece of :Mr. and Mrs. E. II. :McNeill reached the age required by the laws. COMMENCES MONDAY !

you don't have to work that the pany had sold more than 300,000 Ford who has been visiting them at their They may be just as safe or even ,

weather is gloomy and disagreeable.We cars for the year ended yesterday. In home, 221 Robinson avenue, left Or- safer drivers than many men who are At 19 cents At 25 cents
but ,
older nevertheless their
o consequence every Ford owner who lando yesterday afternoon for Plant parentsare

1- are not the least bit sore because purchased a car for that period will City, where she will visit relatives liable to a fine every time the kiddies I Ladies' Gauze Vests, all sizes, I 2 l_>c.Ladies'each. Gauze Vests. regular

we failed to get an invitationto be entitled to share in the profits, before returning to her home in Orange take the steering wheel. Regular 25c.

witness the electrocution of Becker. which will amount to $50 each. This Texas. -o- At 19 cents

amount totals about $15,000,000, Cigs.An I At 19 cents A cash purchase of nearly one
o which will be distributed from the De- Mr. and :Mrs. A. B. Cook have arrived -: ad. in the Saturday Evening thousand yards of genuine
Post is headed "When Is Several hundred yards of ORSCOTCH ORGANDIES in
There is now more fear for the fel- troit office as rapidly as possible after in Orlando from Fitzgerald Ga., I a Cigarette a
Sensible?" Answer GANDIES, VOILES, CREPES large range of all white designs A
: just
low who burns too much gasoline August 15. Mr. Rush advises and will make this city their home. as long as and some very charming
it is disconnected with the and DIMITIES, all this season'sfabrics
than for one who burns too much midnight those who hold the profit-sharing coupons For the present they are pleasantly mouth ofa and and colorings.effects in black and white.
oiL to endorse same and mail at located at the St. Charles hotel. Mr. human being. The moment the ordinary way of purchase
coupling is made both the smoker and Regular values 35c.., SOc., and could not be bought for less
o once to the Ford :Motor company. Cook has been prominent in the busi-
smokee manifest lack of 75C. than 50 cents and 65 cents.DON'T .
and a the high ,
ness social life of his home town.
A mirror is a convenient thing to est grade of
.. have around when you are looking for HUNGARIANS TO COLONIZE TilE He is president of the Third National sense. FORGET THAT OUR "READYTOWEAR"AND
ANDREWS HOLDINGS IN bank, served as mayor of the city, and
your best friend, though some men MEN'S FURNISHING SALE I
is associated with the general busi- I
can see in it their worst enemy. ness life of Fitzgerald. Orlando extends Nothing agreeable about the soundof COMMENCES MONDAY III -. ., ,e
o the knicker's hammer.
But the
to Mr. and Mrs. Cook a most
Edson Andrews has announced
It has been many years since the cordial welcome. steady rap rap of the busy carpen At 25 cents At 15 cents
flatwoods between here and the coast that Ernest Klopfstein, of Chicago, ter's hammer in all sections of Or-

contained more water than at present will be placed in charge of the Hun- lando is a symphony to which we all 1 Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits COLORED POPLINS in a full

and the creeks are all overflow- garians who will colonize a portionof MOTORING FROM CHICAGO TO love to listen. regular 35 cent value. range of all the summer colorings -
ing. The the Andrews holdings in this coun- ORLANDOThe regular 25 cent value.
summer rains have daily --0-
He will be stationed in Orlandoat
visited all ComfortThe
of the county for At 39 cents
several weeks past.-Volusia County a later date. Mr. Klopfstein was mail last evening brought a 3rd of September will bring At 49 cents

Record. in Orlando recently going over the post card to the Sentinel from Mr. '.one comfort. The proposed new city Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits, Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits

a land with Mr. Andrews. Geo. A. Hutchinson, with the request charter for Jacksonville will no longer regular 50 cent value. regular 65 cent value.
that his paper which has been goingto
Has it occupy a whole of Florida's
ever occurred page
to you that a him in Chicago be held in Orlando "READY-TO.WEAR"
man owns bunch of
a cattle or
NIGHT pending his arrival. That he was now AND MEN'S FURNISHING SALE
sheep win -
out and look
go at them
en route here, accompanied by Mrs.
every once in a while, and yet he will ThornNot COMMENCES MONDAY .
The Board of Trade will hold Hutchinson, Herbert Hutchinson and
a many "Flashes from in
never go to the school house to see Floyd" _
regular business meeting at the San Miss Caroline Hawkins. That they I '
how his children the Tribune these days but we enjoy
are getting along At 59 cents
Juan hotel, Monday evening, August left that city Thursday morning in those
from one year's end to the other.- "Teasers from Thorn" even if
Blunt Advocate. 2, at 7:30 o'clock.Mr. their automobile and expected to ar- they are warmed over from the Palm] Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits' ,
rive in Orlando in about twelve days. Beach. regular 75 cent value. At 89 cents

o : and Mrs. E. H. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson are -- Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits,
Some enterprising newspaper pub- sons, :Masters Wilson Brush and Ed. among Orlando's prominent winter
lished within a thousand miles of Or- : residents, owning considerable KissesIt At 85 cents $1.00 value.
Tyler, left yesterday morning for prop-
lando recently contained a compli- Sanford where they sailed on one of erty in and around the city, and will' must be a harrowing experiencefor 3 Ladies' Gauze Vests, regular
mentary notice about Senator Hobson to see the picture of thatpretty
Igou, the Clyde Line boats for Jacksonville receive a most cordial welcome from 35 cents each.
of Lake county, advocating him for and thence over the same line their many friends upon their ar- California girl kissing the

commissioner of agriculture. So far will embark today for New York rivaLIt rusty old Liberty Bell.Becker. DON'T FORGET THAT OUR "READYTOWEAR"AND
as Orange is concerned -0--
senator's"valiant" where :Mr. Walker will attend to busi- MEN'S FURNISHING SALE
work for county division did not take 400 U. S. marines
ness while the family take in the
Mrs. Becker should
when Seminole county was created is sights of the big city. very long to quell the revolt in Haiti. not despair. ,-
too well known for him to expect a But little old Haiti is not Mexico of There is still opportunity for her to / ,

landslide" from this section, should Germany. V make fame and salary in "vodville"
FOR SALE-Ford touring car; over- and the movies. fURNISnlNG DEPARTMENTAt
he become a candidate. hauled and repainted; in fine condi- MEN'S{

-0-- tion; a bargain. See Mr. Hutton, at Special for Sunday dinner: Neapol-I

The city administration would not Pine and Main streets, southwest cor- itan Brick, delivered 40c. Hand Ice j| An ad. In the Morning Sertinel is a STRAW HAT IN THE STORE FOR ________$1.00
ner. 8-l-3t Cream Co. Phone 566 or 666. cafe investment.
tolerate religious exercises on the MANHATTAN SHIRT SALE

streets of Jacksonville, but it has per-
mitted a number of young men, At $1.25 any $1.50 Shirt. At $2.85 any $3.50, $3.75At

r dressed in the garb of the convict to $1.65 any $2.00 Shirt. and $4.00 shirt.

parade the streets. This is such an At $1.95 any $2.50 Shirt.

unusual sight that it naturally excites HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX SUMMER SUITS

one's curiosity, but an investigationreveals Your choice of $20.00 to $25.00 Summer Suit in
the fact that the "prisoners"are This has been purchased by ,
the Store $15.00 ,
merely advertising a show that is tl
being given in a theatre of the city.: PALM BEACH SUITS

It and would base appear has the that approval anything of low his THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO. Any Suit in the store worth up to $10.00 for ______$5.50

majesty, the mayor and that any-

thing uplifting, or that seeks to up-

lift, is State.condemned by him.-Jacksonville OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENTIs

o- the oldest in the city and stands unrivalled for its gen-

The following is taken from one of eral assortments, its quality excellencies, and its price

the Dayton, Ohio, papers and sent to economies. Can we serve you?
the Sentinel, with the request that it This ad will be changed daily I

be reprinted: II

"It should be understood that the y I

stories going the rounds of the secular I ,

press about the 'Dunkers' placing I

the ban on the use of automobiles re- I I II Dickson-Ives

fers to the Old Order Brethren and

not to our people, the Church of the 1

Brethren. An automobile, with a converted Talk No. 1 on Co-Operation will appear N I
man at the wheel, will never

be found dishonoring the Lord. The

Spirit-filled man will, on Sunday Tuesday morning i .DEPARTMrNT STORE.

morning, invariably steer his machine
... ...
r in the direction of the house of God.

If the machine should go the other

t. way, it is because the wrong man is 1 = ..
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t b a SOCIAL AND CLUB CALENDARFOR the careful and scientific training of i

] THE COMING WEEK the Florida Woman's College at Tal- IIEl
lahassee, to which has been added sev-
Monday, August 2. !
0 O ctS Meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of eral years of practical experience in GRANDTOMORROW / ; .
J toO the Baptist church at 3:30.: connection with and as superintendent
= Meeting of the Methodist SewingCircle of the kindergarten department of
with Mrs. Phillips. the English Classical school of Tampa
\ < ci) Missionary Society of the Methodist -
church meets at 3:30. Opening date and place will be
Council meeting of Epworth League announced in due time. El

officers.Tuesday ,
Mrs. Dave Rogers hostess to A. B. C.
Joint meeting of Methodist church INTEREST.Mr. o A Constant Reminder
and Baraca classes for 0
Progressive : and Mrs J. Y. Cheney and Mr.
formation of Progressive Club and and :Mrs. J. B. "THE SECRET ROOM"Featuring
Debating Society, at the Methodist Magruder are of friendship recorded in a link of precious metal. Limited onlyin
church. spending their vacations at Be-gi- Tom Moore and Mar-' number to the friends you have; each link is a complete braceletin

0.0 Meeting of the board of governors of woo-che, enjoying the fine bathing in guerite Courtot. ll itself, and costs but 25 cents, engraved free.
the Juan Associated hotel at 4 Charities o'cock. at the San Lake Conway and the delighftul Give and receive one in return.ALLEN .
breezes. Several of their friends have -
Meeting of stewards of the Metho-
dist church with Mr. and Mrs. E. G been out to call and found them hospitable & CO. JEWELERS.
Duckworth. hosts. HEARST SELIG NEWS, No. 40 ,

Meeting Wednesday of members, August of Christian 4. Portraying all the important lb. Jl]
'Lt5 church with Mrs. Winebrenner, 623 Dr. J. W. Stagg has concluded his I =0 =
West Church street. visit with the Graham family at Mon- events of the day.

Bachelor Girls, Miss Guilda Rapper treat, and is now in a sanitarium at

Miss sett hostess. Black Mountain, N. C., where he If quality for a low price is an objectour
Georgia Wigfall will entertain
Wednesday evening complimentary hopes to returning to his charge in "TWO AND TWO" wall papers will win your favor.For .
to Misses Thelma Wilson and Ethel this city. the next 30 days we will offer for
sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
Kennedy.Mrs. A Vitagraph Comedy, featuring '
from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
Thomas Brodwater will enter .
Mrs. A. G. Branham and d u time to and do
Miss :Mary buy your papering
tain the Junior Matrons. 1 Flora Finch, Kate Price and when
Thursday, August 5. Branham left yesterday afternoon for you get ready.
Monthly business meeting and socialof Black :Mountain, N. C., where they other Vitagraph comedians. We also carry a full line of High-
the Epworth League annual Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
; will spend the next two months enjoying G'-f ;
election of officers. : 'd ,dr i + I We invite you to call and inspect
Masquerade ball at Wekiwa Springs. j the mountain air. I our stock.Orlando.
Friday, August 6. --0- A GOOD BILL +
Regular meeting of W. C. T. U. at Miss Claire Robinson leaves on -

the Baptist church.-0-- Monday for Murphy, N. C.. to be the Paint & Wall Paper Co
guest of :Miss Annie Deaderick, for
VISITS merly teacher of expression at Rol- s I 205 S. Orange Avenue
CONWAY SCHOOL. 5 cents 10 cents
rlJpj Superintendent :McKinnon drove out lins' College. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
early yesterday morning to inspectthe -- -
Miss Susie Magruder will sing at
new Conway school house. The the Tuesday, Myrtle Stedman in '|.1..1.1- '
-O old building has been repaired, ceiled Presbyterian church at this morn-

and painted, and a new room added, ing's service. "Wild Olive."
C so that the whole is practically a new -0-- The New Ice
W. K and Company
< building. The interior has been well Curry family made a |
trip by auto to Eustis and
planned, and the community is to be
c.::> congratulated on the possesion of week. PHONE 675

such splendid improvements in their
school 1916 FORD PRICES
r- 1 : A. S. Hickson, as principal, I Delivery DailyWait
and :Miss Gretta Frint, as assistant, Effective August 1st the Ford
who taught the school last term, will :Motor Company makes the following
o awn be the teachers for the ensuing school 1 changes in prices: for our wagon. We think
FORD RUNABOUT ........$390.00FORD
which will about
PnCO year 1st. open September TOURING CAR ......$..UO.OOF. you will like our ioe.

For the pleasure of the ride over O. B. DETROIT, MICH. ROOf GARDEN(

P-4 one of Orange county's best brick New Cars now ready for delivery
roads :Mr. :McKinnon took at Ford Garage. 8-1-ltc
with him to
Conway :Misses Kennedy and Wilson, A I The New Ice Company jj jjiMtnillttlMtMMIIIHilMtieMMMMMMMIMMMt
of Umatilla
who are visiting Miss

N-* I Connell, of Orlando, and Mr. Harvey EXCHANGE TOMORROW
Connell and Miss Wigfall, their
friends. Miss Kennedy is a daughter A new concern for Orlando is the
of Mr. W. T. Orlando Motor Car Exchange, managed -
superintendentof by S. B. Hutton. " " " " "I"I" "
public instruction of Lake county, Exchange "SAVED FROM HIMSELF"A
who is will be located at the southwest corner s
recognized as one of the most
successful county superintendents of of Pine and Main streets. The Drama in Three Big Acts.

the state. company will deal in used cars, particularly
-o O -- Fords. ,,}!r. Hutton is a well Balbo Pathe Co. X FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL J

WEDSHarbor RICHHEIRESS. known Orljnda man and is energetic, !
reliable and trustworthy. The Sentinel

expresses utmost
Point, Mich..
July 31.-More
in his new venture,
predicting that it BOLD"
than 300 guests are here for the mar
will be an immense success. ,
riage late today of Miss Catherine Cartoon Comedy by J. R. Brady. ;
Barker, of Michigan City, Ind., and
Howard H. Spaulding, Jr., of Chicago. Very Fine.
Miss Barker is said to possess a for- FavoriteMONDAY'S I CURTIS & O'NEAL :
tune of between $20,000,000 and $30-

O 000,000 and is an orphan. :Mr. Spauld PROGRAM

ing is a son of :Mrs. Howard H. Reliance. "Station Content." A Pair of Ladies' Silk Hose given Insurance Loans RealJEstate ;
Spaulding of Chicago, was recently drama, in two parts.
graduated from Yale and for severaimonths Princess, "Just Kids." away at nine o'clock tonight.

has been secretary to the gen Keystone. "Among the :Mourners." Rentals ,
eral manager of the Haskell & Barker Four good reels of Mutual: movies. ,
Car company, of :Michigan City, the Five cents to alL The One-Price Theater <
stock of which formed IESTABLISHED
IziH a considerablepart I
of the Barker legacy. Miss Barker -

is nineteen years old, and Mr. The Cathedral SchoaOrlando's I
IT Spaulding is twenty-one. 10 cents 5 cents

P=i iOJ :MODEL :I Select-Boarding and Day 1886 --.

KINDERGARTEN.Miss School for Girls 4 reel Feature Tuesday night,

<=> Hallie Ley is preparing to 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 "Eye For Eye."
open in Orlando this fall a :Model Kindergarten Primary, Intermediate and Academic

and with this end in view Grades MMMMIIMtlllUMIIMIIIMMIt . .
will be pleased to confer with parentsor Also :Musk, Art, Elocution, PhysicalCulture
others interested in this very necessary and Domestic Science.

preliminary and fundamental For Catalogues address the Rector,
training of the little folks of kindergarten
Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. 31.
age. She brings to her task

-Orlando--, Fla. Melts in Your Mouth ,



Peach }

PEACH Special Vanilla Special

CARAMEL Sultana Roll Chocolate Bisque

ICE CREAMS. Pistachio Cherry Pineapple Taitonue

Tro41= CONFECTIONSCIGARS CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, We. We deliver from one quart uptland's

15 JB

O Hca CLUB SANDWICH Kc. Pure Ice CreamPhone

trJ a c;:ctf:) Catering To Those We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed 566 and 666'w9

and Delivered for All
; Who Care

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HISTORY OF FIRST nounced one as at St. READING OF BOOKS. : Montreat, among the lig mountainsof I
YEAR OF THE WAR French now began a North Carolina, is unique. Private
family has high class accommodations The l
on the upper side of are the young folks' of today for a few desirable adult guests. arket:
(Continued from page 2) the north of Arras. acquire the reading habit? They Large, comfortable new house; run-
French fortified zone of Verdun.. dreds of thousands go to school and they are taught ning water in each room; sleeping OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITOPPOSITE

The German retreat was as orderlyas time and again more about literature than it porches Particulars; unexcelled, address "Birdwood home cooking.," Box POST OFFIGE
that of the French and Englishhad barbed wire the custom to teach the boys and 27, Montrcat, N. C. 5-16-S10t FRESH AND SALT MEATS
been. The invaders took up an crete trenches, held of earlier generations. Yet I Kept under the best sanitary condition
admirable defensive position, which I Prince Rupprect of it does not appear that when
Everything screened away from the flies, and ke;
must have been several weeks pre and then charged leave school they read the books
paring. It ran just north of the Ainse ground for slight by the authors with whose M. O. Dovel! and pure.
We invite and satisfaction.
river, on a series of bluffs, then just The fighting they become familiar as the Inspection guarantee
north of Chalons and through the 'sugar refinery of ones of the literary world. It everything in the Meat Line.

wooded, rough regions of the Argonneand great German work not appear, in fact that many & Son
the Woevre, joining hands here rinth. Fighting them read books of any kind un H. ]VdC. Self & Co.

with the troops besieging Verdun. and tunnels below the it is the sensational and trivial PHONE NO. 80 PINE STRE
The Allies have tried this line in casualties were of the day, and even these
vain ever since. bent the German line have little leisure for.

Both combatants now tried to turn Labyrinth, but So many other matters take their
the west flank. Enormous bodies of justified their sacrifice The automobile is one hin 106 Grace StreetPhone
cavalary were thrown into Aatrois is questionable.In to the formation of the read- ARE[ YOUR CHILDREN[ LEARNING Mlffi'

and Flanders. On the part of the July the Crown habit. The freedom it gives is
French there was largely the desireto ick William's army fascinating to the average 283-2 Rings These vacation days should be used 'to interes

link up with the Belgians, now be- Argonne Forest west person than any book of fic children in some kind of a musical instrument. We fu
ing attacked in Antwerp. The mighty succeeded in gaining to say nothing of anything more
siege guns of the Germans made short yards of shatered It invites and knows no re- everything in music and musical instruments. Music

work of the Belgian seaport, however, turing several "Movies" attract a multitude Gasoline, Kerosene, LubricatingOils fines, elevates and trains the mind for the more strenu

and it fell on October 9. The rem- !f| There were rumors whom motor cars are not available. and Greases. Our wagonsare duties of life.
nants of the Belgian army retreated :I'mans were there are dances and theatres
along the seacoast and the Germans''I great drive towars 'I the general business of having a always at your service. W. S. BRANCH
in a final rush reached Ostend October -I I but the Teuton time" through some form of ,
15.The. 1 I continued to wait I For in these days youth de- THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
battle line of the Aisne was of the much weaker i I a good time as an inalienable
now extended to the sea, the Germans -! .

holding the important .French FIVE BROTHERS Of course, if by any chance the boy
city of Lille, while the Allies kept girl has found the charm of books, M. O. Dovel! IF YOU NEED

Ypres in Belgium, and, partly bjj other pleasure is likely to draw M i MiMLetterheads
flooding the low lands, held the posi- Berlin. away from reading entirely, but
tion of the Yser river and canal those looking on little opportunity &SonEmpire
fices the war has !i
From October 16 to November 10, friend Erber, a I devotion to literature seems to Envelopes
itself even to the bookishly in- ,
was fought the desperate first battle Alsbach, and his wife.
of Ypres, when the Germans suffered this couple have been I Their days are crowded with
things and the reading habit Cards Announcements
enormous losses in attempts to break
and their last son is Hotel ,
through the lines in Flanders and leisure and solitude.' But it
reach Calais. They succeeded in a habit that compensates for many Circulars Briefs Hand
pushing back the Allies only a little WILSON TO in other directions. It ,

and the invasion of Silesia by the forgetfulness of care, it sup- PA

Cossacks finally induced them to desist Cornish, N. H, July companionship for lonely hours, DU G AYCDINNER 50 C Bills, Catalogs, or, .
and send reinforcements to Rus- Wilson plans to return is a solace in advancing years.
sia.The the latter part of will the young person of today PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE
Germans in September had per- not play his usual without it when he grows old? Puree of Tomato -

formed the feat of pushing a salient and expected to
Fruit Salad
into the French line south of Ver- day to work. I VOLUNTEERS WORK ROADS
dun, which terminated on the west Baked Blue Fish, with Dressing Sentinel Job Office
bank of the Meuse river at St. Mihiel; Paducah, Ky.-When 10,000 volun-
Chicken Cream Gravy
Fried ,
while the French had taken the offen- DANN"J. workers engaged in construction Spring .
sive with some success in Champagneat Get a highway between Paducah and Guava Jelly
about the same time. put down their picks and
For the most part throughout the Y' I tonight they had completed Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, au jus

winter the fighting consisted of regular its most important details the en-
Mashed Potatoes
siege warfare, with heavy artillery naoke.and enjoy The* really I roadway over its length of 150 ,
combats and mine and counter mine. boil, wont get Finishing touches will be put English Peas; I

The flooding of the river Aisne from that part of the road extending Baked Oyster Plant
winter snows, gave the Germans a Paducah to the Kentucky state
Come... tomorrow. Steamed RiceIacaroni au Gratin
chance to entrap the French troopson =roarl.25c :: I
the north side of that river in the ,
Cream Cake
;.351" 30c : Maple Mousse Jce
vicinity of Soissons for a consider- Have you ever tried a Bisque Tar- i SKA TING---'R-INK j
able distance and kill or capture most manufactured at the Hand Ice Cocoanut Custard Pie
plant? 50c. a quart delivered.
of them (Jan. 14)). 566 or 666. Coffee Iced Tea
With the spring, the French and
-- -- -
English attempted to take the offen- I ---- ADMISSION: : 1O CENT!
sive at several points. Always pre I I Say : I"I'I'II"I"III'lllr"lf'II'IIIIIIIIIIII'llil"1II '

paring the way with tens of hun- I II
dreds of thousands of shells, they I .
tried joint after joint of the German You want to I DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA : .... "' : *- .
armor. I s ...
In the Vosges the dominating package Spider is Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. : t

height of Hartmannsweillerkopf was the market-its Hot and Cold running water in every room ,

taken and retaken several times in LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH II II
thing out in the
sanguinary charges and finally re- Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to ,
mained in the hands of the French. Cigars. $10 per week, American Plan. ,

The salient of St. Mihiel was also New Bath House Free to Guests
him the
See at
subjected to tremendous French pres- ORLANDO ROOFING
sure on both "legs." The French suc- MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop. I .* .
ceeded in gaining a little ground, but "IIIIII'II'IIIIIIIII'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt I ANL l ; 1 ; <

the Germans, despite the apparent Good SHEET METAL
weakness of the sharp wedge they CO.

had could driven not be into dislodged the French and later lines suc-, Cigar

ceeded they in regaining had lost.some of the territory Orange A TUE[ FORAGE[ GROCERY[ CO. Metal and, Slate Rubber, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

The British also reported victories RoofingsCornices

in Flanders. Whether these should be Skylights.;,Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

accounted successes for the Allies is ..

mous doubtful.losses The and British at Neuve suffered Chapelle enor- OF FRESH PILLSBURY FLOUR I Works: 14 E. Church St. -. ORLANDO

bungled affairs to the extent of shel-
ling their own men who had taken
German trenches. In other cases they
left gallant little parties lodged in
enemy's trenches without supports to SMOKED EATS AND HAM.

next development was the unexpected WATCH THIS SPACE
use of poisonous gas fumes ,
by the Germans in attacks just northof Location perfect, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES-SNAP BEANS, EGG PLANT, 'Mr. Automobile Mans
Ypres. With this novel weapon CORN, OKRA, AND TOMATOES.A s
they succeeded in taking several small center of city,
villages and more than compensatingfor I FANCY LINE OF BANANAS, PEACHES, CANTALOUPES, AN
For quick sale $
the British gains south of Ypres. PINEAPPLES

The losses of the French, Cana- I terms.
& Co.
dians and British were severe, but Orlando Top Trimming

they succeeded in the Ger-,
Grocery Co. Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE, Mgr.
I Forage
man onslaught effectively a few miles
back from their former position.The y
German line makes a salientat
Soissons, though not such a pro
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Owing to the rebuilding which is
II I now going on in the Guernsey Block
I have been compelled to close up the
,Royal I Palm Barber Shop, but the
I j barbers can be found at J. B. Harris'
I I place on Church street, ready to serve
you. Thanking you for favors,
II Yours truly,
The Morning Sentinel Want 7-20-12t ELIJAH WHITEHEAD.FOR .
Directory is the Greatest Want I
Ad Medium in Orlando. SALEI
t have for sale one full blooded
Terms Cash in Advance. Jersey cow, just come fresh with her -
Plaster and Lime third calf; also one heifer, with her
; Cement, Agatite RATES first calf, three-fourths Jersey and I Fresh Every Day.
For One Day _____________25t one-fourth Holstein. My residence is I 5c. glass
For Three ___________ per
J Day 50c near Clarcona, Fla., and my postotfice
For Six Days _______________75c address is Apopka. Fla., Box 95. G.I I I 25c. per gallon
1 For One Month -___________$ .50 W. Riner, Apopka, Fla. CREAM AND MILK
Y I, This rate applies on all ads of -2S-d&wtf. BUTTER
-'\ i 25 words or less. If the ad contains I I Fresh Homemade
I more than 25 words the rate FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn SANDWICHESPIES
will be one cent per word for swings, and all kinds of carpenter I
each additional word, for each in- AND CAKESARCADfMllK
I work, go to Tracy & Jloore 18 East I
sertion.If Church street. 7-25-1moc''
you can't bring your ad to
I the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
payable the following day. Located in the Arcade Building
1 I All work guaranteed and neat-
Every Home-Every Business
4" FREE j I Every Man has use for a ly done. Our work is the best
I, I Sentinel Want Ad. and our prices are the lowest.

.. This is the place to have your
Plating and Sub-Dividing
... old clothes made new.
FOR SALE Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit PROMPT
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
t ill I FOR SALE-Orange and grapefruit pressed _____________40c. WORK
trees, all varieties, in
any quanti-
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand HAL A. IRISHCivil
I ties. Will set out and guarantee treesto
t.l live if desired. Alex Oliver. pressed ____________50c
7.276tc Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Engineer
With every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an entirely -
We do ladies' work also. Giveus
MULES FOR SALE 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
... new service we will give absolutely FREE one RUDD Pair nice mare mules in good condi- a trial and be convinced.
1 tion, suitable for farm or heavy hauling Clothes called for and delivered.
TANK WATER HEATER, regular price $12.00, or we will makean I ; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply Phone.613.'Harness .
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- I Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc $3.25I

stantaneous Water Heater.If FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top Makingand
and wind shield, at Ford Garage.
you have a water heater and want a new range let us 7-3-tf RepairingAll End

make you an attractive price on one. FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract I
one quarter mile from city 'limits; kinds of leather repairing, suchas RatesTO
Come in and talk it over with us. I very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,
I poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket I
Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE get your scissors sharpened. i I vuAtlantic

I I,. One of the best trucking and fruit 25 West Church Street, in Hopkins I

:farms in Prosper Colony, consistingof Shoe Shop. Coast LineStandard

.... 25 acres; 9 acres in cultivation; all
'under fence. Will be sold at a sacri- W. A. BOSTON
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO ;fice for cash, if sold in 30 days. A 7-20-12t Railroad of the South
f I good crop will go.with the place. A
,good six room house and good out-
buildings. In sight of depot, church Tickets sold for all trains Sat-
GAS DEPARTMENT ,;and school. The place will bear in- Phone 72 urday and forenoon trains Sun-
'! spection. For particulars, address day.
Box 57, Taft, Fla. 721.12t'FOR !
Paul V. Hutchins Limited to reach original Start-
: t 1 I RENT .I I ing point by midnight Tuesday.

Attorney and Counsellor at Law I Ii i I Favorite Line Excursions to
FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur-
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. i St. Petersburg, U. S. Ports
'" Knox. 7-9-tf Davis & McNeil Bldg i PassaGrilleFor


I Information Call on

WANTED-Plain sewing, by the day. D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
Especially good at darning and When Greek W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
mending. Mother's helper in general. ,
<> 0 Address K., Sentinel, or phone 478. I Orlando .

I 7-28-6tc Meets Greek
Notice--Special Sale 1914 or 1915 model, preferred.I
"Would consider other cars. For a Was symbolic of an order fast Cut Flowers
good car I will give a lot 50x300 fac- passing from the modern stageof
ing the Gulf of Mexico on the little action. When gentleman i
Gasparilla Island, Boca Grande, Flor- meets gentleman will supplantthe and Plants
ida; the best resort and finest fishing
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 in the state. If necessary will pay old adage, and the one who
difference. Address Auto, Box 321, wins as the most perfect gentle- Floral Designs
Orlando, Fla. 7-30-6tc
man will be the one who feels
And continuing for two weeks himself to be such. Your per- I
buy, sell rent, and exchange real sonal appearance has a powerful
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., I effect on your consciousness. Violet

f 1 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT j I. $20,000,000.over 30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over r Dell Florist.

10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. I

Come out to the big masqueradeball
On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, at Wekiwa Springs, Thursday I Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. .-
evening, August 5. Lots of fun. Everybody !
'. Kimonas, and House Dresses in the afternoon.invited. Boating and bathing.i Steam Laundry I


Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at "while Umbrellas you wait recovered," at Young's and repaired Repair CUNT BASSPHONE

Shop 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2-4-lyre
To reduce our stocK as much as pos West Jefferson Street
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof
IL [ 25 per cent. off our regular cash Successor to
\ Come and look at our line (price on any goods in stor Ham- '

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) I No individual with anything to sell' DR. L H. RAMSDELL
of AIIKinds:
or trade can successfully find a buyeror OPTOMETRIST

111'wO WINTER GARDEN FLA. trader without the aid of the Sen- ORLANDO, FLORIDA PROMPT SERVICE
tinel want ads. Remember that its WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
circulation represents five-sixths of AND DO ALL KINDS OF *

nn._ ._ the Orlando community. OPTJrAf. REPAIRINGGOOfrBYE -- _o _

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WARFARE ravaging of the countryside the THE WAR

wrecking of bridges and railroads, .
Germany's war zone decree went and the wholesale sinking of ships Zurich.-Statistics of births in Vi- Berlin.-Solomon Loeb, a merchant BEGIN
enna since last October bear out the I i
into effect February 18. The losses and the economic loss through the of Zweibruecken, Rhenish Bavaria, rt
week by week in merchant ships and diminution in productive industry,the popular belief that more boys than enjoys the unique distinction of having -

in lives aboard merchantmen since killing of the strongest men in the 'girls are born in time of war. Part eight sons at the front with the Eventually :you will trade with us. ". ., .. '-.1'fi A
of the figures dealing with mothers
that date are shown in the following community, and the creation of a Bavarian army. Three of the young the new month right.
of the
poorest fugitives from
table: class of cripples and madmen. men joined different regiments as volunteers A
Week EndingVessels.. Lives. The war is now costing about $45- Galicia and Bukowina, show that of and two of the older ones OUR AI ;
t 559 children born 314 ,
February 25 ____________ 11 9 000,000 a day, $2,000,000 an hour, and j were boys. have already been decorated with the
I The Vienna War
)March ________________ 1 0 $30,000 a minute. The cost is mount- show Sponsors Society'srecords iron cross. So far only one of the To sell the best Groceries at the 10wH.n\
larch 11 _____________ 7 38 ing steadily. among their pro- eight has been seriously wounded.Mr. Service.
March 18 _______________ 6 13 I teges births number 140 boys to 100 Loeb himself is a veteran of the Prompt
,girls. Give Courteous treatment to all.
March 25 _______________ 7 2 NAVAL LOSSES IN FIRST YEAR war of 187071.What. t
April 1 _________________ 13 165 OF WAR | There is a considerable increase in To make our Grocery your Grocery: ,J ,

April 8 _________________ 8 13 .the number of twins born. The most popular trading place in t'', -: A

April 15 ________________ 4 0 Total for Entente Allies ___376,770 I, EXTRAORDINARY MEASURE Keep everything clean and sanitary.Satisfaction .
April 22 ______________ 3 10 Total for Teutonic Allies ____224,746 do

April 29 ________________ 3 0 (Note: It is probable both sides you Gut : .r' -
Columbia S. C. ; s-
-Dieting and A
May 6 ________________ 24 5 have concealed many losses.) I I med- for in
ical hope
treatment of the children a
May 13 _______________ 2 1,260 worth in Ep- ; Goods bought of us that are not sati f:.,-t.>:, A

May 20 _________________ 7 13 AMERICAN CUTLERY FOR j I Orphanage in the suburbs, a Methodist of Columbia institution varnish ? ; ; back without argument.A .

May 27 _________-_-___ 7 71 CANADA I'I ,
T are to be taken over the United
June 3 ___________.:.__ 19 321 by Trial is All We J*
I,States public health service
June 10 ________________ 36 21 as an ex- WE GIVE : A
New York.-The time seems oppor-1 traordinary measure for the eradication TRADING C: i tOur .
June 17 _______________ 19 19 JIIEliltO
tune for American manufacturers of i of pellagra. Between 75 and
June 24 ________________ 3 1 I 100 f I
cutlery to secure a foothold in cana- of the 250 children in the ..
July 1 __________________ 9 29 da writes orphanageare
Consul Felix S. S. John- afflicted with the disease. v
July 8 __________________ 15 2 from Ontario Joseph Grocery Conllit'J: : '
son as jobbers find it ; Goldberger of the
July 15 _______________ 12 13 difficult surgeon public U ?
to obtain lines of European 1 health service, has been R0v
July 22 ________________ 2 0 assigned to Two Phones: 3 a.!:: :(
cutlery, especially the heavier typesof 1 the direction of the work.

pocket knives. Prices of many 6 and 8 E. PineHammond -
Totals 218 1,652 1 S s .Y 1 !
--------------- lines have advanced considerably, and i
I European manufacturers 'I
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YEAR OF WAR New York.-Kate Masterson, news- .
prices In effect at the time of deliv- -
paper and magazine writer and playwright When you buy varnish for 1
I your
ery, an arrangement that is not satis-
By Intrenational News Service and a sister of Supreme Court floors you hope that it will Improvethe gt!;
factory to Canadian
importers. Costs
appearance of those floors and
Justice Kelly of Brooklyn,
Only approximately accurate tablesof are going up, particularly in lower- was today that it will be durable.

the killed wounded and missing in priced cutlery. The supply of cheaper committed to Bloomingdale for treat- Unfortunately much that is sold for '
the first of war are possible be- ment. She was sent to Bellevue hos- 25 iiDist iI i
year grades of celluloid for hafting has floor varnish won't realize that hope oiir
cause France and Russia and Austria- ;been curtailed pital two days ago on application of for you.Lawson's. ,
severely since the
j her brother when it was stated she -<
Hungary do not give out their figures French makers ceased to i Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish I -- h
export any. 1 has a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It I
was suffering from delusions that she is I
while Germany has changed her pol- ,|Japan has been sending cheap celluloid easily applied because it works easily. It
of Great I was being persecuted. is unequalled for durability and will not I For the benefit of *
icy recently to one secrecy. ; of satisfactory quality, but the scratch white. It dries absolutely dust. i-s! : ? J ;
Britain still tells her losses from ,;,Continuance of this supply is free in from five. to seven hours and gets I
uncer- hard in twenty four hours.
month to month. tain. Large orders from Canada for Another PATHETIC As for economy Lustro has a covering I i Comers we will gi < ---. ,
The following estimates are believed spring' knives, scissors, and pathetic little feature of capacity that is wonderful I

to give a fairly correct idea of I being refused by English razors firms ares or'every day life is the way a stout woman Try Varnish out at a our case risk of,returnable Lustro Elastic if unsatis Floor i G per cent cash di.\. i :
verging middle
the casualties on age will read I
: factory.
The Teutonic Allies held over indefinitely. I II ij I the directions for making the ankles I' all goods sold dui 'tag ;
| Made by Valentine & Co.
Germany _________________2,300,000 I l trim and shapely, to meet the demands -
Austria-Hungary __________1,900,000 The Sentinel's classified columns of the short skirt vogue, and Manufacturers of month of July I andu : r

Turkey ___________________ 230,000 are full of little human interest sto- 'laboriously but confidently go throughall VALSPAR and I D
ries, reflecting the needs of hundreds the prescribed exercises.-Colum- ,. ----. .'

Total ___________________4,430,000The of people. Cultivate the habit of 'bus ((0.) Journal. VALENAMELAll
Entente Allies reading them.Specials. I ;
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France ___________________1,700,000 Guests registering at the San Juan < :
Russia (includes prisoners, 'hotel yesterday included O. Y. Elders, to be had at

1,750,000) ----__________3,500,000 for Satur-H. W. Metcalf J. Edson Andrews, J. I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND i .tviA.

Great Britain _____________ 480,000 C. Metcalf, Frank Cartwell, A. A. FINLEVS PIONEER PAINT
Belgium _________________ 260,000 day and MondayBest Rothenwell H. T. Howard, Jacksonville STORE Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. tfiaiit., iI -

Servia ____________________ 240,000 ; E. Niche, J. C. Tegder, M. Han- Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. .
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Japan ___________________ 1,210 kin, Harry Jarrett, W. N. Sheats, Jr., .....
Italy (no reports of losses)__ 75,000 Patent Flour- Atlanta; R. C. Camp Ocala; J. T. --- .- '-.-- -- --

Montenegro _______________ 30,000 24 pounds ---___________95c Freeman, St. Louis; Perry G. Wall, ; 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'1IIIIIIt 1 '. +*

Portugal (fighting in colo- 12 pounds ______________48c, Tampa; T. H. Wolff, Chas. A. Birch,
nies), and San Marino ___ minor Imported Lemons per doz.18c I New York; H. C. Baggerly, Chicago.
\ Get A of This No !
Pure Ground Coffee Ib._____18c I Copy Catalog

Total --- t---___---_____6,286,210 .Florida Cane Syrup gal.____55c
.New Irish Potatoes, peck, Jacob In this new, big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that is font. 1 .' '
15 BurkhardPLUMBER where the idea is fundamental that the basis of success is laid in a"t- :a.
COST OF TilE WAR'S FIRST pounds _______25c
sery company three or four years before the purchase of the trees by the p
YEAR .Meal. Grits and Scratch Feed, This catalogue tells of the care exercised in planting the seed beds wh '-r '4 T-

9 Ibs. -----------_______25c grown; of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rc"l .
By International News Service No. 10 Pail Lard _____$1.00 exercised in the selection of the budwood, and in the packing and shipping of t i : ;
advice and service rendered by our specialists to the purchasers of our trees. .
The first year of the war has cost No. 4 Pail Lard ------_____40c I In a nut shell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus family is produced L i it h...
the belligerent governments about Lexon Soap 7 bars for _____25c tory and 'lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock. .,.
$16,500,000,000 in direct expendituresfor Washing Powder, 5c. size, 7 Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" 'It points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plr,: trc' J -
packages for their study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might |tl i.at fa; ,-et'1' i
military Experts _____25c
purposes. agreefairly ---- groves tres of the purest strain, and trees which would show in nursery and ft 'ff tb*sr s rw
well on these figures. The Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2 of their ancestry. r

"Berlin Vorwaerts" finds the total pounds for --------_____25c Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we ccift? J..a'I._ .
Breakfast more. This we know our entire stock will be sold. '
$16,676,130,000; the French economist Bacon per lb. 18c. year nursery
and Only a limited number will be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfiel Nn-Ii! : t
Edmond Thery $17,400,000,000; ---------------____20c but whether or not you secure any of these trees we want you to have a cop-f uar :
and the statistician, William Mich- Grape Juice, per pint-______25c most beautiful in colors of any issued, and one that by its frankness, cleat..a* at. ;
aelis, of Berlin $15,240,000,000.This Quarts -----&.-----___50c I ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST will appeal to you. i i
is the of We have not had a great quantity of these catalogues printed, and wt are *. ,,_. -
expense putting Honest Weights and Measures ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. the supply will hardly be sufficient to go around. Y
9,000,000 men into the field for

the Central Powers, and about 13-

000,000 for the allies. Cash Co. i : Lake Garfield Nurseries Company, Bart w FferidaMMMIiMMMMiMIIMIMIHtlllllllMmiiilMMMM .:
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far greater amount lost through the Telephone 648 Phone 204
7 E. Church St. .. .r..tI1r...',.

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"No Nursery Tree Is A First Class I' "' s '

Tree Unless Budded From Beari i N O Fruit Grower can afford to ignore; tJ.f: : : '

ing Trees of Known Quantity and statement when he plants or considers pkny I J.i I .

of Production." grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCI: ,*i : ,. : f eQuality ta: -,: ;

his investments depends on his trees being budded right in the nursery that groom ti"-;

The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have fo 'J' :; -, _

W C onner in bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the,1': :

; Florida yes in the WORLD, where EVERY tree is budded from trees tested foi : hutrYour :
y 0>
t a
z "q;.. t grove is bound to be a paying investment if you use our stock. .

:: '_ : I We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evid*{', i!

: : i I quality is to be found by a careful inspection of our nurseries. They are close 1r .-***d '

k _'e I pleasant over hard-surfaced roads by auto. Wehave opened offices at No. 8, *,*<;'*'**, ;

i qa t : building, and placed Mr. G. Wright in charge. Call on him now and arrange z y4-..

I trees for fall planting. He will take you out to the nurseries and show you exactlj 1J'trf --,

i for your money and how it is grown. Write him for catalogue now, and post up oa :f : ,

j ,, x, TREES," and their importance to you as a planter of a new grove with success 2* j a: fI: i


.OcklawahaNurse'it ;
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t G. G. WRIGHT, Agent

l c ; ', v 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg., Orlando Florida, ,

i Tree like these will work while you sleep. They can't be Grown OTernight-It -:

takes time. Contract for YOUR Supply NOW.


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At the Exposition- Mr. A S. Kivet left yesterday afternoon -' .I'' :

for Plant City where he will .
else in the United States-the safest to I i
.and anywhere way carry spend today with friends. ..
s "travel money" is In the form of "A.B.A." Cheques. They are .' r !
,. accepted: like currency at hotels,ticket offices, and the best stores and + j.
shops. Just countersign a cheque and pay your bill. Issued in Who Pays l' Thursday night. Roof l..t ;'
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$!O. C20, $53 and $100. Garden. 8-1-ltc ..
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I r Mr. G. M. Jacobs, one of Chuluo- ,_ ... ,* .' ,. .. r ". :; (

I R BA"Chequec ta's prosperous citizens, was a busi- .
Bankers Assooifjc.0 ness transactor in Orlando yesterday.Who ?1
;ti (American i; : SAVINGS CHECKS I

Pays Thursday night Roof '.
i Garden. 8-1-4tc .
-.A.B.A..C'toil1 Miss Ruth Hendricks left yesterday
j'y bra<<1tl dd i afternoon for Avon Park where she for Each ;:j I
>IbMI G r + will visit relatives and friends. $1.04 $1.00 ;

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Who Pays? Thursday night, Roof _..-..** They are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid'i.I :
Garden. 8-l-4tc : the JOth'of the month. Get them from the below'merchants:'
Mr. Harry A. Askew, one of theSentinel's
Allen & Company Jewelers. Bakery. 1
faithful and efficient press- W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs. .'IGordon's
men, will leave Monday for Fall River Butt's Refreshments. O. K.Pool Room. I .

Mass., on a visit to his parents. City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries. i'| ... :
Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto SuppliesT. j-
John Empie, Grocer. A. Yancey,Meat Market. ']j
Who Pays? Thursday night, Roof J. L. Femberg Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop Bicjcles f
Garden. 8-1-4tc Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, D
avenue and Arcade building. Store. J j
Miss Elizabeth Rinaldi who has I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co. : 1
been spending several weeks in Orlando J. A. Caplinger Electrician.CoOperative Dr. F. F. Thompson Dentist- I J
Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor. (
with relatives, will leave this Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. ReeL Steam Laundry. J
afternoon for her home in Tampa. T. P. Robinson, Photographer. C. F. Bouton, Shoe Hospital.1


Garden.Who Pays? Thursday night.8-1-4tc Roof 1

Miss Edith Cooper and Master They can be deposited for their face value in the savings def i. I

"Buster" left yesterday morning for ment of the j .
Daytona Beach where they will spend '; iI ,i
several weeks enjoying the delightsat

that resort. The National Bar
Peoples : r I

The State Bank of Orlando ,
Sultana Roll, a delicious dessert for
Sunday dinner. Phone Hand, 566 or I

. 666. ," dd dl d--

Mr. Elmer Rodenbaugh returned to -.H. J
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--- Orlando yesterday from a visit to \ ; .. #
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trip and a general good time. .1 I :; i I
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Economy ered. Hand Ice Cream Co. Phone r ( !
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Buy Now! Mrs. J. C. Hanner and daughtersare ., .

spending today in Tavares with
Mr. JIanner, who is spending a great 1
deal of his time in Lake county looking PACKARD Wins Gi,, C

k after his building operations.. .

f "ELDER" If you spend-$10 a week you save Prize San Franci h'- ; !
$10 a year by asking for savings ; ,

checks. 8-1-tf .; ..

Miss Mary Smith left yesterday af- ,
ternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine The only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Fari- ''

Water for Jacksonville where she will, visit and.the.First Jtfedal of Honor
I Spring ama-Pacific International Exposition, .. ,
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her mother, Mrs. A. L. Smith, and sis- .
both awarded to PACKARD.
s ters, 1Irlbert Brown and Mrs. R. .
F. Holland. It is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali "

1 '. ties of permanent success that are back of,the new 9S
a Is a standard for If you spend $10 a week you save
$10 a year by asking for savings

a purity, aids diges- checks. 8-1-tf Packard Twin-Six

Mr. H. M. Voorhis, the popular ,
tion and eliminates
.; head bookkeeper and general "good ',1. ,
j nature artist" at the Peoples National
acidity.This :: :: Bank, returned last evening from a

deserved vacation which he spent with

being accomplished a world ol[sick" relatives in Athens, Ohio. COmpd.li '
San Juan
Garage }
ness Is saved. Nature provided Spring Water : ; .
If you spend $10 a week yOu save
and Spring Water alone for mankind and $10 a year by asking for ,savings t .. 1 '
i Orlando Daytona
checks. 8-1-tf .
nothing can take its place.BEGIN -- .. J (

'. Mrs. G. C. Robinson and 'little t} DISTRIBUTORS .

NOW daughter, Helen of Fort Meade, are t 3A
.r visiting Mrs. Robinson's parents, Mr. e
, and Mrs. I. B. Lantz of this city. 1.1'1'11 I'I'.I

They will be in the city ,several _

Elder Spring Water Co. weeks. i .I II MtlltlltltHMHttHI-- "....aq. ;;:.

t T ORLANDO, FLORIDA If you spend $10 a week you save
$10 a year by asking for savings Who Will Be Your Executor
checks. 8-1-tf
Phone WRIGHT 444
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Messrs. B. L. Griffin and Mack

Watson, representative citizens of .. ANSWER NO. 2 "
t Ocoee, motored to Orlando yesterday Your estate may be *materially j impaired as a s ,} :, .f

____. ___ _. and spent several hours mingling- direct result of the appointment of an executor ;;'* w ';
with business associates and -
greeting -
or trustee. +.f +
I I friends. When an individual is appointed ,:. v' e f

Just think of a Neapolitan brick, The financial responsibility is generally weaker.
one quart, packed and delivered to
your home, 40c. Sunday. Hand's. Ice It is usually provided in wills that the person
Cream Co. Phone 566 or 666. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
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I from giving bonds.
Mr. J. A. Abberger will to-
it is at the ex- # .
When surety bonds are supplied,
morrow for Cincinnati where he will
.. meet Mrs. Abberger, who has been pense of the estate, and. then only partial secu- __ r ._.-,, 1 .

spending some time in the North, and rity against loss is provided. r,

As to the.exact stuff that dreams are made of, but there : together they will return to DiUsboro, When a Trust Company is selected-

Is a certain period in the lives of most of us when our : N. C., where they will enjoy e in The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with : the mountains for several weeks. is secured.A }

Diamonds. bond which has behind itjthe entire financial -
Come out to the big masquerade strength- the Institution is always filed with t t _
A merchant is the ball at Wekiwa Springs, Thursday ,
reliable diamond best sort of
the estate
cost to
evening, August 5. Lots of fun. Everybody the Probate Court at no Ir r
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. invited. Boating and bath. subsequent issue .; ,
Answer No.3 wrll appear in a
in the .
ing afternoon. 7-30-6t .
May we pilot yOUr matrimonial'bark? ; tes
of this
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M. N. Sightler and G. B. Berry, of

-I 1i Orlando were visitors in the city t. Come in any time and freely ask for further ? ;7 ,
Thursday. They were looking for information on this vitally important subject.
rental property and expect to"mOVE I' ;: You are always welcome, and bur officers are always -

T. H. their families and engage in the fish glad to advise. 1
ing business.-Kissimmee Valley Ga- .1 < < ; <

4 *V zette. ; + The Orlando< Bank & Tryst Coriif j ;,

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Personal instruction under DrTSlfll lat : < 'J ,
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