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 22, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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ISTS OF THE KING'S ARMY BE ALLOWED Queenstown, Aug. 21.Thirtyninepersons Elgin, Ill., Aug. 21. Gill Anderson, IN WHICH WAR MUNITIONSARE
are missing as a result of the driving a Stutz, won the big road race
LEAVE TURKEY UNRESTRICTED sinking of the Arabic, according to for the Elgin National trophy here

the official tabulation which was com- this afternoon.

Populace Of Rome Greet Turkish War pleted officials.tonight by the White Star Line I!came Earl in Cooper second., also Eddie driving O'Donnell a Stutz, ina Premier Viviana Will Form The New '

The tabulation is as follows: Cabin Dusenburg, took third. Of France .
With Great Enthusiasm Ministry
passengers saved, 121; missing, 12. De Palma was fourth.

Steerage passengers saved, 42; missing Anderson's time was 2:34:25, aver-

The Turkish Government Having Made No Reply to Italy's Ulti- 6. Crew saved, 227; missing, 21. age 77.256 miles an hour. No Criticism Directed at General Joffre, Whose Services in Winning -
Total saved, 390; missing, 39. The distance run was 301 miles.
matum, the Ambassador of the Latter Country Presentedthe Battle of the Marne Saved Paris From German Occupation -

Italian Declaration That a State of War Is Con- -May Receive Appointment as Minister of '

sidered to Exist Between the Two Countries, GERMAN( NAVAl FORCES( I IN War and May Even Be Awarded Life Appoint- i

and Demands His Passports From Authorities ment as Marshal of France in Recognition -

at ConstantinopleRome of His Services

Aug. 21.-That Italy has issued a declaration of war BAlTIC PENETRATED( ( ( GUlf Paris, Aug. 21.-The French ministry will be reorganized, in i

against Turkey was officially announced here tonight. The declar- order to stop acute criticism, but Premier Viviani is likely to have

ation came at the end of a'short cabinet session which was con- charge of the reconstruction.The .

vened upon failure to receive the Turkish reply to the Italian ulti- cause of the present military coup is the dissatisfactionof

matum. Of RIG4.N4 V BATTLE( powerful senators over the failure of the present war ministry ,f

The Italian demands were that the reservists of the king's army to supply adequate munitions to the army.

be permitted to leave Turkey without restriction.It General Joffre's service to his country has been far too emi-

was officially announced that no reply having been made to nent for the politicians of any party to cast the slightest suspicionof
A Italy's ultimatum, the Italian ambassador at Constantinople had SEVERAL REQUIRED incompetency upon him. ,

been instructed to present a declaration of war to Turkey. The FIELD OF MINES; MANY BOATS OF BOTH GERMAN He may receive the appointment as war minister, and it is even

meeting was held amid scenes of great excitement.The AND RUSSIAN FLEETS SUNK AND said that he may be made marshal of France as a permanent reward

populace apparently is eager for strife with Turkey. OTHERS DAMAGED for the great victory of the Marne which saved Paris from

German occupation.
.I I
Italian Ambassador Demands His Carl Dann's Car Berlin, Aug. 21.-Two Russian gunboats and one Russian torpedo _

Passports boat were destroyed, and two other Russian torpedo boats DEFEAT AUSTRIANS IN AIR w

Constantinople, Aug. .-The Mar- were seriously damaged, and three German torpedo boats were Hopes Of PeaceIn ,

quis Di Garondi, Italian ambassadorto Stolen Last damaged by mines, one being sunk and another beached, and the Paris.-Italian aeroplanes defeatedan x

Turkey, tonight demanded his pass- Mexico Austrian air squadron off the Adri-
third one reached port safely, after the battle between the Ger-
ports, immediately after deliveringltay's NightThe atic coast, according to a dispatch to t
declaration that a state of war man and the Russian fleets in the Baltic, it was officially an- }

is considered to exist between the two nounced by the admiralty this afternoon.The CrushedWashington the Figaro from Turin. Three of the ,

J countries. beautiful Cadillac eight cylin- official German announcement concerning the battle follows Austrian machines were brought. L. .". '> -
down, and their crews were either }
der touring car belonging to Carl : Aug. .-The hopes
killed or made prisoners.
LESS THAN 300 LOST Dann was stolen from in front of the "Our naval forces on the Baltic penetrated the gulf of Riga of the administration and its Latin The Figaro's correspondent says' ,4

,skating rink last night between eight after after making a passage through the mine fields. The task conferees that their peace plan for that the Italian squadron forced 'an
Washington, D. C.-Governor Fer- Mexico would bear fruit received a {
and nine o'clock. required several days. I engagement upon the Austrians after
guson, of Texas, telegraphed President The theft was discovered about nine __ crushing set-back today when General a long stern chase. The Italian avia-
Wilson that the loss of life from I Obregon, the military leader of the tors returned to their base without
o'clock and a search was immediately
the tropical sotrm along the Texas constitutionalists, transmitted his reply -
started. All towns in each direction : WILLIAM R. SPEIR DEAD SCOOERCARROL LOST loss or injury. rI
coast will not exceed 390 and that estimates were notified and machines took to their appeal, and announcedthat I "r

of the damage have been up he stood solidly behind Carranza.It INDIANAPOLIS WILL HONOR I
the chase. About ten o'clock the car
greatly exaggerated. The message was discovered in the mule lot east of Well Known Orlando Man Diedat Fishing Vessel Sunk in West is now plain that Carranza will RILEY x
reads: absolutely refuse his consent to the
the ice plant. The thief started north Lakeland Yesterday Indian Hurricane Which
from the Texas the Mex-
"Have just returned Pan-American settlement
but ran into the blockade on the new Indianapolis, Ind.-This city is
coast and find your generous messageof AfternoonApoplexyCaused Struck Galveston; One ican problem.
planning to honor James Whitcomb
brick road, and becoming frightenedand
the 19th awaiting me. Investigation DeathThe Man Missing The constitutionalist civil governors '
< October 7 the
< fearing capture, he ran the car Riley on anniversary
discloses that the damage has and military commanders will back
of the "Hoosier Poet's" birth.
into the lot and made his Manyof
been greatly exaggerated and that When found the engine was still escape.run- news was received in Orlando Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 21.-The fish- him up to the last man. ( the foremost men and women in '
the loss of life on the Texas coast ning. yesterday afternoon of the sudden ing schooner Thomas Carroll, owned With the leaders of the constitu- American literary and public life will. l

will not exceed 300. death of Mr. William R. Speir, which by E. E. Saunders & Co., of this city, tionalists thus aligning themselves be invited to a banquet in celebration.
"The situation is well in hand, but occurred in Lakeland about 1 o'clock. was sunk in the hurricane which solidly under the banner of their

as yet it is not fully determined what BASEBALL RESULTS His death was caused by apoplexy.Mr. struck Galveston Monday night. The I chief, administration officials realize Senor Cardoza, Brazilian ministerto

assistance is necessary. I desire to Speir came to Orlando in 1868, vessel had gone into Galveston and that the big problem is to decide what Mexico, called at the White House ,

thank you sincerely for your manifes- American League and had he lived until today, he would reported to her owners here the day can be done with Carranzaz, who has today. 1

tation of our interest in them." Cleveland 5, Philadelphia 3. have reached his sixty-sixth birthday.He before the storm. A wire came last so far refused to be a party to any President Wilson thanked him for

St. Louis 1, Boston 4. is survived by one daughter, Miss night from the captain saying the movement looking toward peace. all he has done during the past yearin

PATRIOTIC DEMONSTRATION: IN Chicago 1-2, New York 6-3. Annie L. Speir of this city, and one vessel had been sunk and one man, Arrangements are being made for Mexico for the United States. :

BERLIN Detroit-Washington, rain. sister, Mrs. Lizzie Cook, of Tampa. the cook, is missing.The the reconvening of the Pan-American Cardoza, it is understood, made no
/ Federal League The remains were brought to Orlando captain had been to Houston,
Mexican conference in New York, at recommendations, but supplied a com-
Amsterdam, via London.-A great Baltimore 0, Kansas City 6. last night on the 12:30 train, and as and, owing to the railroads being out which this momentous subject will be prehensive statement of the difficul-

patriotic demonstration took place before Newark 2, Pittsburgh 4. yet no arrangements have been madeas of commission, walked to Galveston discussed. ties by which the general situation is
Buffalo 9-5, Chicago 3-2. to the time of his funeral.Mr. when the storm subsided. Finding his surrounded.A
the palace of the chancellor at Until a decision has been reachedby
Berlin. Dr. Bethmann-Hollweg, wild- Brooklyn 3-9, St. Louis 1-1. Speir was everybody's friend vessel sunk, he wired to the owners the conference "watchful waiting"will message from General Funston
and everybody was his friend. Un- here. What injury was sustained by
National that Mexicans
ly cheered, appeared on a balcony and League continue. today indicates near
briefly addressed the throng. Philadelphia 7-3, Chicago 5-2. consciously and unknown to him, his the smack is not known. Information received today indicates the border are continuing their daily

New York 4, St. Louis 5. life will inculcate among us a spiritof that conditions are still bad in I pastime of shooting at American sol '
fairness, gentleness and kindness, RETURNED FROM: EXPOSITION '
Boston 3-2, Pittsburgh 1-0. diers.
emphasizing the value of integrityand
CRUISER Brooklyn 1-1, Cincinati 4-9. '
implanting within us a fidelity Miss Mattie Young, the popular and
Southern League which makes us manlier and better efficient stenographer in the office of State Federation Wesley Bible.
Petrograd, Aug. 21.-It has been Little Rock 0-4, Atlanta 7-5.
and better citizens. It will leave
men Lord & Bradshaw, who left Orlando I
announced that an British Nashville 0, Mobile 6.
its impression after he has passed. with several friends in
lady early
Here In October
submarine has "successfully" torpe- Chattanooga 0-3, Birmingham 5-4. Classes Meets
6 When we go to the Great Beyond, July for a trip West, returned to Orlando :
,, doed a German cruiser in the Baltic.Ambassador Memphis 2, New Orleans 5.
may the fame be said of us. We can yesterday and reports having a ka
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I take nothing more and can leave nothing delightful time. She visited Salt
I Plans have been definitely maturedby i gathering promises to be to Orlando,
Gerard To Ask For I behind us save the esteem and regard -.Lake City, Yellowstone Park, Colorado which Orlando is to be signally I it may be mentioned that Dr. J. D. ).
of our fellow men won by our Springs, and spent a week at the R
I' I: Bulla, the general Sunday school sec- 1;
work. 'honored: in the near future, this city .
own exposition in San Francisco. :
From i I retary, has prepared a map for use on
An Explanation Germany Later:-The funeral will be from I I[having been chosen as the place for I the cover page of the October issueof
the residence atI o'clock. Interment I
LONG AUTO TRIP [organizing a State Federation of Bible "The Bible Student," which has a ;.
will be in Mizelle I
Washington, Aug. 21.-It was an- Arabic, was returning to his home I I cemetery. I I Classes under the auspices of theIethodist circulation of 160,000 copies. This 4-
H. L. Beeman and
Mr. and Mrs.
to- from three months service with the I I:\ church. map will show Orlando as a central
nounced at the state department
day that Ambassador Gerard will be American ambulance corps at Neully, COTTON HAS: BEEN DECLARED: their son, Mr. Edwin Beeman, and i I 1 The date selected is October 24-26. point and the seat of the 1915 federa- ;
ABSOLUTE] CONTRABANDBY their chauffeur left yesterday
I from 300 to tion meeting. .i
France. is planned to bring ;
directed German i I jit
to call the govern- '
GREAT BRITAIN ing in their large Packard'touring ;
for the The publicity plans of the State
ment's attention to the sinking of the The following statement was given 500 delegates together pur-
White Star liner Arabic, and to invite out today at the office of the White car for an extended motor trip pose of organizing a state federation. Sunday school board arealso far t
London, Aug. 21.-Great Britain tonight through New York state, the New of national I reaching and will turn and
an explanation. Star steamer line: "We are in position | Several speakers reputation many eyes
to state that the following passengers declared cotton absolute contra- England states, and Canada. i[ have been secured to address many feet toward our beautiful little (

s I band. Announcement was made officially the delegates. Among others we are I J
reported missing did not :
Arabic Not Convoyed em- city.The 1
by the foreign office, where it mention James At- I local committee on reception .'
London, Aug. 21.-The British gov- bark on the Arabic: Marquis Davis, ; :pleased to Bishop
ernment today authorized the state- Mrs. Fisher, Mr. Sand. I was learned upon inquiry that the i kins, Dr. Bulla, Miss Kilpatrick Mrs. and entertainment, soon to be select'i
that the II I I French government will issue a similar Dr. Hamel. Only two conferenceshave II ed, will not ask for free entertain- .
ment -
Arabic was
steamship I The funeral of the late T. A. Yan- .
not being convoyed when she was tor- Two Americans Missing !i notice early tomorrow. will be held at the residence on thus far formed such federa- ment, but will be pleased to get special j.I

pedoed by a German submarine. Queenstown, Aug. 21.-After check- cey tions, the Central Texas and the I rates at hotels, restaurants and 1
Division street this afternoon at 3:30.
ing up all lists of Americans on the THE WEATHERFor !South Carolina. At the federation rooming houses, as this is all the fed- 3
Rev. Tolson will officiate in place of '
Had Served in Ambulance Corps Arabic, the United States consulate meeting recently held in Spartanburgmore eration asks or expects. Of course it ,
Dean Remsen, who is out of the city.
London, Aug. 21.-Dr. Edmund F. reports that the only Americans miss- Florida: Generally fair Sun- than 1,200 delegates were in at- is planned, however, to entertain the

Woods, of Janesvflle, Wis., who is be- ing are Mrs. Josephine L. Bruguiereand day; gentle to moderate shifting The best Wright & Ditson tennis tendance.i speakers who have part on the pro-
lieved to have lost his life on the Dr. Edmond T. Woods. winds. balls 33 cents. Curtis & O'NeaL i an evidence of the value such a gram, and officers of the state board.

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Mrs. Geo. Benschbach, $1; Mrs. !imillillMiHIMIIIililMIHiiilliiltllilllllMMIIitlMiHHIMIIIMi MUIIII.
t of Contributors To The
List Blanch Hall' $1; L. A. Beman, $60; ..

Wm. Edwards, Zellwood, $5; Louise .

t Local Associated Charities FundAs Lena, $1; :Mrs. Henry Waters, $1; ...

S. J. Sligh, $5; J. W. Wilmot, $2.50; ..
Mrs. Blanch Mallet, $1 Kincaid &
requests have been made that Mrs. W. H. Howard, $3; Mrs. H. E. ;
I Snowden, $5; W. Carter, $2; Mrs. C. -...
I l a complete list giving names of persons Yelvington, $5; Mrs. Whory, $1; Mrs. W. D. Dunn, $5; Mrs. Harold Bourne, .

who have contributed, and those I W. A. Dade, $1; Mrs. Z. V. Raulerson, $5; J. G. McKinner, $2.50; B. M. Robinson -

; who have promised aid to the Associated $1; Mrs. Mary O. Beeman, $25; Mrs.J. i $15; :Miss Mary Howard, $1;
. Charities, together with the N. McElroy, $5; Mr. Allan Weath- Benj. Drew, $1; Hiipert & Faul, $1;
amounts given or pledged, be printedin ersbee, $10; Mrs. Mary N. Calvert, Mrs. Florence Bliss, $1; Orlando Bank
the daily papers, this is here givenin $1; Claudia DeLaney, $5; L. O. Curry, and Trust Co., $25; Peoples National
full of the contribution or pledgeas $10; Mrs. B. L. Criner, $6; A. D. Cor- Bank, $25; Cook Auto Co., $12; Mur-
made by the year. Part of these nell, $5; Mr. Hudson, $2.25; Mr. and ry King, $60; W. S. Branch, $25;
will be paid in monthly installments, Mrs. Macy, $20; Mrs. W. G. Johnson, Chas. Lord, $6; J. N. Bradshaw, $6; ;
but a large proportion of the sums $5; Mrs. J. H. McCullough, $12; Mrs. Mrs. J. N. Pedrick, $2; Mrs. W. L. 7
promised have not been paid, and it M. A. DeLaney, $1; Mrs. J. Mussel- Yowell, 50c.; Mrs. J. C. Sikes, 50c.;
is earnestly desired that contributorswill white, $5; Mrs. Peebles, $1; Mrs. Flor- Mrs. N. B. Shaup, 25c.; Mrs. A. Y.
aid by sending in their gifts, ence Hudson, $1; J. E. Bradley, $1; Fuller, 50c.; Mrs. Geo. Phillips,. 50c.;
avoiding further delay and difficultyin 'Miss\ Alta Wright, $1; Bumby Hardware Mrs. L. H. Meyer, 50c.; Mrs. M. E.

collecting the pledges.To I Co., $10; L. J. Barlow, $1; Mrs. Crenshaw, 50c.; :Mrs. F. F. Vining, 1916 H
August 18th the cash received ,Inez Bellows, $2.50; Mr. and Mrs. E. 25c.; Mrs. C. C. Beck, 50c.; Ella D.
amounted to $485.21, the expenditures LaRue Bliss, $2; W. A. Bunch, $1; Cargill, 50c.; Mrs. W. E. Powell, 50c.;
being $93.00. During the few weeks I i Mrs. C. J. Caldwell, $5; Mrs. M. N. Mrs. J. B. Magruder, 50c.; Mrs. R. S.
since this organization was formed, Leu, $1; Mrs. L. C. Massey, $1; Mr. Litchfield, 50c.; Jas. DeLaney, 50c.;
15 families have been aided, these including L. C. Massey, $5; Mary Nettles, $1; Mrs. W. R. King, 2oc.: ; Mrs. J. H.
45 individuals. : Deaconess Parkhill, $2; N. J. Riggs, Vick, 50c.; Mrs. McLean, 50c.; Mrs.P. .
Yearly Gifts Made or Promised :I$3; Elizabeth Smith, $5; Geo. Fisher, S. Morton, 50c.; Mrs. Charlotte the BIGGEST Values of the Year
Mrs. J. C. Bass Mrs. W. A. 50c. Mrs. N. J. Merck
Woman's Civic League, $60; Mrs. I.$5; $1; Cuthridge, ; ,
A. Haden, $12; Rev. II. R. Remsen, I I Clark, $1; Mr. W. A. Doan, $5; Mrs. 50c.; Mrs. A. Burke, 25c.; Mrs. W. C.
$12; II. L. Beeman and family, $60; !I A. Dunnaway: $1; Mrs. R. W. Hammond Park, 50c.; Mrs. J. C. Dale, 35c.; ; Mrs.
Mrs.\ J. W. Jones, $1 Mr. R J. Reel 25c. Mrs. J. C Tracy, 25c.
Mrs. J. T. Fuller, $12; Jas. L. Giles i. $1; ; ; ; 1
and family, $60; Orlando Water and I E. Jump, $3; B. W. Kingsley, wood Bula Homeota, 50c.; Mrs. Paul Phil-
Light Co., $60; Mrs. G. E. Edwards, i'I promised; A. B. Russell, $1; Mrs. W. lips, 50c.; Vulcanizing Shop, 25c.; ,. mi r
Smith Mrs. L. C. Starbuck Mack 50c. Lulu W. Norment
$12; Mrs. J. II. Heltzen, $3; Mrs. E. I I H. $3; $5; Peter ; ,
E. White, $3; Mrs. F. A. Peppercorn, F. J. Terry, $5; W. W. Yothers, $5; 50c.; Mrs. J. M. Platt, 50c.; Jira Skin-
$3; Mrs. W. P. Watson, $12; Mrs. G. I I L. L. Griffin, $5; T. O. Brown, $2; ner, 50c.; S. E. Limpus, 25c.; Mrs. J. !
I Lawrence Lawton, $6; Anna Westfall, L. Lanier, 50c.; :Mr. and Mrs. Chas. i
McKay, $12; Mrs. Lulu Daerr, $6; I *
Mrs. R. Partin, $3; Mrs. Alfred Porter '!$1; Allen & Co., $3; Martha: Ryden, Phillips' 50c.; Mrs. Chapman, 10c.; A:
Geo. Bloom, Mac Tallman, $1 :Mrs. West 25c. H. Kanner 50c. .
$3; Mrs. J. N. Young, $1.80; Mrs. $2; $1; ; ; ;
C. A. Carpenter, $3; W. Powell, $1.20; Edith Gerard, $1; J. P. Holbrook, $1; Mrs. II. Fressell, 50c.; N. Francisco, L. "-- .powerThe
Mrs. A. F. Scruggs, $3; South Flor- Dr. Stagg, $20; Mrs. Partridge, $1; 25c.; F. M. Kenney, 25c.; :Mrs. L. L.
ida Foundry, $12; :Mrs. W. J. Swear- I D. E. Fishback, $1; Mrs. Dougherty, Thornton, 50c; :Mr. Westover, 35c.;
ingen, $3; Dr. Estes, $24; Miss Norma $1; David Rogers, $12; M. R. Mc- Simon Krebel, 50c.; :Mrs. :Metz, 25c.; motors have been enlarged to 3 7-8 inches in bore, and many
Cracken, $1; Mrs. Mahlon Gore, $5; Mrs. R. J. Peer, 25c.; Mr. Forage,
Gettier Gilchrist
$3; Miss Mary $3; I notable improvements. And the 4-cylinder motor develops 4045H.
Mr. B. Beacham, $60; :Mrs. R. P. Mrs. C. W. Johnson, $1; Mrs. A. L.I 50c.; Jas. Beggs, 50c.; Seth Woodruff,
Buckmaster, $6; Mrs. R. A. Morey, Lucius, $1; Mrs. T. A. Yancey, $1; D. I $5; :Mayor Sperry, $60; :Mrs. R. P. P., while the 6-cylinder develops 50-55.H. P.
$G; Mrs. Carl Dann, $6; Mrs. J. W. S. Bardo, $1; Andrew Harris, $1.50; Simmes, 50c.; State Bank, $25; Mrs.
Mr. Jas. Spellman, $2; W. D. White, Jos. Bumby, Sr. $5; The Sentinel,
Peelis, $1.20 Mrs. W. M.Wells,$2.40
; ; FIRST of the POWER, size and quality ever
P. F. Laubach, $12; Helms Hardware $2; John Rowland, $2.50; Mr. Brokaw, $12; J. M. Caruthers, $2; Mr. Frye, They are the cars

, Co., $12; Mr. Feinberg, $12; Mr. Top- $2.50; :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guernsey, 50c.; :Mrs. John Rowland, $2.50; S. F. priced so low. -
, liff, $12; Dr. Buckmaster, $12; Yow- $50; Mr. Walter Drennen, $5; J. J. Davis, $1; Judge Wm. Martin, $10.
ell-Duckworth Co., $60; Dr. and Mrs. Newell, $2; Kent & Co., $25; E. H.
A. B. Whitman, $6; W. S. Jameson, Gore, $5; N. C. Robertson, $5; Mr. FEW SEE FUNERAL CAR
$6; Mrs. W. E. Gore, $6; Mr. Jas. A. Lawton, $5; W. M. Davis, $5; E. S.
Knox $6; Southern Fertilizer Co., $6; Keys, $5; Young's Repair Shop, $5; Greensboro, N. C.-Only a few per-
Frank A. Smith, $6; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. C. McLean, $5; Dr. E. Akers, $10; sons gathered around the car in which comfortThe
H. Reese, $24; City of Orlando, $120; W. M. Slemons, $1; Mrs. Rush, $3; the Frank funeral party travelled, -
Dickson-Ives Co., $48; T. H. Evans, Mrs. J. A. Huntington, $1; Mrs. O. M. during the train's stay of ten minutes
$12; Mrs. Pedrick, $2; Mr. Frank Bonner, $1; Mrs. W. G. Walker, $1; here this afternoon. Mrs. Frank, whois extreme COMFORT of the 1916 Studebaker Cars is noteworthy -
Hyers, $5; Mrs. J. P. Ramsey, $5; J. F. Jackson, $2; Col. and Mrs. Wat- said to be almost prostrated, remained -
Mrs. T. P. Warlow, $5; Mrs. W. M. kins, $25; S. A. Griffin, $5; Phillips in her state room, with cur- Both has been increased in length. The Forty-H. P.

Glenn, $5; Mrs. M. L. Smith, $3; Mr. Garage Co., $6; Herbert Smith, $1; l i tains drawn.IIIIIMIIItMIIIIMIieillilllieMIHaiMMIIIIIIMIil. FOUR to 112 inches. The Fifty H. P. SIX to 122 inches.

C. B. Robinson, $10; G. L. Dunnerly, I

$1; C. Casserwein, $2; Mrs. Kate Built for 7 passengers' COMFORT, the bodies are extraordinarily ,
Wright, $5; Mrs. LeRoy Giles, $5; J. I
M. Barnett, $1; Mrs. A. P. Curry, $5; ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY : roomy. There is plenty of leg-room everywhere. The cushionsare

Mrs. John Burden, $2; II. J. Simmes, I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA wider and deeper. And the folding seats in the tonneau,
$1; Mrs. C. S. McEwan, $1; Mrs. E.
McMakin, $1; Mrs. F. A. Curtis, $5; I Established 1866 which are simply cushioned, can be let down into recesses in the

Reba White, $1.50; Elsie Peral, $1;
Mrs. B. W. Kingsley, $1; Mrs. Emily High-Class Boarding School for young ladies in charge of floor, completely disappearing from sight when not in use.
Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic and
Hawes, $1; Mrs. W. H. Story, $3; Y.
non-Catholic families of this and other states. Buildings splendidly :
C. Duncan, $1; Mrs. E. C. Hoskins, equipped with all modern conveniences. Delightful and healthy .
$2; Mrs. A. F. Butt, $2; Mrs. 0. W. location in quaint and artistic Ancient City. Course thorough, em- :
Wyley and Miss Wyley, $5; J. II. t bracing al branches requisite for a solid and refined education. .
Music, Painting, languages, Comercial Course. Terms moderate.For .
Tucker, $5; Duke Hall, $10; Mr. and finishThe
full particulars, write :
Mrs. Tenny, $10; Mrs. O. N. Larsen, I SISTER SUPERIOR.il'MtllMIIIIMIItlMiliMlitllllMIIMIItlllMMMH. -
$1; Mrs. Brigham, $5; Miss Alice .
Whitman, $1; Mrs. G. B. Foster, $1; I
c. W. Goodrich, $10; Mrs. B. G. Aber- ,. bodies now pass thro' 25 color and varnish operations In the

nethy, $2.50; L. F. Robinson, $5; Mrs.B. lustre that few at pricecan
finish, and the result is a satiny cars any
M. Robinson, $5; Mrs. H. H. Put- Where Shall I Go To School?
man, $1; Mrs. C. E. Wade, $1; PeterE. match. The crown fenders, hood and radiator are finished ]in

Palen, $5; Mrs. J. M. Cheney, $5; FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR. THE STATE UNIVERSITY a new FLEXIBLE enamel of Studebaker's own formula, which is
Mrs. F. A. Lewter, $1; W. A. Ball, WOMEN Gainesville, Fla.
$5; Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Walton, $5; Tallahassee, Fla. baked on. :
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Mrs. H. M. Jones, $5; A. G. Kollock, Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the ,
$1; W. Sinclair, $1; Mrs. J. D. Beggs, best colleges and universities in the 'largest and best Universities of the :
$1; Anna S. Holt, $1; Florence Mc- country. North and East.

Daniel, $1; S. E. Shuping, $1; Mrs. T. Modern buildings and equipment; 378 students last session. Total en- ,
all modern conveniences.
H. Wilson, $1; Capt. Jouett, $1; Mrs. 437 students regular term; 163 rollment 630, including Summer
Cornish, $1; Mrs. W. S. Coleman, $1; summer term; total enrollment last School.
Mrs. Mary Scott, $5; W. H. Robertson session 636.Tuition .
Free in College and Nor- Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per
$5; Miss Eunice Ives, $1; Miss
mal School semester for law.
Lizzie Mathews, $1; Mrs. Jas. Man- For Catalogue and information, ,
uel, $1; Mrs. C. G. Norris, $1; Sylvia For further information, address
B. Barnett, $2; Bessie Minor, $2.50; CONRADI President. A. A. MURPHREE, President.


Touring Car, 7-passenger ______. .------$ 885

AT JOYLAND Roadster, 3-passenger __________________ 850 .

Landau-Roadster, 3-passanger ____________1185 -


Touring Car, 7-passenger.--------------$1050
-- Landau-Roadster, 3-passenger ___________ 1350

Roadster, 3-passenger __________________ 1000F.

0. B. Detroit

Fox Presents BETTY NANSEN in


San Juan Garage Co...


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Miami, Fla.-At the session of the Christiana, Norway, via London Miami, Fla.-Engineers locating the Key West, Fla.-Following allega-
"Dade county school board the arrangement The halting yesterday of the Norwe- coast section have reached Estero, is I tions of irregularities brought to the

was completed by which gian mail steamer Haakon VII., and the word received from E. G. Wilkinson attention of the council by Council- ."-
the school board of the new county of the seizure of mails by a German of Monita Springs, concerningthe man Arthur Gomez at its regular
Browwrd will sell to the commissioners submarine have been followed by a work on the Tamiami Trail. This meeting held in the city hall, the
of that county the old school protest to Berlin and a demand for information is taken as an indicationthat board accepted a resolution request-

building at Fort Lauderdale, to be the return of the mails to Norway.The the Lee county people are push ing the city attorney to prepare with
used for courthouse purposes. The Haakon VII. was bound from ing work on their part of the trail.A the least possible delay, an applica-

arrangement is an amicable one be- Bergen to England.The letter from Mr. Wilkinson was I tion addressed to the governor requesting -
tween the two boards of that county,I postmaster general reports that received by the chamber of commerce a state auditor be sent to .
and the sale at this time was deemed I the commander of the submarine or- today, in which he states that Fort the city for the purpose of making a w
essential in order that the Broward I dered the jettisoning of all printed Lauderdale people are in Lee county I complete audit of its affairs.
county officials might proceed to matter and packages destined to countries -I trying- to get a road southeast from-

make necessary improvements to the hostile to Germany. All letters Labelle. "But we are going ahead MARSHALL FAVORS MILITARY
building, and put it in shape for and remittance money are said to and will work with Dade county in TRAINING IN PUBLIC O
courthouse purposes. Safety vaults have been taken aboard the subma- this matter," writes Mr. Wilkinson. SCHOOLS

will be put in and the various rooms rine.The "The south road is assured and I \'. .--
rearranged, at an expense of several mail consisted of. accumulations don't look for anything by the north
Kansas Mo.-Vice-President O
's thousand dollars. since the sailing on Monday of route, as the people there can't get City _
Marshall declared himself in favor of
The price for the building, including the previous steamer. Included were together and a majority of our board
military training in the schools in
about eight lots, which will constitute seven sacks of mail for Denmark. is from the coast and Fort Myers." a i'd
'& the court yard, was agreed What the newspapers term the I :statement here today.
I "I do not believe in forced
I upon as $12,000. The school board of "mail theft" has aroused a storm of CHATTANOOGA FIRM GETS BIG military .
training, Mr. Marshall said. "It
Broward county will receive this resentment. CONTRACT FOR WORK
seems un-American, but boys and
amount, which will be applied toward German submarines are said to be .
men could be trained in the
the completion of the new school watching every inlet to the important Fort l\Iyers.-Contracts for munici- young "White.Beaaty".4.u".4i.w.
high schools and colleges without loss .g..iu4M
building at Fort Lauderdale. ports of Norway. pal improvements, which mean the
of time. In case of war the United .
spending of approximately $125,000, States would need many officers to THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM
MANATEE BOARD IS WELL OFF GOLDEN WEDDINGSIt were awarded yesterday to the Southern -
train volunteers. I can think of no
Manufacturing of "The Hoosier Cabinet Saves
Clay company better place to train officers than in Steps"The
Manatee, Fla.-The annual reportof s rather unusual to have two Chattanooga, represented by W. R. the schools of .
our country.
W. M. Bowlett, county superintendent golden wedding anniversaries in one Fuller, of Tampa. The Chattanooga low price of this wonderful labor-saving machine
of public in.-*ruction, to the state town within a week, but Orlando is !firm received the contracts in compe- on the club plan is fixed everywhere by the Hoosier fact-
superintendent, jus.. ,** pleted, gives to have this distinction. On August I tition with four others. POSTPONE PANAMA EXPOSITION ory. You pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms.
some facts and figures of interest, 26th, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Starbuckwill I Practically three miles of brick Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and
pertaining to the work of education in celebrate their 50th marriage an streets are to be laid under the con- Colon, Panama.-William F. Tuttle, have it save two hours from your kitchen work tomorrow.

the county. niversary. They are the parents of tracts, and a mile and a half of seweris United States commisioner to the exposition OSCAR HAND & SON
The school board has some valuable Mr. Victor Starbuck, who besides being I to be put down. The improvements at Panama, which was to

property, aggregating close to a II a well' known attorney, is a poetof will put Fort Myers, Mr. Fuller have opened next December, has suc- -
quarter of a million dollars. School some distinction, his works appear ;states, among the most up to date ceeded in inducing President Porrasof

buildings '" the county are valued at ing in Harper's, Literary Digest, and cities. Work is expected to begin at Panama to postpone the opening s1 :
$202,950; lots, $24,485; furniture, other publications.On an early date.HANDLE. until February, 1916, so that American JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONSSanford

$13,990; apparatus, $3,682; libraries, the 31st of August, Mr. and exhibits can be brought from the I
$1,385. Mrs. S. R. Hudson, another well SHIPMENTS FREE exposition at San Francisco.

The total receipts given in the report known Orlando couple, will happily to JacksonvilleAND

show $131,329.70. This includesa celebrate their golden wedding anni San Antonio, Tex.-In response to Guests registering at the San Juan
balance on hand at the beginningof versary. Mr. Hudson is one of the a telegram received from Mayor hotel yesterday include W. P. Crigler, RETURN

the school year of $12,825.44 and pioneer newspaper men of Florida, Campbell, of Houston, this morning, Ocala; S. A. Loeb, A. O. Stein, New
$50,305.84 borrowed money. The but retired a few years ago from Mayor Brown ordered City Purchas- Orleans; A. H. McIntyre, W. A. Ad-
amount paid for salaries of teachers active business.-Ocala Banner. ing Agent Mackey to ship on the first ams, Tampa; Geo. A. Hanford, Lees- $ r7-oo

'I the past year is $46,741; new buildings i train a consignment of 1,705 loavesof burg; E. W. Polk, Baltimore; A. S.
repairs to old buildings, furniture -I TENDERS RESIGNATIONWest bread for the use of the Galveston Bucher, II. C. Schrader, C. S. Watson,
insurance, etc., $40,979.18. To flood sufferers. This will be supple Jacksonville; A. A. Cook, Atlanta. Including meals and berth
this should be added the salaries paid Palm Beach, Fla.-A few moments mented by another consignment of
I Tickets sale. Return limit 5 days
colored teachers, $1,839.50, and $3- after the city council had been 8,350 loaves tonight. now on
Mrs. A.
700.02 spent on colored school prop I called to order in the council cham- The shipments are being handled by Mary LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER
erty. ber, Clerk Lopez read the resignationof the railroad and express companiesfree
L. Trevette Lockwood, as presidentof of charge. AnnouncesShe OSCEOL..A.Leaves : "

WILSON CONSULTS OCULIST the council. His resignation was is constantly receiving from .

Washington, D. C.-President Wil- accepted and Carl Kettler, Jr., was DEAD MAN GETS PRIZES New York charmingly dainty
son slipped away from the White chosen to succeed him. Because of and exclusive Collars, ShirtWaists Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30: A. Nl

House early today and started for the fact that Councilman Kettler was Paris.-Seventy-one Frenchmen who and Hair Ornaments, A combination daylight and searchlight trip
Philadelphia by motor to visit his ocu- acting as mayor of the city, Councilman have been killed in battle were desig- created from advanced ideas. A
list. Two automobiles, one carrying Lockwood was elected as chair nated today by the French academyas beautiful collection now to of 400 miles through the heart of Florida

secret service men, were in the party. man pro tern to serve until the returnof recipients for prizes for literature.In choose from.
Mayor M. D. Carmichael from his making the awards no other per- Clyde St. Johns River Line

The want ad.'s the thing. I vacation. sons were considered. 501 West St. Orlando, Fla.

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How to Secure These New fall gooods are arriving daily,

Medallions FreeWhen and naturally we are desirous of sellingall

you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you can secure a Medallion Ticket Stock
and Summer
from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check to Medallion Department, on Main Floor, our Spring so we
where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your purchases amount to $10.00 bring in
1 ticket with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together with
your the benefit of this
your original picture unharmed. give our customers
Columbia Medallians are made in three styles and each style in gloss or dull finish.

S 1 Water Color wonderful HALF PRICE SALE.We .

Carbon Sepia
marvelous This style exactness produces with'the '' These $5.00 realize that your satisfaction is our "suc-
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producing the high lights I all the clearness and fine I you painted wish, each life colors color hand.I.burnt ''I.of illustration.These resentation. Don't delay! Come today Sale will '
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non-corrosive metal specially prepared. The portrait is burnt in, same as on porcelain, and covered with heavy
celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable: can be washed without harm when soiled thus preserving
forever the features of those you love. You cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a fineporcelain Y Duckworth CO.Olrando's
hand painting. They are worth $5.00 each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute FacSimilie owe .
of the Photograph Furnished. They are elegant, dainty and artistic, and make a beautiful ornament for
the home, whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed. not Largest Store "Quality Did It"
here set forth, will be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Priceof
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South Florida Sentinel GOOD The gospel ROADS.of good roads is march- Miss Clara Zeigler has returned to LOST, STRAYED OR STOLENAwhite
her home in Orlando after horse with 55 branded on
MORNING AND WEEKLY ing on. This is true not only in Flor- enjoyinga hip. Notify G. R. Saunders. Phone
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w. C. ESSINGTON .B..i. Manager guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Har- '
from California,
Pick up a newspaper HAPPY mi
Entered at the poctofflce at Orlando. Flor North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, New roun at their home on Seabreeze ave- Get the news In the Sentinel first.
ida. at Second Clau Mail Matter. nue.-Daytona GazetteNews.Mr. .
and will
Hampshire, or Maine, you
SUBSCRIPTION RATES find items about the necessity of bet-
Daily. 1 Year ...,.................... $5.00 J. R. Holland, a former well MODEL KINDERGARTEN
Daily 6 Month ...................... 2.60 ter roads and movements for building Orlandoite who
DaiI,. Month ...................... 1.25 better roads in community known is making
DailJ' 1 Month ....................... JiO every Jacksonville his headquarters wherehe SCHOOL Saturday and MondayAre
where the people are really alive. The .
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 throwing open of another link of the is state agent for the Overland car, MISS LEY, Director
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN spent yesterday in this city, mingling
ADVANCETO Jacksonville-Tampa highway occurredthe business with pleasure.Mrs. Opens Monday September 27,
past week when the newly laid in Primary room, First Methodist -
ADVERTISERS: brick road between this city and Win- Wm. Beardall left Friday Church. Froebel System; the very last days you can participate in the extraordinary -

adrcrtiiine Copy fr mutt duplay be handea and all in at thr the hand-Mi badness ter Park was made ready for public night for Ocean Beach, :Maine, where graded work. Beginners, first price reductions of HAPPY WEEK. Last year
office .1 the Sentinel not later than 2 p. B. !use. There is still a short detour a she will spend a few weeks and then and second grades, pupils 3 to when we inaugurated this event the results were exceedingly
lie day before publication. This rate applieito mile north of Orlando because the 5 of gratifying. We are more than pleased with the
changes for contract advertising; it ii go to New York, where she will be years age.
variable and will be strictly adhered to. road is not quite ready for hard travel joined by her son, Lieut. Jack Bear- For particulars phone 221, or results so far, and in order to make a fitting FINALE TO

Subscribe desiring The Sentinel discontinued but this delay will be only for a dall, who is on the battleship Wisconsin call at 1-1 East Jackson Street, A GREATLY APPRECIATED SALE we have still further -
should notify the office in writing on reduced of the wanted articles to fraction of
the date of expiration otherwise it will be few days and then, with the exceptionof returning from the Panama-Pa- after September 1st. many a
continued at the regular subscription rates a few miles in Seminole county be- rifle exposition. Lieut. Beardall is their legitimate values.

Telephone lUlU notice Nosab-r to stop .u...received................... =t yond Robinson Springs, and the very one of the instructors in Annapolis COME: AND BE HAPPY WITH US. THE SAVING
short section south of Orlando left academy. :Mrs. Beardall expects to be The Cathedral School ALONE SHOULD MAKE YOU FEEL HAPPY.Here's [ '
SUNDAY, AUGUST 22. 1915. unpaved until the filling should have absent from Orlando until some timein
a few of the mirth provokers for Saturday \
ample time to settle, there will be a October.Mr. .
The Germans don't seem to think first class vitrified road from the fer- and Monday.

that England is so awful after alL ry beyond Sanford to Kissimmee. Chandler Yonge and family, of Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
School for Girls
o That these links will shortly be filled Plymouth, are visiting friends at An-
16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
A valued exchange says Anna is an assured fact. It is probablethat thony this week. They will also makea Intermediate WHITE SWISS EMBROIDERED DRESS PATTERNS
Primary, and Academic
Chicken lives in Parkersburg, and several hundred cars will today visit to Williston before returningto Grades 42 to 46 inches wide in pattern lengths of 5 yards,

they say she is a bird.A make the trip from Sanford to Kis- their Orange county home next Also Musk, Art, Elocution enough for a complete costume. The designs are absolutely -
The automobilists from week. Mr. is the Physical
o simmee. Yonge spending day and Values to
Culture and Domestic Science. new extremely stylish. up
man who borrows trouble is bet- Sanford, Altamonte, Maitland, Win- in Ocala today. He has a splendid $12.50
For address the Rector
ter off than the one who marries it, ter Park, Orlando, Pine Castle, Taft, orange grove at Plymouth and says I ,
for the latter can't return it. and Kissimmee will all wish to try that the growers are rapidly seeingthe Rev. Rodtrick P. Cobb, A. \1., Sat. and Mon. $4.68DRESS

o the new road and will take occasion to benefits of the Florida Citrus Exchange Orlando, Fit.

Forty-three crooks wanted in Tam- do so this afternoon and evening.One as a means of marketing their GINGHAMSOf -

pa have been arrested outside the of the best features of the good fruit.-Ocala Star.GORDON'S. the famous UTILITY AND EVERLASTINGmills

state during the year. Stilt we don't roads movement is the fact that it FIELD'SCHOCOLATE absolutely fast in color, in splendid designs of '

believe there is anything crooked in makes communities more neighborly TRANSFER new checks; new stripes, new Tartans and a full

that city. We love Tampa and all her because the roads and the cars have L. F. Harrell, Prop.If range of all the new plain colors, worth 12V-. yard

people. largely annihilated distance. Manyof ever you draps in Orlando town, Sat. and Mon. 10 yds for 85c.
o us remember when it was consid- No matter whar you fum,
The old saying, "dying like a dog," ered an all day's job to ride in a Don't come in huyr er playin clown, CHEVIOT SHIRTINGS-
must have lost its terrors for the one wagon or carriage ten or twelve milesto Er cum huyr full er rum; I
who went to the "boneyard" in New the county seat to pay taxes and Ef youse got any sense at all, VANILLA The best quality made, the finest for hard wear, in.
An in de jail don't Ian, of checks and colors.
York the other day. It was tenderly buy the fall or spring outfit of cloth- You git out dar en quietly call PEACH a splendid range stripes plain

laid away in a casket costing $150, ing or farm supplies. In fact it was I Fer Gordon's Tranfer man. Sat. and Mon. 10 yds for 89c.

with autos, flowers and mourners. supposed to take about the entire day CARAMELICE
Deys moved on South Orange avenue,
o to go and pay a visit to relatives or Number two hundred en one. CREAMS. 1000 YARDS BEAUTIFUL LACESIn -
Gilchrist told a Times-Union reporter friends six seven miles distant. De best service #
or : er dey gives you Edges, Insertions, Bandings, etc., and in widths
that he would be the high farm horse and roadsof En simply think dat's fun.
man With a lazy old i Four from 3 in to 10 inches, Shadows, Duchess, Yak. .
in the race because Trammell and deep sand or sticky clay it was aday's eighty seven am dat phone, '
I Dey'll please you ef dey can; :Maltese and other makes. :Many worth 50c. to 75c.
Bryan belong to the same political journey and not very comfortable You leave all udder transfers lone,
faction. He studiously omitted refer- one at that. Under the present See Gordon's Transfer man. CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, ISc. Sat. and Mon. lOc. a yard

ence to Perry G. Wall, who is not road system if a family in Kissimmee
aligned with any faction, but is being suddenly concludes that they wish to En You de sho rear can't er Yancey's miss de place buildin; chile, I FANCY DRESS LAWNS AND BATISTESIn -

supported by the people all over the call on their cousins in Sanford, 35 To see dem sartinly am wuth while, a host of charming designs and colorings on both

state who are tired of the politicians. or 40 miles away, they can eat an Dey'll move you any place. CLUB SANDWICH 25c. light and dark grounds; all this season's productions,
-Tampa Trbiune.A early supper and be in Sanford by Dey'll handle anything youse got, 12V-JC. and 15c. values.
Fum your stove to de fryin pan;
o eight o'clock, and after an hour's visit Dey sho am Johnny on de spot-
Fort Myers correspondent to the return home and be asleep before See Gordon's Transfer man. Sat. and Mon. 8 yds for 69c.
Tampa Tribune claims some one has midnight. And this privilege of quick We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
"clam that visits will Dey hauls pianners, yes dey da,
opened a factory" near trips and more frequent
Wid dem dey sho takes care, and Delivered for All
place. If the proprietors are able to not be confined to the rich people of Dey'll haul dem ef deys ole er new, DON'T FORGET TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF

make clams they should continue their the towns and cities, for the farmersare En haul dem anywhere.Dey THE BIG VALUES WE ARE OFFERING
experiment until they are able to fast acquiring cars and will use ain't gwine try to skin you quick, OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S

manufacture pompano, red snapper, the roads for pleasure and business as .' Dey Dem neevr folks tries dey sholy dat plan.am de trick- SHIRTING MADRAS, all new goods, All this sea

and the more expensive kinds of fish. much and as often as the business or See Gordon's Transfer man. sons designs; 25c. and 35c. values.
The cost would probably not be any professional man. And best of all I

more and the net profits much the thousands of miles of good roads Fur Roun drummers trip fer twentyfiveFer deys got special rates, Sat. and Mon. 19c.

greater. already built are only the beginningof trunks; en ef you kicks er blates,
o what is to follow.It Dey ought to bury you live.

Lord Michelham, a wealthy Eng- is a safe prediction that insideof Dey am de torrist's favorit, 2000 YARDS SWISS EMBROIDERIES-
Dey sho does kivver Ian;
lish financier, is offering one thou- three years and perhaps even in En evybody says deys "it"- :MAGNIFICIENT designs on splendid quality of

sand pounds ($5,000)) each for every I two years there will be paved roads Dat Gordon's Transfer man. fabric. EDGES, INSERTIONS, BANDINGS, Etc.

Zeppelin destroyed while flying in the i continuously from Jacksonville to Dem drivers 'When it comes to delicious light Widths from 2 to 10 inches; values up to 39c. ..
sartiny am perlite,
air. This will be an extra inducement Tampa and on to Miami, from which

for the British airmen to be on point it will be possible to return to Dey Kin drive sholy am you O.anywhars K. at night, Sat. and Mon. any quantity lOc yd Ir

the alert. Observation would seem to Jacksonville over brick roads along De same as hit wuz day. WAFFLES
indicate that the rich Englishmencould the east coast. Now when youse leavin dis ole worl, HAND BAGS-
En makin you las stan, leather and corded silk in all colors '\
30 Fancy ,
On the of AND only
better afford to give twice that subject bigotry an ancient Don't rush off fum huyr in a whirl-
amount each to some one who would poet wrote as follows: See Gordon's Transfer man. worth $1.50 to $2.50.

destroy fifty or a hundred subma- "I think while zealots fast and frown, 8-22-ltc SYRUP Sat. and Mon. choice 98c.
rines. And fight for two or seven, your
That there are fifty roads to town, EMPIRE HOTEL
o And rather more to heaven." I I THIS IS ONE OF OUR FANCY FANS-
Sunday Dinner
YOUNG MEN WHO GO TO And eventually the fifty roads will I Your choice of over 250 facinators. Values lOc. to

CHURCH REGULARLY. all be paved, and if they do not leadto Puree of Tomato SPECIALS 50

Young man,go to church! The young heaven they will make this earth Waldorf Salad Baked Sea Trout, cents.Sat.
fruit and Mon. Half PriceNEW
man, more than any one else, is in more like heaven. jelly 15 centsCatering .

need of spiritual strength to do battle o Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, au jus AISTSAn
with the world. He is beset with REMEDY FOR ANTS ON PLANTS Roast Young Chicken, sage dressing SUMMER -
temptations. The lessons he is taughtin opportune purchase just made by our buyer whilein
Creamed Potatoes Steamed Rice :Made of exceedingly fine qualities of sheer
the House of God will guide him Sponge the plants with camphor Macaroni au Gratin English Peas New York. '
in the path of rectitude. And they made of whiskey not alcohol, as alcohol Lima Beans Home Made Bread Organdy and French Voiles, daintly trimmed in rich
will be an asset to him in the daily is too strong. This is fine for To Those qualities of Valiencennes and Fillet laces and combinationcolor

strife of the material! world. small trees that are bothered with Pineapple Ice Caramel Cake effects.

Not only will going to church help ants. Sponge the body of the tree Gelatine Green with Apple whipped Pie cream Who Care No. 1 worth $1.50 and $2.00, Sat'y and Mon'y__98c

the young man in a spiritual way, near the ground. S. A. Tea Coffee Iced Tea No. 2, worth $2.50 and $3.00, Sat'y and Mon'y $1.98MEN'S
but it will be of apparent worldly

benefit. A young man who goes to FURNISHINGS 1
church regularly is bound to make a

favorable impression in the commu- On Saturday and Monday you may have your

nity in which he lives. lie will quickly LifeDear choice of any PALM BEACH SUIT in the store,
The Lesson in Modern
get a reputation for honesty and worth to $8.00
upright living. His employer will be up

quick to note his exemplary habits.If Sat. and Mon. for $3.98

there is a position of trust to be Lord and Father of mankind, Drop thy still dews of quietness,
filled, he is the most likely candidate.
Forgive our feverish ways! Till all our strivings cease;
Going to church brings its reward not
only in the life to come, but in the Reclothe us in our rightful mind; Take from our souls the strain and stress, OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT

present one. And then there is the In purer lives thy service find. And let our ordered lives confessIn

social side. The young man who goes The beauty of thy peace. Have many dainty confections that will appeal irresist-
deeper reverence praise.
church is '
to certain to be invited to
ibly to the heat-tried housewife. Try some of them. They'llnot i
the most exclusive functions. Those
only save the gas bills and the trying times over a
who make up the invitation lists Breathe through the beats of our desire hot stove but reveal to you many new dishes that can J I
never overlook him. He is in constant t
balm be made at very trifling cost.
Thy coolness and thy ;
demand. There isn't a grl; in the !>

town who is ashamed to be seen in Let sense be dumb, let flesh retire:

his company.All Speak through the earthquake, wind, and
young men will have to admit
the truth of these statements. Surelyit fire,

isn't unmanly to go to church. 0 still small voice of calm.
Read the lives of any of the great DicksollIvost1111
-John Whittier.. 1
men, and invariably you will find that

in early life they joined the church.It .

was in the church that they laid

the foundation of their great careers.

Think of the happiness it gives your The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. STORE.

parents to see you at divine service- ,
and for them to know that you are ..
on the right track. S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

Young man, if you want to be successful -
. in life, go to church today, I =

next Sunday and every Sunday.

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Monday. August 23.
Sumus Septem Club meets with Miss '' dlr
Tuesday, August 21. Corner Main and Jackson streets.
Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will meetat John B. Ley, pastor.
the church at 10 a. m. Dinner Bible school, y:45 a. m. Excellent
will be served. music, organized classes. Efficient in-
Methodist Sewing Circle will be en- structors. New pupils desired. En-
tertained by Mrs. J. L. Guernsey. trance at any time. C. E. Howard, 4tiL3ti
Wednesday, August 25. superintendent.
Mrs. Jos. Bumby will entertain the Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m LI ,
Junior Matrons. Morning meditation "Lessons From
Twentieth Century Club meets with the Hills," this being the third nod UNFAITHFUL TO HIS TRUSTA
Mrs. W. S. Branch. last of the pastor's "Vacation Series. Q FRIENDSHIP LINKS _
Thursday, August 26. At night the subject will be, "Citi- Kalem Special Feature com- j
A beginners' shoot will be held under cnship, Human and Divine." In discussing Every girl should have one of these Bracelets, each H
Those hidden qual- the auspices of the Orlando Gun this theme the speaker will plete in two parts. Featuring' link from a different friend. | S25c. 1
Club, on the grounds at the Coun- take occasion to point a moral and
try Club. sound a warning growing out of recent Alice Joyce and Guy Coombs. t including 1 engraving. I j
ities which are the The Rook Quartette will meet with doings in Georgia. Public cor- M
Mrs. Gross.Celebration dially invited. The choir will furnish 1
of golden wedding anniversary i- some fine music at each service.
real source of re- of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Star- Senior League, 6:45 p. m. Young HEARST SELIG NEWS, No. 46 ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS, gj i
buck, "at home. people will find in this service a de-
I Friday, August 27. lightful, entertaining, wholesome pre- Another of those interesting [6
sponsiveness and Regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. paration for the service which fol- ==o==d11,
at the Baptist church. lows. weekly's, showing a ship being .1
flexibility will show PROGRAM FOR Tuesday, 3:30 p. m.. Ladies' Sewing saved at sea. ;
Circle meets with Mrs. J. L. Guern- If quality for a low price is an object _
VESPER SERVICE. sey, East Central avenue. Visitor A remarkable photograph. 1' our wall papers will win your favor 3
themselves beforeyou Program, with notes, of the vesper are cordially welcomed. New mem- 4 rf For the next 30 days we will offer for
organ recital to be given by Herman bers solicited. No fees, no dues no i ,;, '/, I sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper .1
ceremony. Plenty of pleasant talk, + from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
Siewert this fternoon at 4:30 at 'j
have been at some interesting needle work, with a "TIlE LADY OF SHALOTT" time to buy, and do your papering ..
the Baptist church, under the auspicesof worthy end in view. i when you get ready. '1

the wheel five min the Baraca class, assisted by Mr. I Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., mid-week A Vitagraph Comedy with } We also carry a full line of High- :
Will Branch Jr., organist. The program I service of prayer and praise. A real Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes. II
will not last longer than forty ALONE.devotional meeting. Do not come- Flora Finch, Kate Price and We invite you to call and inspect .J i
!1' stock.COLEMAN .
utes. minutes, is free to every one, and will -0nl William Shea. : our 1

take place at the appointed time, regardless BAPTIST CHURCH ,,k
of weather conditions. The Rev. Edward T. Poulson. D. D. pas-

offertory collection will be for the tor.Mr.. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent 5 cents 10 centsA W' ,i ii ,' ii Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O

benefit of the Baraca class of the of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. 11 205 S. Orange Avenue 1
church. Every one is most cordially W. Phillips, director of the choir;
welcome. Mr. William S. Branch, organist. GOOD BILL & KHAN Phone 261
This church opens wide its doors
It Hymn by congregation. and cordially extends its hospitality
gets away in Scripture, followed by prayer, Rev. to the public. If you have no church; &MllllilieiMiMilMOMMIIIIMtlMtllOiirMIMHMThe J

Edward 1. Toccata T. Poulson and ,Fugue D. D. in D minor us.home here come and be at home will Tuesday, Violet Heming in "TheI

stantaneously. The (Dorisch), Joh. Seb. Bach (b685- I f
Sunday school at 9:45
d1750). classes organized and teachers a. m. with Al Running Fight. i New Ice Company f i
motor have The melody in 16th notes which is well prepared lessons.
seems to I first given out in the left hand, then Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. I.
played by the right, and finally takenup m., with the pastor in charge. PHONE 675
more and still more by the pedals, rolls on and on, the B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; I
melody being taken up by one voice Miss Claudia DeLaney, president.
after the other, intermingling, and Prayer and
fellowship service
when working up to a brilliant climax at Wednesday on Delivery
power occa the close. call evening at 7:30. Wish to Daily''
special attention to the popular
2. (a) Caprice in B flat, Alex.Guil- Sunday evening services.
mant (bI837- 1911). -- -
sion requires. On Vesper Service
As a composer, virtuoso, and teacher The vesper service will take placeat Wait for our wagon. We think
Guilmant has left a greater im- 4:30 in the afternoon.
direct drive the press upon organ playing than any gram elsewhere. Everybody See cordially pro- you will like our ice.i .
man of his time. The novelty of this invited. Don't miss it.
"caprice" lies in the constant and rap- i

speed can be varied keyboard id changing to the of other.b the hands. from one FIRST PRESBYTERIAN-w- CHURCH ROOf G4RDNTO [

( ) March in F. for Siewert. Regular services at the Presbyterian -
from low to high 3. Vocal solo, Miss organ Susie Magruis church today. Mr. W. R. O'Neal, i The New Ice Company \ \
of an old German choral, and can superintendent of the Sabbath school, .f
son. has returned from his vacation and

wit i h exceptionalsmoothness. 4. March, on a theme of Haendel, will have charge of the school, which iMIUMIMmilillMitMMiiMlilllMIMMH .
Guilmant. meets at 9:45 a. m. The men's Bible >
: class in the main auditorium is taught 1
The theme of this march is first
Ob- given out in a slow and stately man- by Rev. G. E. Guild, the pastor in 1
ner. Then follows an interesting charge of the church during the ab- "THE ISOLATED HOUSE"A M UI i M Ml 111111 .IIIIII.I..III..I.lllrlll.I. .
sence of Dr. Stagg.Morning
fugal development which leads into I
viously these fea- the original melody with full organ, services begin at eleven I
o'clock three-part Mystery ,
: nreachintr hv Mr Guildtnnif :
forming a_grand and impressive closeto "The ---

tures the direct 5.the Toccata work. from Fifth Friendshipof at 7:30; topic Jesus.for the Eveningservice evening sequel to "The Hound of The :
are !
for organ, Chas. Me. Widor ((1844). sermon Conditions., "Prayer" : It's Elements and] 3askervilles. I ; j
This toccata is probably the best Mr. Guild is a very ear-
result of close care- known and the most difficult of Wi- nest and pleasing speaker and his
dor's many compositions. The themei short, practical sermons are of deep
i i sof an old German choral, and can interest. Come and hear him. "ASHES OF DREAMS"A -.lj
ful manufacturing. be heard most distinctly in the pedal -0-- r

part.Offertory, "Chant Joyeuse," Mr. The ST.Very LUKE'S Rev. II.CATHEDRAL R. Remsen, dean. very strong drama, featuring :
11 Branch. Twelfth Sunday after Trinity.
Walthall.The .
Hymn by congregation. The Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. Henry I
.. Postlude, Mr. Branch.PRESBYTERIAN Sunday school, 9:45. CURTIS & O'NEAL
, The Wheelbase is -0-- -Morning.prayer' and sermon, 11. .
mere will be no
evening service.
In the absence of the dean on his .
AID TUESDAY.The vacation. Rev. Geo. M. Tolson, of Eus-
110 inches Ladies' Aid Society of the First tis, will officiate for three Sundays. The One-Price Theater :. Insurance Loans Real Estate ; : j

Presbyterian church will meet on -
Tuesday, August 24th, at the church ALLIANCE Rentals

parlor. All ladies connected with the Sunday, August 8, services as us Comb and Brush Set given away :
church and congregation are invitedto ual. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.;
come at 10 o'clock, bringing something preaching at 3:30 p. m.; mid-week at nine o'clock tonight. : 1J 1
prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on
to eat. Dinner will be servedat Thursday. Come and bring the chil- j
12:30. Business meeting at 2:30. dren, especially to the Sunday school.CHRISTIAN '. .
-0- -0- Tuesday, "The Masked Thieves," j

" Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. in two parts. j
00 INTEREST.Miss Services at 11 a. m.; subject, Mind. ESTABLISHED 1886 .-- J
$850. Corinne Walton, of Orlando, Wednesday evening services, 7:45. Ji
I arrived in Titusville on Wednesday on Third floor, corner South Orange I -,
avenue and Church street. Entranceon 10 cents 5 cents
a visit to her friend, Miss Lucile Church street.

Brady. Miss Corinne has grown con-

( f. o. b. Orlando siderably since she last visited Ti- : Mr. M. P. Davis, the popular traveling IIMMMHIIIIIMUIIilllllMllllllilMIMIIIililHMIt

) tusville, and her old-time friends commercial representative of the

I hardly knew her.-East Coast Advo- Louisville & Nashville railroad, was

cate. among the transportation men sojourning -

IJ in Orlando yesterday. Mrs.
The Young Matrons Bridge Club Davis, who is visiting friends in Bir- 1
J will meet with Mrs. Joseph Bumby, mingham, Ala., will return to this Melts in Your Mouth

Jr., at her home, 409 Boone street, city abort the middle of next month -,

r. -- -.. Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. and she and Mr. Davis will make their
-- I t
'" -o- home here.
I Mrs. F. M. Aldredge will sing at DAILY BULLETINPEACH

:the Presbyterian church this morning. REAL ESTATE BANK

"JUDGE LYNCH" Applications for stock in the Real
Estate Bank (organizing) are being
received and filed by Mr. A. B. Cook, VANILLA
Why mob violence? Is it ever justified Watkins Block, city.A .
I W. ? If not, why not? If so, why? limited number of shares in the SPECIAL CHOCOLATE SPECIAL
proposed bank remain unsold, and itis PINEAPPLE
Admitting Leo Frank to have been
the plan of the
organizers to have Lemon Ice Grape-Ice
proven guilty, as charged, was his the .-..,ck owned entirely by local invest PISTACHIO
execution justifiable? : The Real Estate Bank meets CHERRY
Whether you agree with him or not, the demands of the home builder and CARAMEL
small borrower.
Phillips Mr. Ley will be glad to have you hear purpose to the community serves and a useful at-

him Sunday night on the subject, the same time pays satisfactory dividends -
"Citizenship, Divine and Human." 8-22-ltc to those owning the stock. W e deliver from one quart up"and's

Taft was well represented in Orlando -

yesterday by the following: Mrs.A. .
E. Boyce, Miss Julia Ryall, and FavoriteMONDAY'S

I I Messrs. C. W. Tomkins, Grant C.
Pure Ice Cream
I Avery, and J. II. Barklow. PROGRAM .

Domino. "The Power of the Street."
II Miss Tillie Wichtendahl and Miss A drama in two parts.'Majestic. .
I Sons Bertha Hamerster expect to leave Orlando "The Little Soldier Man." Phone 566 and 666
Monday for White Springs Komic. "Bill Takes a Lady toLunch. I.
where they will spend some time Comedy.
enjoying -
Four good reels Mutual movies.
the delights at that resort. Five cents to alL -


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thousands of German firms couldbe FOR HUGE SUM

f. Venice, via Paris.-Giacomo Puc- seen.
': cini, the Italian composer, arrived in With the greatest wholesale destruction "Foodstuffs formed about 65 percent Tampa, Fla.-Esstimated expensesfor FOR SALEWill
Venice today from a visit to the front. of treasure in all history of Russia's total export trade; the county of Hillsborough for the

During his trip he met Gabriele D'An- taking place, the war-wrought econ- raw materials and partly manufactured year 1915-1916, according to the fig-
nunzio, the poet, who is serving as a goods about 3 per cent and manu- ures submitted to the county commis.
omics losses piling in such stupendous -
, lieutenant in the army. D'Annunzio up facturers about 3 per cent. Russia sioners, foot up to $523,091.55, less I
; has agreed to write the libretto of an aggregates as no panic ever ;imports all of those things that highly the amount necessary for the school offer for sale for a few days "r

opera dealing with the European war caused, the question as to how long developed and specialized countrufl} fund, which has not yet been submit-
in an allegorical manner. Puccini is each of the belligerents can stand the have for sale. Therefore, Russian ted. The millage to meet this expense the property corner Orange Avenue,

' to compose the score.: fearful strain upon its resources is trade has been a most valuable one totals 24 mills, and to meet this ..
becoming as important and fully as for the other nations. must be added the millage to cover Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

Advertise in the Morning Sentinel interesting as are any of those more "Russia, as are but few other great the school fund, which will be 7 mills,
and get results. stirring questions growing out of the nations, is self-sustaining in the mat- bringing the total millage up to 31 the skating rink property, for $26,000.
l- purely military phase of the world- ter of raw materials; but the Mushco- mills.
war. I I:vite Empire is dependent upon the The increase is on the road and $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year

In a bulletin just issued, the factories of other lands for every bridge fund, the general fund and the and
al Geographical Society Nation-I I step that it may take in the upward outstanding indebtedness fund, and is interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY.

pre-war economic condition of scale: ; it is even dependent upon for- brought about by the act of the 1915

Bargainf which, having expended$3,500,000,000, eign manufacturers to maintain stan- legislature regulating the affairs of
i having lost hundreds of million dol- dards in its wide sweeping territoryas counties of this state. In the road
lars in foreign trade and cities and high as they are today. There are and bridge fund the commissionersare
provinces worth hundreds of millions fabulous riches awaiting transmutation now required to collect enough

more, is facing an indefinite future of by Russian industry, but Russian money to pay back to the four citiesof
f warfare undismayed, confident. The I industry has hardly passed the birth." the county their one-half of the

t house, 8 rooms and bath. I bulletin reads: road and bridge taxes collected within
tF I "Commercial and industrial revolu- !FORMER PRESIDENT OF PERU their corporate limits. The increased

F Location perfect, 4 blocks from I If tion were stirring in Russia before i'I TARGET FOR STONES, OLD millage for the general fund is largely __ __ u _ __ __ _____________

center of city, east side. I the war; the work of opening its mag- SHOES, ETC. due to the passage of the Davis

f .nificent domain was being rapidly car- j package law, whereby the county will The: arkat:
, For quick sale $3000. Cash or I ried forward; plans for developing its'' Lima, Peru.Col. Oscar Benavides, lose revenue from saloon licenses.

terms. almost unlimited resources were in retired provisional president, on retir- And, in addition, the legislature has OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
!process, confident organization; ing to his residence last night after placed the burden of wiping out the
modern cities were springing up like the inauguration of Dr. Jose Pardo, indebtedness that has stood for yearson OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
i mushrooms in rich Siberia; textile, was forced to run the gauntlet of a I the commissioners. FRESH AND SALT MEATS ,.
k CARL DANN I j I metal and other industries were laying hail of bullets, stones and shoes. His I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

*i firm foundations, and foreign companions drew revolvers and fired Montreat, among the big mountains KYerything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
.. 'trade had been brought up about 'into the crowd. Ten persons were of North Carolina, is unique. Private I and pure.
family high class accommodationsfor
f t $1,500,000,000. What has been called I wounded. A detachment of police dispersed a few desirable adult guests. We incite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have '

A. B. Cook & Co. |'the most powerful country of the fu- the crowds. The expresidentwas Large, comfortable new house; run- everything in the Meat Line.
I t- i!ture' was finding itself, was preparing not injured. ning water in each room; sleeping

t 30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fix i!to enter upon the centuries of expansion j An attempt to start a rebellion at Particulars porches; unexcelled, address "Birdwood home cooking." Box H. :IVt.: Self Ss Co.
I that it will need to exhaust the ]i Chimbote, a Peruvian seaport in the 27, Montrcat, N. C. 5-16-S10t
possibilities of the boundless natural|department of Anachs, has been subdued PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
wealth. by government troops. RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
j r Dealers in Real Estate, In- I I|!
"About two and one-half times larger -: - -- ----- ---- .
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vestments and Business Oppor- than the United States, with an :'I MAKES COTTON PAYMENT
I Located in the Arcade Building
; tunities. I II!area of 8,650,000 square miles and a I I'I Washington, D. C.-A second, pay- ,I All work guaranteed and neat- COUNTRY SCHOOLS BEGIN NEXT WEEK[[

l I I population of 170,000,000, which is increasing j I ment of $666,800 on 1,400 bales of ly done. Our work is the best
at the rate of 3,000,000 a j j I cotton aboard the steamer Southerner and our prices are the lowest. I We-have all of the books used in all of the schools of Orange
:: REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS year, Russia's natural resources re-i i which was diverted into Kirkwall This is the place to have your : County which we sell at the regular state contract price.
-. semble those of this country, and are ,by a British cruiser, was made today old clothes made new. We also have in stock a full assortment of School Supplies,

proportionate. It has nearly 900,000- I, to W. Gordon :McCabe & Co., of Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.'Suit : including Tablets, Slates, Pencils, Inks, Book Bags, Rulers, Pens ,'
t LOANS 000 acres of forest compared with I Charleston, by the British embassy. '' dry cleaned, pressed60c. !etc., etc. Our trade, in this department has increased constantly

i f' MORTGAGES the 544,4000,000 acres of the United j(I The cotton had been consigned "to i Suit pressed ------_______40c. i' each year since we began to develop it. Proving thus that our
BANK STOCKS I States-much of which, even now, is order" in Gottenberg.NEW I All Palm Beaches scrubbed 'I''prices are right and our goods perfectly reliable. Think of us

I carefully administered, and which, I I and pressed --__________50c when you need school things.
; TIMBER 'one day, will be the world's finest ORLEANS COTTOXI Mohair suits pressed ______25c. I
: BUSINESS OPPORTUNI- .source of timber. It has 250,000,000 New Ol'leans.-Cotton was underselling I W. S. BRANCH,

r- TIES OF ALL KINDS. acres of land under cultivation, while I pressure in the early trading I We do ladies' work also. Give i THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
this country has a cultivated area i as the result of poor cables and bearish I us a trial and be convinced.
about twice as great; but Russiacan i crop talk based on recent rains. Clothes called for and delivered.
: Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER expand her farm lands twenty- Half an hour after the opening prices I SKATING RINKLADIES'
fold and still leave virgin land to the were 8 points under yesterday's close. Phone 613.
future. It can become the granary
I and the stock farm of the world' ,
while its mineral wealth has not
I been carefully surveyed, known sup-
, plies of petroleum, metals and fuel I I LADIES ONLY
Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" abound. Russia is a continent in its- I -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

; elf, and, likely, the richest of them all. INSTRUCTORS.Open .
- "Scarcely two score: years have past Saturday and Monday SpecialsThe
10 a.m. to 12 2.30 to 6
since Russia began with serious pur- m., p.m. p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP pose the task of her international de-
Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
velopment. Progress during the first store that will always save you money and where you will always
thirty years of this period, was hesi- get a square deal, both in quality and quantity.It .
ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST tant, in the last decade, however, it will always be our pleasure to serve you. Give us a trial and be

ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. has doubled its foreign trade, of which convinced.Please note that the price of Irish potatoes has advanced considerablysince AD MISSION 10 CJBNTSORLANDO
56 per cent. is exports; still this for- last week, and is still advancing but we are pleased to inform our
eign commerce is less than half that customers that we have a car load which have just arrived which we will sell t

I of the United States. But Russia before at Potatoes prices, as per follows peck: .... ........ . .... .. :.... . . 23c
. the war had scarcely begun to Potatoes, per half bushel. ... ........... .. . .. .. . . 45c.
Phone 204WANTED ,gather steam for the prosecution of Potatoes, per barrel ......... ....... .... ... .. .. ... .. . . $2.05; 'ROOFING
,her tasks. There remain hundreds of Sugar, 16 pounds for .... ..... ........ ....... ... .. .. .. . $1.00
Kingan's Sliced Bacon, per box ......... ....... .. . .. . . 30c. ANL
millions of acres of fat lands to be Best Hams per pound . .... ...... ... .. ... .. .. 18c., 19c., and 20c.
brought under the plow; tens of thous- Shoulders, No. 1, per pound .................. ... .. .... .. . 15c.; "
ands of factory plants to build; rich Smoked Bacon, per pound . ... .... ... .. .. .... .16c., 17c. and 20c. SHEET METAL CO,
Breakfast Bacon, per pound ..................... .. ........ .. ... 22Yic
I mines to be opened; great railwayand Dry Salt Bacon per pound .. ... ............... ....lOc, 12'/2c and 13c
canal systems to be built; millions Butter, Fox River, Gold Seal, Blue Valley, per pound ... . . 35c
USEDFORDS I, of home-builders to be moved 21 lb. sack Pillsbury Flour .... ... ... ........... ..... .. .. . . $1.10 Metal, Slate, Tile Tin Asbestos
;,into Siberia, the Silver East of theTsar's 24 lb. sack Pastry Flour ......................... 73cM; 90c. and $1.00 ,
Tall Pink Salmon . .. .. .... ........... .. ..... .. ... . 9c. and Rubber RoofingsCornices
:1: Empire's and many millions of Corn Beef . . .. ... ... ... ...... ... .. ... .... .'. 20c
illiterates to be educated to a higher 7 cans Sardines for . .. .. ... ... ... .. .... ... ... .. .. 2;>c.
i standard of life and efficiency. 6 cans Potted Ham for .. .. ...... ..... .. .... ... ..... . 2.;>c. Skylights. .Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
"Russia is 3 cans Vienna Sausage for .. .. ....................... .. .. 2-lc;
:' a vast store house of raw 2 bottles lOc. size Catsup .. .... ....................... .... .__ 15c;
WE BUY AND PAY YOU SPOTCASH materials, and must for many years Jam, in glass jars . . ... .. ... ...... .. ... .. .. .. .. lOc. Works: 14 E. Church St. 5 ORLANDO
:j remain a purchaser of machinery and 4 cans No. 2 Tomatoes for . ... ... ....................... .. 2oc.;
manufactured goods in increasing 3 cans Van Camp's Pork and Beans .......... ............ ... .. 25c.No. .
2 can Best Table Peaches per can .. ... ... .. ....... . jOe
quantities. Yet the mills of Russia No. 3 can Best Table Peaches, per can ........ .... ... . .. 1:>c.
consumes $130,000,000 worth of raw No. 2 can Cherries white and red ... ... .. ... ... .. .. .. 15c.:
cotton annually, and Russia from iron Best Peas, No. 2 can . . ... ... ... .. ... .. ... ... .. .. lOc.
,and steel rails have found 7 cans small Van Camp's. Globe, or Gold Cream for ......... .. .. 23c.;
IF YOU NEEDMONEY 1 already 7 cans tall Van Camp's, Globe, or Gold Cream for .......... .... 50c. Backs
their way into competition in the mar- 3 cans St. Elmo or Quail Milk for . ... ..... .. ........ .. .. 25c.; Tops Cushions
kets of the world. Germany bought 3 boxes Kellogg's Corn Flakes for . ... .. .. .. .......... .. .. 2;)('. ,
more from Russia than any other Oatmeal, in bulk, per pound ...... .. ... .. ... ...... . . 5c. Curtains Celluloids
i Navy Beans, per pound . .. ... .,. .. . .. ..... . . 7c. Bows
j three countries, and sold to the Russians Cheese, per pound . . .. .. .......... .. ..... ........ . 20c.
I about half of all their imports. 2 pounds good Coffee, ground . ... .... ..... .... ....... ... .. .. 35c.
These two empires did a tremendous, Maxwell House Coffee, 2 lb. cans . . .. .. ... ........ . .. 63c. PAINTING
AND HAVE ONE FOR SALE thriving business with one another before Maxwell House Coffee, 3 lb. cans .. .. .. .. ... .... .. ...... .. . 83c
6 packages U. S. Tobacco, Sensation, Bull Durham, or Cigarettes. . 23c.;
COME I the war, and a great stream of Thick Schnapp's Tobacco 2 plugs for . . .... ........ . . 23c.;
,German capital flowed into the Northern Brown Mule Tobacco. 3 plugs for . .... .. .. ... ... .. . . 23c.:
Empire for investment. England, 3 cans Prince Albert Tobacco or other lOc. size, for .. ... . . 25c.;
: 6 5c size any kind of Snuff for . . .. . ........ .. . . 23c;
See Mr. Hutton 1 Holland in the order, Austria-Hungary named, followed, and Germanyin Italy, OIL, 5 gallons . . . ... ... ......... ... ........ . 60c. Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON I business with the Rusians. German Wheat . . . . . $2.40Bran .... ................... $L55 Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE. Mgr.
trade promotion was thoroughly I Best Chicken Feed .. . . $2.15 Salt, 100 lb. sack .. . .. .... 70c.. t
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I, The Morning Sentinel Want 4 West Pine Sreet Phone 617
Directory is the Greatest Want
I Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck

,' Terms Cash in Advance. worth
I Building.
Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime
For One Day -------______2ot FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW !
i = For Three Daya ___50c
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1 I For One Month -------_____$2. 0 I
This rate applies on all ads of
f 25 words or less. If the ad contains Phone 172 I ,
more than 25 words the rate
I will be one cent per word for Room 5, Watkins Block .
I each additional word, for each in- I I Phone 72
sertion.If .

I the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Accounts to- J. M. CHENEY I Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8 O'Neal Block

I opened by telephone will be I
I payable the following day. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone I

Every Home-Every Businesa.
I 87 Starbuck
Every Man
has use for a J
Sentinel Want Ad. Rooms
15 and 16YowellDuckworth
Bldg. |

FOR SALE Phone 161

MULES FOR SALE R. RAY WHITE No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, "a.IJ .
Pair nice mare mules in geod condi
tion, suitable, for farm or heavy haul, t
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Ap ATTORNEY-AT LAW
ply P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refinin
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc Room 44

FOR SALE Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. F. A. PEPPERCORN "

I Full bearing orange and grapefruit BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
grove, within 11.2 miles of postoffice, I i
on brick road adjacent to County DR. N. L. BRYAN
Club. A splendid subdivision prop- 37 A
osition at exceptional low valuation
for cash. Address "Prosperity," DENTIST

All Ready for the PicnicMANY tinel office. st'n-I, Phone 716 A


A PICNIC HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE NECESSITY OF SOME ONE STRUGGLING OVER very one fine quarter for citrus mile or from subdivision city acre limits tract; Rooms 2 Yowell-Duckworth and 3- Bldg L. Percival Hutton ':
a hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will the chicken, pur-
or do any baking that poses. $100
you may wish quickly per acre. See Carl Dann. .
and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for I 6-9-tf 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. FOR RENT SURVEYINGPlating ARCHITECT

New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a Pleasure I FOR RENT-Furnished flats and dwellings.and Jas.unfurnished A.. and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis\ Building, Orlando, '

Knox. 7-9-tf PROMPT AND ACCURATE Florida .
You never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with Gas FOR RENT-An eight-acre irrigated WORK :Member F. A. A.
, Range. And then if you wish to close the house for the day do not have farm; also a ten year old horse for
you to leave a coal fire sale, perfectly gentle and healthy. HAL A. IRISH.-
burning to make house unbearable
your upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. Mrs. W. B. Hammond, Oakland, Fla. :
8-21-3t* Civil Engineer

WANTED 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. :
CO furnished- small flat, or three
or unfurnished rooms for
Phone 72
light I
housekeeping, not necessarily on
GAS DEPARTMENT the same floor, by the moth or year;
terms reasonable. Address W. D. B., I
Paul V.
Box Hutchins
I 531. 8-18-6t OR. L H. RAMSDELt
WANTED-Two salesmen and collectors -i I Attorney and Counsellor at Law I II OPTOMETRIST
at once for Sanford and I ORLANDO FLORIDAWE
Daytona. Apply 43 East Pine I
8-21-6tc !i Davis & McNeil Bldg FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
;you a modern ( OmCAJ. RETAKINGCut
4 111 bungalow, five large rooms, bath, ,'_
electric lights, on a splendid lot, with -
fruit and shade trees, near two lakes,
SOUTH Mock desirable from location Orange avenue in the, for city$1,400., one Texaco Flowers .

APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES Will take $250 cash, balance $15 per
month, 6 per cent interest. Tracy &
Moore street., carpenters. 18 East 8-18-Ct Church GasolineGravity and Plants

I buy, sell rent, and exchange: real Test 68, the highest sold
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., in Orlando.
over 30 years. Have handled over

the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- $20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. Violet! Dell florist.J.

I Coupon Book calling for 50 .
fruit Trees in fine FOR SCREENS,
condition at the lowest porch swings, lawn
very swings, and all kinds of carpenter j gallons at 16 cents per gallon;
work, go to Tracy & Moore, 18 East M. CARtlTHERS
prices :: :: :: :: Church street. 7-25-1moc delivered to your home in five
Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
To reduce our stock as much as I ((5)) gallons at one time.
sible by the 15th, will give a discount
of 25 per cent. off our regular cash

The rainy season is the best time to set price &on Gore.any goods in store. Hammond 6-5-tf- I Our wagons are always at your

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep I Umbrellas service. I
recovered and repaired CLINT BASS
one year's growth in advance of trees set "while you wait," at Young's Repair
Shop. 21 K. Pine St. 2-4-lyre -r:: PHONE 375WestJefferson
next fall. ,
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ASSOCIATION had a delightful ride over to SCREENS WHAT AM
Nogales, Ariz.-Hennosillo, capitalof
Jacksonville, Fla.-A repetition of the county seat Friday with Mr. andMrs. I
the round trip excursions from New Salt Lake City.-Peter W. Meldrim Schwantke in their new Ford. Sonora has been captured by Gen- SCREENS

MILK York to Jacksonville, including a trip of Georgia, president of the American car. It was our first ride, we believe eral Calles a Carranza commander BOSTWICK GOODELL CO.

up the St. Johns river, will be made Bar Association said in addressingthe in a Ford. It is as easy a runningcar according to reports received here to- John W. Pounds, Agent

next summer by the Clyde Steamship annual meeting of the associationhere as we have ridden in, the shock I day. Details are lacking. Box 703

DEPOTBUTTER company, according to Herman G. : absorbers absorbing all the shocksone

Wenzel, Florida passenger agent. "The most important thing for a could receive in a fourteen mile .iiltMllltlitllMMMUMMIttUIHtiliHMfMIMM. .
This is due to the great success which lawyer to possess in order to dis- ride. We arrived home about five

the excursions have met this year, charge his simple, every day duty to o'clock and after dinner with the
MILK and they will be started earlier in the his client, is common sense the abil- Schwantkes we enjoyed another fiveor We Want Your

season in 1916.Twentytwo ity to see things as they are, not as ten mile ride in the evening.-Win- I
Fresh Every Day. people are taking ad- he would like to see them. To have, ter Garden Times.

5c. per glass vantage of the trip on the Lenape a just appreciation of the true relation Trade

25c. per gallon which arrives in this port tomorrow, which one fact or one principle WATCH FOR FUNERAL TRAIN $ tHere
according to a telegram received by bears to every other fact and every

CREAM AND MILK Mr. Wenzel. This is the second sail- other principle involved in the case. Salisbury, N. C.-A small crowd of are a few ol the Bargains we otter (for

BUTTER ing since the announcement, the first To have a sense of legal perspective, curious persons gathered at the railway -

Fresh Homemade party, twelve in number, coming on and the skill to present effectively the station today in hope of gettinga | Saturday and Monday |
the Mohawk which left for the North
strong points in his case, and the art glimpse of the Frank funeral party.
SANDWICHESPIES this afternoon. The success with to conceal the weak ones. To have They did not know defintiely that

AND CAKESARCAUEMllK which the move has been met has convinced I that common honesty which preventsone Frank's body was aboard until a news- Wheat Flakes, 3 packages for ------------______________25c
the officials of the company I not only from trying to fool another boy crying "all about Frank" was re- Pillsbury Wheat Cereal, 2 packages for ---__________________25c
the Puffed \Vheat _____________lOc
that remainder of
August and the ----- -
I but from fooling himself. -------------------------
first of while the offer I' buked by a trainman. Cheese 15 cent size ------__--------_______________________lOc
part September, "No matter how acute the intellect, Corn, 3 cans for 25c
DEPOT is in force, will see the parties or how well prepared one may be in BULGARIAN MINISTER RESIGNS Peas, per can --::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::--::lOc

growing in number. the learning of the schools, there Catsup, 3 bottles for --------------------_________________..25c
Upon the arrival of the parties, comes to the lawyer no praictical Lenox Soap, 7 bars for --------------___________________.25c ..,
suc Sofia, Bulgaria.-General Fitcheff Coffee, 5 Ibs for --------------------__________________$1.00
they leave at once on a Clyde boat up cess without an infinite care of details Bulgarian minister of war, has re- Olives, per bottle ------------------____________________lOc 1
the river. The tickets allow a full and an accurate knowledge of facts.If signed on account of ill health. He is We will give Two Pounds Coffee Free with every $10.00 orderon
AN UNSOLICITED LETTER fifteen days in case the excursionistswish you are right on the facts the law succeeded by General Jecoff. Saturday.
to remain between ships. will take care of itself. Saturday night 7 to 9 we will sell 16 Ibs. Best Granulated
The special rates include meals and "It is true that forensic oratory Sugar for $1.00.WE
staterooms on the ocean vessels and has changed even within the memoryof PRODUCE CO.
the excellent work have done
you the river boats, and were put into ef- living men but the power of clear,
for me. fect in the belief that there were a strong, forceful, and ornate speech is The place to get something good to
Have been coming to Floridafor Our
number of people in New York who as great today as when in the Forum eat. Georgia cane syrup country Grocery CompanyTwo
30 and have had work smoked and chickens
years a specialty. -
can not get from their business Cicero defended Roscius
away or prosecuted
done from Jacksonville to Key Just received 150 head of nice
West St. Augustine to Pensaco- during the winter months. Every effort Verres, or from the Senate drove chickens, selling at 20c. to 22c. per Phones: 3 and 200 I
is being made to convince them forth Cataline. The advance- pound.
la, and I can truthfully say I that Florida is no warmer in the summer ment which came to the same Roman law Received today a nice lot of Hast- | 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. |
have never had such excellent ing's Garden Seed the best seed for
than New York and perhaps a yer, professionally, politically and socially -
the South. What we have not on
work done for me, as you have IMMIIiMIIIIMMMIIMIIIiMMitMIIMUIIIHirt*
little cooler. from splendid oratory, comes hand will get in on short notice. t,
done. The of the
proprietors We nice line of Groceries
today to the cultivated and accomplished carry a ,
laundries of Jacksonville and Fresh Vegetables Fruits Cold Drinks
Tampa, not to speak of smaller FLAGLER OX DRY DOCK American lawyer. etc. We have one of the boys in

places, can come to your place Georgia buying and shipping to us as
West Fla.-The fast as we can sell it. "Quick sales PERCENT
and learn how to do work. The
and small profits" is our motto. 25 DiscountFor
Henry M. Flagler arrived at Havana
people of Orlando can justly feelproud CASH ONLY.
of their Steam Laundry. and after discharging cargo went beside Milledgeville, Ga.-After reading THE POWELL GROCERY AND
the Havana Marine railway at public statements criticising condi- PRODUCE CO.
(Name on application.) Casa Blanca for the straightening of tions at the state prison farm here, f 8-20-3t 124 W. Church st.

her prow and replacing a plate on her Dr. Guy D. Compton, prison physician the benefit of our cus-

Orlando starboard side, and other necessary issued a formal statement defending -
repairs. This damage was done when the management. In part, he Specials for Satur- tomers we will give a 25

she rammed the Austrian steamer said: .,
Steam LaundryFRENCH Virginia causing a damage to the "The statement published in the day and MondayBest per cent cash discount on

Virginia of $6,000. For some time form of an anonymous letter that t
DRY CLEANERS the Virginia was undergoing repairsat Chairman R. E. Davison of the state all goods sold during the
Patent Flour-
LAUNDERERS the same place, but Saturday last prison commission, had told me that
24 pounds for _____$1.00 and $1.10 month of July and August.
was towed out in the stream to make we should throw all' medicine in the
12 pounds for ________55c and 60c
room for the Henry M. Flagler. It i is dump heap and use leather is absolutely
Prunes and Peaches 2 Ibs.
estimated it will take eight days to untrue. the
Nothing kind for __________________________25c
repair the damage to the Flagler. ever was mentioned to me. A further ,
Meal, Grits and Scratch Feed, 9

Get Behind aCu40w statement that prisoners have been Ibs for _______________________25c Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
BRITISH SUBJECT ARRESTEDVera mistreated or severely whipped i is
Pure Ground Coffee
per pound
wholly untrue, for if such had been
Cruz, via New Orleans.Henry the case it would have come undermy
Breakfast Sausage, per can 15c
and enjoy a teall' cool. dry tweet W. Francis, a British subject, cor observations"and been reported to and ___----_--_______________25c Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando Fla. i
moke. The Wellington Pipe won't respondent for American newspapers, the commission. Golden Rod Washing Powder, 7

boil wont get ouL was arrested by order of Gen. Carranza packages fOJ _________________25c .
MaJ laAm.rica and has been GEORGIA VETERANS MEET
imprisoned six days Guava Jelly, per glass __________lOc
without a trial or to
in IIK) opportunity consult Hams, the best, per pound 15c.,
V iHape.ti- with the British or American con Fitzgerald, .-The state reunionof 18c. and ___________________22c
50c" a suls. The Carranza officers charged the United Confederate Veterans:
oa Smoked Meats and Breakfast Ba-
Francis with adjourned here late after elect
having distributed news today con, per lb. -----______________18c CAREY HANDFUNERAL
in the United ing officers. Selection of
States unfavorable to next year'; No. 10 Pail Lard ______________$1.00
Carranza.All convention city deferred.
was Officers No. 4 Pail Lard _______________40c
efforts of John elected were: Henry T.
R. Sill man, representative Davenport of
Imported Lemons, per dozen ____20c
of the state department, Americus, division commander, and Seed Raisins, 2 packages for _____25c DIRECTOR
I Say All: and American Consul Canada to see the following brigade commanders:
Evaporated Apples, 2 packages _.25c
Francis have been denied. When Con B. S. Prather of Atlanta, northern AND EMBALMERAll

sul Canada appeared in Francis' behalf brigade; W. B. Horsley of Arlington,
You want to see this new he was brushed aside and orderedout southern; J. A. Thomas of Dublin i Honest Weights and Measures

package Spider is introducing to of the building by Carranza's eastern; L. W. Mobley of Vienna, calls answered Promptly Dayor
agents. Mr. Silliman was given similar western. Mayor Bridges Smith, of
the market-its the swellest treatment.The Macon, was elected adjutant generalfor Cash Grocery Co. Night. Hand Block. ;:;,!"'
of life.
arrest Francis
was made
thing out in the way of little after Telephone 648 7 E. Church St
Secretary Lansing, who was i informed
Cigars. by cable that the newspaper SOCIALISTS TO VOTE FOR WAR -- OrlandoFlorida..

man's liberty was threatened, sent a I CREDITS ---
See him at the note to Carranzza that Francis' arrest I PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457.

would be considered unfriendlyto Amsterdam, via London.The What do you
the United States.KEEPING cialist party i in the German so-I

Good and Bad according to the Vorwaerts, has hope for in a

EYE OX SHIP cided to vote for the war.credits asked .-
by the government. varnish ?

Cigar StoreOrange Pensacola, Fla.-Entertaining suspicion The proposed new war loan of $2-

that the Mexican schooner Isa 500,000 is one of the principal matters AUTO WASUING STATION..
Avenue dora now anchored in Pensacola bay before the session of the reichstag

may be here in connection with filibustering i which opens today. HEAWON

operations by one of the THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
warring factions in Mexico, government AUSTRIAN FLEET ACTIVE

agents are keeping a close I "
Summer Excursion watch on the vessel. The schooner I Rome, via Paris.-An Austrian fleet U REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.

reached Pensacola some weeks ago of twenty-one vessels, aided by an Known as "The Handy Man."
from Havana, after touching at Key aeroplane, has bombarded the island
1 s
Rates West on her way up. For the past of Pelagosa, in the Adriatic midway -
several weeks her captain has been between the Promontory of Garganoand WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

absent from the city. The continued Dalmatia, and retired after killing chine parts. Work guaranteed.
VIA idleness' of the vessel, together with one Italian officer and three men i

the long absence of the master, has and wounding three others it was officially When you buy varnish for your GASOLINE AND OIL
floors you hope that it will improvethe
Atlantic Coast line served to arouse suspicion. Local officials announced. appearance of those floors and
declare there is no truth in the that it will be durable. Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr E
rumor that they have been instructedto SCHOONER IN STORM Unfortunately much that is sold for I ,
Standard Railroad of the South deny clearance papers to the vessel floor varnish wont realize that hope

when she gets ready to leave. Key West, Fla.-The American for you.Lawson'.
FROM ORLANDO schooner Achorn, of Mobile Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish
has a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is
$40.70. . . .New York SCHOONER REPORTED LOST and with both masts and boats easily applied because it works easily. It
$40.70 . . .Philadelphia blown away in the tropical storm, was is scratch unequalled nhite.for It durability dries absolutely and will dost.not

$37.70 . . .Washington Mobile Ala.-News was received towed into this port by the revenue free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !

$38.70 . . .Cincinnati here today that the American three- cutter Miami. The Achorn was taken As for economy. Lustro has a covering
$49.20 . . . .Chicago masted schooner Dorothy Allison had off in latitude 24.52 by a tramp steamer capacity that is wonderful. Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If .

$43.45 . . . .St. Louis been lost in the tropical hurricane on according to wireless' report I Try Tarnish out at a our case risk of returnable Lustro Elastic if unsatis Floor not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remember

$64.30 . . . .Denver Monday and Tuesday. The news that from the American steamer Concho. factory. we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS.

$95.20 . . San Francisco the vessel was bound from Progresso, Made by Valentine & < '0. OUR IRISH POTATOES

Excursion rates to various telegram Mexico to Mobile was received in a HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE AT VIRGINIA I are here waiting for you. Prices right. ;
points furnished on application.Sold which said Captain Woods POINT Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE -
daily until September 30th. was injured and in a hospital at Fort VALSPAR and ? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow- ;

Limit October 31st. Crockett, Texas. No details were gi vlfonston, Tex.-A relief party today VAL-EXAMEL ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur-
Stop-Overs Fast Trains en. The Dorothy Allison is owned by returned here from Virginia Point I i chaser. 25c. packages and up.
Steel Pulmans Dining Cars a Mexican exporter of this city. between here and Galveston, and reports s
News also was received today that between twenty-five and thirty Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
For Information Call on the British schooner Edna V. Pickles deaths at that point. Several bodies All to be had at

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. from Mobile, was ashore off Galveston have been recovered. Many I FINLEY'S PIONEER P ATh'TSTORE Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A but apparently not badly damaged. marooned without food on personsare Red \ PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY

. Orlando Fish Bar, near Virginia Point. Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.



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tL Mrs. A. Rinaldi will go to Tampa
t this afternoon to spend a couple of t
weeks with relatives.

L __ -- Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
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Travel in Pdnama FOR EVERY
Mr. Wilber Newman left last evening -
k. and everywhere on American territory, is sirnplffisd by "A.B.A." for Tampa where he will spend
{ Ch ues. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are several days."Where .
accepted like currency by strangers, wacre a check or draft would
t often be refused,for want of proper identification. These cheques $1OAWEEK
F are tlf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for there's life there's Hup." .
r business or pleasure. 8-22-6tc

r The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" Mrs. R. D. Keen went down to Pine
f Castle yesterday afternoon where she
ff will spend several days with relatives.Get .

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your next shave at the Stand-
ard. 1821tfMr.

M. O. Overstreet returned last

t: { -- \ ? \ 'N Off' evening from Kansas City, Kas., YOU SAVE -
[ where he has been spending several .

t' weeks.

How much did you save last monthin $10 A YEAR
i.f". cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

." Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Sr., left yesterday -
: afternoon for Fort Meade to
visit her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Mad-
it dox.
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. ASK SAYINGS CHECKS[
1$.18-tf IF YOU FOR

f 4iE Miss Helen Wood returned yesterday -

ft afternoon from Daytona Beach i
t where she has been spending the week
very delightfully with friends.

[ Guavas! Guavas! at the Orlando
Seed and Produce Co. 1817.6tc
The Peoples National Bank
Mrs. Jas. N. Burden returned to
E Orlando last evening from Browns
ville, Pa., where she has been visit-

It fl l ing relatives.

How much did you save last monthin k
I. Spring Water cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf i.I

t Mr. Montca1m Broward, of Jack- IIIIIIIIMIHItlllMI .Mini I*** MIIHIHMMIIIIIHIIIIIIIIUMillliilllllllliMIIIIIIM
IS SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, sonville, is in Orlando visiting his sister 4'
Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, at her homeon
Lucerne Circle.If &

Phone WRIGHT, 444 you would enjoy a good desert
f today, call up 566 or 666 and order
Mint Sherbet or Chocolate Marshmallow -
TRY Better TRY Ice Cream. 18-2-ltc

Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Yowell and children New Ii

Elizabeth, Virginia, Lida and
f Pendleton, left yesterday afternoonfor V
Fort Thomas, Ky. where they will ; i
spend the remainder of the summer. Here This Week

Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for s

you. 8-12-tl Wait and see what values you can get

Mrs. L. S. Scroble, who has been
WaP'i visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. M for $1050 and $885Garage
Murphy, on East Anderson street, returned -
yesterday afternoon to her
home in Jacksonville.Ride .

it t Notice To Ford Purchasers 18-18-tf Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

: Between Aug. 1, 1914 Mrs. W. W. Pearce and son, Mas- I 11

F and Aug. 1 1915 ter Mr.William and Mrs., who T. have M. Newman been visiting, Mrs. San Juan Company

Pearce's parents, returned to their
i! All Ford purchasers who hold Profit- home in Tampa yesterday afternoon. Orlando -Daytona

t Sharing Coupons will please endorse same
1 and return immediately to The Ford Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 cent. interest for
t :Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send you. per 8-12-tf

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur-
Mrs. J. C. Miller, of Orlando, spent i
I chased during above dates. iMUIIIHMinilillimU
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t 32 East Church Street Phone 226 There are two good things in Hand's Who Will Be Your Executor?
page ad. today. You won't regret it
if you order either, or better still, one
for dinner and the other for your ANSWER NO. 2 _
Sundy night lunch. 18-22.1tc
be materially impaired as a 'i"u ''it; P $ Rr
Your estate may
Mrs. Allan Cohoon and son, Master direct result of the appointment of an executor 4 y ; :
Allan, left :yesterday for Daytona or trustee. z s' ---r-
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When an individual is appointedThe :-
days enjoying the refreshing breezes .
I and excellent bathing. financial responsibility is generally weaker.It

is usually' provided in wills that the person __ :.i-- Z;
Orlando is strictly on its good be nominated to serve as executor shall be excused :
havior. Only a few cases come up be- from giving bonds.

fore His Honor, and the majority of: When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- r r .
AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs these are for offenses of a rather Y "
partial secu-
minor nature. pense of the estate, and then only {
rity against loss is provided. q t

to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis Mr. R. R. Roper, one of Winter When a Trust Company is selected &
Garden's representative citizens, was The advantage of strong financial re- s j
a certain period in the lives of most of us when our positive
in Orlando yesterday en route to is secured. 4&A
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with
on the. East Coast. He
Diamonds.A was. bond which has behind it the entire financial l
called there on account of the deathof
strength of the Institution is always
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of one of his favorite nephews, Cecil the Probate Court ;,tt "" mst; to the estate. k -
Ayres.Mr. .
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue -: _ _
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? and Mrs. C. G. Brown and of this newspaper. ewfr ;

daughter, Miss Ruth, left yesterday
I in their automobile for Bradentown : Come in any time and freely ask for further 1 tI'
where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. J. I! information on this vitally important subject f# I f-
I Fred Harris. Owing to the fact that You are always welcome, and our officers are alT 11 '

I the bridge over the Manatee river is 'I ways glad to advise. -
T. H. EVANSJEWELER out of commission, they had to takea ,

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