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 25, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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ENFORCED[ ; Mil T U.) [ I

Great Success for Allies in Gal- Eclipses MexicoWashington On Hayti

lipoli PeninsulaHarassedRussia Aug. 24.-In a state- au Prince, IIayti, Aug. 24.- H F0R191516
Must Yield to
ment issued today, the state depart- PROTEST[ TO GOY. ( [ American government has made

Pressing Teutons ment denied that this government has demand that the Haytien ORLANDO SHOWS INCREASE -

considered the selection of a candidate accept immediately the
London, Aug. 24.-The greatest optimism I for provisional' president of Mex- -- ] \\; terms: OF $267,559: OVER 1914;

prevails here regarding the Some twenty women and severalmen passed McElroy's and the control of the customs MILLAGE IS SAME

situation in the near East. ico.The statement followed closely upon protested to Sheriff Frank Gor- stores, but that she saw the country finances shall be un-

Reports of successes by the Franco- don and County Solicitor W. L. Tildenat She said that the W.
the heels of a report that the state pass. the supervision of the American :
British forces on the Gallipoli penin- department would look favorably upon the court house yesterday after- had written a letter to the MEETING

sula indicate that the allies will have the candidacy of Felipe Angeles, whois noon that the state law for Sunday I because "we are mothers an agreement not to cede

attained their object in the Dardan- one of the military advisers of closing of various business houses, friends are mothers, and we country other than the United Estimated Expenses for Ensu-

elles within a few weeks is an opin- Villa.' particularly ice cream emporiums and want our children to go any portion of Haytien terri-

ion that is sustained even in Turkish U. S. Not Neutral? drug stores, was not being enforced.C. I I places, so we wrote to the ing Year $67,67.t.98-City

circles, according to reports at Sofia I It was indicated that both of the E. Howard, editor of the Orange We believe in righteousness. the establishment of rural Clerk's Salary Raised

emanating from Constantinople. Carranza factions have endeavored to County Citizen, acted as general. not make this a personal district police to be made up of $25 Per Month ,.

create the impression among Mexi- spokesman for the women who were !1|: came to you two or three commanded by Americans.
Brest-Litovsk Fortress Will and members of the first time before
that this is takingone representatives your Details Demanded
cans government The
city council met yesterday in
Fall in a Few Days I I I
Orlando W. C. T. U. said would do
side or the other, and this suspi- you you demands further that the the most important session of the -
London, Aug. 24.-While the strong Will Enforce Law. !I I I Then went to June
cion of the sincerity of the motives of you of revenues collected by the year. The tax roll was presented and ,
Russian resistance has inflicted a As result of the meeting, where wrote to the 4
the United States has made a peaceful a governor while temporarily in approved. It amounted to $5,619,863,
check upon the German operations in settlement of the problem very evidence was taken by Solicitor Til- thought you needed a of the customs and other reve- an increase over 1914 of $257,559.
the Baltic provinces, the Teutons, according den it is that the state law Mrs. Benschbach
expected '
difficult.It agencies, shall be distributed in City Clerk Jansen's estimate of the
to official statements received will be enforced hereafter and that of the W. C. T. U., stated
is likely that the administration following order of
precedence: amount necessary to meet the city expenses
tonight from Berlin and Vienna, made ice soda water and I time she went to the business
will wait patiently until the German creams, cigars, American employes, to settle for the ensuing year was $67-
progress on all sides of BrestLitovskand situation clears up and until after the various drinks will be denied men, and saw people eating ice bonds, and to defray the ex- 674.98. The millage of 14 is the same
complete investment of the fort- and children. Following the hearsay she said she had
impending battle between Villa and women for which appropriations as last year. The extra one mill was
ress within a few days is predicted. Obregon has taken place before again meeting Mr. Tilden stated that the picture plays on Sunday. made under the budget. voted for publicity tax to advertise

bringing to bear Car- state law would be enforced. "As a W. C. T. U. Should Act. : Davis has
TWO MORE GUNBOATS TO AS- pressure upon given the Hay- Orlando. This tax will amount to
result of the meeting" said Mr. Til- Mrs. A. A. Gould
and his followers. until
SIST CAPERTON IN HAITI ranza government tomorrow to $5,619.86 and can be used only'forthat
Carranzaz Reply Today den, "there is only one thing to do W. C. T. U., said she never to these terms.
Washington, Aug. 24.-The dispatch and that is to enforce the law. As the business district on : purpose.
Vera Cruz, Aug. 24.-Gen. Carran- deputies and senators ex- Tax Roll Figures. .
of two more gunboats to rein- za's reply to the Pan-American note in the past, acting upon evidence sub- people, she said, came to themselves as opposed to the The footings of the tax roll for the

force Admiral Caperton in Hayti was will be sent to Washington probably mitted, I shall pursue the duties of asked her why the W. C. T. which they declare are unrea- ensuing year follow:
announced today by the navy department office in the act. She said the letter of
tomorrow. Semi-official my customary manner. ] and
announce- they especially oppose Real estate, $4,644,270.
ment was made this morning that the Evidence Insufficient.The to Governor Trammell was complete control of the country's Personal, $803,970.
The gunboat Sacramento, now at evidence of law violations a majority of the W. C. T. U.
"first chief" is already engaged in by the American
government. Railroads, telegraph, etc., $171,623.
New Orleans has been ordered to
drafting the note. It is the belief in which the men and women submitted Volunteer evidence was Total assessment, $5,619,863.As .
proceed to Port au Prince. not sufficient in the of for. This varied and of
official circles here that Carranza will was majority was SOLID TRAIN OF CAT- stated, the increase over 1914 is
The gunboat Marietta, now at Pro- instances, to make to leadto less importance. Sheriff
a case or
reaffirm that the constitutionalist TLE PASSES
ORLANDO than million dollars
more a quarter ,
gresso, Mexico, is to proceed to San forces now control the greater part I prosecution. There was some direct lauded for his active work, .
a satisfactory figure.
Domingo, where she can be dispatchedto of the republic and their opponentsare evidence and some hearsay evidence quets were hurled at the solid train of cattle passed Estimate of Expenses.The .
any Haytien port. most of it however hear- : itor for his work in
now disorganized and in flight, Orlando Monday afternoon city clerk's estimate of the
It was stated by Acting Secretary and, therefore, the constitutionalistsare say and based upon what other people lators of the whisky laws. the Atlantic Coast Line en route amount necessary to meet the city expenses
Roosevelt today that no serious trou- I had and to the W. Objected to Method.
entitled to consideration in their seen reported Kansas
City. They were shipped for 1915 and 1916 follows:
bles have recently been reported by C. T. U. Several of the women who Geo. W. Phillips talked
claims for the
recognition only Kissimmee
as and
II were raised on Sinking fund, $8,083.33.Interest .
Admiral Caperton, and with the ar properly constituted government in gave evidence never came to the business erable length, telling of his famous Lake I bonds
ranges bordering on $14,047.62.
rival of the cruiser Tennessee with Mexico. I district on SitflNiipitt, and when and how affairs were I General $45,544.03.

its battalion of marines, and two gun they did they were riding in automoI I I relations with his employes. 4)U. expenses, '
Total estimated
boast, it is believed that Admiral Ca- I biles and saw the doors of ice 'that he passed the expenses, $67,674.98.'Be
perton will have sufficient forces to i(I emporiums and drug stores and |candy kitchen and it resolved, by the City Council,

keep down trouble. SCHOOLS l TO OPEN SEP..21] I saw persons sitting there. open thirty people eating saw, OF FlA. COUNTIES shall that the be as tax follows levy for: the current year

Politics Enter Case. smoking on Sundays. This
FLOOD SITUATION IN THE MERAMEC "For general city purposes there
RIVER DISTRICT High School Building Remod- Again several witnesses testified only case he cited. He Capita Indebtedness ShowsVariation shall be levied 9 mills on the dollar of

GROWING BETTERSt. elled; Larger Attendance that they had seen money pass for the method of bringing From 40 Centsin the assesesd valuation of the taxable

Louis, l\Io.-The receding of the Than Ever Before Is soda water and ice cream, and that curing court house evidence., swearing them Leto $85.10 in property within the city, and for out-
little boys had purchased candy at
standing bonds, interests and sinking j
Meramec river flood today failed to ExpectedThe Miss Eliza Wright Manatee County '
drug stores, bringing the same to ,
substantiate that funds there shall be a levy of 4 mills
reports twelve
persons I Junior League services and eating it i little boy had purchased a
the dollar of the assessed valuation
were drowned Sunday when the city schools are getting ready candy at Dean's drug store Washington, D. .-The bureau of on -
before the class.
river rose to a new high mark. It is for a return to their books, and although day afternoon. She stated census has made public the per of the taxable property within
Politics entered into the hearing
believed now that none perished in the schools will not resume had eaten at Fields indebtedness of the variou the city; and for publicity purposes
for Geo. W. Phillips said there would one ,
the overflow. It is impossible to esti until Monday, September 27, the trus with two other of Florida. there shall be levied 1 mill on the
be a day of reckoning, to which Mr.. company
dollar of the
assessed valuation of the
mate accurately] the property damage tees are arranging all the details and Tilden Mrs. Pedrick talked at wide range of per capita in-
promptly replied that the
f from the floods of the Meramec, Gas- i the teachers will be on hand at the cluding with "This is shown by the fact that taxable property within the city, mak
end of his term of office if he had not : meeting "
ing a total levy of 14 mills.
conade and other Ozark mountain proper time. Most of them are here have had its desired people of Levy county carry a
fulfilled the duties of his office he
streams, but a large area of bottom now, but those who have been away Gould stated that she felt out of only forty cents a head, while This will amount to $78,678.08 reve-
would gladly step down and out for
a for the .
land in eastern and southeastern Missouri for the summer will be home the first better man.Howard at the session, adding: "Not per capita indebtedness of :Man nue ensuing year.A

is under water; hundreds of of the month or the middle of Sep we love it but because we county is $85.10. motion was made by Mayor Sperry -

summer dwellers were driven from tember. Reluctant. pelled to love it." per capita indebtedness of va and carried increasing the salary

their club houses, tents and cottages The grounds around both of the. C. E. Howard, editor of a local pa Florida counties, as given by the of the city clerk, Carl Jansen, $25

along the streams and the greater buildings wil soon be placed in first per, was the first to testify. He said I Copy of Letter Sent to bureau, is as follows: per month, beginning August 1, 1915.

part of the town of Valley Park, nine- class condition. The south side building that he came up town every Sunday Governor Trammel! $13.99; Baker, $2.82; Brad The mayor and Commissioner John

teen miles from St. Loqis, is inun- has been remodelled and repainted morning, that he actually saw McEl- The letter sent to $2.13; Brevard, $2.96; Calhoun, son voted in the affirmative andj

dated. inside and when the opening day I roy's, Smith's, and DeLaney's drugstores mell is Orlando.as follows Fla.: Aug. 17 ; Citrus, $12.04; Clay, $11.87; Co Commissioner Johnson in the nega-

Thirty-five hundred persons in Valley arrives will present a better appear selling soda water to customers To Governor Park Trammell $15.68; Dade, $70.73; DeSoto, tive.

Park were made homeless Sundayand ance than when first erected.It and that the clerks in these stores Tallahasse Florida. ; Duval, $53; Escambia, $37.10;

today a relief committee voted to is feared that some of the gradesare really accepted money for the drinks. Hon. Sir:-The l ladies of $11.45; Gadsden, $5.94; BASEBALL RESULTS
lie said that he T. U. of 104 members, of
appeal to Gov. Major for aid. going to be crowded but the trus acted reluctantly in hereby petition for relief in $6.64; Hernando, $11.84;
the Federal
matter of
tees are arranging to do the best they giving testimony. He very close to their hearts $1.44; Jackson, $9.33; Defter League
. . . . also was inclined to believe that the For Newark 0, Buffalo 3.
can under existing conditions. The many years the city of $5.15; Lafayette, 9 cents; Lake,
S county solicitor had has been subject to the Chicago 4, St. Louis 3.
PINEAPPLE FREAK indications are that there may have no right to ; Lee, $5.11; Leon, $13.79; Levy, I
questions "under the cloak of his of of the state and her Pittsburg 4-4 Kansas City 013.
to be some shifting around after the these laws, have enjoyed the cents; Liberty $1.76; Madison, I
Mrs. A. Hochstrasser brought but this fice" as to who was responsible for ; Baltimore 6, Brooklyn 14.
schools open condition can'tbe of a quiet, orderly, well kept ; Manatee, $8.5.10Iarlon, $7.53; '
i to the Sentinel office yesterday sized up at this time. the complaint to Gov. Trammell. He and have been subject to ht $31.74; Nassau, $13.24; Or National League

morning a pineapple' freak. There While the high school will probablybe said a sheriff or solicitor was helpless insofar as their children $18.15; Osceola, $5.89; Palm New York 1, St. Louis 12.
cerned, by of
are seven apples all joined together larger than ever before, the accom without the co-operation of the peo laws governing reason the day.: $62.87; Pasco, $5.20; Polk, Brooklyn 0, Cincinnati 5.

which contains thirty-two modations are ample. Many of the ple. This state law was ; Putnam, $30.37; St. Lucie, Boston 10, Pittsburgh 0.

crowns or slips. It is of the winter residents are expected to re Not a Detective Bureau. city ordinance from the '" ; Santa Rosa, $4.97; Sumter, Philadelphia] 1, Chicago 6.
Smooth I Mr. Tilden asserted that he poration of the city, and American League
Cayenne variety and is was
i turn soon so as to enter their childrenon few instances has been ; Suwannee, $9.39; Taylor, $7.94;
pronounced a curiosity by all who the taking evidence because charges had Cleveland 6, New York 0.
opening day, Monday, September the city authorities. $8.77; Wakulla, $1.89; Wal
have seen it. Mrs. Hochstrasser 27. been preferred against him to Gov. Under Governor $5.39; Washington, $4.37. Detroit 1, Boston 3.
has Trammell. He said istration it became Chicago 6, 5.
a pinery near Fairvilla and that he believed necessary bureau announces that the Washington
f per
He} quality of the fruit surpasses AN IMPORTANT CONFERENCE he had done his duty in the past and idents from violations of the county of the to indebtedness of lIi11sborou h, St. Louis 10-6, Philadelphia 7-2.

that of any previous season. She that his position would be placed and as at that time Orlando and St. Johns counties had Southern League

has made several shipments from At 3 o'clock this afternoon there rightly before the governor. an open town a special been computed. The St. Johns Chattanooga 5, Atlanta 1.

which good returns wererecehed will be a conference of represents He further stated that he was not I the governor to the sheriff records were destroyed Memphis 5, Mobile 2.
by fire.
but she is now finding a ready tives of the Orlando, Winter Park making a detective bureau out of his ty were solicitor compelled was to secured arrest ; New Orleans 6, Nashville 3.

market at home for all the fruit Windermere Winter Garden, Apopka, !office and that he was always willing simply publicly notify them TO ATTEND FUNERAL Little Rock-Birmingham, too wet.

she brings to Orlando. and Pine Castle boards of trade at Ito prosecute cases when evidence was rest would follow violations,

. . . . f the Peoples National Bank. The submitted in the proper form. Only years thereafter there was \ O. W. Pitman, of Waycross, THE WEATHER
meeting was called by Chas. P. Dow, two times, he said, had he been approached I blind to city the authorities situation and at this the e ., and Mrs. C. L. Pitman, of Atlan For Florida: Generally fair today

J. P. Holbrook, Walter and Richard president of the local board, at the in regard to alleged Sunday openly violated by drug Ga., are in Orlando, having been and Wednesday; gentle shifting

Tucker left for Jacksonville on the suggestion of W. C. Temple, of Win violations, once before taking office, fountains ice cream here to attend the funeral of winds.

A. C. L midnight train last night. ter Park, who is president of the and once June 11 by the W. C. T. U. the stores inevitable, cigar stores result ett will!.. and be daughter and sister, Mrs. H. A.

They will return some time today South Florida Chamber of Commerce, Tilden Needed Spanking.Mrs. ural tendency toward a who was buried in Green The best Wrieht & Ditson tennis A

I with a new Hupmobile. recently organized at Tampa. Howard stated that she had (Continued on page ) cemetery yesterday afternoon. balls 35 <
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t i ARCADE LETTER! TO YIXG A GOOD TIME $75,000 A half which baked he youth desired who to gain inherited con- I Jacob Burkhard A. B. Cook & Co.i

stop to examine carefully the trol of before he became of age, has ..
FROM moments of our lives been trying at Des Moines to get divorced PLUMBER Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla.

MILK find that they are not from the girl he married in I _

when we had set our heart order to gain that control. They had

OF I N )' on having a good time. On met but once before they married. Dealers in Real Estate, In-
hand, most people cite il- The youth and his crew have been
Better Known as "Jake the Plumber" vestments and Business
DEPOTBUTTER instances of very doleful trying to blacken the girl's characterand .jQppor-

The that ccme from the most undo the hasty act which was tunities.

to enjoy themselves. done to circumvent a will. The girlin
The best life
the preponderance of the case gave the youth's attorneya

MILK- watchfulness, but on the side of sane care-free mighty good answer, and one that HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS
take from the .
things that are often not should be burned into the minds of
Fresh Every Day. premiums to I
pay especially entertaining, we careless fellows who believe in a double
5c. glass Of course, I ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
per to the conclusion that the moral code. Asked if she did not LOANS

25c. per gallon of us sooner or to have a good time is think it was somewhat strange to ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. MORTGAGES
;precaution, and
cowardice. We are afraid marry a man on such short acquaintance
CREAM AND MILK end that none can I BANK STOCKS
will think we are not she asked quietly: "Is it any
BUTTER Every normally the right thing. We are worse for the girl than the man?" TIMBER
the firmest faith
to imitate the habits of Is it? In fact is it worse for womento BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Fresh Homemade luck, that it will -
and we have less origi- do a great many things the doingof Phone 204 OF ALL KINDS.
through the dan
SANDWICHES our pleasure than in almost which often calls for social ostracism -
alike. His faith is

PIES AND CAKESARCADEMllK his experiences I else ardent under reassurances the sun. are they,make than for trips men to to the do city them or when stalk 1,1- a 0.-. E ,1.,1111.-- ;;;;--D D'I; -; ;--; -; ; ; ". i

him few or no !
convince ourselves and our under cover of darkness? The hopeis
that has made his
we are actually having a that with the coming of the ballot

DEPOT of continued Though, as a matter of women may be able to drill this belief KEEP COOL !
or physical, or
usually easy enough to tell into the heads of men. Men who like
patience with the
fun has been genuine or to hell around would go a lot slower
ings of others,
iAN ----- There are hordes of dis- I if that helling around might include DRINKCHERRY

point of splendid :I people hunting over the : the spouse left at home to care for
to entertain as valid I
UNSOLICITED LETTERWant the blue bird of happiness the children.
are offered by such SMASH i
seem a long way from learn ,
It is doubtless
to compliment you for many, of our it was always singing in the The Sentinel's classified columnsare
before their doors.- The ideal drink for
the excellent work you have done imaginary, matters own full of little human interest sto- hot weather.Pineapples .

for me. ness. They Gazette. ries, reflecting the needs of hundredsof

Have been coming to Florida mental and are people.
for 30 years and have had work would-be sufferer LINES FOR SOME

done from Jacksonville to Key cupation or because GOWNS .

West, ,St. Augustine to Pensacola afford it financially. Now is the time to eat this delicious '

anA I can truthfully say I sons the busy, By Mary Glynn Dr.GlParrisMM. .
of the latest creations fea
have had such excellent fruit.
never sympathy, and ofen
work done for me, as you have in his classification Callot, the waist line is un of the firm of Drs. Parrish &

done. The proprietors of the have a claim on such in fact, there is a de- Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located

laundries of Jacksonville and But what are a to the once popular indefinitely at Lumsden's Vegetables received fresh J *
." To the tall, slender
Tampa, not to speak of smaller that threaten the
type of gown is most be Stable, on West Church Street.
places, can come to your place man? every day
for this reason this style The Doctor is a graduate vet-
and learn how to do work. The Pride goes before '

people of Orlando can justly feel fall is inevitable to to a slender figure. An erinarian. A trial will convinceyou --- - -' -- -

proud of their Steam Laundry. long delayed. For affair from Callot is shown of his superiority; over the

(Name on application.) matter of growing low waist line, compara- uneducated horse
neck, and long sleeves. doctor. Examinations Our Grocery Company
or rather the
rose, green and silver, made free of chargeat
fact that at fifty he t
Orlando ably some of the combination. Over a the stable. Two Phones: 3 and 200
of cream lace and crushed
Calls answered by day
twenty.Florida has some drapes a loose elaborate- ni ht.PHONE t 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. |
Steam LaundryFRENCH jacket, belted low with ,
a man that other NO. 23RACKARD.S
girdle that falls
not threaten. There MMMiMMIMMItHIMUMIIIIMIitOMtMllllltiitlS
DRY CLEANERS in the back. The effect
LAUNDERERS of rest, or vacation
Oriental or Turkish and
pressing duties of
PHONE 88 in the embroidery are
few of this kind
whom the mere shading from rose into Located in the Arcade Building

ing and being able here and there bright sil All work guaranteed and neat PER

joy-know how to odd arrangement of silk net ly done. Our work is the best 25 CEN1 DiscountFor
low waist line down, is fas-
Get Behind when the idea is su 79,277."r and our prices are the lowest.
a for this tunic loops
go beyond the This is the place to have your
giving a pannier effect.
old clothes made
T1eUh9towand I sponsibilities, ) new.
finished at the cuffs
mails and telegraph Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c. the benefit of our customers -
bands, are smart fea-
enjoy a really cool. dry. sweet I for a time their Suit dry cleaned, pressed___GOc.

mole. The Wellington Pipe wont Inevitably the Suit pressed ________ ____40c. we will give a 25
boil wont foul
get of a Florida All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

Am.rieaCaine J.I..J. In rarely excessive, PROGRESSING pressed ------- _____50e I per cent cash discount on

c aDd The need for most :Mohair suits pressed _. ____25c.
of Orlando's streets is all goods sold during the
vase dup4: -y a bit of cold, a
rapidly to
25<.3,0.... frost in some completion. We do ladies' work also. Giveus
the higher the West.Church street pav- a trial and be convinced. month of July and August.

states. Clothes called for and delivered.
But there are days DeLaney street I
torn up on account of the
little things that at Phone (6 13.
the concrete curbing which
I Say All: temporary under way. Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
when they are ------ - --
are at
I shower that drenches FOR SALE! '
from shelter on East Robinson avenue. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. .
away ,
You want to see this new for curbing this street SCREENS WHAT AM:
unless dry clothing under way for several days Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla. '
package Spider is introducing to as possible, and work of putting the SCREENS
the market-its the swellest Excessive the forms was begun Mon I
drinking The paving on Rob- John W. Pounds, Agent
thing out in the way of little especially when it is is to extend as far as Box 703
ful to digestion.
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Cigars. lows is less

See him at the of the drinks liquid,slowly.water I ago Orlando was put I 1- CAREY HANDFUNERAL

far preferable to the place to get a new federal What do you
the amount appropriated

Good and Bad fountain sweetened to suit Orlando was has named grown at consid-$60,- hope for in a DIRECTOR {

though it is but
sweet is the bill was passed and varnish ? AND EMBALMER .

Cigar StoreOrange degree than strong at such a pace as to sug-
building planned several
The things that
will be inadequate for the
Avenue |health, that of the THE All calls answered
the weak, are a few years from Promptly Dayor
it could be completed. The

power He escapes is strongest longest, therefore making efforts 'ONUtJTRO Night. Hand Block.

$$2 I St, AugustineAND chine the eventually wearing by old the age out that of appropriation that provide the for amount increased.the pres-of Orlando, Florida.PHONE .

time in the future and VARNISHES
No one, however Sears will be asked to 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457, .
ignore the
RETURN istence. in the amount to that


MONDAYISEPT. 6 6Yla AN a fellow knows at morn When you buy varnish for your )
born; floors you hope that it will improve
at ten o'clock, the next the appearance of those floors and
Work has vexed that it will be durable. '

elling of the room writin'. 'rithmetic, Unfortunately much that Is sold for AUTOVSll1NG\ STATION ::1
by the E. A. Quigg .=ick. floor varnish wont realize that hope

South Orange has to go to work, for you.Lawson's. .

Atlantic Coast lineStandard The building, shirk.'bout two, he takes 'for has a.wonderful Lnstro deep Elastic lustrous Floor finish.Varnish It is THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR tREPAIRINGF.
Davis and McNeil, f'asilyapphed because it works easily. It
three business wife. is unequalled for durability and will not
scratch white. It dnes dust- 1
Railroad of the absolutely S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.
South till
being placed len to bring in lights free in from five to seven hours and gets
fights hard in twenty-four hours.As .
:room, thus giving Ies with his Known as "The Handy Man."
fellow men, for economy. Lustro has a covering
i tire length of the then capacity that is wonderful. --_ --
Special Train The inside of the awhile and thinks, Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
I ished blinks. Varnish at our risk returnable if nn I nicely, making factory.
at last it's time for bed,
desirable business dead." chine parts. Work guaranteed.
I Made by; Valentine & Co.
Tickets limited to September S avenue. Whitelock in N. Y. Times.
Manufacturers of GASOLINE AND OIL :

Special train returning leavesSt. BIG FAIR IN Sentinel is Freeman V. D. Phillips
replete with the VAL-EXAMEL\ Mgr
Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8 of most of the mer t I I :

San Francisco. Orlando and there are some t ) .
number of visitors to
For Information Call opportunities contained All to be
on I cific exposition has which had at .-. 1
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. !.000, it was care- FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A average daily Read all the buyers advertise will STORE r Try a Sentinel Want Ad :\

Orlando two weeks has been Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.


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.. Housewives' leagues are doing much Augustine, Fla.-Fred M. Allen, Modern science is responsible for
to promote household economy of the who for the past six years has been Mr. Wm. Speir, the well known nursery the delicate! conditions of many of our

highest order; and as their work is city editor for the St. Augustine o salesman, whose home was in chi'dren. Before the advent of the .

extended, there ought to be a satis- Evening Record, has tendered his res- Orlando but who was a familiar fig- milk cow as an efficient wet nurse our ri.I

factory increase in individual savings ignation to take effect on September i ure throughout the greater portion of tabes were reared by specific means I x. -

bank accounts. The Associated Clubsof 1, when he will go to Orlando, as associate Florida, died at the Brown House, on provided by nature. To society this

Dopestic\ Science are working I editor to Editor J. Hugh Reeseof I North Kentucky avenue, at 12:20 proved too great a burden, so the Y -
along this line also. Mrs. Winnifred the Orlando Evening Reporter- o'clock this afternoon. Death was cow's daily supply was drawn upon

H. Cooley, president of the organiza-I I Star. The associates of Mr. Allen on very sudden, as he was on the streets and her own "veal" forced to seek

tion, gives these eleven "dont's"which.the Record and the people of St. Au- yesterday, apparently in his usual sustenance at the bran pail. Theo

are commended to women who wantto gustine generally will regret the leave health. However, he had been suffer- hen's attention was likewise diverted

save money: taking of the popular young newspa- ing some time from Bright's disease, from her kith and kin by the cold-

Don't be optimistic regarding the per man from this city. and about a week ago was taken se- hearted inventor of a contrivance

butcher. Have a scale in your own During the six years of newspaper riously ill here and had to return to called "incubator," which snatched 1

kitchen. I I activities in St. Augustine Mr. Allen his home. Apparently,. he got much from her her maternal duties and

Don't market by telephone unless not only added laurels to his crown in better, but last night was stricken broke up her cozy domestic life, sep-

you want seconds and left-overs. the newspaper field, but he has also with a renewed and more violent attack arating her so far from her brood

Don't forget that there is much proved a most desirable and public and steadily grew worse until that she can no longer recommend

nutriment in cheap cuts of meat if spirited citizen of this place. In ad- the end came. them as toothsome broilers and brol-

properly cooked. dition to his local work on the Recordhe Mr. Speir had been making fre- erettes. Sterilezed pigpenh have also

Don't economize on cereals. Theyare has also done considerable corre- quent visits to this city, as he did to robbed the juicy bacon of its old time

the best and cheapest foods. sponding for a number of Northern every community throughout South charm. If the war is an impedimentto

i Don't buy fruit and vegetables out papers and also some of the principal Florida, for probably a quarter of a scientific progress, then we cer- 0

of season. dailies of Georgia.Mrs. century. Few men in the state had a tainly needed war to bring us backto

Don't buy in large quantities if Allen will also be greatly wider acquaintance, and he was pop- mother earth. I can stand most

your home is small. missed by her many friends here as ular with all classes. He was honor- anything, but when coffee is made of > .

Don't take ice in winter. Use a she has been quite active in musical able in his dealings, and possessed a sawdust, granulated sugar of sand, "White w h.L.Beauty"Aa.wa ..

window box. II and social circles here. The best genial, kindly manner that made and butter of soap grease, it's time
Don't novels. wishes of the of St. friends of all with whom he a
buy new people Augustinewill came in for some one to enter a life-size kick, THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM
Don't jump on a car for every ten i follow Mr. and Mrs. Allen when contact. and it might as well be me-Zim! in ,

blocks. Walk. they leave here for Orlando the last Deceased leaves one daughter, who Cartoon's Magazine. "The Hoosier Cabinet Saves Steps"
Don't get into debt. Charge accounts of August. resides in Orlando, and the remains .

are vampires. ...1 .will be taken to that city for inter- LAKES AROUND BERLIN CONTAMINATED The low price of this wonderful labor-saving machineon

Don't live beyond your income. 'RETURNS FROM PROSPEROUS ment.-Lakeland Telegram. AND CHOLERA the club plan is fixed everywhere by the Hoosier fact- ,

It is saving that counts. It is not SECTION TO ANOTHER PROSPEROUS RAVAGES ory. You pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms.
what he earns but what he saves that SECTIONThe UNCLE SAM HAS MORE BUR- Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and

determines whether he shall be richor DENS RESTING ON BROAD have it save two hours from your kitchen work tomorrow. A
poor, comfortable or penniless in SHOULDERS Amsterdam, via London, Aug. 23--
Middle Western States in
7 sickness or old age. are The Berlin Vossiche Zeitung states OSCAR HAND & SON
.excellent condition, according to M.
Rome via that the bathing places on the river
O. Overstreet, who has returned from Paris, Aug. 23.-Appre-
near Berlin have been closed by the
ciation is
RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT: SOON a sojourn of several weeks at Kansas expressed here in govern-
TO RECEIVE LARGE ORDEROF i City. That section of the country ment circles and by the people of the police, owing to several cases of chol-
weighty burden undertaken by the era among shipworkers in Branden- IST.- JOHNS
LOCOMOTIVES I oats faces and an corn enormous, and will crop receive in wheat top-, American embassy at Constantinoplein burg province.The RIVER EXCURSIONSSanford 1k
paper states that the lakes
the protection of Italian interestsin
Philadelphia, Aug. 23.-Fifteen locomotives notch prices. The cancellation' of two
around Berlin have been contami-
5,000 tons of steel rails, million bushels of wheat bj the Allies Turkey. Unofficially hopes are expressed -
nated and that energetic measures are to Jacksonville :
and other railway equipment, aggre- I caused a temporary flurry, said Mr. that the United States will
being taken to prevent the spread of
send additional warships to render the
gating several thousaiv tons, part of .Overstreet. The allied governments cholera.IT .
a large order to local firms from the in Europe have placed heavy orders presentations of Ambassador Mor-

Russian government, were being for war munitions of all kinds in that genthau'effective..
p ed on the British steamship St. load-I I section. I I REQUIRES MONEY\ TO RUN

ards today. It is estimated laborers I COUNTIES THESE DAYS $7.00. ;

I I empire, remote from the direct influ-
will take a week or ten days to complete *
the stowing of the !'I I ence of American consuls. St. Augustine, Fla.-It will cost
cargoes. AT SANFORD SOUTH $157,031 to St. Johns Including meals and berth
The St. Leonards will then sail for I j I run county for
Vladivostok via the Panama canal FOREST FIRES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA the coming year, according to the
or I The Clyde Steamship company, by I budget prepared by the county com- Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days
may proceed to Archangel A second ....
putting on a low round trip rate to missioners and
to be
shipment is expected to be made on j Jacksonville from New York, is securing I Vancouver, B. C., Aug. 23.-From at the finally acted LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER
upon September when
the I' meeting
Indo Maru
due here Japanese steamship 20. : considerable travel from New i i Aalter bay to the international boun- the tax levy is made.CAUSING '-
September Yorkers and residents of the New (i lary line the coast of British Colum- OSCEOL..A.JLeaves 1

England States. The steamer Co- bia was shrouded today with smoke ANXIETYNew

'YOUNG MEN JVHO GO TO ,manche, arriving at Jacksonville Sunday 'as a result of forest fires. Lack of Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30: A. M.
CHURCH REGULARLY" carried several hundred rain is seriously effortsof
I passengers handicapping Orleans.-The
United Fruit
A combination
thirty of them enjoying the St. fire wardens to extinguish the company had heard nothing early to- daylight and searchlight trip

Services at the Orlando churches Johns river trip. As they came onlyas flames. day concerning the fate of the steamer of 400 miles through the heart of Florida
Sunday were largely attended. Sterl- far as Sanford and then returned,
Marowipne, one week overdue here
ing addresses were delivered by the the real beauty and attractiveness of Advertise in the Morning Sentinel from Belieze, Honduras '
with 28
passengers Clyde St. Johns River Line
eloquent Orlando ministers. 1 Florida was not seen. and get results. i and a crew of 65.

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THE DAILY social and business contact with the family. The press glorified in the nature of an attack has been made 4 r

thouands of good people of this state, antics of the notorious Thaw. The upon an officer of this county for !
SentinelMORNING whom I have in common with ,
South Florida as well as other states, will resent procedure of the courts became a many others the very highest regard,

AND WEEKLY this uncalled for attack upon the honor laughing and standing joke abroad. I take the liberty cf writing this let-

V. 1:. GLENN ......................E W. C. ESSINGTON ......B lneM )IaaacuEDteI'ed such consideration as think it en.
that the Chicago Tribune's editorial is have come to a rapid termination. In- you

at the poetoffice at Orlaa&t Florida a brazen, foul lie. stead they endured for three years.In (Continued on page 5)
Second Class Mail Matter.
u Unlike the Chicago Tribune, the these years the American public

SUBSCRIPTION RATES New York World, a standard news- mind became divided and confused. I We Are
Daily, 1 Year ........................ *&.00Dally. MODEL KINDRGARTNSGUOOL
6 Month ...................... 2.60 paper of the higher class and a representative -I I Groups of citizens became arrayed
Dail 3 Months ...................... 1-25 Journal in New York press against other groups-the nation's I
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 I
circles, and so recognized throughout mentality was disturbed. Is it any
Weekly 1 Year ...................... 11.00 America and the world, takes the view wonder riots and disorder are bred MISS LEY, Director -

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN that the Frank lynching was not rep- and flamed into shape! Opens Monday September 27,

resentative of the real class of Southern o .in Primary room, First Metho-

ADVERTISERS: society. The World says briefly: SUNDAY CLOSING LAW TO BE dist Church. Froebel System,

c.py fr di.play..d all other hand-vet The South's Clearer Vision ENFORCED; W. C. T. U. SENT : graded work. Beginners first

advertising of the-Sentinel urt be handed net later in at than the bauneuoffice 2 p. m.IK Mayor Woodward, of Atlanta, glorifying PROTEST TO GOV. i and second grades, pupils 3 to DoingJust
day before pnt ieation. This rule applies ,: l lynch law and warning ex- TRAMMELLContinued :5 of
years age.
to chances for contract advertising: it U Gov. Slaton not to "return to Georgiafor
variable and will be strictly adhered to. a year, if ever" and Tom Watson, I For particulars phone 221, or

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued striving to impart to the case of Leo ( from page 1) call at 14 East Jackson Street,
should notify the office in writing on Frank the false and sinister appear- after September 1st.
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be ance of a race issue, are fortunatelynot town, including the re-opening of the .
continued at the regular subscription rates representative of their section.If saloon question.The .
until notice to stop i* received. sheriff and solicitor I
Telephone Namb-r ...................... 24 there is in this tragedy a brighter county
aspect it is the strong evidence have have been waited upon by com-
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2;). 1913.; given that the best men of the South mittees and they acknowledge the The Cathedral School a little more than wepromise
disavow denounce and despise the force of the law and have promisedto
men and the deed that put a stain take action, but it all ends there.
A BRAZEN AND FOUL ATTACK upon its honor. The blaze of public- We now appeal to you for a rem-
UPON TilE HONOR OF ity turned upon this conspicuous example edy, asking that you exercise execu- Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
tive authority to law enforce-
calls keener attention than ever secure School for Girls
THE SOUTH. before to the dangers of the casual ment on the part of these officers, as
The lynching of Frank has arousedthe lynchings the South has tolerated. It you may deem best. 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915

North. As a result many unin- may be that out of a flagrant and Recently at the request of the men I Primary, Intermediate and Academic
scandalous insult offered to the law of the city the W. C. T. U. secured a Grades
formed editorial writers on Northern list of citizens closed That'sthe
may come higher regard for the law long favoring a
newspapers believe that mob law and and its sterner enforcement.A Sunday, and the several churches, by Also Musk, Art, Elocution, Physical

brute force is countenanced throughout newspaper in Mary Phagan's- rising vote, voiced the same. Culture and Domestic Science.

the South and by Southern peo- rietta home has found excuses for the This list we respectfully enclose. For Catalogues address the Rector,
murder of a ward of the state. One This violation applies to "Joyland,"
ple. To remove the stain from the in Macon has stated, untimely but not where a picture show is run and where Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M,
escutecheon of Georgia will require without force, considerations which anything,: wanted may be had. I Orlando, Fit.

many years-perhaps it will require a woke the anger of the people though I Respectfully submitted, history of our success. It
this "orderly nothing,: could justify them in turningto MRS. A. A. GOULD, President.In .
full generation to forget
mob violence. With these exceptions addition to the president the
lynching." no newspaper in Georgia has FIELD'SCHOCOLATE should be the foundation of
The Chicago Tribune, "The World'sGreatest failed to rebuke mob spirit without protest was signed by the secretaryand

Newspaper," is one of the hint of excuse and to express, in the a committee of three members.
which most uncompromising terms regret every enterprise.The .
many Northern newspapers and shame for its recent manifestation. Governor's Reply to the Petition. t
takes a false view of the case. For No journal in the North has State of Florida,
the acts of forty men the entire Southis put into more stirring words its hor- Executive Chamber,
of the crime than has the Atlanta
think in ror
condemned. One would Tallahassee Aug.9; 1915. i
Constitution.Leo Hon. W. L. Tilden, County Solicitor,
reading Northern papers that every Frank is, as the Constitutionsays VANILLA : favorable
Orlando, Florida. most and most
household south of the Mason and "only a detail in the awful sto-
Dear Sir-I am sending you here-
noosed and ry" It was "the state itself" that PEACH .
Dixon line contained a with copy of a petition received by
coiled rope, firebrands and knouts. was and lynched.justice"It that is was Georgia hanged, Georgialaw upon me from the ladies of the W. C. T. U. CARAMELICE powerful feature attached to any :
of Orlando, in which they appeal to
Such, however, is not the actual con- that Cobb county tree." It is "the
me to see that the law against Sun- I
e dition, thank God! sovereignty of the state of" Georgia"that day selling is enforced in Orlando. CREAMS. business is
it is regrettable that has been "desecrated. This is
For Georgia matter brought to your atten-
There is for make
a Georgia to
way I
first tion with a request that see to a
Frank was not executed in the amends to herself; and the leaders of you
enforcement of the law.
r place if he were to have been exe- public opinion are making clear the I proper I
Very truly ,
cuted by a mob. It is reasonable to way. It is to punish the criminals yours CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 1Ac.
who have degraded the state. It is to
that the Frank following
suppose reform the lax discipline of her pris- Strong and Forceful
r would have been resigned in a meas- ons that permitted the crime. It is to Letter to the Governorin !

ure to the legal hanging of the man rebuke and punish threats uttered :Mr. Tllden's Behalf. Satisfaction
had this immense following realized against public men like ex-Gov. Sla-
ton who do their duty as they see August 23rd, 1915. CLUB SANDWICH 25c.
; that the revengeful spirit of a group their duty. It is to teach in every lion. Park Trammell, ,

of men would ultimately triumph.A I corner of the state a new and higher Governor of Florida. fi f
legal hanging of Frank would respect for the law. My Dear Governor-I have just i
of all it is the task of the
learned with great surprise of a peti-
} have prevented the blot on Georgia, I
We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
public officials charged with the law's tion recently sent you, signed by sev-
would have the subse-
it prevented execution to vindicate it against the
eral citizens of Orlando (and purporting -
abuse of Southern states by a mob who defied it. and Delivered for All )
quent to represent the ideas of other citizens Satisfaction full and complete is
f prejudiced and ignorant Northern From the Frank case a lesson applicable ), in which petition Mr. W. L.

press. To live down the Frank lynching to legal procedure in Americahas I I Tilden, county solicitor of this county, OccasionsMCCRACKEN'S
; was criticised for alleged nonenforcement eternal aim. I
decades. One's heart started. The entire our
; will require been legalsystem of the law with relation to the It
: bleeds for the many good and right- in the United States should be selling of ice cream, soda water and

eous people of our sister state to the revolutionized. Speedier trials and cigars in Orlando on Sunday.I t

north who must submit to the cen- quicker justice without red tape and learn that your excellency quite t
properly and at the same time very
sure, abuse and invective that will years of intricate court procedure courteously advised Mr. Tilden of the

be Georgia's fate for years to come. should be evolved. The Frank casein I contents of this petition, and that the As To Quality and !
laws referred to must be enforced. I
Florida should be grateful that no Georgia, the Thaw and Becker
feel perfectly certain there will be no
such stain is upon her. cases in New York state are exam-
occasion for further executive actionof
The Chicago Tribune, in comment- any kind with reference to this Values
ing on the case, remarks: Thaw case dragged along for matter, and that even an official let "i

r, The South is backward. It shames nearly one decade. Every foul phaseof ter necessary to Mr. had Tilden the would full facts not have been been be- 'iVhen it comes to delicious light

the United States by illiteracy and in- the debasing story was fed to the fore you.

t competence. Its hill men and poor thirsty-brained American and his But inasmuch as something in the WAFFLES I
whites, its masses of feared and bul-
lied blacks, its ignorant and violent
It without that
_. politicians, its rotted industrial condi- AND goes saying our j
tions and its rotten social ideas existin
circumstances, which disgrace the SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS customers are the recipients of i
United States in the thought of SYRUP

Americans and in the opinion of for- Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If

i eigners.When the North exhibits a demon- not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem- THIS IS ONE OF OUR both. We refuse to stock anything I

stration of violence against law by ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS.
gutetr rats of society, there is shamein but the best and
the locality which was the scene of OUR IRISH POTATOESare SPECIALS we I
the exhibition. When the South exhibits here waiting for you. Prices right.

f it there is defiance of opinion. Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE 15 centsCatering charge FIRST AND LAST as '
The South is barely half educated.
? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow-
Whatever there is explicable in the i
murder of Leo M. Frank is thus ex ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur- I
plainable. Leo M. Frank was an atom chaser. 25c. packages and up. ]little as we consistently can \

in the American structure. lie might

have died, unknown or ignored, a Orlando Seed & Produce Co. for it I
thousand deaths more agonizing in To Those }
preliminary torture and more cruelin
Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.
final execution and have had no ef-
fect, but the spectacle of a strugglnig PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY Who Care
human being, helpless before fate as ,
a mouse in the care of a cat, will stag-
ger American complacency.The "Adam fell for" an apple i
South is half educated. It is a r r

region of illiteracy, blatant self-right Hundreds of people will "fall for"
eousness, cruelty, and violence. Untilit
is improved by the invasion of bet-
ter blood and better ideas it will remain What? Can you guess?

a reproach and a danger to the ,

American republic. To Feed
Very naturally the people of Florida Carry

as a representative Southern state i

resent this vicious attack. Chicago is

full of gunmen, crooks, yeggs, rotten 1 ? of ordinary quality is easy enough. We I Watch our Ads, we'll an-

politicians, debauched men and women -

and "gutter rats"-more vicious l try to do better than that. We admit !

and damning to the nation, perhaps I swer the riddle ourselves ;

than the forty men who participatedin it is a hard proposition to always get 1 ,

the Frank lynching. The Chicago

underworld knows no law. feed that is up to the standard we

The New York papers have taken a

fairer view of the situation. They like maintain but always looking for it and 1
have condemned Georgia but they would to we are

have not accused the South generallyas
doing our best to get it.
being "backward, "illiterate, Co

"half broad educated charge against" cruel the or South violent.issued The In the face of rising markets we are trying to keep our :

by the Chicago Tribune is quite likelyto
prices within reason.
act as a boomerang against that

paper.self-styled" "World's Greatest News DEPARTMENT[ [ STORE

Northern people from Iowa, Illinois :
Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, ...
and the other Middle West states who The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.

have come to the South, particularlyto

Florida, investing money in Florida S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. tt

realty, spending the winter months in I ,
.f this section, educating their childrenin =-

the public schools and coming in _1- _I-I- 1ILSfUJ1I1 U.JUJ1FJLU AL

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"Get It At Allen's"FRIENDSHIP


Wednesday, August 2;). 'cr&C
Mrs. Jos. Bumby will entertain the PROTEST TO GOV. V
Junior Matrons. TRAMMELLContinued
Twentieth Century Club meets with GRANDTO
Mrs. W. S. Branch.
Thursday, August 26. ( from page 4))
A beginners' shoot will be held under titled to, and should you have formed n +. n
the auspices of the Orlando Gun any impression derogatory to Mr. Til- i
Club on the grounds at the Coun- den's discharge of his duties as coun-
try Club. ty solicitor, the facts as stated here
The Rook Quartette will meet with may at least have some weight to- DAY U _I"'I_ St rv U
Mrs. Gross.Celebration ward removing that impression.Let .
Economy of golden wedding anniversary me say here that I have had
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Star- every reason for noticing and every o LINKS A
buck "at home." opportunity for knowing the mannerin
Friday, August 2" which the office of county solicitor "AN AMATEUR NURSE"A Every girl should have one of these Bracelets, each
Regular meeting of the v. T. U. has been conducted in this county. A link from a different friend.
at the Baptist church..,.',. good many years ago my father held Mina Comedy.
the office. Later for D
same on something 25c. including engraving.
in upkeep and MRS. HARRY P.DRI'COMPLIMENTED. like a year and a half I was as-
f sistant county solicitor in this county,
doing most of the work of the office.
The Chattanooga Tenn. News
gasoline con- ( ) and still later and up to the present M
gives the following interesting ac- time I have practiced to a greater or Lubin Drama.

count of a party which will be of less extent in the criminal court of 16. .... -d J1] A
record in this county. And if there -
sumption are much interest to the Orlando friendsof has ever been a county solicitor in & JL .Ocr-::

Mrs. Driver: this county who has thoroughly, vigorously A
items to be con "Mrs. John Lamar Meek was hos- efficiently and most ably dented I
If quality for a low price is
his time and energy to the pros- an object A
tess of an informal afternoon tea at Biograph Drama.A .
our wall
will win
ecution of all cases brought to his papers your favor.
sidered in buying her home on Oak street Thursday af- knowledge, then all of these things For the next 30 days we will offer for
ternoon, complimenting her guest must be said of Mr. Tilden, and these sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper ,

Mrs. Harry P. Driver, of Tampa, Fla., things are said and known of him HAZARDOUS COURTSHIPAn M b 1 from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
time to buy, and do
a car. throughout this entire county by those your papering
and Mrs. Richard
Randolph's guest, who know him and know his record. when you get ready.
c Miss Adelaide Patrick, of Washington Never but once before the present Edison Comedy.A We also carry a full line of High-

The upkeep in D. C."Goldenglow. occasion did I ever hear any criticismof Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .

and asters, combined Mr. Tilden as county solicitor. I invite you to call and inspect
did hear him criticised on one former "
the DODGE is with ferns, composed the decorations occasion, and the criticism was: "Mr. GOOD BILL our stock. A

of the rooms and porches, many of Tilden is so rigorous in his views of
't the flowers being arranged in hanging his own duty as to enforcing the 'law
lessened a grea baskets. against friend as well as foe that he Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C* A
is almost inclined to lean backward in 5 cents 10 cents -'Z
"An informal musical program was that regard." 205 S. Orange; Avenue .
deal by the very given by :Miss Rosa Lee Gaut, of There may have been in Orlando violations A
COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
of the law with reference to
Knoxville, the guest of Dr. and :Mrs.
Tomorrow Robert
Warwick in
the Sunday selling of ice cream, soda ,
reasonable price George R. West, and by :Mrs. Meek water and candies. As to this I shall

and Miss Lora Woodworth. not attempt to say. But I do know "Alias Jimmy Valentine," one of I. MUMH. .tll.Ittltl. . . IIIIMMMMMMilMtMThe ,. 1
"Later in the afternoon a salad and and can say that Mr. Tilden has noti-
for parts, as you' ice served. fied through the press of this city the the best pictures of the season.
course was
vendors of such articles (some of I
"About twenty-four neighborhood them my clients) that all offenses of I New Ice CompanyPHONE jj
will note by a friends composed the guest list. this nature brought to his knowledgewill
be vigorously prosecuted. And I
"Several enjoyable social courtesies I
know furthermore that Mr. Tilden 675
study of the following are being planned for the honorees of: has not only invited, but has urged .

Thursday, to be given in the near fu the very people who have made this 1
ture." complaint to bring before him any evidence I

prices: -- .against any; such vendor. and Delivery DailyWait
up to tnis time tne evidence nas not
APPEAL FROMW. been produced, nor has a single affidavit -
C. T. U. been made or warrant sworn
Piston The W. C. T. U. will hold a rum- out before either the justice of the for our wagon. We think
$1.60 peace or the county judge of this
mage sale next Saturday, August 28, county these being two other sources you will like our ice.

in the Hand store, formerly occupied through which, under our law, prose-
Piston Rings .25 by "The Boston Store," No. 112 Orange cutions could and must necessarily
have been instituted had the com-

ConnectingRod Those avenue.having rummage they would plaints Further been details made so in the far proper as this form.let- ROOf GARDEN( The New Ice Company i

like to donate will please send it to ter is concerned are perhaps unneces-

:Mrs. Sanders at No. 22 East Church sary except to say that I am in no .
Bearing .75 wise related to Mr. Tilden and that *
street, or notify her, and it will be
did he wish it he could obtain similar ltMlittmiMMtMtMIMi8MliMHIIIIiM M. iMtlitHiMlliltlHtHtftlltte
called for.Please letters from a great majority of the
Fan Belt
.25 take notice! The state con- citizens of this county.

vention will be held here the second Very respectfully, TODAY
C. B. ROBINSON. fOiiiliMMMtMMIMIillll'
Drive Pinion 2.50 week in November and we will' need :

money to do things as Orlando always ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. I

does. So please give us your old ,
clothes. Save for the I "MONOPOLIST"In
your rummage J. Von Dohlen, traveling passenger : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL ; ;
W. C. T. U.
And the. agent of the N. C. & St. L. three parts. ,I
These sales will be repeated from
railway, with headquarters in Jack- ,
time to time.SOCIETY .
sonville, was among the popular
Car Itself -0-
NOTESOF transportation men spending yester- "P A THE WEEKLY"happenings f'
day in Orlando.
INTEREST.The of the world. t
Ladies' Aid Society of the First I
Mrs. F. T. Scruggs and son, Master
. seems like a Presbyterian church spent a very en-
Finch, Miss Eunice Ives, and Miss
joyable and profitable day in the CURTIS & O'NEAL
Mary McQuarters will motor over to I The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
church parlors The
thing of lifeabounding yesterday. ladies Daytona Beach today where they will
wish to take this opportunity to thankin The One-Price Theater
enjoy the refreshing breezes and excellent -

.; invitality' who a have public long way and a number faithfully of helpedto people bathing for several days. Insurance Loans Real]lEstate

make the "sit round" the success Mr. and Mrs. II. Carl Dann and son, Dress Pattern to be given awayat
trigger- that it is: II. E. Hand & Co., the Rentals I
Master Carl Morris, will leave this
Orlando Steam Laundry, the :Morning nine o'clock tonight.
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
swift in the Sentinel, the Reporter-Star, our genial -
glid- Line for Spring Lake, N. J., where
janitor, C. S. Hendry, those who
will the
they spend remainder of the
have offered the use of their cars, 10 cents i B cents
summer. They will be accompaniedas
ing get-away and those who have sent flowers
far as Atlanta, Ga.. by Mr. Dann's
9 in any way contributed towards this mother and sister, Mrs. M. L. Dann
and splendidly branch of the "King's business." and Miss Ethel. Thursday, "Who Pays? 3

MODERN WOODMEN OF parts. ESTABLISHED 1886liiniiimniiMMiiiiiiiiiitiiiiHintitiimiiiiit I
free from the

CAMP. RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
slightest jerk, or Deputy Head Consuls C. E. McDon- hour, 12 miles for 30 cents. i.

ald and E. W. Burkholder organizeda 8-25-tfc. ) jt

jump or jolt. large and enthusiastic camp of
FOR SALE-Four lots each 50x150 1
Modern Woodmen of America t
at Winter ft., on Amelia avenue. Price $400
Garden, and installed the following each. Mrs. Robinson Murphy, East t '1

officers: Consul, R. D. Smith; Concord avenue. 8-25-lt

$850. 00 past Harold> consul Henschen, Hans; Steenbock banker, C.;C.advisor Hew-, FOR SALE bushes--Oak; twenty-five trees and cents largegua'a and It Melts in Your Mouth I I II

ett; clerk, C. H. Estey; escort, J. M. up. Mrs. Robinson Murphy, East

I Pepper; watchman, 0. C. Vick; sentry Concord avenue. 8-25-lt I

G. II. Brumm; physician, R. L.

In Orlando Anderson, M. D.; trustees, A. R. Hew- FOR SALE-Family cow, giving 8 DAILY BULLETIN
quarts milk daily. Parties going "
ett, R. D. Anderson, A. E. Jones.
away. Address A. B., care Sentinel.
-0- 8-25-3t I ;
advisor, desires employment for i '
The Methodist Sewing Circle met one .
or men. Case of need. ,
with Mrs. Jos. L. Guernsey Tuesday Write Mr. Baker, Room 20, Court PINEAPPLE I
afternoon at her home on East Central House. 8-25-lt*
L W.Pllillips Lemon Ice PISTACHIO Grape-Ice 1
i avenue. A large number of ladies -
was present and a pleasant hour WANTED CHERRY ,

was spent in work, after which the I Good, convenient house furnished to center or of unfurnished town-, CARAMEL I '

hostess served delightful pineapple for next three months. B. Beacham. ,
sherbet and cake. ity. 8251tcFavorite I
We deliver: from one quart up i


Sunny South Camp No. 7615, Royal

& Neighbors of America, request all .

members to be present at the regular TODAY'S PROGRAM "and's Pure Ice Cream \

meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 drama Majestic., in two"The parts.Comeback." A

o'clock, at the I. O. 0. F. hall. Important Komic. 'Ethel's Disguise." Com-
business to be transacted. dy. I

Sons Katherine Dennis, recorder.An Princess.Boyd Marshall"The Final and Test.Renie Featuring Far-- Phone 566 and 666 t

rington. ,
I ad. in the Morning Sentinel: is a Four good reels of Mutual movies.
safe investment. Five cents to all. JI a

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Haytlen history told in exits: The Daytona Juniors went to Or- Messrs. E. W. Ellis Dan Cleary andC. FOR SALEWill

Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Kuhl, of Gore Emperor Desallines, assassinated. lando Tuesday and played a hard- J. West joined the county

avenue, are in receipt of a letter from President Petion (South Hayti), fought game with the Orlando high sioner, Mr. Osban and a commis-I
their son Mr. Carl Kuhl in which he died natural death in office. school team which resulted in a score citizens of Titusville and

tells of the flights he is now makingin Emperor Christophe (North Hayti), of 6 to 6 in ten innings. The boys Orlando in order to take up the mat- I j
the West. For some weeks he has suicide. made the trip from this city to Or- .ter of building a road from Indian 1 j offer for sale for a few days ,

been in Minnesota and in advertisingthe President Boyer, exiled. lando and return by automobile, stay- ,River City to Orlando with the county I
aeroplane flights those having President Herard, deposed. ing over night in Orlando.GazetteNews. commissioners of Orange county. The the property corner Orange Avenue,

that matter in charge have placardedhim Emperor Soulouque, fled. delegation was met with a warm reception -
Jackson and'Boone Streets known
in all public places and immense I President Geffrard, fled. and the county commissioners as

billboards as C. Von Kuhl. Of course : President Sainave, shot. FLEET MANEUVERS END of Orange county showed them
the skating rink for $26,000. '
our Carl had nothing whatever to do : President Nissage-Saget, abdicatedin I every courtesy and were surprised to property,

with this feature but he is very frequently haste. I I Newport, R. .-The Atlantic fleet, find out that by building about six $2,000.down and balance $1,000 a
addressed as "Count." The President Domingue, wounded and which has been engaged in war ma- and a half miles of road Orlando year

papers also tell of the vast crowds fled.President neuvers off Block Island during the could be connected with the East and interest at six per cent.

which assembled to see Aviator Kuhl Canal, abdicated. past week, returned here last night. Coast. Orlando has a very good road,

make his thrilling flights, and very President Salomon, abdicated. The entire fleet will leave here early much better than the average, and is

frequently Orlando comes in for some President Legitime, fled. next :Monday for Boston harbor, only about five miles from the St.

excellent advertising and notoriety. President Hippolyte, died in office. where it will be reviewed on August Johns river, and as the Titusville

President Sam, forced to resign. 25, Secretary Daniels and the state Fruit and Farm Lands company haveat C.A.HOVEYThe
NOT COMING AFTER LOAN President Canal, driven out. executives attending the conference of the present time a road graded to

President Nord Alexis, deposed. governors. within a mile and a half of the river,

London.-"It would be an error to President Simon, forced to resign. II it will take very little money to build

suppose the British financial delega- President Auguste, died in office. the connecting link and then it will
tion is going to America to negotiatea President Oreste, deposed. Once upon a time a beggar, upon be only about an hour's drive from

loan," says the Times. "Its primary President Zamor, forced to abdi-I' being asked why tie did not go to Indian River City to the "Town of J

business will be to rectify the cate.President work replied that he was afraid of Autos," the distance being but thirty-

adverse exchange rate and in the first Theodore, driven out. I'I work because work killed his wife. four miles. The trip now is about Market

instance other methods probably will President Guillaume, murdered. I And there is food for a world of one hundred and fifteen miles.-News

, be inquired into in concert with Amer- Note: Many other men ruled for a I'' thought in the tail end of his state- i and Star, Cocoa. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY ,
ican bankers. few days. I ment. There are women in this I
"The'policy discussed between Great : world who know nothing but hard
I"'You're sick of the !' Well, '
will be basedon work the hardest kind of game FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Britain and her allies grinding, that's shame )
the power to send gold to the serve racking, death dealing and soul i You're young and you're brave and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

United States in such quantities as When the of the is I destroying toil. The man finishes his I you're bright.'You've Everything screened away from the flies and kept freehand
war '
had deal I
1 work and smokes his in i a raw know, but
will assure the result aimed at, but day's pipe
written than shouldbe
more one chapter don't squeal,
it is possible the prospects of an given, truly remarks the Ottawa I|peace, but the wife toils on without Buck up, do your damedest, and We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have j
American loan be found suffi- I ceasing, washing dishes, ironing, fight.
may Free Press, to the great work that is everything: in the Meat Line. t
that until to It's the plugging away that will win
ciently attractive for course to mending, slaving ready drop.
being done by physicians and
1 I nursesNo the day,
be adopted." I class of men has responded more And though but a few short years So don't you be a piker old pard! :H.1Self & Co.

nobly to the call of duty than the men :I:ago the husband solemnly promised Just draw on your grit; it's so easy
to love, cherish and protect that wife, to quit; PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET .
A man and his wife went to Eu- of the medical profession. From the It's the that's
he now oblivious to the fact keeping-your-chin-up
rope, and the man's motherinlawwent various parts of Britain, from France, appears hard."
i I that her life blood is slowly ebbing -Robert W. Service in C and Gee.
along. Up to this point thereis and from the neutral United Statesi ,
no novelty in the story. On the i i they have gone to the battlefields. I away in toil too heavy for her frail

voyage the mother-in-law fell ill and j|And their work has been of tremen- I strength. Fortunately such cases are There are opportunities lying all COUNTRY SCHOOLS BEGIN NEXT WEEK[
not in the majority but mi-
died. Of course she had to be buriedat ''dous value. In Serbia, a death wave ; even a over Orange County and Orlando in
sea, and so the usual canvas sack I that was competing with the implements -I nority should not exist. particular, but money is never made We have all of the books used in all of the schools of Orange

was made, but instead of an iron 1 of war-the wave of typhus by gold that is hidden away. Hard County which we sell at the regular state contract price.

weight to sink the body they used a I was halted and wiped out. In going, I Do you know that it is impossibleto times are but a name, and even the We also have in stock a full assortment of School Supplies, ,

bag of coal. In commenting on the j too, these doctors have sacrificed more contract malaria without first be- name is worn to a frazzle. Now's including Tablets, Slates, Pencils, Inks, Book Bags, Rulers, Pens,
arrangements afterward the bereaved 'than the ordinary man. They have 'ing bitten by a mosquito. It's a fact, the time to bury the frazzle and get etc., etc. Our trade in this department has increased constantlyeach I

son-in-law, who stuttered badly, said: practically thrown away practicesthat I for mosquitoes alone spread the malarial down to business. Let's turn loose year since we began to develop it. Proving thus that our

"I-I always knew where m-m-moth- years were spent in building up. i germ. The mosquito gets its the gold and let it work. Opportu- prices are right and our goods perfectly reliable. Think of us

er-in-law was g-going, but bbblameme They have given much to the cause. deadly work in the dark hours of noity is knocking at our door, but it when you need school things. .

if I s-s-supposed she'd have t-to '!,Stratford (Ont.) Beacon. the night, when the weather is hot will not wait while we sleep. W. S. BRANCH .
carry her own f-f-fue1-Cleve'land! and the windows are open and the ,

Plain-Dealer. 1 people are longing for a little fresh THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
air. Hundreds of thousands of lives
London.-A Reuter's dispatch from might be saved if more attention were
I to the of windows and SKATING
Petrograd says: paid screening Erie, .-Fire Chief John J. Mc- RINK
doors,especially is this the where :
I I "Ossowetz, where heavy German case Mahon died here from injuries received -
dors is this where
attacks have been repulsed, is greatly especially case two weeks ago in the Mill creek
Bargain favored by topographical conditions, little children are growing up. The flood. He was found severely injured
time for the mosquito is at hand, the LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES- :
(which prevent the enemy from con- floating in the wreckage. Later he
!centrating their fire. The swamps, time to screen is all the time. developed typhoid pneumonia. DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

,with its marshes, which has protected -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

the fortress from being stormed, also i If you are feeing peeved and out PERU'S DEFICIT $1,500,000 INSTRUCTORS. '

has prevented the movement of heavy of sorts, take a brisk walk. You I II .

guns. J will feel better. If your brain is'' Lima, Peru.-It was announced by Open 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. i
New house 8 rooms and bath.
"Vilna, which ,was occupied by the !!overburdened and your mind is the minister of finance that the deficitof

Location perfect, 4 blocks from Germans after the Russian withdrawal I sluggish, get in motion again, for Peru for 1915 aggregates $1,500000. ,- Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St. '

from Kovno, is three miles distant. ,your legs are good doctors. A brisk .
center of city, east side. Consequently the conditions are very 'walk exercises the dormant muscles,

For quick sale $3000. Cash or unfavorable. The long stretch of I' stimulates the circulation of blood ROOT HEADS LAWYERSSalt AJJMISRIN 10 CENTS

s marshy ground between Ossowetz and and brightens the mind. It is good Lake City, Utah.-Elihu Root

terms. Vilna will be of great assistance to I for good people and better for the was unanimously elected president of

the Russians." bad ones. It is all to the good. the American Bar Association today. .


Paris.The speech of Chancellorvon ANL
The Orlando Meat MarketT. /
Bethmann-IIollweg before the -

German reichstag is printed verbatimin SHEET METAL CO,

the French papers and commentedupon A. YANCY, Jr., Manager

with a wealth of irony.
!1 The Petit Parisian draws a parallel Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
between the chancellor's speech and
Florida and Western Meats
Lady Macbeth's "Will all great Nep- and Rubber RoofingsCornices

tune's wash this blood clean
Oysters Fish Poultry Vegetables Game Etc.
from my hands? Skylights..Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings. ,'t
"lie is haunted the ofa \
by memory Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders ..
crime," says the paper. "His speechis 4
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO \:
a repetition of those made at pre- Business 135 P. O. BOX 226 .
vious sessions. We hope to learn 1. Residence 133 :or. Orange Ave. and Church St .
something definite regarding his inhumane -

warfare upon neutrals." _
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I j Tuesday evening the Ladies' Aid of FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE }FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITYGainesville Curtains Celluloids Bows
Concord Park will give a social on WOMEN Fla. ,
,Mrs. Buckmaster's lawn on West Tallahassee Fla. !
Highest standards, ranking with the
Colonial Drive. Hand's pure ice cream Standard the same as those of the
best and universities in the largest and best Universities of the
will be served with delicious home colleges
AND HAVE ONE FOR SALE country. North and East.
made cake, for ten cents a dish.
COME Modern buildings and equipment; 3.8 students last session. Total enrollment
., A special program of music will all modern conveniences.
add to the evening's entertainment. A 437 students regular term; 163 630, including Summer
good time is guaranteed and summer term; total enrollment last School.
session 63C.Tuition Orlando & Co.
See Mr. Hutton body is cordially invited. Free in College and Normal Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per Top Trimming
The proceeds will go towards the School. semester for law.
Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE, Mgr.
ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON building of the chapel. For Catalogue and information For further information, address

STREET writeEDWARD CONRADI. President. A. A. MURPKREE, President. -
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JvTxinl>er: Latilie arid Shingles I SENTINEL II'I PROFESSIONAL CARDS I


A Phone 617
Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet (
ORTJAJNTDOCement Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161
i worth Building. .
Term Cash in Adrance.

Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES ,

For One Day ___-__________25t FRANK SMITH !
I For Three Dajs --__________50e I
For Six Days -______________75c DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
6J For One Month ----________$2. 0 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW j I
I This rate applies on all ads of
Phone 172 I
\ 25 words or less. If the ad contains -
more than 25 words the
I Room 5, Watkins Block :
!' will be one cent per word for Phone 72
\ each additional word, for each in- I
sertion.If .
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
you can't bring your ad to ,
I 1 the office telephone No. 24. Accounts J. M. CHENEY Davis & McNeill Block
opeied by telephone, will be
?*? rrn&535/ 5 payable the following}. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone I

.1 Every Home-E>ery Business 87 Victor Starbuck
l I Every :Man has use for a j J
-ti Iirt'All ; Sentinel Want Ad. Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth i ATTORNEYATLAWPhone

I 1"UII.E Bldg. 161

I :i MULES FOR SALE R. RAY WHITE ,i Mo. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla. ..hi

i ,
I, Pair nice mare mules in goo l condition ATTORNEY-AT LAW I
I suitable for farm or heavy hauling I
I ; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply Room 44
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
Co.. Orlando Florida. 7-17-tfc Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.


e Full bearing orange and grapefruit DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST 37
grove, within 1 1-2 miles of post office,
on brick road adjacent: to County
Club. A splendid subdivision prop-
osition at exceptional low valuationfor Phone 716
Ready for the Picnic cash. Address "Prosperity," Sentinel -
office. 8-14-12tc Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly one quarter mile! from city limits; 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. '

and easily without tiring you out before you start. It is your best friend in an emergency, for prepar- I very poses.fine$100 for per citrus acre.or subdivision See Carl Dann.pur- SURVEYING ARCHITECT
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. 6-9-tf
Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando, a

New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a PleasureGAS FOR RENT PROMPT AND ACCURATE Florida.Member
FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur-
never have to offer the excuse-"The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas Knox. 7-9-tf
Range. And then if you wish to dose the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire FOR RENT-An eight-acre irrigated ;
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. farm; also a ten year old horse for Civil Engineer r
sale, perfectly gentle and healthy.Mrs. .
W. B. Hammond, Oakland, Fla.
8-21-3t* 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.


-Two salesmen and collectors .
GAS DEPARTMENTHltltilMMtMttlMMMIMIIItlMM at once for Sanford and 4
Daytona. Apply 43 East Pine street. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMS DEL\. :
8-21-6tc I", OPTOMETRIST A
-. I and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDA
WANTED-Will rent for one year a i f
cottage, on nice lot. Prefer location i I VE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
within three or four blocks business Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF ,
center. Will buy if suited. Address i I FLA. '
"Home, care Sentinel. 8-23-2tc '
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white horse, with 55 branded on I I
bp. Notify G. R. Saunders. Phone Economy InSpraying Cut Flowers : ;


buy, sell rent, and e.&clje.rge real)
estate. Have resided in Orlando)a., 1
over 30 years. Have handled over Floral} Designs r
20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Get the BEST spray-

FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn ing oil. Spray at the
swings, and all kinds of carpenter .Violet Dell Florist.
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- work Church, go street.to Tracy & Moore 7-25-lmoc, 18 East right time with'thel '

*: : fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest To reduce oar stock as much as possible right mixture. J. M. CARUTHERS
by the 15th, will give a discountof
25 per cent. off our regular cash Texaco Parafine Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
prices :: :: :: :: price on any goods in store. Ham- I
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf 1 Cervus Oil

Umbrellas recovered and repaired I
"while you wait," at Young's Repair I Tests 32 degrees Bamme
The rainy season is the best time to set Shop 21 K. Pine St. 2-4-lyre '

trees on high land. Trees set now will keepone You'll hear a m say "No, it CUNT BASSPHONE

year's growth in advance of trees set peals doesn't to pay too me small to a advertise class of,as people.it ap-" M. O. Dovell!! 375

,And yet when the same man loses West Jefferson Street ;
next fall. his bunch of keys he rushes to the )
newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although & Son Successor to
he knows that in the whole i
wide world there is only one person I Hand Wood CompanyWood

Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest : : who"Lost"can ad.possibly Contradictory be influenced, isn't by it his? 106 Grace StreetPhone
of All Kinds
prices, to the above address The hired girl has went-she was 283-2 Rings PROMPT SERVICE
hired, she tired, she
was was ; Our wagons are al- ;;
but smile another REASONABLE PRICE
-you can get by <
it tMttinnci IMIH tie . '. ,... ..,. ,.,niittMiM usim our want ad. column. ways at your service.

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"Where there's life there's

18-22-6tc Miss Lillie Roux has gone to

land to spend a couple of
relatives and friends.

Travel in Panama Misses Edith and Eloise FOR EVERY ;.

and everywhere on American territo/, is citapllfcd} by "A.B.A." have returned home from a
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are visit to points in Maryland.
accepted like currency by strangers, waere a check or draft would
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare $10 A WEEK H
..U.iJ ntifyin6' We recommend them to all who travel for Standard Barber Shop is
business or pleasure. 18-21-tf

Tjie State Bank of Orlando Mr. T. B. Lanier, one of
well known citizens,
ness in Orlando yesterday.Mrs. .

H. C. Sparkman, who
spending several days in
business, left yesterday for

Get your next shave at the YOU SAVE t I

I ard.Prof. W. C. Stokes, I \

the Bartow high school, is $10 A YEAR
several days in Orlando on

Mr. J. P. Holbrook left last
ing for Jacksonville. He
return tonight with a new

in How cash much or Savings did you Checks save?last IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS[ \'

Mrs. S. K. Redford who
visiting Mrs. J. M. Baas on
avenue left yesterday
her home in St. Augustine.Mr. .

C. E. Hall left
Avon Park, in Polk county, V
will spend several days Bank
property interests. The Peoples

i' Ride Hamrick's jitney bus,

818tfMiss: Helen Pratt returned

"ELDER" Spring WaterIS day afternoon from a two
ing at Pass-a-Grille, on the .

Coast. Bllllll Mi Mill MM iiMI IIII HIM lit HHIMIMIIIHMIIHMMM* .
Mr. Nicholas P. of
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD boro, N. C., nephew Gray of Mrs. I . . 111111111.11111111111111111111'IJ1111111111111111111111111*

Yancey, is visiting at her
Phone WRIGHT, 444 Division street.

TRY Better TRY Dance at Wekiwa Springs,
day, August 26. Everybody
IT BEST IT Come springs.early and-enjoy a swim I New StudebaKer Cars

Misses Esther and Hallie
turned to Orlando yesterday
noon from Tampa where 678."f \
been visiting relatives and Here This Week |

Judge Bert Fish and
Robinson of DeLand, were and what values
prominent Floridians Wait see you can get

Y r iness in Orlando yesterday. for $1050 and $885

Guavas! Guavas! at the
Seed and Produce Co.

Mr. R. B. Taylor one of
Notice To Ford Purchasers ty's shining legal lights, is I
today in Orlando on
Between Aug. 1 1914 ness. CompanyI
San Juan Garage jj
and Aug. 1 1915All Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Beck
Ross, accompanied by Mr. :
Ford purchasers who hold Profit- M. A. Fuller, autoed out to Orlando -Daytona

Sharing Coupons will please endorse same I Springs Sunday and spent the DISTRIBUTORS *
and return immediately to The Ford
How much did you save last
Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send in cash or Savings Checks?
check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur- -
Mr. W. M. Coble, the
chased during above dates. mercial representative of the . . _
., B| | | mi i
For further information, phone Dublin & Savannah railroad
yesterday in Orlando in the ISIS I I S II Sill loll.5,5 SillS,lii ,tlMIIIIIIIMtill, I1111 11111 11111 II'
F. G. RUSH of his road.

I Your Executor? }
32 East Church Street Phone 226 Rev. Smith Hardin left Who Will Be )
morning over the Atlantic I
for Asheville, N. C.,
New York. He will be ANSWER NO. 2
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Orlando for three weeks. Your estate may be materially impaired as a ;. : ': Y
.l'1 A. W j
of executor
result of the appointment .
I Deposit your Savings trustee. ..
I ;-
UMilllltlilMIIIMIIillllttMlllillMi let them earn 4 per cent. '
you. When an individual is appointedThe :- ;
is generally weaker.
Mr. David Lockhart left financial responsibility { 11 N
afternoon for Crow's Bluff, on It is usually provided in wills that the person
Johns river where he will to serve as executor shall be excused : s'

I eral days looking after his giving bonds. gx r s i
and cattle interests.Mr. When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex-
of the estate and then only partial secu-
W. H. Palmer who I
against loss is provided. t
to Cincinnati on account of
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but there den death of his father. Mr. a Trust Company is selected-
is a certain period in the lives of most of us when our Palmer, returned to Orlando The positive advantage of strong financial re- r '' ,. /

dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with day afternoon. is secured. _
Diamonds.A A bond which has behind it the entire financial t
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, of the Institution is always filed with 3
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of \ 18-18-tf Probate Court ttt nn rn<*t to the estate. \,
pilot to at this stage in life's }
engage game. Mr. and Mrs. Herman T. No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue -
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? Philadelphia, who have been this newspaper. t, ac \
several days in this section
nearby towns, left
I Come in any time and freely ak for further Y P
for in the
noon points
on this vitally important subject. i',
of the state. i
are always welcome and our officers are al- 1..
'i glad to advise. _
T. H. EVANSJEWELER Deposit your Savings
let them earn 4 per cent :
you. i! The Orlando Bank & Trust Company -

DoctorsBiiekiiiaster I

t Orlando Florida
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OSTEOPATHS Surplus and Profits $141,000.00 .
Personal instruction under Capital, \
at KirksvL'e; Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above \

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