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 26, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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In Feverish Hayti Of War MunitionsWashington

Washington, Aug. .-The proposed Aug. .-That a great

:Monday in the treaty with Hayti, under whicha ACTION OF A FRIENDLY NATURE BY part of Europe's enormous orders for FOR HIM ,

Baltic Sea ten year period lease would be GERMAN GOVERNMENT arms and ammunition did not begin to

granted this government to collect move from the United States until I
London, Aug. 25.-Five German. and disburse all the revenue of the comparatively recently was indicatedby
Washington, Aug. 25.-While gov- ed as answering the inquiry which the
Austrian armies are advancing island republic, and to use American export figures issued today by the -
ernment officials today awaited an- state department wanted from Am- i
against the Brest-Litovsk fortress and forces, if necessary, to maintain other statement from the German bassador Gerard. department of commerce. The statistics His Agents Say That Reply to

have made progress, defeating the peace and order, will meet with strong covering the twelve months
government regarding the Arabiccase Officials here are compiling evidence the American Note May
Russians at every point of contact, :Democratic opposition when it comes ending with June, show that while exports 1
unofficial word was conveyed to submitted by Ambassador Page
according to official advices tonight !up for ratification by the senate. of war supplies increased tre- Arrive Today; Rather
President Wilson that close friends of and consuls at Liverpool and Queens-
from Berlin and Vienna. The opinion was freely expressed mendously over the preceding year,
Ambassador von Bernstorff believedhis town. The text of affidavits of Amer- Doubtful ;
The Russian outer positions on the today by certain senators who wantto the great part of the increaseinsome z
telegram yesterday foreshadows ican survivors have been mailed by 3
southwestern front of the fortress know if it is the duty of this gov- cases from one-fifth to one-
action which will satisfy the United the ambassador, but so far only Washington, Aug. 25.-Pending the
have been broken through at Dobynkaand ernment to preserve the peace and third of the entire year's exports-
States. synopsis of them is at hand. receipt of Gen. Carranza's expected *
the Russians were forced to retire order and guarantee the liquidation left the United States in June. ta\

to the girdle of inner forts. lies; that the administration has not The president was informed through The twelve month period showed refusal to join the peace conference a j
these friends that Germany wanted to London, Aug. 25.-The situation
taken the same course in the case of exports of explosives valued at $41- proposed by the United States and t
maintain friendly relations with the brought about by the sinking of the t
German Cruiser Augsberg Mexico.It 476,188 as against $6,272,197 in the the Latin-American republics, his rep- j
United States, and that the next mes- Arabic is still eliciting comment from
Sunk by Russian Submarine. developed today that the Hay- preceding More than onefourthof
year. resentatives to obtain l.
sage from Berlin would be of a favorable the English press, which characterizes are
London, Aug. 25.-A Paris dispatchto tien treaty was prepared by the state that total-l1,697,7H-was ship-
character.All unofficial German expressions as in- recognition for him from the Euro'I
the London Star says that confirm department a year ago and that it ped during June. Gunpowder showed
four commissioners removed adequate, but interprets efforts to explain -
ation has been received of the report has been pressed upon previous Hay- exports of $3,234,549 in June com- pean governments, despite the fact l
would make evidence of reali- '
Secretary no as Germany's
that a Russian submarine on Monday tien administrations without success. pared with $5,091,542 for the year. that these governments have advised }
comment on the ambassador's tele- zation that her relations with the ,
sank the German cruiser Augsberg in Secretary Lansing made it plain Sixty-two aeroplanes were exported the administration that they would t
gram. United States have reached a serious
the Baltic north of Dantzig. that there is no intention on the part in June against 152 for the entire follow]] its lead. 'Ii
The message, however, was regard- stageProgress
of the United States to seek any military year. In the preceding year only They have assured the state depart- i \

JAPS WANT TO GET CLOSE TO advantage. thirty-four were shipped. Nearly ment that they have no choice as to !

THEIR ALLIES Of Dreadful War Is eight times as many automobile the presidency of the republic and are j. ...j

trucks were exported in June as in concerned only in the restoration of

Paris, Aug. .-"My first care will ORANGE!E COUNTY BOARDSOF Told Brief Wire Bulletins the entire year ended June 30, 1914. peace s

be to draw still closer the bonds By June exports of both passenger au- Attorney Douglas, legal advisor of \

uniting Japan and the powers of the TRADE MAY -- tomobiles and trucks were valued at Carranza, visited Ambassador Spring- t

triple entente," said Baron Kikujiro $13,264,800 and for the year at $60- Rice and submitted to him Carranza's f
Ishlifi the former Japanese ambassador 254,635. In the preceding year they claim to recognition as head of the '
London. Bombardment of the out- Tokio.-Russia has Japan
appealed to -
to France, who recently became COMBINEMET were $26,574,574. Mexican government.
skirts of Constantinople by a Russian to send troops to Europe. It is
minister of foreign affairs in the Oku- Figures for barbed wire, harness Just how far these efforts have (
squadron, resulting in the substantiated in here. The
ma cabinet, to a representative of the aeroplane a report and saddles showed similar export progressed is not known, but the state
death or injuring of forty-one persons request is being discussed by the cabinet
Petit Journal. YESTERDAY AND DIS- conditions. department officials believe that there |
is announced in a dispatch from but probably will be
"Is not the fate of Japan," asked !. CUSSED MERGING unsuccess- will be no recognition of Carranza by
Athens to the Central News. ful Opposition to Japan's further
Baron Ishli, "entirely bound up with any government in advance of action I
PROPOSITION According to these advices, the attack active participation is steadily in-
that of her allies? Nay, I go further by the United States.
made Monday the
was on on creasing. !
-after the war the relations of There was no information today at ,
Orange County to Combine and Asiatic suburbs of Constantinople. A .
Japan and the triple entente must re- the department as to when a reply
number of bombs were dropped, FEARFUL LOSS ROADS BOOSTERS TO
Then Join South Florida
main not a whit less close, not onlyin from Carranza might be expected.The .
throwing the people into panic. Geneva. The Teutonic
successes at
the interest of each but still more Chamber of CommerceIs Carranza agency has announced
Brest-Litovsk already have them
ni that of the world's peace." the PlanAt cost ORI.ANDOTODAYWILL that the answer might come tomor- I
KOVEL OCCUPIED 25,000; men. After seven days bat-
To an inquiry as to what aid Japan row.
Berlin.-The Teutons have occupied tIe, the Russians evacuated their position -
intended to give Russia the baron the Peoples National Bank yes. -
Kovel, leaving only one railroad out at the northwest front of the
said: "Since the beginning of the terday; afternoon delegates met from INSPECT ROADS BETWEEN GOV.TRAMMELL REMOVES FOUR
of Brest-Litovsk in the hands of the fortress. The Germans have built a I
war Japan has been sending arms and several of the leading boards of trade DUVAL COMMISSIONERS
Russians over which their retreat may poison gas factory at Biala. THIS CITY AND
i munitions to Russia. In the presenceof of Orange county to discuss the form-
be made. The Germans captured a DELAND
the grave difficulties through which ation of an Orange County Board of I Jacksonville, Fla, Aug. 25.Nowthat
fort on the hill of Koptow, southwestof TROOP SLOOPS LOST
c Russia is now going it is an impera- Trade. The meeting was called at Governor Trammell has removed .
tive duty .for us to consider whatamore the suggestion of lion. W. C. Temple, Brest-Litovsk, making the first Athens.-Four Turkish sloops, car- Winter Park City Council Off to four members of the Duval board of
breach in the outer works of the great rying troops to Gallipoli, were subma
+ can be done ih order to give here of Winter Park, president of the recently Eustis to Inspect Sand Oil county commissioners and accepted
fortress. It is predicted that Brest- rined by the British. The Turks have I
maximum of help." organized South Florida Cham- Roads-In"estiga- the resignation of the fifth, citizensof
Litovsk will fall before Saturday. ordered 40,000 reinforcements sent to
ber of Commerce.Mr. Gallipoli. tion TripA Duval county are today looking

KENTUCKY CITIZENS ON A WILD Temple gave a short resume of CRUISERS IN DARDANELLES forward to the announcement of the

RAMPAGE the South Florida Chamber of Commerce names of their successors. 1
I Washington, D. C--T'o allied crui- RESUME OFFENSIVE party of twenty-five Volusia
"We claim," said :Mr. Tem The order removing Commissioners .
county good roads boosters will arrive -
sers penetrated the Dardanelles Sun- Paris.-The allies, reinforced, have
.pIe, "that there are fifteen counties in E. A. Ricker, G. H. Brown, J. J. Lord
Lexington, Ky., Aug. 25.-Twenty from DeLand today headed by
day, bombarding the Turkish batteries resumed the offensive in the Dardan
citizens of Centertown Ohio South Florida. The of the and J. H. Patterson, and that accept-
county, C. O. Codrington, president of the
at Kastanea, says a dispatch from elles, gaining 800 yards of Turkish
were barricaded tonight in a three organization of a South Florida Mitylene. trenches. Florida Press Association. The party ing the resignation forwarded by

story brick fortress and were armed Chamber of Commerce is to bring to will inspect the new bricked highways Commissioner P. S. Bowen last Fri-

with shotguns and other weapons in gether the boards of trade of the different throughout this section of Florida. day night was the last official act of t .

expectation of an attack of "possum counties in order to form a Mex Bandits On Illinois Faces They will dine at the Orland hotel to- the chief executive yesterday.

hunters," or night riders, against strong organization which will work day noon. All four commisisoners removed) I

whom they are to appear as wit- :for the advancement and betterment Winter Park Inspection Trip. are charged with failure to protest

nesses. I of all South Florida." A RampageLaredo EpidemicChicago The city council of Winter Park against alleged illegal expenditures :

Two persons today confessed to be- There are two organizations which will today make a motor trip to Eus- and for drawing a per diem for a con- _.

ing night riders and were given three have recently been started. These are tis and Umatilla for the purpose of siderable part of each month for road
the South Florida Chamber of Commerce Tex., Aug. .-The sheriffof Aug. 25.-The discoveryof inspection work.A .
years each in the penitentiary. inspecting the sand oil roads whichare
Threats posted on the doors of their and the South Florida Fair and Hebronville county, James Hogg, a new and virulent outbreak of the being laid in that section. list of twenty-five names, five

homes caused the men to take refuge Gasparilla Carnival. These organiza- I I this afternoon wired here asking that foot and mouth disease in the midstof The council is at present advertis- from each district in the county, were i I

last night in a brick building. tions have often been confused in the United States soldiers be sent thereto this state's richest stock farms led ing for bids on brick and concrete selected at the meeting of 52 accred-

public mind. the ranchers from the Mexicans ited delegates of eighteen commercialand
protect today to the United States govern- paving, for their city, but if, upon
ACOLYTES GUILD REORGANIZES The South Florida Fair Association who are raiding the country. investigation it is found that the sand civic organizations in the rooms Ii

appeals principally to the agri- Thompson reported that several rov- ment establishing the most rigorous oil roads give good results at a smaller i of the Jacksonville chamber of commerce t ,!

A number of young men met at the cultural interests, while the South ing gangs of bandits had terrorizedthat form of quarantine over the whole of expense, the latter paving will be last night, and dispatched at

Chapter House of St. Luke's Cathe- Florida Chamber of Commerce will, county, stolen live stock and Lake county, and the posting of armed substituted. once to Governor Park Trammell with

dral last night for the purpose of reorganizing as the name indicates, appeal mainlyto threatened American residents. Thereare federal guards at all cross roads to the request that he consider the appointment

the Acolytes Guild of that the mercantile interests. about twenty in each band, and prevent the passage of pedestrians.The BASEBALL RESULTS of the new board of county

t + church. The meeting yesterday was called the force is too large for the deputy embargo is as strict as the commissioners from among the men

An election of officers resulted as for the purpose of getting the Orange sheriffs to cope with. Aid will be United States regulation and shot- American League on that list, word of his removal of

? follows: Edgar Thompson, president county boards to combine at once and sent. guns can make it. Cleveland 2, New York 3. the county commissioners having been

and Thos. W. Hewlett, secretaryand I form a county organization, which at I From Washington has come an or- Detroit 1, Boston 2. received during the session.

treasurer. I the earliest possible moment would NORTH CAROLINA SENATOR IS I der that mail carriers shall not pass St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 3.

The second Tuesday in each month apply for membership in the S. F. ANGRY WITH GREAT through a village except each half Chicago 4, Washington 7. WILL STICK TO THE ROPE

was chosen as the regular meetingdate. C. C. The oragnization of such a BRITAIN day.The .- National League

county board was endorsed.It Milwaukee road, for miles on New York7, Pittsburgh 3-0. Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 25.-The

Several honorary members were was decided to call a meeting for Washington, Aug. 25.-Senator each side has been closed to traffic, Philadelphh S-G, Cincinnati 0-5. effort to substitute the electric chair

elected. After the session refresh- Tuesday, September 7, at which time Simmons of North Carolina, chairman and the village is entirely cut off Brooklyn 3-3, St. Louis 5-2. for the gallows in Alabama met with .-<-

ments were served at Field & Co.'s. the county organization will be per- of the committee of finance, expressed from the world.Merchants Boston 2, Chicago 0. failure today in the legislature when

fected. In the meantime the different himself emphatically tonight as in have been forbidden to Federal League the house killed a bill providing for a .

y WILL FILE INFORMATION boards of trade will be lined up, and opposition to the action of Great Britain deliver! goods. Baltimore 1-4, Brooklyn 5-2. change in the system of administering -

new boards organized wherever pos- I placing raw cotton on the contra- Chicago 2-4, St. Louis 4-2. the death penalty. The bill pro- -

As a result of the "Sunday closing sible, in order that at the meeting in band list. AT THE ROOF GARDEN Newark 3, Buffalo 4. vided for abolition of hanging in Ala-

law" sessions at the court house Tuesday September the strongest possible Pittsburgh 4, Kansas City 0. bama counties and would have had all

I. the county solicitor will file in- county board of trade body may be RUBE MARQUARD SOLD Manager Barnes put on a classy Southern League executions administered privately in

Pharmacy organized. show at the Roof Garden last even- Chattanooga 3, Atlanta 0. the state penitentiary at Wetumpka.THE .

DeLaney Drug Company, Those present at the meeting yes New York, Aug. 25.-Rube Mar- ing. One of the Pathe pictures was Birmingham 7-0, Little Rock 4-9.

J1 Smith's Pharmacy, J. L. Dean's Drug terday were Hon. W. C. Temple, Win- quard, once the hero of New York unique in that it presented a man All scheduled. WEATHER

I Store, Field & Co., and McCracken's, ter Park; A. W. Hurley, Winter Gar- fans, was sold tonight by the Giantsto hairdresser, a master of late hair -

all firms charged with dispensing refreshments den; Dr. J. H. Stafford, Windermere; the Toronto club, in the Interna- dressing styles. War pictures and The best Wright & Ditson tennis For Florida: Generally fair today i

_ on Sundays. C. P. Dow and V. W. Estes, Orlando. tional league. "The Monopolist" were also shown. balls, 35 cento. Curtis & 0'1'eat and Thursday; gentle, shifting winds. --a1


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ORDER I It also admitted sinking I Vinita, Okla.-Three masked bandits -

Clarksburg, W. Va.-With back neutral vessels after ,Business Men Learning Military Duty Athens, via Paris.-The new Greek entered the First State bank of w

broken, left leg cut off near the knee, The decree of the German had been examined and found to See Automobile's War Possibilities cabinet was formed today and took I Bernice, small town sixteen miles,
two fingers of the right hand and one cargoes of contraband. Two the oath of office in the presence of east of here, late today and after cov-
finger of the left hand gone, W. II. ment making the waters about after this report the Brtiish ad- DemonstratedOne an immense crowd, which enthusias- ering R. D.Iead., the cashier, with

Satterfield shovels coal and earns a British Isles a war zone became reported that one Swedish tically cheered M. Venizelos, the pre- revolvers, took $1,500 in currency anJ
fective 18 last. On Danish and three British vessels of the most interesting features mier. The ministry is made
good living for a family of six chil- on February up as made their escape to the Spavinaw
date the commanders of the been sunk by German subma- of the business men's military in- follows:
dren at the mine of the McGraw Coal hills. Posses later left in pursuit.
here. submarines, which were struction camp at Plattsburg N. Y., Premier and minister of foreign affairs ,
at Simpson, near
Company I
the last month the Ger- in command of Major general Leon- Eleutherios
a patrol in the Irish sea, the Venizelos.
Fifteen years ago he fell over a I Rev. Paul F. Brown and of
sea and the English channel, were have sunk nineteen British, two ard Wood was the train of motorcars Minister of war, Gen. Danglis.' ,
cliff at a stone quarry and suffered a Estill S. C. who have been visiting
structed to approach all enemy I two Italians, and four I among which were two Cadillacs Marine, M. Miaculis.
broken back. Physicians said at the Mrs. M. W. Scott at her home, '
vessels, at the cost of fully equipped for military purposes. Finance M. Fair
time he couldn't get welL His left sels, unseen, if possible, and I thirty- I Repoulies.
lives. June One of these was one of the fully Oaks, on North Orange avenue, left
them. Germany, at the same During the Germans Interior M. Gafayaris.
has been operated on four times. Atlantic'Coast '
leg disclaimed responsibility for 'I twenty-nine vessels and the cost I armored and armed eight cylinder Justice, :M. Raktavin.Communications yesterday morning over the
diseased and is said to be
The bone is
Line for South Carolina.
slowly decaying. It is necessary to vessels entering the war zone, life was seventy-nine. i Cadilac cars which recently made the M. Diamantidis. ,
the bone. its orders to submarine r March and April the Germans I notable trip across the continent in Public instruction, M. Tsiromokos.
often Straps
amputate both made no provision for the fifty-two vessels including the the squadron under command of Col.R. National economy, M. Michalakopoulos. Mrs. J. D. Barnes and children, who
diagonally across
arranged shoulders the broken back in human life. Since that date the steamship Falaba, in which P. Davidson, of the Northwestern have been spending some time with.
keep marine warfare has been carried 111 lives were lost. In few Military and Naval academy. The relatives and friends in Wilson, N. C.,,
and to hold the wooden
place leg to the serve stub of the live limbo ruthlessly. More than three was any opportunity given other was a field hospital, also on the Sentinel Want Ads Pay. are expected home Friday.
steam and sailing craft have b or crews ef the ves- eight cylinder chassis, which attracted
fan in the
Satterfield operates a
the bottom of the to The German comman- much attention.
sent to sea, escape. MtlllttllMIMimiMMIIBIiilililiilllillllMMIIMKEEP
mines. He shovels about four tons
more than sixteen hundred I save in a few isolated cases, Including the Cadillac eights, there
of coal keeping the boiler of
a day batants have been killed. been true to their instructions were fifteen cars in the train which

the fan engine going. The destruction of the Arabic up unseen, if possible, and made the run from New York to COOL I
their Plattsburg. It was composed of I
of than
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson leave the 170th vessel more _
hundred tons that has been sent little regard the Germans have trucks, ambulances and officers' cars.
this afternoon for Atlanta, Ga., where
the bottom. Of these, the worst for the storm of indignation that The motor corps spent four and a I
they interest spend some in visiting the Lusitania, which was torpedoed the early exploits of their half days on the road, making camp
of Georgia.
points the Irish coast on May 7, with a is illustrated by the case each night. The officers in commandsaid
of 1,250 lives, many of the -ves-sels. Orduna. On July 9, in the that at least two and a half days SMASH I

being American citizens. This, heat of the diplomatic controv- had been spent repairing bridges and

ARCADEMILK the sinking of the Frye, the over the sinking of the Lusita- doing other road work to enable the The ideal drink for hot weather.Pineapples .
and the Falaba, brought up a submarines made a determined heavier vehicles to get over the detours -

matic controversy which has not to sink the Orduna, which had necessary to reach good camp.

been settled. The United States American citizens on ing grounds.In .
insisted on the recognition by as passengers. addition to the two Cadillacs in

of the right of peaceful first to last the German sub- the motor corps, another was used by
DEPOTBUTTER can many citizens in pursuit of their warfare has been carried on General Wood as the official head- Now is the time to eat this delicious i

ness to travel the seas on the and relentlessly. And quarters car. General Wood laid par-
chant vessels of belligerent of the shock it has been to ticular stress on the usefulness of the : ; fruit.

As yet Germany has not there is not the slightest motor car in time of war and pointedout

that right. that Germany has any in- the fact that if the owners of received fresh
MILK Vegetables
There have been few days since of abandoning her methods. pleasure and commercial cars all over

Fresh Every Day. German decree became effective the United States were organized intoa

5c. per glass all water lanes leading to Dade county commissioners trained body, they would be a pow- every day

ports have not been infested by week decided to remodel the court erful division of the army.
25c. gallon
per German submersibles. Because of and make it a four story build- The camp at Plattsburg was com-

CREAM AND MILK watch kept by the British with the county jail occupying posed of about a thousand businessmen

BUTTER I boat patrol these have not fourth floor. Architects were in- of New York, including many of Our Grocery CompanyTwo
been active. But whenever the to prepare plans to that ef- national prominence, who spent two

Fresh Homemade tunity has presented itself the and submit same to the board. .weeks learning military life as en- Phones 3 and 200
mans have shown an ability and listed privates, under instruction of :
SANDWICHESPIES officers of the
AND CAKESARCADE ngness to act on their riding through this re- regular army. : : 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. : :
Not' a month has passed without at this season will notice the !ux-

toll of merchant ships and stand of beggar weed in the DR. DEBORAH DRURY DEAD IIIIMMIMMMMIIMMMiMMMMIIItttMlllllilin.

batant lives. There is no better green for Haverhill, Mass.-Dr. Deborah

MILK DEPOT The last official report from plant in the United States. Nor Smith Drury, one of the first womenin
man sources on the submarine a better for ensilage. But its the United States admitted to the

fare was issued from Berlin on to damage by mildew makes I practice of medicine and an associateof

25. It stated that 229 British unprofitable crop for hay. Lucy Stone Blackwell in the equal PERCENT

had been sunk, thirty hostile suffrage movement, died today. She 25 DiscountFor

.. -- of other nations and six neutral Want Ads Par. was in her 92nd year. i
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and enjoy a really cool, dry sweet .1
imoke. The Wellington Pip won't tomers we will give a 25
boil won't get foul
bled. laArn.riea "Oakland Six"A per cent cash discount on

Come in and all sold the
pickraafa.one goods during
1 ahaoa
2k 35c (k.aD. V' month of July and August.

STUDY of the specifications, while convincingto

the trained motorist, is not sufficient to impart evenan

approximate idea of the true worth and of the "new"
beauty Oakland Six. It can Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

I Say Al: be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learnof -

its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a
You want to see this new close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in

this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat Cor. Orange Avc. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.
package Spider is introducing to
a surprisingly low cost.

the market-its the swellest
The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it

thing out in the way of little will give enduring service.


See him at the Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric System CAREY
The Oakland Six will seat five passengers No car is complete to day without! standardelectric
comfortably without crowding. The driving starting, lighting and ignition system.
compartment has plenty of leg room, even for The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy.
Good and Bad a tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down the starting button with FUNERAL DIRECTORAND
wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. This system is
cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, givoperated by a storage battery which is charged EMBALMER
Cigar StoreOrange ing real comfort to the passangers. The trimby the generator. .
ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.
Great Strength with Light Weight Classic Construction
Avenue The Oakland principle of sturdy construction
with light weight is exemplified in this new A tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steel All calls answered Promptly Dayor
model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, is used. The rear springs clamp directly to the
which means for the owner, low upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength The Hand Block.
great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en- Night.
tire length without overhang giving it a firm,
Power and Speed secure foundation. This Oakland construction
$$2 St eliminates the unsightly side apron usually Orlando Florida.PHONE .
AugustineAND The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor found between the body and running board.Hotchkiss ,
, will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457
) the flexibility and smooth running qualities a
Six should have, and is very responsive to the DriveThe .

RETURN throttle. driving power is applied to the rear .
Low Center of Gravity axle and wheels! without shock or jar, the
rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc-
MONDASEPT.Atlanfic 6 6VIA Like all Oakland models, the weight of this tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs: the life of the rear axle and gives unusual -
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort.
and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This .
low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features AUTO \ASUING STATION
ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in.
Left hand drive with center control. Gear
Vacuum Gasoline System shifting lever of the ball and socket type.
Coast LineStandard Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is abdrums.. Horn button in center of steering
solutely automatic. You can forget you have wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
Railroad of the South it on the car. No air pump to get out of order One-man top with clamps to windshield with- REPAIRING-F. S.MICHAELMechanic.: ,
or leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in :
gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board. Known as "The Handy Man.
all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallon Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a
Special Train of gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad running -
of the car where it belongs. boards. WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

LEAVES ORLANDO 2 P.M. chine parts. Work guaranteed.

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PINE CASTLE NOTES a.fter the hotel, will occupy the Tyner DOES -r WANT TO DO ANYMORE :; LIVERY 1O bE REMOVED CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR WORK years faithful to state and district of- ;
cottage on Division street during the : BUSINESS IN FROM COURT ST. ficial obligations here, now lives at
Pine Castle, Fla, Aug. 24.-Mrs. erectior of their up to date bungalow GEORGIA The Y. P. S. C. E. and Junior Socie- Winston-Salem, N. C. She has chargeof
N Minnie Roberts and two little daugh- opposite: the school house. Court street will soon see the pass- ty of Orlando are taking a summer the lunch counter for the Y. W. ti
ters, Martha and Mary Clarice, of Jli-s. Turner is a widow, and comes Atlanta, Ga.-Harry L. Bond & Co., ing of the Magruder livery stable. vacation, but other towns around Orlando C. A., thus having a chance to do
Tampa are visiting her mother, Mrs. from Uniontown, Pa. She has 'the a Boston firm which for the past two The livery building will be renovatedand are, we think, holding up right much personal soul-saving work, and
Martha Mills, and her sister, Mrs. J. best wishes of this community for ev- years has furnished the city of Atlanta used as a display room for the along. winning working girls into her Sun-
G. ery success in her enterprise.Mr. with caulking yarn and tools, Oakland automobile.The -oA day school class and other Christian a
Mr. aJar, Mrs. J. W. Matchett ar- J. T. Couppett, a brother of has refused to have further dealings Magruder brothers, James B. beautiful quotation is this from activities, for which Miss Hughes is
rived home Monday from a five weeks Mrs. Turner, also from Unointown, with the municipal authorities until and Ches., are local agents for this The Christian Herald: 'It takes timeto a strong leader. "
t visit in New York city and Albany, Pa., will bring his family here and action is taken in connection with the popular car and, after the change in make and hold friends. Friendshipthat 1
N. Y. become a resident of Pine Castle, and lynching of Leo M. Frank, according I I location has been made, they will havea is enduring means that some one Miss Sophia Reinoehl, of the Spring- ,
Rev. Wm. Funk, of Nocatee, is wilt be associated with Mr. J. B. to W. E. Chambers, city purchasing much better place for demonstrating has given something of thought and field Presbyterian society, Jackson-
spending a few days with relatives Smith in the real estate business. agent. 1 to prospective purchasers the superior time and service. A letter with a bit ville, is filling the vacancy of north- "
here, and looking after his property Mr. Chambers today made public merits of the Oakland. of kindly thought or a little love- eastern district secretary, caused by
interests in this locality.Mrs. NOTES FROM WINDERMERE the following letter received from the touch in it, a birthday remembrance, the marriage of her sister, Elsa, who A
Ethel Campbell and family, of concern: BARKENTINE BADLY DAMAGED a sacrifice for our friend of something became Mrs. John Lyles, of Belleview, A
West Palm Beach, are visiting at the Windermere, Fla., Aug. .-Mr. "Answering your letter of the 17th, he realizes that we want our- this summer. So the address remains '
home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Helms and Mr. Bunch, from Orlando, we do not care to quote prices on Mobile, Ala.-The American bark- I. selves-always having for him a f the same, 449 Phelps street, and :Miss
Geo. T. Bennett. were out fishing last Monday.Mr. caulking and we do not wish to fur- entine Daisy Read, which sailed from happy morning face'-these are recipes Sophia is an experienced, efficient ,
Mrs. J. P. A. Herman spent a few A. M. Chase, of Sanford, was a ther solicit any of the business of the Mobile March 16 has reached Pa- for a constant and abiding worker. "
days with her daughter, Mrs. Albert guest in Windermere last week. I city of Atlanta until the state of friendship." --0--
Tanner, of Orlando, this past week. Miss Edna Hyer, of Orlando, spent I Georgia has taken official action look- reported here today. The vessel was --0-- Good news has come In the last two
Mrs. G. C. Miller and children, Eva- the week end with Mrs. Wm. G. Geier. ing to the apprehension and punish- leaking, all stores were exhausted, The Palm Beach Post tells of rapid weekly numbers of The Christian En-
4 line and William, left on Sunday for Mrs. II. C. Luff spent several daysin ment of the men who murdered Leo and Captain Griffin and all the crew growth in the Christian church in deavor World, that Dr. Clark is slowly -
( a short visit with her sister in Kis- Orlando last week, the guest of M. Frank." ill when the vessel was towed into West Palm Beach. But one thing is recovering, and our prayers an- .".
simmee. Mrs. Wright at the Windermere ho- The communication was signed by port. She carried a cargo of lumber. lacking, it does not give among "im swered.
Miss Alice Buck, of Vincennes, Ind., Harry L. Bond, president of the com- provements" a first-class Endeavor GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
after a visit with friends in Ocoee, tel.Mr.. and Mrs. DeLarmy Page were pany. HAVE LEASED A BIG ORLANDO society organized. Interlachen, Aug. 23, 1915.
returned Monday to the home of her the guests at dinner last Sunday of HOTELMr. -- -
cousin, Mrs. J. A. Wilkes, where she Mr. and Mrs. John Miller at Long 11-CENT STAMP AUTHORIZED C. L. Sewell, of Ocala, and Mr. One of our Florida United Brethren TAFT ADDRESSES ASSOCIATION:
will stay a while before leaving for Lake. Loring R. Bracken, of Lakeland, have Endeavorers says that denominationis
her home in the Hoosier State. I Ij Prof. and Mrs. J. F. McKinnon, Postmaster General Burleson has leased the Empire hotel at Orlando, strong in the North. We wish it I Portland, Ore.-William H. Taft,
Mr. I. Blum, of Brooksville, is visit- with Rev. G. E. Gould, and other authorized an 11-cent stamp to meet and will take charge September 10. had a dozen times as many churches I. addressing the Washington and Ore-
ing at the home of his son, Mr. Eu- guests, motored out from Orlando 'the demands of the parcel post. The Mr. Sewell' has been with the Harrington here for that would mean just a9.' gon State Bar associations in joint
\ gene Blum. last Thursday and enjoyed the bath- new stamp is dark green, and bears I here for some months. He many more C. E. societies, not only session here today, turned aside froma
f Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hansel are the ing at Rossmore Inn. the profile head of Benjamin Frank- is a clever and popular young man for young people, Juniors also. They technical discussion to say that
proud parents of a son, born Wednes- Miss Elizabeth Palmer left for To- lin from Houdon's bust. : and his Ocala friends wish for him have more societies according to num- what can be done betv#en states in
day, August 18. Dr. D. C. Roney in ledo, Ohio, last Wednesday. She will The 11-cent issue was brought into success.-Ocala Star. ber of churches than any denomination settling disputes without war can be A
attendance.Rev. visit several points in the North, returning being by the demand for one stamp to in this state union. done among nations.
K. D. Jones, of Maitland,filled to Windermere in October. cover insurance and C. O. D. chargeson Among the visitors in the city yes- --0-- European countries, he predicted,
his appointments here Sunday. Large Miss Nora James, of Orlando, and parcel post matter. In addition, terday was one whose face was famil- In Daytona the Christian church would be in ap articularly receptive ...
congregations both morning and even- Mr. Merle Eubank, of Winter Park, all parcels for local delivery weighing iar to the older residents of the city. Juniors meet in the morning before mood at the end of this war. He out-
were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. 12 or 13 pounds carry 11 cents post- This was no other than S. H. Happer- Sunday school. This seems a good lined a peace plan to be presented to
J. F. Harris left Tuesday for H. C. Luff.A I age, as do parcels weighing seven sett, who is now associated with a plan for other places in hot weather. them covering justiciable questions.
Kissimmee to visit relatives and to picnic party consisting of Dr. and i pounds in the first and second zones. large hardware iompany of Jackson- -
attend the services of the Fifth Sun ,.Mrs. C. Wattenscheidt, Mr. and Mrs. ville. Many were the warm greetingshe Very often we hear of those not GERMANY EXPRESSES REGRET
day as observed by the Baptist Z. W. Evans, Mrs. Hilpert, Mr. Hil- CARD OF THANKS received from former acquaintances Endeavorers reading the C. E. press
churches. The fifth Sunday of this pert, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Gillespie, and and friends he had known when articles. That they may be worth London.-A Reuter dispatch from
month, the services will be held' in Mr. Clarke Robinson, all of Orlando, II. A. Johnson wishes to extend to he resided here with his family more while for anybody is the desire of the Copenhagen says:
the Baptist church of Kissimmee, the I spent Thursday afternoon at Ross- those friends who so kindly extended than fourteen years ago, when he was press- secretary- in about ten years- of "The German government has expressed -
pastor Rev. Holt, preaching the ser- more Inn. their aid during the sickness and associated with M. E. Gruber in the such work. Florida has probably one regret for the torpedoing and a
mon for that day. A number of automobile partieswere I death of his wife, the most sincere Palm Beach Mercantile company. of the best if not the best press departments sinking in the North sea on May 26,
t Mrs. Nellie Sparkman, of Jackson- at Rossmore Inn last Sunday enjoying thanks of himself and other relativesof Tropical Sun, West Palm Beach. for secular papers that of the Danish steamer Betty and an-
ville, who has been visiting the fam- !I the bathing. Among the number the deceased. any of the smaller state unions in nounced its willingness to pay for the .
Paul has to be Mr. and Mrs. Gil- Grand Chancellor Scott H. Loftin the United of Christian En-
ily of her brother, Mr. Macy, i I were seen Especially do we desire to expressour Society steamer.
returned to her home in Jacksonville.! lespie, Mr. Hilpert, Mr. Lacy, Mr. J. appreciation to Dr. Poulson for of Pensacola, who was in Orlando yesterday deavor possesses. It would not be "Germany claims that the subma-
She was accompanied by her niece, I R. Coleman, Dr. and Mrs. Buckmaster the comforting words which he spoke, I to pay the local Knights of possible if the editors did not co-op- rine commander failed to see the
Miss Myrtle Macy. They will shortly ,, and family, Dr. Brundage and and to those friends who sang duringthe Pythias his first official visit, was erate with us. mark denoting Danish nationality on
enjoy a trip to the mountains of 1 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bowman, and funeral services. among the welcome callers at the --0-- the steamer."
North Carolina. Miss Myrtle will Miss Mathewson.W. H. A. JOHNSON, Sentinel office yesterday. Mr. Loftin Ex-State President Alexander Linn,
spend the winter with her aunt, in and relatives. was in Orlando some six years ago, now Rev. Linn, of Tarpon Springs, AMBASSADORS DEPART
Jacksonville, attending school in that C. Newman, of Orlando, has arrived and he says that he hardly recognizesthe spent his summer vacation in his for-
here on his vacation trip and REACHES PORT SAFELY Orlando of today. While in Or- mer home town, St. Petersburg, but Rome, via Paris.Naby Bey, Turkish -
Robt. Waring, of Orlando, left this morning for Pass-a-Grille, lando he made his headquarters at has, with Mrs.: Linn, gone back to his ambassador to Italy, with the em-
o stopped at the Pine Crest hotel for a I planning to remain on the island until Mobile\ Ala.-The United Fruit the San Juan hoteL pastoral duties. We hope they will f bassy staff and the consul in this city
t short time on Tuesday. late next week. He has been granted company's steamer Bluefields, whichit be able to organize a C. E. society in left today for Turkey by way of
o Mrs. Turner, the new owner of the 10 days to spend as he likes and wise- was feared had been lost in the The Sentinel's classified columnsare Tarpon Springs, for Mr. Linn is yet !Switzerland.
hotel, arrived here Saturday and has ly concluded the Pinellas coast was recent gulf storm, reached port here I full of little human interest sto- loyal to our organization. I I Marquis di Garroni, the Italian am-
taken possession of the hostelry. Mr. the best place in which to kill i1.r .- today. The vessel was only slightly : ries, reflecting the needs of hundredsof --0-- bassador at Constantinople, alreadyhas
and Mrs. J. B. Smith, who have looked r St. Petersburg Independent. damaged. people. Miss Emma Y. Hughes, for many left that country.
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DAILY i I evidence submitted of a character maudlinly devours a plate of demoral- r be found that the reasons for such de- ,
sufficient to prosecute.The izing ice cream. His conduct as he cline are other than the enforcementof
South Florida Sentinel' sits there in the cool and quiet inte- those laws which have the sanctionof
or protest was unneces-
rior is simply disgusting (we sup- God. w
MORNING AND WEEKLY sary, as proved at the hearing fol- pose) and beyond endurance to a fair To be true: a dish of ice cream or a
V. 1:. CLENN ......................EditorW. which minded drink from the soda fountain, or a
lowing assurances were given person.
C. ESSINGTON .... .B..lne.. Manager
by the county officials that the Sun- There IS a question the writer would moving picture show on Sunday may
like to ask. Can a person have real not be as great a matter as the running -
Entered at tbe' poetotfice at Orlando. Florida
as Second Class Mail Matter. day law would be enforced. Insteadof feelings of praise and worship when I of saloons and factories and other -
drafting a lengthy protest to the he is uncomfortable? It certainly is things of larger concern, but nevertheless -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES chief executive of the state how much uncomfortable to be forced to abstain it is a violation of the law We
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 from all cooling and refreshing devices and should be enforced. Are
Daily. 6 Month. ...................... z.60 : better it would have been to have when the weather is hot I do not to intimate
Daily S Month ...................... 1.26 ; to the sheriff and solic- as as mean, now. ;
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 gone county at present. Is it absolutely impos- that it is the duty of a person on
itor with bona fide direct evidence, sible for a person to sit quietly in the ,, Sunday, outside of the hours in which
...................... $1.00
Weekly. 1 Year and, in view of what has transpired cool interior of an ice cream parlor I I I he is attending church, to stay at ---
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN and eat a dish of ice cream, and at home and look sober the rest of the 0
ADVANCETO we believe that the matter would have I the same time have thoughts compatible day, for I believe that all pleasures

ADVERTISERS! been settled and settled promptly. to the Sabbath? Is it improb which in their nature tend to the hap-
When the Sentinel is at fault the able that the person who does so will piness or the uplifting of the individ-
Cpy far display and all ether hand-let only fair and just thing to do is to have more respect and praise for the ual is perfectly right on Sunday. For
dTtrtUinc mart be handed in at the business Sabbath than he who sits motionless instance, if they have their own auto- DoingJust
.ffic. of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. bring notice of discrepancies in
any mobile
and uncomfortably in a hot room and or can get one, without hiring -
before This rule *
U the changes day for publication.contract advertiunc:applies it UUTariable the conduct of the newspaper to its fights flies? Perhaps it is; but I or patronizing a garage, and tak-
and will be strictly adhered to. publishers and not to another newspaper don't know, that is why I have asked I ing a pleasure ride out in the country,
these few questions-to try and find there can possibly come no harm fromit ..
Subscribe desiring The Sentinel diScondnueil or to an individual. We believea out. Also, while we close the ice as the opportunity to see the beau-
the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be personal appeal to the county offi- cream parlors to please the 125 W. C. ties of God's nature are as upliftnip
continued at the regular subscription rates. cials would have been far better for T. U. members and a few friends, an many respects as anything else. I
until notice to stop U received. why not prohibit other unnecessary can say for myself, that the beautiesof
Telephone Nomb-r ...................... J* the W. C. T. U. than to have ad- business, such as the electric lights, God's nature and the thought which i
dressed a protest to Governor Tram- ice deliveries, livery cars. Sunday pa- such nature brings to a person's mind little than
THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1913.; mell.As pers, garages shoe shines, livery stables of the wonderful things which the a more wepromise )

to the viewpoint there are so milk deliveries, and other things Almighty has seen fit to bestow upon I
which are as well covered by the lawas us, has had at least as much to do
THAT SUNDAYCLOSING varied angles of the
many Sunday .
refreshment parlors? with the building up of my religious
LAW. closing law that the issue becomesmore A common citizen who loves both character as the sermons from the
On the statute books of Florida or less befogged. autos and ice cream pulpit.

there are many laws. At the last ses- Orlando of today is not the Orlandoof CHAS. E. IIAYWOOD. I But, when it becomes necessary togo
I to a soda fountain, and obtain-
sion of the legislature laws were several years ago. There are many Again, many people believe that for pay-ice cream and drinks or

passed which were considered by miles of brick highways radiatingfrom the law has become obsolete and is to a garage and hire an automobile.we go. That'sthe

many persons to be foolish and non- and converging to this city. The a dead one. :Many persons believe II are compelling, for the sake of

sensical. Many of the laws were full travelling public has increased one that the law is unjust and unfair in satisfying our own pleasures, other
I people to work on Sunday, which is
of loopholes and virtually worthless. hundred fold in the last few years. A that Tampa, Jacksonville and other not in accordance with justice and

Many legislators considered that they travel-stained motorist and his fam- cities in the state of more than 25,000 humanity and the spirit of the higher

had fulfilled their obligations to their ily with parched lips would like to innocently inhabitants are allowed to remain I law.I.

constituents by going to Tallahasseeand drop into ice partially "wide open," and are allowedto wish to say right here that in of
an cream empo- what I have said above, I do not intend history our success. It
having a bill enacted into a law. rium on a Sunday and enjoy the invigorating run their individual affairs without in the least to intimate any crit- ,

So long as it was a bill that sufficed. glass of lemonade or relishan I adhering to any phase of the law. icism against our county solicitor, W.
should be the
foundation of
They then returned to their home ice cream soda. The father of the An Attorney States L. Tilden. Although I have been in
I the city not more than about a
towns and told their constituents and family would like a cigar, perhaps, His Opinion.The and a half and not known him year previous -

friends of the wonderful success they and baby would enjoy an "all day following letter deals with the to that time, still I wish to say, every enterprise.The .

attained by passing such and such a sucker" to keep from crying. True, subject. Attorney Hutchins believesthe that for the time that I have known
law should be enforced: him I believe him to be an entirely
a business transaction has been made,
bill.At conscientious man and one who is
one time the legislature of the but in the opinion of the Sentinel no Orlando, Fla., Aug. 25, 1915. willing to do anything for the welfareof
Editor Sentinel:-I have read with
state of Florida had enacted into law crime against society has been com- the community, as well as any one
much interest the
account in
a bill providing for the closing of all mitted.A your issue of the 25th of you August gave, in could under his circumstances. most favorable and most .
It must be remembered by his crit-
houses The bill Few regard to the meeting which held
business on Sunday. Signed Letters to was ics that the solicitor
included all commercial houses and the Sentinel in the court house on the afternoon of fulfill the clerical county part of this can office not powerful feature attached to
the 24th, by those interested in a bet- any
goods could be bought and paid for As the Sentinel is open to signed ter enforcement of the Sunday laws, and at the same time stand out on the e
street and observe for him-
only when a commodity was deemeda articles, we reproduce the following, in the city of OrlSl" h. corners
self personally as to whether the laws business is
necessity. To cities of more than which is another "veiwpoint:" This is a question of very serious are being violated. It is up to the .

25,000 inhabitants Sunday closing was Editor Sentinel-In a recent arti- importance to the people of the state W. C. T. U., and all other citizezns
left to that particular city. When cle in the Morning Sentinel advocat- of Florida, and especially to the citi- who are interested in the enforcementof
ing the enforcement of the Sunday zens of this city, and it seems to me the law to stand by him, not for
this bill was passed several years closing law several points were that the W. C. T. U., Mr. C. E. How- the sake of criticising him,,unjustly, .
ago the legislature acted with what it brought forward which to the mindof ard, editor of the Ornage County Cit- but to use every means within their
considered the height of wisdom and the ordinary person might be rather izen, and the many others who took a power to bring to him such facts as
confusing: part in the proceeding should receive will justify legal prosecutions. WhenI SatisfactionSatisfaction
Of course the Sunday closing law the support of all the citizens.It say that we should not criticise himI :
Orlando is under the ban of this
is a law; but is its strict enforce- has in recent :years come to be mean that abusive criticism which j
law passed years ago, and as a law ment entirely desirable and compatible quite a common notion, and not only sometimes public officials are subjectto \
the principles of American and State with the general conduct of the in the state of Florida, but throughout ; but I believe that any public offi-
the nation that certain laws cial who has the conscientious
government demand that it be majority of the residents of Orlando? duty
en- In one paragraph it is stated that sev- should be enforced, and that others in the performance of their offices, t
forced. Laws whether right or wrong eral of the W. C. T. U.'s never came should not. Whether a law is wise or and the mistakes which all men are .
. must be obeyed. Cities, counties, to the business district on Sunday except unwise, is a question under our con- subject to, will welcome any just and \
states and the nation would deterio- in automobiles and when they stitution, for the legislature, and it is fair criticism, as such a criticism will
did so they saw the doors of ice cream the duty of those citizens who feel only aid him in avoiding other mis- full and complete is \
into lawlessness
rate and corruptionif parlors open and people sitting within. convinced that certain laws are not takes which they had met. Such crit- ;.
public officials failed to enforce the for the best interest of the communityto icism and such help I believe, that

simple laws upon which order, peace, Let us pause for a moment and use their influence upon the legislature Mr. Tilden will welcome.The our eternal aim. ,
harmony and righteousness are based. draw a mental picture of two differ- for its repeal instead of attacking organization and citizens above
ent ways of passing the Sabbath.Mr. the law officers for trying to en- mentioned should be praised for the
At the present moment Orlando is and Mrs. W. C. T. U. are out force a law. work which they are attempting to
greatly disturbed the so-called do, for it is a sign of arousing public
over riding in their automobile and as The idea of the neglecting of cer- i
Sunday closing law. It would be fool- they pass through the business district tain laws which do not appeal to cer- sentiment in the community where
ish for any one to claim that there they see people in an ice cream tain citizens, although it may be a such action takes place, for it shows As To Quality and
greater interest in the enforcementof
parlor dissipating on an ice cream small matter so far as its 'application
existed but one party, one faction, one jag. They have rolled by such disgusting to soda fountains, and to a few mov- the law, than where the people
group of citizens either for or against scenes and are now a few ing picture shows is, as a matter of themselves are indifferent to such n- r
such a law. As a matter of fact Or- miles out on a country road with the _principle, one o'f very great danger to forcement. I wish to say that the '
the future of the people can not expect a public officerto Values
thermometer at 100 degrees in the I state and nation.
lando public opinion is divided the I
on be successful in discovering and
shade. They have just suffered a One of the fundamental principles of
question of the fairness and wisdomof blow-out in one of the tires on their all constitutional government is, prosecuting all the violators of law .
a Sunday closing law which pro- machine. Mr. W. C. T. U. has proceeded namely, that certain departments of take place.
hibits the purchase of a cool refresh- to examine the tire and then to our government have legislative authorities Very truly yours, tIt
repair it. Of course he could not remove that others are bound with- PAUL V. HUTCHINS.o .
ing drink, a dish of ice cream, a cigar his coat while undergoing this out questioning their wisdom to en- f.

or a sack of candy.It devout service. Wha a picture of devotion force the laws passed by such bodies. LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL goes without saying that our
would be foolish to assert that and sanctimonious worship he The assumed right of any officer to
makes as he kneels there bareheadedin decide for himself whether a certain
the twenty members of the Woman'sChristian the sun and, after offering prayer. law should be enforced or not, is a Aug. 25, 1915. customers are the recipients of ,
Temperance Union who pro takes the tools in hand and proceedsto thing that should be crushed in its Dear Sir-I beg to thank you from

tested to the sheriff and county solic remove the obstinate tire. If the beginning if the country is to be my heart for your splendid and dig- both. We refuse to stock
itor Tuesday afternoon represented tire sticks to the rim and he poundshis saved, and it is a serious question for any-
ni ed editorial this in behalfof ,
thumb it only affords more time the future, because, if such a right is morning
themselves only. Instead they repre- and occasion for divine thoughts and recognized in regard to small mattersit our leloved South. I cfo wish and but the best and '
sent many families who are leaders in devout expressions. He mentally, if will gradually come to be appliedto hope that: it will be read all over the thing we
the life of Orlando. Some of the women not verbally praises the Lord. Then, things of greater importance. I North.
who protested to the sheriff and as a rain storm suddenly arises and have heard it said, by some prominent FIRST AND LAST '
drenches Mrs. W. C. T. U., she offers citizens, that the enforcement of Sun- Yours very truly, charge as
county solicitor were mothers of Or- devout thanks to the Lord for send- day laws in the city of Orlando would I AUG. E. LUNDGREN. l
lando business men who might be ing the cooling shower, even thoughit kill our growing and progressive city. '
tempted to keep open on Sunday and has ruined her forty dollar hat. Never has it been known yet that any EXCURSION TO DAYTONA BEACHCar little as we consistently can
After proceeding on their way with city has been killed for enforcing the I
sell harmless goods will leave
bringing some minds filled with devout and divine laws of God in its community. To be Sunday morning for
pleasure to men as well as women and thoughts they again pass through the true: many cities that have been the Daytona round Beach at 6 o'clock. Fare for for it.
children. business part of town. There they strict in their enforcement of laws trip, $2. See Dann's Trans-
fer about
Consequently, the question of Sun are forced to see again the unholy may not have been progressive townsor your ticket. 7-26-3tc
conduct of a man who labors hard six have possibly gone backward, but 1
day closing must be viewed by a days in the week, as he carouses and i if it is thoroughly looked into it will Get the news In the Sentinel erst.Orlando's .
newspaper in one of many ways. In J
the strict interpretation of the ques- "Adam fell for" an apple ,

tion there can be only one issue: the

Sunday closing law, until it is repealed Greatest Asset---"The Observanceof Hundreds of people will "fall for"What .

and removed from the statutesof

the state of Florida by the legisla- the Sabbath"Every ? Can you guess? ,

ture, should be enforced.

Individual opinion, however, has a
perfect and logical right to debate the winter we make it a point to mingle with the tourists and winter residents

fairness of the law. That is the real who come to Orlando, and invariably they say they like Orlando because of its freedom \

point of the entire proposition. It is from drunkenness, rowdyism, etc., and its close observance of the Sabbath.We Watch our Ads we'll an-
the viewpoint which is causing the ,
claim it should require NO public sentiment to demand of our officials the per-
trouble-not negligence on the part
of our officials. Mr. Tilden has said formance of duties they have already sworn to perform, but, if such IS necessary, why the riddle ourselves !1

that he would see that the law was let us all stand by the valliant membership of the W. C. T. U. of Orlando, like men and swer

enforced. The evidence submitted at. brothers, and insist upon the enforcement of our laws.

the hearing of the court house Tues- The growth of our city in the last 5 or 6 years should be proof conclusive that you 1 I
day afternoon was interesting and it
is true there was some direct evidenceof cannot kill a city by the enactment and enforcement of "Blue Laws."

a sufficient nature to prosecute alleged Just as we ask you to stand by the W. C. T. U. in this movement, we ask you to stand : I

offenders. We may now be as- by us in making it possible for you to buy feed on a "Live-and-Let-Live" basis.

sured that the county solicitor with We make OUR prices and incidentally the other fellow's prices. We have it on good

his usual promptness and aided by authority, that, after we go home, some of our competitors come and copy our prices Dickson-Ives 1
Sheriff Gordon will see to it that "the
house is put in order." and makes theirs accordingly.That .

The only point that the Sentinel can is alright. Our prices are for all to read, and are the same to one and all, but

possibly object to is the letter or pro- you will observe that it bears out our statement, Ve make the prices."

test written to Gov. Trammell. The
Sentinel does not wish to take issue .DEP

with the W. C. T. U., for it believesit ...

is a worthy organization composedof The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.

noble women. But the evidence

shows before that Mr.taking Tilden office was approachedonce and once S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

June 11, in regard to Sunday dosing, I = .

and on neither of these occasions was A A

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"Get It At Allen's

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Thursday, August 26.
A beginners' shoot will be held under A. E. Boyce, Taft's popular and
the auspices of the Orlando Gun efficient chief executive, was among
Club, on the grounds at the Coun- the welcome callers at the county GRANDTO
try Club.
The Rook Quartette will meet with seat yesterday. He was accompa-
Mrs Gross.Celebration nied by his ward, Miss May Hart-
of golden wedding anniversary myer, who spent the day shopping
of Mr. and" Mrs. J. M. Star- with the merchants and having some El Us'
buck, "at home.
Friday, August 27. dental work done. DAY Y 1w .
Regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. '
Economy at the Baptist church. Mrs. G. C. Robinson, of Fort Meade, Q FRIENDSHIP LINKS
-- who has been visiting her parents, Q
WINTER PARK. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Lantz, 507 West WORLD FILM CORPORATION, Every girl should have one of these Bracelets, each
Colonial Drive, returned to her homein
link from different friend.
Winter Park, FJa., Aug. 25.-A a
Polk county yesterday afternoon.She .
farewell reception was given at Hook- was accompanied by her two sis- Presents A Paul ArmstrongPlay 25c. including engraving.
in and Memorial House last
upkeep Friday night tUg, Misses Ht-ttie and Eunice Lantz,
for Mrs. E. H. Betts and
family, who where they will spend a couple of
gasoline con- go to Oberlin, Ohio, in a few days,and weeks. ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS
for Miss Gordon, who with the par- "ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE"with

sumption are ents, is going to Daytona where Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Clewis, Miss 11:1: =01:1. dJ
Gordon will
open up a grocery store,
Mary Trice Lewis, and their son,
and for Miss Miriam Enlow, who has Alonzo, and Miss Ruth Knight, of

items to be con- gone to Chicago.The Bartow, arrived in Orlando late Tues- ROBERT \ If quality for a low price is an object
house was beautifully deco- ;;" our wall will win favor.
day evening and spent the night at : --\"t'W1 your
sidered in buy- rated, as only Percy Dale can do, anda the San Juan hotel. They are mak- as .:m ;;:';;( For the next 30 days we will offer for
'1 sale
fiW'" 5000 rolls of Wall
I' L Paper
program consisting of solos (
ing automobile tour the I q
an through jl from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
ing a car. Prof. Pope and Miss Florence Keezer, country and will stop in Jacksonville, "ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE"One fit -I time to buy, and do your papering
piano duets by Katherine Betts and 4 when
Atlanta, and Asheville, for a few you get ready.
Ruth Barze, and several selections by days. of the best features of the We also carry a full line of HighVarnishes. -
The upkeep in the orchestra composed of Mrs. F. W. ;;b Grade Paints, Oils and .
Shepherd, violin Mr. Victor season in five great acts d We invite you to call and inspect
Collier, 3'vY
:Miss Alice Buck, of Bicknell, IncL, our stock.Orlando.
the DODGE is cornet, and Mrs. II. E. Cole, piano, who has been visiting relatives and

were rendered to the delight of all. friends in Pine Castle, was in Orlando 10 ,..
lessened a great Ice cream and cake were served to yesterday morning and paid the Sen- 20 cents Paint & Wall Paper Co
about 150 people. It is with reluctance -
tinel an appreciated visit. In order to -
deal that we part with these good keep posted with happenings in Or- ii I 205 S. Orange Avenue
by the people but rejoice with the
very communities -
ange county she enrolled her name as COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261The
where they go. a subscriber to the old reliable South .
reasonableprice -0-- Florida Sentinel. Miss Buck left Tomorrow, Laura Hope Crewsin
MRS. JOS. BUMBYENTERTAINS. the afternoon on .Mill. ...I.. .... .... ... .....1.1.1,111.,11.11111" .
for her home in "The Fighting Hope."
for i the Hoosier State.
parts as
Mrs. oJs. Bumby entertained the ,
New Ice .
will note Young Matrons most delightfully yes- Mr. and Mrs. Francis Karel arrived Company
by a terday afternoon. The
bridge game in the city yesterday afternoonover I
resulted in Mrs. Davis PHONE
Fishback be- 675
the Atlantic Coast Line from .
study of the fol- ing awarded the
guest prize two em- White Springs where they have been I
broidered handkerchiefs. while the
spending the past two weeks enjoyingthe
lowing prices: club prize went to Mrs. Irwin Dunn, excellent bathing and other pleas- Delivery Daily I
proving to be a book of toasts.A .
ures by that resort. Mr.
fruit course was served the
by Karel was very much benefited by his
hostess, who was assisted by Mrs. Wait for We think I
outing and reports that there are our wagon.
Piston Alfred
$1.60 Bumby. quite a number of Orange county
Those youvili like our ice.
present were Mesdames Sid-
folks sojourning there and that theyare
Piston Rings .25 ney Ives, Hal Beardall, Philip Slem- loud in their praises of the cura- ROOf
ons, Irvin Dunn, Davis Fishback, tive GARDEN
propensities of the water at the
Frank Guernsey, George Bensch- i
ConnectingRod bach, and Alfred Bumby. famous springs. | The New Ice Company |


WANTED house of from 6 to 12
Fan Belt .25 The Junior :Matrons were enter- rooms, modern, in Winter Park.
tained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Da- Will lease for a year from about Oc-
vis Fishback. Several of the club tober 15. Address Box A,Lake Wales, imiiiiiitiMitniiiiiMiHtiieiniiiHiiiiimiiiit
Drive Pinion 2.50 Fla. 8-26-Gt .
members are absent from the city,but I r
those who were present enjoyed a "WHO PAYS ?" :

very pleasant occasion. The Love Liar. In three parts.
And The prize for the afternoon's play FavoriteTODAY'S : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL J
the was captured by Mrs. James Magru- II
der, and proved to be a
pretty Japanese
basket. :
Car Itself The hostess served a Reliance. "The Mission of Harrison. .
dainty salad course consisting of nut ." : ) f"9
bread, saltines, olives, nuts and iced Majestic. "Her Grandparents. .
tea. Komic. "An Exciting Courtship. An American Drama with a :
I A comedy.
seems like -0- Keystone. "Mabel's Wilful Way." strong appeal. :
a REBEKAIIS, A comedy, featuring Mabel\ and Fatty. .
TAKE NOTICE. See Mabel and Fatty today; they CURTIS & O'NEAL
thing of life will make you forget business cares
The Orlando Rebe:ah Lodge No. 12 i and drive away the blues. A Bottle of Perfume given away :
*:; will meet Thursday, August 2G, at Five cents to all.

abounding in 7:30 p. m. sharp. All members are -- -- ---. ---- at nine o'clock to night. : Insurance Loans Real Estate I
urged to be present. Considerable II

vitality' trigger- business is to be attended to at this FIELD'SCHOCOLATE I Rentals
meeting, as well as a rehearsal of the The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN :

swift in the glid drill Mrs.staff.F. L. Anderson, noble grand. The One-Price Theater

ing get-away .
10 cents B i cents :

and splendidlyfree MCCRACKEftSWhen VANILLA ...

from the PEACH Saturday night, "The Bomb ESTABLISHED 1886
Throwers," in three parts.

slightest jerk, or it comes to delicious light CREAMS. j

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15 centsCatering

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Have you prepared your garden for Fall Planting? If

not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem-
ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS. W e deliver from one quart upHand's


here waiting for you. Prices right. t

Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE -

& ? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flowers -
ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur-
chaser. 25c. packages and up. Pure Ice Cream :+

Orlando Seed & Produce Co.

Sons Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co. Phone 566 and 666


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I SIDELIGHTSBy SON PARTY Rome, via Paris.-Said Idriss, one
to compliment you for' W. S. Branch.L. of the most powerful of the Arabian FOR SALEWill
the excellent work you have done Nome, Alaska.-The United States chieftains in Yemen and who duringthe
for me. coast guard cutter Bear, which carried -
Libyan war was aided by the
L. Payne wears his beard in
Have been coming to Floridafor mails to Point Barrow
the most Italians, is reported to have rebelled
more in given length of time
30 years and have had work ways a northerly point of Alaska, returned against the Turks. He has gatheredhis
than in Orlando. In fact,
done from Jacksonville to Key any man here today, reporting that no word of offer for sale for few
one never knows in the morning just men about him, it is said, and expects a day'
West, St. Augustine to Pensacola Vilhjalmur Stefansson, the explorer,
to march on Hodeida and free
what kind of whisker Mr. Payne
and I can truthfully say I will be sporting a in the afternoon. His and his two companions had been re the Yemen region from Turkish domi- the property corner Orange Avenue, .
have never had such excellent ceived. Belief is growing that the nation.
work done for me, as you have latest adventure in hirsute adornmentis three perished. Jackson and Boone Streets, known as
mustache This is the first
done. The proprietors of the a Stefansson, accompanied by Ole

laundries of Jacksonville and Mr.time Payne's Orlando chin.people His have general ever facial seen Anderson and Storker Storkerson, left A. B. Cook & Co. the skating rink property, for $26,000.

Tampa, not to speak of smaller Martin Point April 7 of last year, going
places, can come to your place style the Kaiser now is a"Charlie cross between Chaplin"that and of north over the ice in the hope of 30 Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
and learn how to do work. The finding new land and expecting in the
people of Orlando can justly feel "Mutt." event that their quest failed to turn and interest at six per cent.

proud of their Steam Laundry. -- -- east and reach Banksland.The .
Several state editors have made a Bear Dealers in Real Estate In-
(Name on application.) reported nothing ,
pass as to P. G. Wall's initials. The further had been heard of the gaso- vestments and Business Oppor-

Tampa Tribune says they probably line schooner New Jersey, heretofore
Orlando stand for "Perfect Gentleman." We reported missing. The New Jersey tunities. C. A. HOVEY j.

had supposed they signified "Postponing -!lit Nome last fall under command of

Steam Gilchrist.. Capt. Orin Bank, a trader, who had
LaundryFRENCH \
--0-- with him a crew of Eskimos, includ- REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS
DRY CLEANERS One half the world doesn't know ing four who had been shipwreckedwith
LAUNDERERS ([how the other half' lives-on in such Capt. Bartlett on the Stefansson

PHONE 88 style on such small salaries.TimesUnion ship Karluk. Wreckage from the LOANS -
Philosopher.In New Jersey came ashore at Cape '
other words, the man riding in Thomson, Alaska.OVERPOWERED. MORTGAGES The 1 / arket:

a Ford wonders how a great many of BANK STOCKS


SCREENS WHAT AM stand off the butcher and laundryman METAL FRESH AND SALT MEATS
SCREENS I while they are paying for their cars London.-Refugees from Kovno say Kept under the best sanitary conditions. "I
-- --- -
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. and tires. an enormous amount of artillery was Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresa

John W. Pounds, Agent --0-- employed by the Germans in their and pure.We .

Box 703 Will Floridians, in next year's Dem- I successful assault on that fortress. What do you Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have 1
ocratic primary, vote for men who The Germans concentrated six hundred everything in the Meat Line.

stand for something, and who are capable guns on the first fort they cap- hope for in a (
of achieving goals to which tured. Three Zeppelins and
more H. ML. Self & Co.
Dr.ClParriiDM their ideals lead them, or will they htan thirty aeroplanes flew over the varnish ?

1, vote for "pinheads" who do not hold fortress, dropping bombs. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
strong opinions on any question; who

of the firm of Drs. Parrish & grab for votes in every direction; and Guests reigstering at the San Juan .

Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located who win by "never doing nothing to hotel yesterday include Robert C. HE'44w0Ar

indefinitely at Lumsden's offend nobody?" Wake up, good peo- Harper, B. L. Suggert, Atlanta; J. M. September Victor Records I
ple. Give real men a chance.-Tampa Natches, Louisville C. W.
Stable, on West Church Street. ; Huggins,
The Doctor is vet- Times. R. E. Ferris, Tampa; Mrs. J. A. Han- YOU OUGHT TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING: '
a graduate All right, "Barkis is willin'." The son, Leesburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. UJTROT4RWsffEs "Booster Fox Trot" and I ,

erinarian. A trial will convince trouble lies in the fact that there is Dorester, Greensboro, N. C.; E. R. "Glad Rags One-Step," By the Victor Military Band.

you of his superiority over the such a wide difference of opinion as Haile, Palatka; F.V.. Cook, F. M. "La Paloma," (Saxaphone Sextette) by Six Brown Brothers!

uneducated horse doctor. Ex- to what constitutes a "real man." Knight, Tom Deems, W. F. Herman, "Mrs. Rastus At The Telephone," By Ralph Bingham. t

aminations made free of charge --0-- Jacksonville; Geo. E. Elmer, Shreve- "Old Black Joe," By Alma Gluck, with Male Chorus.
at the stable. Georgia legislature passed an act port; W. E. High, St. Louis; G. P. Two new Hawaiian Songs by Toots Paka Troupe. I I
Calls providing for a public defender, and, Whatley, Forsyth; C. M. Davidson, Also many other extra fine records. Come and listen.
; answered
: by day or without a doubt, Georgia needs one.- Cincinnati; M. Cashbrick, New York; When you buy varnish for your
night. Tampa Tribune.Unfortunately. Scott M. Loftin, Pensacola. floors you hope that of those it will floors improvethe and W. S. BRANCH, !

PHONE NO. 25 the act failed to become that appearance it will be durable. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE a
[' a law, so the commonwealth of
J Unfortunately much that is sold for Exclusive Distributors of Victor Goods. '
Georgia is without any "public de Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER floor varnish won't realize that hope .
fender" after all. Some of the may- for you.Lawson's.

ors and governors are seeking to defend Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish SKATING
the state and of the has a wonderful deep lustrous finish. It 13 RINK
some ex- easily applied because it works easily. It I It
i mayors and ex-governors are defend- is unequalled eoitd and will not
BargainNew scratch dries absolutely dust' t 1
ing themselves, but to an outsider it free in from five to seven hours and gets L-
hard hours.
: looks like a bad mess all around. As for in twenty-four economy. Lustro has a covering LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY >! ,

--0-- Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber" capacity that is wonderful. AND FRIDAY :MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY t F
r The Times-Union has a serious half Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
I Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT '
4 f column editorial on "The Potash Situation factory. .
. I I ," and where the future supplyfor Made |I
by Valentine & Co.
house, 8 rooms and bath. fertilizers is to be obtained. Why Open 10 to 12 2.30
i HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP a.m. m., p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
!'not Manufacturers of
go and advise with "Perlmutter?
Location perfect 4 blocks from.
j He might be able to give some pointers. VALSPAR and Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.ADMISSION .'
. center of city, east side. ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST VALENAMELAll

For quick sale $3000. Cash or It does not seem--0--but a week or two ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY. ) t 10 CENTS

terms. since Phil. Armstrong, the.T.-U. phil-
to be had at
osopher, was writing catchy little
poemettes about "Spring's Here," I

"The Blue Birds Are Coming etc. Phone 204 STORE ..
CARL DAMNWANTED and now he has begun on "Summer's I I Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. ORLANDO ROOFING '

Dying." It's cool and comfortable .
down here, Phil; don't be in too biga ANL ,

hurry with your cool weather stuff;
it stops the Thursday afternoon holi-
days and sends regrets to the brainsof The Orlando Meat MarketT.

the small boys who do not love to I
USEDFORDS Metal Slate Tile Tin '
go to school.PROVIDES. A. YANCY, Jr., Manager Asbestos

AVIATION CENTER Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice and Rubber Roofings :

New York.-To provide an aviation Florida and Western Meats Cornices, Skylights.Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings I

center in the East until the army and .
WE BUY AND PAY YOU SPOTCASH navy establish aviation centers near Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. Works: 14 E. Church St. : ORLANDO

New York and to provide weekly fly- I
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town OrdersPHONES
ing meets and facilities for training

persons who wish to learn to fly, the / Business 135 P. O. BOX 226 ,.
Aero Club of America has plans for \Residence |3j Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. 1

establishing an aviation center at

IF YOU NEEDMONEY I Sheepshead Bay, the dub announced. Tops Backs Cushions \

Beginning with next spring, it is the -- --- 1

plan every Aviation to day.hold classes meets will every be in Saturday.session Rollins College, Winter ParkOldest Curtains, Celluloids, Bows ,

College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, ; t tf !
AND HAVE ONE FOR SALE BIG FISH CATCH Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business I PAINTING

COME Boston, 1\Iass.-Enough fresh fish Teachers' Course. ,
were landed at the fish pier today to
Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium "
supply each person in the state with no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment.' Three teachers o t
one pound of sea food, the total catchof music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberb
See Mr. Hutton forty-one vessels being 3,500,000 j new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemicaland Orlando Top & Trimming Co.
physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
pounds, a new high mark at this port. I soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, I
ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON Boston was unable to handle the catch j l j boating, swimming, golf,, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but undenominational Central Ave. and R. R. T. M. COPPEDGE, Mgr. s si'
and part of it was sent to Gloucesterto 'I I ; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue OJ.
STREET be salted. |address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla. )

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Phone 617
Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet 1
Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
ORLANDCCement : Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 J

Terms Cash in Advance.RATES worth Building. i

Agatite Plaster and Lime

For One Day ______________25t<< FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW
For Three Days ___________50c 1
For Six Days ----____________75c DAVIS & For One Month ___$150
I This rate applies on all ads of Phone 172 l
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains -
more than 25 words the
I will be one cent per word for Room 5, Watkins BlockEconomy Phone 72 x

I each sertien.additional word, for each in- I 'j
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- 1
you can't bring your ad to
\ the office telephone No. 24. Accounts M. CHENEY Davis & :McNeill Block 4
i opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone 4j j

i Every Home-Every Business 87 Victor Starbuck !
Every Man has use for a
I Sentinel Want Ad. Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth ATTORNEYATLAWPhone


I No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
I SALE-Family cow giving 8 R. RAY WHITE
quarts milk daily. Parties going
r I away. Address A. B., care Sentinel.1 A

Pair nice mare mules in good condi-
r- tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul- Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Ap- and CONTRACTORPhone
ply P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc
DR. N. 37
Full bearing orange and grapefruitgrove DENTIST
within 11.2 miles of postofFice,
on brick road adjacent to County Phone 716
All for the PicnicMANY
Club. A splendid subdivision prop-
osition at exceptional low valuationfor Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton
cash. Address ," Bldg
hot kitchen fire. A Gas Range will roast the chicken, or do any baking that you may wish quickly tinel office. 8-14-12tc 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 FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract SURVEYING ARCHITECT
ing a quick lunch; for cooking meals for unexpected guests it will never fail you. one quarter mile from city limits
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building,Orlando,
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
i New Cabinet Gas Ranges Make Cooking a Pleasure 6-9-tf PROMPT AND ACCURATE Florida.

FOR RENT WORK :Member F. A. A.
never have to offer the excuse-''The oven was not right." The oven is always right with a Gas FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur-
Range. And then if you wish to close the house for the day you do not have to leave a coal fire nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. ;
burning to make your house unbearable upon your return. Cook the sensible way-the Gas way. Knox. 7-9-tf Civil Engineer

WANTED 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
WANTED-Two salesmen and collectors e.
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO at once for Sanford and
8-21-6tc Daytona. Apply 43 East Pine street. Phone 72

horse, with 55 branded on Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELt
hip. Notify G. R. Saunders. Phone OPTOMETRIST
.. 1024. and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

buy, sell rent, and exchange real Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,j ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL REPAIRING
lllllltllMaMCIMMHIIMIOMiililiilMaBiiiiBmtllllllllUllllllil l over__30 years.u Have handled over I
$20,000,000. Call and see me. -
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
In Cut Flowers
FOR SCREENS, porch swings, lawn
swings, and all kinds of carpenter
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIESOCOEE work Church, go street.to Tracy & Moore 7-25-lmoc, 18 East I SprayingGet and Plants

To reduce our stock as much as possible -
by the 15th, will give a discountof Floral Designs
FLORIDA 25 per cent. off our regular cash c
price on any goods in store. Ham- the BEST spray-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf
:ing oil. Spray at the
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
.Violet Dell Florist.
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit "while Shop. 21 you E.wait Pine,"St.at Young's 2-4-lyrc Repair right time with the .

Trees in fine condition at the very lowest RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB right mixture. ]. M. GARUTHERS

K Texaco Parafine Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
prices :: :: :: :: Located in the Arcade BuildingAll

work guaranteed and neat- Cervus Oil
ly done. Our work is the best
and our prices are the lowest. Tests 32 degrees Bamme
The rainy season is the best time to set This is the place to have your

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep old clothes made new. CUNT BASSPHONE
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
one, year's growth in advance of trees set dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit M. O. Dovell 375

next fall. pressed _____________40c. West Jefferson Street
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand & Son SucccBor to

pressed ____________50c
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood CompanyWood
11 Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest ; 106 Grace StreetPhone
We do ladies' work also. Giveus of All Kinds
the above address trial and be convinced. 283-2 Rings
i Clothes called for and delivered. Our wagons are al-
IMI Phone 613. ways at your service.
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Rev. E. Lee Smith, wife and son,
t Mr. J. B. Smith, were in Orlando yesterday -
from Apopka.
- .
F ,. State's Attorney Joseph II. Jones M
spent yesterday in DeLand on professional -

. in Panama, matters. EVERY 'f- I
and everywhere on American territory is simplfStd by "A.B.A.
"Where there's life there's
" Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are 18226tcMrs. Hup.
t accepted like currency by strangers waere a check or draft would
t a often be refused for want of proper identification. These cheques $10 A WEEK
r' are tlf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for W. T. Jamieson went up to
i business or pleasure. Sanford yesterday afternoon to visit

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" her daughter, Mrs. Frank Whitner.

Mrs. A. B. Burdett, of Plant City,
. is among the South Floridians sojourning -
in Orlando for a day or so.

; Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.

t Mrs. Sarah Mann returned last YOU SAVE .
I evening from a visit to Boston and
? other cities in the New England

" States.G. $10 A YEAR

D. Muriel and H. N. Sassnet,
who have been spending some time in
I this vicinity, left yesterday for Lake
" Helen.

Get your next shave at the Stand-

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Preston, of Pine .
t Castle, were among the prominentout
i of town folks visiting the county
, metropolis yesterday.Mr. .
S. H. Bowman, one of Cler-
mont's popular and substantial citizens -
tt : was among the business trans-
t Y. actors in Orlando yesterday. The Peoples National BankittimiiiiMiiitaiiiiiiiiiuin

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

Mrs. Frank Soper, who has been in
rf New' York and Philadelphia purchasing -
f Spring Water her fall and winter stock of millinery -
and lady fixings, returned home
;i- last evening.Mrs. i

r APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD R. G. Taylor and little child, MMMMIOIIinillHIIMIHNew ,1..1 ,.,
who have been spending some time in
i Phone WRIGHT 444 I Jacksonville, returned yesterday afternoon :
to Orlando. They are located
at Oak Lodge.

t TRY IT Better BEST TRY ITt Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. H

t I 18-18-tf Studebaker CarsHere

Miss Gertrude Mack, who has been
( : spending several days in Orlando vis-
iting her father, :Mr. Peter Mack, and
f other relatives, left yesterday after- This Week
f fi noon for her home in Jacksonville.

Dance, August at Wekiwa 26. Everybody Springs, invited.Thursday I Wait and see what values you can get
Come early and enjoy a swim in the<
! .. springs. 18-24-3t for $1050 and $885

Miss Ruby Allen, of Fort Myers,
i who has been visiting Mrs. W. S. '
Frye, at No. 6 West Liberty street, '
returned yesterday.afternoon to her ,
Notice To Ford Purchasers home in Lee county.

Between Aug. 1, 1914 Guavas! Guavas! at the Orlando !
F, and Aug. 1, 1915 Seed and Produce Co. 18-17-6tc I San Juan Garage Company ,

Mr. and :Mrs. C. B. Bowman have '
All Ford purchasers who hold Profit- gone to Toledo, Ohio, for an extended Orlando -DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
sharing Coupons will please endorse same visit with relatives and friends. They; ,
t expect to return to Orlando about the :
t and return immediately to The Ford
4 first of November. I
: :Motor Co., Detroit, :Mich., who will send ,I

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur- How much did you save last month :
in>cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-t ,
r chased during above dates.
For further information, phonei Mr. P. H. Roper, a former weB
i known citizen of the Winter Garden i , , ,11.111.
i F.G.RUSH section, was in Orlando yesterday en t
route to his home at Dania on the :
32 East Church Street Phone 226 East Coast after a visit to relatives Who Will Be Your Executor? ,
r and friends in west Orange. :

Deposit your Savings Checks and : ANSWER NO. 2
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for I .
impaired as a ;
be materially
you. 8-12-tl I Your estate may ;
direct result of the appointment of an executor t.*,. v-. ;,rf ;. .e.,
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Porter of ,
Jack trustee. .
. .. " " " " . or i
sonville, were among the visitors to When an individual is appointed
Orlando yesterday. They left in the '
afternoon in their Buick car for Day- The financial responsibility is generally weaker.
; tona Beach where they will spend sev- It is usually provided in wills that the person =i
: eral days with friends. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
from giving bonds.

AUTHORITIES DIFFERAs :. 18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense r.f 1
.. of the estate, and then only partial secu-

Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Thompson and rity against loss is provided.
to the exact stuff that dreams are made of, but thereis : niece, Miss Helen Curry, left yesterday When a Trust Company is selected- f '
: for Jacksonville and will later ,
a certain period in the lives of most of us when our go The positive advantage of .strong financial re-
: to Asheville, N. C., and New York, 'j
dreams are illuminated by love and lighted with : returning to Orlando about the first sponsibility is secured. financial'r
Diamonds.A of October. A bond which has behind it the entire
strength of the Institution is always filed with J s
reliable diamond merchant is the best sort of the Probate Court at nn cost to the estate. r '
Deposit your Savings Checks and
pilot to engage at this stage in life's game. let them earn 4 per cent. interest for Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue
May we pilot your matrimonial bark? you. 8-12-tf of this newspaper. 1, 4t t z n

Prof. J. G. Grosenbacher was a
south bound passenger yesterday afternoon ask for further 4- t
I Come in any time and freely a
over the Atlantic Coast Line information on this vitally important subject 1.. c
t en route to Auburndale, in Polk county You are always welcome, and our officers are always is ,
where hell be engaged for several I'I't glad to advise. '
: days in furtherance of his work
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: on the diseases of citrus trees. I

..... DoctorsBilekillaster The Orlando P' /j BTrust Company

& Briiiithigc 4 ) aCapita'

Personal instruction under Dr. Still ,,_ 5141,000.00
at Kirksville, Mo.
: 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples '
YIII1.H.TI.I.IU1JIIU II$44UIUi1IIISTt43. National Bank. Phone 578. I"I"I"III'II"'I'Travel minimi