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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME: THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1915. NUMBER 171.
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GERMANY YIELDS TO OF THE FORCE RUSSIANS JAPS MAY CO-OPERATE IN
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BROAD : SYILLINVESTIGATE THE ARMY

FREEDOM OF SEASISAGREATDMATIUICTORY i DARDANELLES STRUGGLE'!



TO ABANDON I Paris, Sept. 1.-What appears-to ,-Discussing the part Japap has
AND NAVY APPROPRIATIONS
be an intimation that Japan may cooperate I I played in the war, the ambassador -

Sec. Lansing Reports Progresson in the campaign to force the..I said:
LOUTSK Dardanelles, is contained in an interview I j MWe have not ceased to collaborate ------- --- -- ,
Note to Britain-Will -
I with Baron Hayashi, Japanese !I with our allies to the extent assigned S i t i i t i i i i i f i i t i i I
Be Dispatched ambassador to Italy, sent to the !''to us. The world will be astonished THE WORLD WAR A YEAR I PRESIDENT FINDS THAT

Shortly I GERMAN ARMS AGAIN SUC- Petit Parisien by its Rome corre- I when it knows what we have done, AGO TODAY-SEPT. 2 i MILLIONS ARE WASTEDANNUALLY

spondent."I what we are doing, and what we are !

Washington, Sept. 1.The conces- CESSFUL IN GALICIAN can not say much about that," i! willing to do. The Russians are near- German advance under ,"on.

sions by Germany today in connection CAMPAIGN the baron is quoted as saying in reply -: est to us and we can be most usefulto Kluck penetrated to Creil, about *

with her submarine warfare are regarded to a question regarding the Dar them. Rest assured it is the great- thirty miles from Paris. The SEEKS REDUCTION EXPENDITURES

by officials of the state de- danelles, "for- we must not allow our : est desire of Japan to assist every German first army, about 200,000 I -
partment as being of tremendous import I MAUIESGAINSTRATEGIC POINT enemies to profit by information : day in the sacred cause of civiliza- strong, crossed the Aisne river
I Congressmen Will Be Asked to
"
:
and moment in their effect on I about the movements of troops. tion. west of Soissons in pursuit of the '

the present relations between the Dardanelles Fighting Favors British, who retreated rapidly to- I Co-operate-'Vilson Will

United is well States understood and Great now Britain.It that.Ger- Allies-English Commander GREAT PROSPERITY FOR U.S. U. 370 MEMBERS IN CENTRAL ward The Paris.French government was ** See Cardinal Today Gibbons

many, having made such a sweeping Reports Turkish Lossesas removed from Paris to Bordeaux, I

concession affecting even her own war on the seacoast. *
Being Heavy S. IS PREDICTED HIGHWAY ASSN Washington, Sept. President
zone, has subscribed to the broad Zeppelins made a second air *
Wilson, it became known today, intends -
principle of the freedom of the seas. raid on Antwerp, Belgium. I
London Loutsk small
Sept. a going to the root of the whole
.. This, Great Britain has not yet fortress across the Russian frontier SAYS BANK RESERVES ARE MORE THAN 100 JOINED Japanese landed at Lungkow, subject of army and navy expendi-
Britain will be China attack the Germans at .
done; and this Great to
has been
and northeast of
Lemberg, GREATEST IN HISTORY tures.
which SINCE ORLANDO Kiauchau. *
informed is the principle for
taken bjr storm by the AustroGerman -
I
Already he has discovered that mil-
the United States will immovablystand. UNITED STATES MEETING China appealed.to the powers.SCIIULTZ .
army, according to official dispatches j lions of dollars have been squandered
t i t s i t t i f i t f
from Vienna, and the Rus- 'year: after through the maintenance
t For this reason almost the universal sians were forced to retreat beyondthe Immense Crops Will Increase Judge Allison, President of the I of useless year yards and -

opinion now in Washington is that river Styr, upon which the strong Financial Activit'Vaveof Dixie Highway Ass'n, May BUILDING A NICE ADDITION posts in states which navy have influential army
and discussions TO WINTER: PARKBUSINESS
the circumstances to- '
hold stands. Economy Helps for Attend Lakeland Meeting I members in both houses of congress
day demand a very early dispatch of I Loutsk is in the path of the Aus- Big Reserve Sept. 9 DISTRICTThe who have prevented their abandon-
the long heralded note of protest to I
tro-German offensive the
against extreme ment or consolidation because of the
to date brick business house
up
Great Britain against her illegal
blockade and continued dictation to southern wing of the Russian Chicago.-Bankers passing through Tampa, Fla.-When the Central which W. H. Schultz has had under local interests which would be af-
armies where the principal Teuton Chicago to attend the conven- fected and the few constituents who
the United States on how this coun- annual Florida Highway Association gathers day in the heart of the Winter Park
aggression has been evident duringthe tion of the American Bankers Asso- would lose their jobs.
section for time
business some pastis
try should conduct its commerce ,with at Lakeland September 9, Secre-
last week. ciation at Seattle, Wash., predictedthat rapidly being completed. When Not only will the president makean
neutrals and belligerents. The fall of Loutsk will probably re- tary Dickie will be able to report thatit
an "almost unbelievable earnest appeal to to
prosper- finished this building will add consid- congressmen
Secretary Lansing was asked today I sult in a complete withdrawal of Rus- ity" is rushing on the nation. has over 100 more members than it erably to the appearance of the live abandon these expensive and useless
of the note to Great
about the status
it sians from the small strip of Gali- "When the bank reserves, whichare had at the meeting held in Orlando in little town to the north of Orlando, appurtenances, but he will urge thatin
Britain. lie
said
was making prog- cian territory which they still hold greater now than they have ever the make-up of the committees of
ress, and had been revised once or June, which was recognized as the and will form one of the most conven-
while the Germans ad- I
are slowly been in the history of the country both houses who
and business congressmen repre-
ient nicely arranged
twice, but could not say when itt best road meeting ever held in the
vancing through the difficult country are distributed, the nation will enjoy I places in the city. I sent districts where these wasteful
would be actually dispatched.O. of'BrestLitovsk.Their .
.state.
east almost unbelievable prosperity," said The lower floor will be occupied by yards and army posts are located
offensive against the northern William A. Law, of Philadelphia' At the conclusion of that meeting the dry goods stock of Mr. Schultz ought not to be members of commit-
W. AND L. CO. DISTRIBUTES wing of Grand Duke Nicholas'armies there 267 members the booksof
president of the American were on and the millinery emporium of Mrs. tees controlling the appropriationsfor
NEAT LEAFLETSWith appears to be making little Association. "The volume Bankers'I I the highway association. Some Jonnye Vick. The upper floor will be their support.

progress. on hand is so great that it weeks ago :Messrs. Dickie and Bryan devoted to the Siewert studio.BUSINESS .
its monthly statements the find a neutral outlet. The movement started an active canvass for new Will Interview Cardinal

Orlando Water and Light Company is London, Sept. .-The press bureau of the tremendous crops, with the at- : members and Mr. Dickie stated this MANAGER OFF FOR A
Washington, Sept. 1.-The confer-
sending to its patrons neat little descriptive tonight issued from Sir
a report tendant financial activity, will still morning that there were now 370 QUIET REST
ence between President Wilson and
folders setting forth the de- Hamilton, in command on the, Dar- further increase the bank reserves." members of the association, a gain of
lights in store for those who cook danelJes in which he states that the 103 to the As Cardinal Gibbons, which was requested -
Mr. Law attributed the present up present. new memberships Mr. W. C. Essington, business man-
with gas. With characteristic polite- fighting in the northern section resulted state of business to the upset condi- are being received every day ager of the Sentinel, left yesterday today through the emissary of a
prelate, will be held at the White
ness the leaflets close their state- in the capture of an important tions prevailing in international' trade Mr. Dickie will be able to count sev- morning over the Atlantic Coast Line
House .
tomorrow afternoon.No
ments by the extension of a polite tactical position commanding Biyuk, relations and to a wave of economy. eral more than this when the meetingis for Sanford, where he boarded the
invitation to the public to call at the in Anafarta valley.To called to order at Lakeland. Clyde Line steamer for a trip down official statement was forthcoming -

show rooms or drop a postal for more the east and north an appreciable DAY OF FAST PROCLAIMED; Dixie Highway Head May AttendIt the famous St. Johns river to Jack- I at the White House regarding -
the object of the Cardinal's call
complete information. ground gain has been made by the NEXT SUNDAY SET ASIDE is quite possible that Judge Alli- sonville. He will leave that city today upon the president, but it'is presumedthat

Australians and New Zealanders. BY ORTHODOX JEWS son, of Chattanooga, president of the for Indianapolis, Ind., where the subject of in Europewill
peace
V 40.000 MACHINE GUNS Turkish losses are described as Dixie Highway Association, and other after a short stop he will visit his be broached by the churchman
heavy. New York.-All the orthodox Jewish members of the association's boardof former home in Noblesville, Ind. during the interview.

London.-From a well informed synagogues throughout the United directors will be present to takein Upon his return to Orlando he will
source it is learned that military men THAW FILES LIBEL SUIT FOR States were notified today that Sun- the Central Florida meeting. Flor- be accompanied by Mrs. Essingtonwho
estimate there German DIVORCE FROM WIFE day, September 5, had been set INCENDIARY ATTEMPTS DESTRUCTION -
are 40,000 machine apartas ida' is an important link on the Dixie has been spending the summerat
guns in position on the western a day of fasting and prayer. The highway and the states north of us that place with her parents, Mr. OF NEGRO
front alone. This means more than Pittsburgh, Sept. 1.-Harry K. proclamation revives the old Jewish are greatly interested in seeing that and Mrs. W. H. Craig. SCHOOLIt

one machine gun for every 40 men Thaw today filed a libel suit in divorce custom of establishing a time to fast good roads are built in this, the terminal -
putting the Germans' strength at against Evelyn Nesbit Thaw, and pray on account of national trib- state. ORLANDO EXTENDS CORDIAL is believed that -an incendiary attempted -

1,500,000, or one for every twenty- here through his attorneys. He namesas ulation. Judge Allison may also be calledon WELCOMEDr. to burn the negro'schoo\
five yards of front. I co-respondent John Francis, whois The proclamation was made at the to settle the difficulty that has house early yesterday morning. In a

described as a New Yorker.It great synagogue of the orthodox arisen between Messrs. Saxon of Tal- H. G. Anderson, wife two I mysterious manner some kindling became -

Columbia records are double disc; is said that others will be named, Jews here after imposing ceremonies lahassee and .Belcher of Miami regarding daughters and two sons, arrived in I. ignited, presumably from kero-

fit any machine; 65c. e::.ch. Curtis & including a well known New York attended by 100 rabbis from all over the route of the west branchof Orlando yesterday afternoon over the sene which was found in a bottle, and
O'Neal. theatrical' manager. the country. Speakers told an immense the Dixie highway through this Atlantic Coast Line from Gainesville a portion of the woodwork of the

congregation of the sufferingsof state north of Gainesville.As Ga., to become permanent residentsof negro school annex was damaged to

Like their brethren in Asia and Europe.It is well I.nownIr.. Belcher stood this city. They are for the pres- the extent of $10 or $15. Luckily the
Birds Are
People, Getting! was ordained that on each of the out for prolonging this road straight ent located at 511 East Anderson fire burned itself out before any large
I' Jewish holidays now .approaching a north into Georgia through Lake street. Orlando extends to this esti- damage was inflicted. Sheriff Gor-

An Early Start To Florida silver collection should be taken up City and Columbia county, and cut- mable' family a cordial welcome. don is working on the case.
in for the Jewishwar
every synagogue
ting out Tallahassee in spite of the --
&- I sufferers. It is hoped that $1- fact that Columbia county has as yet House Moved To
Arriving in Florida week earlier : watched by government experts, says 000,000 will be raisedBASEBALL given no pledges that it will build ; Orange County

than usual the sound of the "bob-o- Mr. Hansen. Lighthouses along the such a road. I

link" is already heard in the woods ':'coast have nets in which the birds RESULTS Mr. Saxon, on the other hand, stood St. Petersburg Many Years Ago

I heralding the approach of cold weath- j:are caught and the stomachs of these National out for carrying the road northwest
er. According to W. Stanley Hansen i birds are sent to government labora- League from Gainesville through Lafayetteand --
( New York 6
of Fort Myers, special inspector for i tories for investigation and analysis.By Philadelphia 5. Taylor counties to Tallahassee, (St. Petersburg Independent) ange county was bringing in no reve-
the department of 'biological survey these tests the distances is read- Boston 0, Cincinnati 4. and thence into Georgia. Pledges After occupying the residence for I nue, so Mayor Bradshaw decided, to

in his report to the bureau of agriculture 'I!ily obtained. By close examination Pittsburgh 0-7, St. Louis 4-0. have been given that this route will 16 years. Mayor J. G. Bradshaw and bring it here. The house was torn

many classes of birds are fly-,!these experts are able to tell how All scheduled. be built and none have been forth- family tomorrow will move out of the down and loaded on to cars and

ing south in advance of the autumn I:many miles a bird has traveled and American League t coming for the other, so that Mr.. home on First avenue north into their shipped to St. Petersburg. Here the
season and the first of these to arrivein the length of time it has taken it en Philadelphia 0, Boston 6. Saxon naturally thought Mr. Belcher new residence in Roser park. The house was set up again, on'a slightly

this state is the "bob-o-link," route. Washington 2, New York 1. would stand with him in selecting the house movers then will go to work different plan, and was occupied as a

which, Mr. Hensen says, argues for Speaking of the lighthouse and the Detroit 5, Chicago 4. route, Saxon being on the ground and and in a few days the house will' be residence by the Bradshaw family.
an early winter in this latitude. migratory birds, Mr. Hansen says St. Louis 2, Cleveland 6. Belcher clear at the other end of the moved from its present location, ad- The timber in the house was cut from

This bird spends his summer season that white lights are an enemy to Federal League road. Much to his surprise Belcher joining the government lot, to a lot in selected stock and is as good now as
In the northern parts of the United them. Through them they get con- Brooklyn 4, Baltimore 7. would not and has since refused to Bayboro.The when it was cut 30 years since.

states and starts south as soon as the fused, fly backward and forward and Buffalo Pittsburgh 5 Newark 2, St. Louis 7. come into line. Propositions to call house now occupied by Mayor Mayor Bradshaw, in talking of the .

first breath of cold weather comes. finally drop from sheer exhaustion. All scheduled., 2. in a third man to act as mediator and Bradshaw has a history. It was first house and its removal, said this morn-

It has a long fly, which does not end These white lights, he says, have been to submit it to the Lakeland meeting erected in Orange county some 30 ing that he bought the lot on which
in Florida, for, after remaining here I abandoned by most of the foreign Southern League have been made. It is certain that years ago, being built under the direction his old residence now stands for $225
to rest up a bit, it continues its flight I countries but there are a few remain- Atlanta 3, Memphis 1. the matter will come before the Lake- of Mayor Bradshaw, who at and that was considered a good price.

to Brazil arriving there about Christmas ing in the Florida territory which, All Birmingham scheduled.2, Nashville 1. land meeting in some form or other that time owned a large citrus fruit That" was 16 years ago. The lot was

time. The bird is a great traveler later on, will be abandoned. unless Mr. Belcher should join with grove. After the big freezze that sold by the mayor to the governmentfor

and its flights are carefully Mr. Hansen has sent out a numberof THE WEATHER Mr. Saxon in the matter. killed every tree in his grove Mayor $12,500 and this shows the remarkable

watched as an indication of weather letters warning people that the Secretary Dickie had a letter fromJ Bradshaw removed to St. Petersburg.He increase in value of prop-

conditions. Robins may be looked for molesting of the feathered visitors For Florida: Partly cloudy today, H. Scales, of Perry this morning lived for several years in a cot- erty in St. Petersburg in 16.years, the
here In another month Mr. Hansen wil Ibe severely punished and peopleso probably showers on the east and saying that his people would be down tage where the Norwood store now is price received by Mayor Bradshaw

says. doing will be violating a govern I south coasts; moderate northeast here in force,to take in the Lakeland located. Then he decided to live here I being regarded as lower than the real
The flight of birds is carefully ment statute. winds. meeting. permanently. The house back in Or- value.

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CATHEDRAL SCHOOL IMPROVE- TAFT ROUND UPS come better acquainted with their na- that a majority of the people do not

NEXT tive or adopted State, should address favor. Public sentiment must be A. B. Cook & Co..r Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER

J. lIon. A. M. McRae, Dept. Agriculture, back of every law. There are laws
By Lydia Ryall
A brick pavement has been laid Tallahassee, Florida. against lynching, but when certain SO Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. '
With its stretches of wild
from Central avenue back into the grasslands After a general clean-up and the crimes are committed against societythe

Cathedral school grounds. showing freshly green upon introduction of some new apparatus people defy this law.
very side, it is not strange that
Taft Novelty works under new management Florida has no more fool laws than
Taft and vicinity should form, as it Dealers.in Real Estate, In-
of Messrs. Adams & Gart- Massachusetts. The trouble with the
PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414 does, the rendezvous of many roving vestments and Business Oppor- Better Known as -Jake, the Plumber"
man are now running on a larger is we make no distinction between the
herds of cattle. Scattered over\ these tunities.
scale than they have done for a longtime letter of the law and the spirit of the
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERTerms favored foraging grounds as many as .1
all of which is pleasing to residents law.
100 or 150 head may often be ob-
Reasonable interested in the development of Tourists coming to Orlando expect-
served. Big jsteers with wicked looking -
their own town, for like most Florida ing "Monte Carlo" will be disap- REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
horns are in evidence, togetherwith
Miss Mabel DurhamRoom places at this season, Taft.sutTers pointed, but those who desire a nice,
many cows, and a multitude of
from scarcity of work, and the need clean, quiet place, where we have
young calves, forming a truly pastoral ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
No. 9 of more local industries both to afford more advantages and comforts than LOANS
scene, and paying a substantial
DAVIS & McNEIL BUILDING employment and to promote the some cities many times its size, will MORTGAGES
compliment to Taft's feed producing ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
Church Street general interests of the place. find this city one of the most desirable -
soil. Cowboys: too, have featured the BANK STOCKS
Taft has a new auto, a Ford and places to spend a winter in the
place by many spectacular "round-
our popular druggist, Mr. Wright whole South. TIMBER .
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ups, and other wild west exploits.
!and his amiable wife are to be con- An Orlando boomer who has nothing BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -
{ BANSCHBACH Almost daily, in fact, we have been
gratulated. to sell
treated-in cowboy stunts-to a Buffalo OF ALL KINDS. Phone 204
CHAS. II. WIIITTIER.ADDITIONAL .
Bill show. .
Cabinet Maker LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL I
Two or three fiery, .wirey little
LOCALS
bronchos, !sporting the typical cowboy

saddles with swinging lassos and Sunday Laws
Doors, Screens, Porch Swings, Mrs L. C, Massey left
yesterday
other outfit; and the mounted cowboys George Washington (the father of
Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases his afternoon over the Atlantic Coast Hammond & Gore
themselves, belted, and be- countl1while), president, made a

Folding Card Tables, Cedar spurred, and accompanied by trained treaty with Tripoli in which he declared Line for Baltimore and Philadelphia,

Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- ogs-all in a mad gallop after a : "This government of the where she will visit for a while and ITXERAL DIRECTORS{ AND EMKALMERS

tals, etc. Also Repair \V ork. plunging herd of cattle, forms a part United States is not in any sense then go to other points of interest.
:\
founded the Christian Ir.IasseJ. accompanied her as far
of the show.Swinging on religion.
All Work Guaranteed as Jacksonville.Prof. Real Values
each a heavy "black Benjamin Franklin was a memberof Low Prices

snake," with phenomenally long lash the committee to draft the Declaration -
12 E. Church St. Phone 417 W. E. Bell spent Tuesday in
that cracks like a pistol shot, the of Independence, and in a letter COMPARE
the city as a guest of his parents.
"round-up" is certainly exciting, to Dr. Price said: "When a religion -
Dr. and Mrs A. D. Bell of West
showing off proverbial rough ridingin is good, I conceive it will support OUR FURNITUREWe
Church street. Prof. Bell was on his:
all its picturesque phases. itself; and when it does not support -
St way from Atlanta to Punta Gorda.
$$2
AugustineAND The dig of cruel spurs keeps the itself, and God does not take
where he will teach as principal of provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted
bronchos at full heat, while the crackof care to support it, so that it's professors -
the high school for the coming t,::rm. by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
lashes, and dogs at their heels, aTe obliged to call for the
an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We
keeps the cattle at full tilt. help of the civil 'tis 1
power, a sign,
RETURNMONDAYSEPT.. Among those departing for other can't make this point too clear-it i is one of the foundation
Some features of the do apprehend, of its bad "
being
spectacle
a one.
points in the state this morning was stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
not accord, however, with promotorsof Thomas Jefferson, in a letter to Dr.
A. B. Toney, who left for Orlando to
6 6Ph1 humane education. A case in point Woods, said: "I have recently been spend several days on business. Mr.
was where a dog seized an ox by the
examining all the known
superstitions Toney has visited friends in Tarpon
nose, holding on like grim death. of the world, and do not find Springs for the past week.-Tarpon McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

Frantic with pain the ox swung the an our particular superstition (Christianity Leader.

dog left and right several times before i ) one redeeming feature. They Springs Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, FloridaIIIIIIOmilllllMMIIIIIIIMIi

the latter finally loosened its are all alike, founded on fables and
I I Mr. Harry Gauthier, one of Orlan-
Atlantic Coast line hold.These mythologies." do's popular and skilled mechanics,

cattle prove in some ways a General Grant, in a speech at Des 'left yesterday afternoon over the At-
benefit to land owners by keeping the lantic Coast Line for Haines City ..
Standard Railroad of the South grass cropped off around their :Moines, Iowa, said: "Keep the where he will be engaged for some : IIIIIIMIM

premises Church and the State forever sep- time on one of the large buildings
and along roadways; besides arate." which will soon be erected in that

leaving on the land a certain amountof section of Polk county.Mr. Toilet
Train Abraham Lincoln, in his famous PaperSee
Special fertilizer. They form, nevertheless -
Gettysburg speech "To the
,
:
problem, and a menace to says J. L. Feinberg, who for the

LEAVES ORLANDO 2 P.M. trucking interests, and some day, not end that a government of the people, past month has been visiting his wife our window display. We
bJ' the people, and for the people carry
Tickets limited to September 8 far hence there'll be war between who is spending the summer in Asheville -
shall not perish from the earth."
land tillers and cattle men. ,. N. C., as well as going to New several kinds. .
By what principle of equal justice
Taft gardeners have to keep a close and under authority of what articleor York and Philadelphia on a stock pur-
Special train returning leaves
chasing expedition returned 'his
to
,
watch on their fences and gate fas-
section of the
St. Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8 tenings-growing d constitution does any home in this city yesterday after- Sweet Potatoes
corn, cabbage, another one presume to say that the railway

garden truck sorely tempting conductor has less right to pursue his noon.

For Information Call on some of the herd to try their horns' ordinary vocation on Sunday than the Guests Fancy Irish Potatoes
these registering at the San Juan
against barriers which they
; preacher has to his?
D. W. WHITE D. T. A. pursue
I hotel yesterday included W. B. Fud-
do with
frequently dire
W. R. O'NEAL Orlando, C. P. & T. A i f one succeeds in breaking results through, for :i republic We think were if alive the founders today they of this all'' ger, A. O. ::Martin Jacksonville; Billy Alligator PearsApples '

Bartholomew A. II.
undiscovered others McIntyre, S. S.
follow
speedily would declare all Sunday laws violation '
a
and the cleaning of Lake, Tampa; E. A. Brush, New
up everything of the constitution of the
York; E. II. Driggers, Crescent City
edible is soon accomplished. Not infrequently United States. ;

Get Behind a the trucker gets up i in Less than Edwin C. Jones, J. B. Cayne, Atlanta; J
fifty ;years ago one .
the morning to find all his season'scrops James S. Gordon, \Va3-nesboro, Pa.;
CW'e1lintfmvand I church organization was all powerful W. C. Jones, Daytona Beach. Plenty of FRUITS and VEGETA-
destroyed, and a madder man I in Mexico. It had acquired two-

han he would be hard to find. His; thirds of all the
enjoy a really cool' dry, sweet I ravings avail property in the republic Mr. A. A. Carmack, who has been BLES received daily.WE .
naught, however for
,
imoke. The Wellington Pipe won'tboil which was held by her bish-
absent from Orlando for the
wont foul practically the whole state of Florida paste
get ops. But the hour when th
came three months, during which time he GIVE'TRADING CHECKS
forms
I a free for cattle
Made I. range there greed of the church could no longerbe
visited Niagara Falls and his former
AmericaCane being no law to protect farmer and tolerated and the church ,
i is and : gardener from their incursions. was home in Brownsville, Pa., has returned -

A pick duvc, C--- where cattle fail to breakthrough Incases that stripped time of its property, and since to this city. His many friends Our
;
2s.3k a no religious institution can Grocery CompanyTwo
oc w inclosure will Abe delighted to learn that his trip
an they often jam acquire real estate in Mexico.

their heads through or over a fence, ] It is claimed there are five billion will proved remain very beneficial.in the Mrs. Carmack State Phones: 3 and 200.
Keystone '

doing off considerable growing vegetables damage by, flowering cropping -- erty dollars exempt worth from of ecclesiastical the burden of prop-tax- ber.with relatives and friends until Octo- : 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. \ill{

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I Al: fruit trees. Even when protected by
Say frame work (indirectly) to support the Sentinel Want Ads Pay.
young shade trees planted church.

along streets and roads are frequently Why do we need any different laws

You want to see this new damaged by cattle. In their : for Sunday than Monday? Sunday

package Spider is introducing to taste displayed for things forbidden, would be observed as a day of rest

cattle seem almost human. The average and worship if there had never been What do CAREY HANDFUNERAL

the market-its the swellest cow will do a lot of "rubber- any law. People were never made you

ing" for a handful of leaves. The '
religious by law. for in
thing out in the way of little frame work around hope a t
trees is
young We are told all our laws were DIRECTORAND

Cigars. often utilized by cattle for scratching : taken from the Bible! .We read of a varnish ?

>purposes and in this way is broken member of the Massachusetts legisla EMBALMER\

See him at the down, and the tree demolished. ture who had bought a dozen eggs

It is quite probable that
. many, and found one that was rotten, so to

homeseekers who would otherwise make his name immortal and be a HE

Good and Bad become Florida farmers and truckersare candidate for governor of the state, All calls answered Promptly Dayor

deterred from settling on lands at the
next election he introduced a AWON
by the cattle Night. Hand Block.
menace; realizing thata bill to protect consumers from bad

Cigar StoreOrange fence high enough and strong: eggs. The bill read that every egg UiJTRO

enough to turn a persistent cow, or a put upon the market should have the Orlando Florida.

Avenue$3oo rampacious bull, costs something. name of the owner of the hen put on ,

When with cattle, and cowboy, the the egg with a rubber stamp. This VSBES PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,

"razor back" shared supremacy in man was given in charge of the fool

Florida, the tribulations of the trucker killer, who told him that it made no s

were something fierce, for that difference who owned the hen or

which the cattle failed to reach, the whether it was a Rhode Island Red When you buy varnish for your

hogs got by rooting their under floors you hope that it will improve
way or a Plymouth Rock hen, but whenit ,
the of those floors and
the fence and diping up and devouring was laid the vital appearance
was point.It that it will be durable.

Pablo BeachAND potatoes, turnips and other root may be needless to add that thi
I Unfortunately much that is sold for WASHING STATION
rops. To fortify against the "razor "wise guy" of a legislator has nevfer door varnish won't realize that hope AUTO
!
ack" it was necessary for the truckr j|been nominated for president. He for you.Lawson's.

: to stake and wire fast to the bot should have been sent to an old ladies' Castro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
Atlantic Beach tom of fence avonderfcldeeplustrous finish. It is fAKES CARE OF YOUR
long Cyprus poles. In home for life. easily applied because it works easily. It THE PLACE THAT CAR

some parts of Florida at least, the is unequalled for durability and will not
Salem
Mass. had
AND RETURNSeptember a law againstsmoking scratch white. It dries absolutely dust-

dominance of the "razor back" has on Essex street. We remember i free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.

4th now been curtailed. when it
was strictly en-I f As for economy. Lustro has a covering Known as "The Handy Man."
Just how the cattle question will 1 forced. There is a law in :\Iassachu-I capacity that a wonderful.
'
VIA fraternize with the "Dixie Highway" setts against swearing; but it is only] Try out i case of Lustro'Elastic Floor
I Varnish our risk returnable it unsatisfacrory. -
:
!shrub and tree planting, remains to enforced when a man makes a nuisance WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any machine

Atlantic Coast LineStandard be Though seen. but of himself. I ; Made by Valentine & Co. parts. Work guaranteed.
a fledgeling, little We have read of a noted judge who

Railroad of the South pioneer Taft is really on the map. says the idea of a democratic form Manufacturers of GASOLINE AND OIL

For tickets or information call on Like the town, the map is new, having of government is to let everybody do I VALSPAR and

Atlantic Coast Line Tcket Agent.J. i I been issued recently by the StateDepartment j j as they please until they; interferewith VAL-Eti. .IIEL

G. KIRKLAND of Agriculture. It is a the rights of others. That all Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

fine large sized map covering the these fool laws are necessary, but are t I I ,
Division Passanger Agent, Tampa. Ii
State
in full
a and
comprehensive not made to be enforced, but to act as i
TICKETS SOLD FOR ALL REGULAR manner. lever All to be had atFINLEY'S '
a to pry an ornery person into

TRAINS. On application, copies of this map harmony with a majority of the community PIONEER PAINT

Limited to leave Jacksonville, 9.30 are sent out free of charge, and residents in which they live. STORE Sentinel Want Ads Get Results ,

IJ.m.. September 7th. of this section who wish to be- :No law can bt enforced very long Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.I I'



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CASTLE NEWS Clarice, arrived here Saturday morn- In our embraces we again enfold her, r '
I ing, August 21, for a visit with her She will not be a child;

--,t\Pine Castle, Fla., Aug. 31.-The (mother, Mrs. Martha Mills, and her But a fair maiden, in her Father'smansion.
Pine Crest hotel is open and ready at i i sister, Mrs. J. G. Tyner. The two I
all times to receive visitors. Mrs. j'i beautiful, curly haired little girls Clothed with celestial grace; I _
Mary C. Turney and Mrs. J. T. Coup- 1 tripped so happily from the station And beautiful with all the soul's expansion '
!
pett have taken charge of the hotel 'i to the house a block away; a very en- Shall we behold her face. I
and will extend a cordial welcome to joyable visit was anticipated by all
all' who c within the doors of Pine ![this family. The next day this little NOTES FROM WINDERMERE
"No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Crest hofeL. j tot, Clarice, showed signs of illness. Windermere, Fla., Aug. 31.-Mr. H.I I'
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Couppett and t On Monday she was very ill, and on C. Luff spent last week in Ocoee on 'i

family arrived here Friday from Tam- Wednesday was in a critical condition. business. )' Unless Budded from A Bear-
-passing on Thursday evening.Mr.
and have taken their residence away
pa up Mr. Wm. G. Geier went over to :
Robarts arrived Thursday morn- .
here.Mrs. ing and was with his family when Sanford last Wednesday on business. Tree of Known
White, of Lakeland, was a visitor Dr. Clarence Brundape and Mr. ing Qualityand
at Pine Crest hotel this week. the end came to the little life. A sad Bowman last
spent Wednesday morning -
Mr. W. R. Harris arrived home fact connected with this occurrenceis
at Rossmore Inn fishing.
after six months in that this is the fourth child of Quantity of Produc-
Sunday spending Wm. H. Pansing and Page's Cash I
the North. Most of this time he was these parents to die in this way, of Grocery have each had fine well I
a
at ML Gilead, Ohio, but he visited very nearly the same illness, and they sunk on their property.Mr. tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn
are now left with just one child.
other Columbus, In-
points namely A. A. Dorn, of Cleveland, Ohio,
dianapolis Detroit, Niagara Falls,and Mary Clarice Robarts was born
has purchased a lot on the peninsulaand
crossed over into Canada. On the September 17, 1911, at Pine Mount, will erect a home there this win-
trip home he made stops at Cincin- Suwanee county, Florida. She was

nati and Chattanooga. While he en- the fifth child of her parents, Mr. ter.Dr.. A. II. Stafford, president of the five years the Ock'.awaha: Nurseries through actual dem-
and liked the North and Mrs. Ralph Robarts, of Tampa,
joyed the trip board of trdae, attended the meetingof onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertising
and of White
formerly Springs. The
Mr Harris believes that the state of '
the various boards of trade of Or- have brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
Florida, in which are his home and funeral services were held at the held
in Orlando last
mother, is just about good enough for home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tyner ange Wednesday.The county. does pay. The United States Government experiments made by

Friday, 1:30 p. in., and were conducted Misses Helen and Mildred Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were re-

him.Mr.. and Mrs. J. B. Traner, of Or- by Rev. Wm. Funk, of Nocatee, Page, of Orlando, are visiting Mr.and cently published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
lando, were guests at the Sundy home who has been here for a few dayswith Mrs. DeL. he is in
Page. the planter, and now a position to demand trees propagated -
relatives. Rev. Funk
spoke
Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs.
Mrs. II. C. Luff entertained last
from a parent of true merit.
most impressively of the Master's
J. A. Everleth, of Orlando, Wednesday Mrs. Werner Nehrling,
spent Wesdnesday with Mrs. F. Frank words, "Suffer the little children to :Mrs. Jas. Magruder, Jr., Miss Roberta To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
come unto me, for of such is the
Phillips.Mr. kingdom of heaven." Beautiful Branch, of Orlando, and Mrs. a part of their work and worse, other nurseries, that have not

Ed. Morris, of Pomona, wasa were sung. The burial was made songs in Wm. Wright, of Sanford, who were been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
guest of Pine Crest hotel Sunday.Mr. all classmates at Rollins College. .
"
Greenwood cemetery, Orlando. Mr. vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed. May be so, but, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Smith
are established Friday was a popular shopping day
in the Tyner cottage on Di- Carey Hand looked after the arrange- in Orlando. There were noticed in Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,

vision street. ments. The sympathy of the entire the stores there Mrs.V.. G. Geier, the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa- ,
community out to Mr. and Mrs.
:Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hoffner and goes :Mrs. J. C. Palmer, Mrs. DeL. Page, rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
Robarts in their sad hour of bereave-
sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wig- :Mrs. Frank Smith, and Mrs. J. A.
man and parents, enjoyed an auto ment. Thompson. You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

ride to and the pleasures of Wekiwa Mr. and Mrs. Robarts wish to express It is becoming a popular pastimefor great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

Springs Sunday afternoon.Mr. to all, who gave their kind helpin the Orlando people to motor out bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single

and Mrs. Ralph Robarts returned so many ways, during the illness to Rossmore Inn in the afternoon, bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
to their home in Tampa, Sun- of their much loved little daughter, 2njoy a dip in Lake Butler, and then
and in the hard experience of layingher have a picnic supper. Among those CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

day.Board of trade meeting Thursday away, their heartfelt thanks and who registered at the Inn this week grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address

evening, September 2, at the usual deep appreciation. Coming among us were Dr. and Mrs. C. Wattenscheidt,
i meeting place. as total strangers their hearts are the Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Evans, Mr. and

School board meets Thursday even- more deeply touched by the expres- :Mrs. Gillispie, Mr. and Mrs. Cook,
ing at C. J. Sweet's 7 sion of kindness and sympathy.To Mrs. I Ocklawaha Nurseries
p. m. Hilpert, the Misses Evans, Mr. I
The Pine Castle public school opens the parents of little Clarice we C. B. Robinson, Mr. J. R. Copeland,

Monday, September 6th, 8:45a.. m. would repeat the beautiful words of Mr. Lacy, Mr. Cole, Mr. Hilpert, N. 0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
Children, do not forget this. the poet, Henry Longfellow: M. Sloan, M. A. Sloan, Mrs. D. C.
Rev. E. T. Poulson, of Orlando, will She is affection not dead, the child of our Sloan, Supt. J. McKinnon, Mrs. OR

preach Sunday afternoon, September But gone unto that school N. B. Sharpe, Misses Ethel and Gus- G. G.
5, at 3 o'clock. Where she no longer needs our poor sie Sharp, Miss Elizabeth Leseman, Wright, Agent

The silent visitor, Death, again en- protection, Mrs. Padgett, :Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
And Christ himself doth rule. 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
tered our midst and this communitywas Douglas, :Miss Violet Douglas, Mrs.G. .

greatly saddened last week when In that great cloister's stillness and W. Padgett, Mrs. W. S. Branch,
the death of Mary Clarice Robarts, seclusion, Mrs. Margaret Gowdy, Miss Beck-
youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph By guardian angels led, burger, Mr. W. S. Branch, Jr., Prof.
Safe from temptation, safe from sin's
Robarts, of Tampa, occurred Thurs- pollution, W. S. Coleman, Miss Dorothea Mann,
day, August 26, 1915, 8:50 p. m., at She lives, whom we call dead. Miss\ Margaret Hart, :Mrs. C. E. Hart,
the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. G. Ty Mr. and Mrs.\ J. E. Carter, Mr. and
ner. Mrs. Robarts with her two lit- Not as her a child shall we again behold 'Mrs. J. F. Henry, and Mr. and Mrs. .

tle daughters, Martha Irene and Mary For when with raptures wild I Ohse. .l-

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THE DAILY I WHY NOT: HIGH SCHOOL BOY ENTERS THE .

Why do not the railroads connect- NAVY
South Florida Sentinel SIDELIGHTS
ing Florida with the North put on a

MORNING AND WEEKLY special low summer rate, round trip, 3y W. S. Branch. Friends of Willis N. Rogers, who
w. M. GLENN ......................EdiUrW. for homeseekers and investors Theydo graduated from O. H. S. with the
C. ESSINGTON .....Butinc Mntr .
this for the winter tourists and it class of 1915, will be interested to
Entered at the postoffie at Orlando. Florida of SidelightsThe kr.o.that he has the
pays them to do it. A percentage I passed naval
a* Second Clasa Mail Matter. "shut tight" Sunday brought
these tourists become interested in' :' entrance examinations and is now at
comfort to those who reside
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Florida here and thereafter one on the naval training at Ports-
Dail 1 Year ........................ 15.00 buy property North Orange avenue. They were camp
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 become regular patrons of the I mouth, Virginia. He plans to take J.
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 railroads. But their number is not not awakened at 4:30 in the morningby the Annapolis examinations
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 the rumble of the ice wagons on one year
large. The majority back to their hence, and if successful will
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... tl.OO go the brick pavement. But on the other pursue
homes with the firm conviction that if the career of an officer in the United
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN hand there were several of them who I
ADVANCE the winters are so warm the summer States navy.
ran out of ice and had to do withoutthe
I

TO ADVERTISERS: bearable.temperatures In must their necessarily advertising be litera-un- lemonade and grape juice that An ad. in the Morning Sertirel: is a ,

ndTcrtiiinc Copy for moat display be handed and all in at other the hand-let business ture do the railroads ever stress the ner.they usually enjoy at the Sunday din. safe investment. i iI AT TUE[ SIGN Of THE[

.ffie of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. fact that Florida is at its best in the
This rule applies
the day before publication. -0-
for contract advertising it U summer? That the summer temperature I
to chances : :
:
will be adhered to. Some one has suggested Bob Lam. CKEN'SI--I II
and atrictly
Invariable : never reaches the high record of
bright for congress to fill Joe Sears'
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued the North? That this is the most favorable -
should notify the office in writing on season for the' homeseekerand shoes. Wonder if they expect him to TEMPTING[ BARGAIN
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be Lambright into office without givingthe I
continued at the regular subscription rates. prospector to see for themselvesthe
until notice to stop is received courteous Joe a chance to show
Telephone Nomb-r ...................... 14 possibilities offered by the state? his constituents what he is made of.
That proof thus obtained could be relied -
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913.;; upon, because they are indisputable Seriously speaking, we believe that I Today we otTer the last of the MerchandisePippins
Joe Sears is going to make a good When it comes to delicious light ,
? Is it not probable that the per I this Harvest of Bargains has dis-
Good luck is seldom displayed on centage of those visiting Florida in congressman.-Stuart Times. tinguished itself for.
Son, should be so familiar with
you
bargain counters. summer who would become investorsand !? WAFFLES
the distinguished gentleman as to call Today the last apples on our tree of temptation will be
o permanent contributors to the
Most women keep a lot of readymade business of the railroads, would be them "Bob" and "Joe." You speak of AND shaken down and sold. Those that ripened last are the

sympathy on hand.o much greater than that of the winter them as though they were of no more best. It is these last ones that make up the offering
importance than Ted Roosevelt
visitors? Would not the probabilityof or SYRUP scheduled for today. They are better and bigger
.
Bill Taft.F.
Even a musical alarm clock is seldom such results justify the transpor-
than any heretofore offered. And as all must be sold to
appreciated in the early morn. tation lines in inaugurating a summer
THIS IS ONE OF OUR clear merchandise orchard for future
A. Wood of St. Petersburg our planting we
o schedule, in preparing and dissemi- ,
It's what people don't know about nating Florida summer literature, set- sends us a petition to circulate as offer them at even more tempting prices than heretofore.

religion that causes all the argu- ting forth exact statistics of agricul- follows: SPECIALS We hardly think it necessary to urge you to come early

ments. ture, horticulture, pomological and industrial "We, the undersigned citizens and and stay late when such goods and values as those here
0-- interests, which would be eas- taxpayers of the State of Florida do 15 centsCatering
listed are presented as an inducement to buy.
Among other war orders is your ily obtainable, and which are now so hereby respectfully petition and ear- I

wife's declaration to stop smokingin little understood throughout the nestly request the lion. Park Tram-

the parlor. North? mell, governor, to call an extra ses-

o Such an effort on the part of the sion of the legislature to convene not To Those I Remember That This Is

The sweetest success is the successwe transportation lines could in no way later than the last week of April,

achieve by acting against the ad- prejudice the tourist traffic of the 1916, for the purpose of enacting such The End !

vice of friends. winters. It would necessarily have laws as are necessary to place all Who CareFIELD'S

-o the opposite effect. The increasing county officials upon a salary basis."

Many a good man has lost his good volume of both winter and summer I It would only cost the people of

name ty having it engraved on the traffic in Florida productions should the state about $20,000 to call a spe-

handle: of his umbrella. appeal to the transportation depart- cial session of the legislature, and Tempting Values in Tempting Bargains in

o ments of all north and south lines. then it is a well known fact that GLOVES, HOSIERY AND SUMMER UNDERMUSLINSIt

Thiiirs to worry about: Secretaryof Northern people come to Florida in nothing worth the time, money, or NECKWEARThat

State Lansing and Mrs. Lansing the winter season to escape the discomforts labor would be accomplished. Backto Challenges Belief is plain that we could no.t ,

approve of wine served at official din- of their home climate. Res- the woods, Wood, with your peti-. You will really find it difficult to continue to offer such fine under"-

ners, etc., etc.Electrically. idents of Florida-some of themselect tion. believe that such fine qualities and things at these remarkably small
o- the summer time to visit their o CHOCOLATE styles can be sold at the little prices for any length of time. We

the friends the LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL VANILLA prices now asked. But remember present them now just to tempt
speaking, average in North because it is the that have hung out "The
please we
man each day dissipates about 2 1-2 only season of the year when they Sign of the Tempting Bargain"and you to buy a generous supply immediately -

kilowatt hours of energy in motion, can make the trip in safety. They do Editor Sentinel:-It seems to me PEACH that we have the merchandiseto and thereby save a pretty -

muscular action, mental exertion and I not go at that season to. escape warm that the store clerks get mighty few CARAMELICE: make good. Here are three penny.
of claim of remark-
vindicators our
heat radiation.Is weather. Those who have tried it a holidays during the year to what oth- able values. Slips, Night Gowns, Drawers

-o time or two know better. It would be er states and their merchants give CREAMS.
Governor Trammell worrying hazardous for them to go at any other I their help. Labor Day will soon beI'I Black and White Silk Gloves Regular value 50 cent, for. ..l2c
Regular value1; cents, for .SSc
himself sick over local conditions in time of the year. If the traffic men with us; a fine opportunity for the 50 cent value for ________42c
Regular value $1.00, for . .8Sc
Orlando? Not exactly. He needs a will look this question squarely in the local merchants to show their appre- 98 cent value for _______77c
this section if he ciation of their employees' zeal. Regular value $1.2; for. .. .98c
from face
few votes ex- they can not blind their eyes to CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, 16c. "Wunderhose" Hosiery
pects to beat Bryan or Wall for the the situation and will be forced to ad"mit "CAIUS." $1.00 boxes 3 and 4 to a box Regular value $1'0: for .$1.28
,
Regular value $1.1; for. .$1.18
senate. the logic of these claims.
o o There is a gang of bicycle thievesat For 69c Regular value $2.00 for .$L68:
Regular value $2'0.: for .$1.98
work in Orlando and whenever
The growth of Winter Park is NOTHING VERY SERIOUS Neckwear
CLUB SANDWICH 23c.; Fancy Regular value $3.00, for .$2"8
they do not make off with the wheel
and it is safe that
amazing a wager Special lot worth up to $1.50 Regular value $3"> 0, for .$2.98
Many: winter residents during the About 2 o'clock last night Mr. and they generally swipe a saddle or light. Regular value $;).00, for .$3.98

annual hibernation will not recognizethat Mrs. Hy Geer were awakened by a The Sentinel would like to see one For 19c Regular value $6.50, for .$1.94

city. New sidewalks, new pave- mysterious noise. or two of them caught and given a
Drastic Reductions Silk
Odd shades in Silkateen, 3 on
ments, new business: houses, new hotel "Listen!" said Hy, and they sat up road sentence which would go far to
We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed spools for Underwear. Ask for special
sdditionst and new residences areS in the dark."Somebody's. putting a stop to it, at least for a

signs -proJperitj and energy on the breaking into the gar- while. and Delivered for All 5c Prices.

part of that city's many residents. age," Mrs. Geer whispered."I'll o .
Occasions
o go and see," answered Hy. Some people grumble because they -' You will yield quicklyTo
The New York health commissionertells In dressing gown and slippers he can find nothing to grumble about. I Tempting Patterns and Prices in the siren call of these ,
LACES and EMBROIDERIESThat Values inDAINTY
the people of the city that the stole out of the house and across the I
Lure you to buy
New Jersey mosquitoes have not come lawn. Patterns have never been dain- WASH GOODSBy

over there to make trouble. There The garage doors wire locked. tier; nor have prices ever been comparing the tempting bar- '
has been no doubt in our minds dur- There was no sign of anything wrong. SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS quite so alluring as now. You gain prices now in effect with those
will surely want some of these in ordinarily asked for the same sort
ing the last few days that they are He returned to the house and report-
the
wash
of
that is goods savings are
Have prepared garden for Fall Planting? If view of the generous use
all at home. The pests you your A dollar will
staying right being made of laces and embroideries easily computed. now
are worse than they have been in ed."I wonder what it could have been" not, you want to get busy, but in the meantime, remem- on summer apparel. buy here from a third to quartermore
ber we have nothing but FRESH RELIABLE SEEDS. 1000 Yards-Odds and Ends, than at any other time or
years, and it seems a shame to spend said Mrs. Geer. "I'm sure I heard
place.
$23,000 of the tax payers' money to something." OUR IRISH POTATOESare in high-class lace, including

try to get rid of them.PlainfieldPress. "So did I," said Hy; "but the car'sall here waiting for you. Prices right. Shadows, Torchons, Cluny, Fancy Voiles and Batistes

right. Have you tried our PULVERIZED SHEEP MA- Edges and Insertions- worth 121/2c and 15c.

o They were almost asleep, when sud- NURE? Nothing better manufactured for plants, flow- worth up to 75 cents 8 yds 69c

An Orlando citizen enjoyed a vaca- denly Mrs. Geer roused with a start. ers, ferns and gardens. Sold in quantities to suit pur- For lOc yd

tion of three weeks recently. Whenhe "Perhaps it isn't the car at all," chaser. 25c. packages and up. Voiles, Organdies, Flaxons,

returned from this brief sojournhe said she. "Perhaps it's baby." 'I l 2,500 Yards Swiss Embroideries etc, in plain and fancy, also -

marvelled at the building operations "By George, I never thought of Orlando Seed & Produce Co. beautiful designs-all big range of colored effects -

which had been commenced dur- him!" replied Mr. Geer. widths, worth up to 50c. a I values up to 75c.
Successors to Wright Realty Seed Co.
ing his absence. New residences in They found that their six months yard
For 17 l-2c
course of construction, several new old son had fallen out of his crib.- PHONE 166. QUICK DELIVERY
For lOc yd
business houses, new improvements, Newark News.

streets graded and ready for paving-

all in three weeks. Think how a per- 4 THE PATH THROUGH OUR SHOES OF

son must feel in returning to Orlando WAIST DEPARTMENTIs

after vacation absence from the
a or QUALITYYou
beset with temptations.For .
city of one, two or three years. He the wary shopper.The .
Can You Afford
must feel as Rip Van Winkle aftera styles are so pretty, and literally step into temptationwhen
step into these
twenty years sleep. the prices are so extraodinarily you
special that if you come to buy They are the finest styles of the
o council To Miss the Opportunity To Buy At These Prices? one they will hurriedly coax you season, made from the finest leather -
Sooner later the city
or 0 to buy two. Not one of the better in the best way good 51 oemakers -
will be confronted with the proposition new styles was overlooked whenwe know. Besides the styles these
of passing a "dimmer" ordinance, made this purchase of waists. very low prices become an induce-
nent to buy.Combination.
similar to like ordinances now in force THESE ARE ABSOLUTELYNEW
in other cities throughout the coun- Sugar ____________. ._______________7c V. C. Cream, baby _____________3 1-3c. Pumps, black

try. Brilliant lights on automobilesare Navy Beans _______________________7c Fancy Head Rice _________________6 4c and white, sand and white,

not essential now that Orange Lima Beans ________. .__________7/!c Best Flour ______. _______55c. and $1.05 Fancy Lawns and Flaxons Regular $-1.50 for $3.50

county highways have been improved, Cal. B. E. _________________________8c F. W. Lard, 10's _______.__________95c Regular $1.50 and $298c White Colonial Pumps, Can-

and neither are they necessary forI I Fine Grits ____-._______________. __2c F. W. Lard, 4's ____________________38c Regular $3 and $3.50$1.98 vas and Buck,

Orlando. Bright and glaring headlights D. S. Meal (best) ________________131/ c F. W. Lard, 2's_________. .__________19c Pussy Willow Taffetas in the Regular $-1.00 for

cause accidents and a dimmer Regular 30c. Coffee ___________. .__25c Pork .and Beans ________________8 1-3c newest stripe effects, worth $2.50White

ordinance should be passed. With Maxwell House ____________________31c Potted Meats ____________________41/tC $7.50 Canvas Pumps-

the increase of motor vehicles and V. C. Cream, tall _______________. .71/ C Onions ______. .____________________3c For $4.50 Regular $-1.00 for $3.25
Regular $3.50 for
the rapid development of the high- $2.75

ways the traffic at night has corre- Let us explain to you how you can buy at these prices. These prices obtain whetheryou -
spondingly increased.
buy: one or several of anything. We claim to be able to save you from 10 per cent to '
o .
The Plant City-Tampa brick road, 15 per cent on your purchases. Is it worth while? '

connecting these two cities with a Dickson Ives Co.

continuous brick road, a distance of

twenty-two miles, will be finished the

latter part of this week and openedto
The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.
traffic not later than Sunday morn-

ing, according to information fur-t

.. nished yesterday by Lon Webb, of: S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.t jmmnr STORE.

, Tampa, who is in charge of the grad-
ing of the road, and who is on the I ...

work every day.-Plant City Courier. I .A .


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SOCIAL CALENDAR ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. I I .

Thursday, 2. ,
September
Beginners' shoot at the Country Cub."ill and Mrs. Geo. C. Keller, who r rt

be held under the auspices of have been visiting relatives and

the Orlando Gun Club. friends in Lexington and Danville,

Friday, September. Ky., returned home yesterday after- ,
W. C. T. U. meets in the parlors of
the Baptist church. noon. WORLD FILM CORPORATION
Dance at the Roof Garden for the

younger set.BACHELOR Mr. F. L. Householder, who has Presents

GIRLS-0- been connected with the abstract of- ROBERT WARWICK Sl'IWi -

fice in this city for some time, left
Economy ENTERTAINED BY yesterday for Gainesville where he one of the world's foremost
MISS HArPERSETT. o LINKS
will resume his studies in the State I 0
A truly enjo \;<. affair was the Actorsin
University.Mr. Every girl should have one of these Bracelets, each
meeting: of th' liav'-Jor: : Girls held
yesterday at the home of link from a different friend.
morning !
M. P. Davis, traveling commer-
Miss Guitla Happ rsett. There were 25c. including engraving.
cial representative of the Louisville
in upkeep and thretable.-; of bride, Vie! high score
& Nashville railroad, spent yesterday -
bein, made by :Mrs. Cordon Wright.
in Orlando calling on business as- U
ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
The decorations were most eli ct-
gasoline consumption sociates and greeting friends. Mrs. ,
ive an artistic color scheme of pink
Davis, who is in Birmingham with '
being used for this occasion. Darin t 6.
; .d]
Natives, will return to this city .0Jl.
:
are the morning the hostess seized dainty -.L
a:>:ut the middle of the month and
i and i ice I
saa< courses.
.._. Davis will make his headquar-
items be The club members present -;.---3th 2 .
to con- t.!.s here during the fall and winter If quality for a low price is an objectour
Misses LliZabeth nranh m. -v.?A DeLaney wall will win
_t. _Jts. papers your favor.
sidered in buy- and Jean Person *ud tc' I "i'- For the next 30 days we will offer for

guests were Mesdames Locos D.-iiv- ; sale 5000 rolls ofVall Paper
Guc its registering at the San Juan e from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
4%
Gordon Wright, Thomas Brodw" t-,
L Lt: :esterday included. Sallinger, time to buy, and do your papering
ing a car. Irvin Dunn Leon B. Fort, David; when
-tubers .... you get ready.
; i*. flcnt ler, E. A. Brush, New L
Ralph Yearby, and Hal Beardall, We also carry a full line of High-
., ....
::of ; -J. Davis, Leo Tyler, T. O.
The upkeep i in and :Miss Alta Wright. i> Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .
....ue. tC.. Tyman, Jacksonville; I ,
Next Wednesday the club will 1( invite you to call and inspectour
.1 i Lee ?!. Oo,,J:, Savannah; F. B. Titus, stock.Orlando.
the DODGE i is entertained by Miss Jean Person. "THE MAN OF THE HOUR" I
altii 'L. j. .V. Moore, Florence,

--o-- ....1..:..; J. II. Knowles, O. A. Tally, T. one of the greatest Successes .
MRS. BLACK ENTERTAINS I
lessened :H. Ilait, A. ii. McIntyre, Tampa; J. b 1 Paint & Wall Paper C.
a "
great YOUNG PEOPLE AT ;0['. the American stage has ever r i i
W. Cr..v.\:, St. Louis; W. G. Winston,
Last night at the residence of Mrs. 205 S. Orange Avenue
Columbus, Ga.; Lawrence W. Cohn, known.A \
deal by the veryreasonableprice W. L. Bazemore, Mrs. Alma Black en-
Cincinnati. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261iMMIIMMIMMMMMIMIIMMMMIMMMiiliiiMM
tertained a jolly crowd of young; people William A. Brady Feature

nth a "500" card party in honor ..
AUGUST BUILDING PERMITS
of her niece, Miss Marie Barksdale, of complete in five acts -

Orlando, who left this morning for
for II. S. Atha, residence, $3,100.
parts as youwill Jacksonville. After the
games re- Dave Lockhart, $150.R. .
freshments of ice cream and cake II. Barksdale,garage addition, $300.: 10 cents 20 cents I I| The New Ice Company |
note by a were served.Tropical Sun West
t Mrs. T. P. Warlow, addition to pres- ___ __ 1


study of the following -Palm LOCATEDIN Beach. --o- ent$1,700.Mrs.house B., $1,400.W. Mallett, residence, Tomorrow: Marguerite Clark I 11 PHONE 675


ORLANDO.The in "Seven Sisters."
prices: Jos. L. Guernsey, building, $500. Delivery DailyWait
friends of Guy Farris, formerly -
Joseph Wright, structure, $250.S. .
of the First National Bank of St.
G. Dolive, garage, 1000.
Augustine will be glad to know that
Trustees of Orlando Public Schools, for We think
he is occupying a responsible posi- our wagon.
Piston $1.60 addition, $500.J. .
-
tion with the People's National Bank
will like ice.
S. Ewans, structure, $125.J. ; you our

Piston Rings .25 of cial Orlando institutions, one of of the middle strong Florida.finan- Campbell residence, $1,000. .
Lou ROOf GARDEN[
Dr. E. W. garage, $20.
Mr. Farris will probably move his
C. E. Graham, residence, $2,585.
family to that city later in the
ConnectingRod son.-St Augustine Record. sea- Capt. Wflmot, awning, $15.J. I The New Ice Company i :

B. Walker, roof, $45. ,

Bearing .75 SEPTEMBER. Oscar Hand, bungalow, $1,500.

H. Newell, structure, $200. TODAY IIMMIilltlllilMMMMIMtMlliMMMimilillllii

Fan Belt .25 ,WEDDING.: Total 17 permits; cost, $17,300.: ,
Miss Margaret Hart, deputy for

Wm. Martin, county judge, yesterday
FATHER LOST HIS LIFE IN TilEGAL'ESTO IIMItillllititMMiMMniUMMtllMHlltllilMMM
Drive Pinion 2.50 performed the first September wed- STORM "WHO PAYS" .

ding by uniting in marriage Miss Lillian t/

Miles, of Orlando, and Mr. William Unto herself alone. Complete in ;
Mrs. J. Van Dusen, of 906 East
Jefferson Bledsoe, of Tampa.
This makes the second marriage in Washington street, received a message three parts. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEALCURTIS
And the
.yesterday from her brother,
which Miss Hart has officiated since
Charles Franklin, stating that their
Judge Martin's departure for North
father, II. C. Franklin, lost his life
Car Itself Carolina. "THE BOY SCOUTS FARM"Pathe
during the tropical storm at Galves- I
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ton. No details concerning Mr. Frank Colors.
BABY GIRL ARRIVESAT
lin's death were given in the
McNIEL HOME.: mes An interesting view of a won-
: sage as the son was in San Antonio
seems like a The many friends of Mr. and Mrs the
at time of the storm. It is
understood
derful
organization.
P. C. McNiel will be interested in the !
& O'NEAL
that the body buried
was at
news of the arrival of a baby girl at
thing of life the same time the other flood victims
their home on Elliott street early yesterday -
were interred. As soon as an investigation The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
morning. The little girl was
abounding in promptly named Charlotte Elizabeth has been made by the younger I Insurance Loans Real Estate $
man further particulars will be The One-Price Theater
The baby and mother ''are doing
forwarded to the family in Orlando.
vitality' trigger- nicely. Rentals

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GOOD RACES AT THE RINK Bottle of Toilet Water givens
SOCIETY NOTES
swift in the glid TONIGHT i
OF INTEREST.The .
There will be some excellent away at nine o'clock tonight.
Sentinel is in receipt of some at the Orlando Skating Rink this

ing get-away, beautiful souvenir post cards from evening. These events were postponed -

its particular good friend, Mr. Jesse from Tuesday night, but will
be the attraction at this popular 10 cents 5 cents
and splendidlyfree Allen, who, with Mrs. Allen and their amusement place this evening. Admission -

charming daughter, Mrs. A. B. ten cents. Don't fail to"see -- .- ..'"
ESTABLISHED 1886
Clarke, is the West them. 19-2-ltc
touring
from the visiting "Coveted Heritage," in three
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historic places, precipitous mountains,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
frowning chasms and enchanting val- parts, Friday.

slightest jerk, or leys. They were interesting and their SALE-25 Buff Orpington hens;

Orlando friends were glad to hear 1 bird pup, can be hunted this sea I *i IIIilillillillillMIIMIItMIMIIIIIIIIIIIiMMIiIt

jump or jolt. from them. son. Phone 4 1021.- 9-2-lt

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FOR SALE-A real bargain
: one
Mrs. J. T. Fuller and daughters, Goodyear clincher tire, 30x3 1-2 in

Misses Lois and Dorothy, left yester- excellent condition. Will sell to first

day afternoon over the Atlantic Coast buyer. Inquire at Sentinel office.
00 Line for North Carolina where they Call at once.Sentinel Melts in Your Mouth

$850. will enjoy an outing in the mountain
Want Acts Pay.
regions and then go to Washington, .

D. C., where they will spend some

time before returning home. DAILY BULLETINPEACH '
In Orlando -0- FavoriteTODAY'S '

Miss Alice Saunders, one of the

popular sales ladies in the dry goods PROGRAM

department at the Yowell-Duckworth Reliance. "At the Hour of Eleven." VANILLA

store, will leave today for Jacksonville Beauty. "Life's Staircase." CHOCOLATE

where she will spend her well Alvin Comedy. "Caught in the
earned vacation with relatives and Act." PINEAPPLE

I. W. friends. comedydrama.This Beauty. "A. Rude Awakening." A \ PISTACHIO-

is a good program. CHERRY

Mrs. J. M. Cheney left yesterday Five cents to all. CARAMEL

9 afternoon over the Atlantic Coast

Line for Highlands, N. C., where she I -

Phillips will spend the next four weeks enjoy- The Cathedra! SchooOrlando's s.16th We deliver from one quart a pHand's

ing the mountain scenery and the sa- .

lubrious air. I

-- Select Boarding and Day
& Mrs. E. E. Gard and daughters, School for Girls

Miss Jessie and :Mrs. G. Max Smith, Year opens October 6th, 1915

will leave today for Daytona Beach Primary, Intermediate and Academic Pure Ice Cream

where they will spend some time enjoying Grades

the delights at that resort. Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical

Sons -o- Culture and Domestic Science. I Phone 566 and 666I"

Miss Mary Robinson will leave to- For Catalogues.address the Rector,

day for Jacksonville to visit Mr. and Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, AM-.

i Mrs. W. R. Harney. Orlando, Fla. -


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GREAT SNEEZE FEST STARTS SERAJEVO PLOTTER IN RUSSI.Vienna.lajor .\ ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON
UNSOLICITED LETTER SANFORD FIRE

Bethlehem, N. II.-The famous an- Tankositch, the instigator '"
Want to compliment you for 'nual convention of the United States of the double murder that i Sanford, Fla. Another accident at FOR SALEWill

the excellent work you have done Hay Fever Association started here caused the present terrible war, is I the Sunday fire was that of Rev.
for me. today to an orchestral accompanimentof now serving in the Russian army as Steinmeyer, pastor of the Methodist
Have been coming to Floridafor "a-choos" several hundred tones an officer of the general staff. The church, who was knocked down by the
30 years and have had work of voice. major was the leader of the Serbian rush of one of the hose companieswhile
done from Jacksonville to Key The Rev. Guy Roberts, the president secret society, "Narodna Obrana," changing positions. It was offer for sale for a few day

West, St. Augustine to Pensacola led the deliberations. He is nota and planned the assassination of the thought at first that Rev. Steinmeyerhad
and I can truthfully say I "sneezer" and was elected for this Austrian heir to the throne, Arch- broken his leg but after an ex- the property corner Orange Avenue

have never had such excellent reason, as the members thought the duke Francis Ferdinand, and his wife amination by the physician his inju-
work done for me, as you have preceding president took too much at Sarajevo.At ries were summed up by a sprained Jackson and Boone Streets, known as

done. The proprietors of the time out for his own personal spasmsin the trial of the assassins Prin- knee and a broken finger. I
laundries of Jacksonville and the midst of meetings. cip and Gabrinowitch and their con- II All the buildings burned were the the skating rink property, for $26,000.

Tampa, not to speak of smaller, This is the forty-second annual federates it was proven that they had property of W. H. Hynes, and were down
I $2,000 and balance $1,000
places, can come to your place gathering of the hay fever pestered. been hired, armed and instructed by I partly insured. It is said that Mr. a year

and learn how to do work. The Many of he older members spoke Tankositch. After the hostilities be- Hynes will immediately rebuild with and interest six
at cent.
people of Orlando can justly feel with regret today of the death since I gan it was said that Tankositch had brick buildings, as the location is cen- per

proud of their. Steam Laundry. the last meeting of Richard Muckle, been removed from the Serbian army,' tral and the buildings command a

(Name on application.) a resident of Philadelphia, Pa., at and later his death was reported.The good rental. The building burned
the age of ninety years. He sneezed Bulgarian official paper "Na-i I was one of the oldest in the city and I

seventy-six consecutive years, being rodni Prawa," now furnishes proof was an ancient landmark.The .
Orlando president of this association from that the major is alive. When he left I Royal Cafe fixtures are a to- C.A.HOVEYTh.e
1878 to 1883. Serbia he entered the Russian army tal loss with no insurance. The Long

Steam This evening Dr. R. Kendrick I and was attached to the general, i grocery stock is also a large loss with I
LaundryFRENCH Smith, of Boston, will address the staff. I partial insurance, as the stock is
I
DRY CLEANERS delegates on the newly discovered os-I ruined by fire, smoke and water. The I

LAUNDERERS :teopathic method of treating hay fe- BIG CIHNESE-AMERICAN STEAMSHIP total loss of the buildings and stocks
.ver, by manipulating the nose and COMPANY IS NOW II will probably total about $10,000. I
PHONE 88
throat with the fingers. BEING ORGANIZED I arket
CARRIER PIGEON RECORDLos
i I I
San Francisco Cak Contracts for OF CLEANLINESS
SHIRKER GOES TO WAR OF QUALITY
financing $5,000,000 ChineseAmerican Angeles, Cal. Announcement
FOR SALE! a OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
I Paris. Shirkers in France trans-Pacific steamship company was made today that "Ben Bolt," a
are I
SCREENS WHAT AM have been American and carrier had established I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
i called "embusques." This is how it signed by pigeon, a new ,
SCREENS :was attempted to shame one of this Chinese capitalists, who are now negotiating long distance flight of approximately Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. I breed. for ships, said an announce- 2,200 miles from Norwalk, Ohio, to I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

John W. Pounds, Agent The other day five hundred Paris- ment here by Dr. V. K. WellingtonKoo this city. It made the trip in five and pure.

Box 703Dr.GlParrisyM ians received this letter, inviting China's first minister to Mexico, 1 days nine hours and thirty-one min- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
them, after the French fashion, to at- who arrived today on the steamer i I[r utes, arriving yesterday. everything in the Meat Line.
tend a funeral. Persia. Dr. Koo declined to name the 1 The previous best flight, accordingto

"You are begged to assist at the American bankers behind the new ; records, was made in 1912 by a H. :JWT. Self & Co.

procession, service, and interment of company, but said most of the great i bird which covered one thousand
Maged 23 years, corporal in banks of China sponsored the plan. I i miles in two days, nine hours and PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
.
regiment of infantry, died in his Dr. Koo said he would not go to I I i I forty-three miutes and twelve sec
of the firm of Drs. Parrish & parents' house from the result of Mexico until conditions were more onds.

Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located wounds gloriously' received on the settled. Complaints from Chinese in
indefinitely at Lumsden's field of honor. Meet at the mortuary Mexico, he said, brought about his ap- SIGNS OF THE TIMES September Victor RecordsYOU

house, at ten o'clock." pointment.
Stable, on West Church Street. OUGHT TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING
Those :
This was the exact hour when the attractive looking displays of
The Doctor is a graduate vet young corporal shirker was in the TAMPA SOLICITOR DECLARES standard goods you see from time to "Booster Fox Trot" and

erinarian. A trial will convinceyou habit of coming out, cigarette in CLUBS INCLUDED IN LAW time in dealers' windows are "signs "Glad Rags One-Step," By the Victor Military Band.
I I
of his superiority over the mouth, from his father's home, to go I of the times." Give them a second) "La Paloma," (Saxaphone Sextette) by Six Brown Brothers.
uneducated horse doctor. Examinations to some supposed military labors. Tampa, Fla.-That the Davis pack-i I look and you will see that they are "Mrs. Rastus At The Telephone," By Ralph Bingham.

made free of chargeat The unfortunate young man stum- age law applies to clubs selling liquor -I I familiar friends you have seen advertised "Old Black Joe," By Alma Gluck, with Male Chorus.
bled right on this crowd of people as well as to saloons is the opin- I in the Sentinel. Storekeepers Two new Hawaiian Songs by Toots Paka Troupe.
the stable. come innocently to see him buried. He ion of William H. Jackson, Hillsbor- are alert. They know you are inter- Also many other extra fine records. Come and listen.
Calls answered by day or nearly died on the spot-this time in ough county solicitor. The law goes I ested in newspaper advertised goods.
W. S. BRANCH
night. reality. It is said that he has askedto into effect September 30, and there- I They naturally want your trade: so ,
. PHONE NO. 25 be sent to the front. after-unless the law is knocked out,I they show the goods that will interest THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
-clubs such as the Elks, the German 1'you.
Exclusive Distributors of Victor Goods.
club, the Centro Asturiano, Centro
I WOMEN IN LONDON
BANKS
Espanol, Circulo Cubano, Tampa WARSHIP AS SAVIOR

Yacht and Country club, Sweetwater Paris, Aug. :31.-The United States SKATING RINK
I London.While club and the like will be if i!
it is nothing new "dry" scout cruiser Chester has arrived at .
Bargain'New in the United States to see women the law is obeyed. That the clubs I Canea, Crete, with 470 refugees expelled -
hold responsible bank positions, it is will not all submit without a test in from Beirut, Syria, by the
only the war which has let loose female court to determine the validity of the I Turks, according to a Havas dispatch LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY t

talent in the orthodox world of law and the county solicitor's inter- from Athens. The Chester will return AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

i I finance in England. pretation is; certain. I soon to Beirut for another shipload -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

The grandfathers of the present of Europeans who have been or-I I INSTRUCTORS.Open .
i I generations would have turned in GERMAN LANGUAGE CRIME IN I I dered out of Turkey. Another Amer-

house, 8 rooms and bath. : their graves if they were told that RUSSIA I,i ican warship is expected at Canea 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
such a thing as a female clerk were I with refugees from Alexandretta,
Location perfect, 4 blocks from .'employed; by the "Old Lady of Copenhagen. Danish merchant"" I Asiatic Turkey. Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

center of city, east side. Threadneedle Street," that is, the who just returned from Russia.
Bank of England. writes to the National Tidende: ORLANDO PEOPLE MENTIONEDIN :
For quick sale $3000. Cash or Three hundred women are doing "The hatred of the Russians I JACKSONVILLE ADMISSION:; 1O CENTS

terms. men's work in that august estalM against Germany knows no bounds. METROPOLISMrs.
lishment. Throughout the empire the use of I .
R. M. Sparkman, who was
i I A few days ago, a number of male the German language has been madea !.taken critically ill while with friends
clerks threatened crime with three
to strike because punishable
years in Orlando, Fla., is reported to have
CARL DANNWANTED 'the female clerks "wanted waiting imprisonment or a fine of 3,000 rou- I greatly improved and will soon be ORLANDO ROOFINGANL
:on" on account of the colossal size bles, or both. All German books in .
able to return to the city.
of the big ledgers. the public libraries have been de-
I
I Mr. and Mrs. John S. Arnold, Jr.,
Still the fair accountants remain stroyed. During my sojourn in Moscow -
Miss Ella Taylor Slemons, of Orlando SHEET METAL CO.
and the men have not cleared out. I was arrested because I spoke ,
and Mr. Edwin Arnold motored to
Managers, on the other hand, profess Danish with an old friend. The po- '
Atlantic
I Beach for the dance Satur-
themselves satisfied liceman who dragged to jail believed
highly with fem- me -
inine labor. that I had talked German andI day night. Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
USEDFORDS i! ,
had a hard job to disprove the
I| Guests registering at the San Juan and Rubber RoofingsCornices
charge.
RUSSIAN BIRTHS FEWER hotel yesterday included E. D. Korke,
'Jake Simons, New Orleans; Joe Burk-
Petrograd.-The "Retch" reports a HIS SEVEN SONS DIE IN WAR halter, Florida; W. M. Stolz, Kansas Skyllgbts..Deatlng, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

great decrease of the birth rate in Berlin.-Christian Schlegel, a small City, Mo.; C. W. Huggins, S. S. Lake,
WE BUY AND PAY YOU SPOTCASH all large Russian cities. As a resultof tradesman of Weiden, Bavaria, has T. P. Tolan, II. H. Hatzfield C. E. Works: 14 E. Church St. = ORLANDO
I the war the number of births in lost seven sons since the beginning McCrary, R. C. Carr, Tampa; D.

Petrograd dropped to 2,434 from of the war. Three of them were Woodrum, New York; Paul E. Werner -
i 13,918 in the corresponding month of killed in battle in Belgium and Miami; M. Smith, J. A. McLeonard -
[,last year. In Moscow the decrease France and four in Poland and Gali- H. S. Goldsmith, W. M. Coble
i amounts to 41 per cent., and in Kieff cia. Four were married and leave Jacksonville; C. C. Hudson, Daytona;
IF YOU :NEEDMONEY and in Odessa to 34 per cent. From large families. C. B. Tenwell, Auburn, :Me. I
I the rural districts no statistics are The Orlando Meat MarketT.

available.

Rollins College Winter ParkOldest A. YANCY, Jr., Manager
JAPAN DAY AT 'FRISCO FAIR ,

College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

AND HAVE ONE FOR SALE the San Panama-Pacific Fhancisco, Aug. .-Today all Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts Bus- Florida and Western Meats
exposition was set
iness, Teachers' Course.
COME: apart for Japan, the nation whose J
exhibits at the fair rank among the Twelve buildings, steam heat electric lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
first. Former President Taft was the music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberb Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
orator of the day. Among speakers i i new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
See Mr. Hutton on the program were lIaruki Yama- !I I und physical laboratories, equipped with very modern device; analysis) of P.O. BOX 226
I for Engineering Course. Lakes / Business 135
soils, fertilizers foods water, preparation PHONES
ORANGE AVE. and JACKSON waki, imperial Japanese commissioner I boating: swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but undenominational 1 Residence ,13 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
and Yasutaro Nuvano, acting consul I 1 ; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogueI
STREET general of Japan. I I address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla. .

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ROBINSON & BEARDALL j

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Phone 617
i The Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet !
OI-lLAN" I Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
r Ad Medium in Orlando. i Phone 161

i[ worth Building.
Terms Cash in Adrance. i i

Plaster and Lime
Cement, Agatite RATES
For One Day __ _____-_25t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW I
I For Three Days ==_=________50c
For Six Days _______________75c _u !.DAVIS, & G I L E SATTORNEYSATLAW
I For One Month ___?________$2.50 i II I I
This rate all ads I
applies on of Phone 172 ,
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains j I
II more than 25 words the rate Room 5 Watkins Block t
will be ore cent per word for I 1 tI j Phone 72
I each ,
additional word for each in-

I sertion.If Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
can't ad to
you bring your
: the office telephone No. 24. Accounts J. M. CHENEY i| Davis & McNeill Block
: opened by telephone will be
I payable the following day. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW i
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Victor
Starbuck
i iI I'' Every Home-Eery Kudine!!s- Phone 87 |
Every Man has use for a
:i Sentinel War Ad. Rooms 15 and 16YowellDuckworth ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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FOIL SALE

I No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland
I MULES FOR SALE Fla.
R. RAY WHITE
Pair nice mare mules in good condi-
I tion, suitable for farm or hl'aVhaul- I
ing; weight abort 1,000 pounds. Apply ATTORNEY-AT LAW
I'. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf KefiningCo.
: ., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc Room 44
F. A. PEPPERCORN
FOR QUICK S.LEG acre tract Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
one quarter mile! from city limits; BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
6-9-tf DR. N. BRYAN Phone 37

FOR RENT DENTIST

: : I WANTEDBOOKKEEPERWanted Phone 716

b; young Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- L. Percival Hutton
man, position as bookk apt._. Can
use typewriter and take light dicta- Bldg
tion. Best of references, both local 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
I and college. Ans. Sentinel C. L. S.
Take A Tip From Mary Sunshine I 8-29-Gt SURVEYING ARCHITECT


WANTED-To buy Florida pony, Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
i Mary's home is. oh, modern and Gas have made it All harness and bug y. Will buy sep-
so appliances so. day long Gas saves Mary ]lots of I arate. Must be cheap for cash. Address Florida.
time and many, many steps. Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater A, care Sentinel. 8-31-3t PROMPT AND ACCURATE
keeps her room warm while ske slips into her pretty negligee and scampers to her warm tub and then, I Member F. A. A.
in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waitihg to burn up at the touch of a match. WANTED-Position by WORK
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas married habits young man '
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm and;mechanic.good Address.; experienceddriver "Posi- HAL A. IRISHCivil
water for bathing, but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. tion," care Sentinel. 8-31-3t*
Why not take a tip from Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. Engineer
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc Fla.
47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando,

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO :!| I buy BUYERS, sell rent AND, and SELLF.RS exchange real) Phone 72
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estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over i
GAS DEPARTMENT $20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.To Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL

I OPTOMETRIST:
... reduce our stock as much as pos- and Counsellor at Law. ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof I
25 per cent. off our regular cash FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
---- ------ ,price on any goods in storp. Ham- Davis & McNeil Bldg I AND DO ALL KINDS OF

I The hired girl has went-she was ORLANDO, FLA.'i iI OPTICAL REPAIRING

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((11.SI U IIIAPO PKAlll iT R No Nol RIS i'R [ I I I I-but using You'll smile to our pay-too hear-want you me small a-ad.to can man a column.advertise class get say another of,"No as people.it, appeals by itdoesn't -I ARCADEMILK I Cut Flowers and Plants {



i And yet when the same man loses
OCOEE FLORIDA This bunch of keys he rushes to the Floral Designs
newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although -
he knows that in the whole
wide world there is only one person
-- ---r- who can possibly be influenced by his .Violet Dell Florist.
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- "Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it? DEPOTBUTTER .

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB I J. M. CARUT ERS

Located in the Arcade Building MILK Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
prices :: :: :: ::
All work guaranteed and neatly Fresh Every Day.
done. Our work is the best
5c glass
and our prices are the lowest. per
This is the place to have your 25c. per gallon
The rainy season is the best time to set old clothes made new. I
CREAM AND MILK
trees n high land. Trees set now will keep BUTTER CUNT BASSPHONE

one year's growth in advance of trees set I dry scrubbed cleaned and, pressed60c.Suit pressed75c.'Suit .. Fresh Homemade 375

next fall. pressed _____________40c. West Jefferson Street
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand SANDWICHESPIES Successor to

pressed ____________50c AND CAKES
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood CompanyWood
i j Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest ; : -
We do ladies' work also. Giveus of All Kinds
prices, to the above address a trial and be convinced. ARCADEMILK DEPOT PROMPT SERVICE
Clothes called for and delivered.
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL i

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Mr. W. L. Clarke was a business .'
visitor to Sanford yesterday.

:Ir. J. McCalla has returned to
Orlando after a pleasant visit to Tam- ,
pa and St. Petersburg.
Travel 1 in Panama FOR EVERY
"Where there's life there's Hup." )
and everywhere on American territo-y, is simplffi by "A.B.A." IS-22-6tc
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would
often be refused,for want of proper identification. These chequesare Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Gill, of St. $10 A WEEKYou .
tlf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for Cloud were among the out of town
business or pleasure. visitors to Orlando yesterday.Mr. .

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER"
A. L. King, a leading trucker SPEND
of the Sanford section, was among
the business transactors visiting the

city yesterday.

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
8-21-tf

_f = \ Mr. C. O. Hawkins left yesterday YOU SAVE
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
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Line for Shelbyville Ind., where he
will visit relatives and friends.
\< j1I $10 A YEAR
1 Messrs. Louis Whitten and Thos.

;; ri Mizell, of Kissimmee, were in Orlando -

; matters.yesterday looking after business


How much did you save last monthin '

cash or Savings Checks? 812tfMr. IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS

; :y L. J. Dollins left yesterday afternoon .
; for Lakeland where he is .
looking after business matters. He'
will return home tomorrow.


Rev. Mary Safford returned to Orlando .
yesterday afternoon after an
absence of several weeks spent in S1.I
Louis and other cities. The Peoples! National Bank


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
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18-18-tf

Miss Annie Carter, who has been ,
visiting relatives and friends in Jack- '
Spring WaterIS sonville for the past ten days has '
returned to her home in this city. r
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SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, Mr. A. E. Boyce: Miss Francis Den- !

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD nis and Mrs. Hayes of Taft spent MllflMMMMMtlllltlMlMMOMOIMttttCtlMH
yesterday in Orlando visiting friends

Phone WRIGHT, 444 and shopping.Get .

your next shave at the Stand-
TRY Better TRY ard. 18-21-tf

IT BEST ITSAL.t L .
I for Mr.Jacksonville J. W. Roney and will Atlanta leave where today New Studeba. er CarsHere

he will spend the next ten days en-
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joying the sights. .
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This Week
Mr. T. M. Bryan and two children,
of East Orange street have returned
from a week's visit with relatives at

Orando.-Lakeland News. Wait and see what values you can get

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How much did you save last month
in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-ti for $1050 and $885

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Mr. J. M. Cook and Mr. Lowe went
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up to Sanford yesterday morning, returning *
in the afternoon with two

Notice To Ford Purchasers! new Buick cars of the 1916! models.

The office of A. B. Cook & Co., and
Between 1914
Aug. 1, of the Real Estate Bank (organizing)
has been moved to the Christ build- | San Juan Garage Company jj
and
Aug. 1, 1915All ing on Central avenue. 19-2-ltc ,

Mrs T. C. Whitman and daughter, Orlando -Daytona
Ford purchasers who hold Profit-
Miss Alice, left yesterday morningfor
Sharing Coupons will please endorse same
Daytona Beach where they will DISTRIBUTORS
and return immediately to The Ford spend the next three weeks enjoyingan

:Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send outing by the seashore.

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur-

chased during above dates. let Deposit them earn your 4 per Savings cent. Checks interest and for ."i 11111III > MI \ " MMMIIMIIIiBIIMIIiliMilliWho

For further information, phoneF.G.RUSH you. 8-12-tl
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe returned -

32 East Church Street Phone 226 North Carolina to Orlando where yesterday they have spenta from Will Be Your Executor? ,I

most delightful summer and are
again at their home 509 East Cen- t
tral avenue. ANSWER NO. 2

I Your estate may be materially impaired as a
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
of executoror
.. ., 18-18-tf direct result of the appointment an
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trustee.

....11f..I..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIt Mrs. H. J. Greenwood left yester- When an individual is appointedThe :-

day morning for Sanford where she financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress will visit her sister Mrs. C. E. Walker -
% correctly. for a few days. She will be joined is usually provided in wills tha;'the person
t Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer Tuesday by her daughter Miss A. MTetherly nominated to serve as executor shah be excused
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into
society." and they will go to Daytona from giving bonds.

Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will Beach for an outing. When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex- rr r
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. pense of the estate, and then only partial secu-
, Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeak Deposit your Saving Checks and
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the artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a cortene of let them earn 4 per cent. interest for rity against loss provided.
gentility. /ou. 8-12-tf When a Trust Company is selected-

Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each The positive advantage of strong financial re-
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No
F. E. Harrison fined secured.A .
was $25 and sponsibility is
two articles are alike no more than there are two human beings
exactly alike.If j costs and the fine suspended on the bond which has behind it the entire financial 1 w I
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means.If condition of good behavior by Acting strength of the Institution is always filed with I
you are just a "climber" visit the Evans store and you oj Mayor Carl Kettler Jr., in the may- the Probate Court at nn I'Mt to the estate. +e#
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and ]lost," the Evans or's court this morning when Mr '
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come Harrison was presented on a charge Answer No. 3 will appear m a subsequent issueof T
in and be sociable. J
of drunk and disorderly conduct. He this newspaper. .
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. :
' was accused of disturbing a card party r r s : r
Jewelry, Silverware Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and :
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China Statuary Bric-a-Brac Cut Glass Fans Tortoise Shell : given last evening at the home of Come in any time and freely ask for further ;, I, tr
Work, anything artistic. W. L. Bazemore by Mrs. Alma Black | *o f information on this vitally important subject. ..i {
Original designing done for special platinum work. : in honor of llissIarie Barksdale, of 'J ? You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible :. Orlando who is a house guest of the 'I j X glad to advise.

Bazemores.Tropical Sun West Pam

prices.T. Beach. ..M The Orlando Bank & Trust Company


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