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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 3, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINEL A






VOLUME THREE. VRLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915. NUMBER 175.
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RUSSIANS COMPELLED TO CHINA'S V I C EPRESIOEMTIS THE WORLD WAR A YEAR CAPTURE SUBMARINES IN
FROM DNIES-

RETREAT TER RIVERA I MISSING '. President AGO TODAY Poincare--SEPT.and his 3 cabinet .- ''. STEEL NETS KAISER[ OUSTS SEA[ lORD;



FIERCE STRUGGLE FOR Gffl' LI YUEN HANG HAD BEEN The were second at Bordeaux.German army, un- CRAFT
WHICH SANK TilE
CZAR AlSO MAKES(
der Von Buelow, moved southwest CHANGE
Large Forces of AustroGermans VIRTUALLY PRISONERFOR to Chauteau Thierry, on the ARABIC CAUGHT IN NET ;

MONTHS Marne. The fourth German army, BY ENGLISH

in Attempt to Rid led by Grand Duke Albrecht, ad- '

Galicia Territory of Opposed President Yuan ShiKai's vanced to the west of the Art White Star Official States That
1[ FRENCH[ GAIN IN [
YOSGS
'
Russians lishing Plan Monarchy for Re-estab-in gonne.French The, crossed British,south under of General the 50 Submarines Latest Type Capturedin German

Marne river at Lagny, six miles '
London, Sept. 2.-One-half million China Last 60 Days I, -
from the fortified zone of Paris.
"Austro-Germans, striking sledgehammer The sixth French remained Brief Bulletins I KAISER SENDS TIRPITZ ON
blows against the Russian south- Peking, China, Sept. 2.-Another army New York, Sept. .-An officer of I
north of the Marne covering
i. VACATION FOR OPPOSING -
ern wing, have shaken the Czar'sfront sensational story is published in '. Paris. The fifth French army was the White Star liner Adriatic, which Ticked Off WireI
the Dniester river, accordingto U. S. DEMANDS
on I' arrived from declared
Liverpool today, -
guarded words by this morning'snewspapers. south of the Marne and east of '
an official statement received here : that the German submarine
At Late HourKey
Vice-President Li Yuen the British.
tonight from Vienna, and compelledthe I which sank the Arabic had been
'
Japan continued to invade Chi- RUSSIAN GENERAL ALSO RETIRES
who has been
Russians to retreat from the Hang, virtually a pris- in I caught in a steel net and the U-boat's
na defiance of Chinese
Dniester front to its junction with oner in the palace grounds for many tests. pro- i double crew were now prisoners in West, Fla.-Dr. J. Y. Porter,

the Sereth. months, failed to attend yesterday the Austrians decisively beaten before England. He added that within the Jr., assistant to the state health offi- Shake-ups Feature War News;
The Russians are falling back into I. past sixty days the British have cer, left Tuesday afternoon on the
session of the advisory council, of I. Lemberg, Galicia. captured French Gain
Bessarabia, setting fire to all towns no less than fifty German sub- Mallory steamer for Rochester, N.Y., Commanding
which he is chairman. This body S i t i t i t t t t i t 1 t
and villages along the line of retreat, was marines. where he will represent the State Positions Over Germansin
assembled in the chamber of parlia-
a
destroying all the crops and suppliesto 1 After stating positively that the Board of Health at the annual meet-
mentary board bestowed it Mon Vosges
prevent them falling into the handsof upon BASEBALL RESULTS i submarine which torpedoed the Arabic ing of the American Public Health
day in a mandate promulgated by
the Germans, while on the north had been captured, the officer said Association.
President Yuan Shi Kai. Federal League I London, Sept. 2.-The eliminationof
the Germans have captured the outer that he could not disclose the place of -
General Li Yuen Heng is reportedto I ( Grand Admiral von Tirpitz's powerin
Brooklyn 1, Baltimore 2.
forts of Grodno and pierced the Grod- :capture nor detail the circumstances. Berlin.-An official review of the
have asked President Yuan Shi Kai German government is foreshad-
Buffalo 1, Newark 9.
no-Vilna railroad line. He said however, that the U-boat eastern campaign, given out here today -
I owed by the that he will takean
for a small bodyguard and permissionto Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 4. news
Their continues the Overseas News
principal activity was of the latest and largest type in by Agency,
said
extended vacation. It is the
depart with his family from the
in Galicia where large forces are be- Kansas City 2, Chicago 5. I the German estimates that since May 2, the Rus-
Forbidden City to a private residence. National navy. Kaiser personally sent an order to
ing directed in an effort to clear the League sians have lost at least 300,000 men
He is said to have stated that while New York 1-0 3-2. Von Bernstorff to placate the United
last strip of Galician territory of Philadelphia I in killed or wounded, and 1,100,000
Russians. he would not oppose the project for Boston 1, Brooklyn 10. ENGLAND BEGINS RETRENCHMENT men captured by the Germans. (:States which the admiral opposed.

the restoration of a monarchy, he Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 7. Russian Changes

would not subscribe his name to a petition All scheduled. London, Sept. 2.-The Russians are
Vienna, via Amsterdam, Sept. 2.- Bowling Green, Mo.-The wife of
favoring such a project. American League London.-As the first step in a developing unexpected strength in
In order to avoid conflict with
a the sheriff of Pike county here last
Philadelphia 3, Boston 8. movement for retrenchment in gov- the north, where they stated they are
Greece the Servian government has night held off a mob of more than
ENGLAND INSISTED THAT ITALY Washington 0, New York 1. ernment expenses, the Express an- not only bolding Field :Marshal von
ordered the evacuation of all Albanian
one hundred men, who demanded the
FIGHT TURKEY Detroit 8, Chicago 6. nounces the dismissal of 1,700 em- Hindenberg, but have gained a local
localities within the Grecian surrender of Harrison Rose, a ,
.:.... negro
-- St. Louis 4, Cleveland 2.
Vilna. Various
ployes of the land valuation depart- success near changes
of influence.
sphere with murder.
Berlin, via Sayville, Sept. 2.-The Southern League ment, which was created under the charged have been made in the Russian com-

/ Overseas News Agency says: Birmingham 5-4, Atlanta 2-0. budget of 1909 to make a complete mand, the most important being the
IIAUSELT RETURNS MOST "The Messaggero of Rome indis- Memphis 7, Nashvlle 3. New York.-War shares and simi-
valuation of all land in Great Britain return of General Russky to the leadership
ENJOYABLE VACATIONMr. creetly reported the proceedings of New Orleans lar specialties were again the objectsof
a 5, Moble 1. as a preliminary step to the taxationof of the northern army.
session of the cabinet at which active speculation at the openingof
was Chattanooga 2, Little Rock 0. unearned increments.VETERINARIANS. Heroic: Fighting
revealed a sharp difference of today's market with gains of 2 to
opinion
:: E. G. Hauselt has returned Paris, Sept. 2.-An official commu-
from a trip to New York and pointsin whether Italy should declare war on over 5 points. nication issued tonight describes the

Pennsylvania and looks as if he Turkey.which was The suppressed Messaggero's by the article censor,, u. S. MARINES IN CHARGEThe SUICIDES U I C I 0 Kissimmee, Fla.-Rigid- inspectionof heroic fighting lasting more than a

had enjoyed every minute of his vaca- month which resulted in the captureof
showed that Premier Salandra was citrus fruit groves in this county
tion. lIe is now looking after the duties Lingekop Schratzmaennele and
of Cashier Dow in the Peoples wavering. The matter was clinched Seventh Haytien Customs Dr. Robt. Bryan, of Lexington, have resulted in the disclosure that Barrenkopf, an important Vosges

National Bank while that gentlemanhas when the British ambassador at House Taken by Americans K)'., Shoots Self While Wife there is no citrus canker in Osceola mountain position dominating the
Rome Sir Rennell Rodd, made such I Istrong.
gone to Maine to spend a while of'' Yesterday at Attends VicePresidential county. German positions in the Alsatian val-
representations behalf
on --
with his family. Port au Prince Reception leys and plains.
his government that the king was unable Key West, Fla.-Monroe county

I to withstand- --- --- the n__ pressure_- Port au Prince, Hayti, Sept. 2.- Lexington, Ky., Sept. 2.-While his high school and the other public

: "FINIS" FOR FRANK CASE TWO AMERICANS KILLED BY American marines today took chargeof wife was assisting in receiving at a day schools, September of the city 7.will open on Tues- MRS MOHR'S BAlll$ 0,000

:MEXICAN: BANDITS the customs house here, this being reception given in honor of Vice-Pres- -
the seventh one they have taken ovr ident Marshall by his business part- -

I Cobb County Grand Jury Re- Brownsville, Tex, Sept. 2. The in the variQus towns of IIayti. ner, Dr. Robert M. Bryan, a well Montgomery. Ala.-So far as the Accused of Conspiring to Kill
-
ports Evidence Insufficientfor bodies of two Americans "killed known veterinarian here, shot himself Alabama legislature is concerned, Husband-Three Negroes
by
Indictments$1,500Reward Mexican bandits were brought here MARKET FOR E. SOUTH STREET through the head at his home this :I equal suffrage is a dead issue for four Held Without Bail-

Offered tonight. afternoon.Dr. years. Trial Sept. 16 -

They are Earl Donaldson, of Fay- South street now has a meat mar- Bryan had among his clientele --0-

Marietta, Ga., Sept. 2.-"Finis" was ette, Mo., who came here a few weeks ket. J. K. Swick yesterday opened a many of the wealthy men of the coun- Washington, D. C.-The cattle tick Providence, R. !? Sept. 2.-Mrs.

written today in the case of Leo M. ago, and Smith, an engineer engagedin branch business at 207 East South try who own large stock farms here cost the United States approximately Elizabeth Balir :Mohr: was tonight released -

Frank when the Cobb county grand concrete construction work on an street. Owing to the fact that he and was considered one of the best $90,000,000 during the past year. on $10,000 bail after having

jury, after a two days session, reported irrigation canal. will not have any overhead expense, veterinarians in Kentucky.: --0-- been under arrest 14 hours on the

to Judge Patterson that while The Americans were kidnapped :Mr. Swick will be able to make very Honolulu.-Two more bodies were charge of conspiring to kill her hus-

several clues have been found the evi early today by the bandits and taken attractive prices to his customers. Latest music and magazines arriving found Wednesday in the hull' of the band, Dr.C. Franklin Mohr, a wealthy

dente is insufficient to bring indictments about 12 miles north of here, where Delivery wagons will be sent to take daily. Also late books. Curtis & submarine F4. physician who was shot and killed

against any one. the bodies were found late today, bul- orders and deliver goods. O'Neal. from ambush while riding in an auto-

Of course, the matter may be takenup let riddled. FAMOUS SCIENTISTS RECEIVES mobile Tuesday night with his sec-

by a succeeding grand jury, but IRON CROSS retary, Miss Emily Burger, near
this, it can be taken for granted, will THE WEATHER SANfORD TO KISSIMMEEBrick BIG SHOOT YESTERDAY West Barrington.

never be done. t Berlin.-Prof. Dr. Walter Nernst, Three negroes are tonight being

The governor has done all in his For Florida: Fair Friday, except the famous physiologist of the Berlin held without bail in the Bristol coun-
:Members of Orlando Gun Club
power by offering a reward of $1,500. probably showers in extreme south Highway Between Above University, has just been decorated ty jail, charged with murder. They

More than 35 witnesses were ex portion; fresh north and northeast Cities Will Soon Be Com- I and Kissimmee Sportsmen with the iron cross of the first class face trial on September 16 with Mrs.

amined. winds. pleted-First Big Link Enjoy Trap Shootingat I for bravery on the battlefield. Mohr.

Dixie HighwayWork Country Club

: French Government Advised To Grand Duke Says Number- Men- -
will soon start on the last Yesterday afternoon the Orlando

I stretch of brick road on the Orlando- Gun Club held a greatly enjoyed .

Buy Babies; Will Save NationBerlin. Pine Castle-Taft-Kissimmee high- ,shoot at the Country Club grounds. Taken Must Be Multiplied By 10

way.: Teams are at present busily .The trap was in good order and

-- engaged in hauling the brick from :worked to perfection. Quite a large --

.-The decrease of the popu- I thirty millions in 1925. the southern end of the stretch of .crowd of sportsmen were present and Berlin.-An officer of the German I Russian reports.

lation of France is rapidly becominga This fear is shared by many of the unpaved road between Orlando and took part in the affair.A 'reserve, who is now at the eastern I "The matter was a puzzle to me

more serious problem for the republic -I French scientists and all kinds of the- Pine Castle.In delegation of half a dozen or front, writes to the Lokananzeiger: I until a Russian officer who was captured

than the war. According to ories and plans are advanced to stop a few days more the work of more came from Kissimmee and spent "Permit me to call your attention I at Bolimow explained how the

statistics published by Swiss newspa- the decline of the nation. The most grading will be under way and then ,the afternoon with the Orlando club, .to the official reports of the Russian .Russian reports are compiled. After ,

pers the number of births, which was original proposition so far has been the completion of the work and the returning the visit which the locals general staff. Undoubtedly you have each engagement the commanders of

about 1,000 per day before the war, made by Dr. Charles Richet. In a opening of this most important road made the Kissimmee club last ThurS- noticed that the Russians always the different units report their cap-

has dropped to less than 400. At the pessimistic article this famous sociol- will be only a matter of weeks. day afternoon.The claim to have captured a very large tures in the following manner: '17th

same time, as a result of the war, ogist advises the government buy I I This road is one of the most important scores were: number of officers which is out of all regiment, 2 (officers), 53 (men); 50th

the death rate has increased so enor- babies. He thinks that parents shouldbe highways which has been pavedby Orlando, 50 Bird ContestC. ,proportion to the men who are reported regiment, 0-41* ; 81st regiment, 43-

mously that all French provinces are paid one thousand francs for every I Orange county and it will give a G. Westcott, 32; T. H. Evans, i to have fallen into their hands.A 110.' .
41 J. D. Barnes, 40 Josiah Duna-
threatened with depopulation. The child born to them, and will submit a stretch of fine hard surfaced road way; 32; Dick Holland; 26; Charles few days ago, for instance, the "This means that the three regiments

decrease' according td careful calcu- bill to this effect to parliament. Ac- every foot of the way from Sanford, Rock, 13. Czar's general staff bulletined the have captured five officers and

lations, amounts. to about 4,000 per cording to his idea the thousand through Orlando and south as far as Orlando, 25 Bird ContestG. capture of one hundred and two offi- 204 men, but the Russian general
day.There francs should be paid in four install- I Kissimmee. M. Barlow, 7; Vet Young, 10; cers and nine hundred men. staff will report the capture of 203
Arthur J3arlow, 10; G. W. Peel, 13;
is great danger that France ments, at birth, and after two, five, S. G. Dolive, 12; E. J. Beidler, 9; G. "Nine hundred men are less than officers and 2,040 men. The numbersof
will not recover from this awful loss and ten years, if the children are VISITING EDITOR GRACES ORLANDO C. Keller, 9; J. H. Mooney, 19; Jack four companies, and a company has the officers taken are not added at
after the war, because the birth rate alive at that time. lie confidently ex- BY PRESENCE Martin 19; F. N. Boardman, 10. only five officers at the most. Gen- headquarters, but simply placed after

has not been normal even in time of pects that his scheme will greatly Kissimmee, 50 Bird Contest erally their number is even smaller, each other. Thus 2-0-5 becomes 205,
Ellis, 43; Stevens, 37; Luph, 37; \
peace for many years. Prof. Noulet, stimulate the birth rate and predicts I Mr. W. B. Harris, owner and pub- Prathan, 42; Overstreet, 36. as some are wounded and some killed and it is a standing order of Grand-
of the University of Geneva, is firm- that France may have a populationof lisher of the Kissimmee Valley Ga- Kissimmee, 25 Bird Contest 'every day and can not be replaced at Duke Nicholas that the number of

,ly convinced that the population of eighty millions in thirty years, if ,zette, was among the popular out of Farmer No trophies, 18. were awarded, as the :once. It is therefore evident that men taken must always be multiplied .

the French republic will be less than his plan is carried out. town visitors to Orlando yesterday. I committees did not meet yesterday. something., must be wrong with the by ten." I

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PROGRESSING ON DICK-1 CANT FIGHT, KILLS SELF COPPEDGE NOW PROPRIETOROF PRESIDENT MAKES APPOINTMENT f Ip-llo! E- 72 P. O. BOX 414 Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER

SON.IVES BUILDING ORLANDO TOP AND
I
l\tunich.-Because he was not allowed TRIMMINGS CO. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER At

to go to the front and fight, Washington, D. C.-President Wil-
Terms
Work on the big Dickson-Ives Reasonable
Franz K. Gangherr, of Augsburg, a T. M. Coppedge, who has purchasedthe son today-appointed Walter R. War- I
building, at the corner of Pine street
veteran of the Franco-Prussian war, interest of A. Mosteller' in the wick, of Indiana, as comptroller of Miss Mabel Durham
and Gertrude avenue, is being pushed
has ended his life. The old soldier, Orlando Top and Trimmings company the treasury.
rapidly to completion.
after many fruitless efforts, succeeded is planning to make quite a Room No. 9 Better Known as "Jake the.umber"
last Slay in getting into the army number of improvements in the busi- Owing to a lack of rainfall in the DAVIS & McNEIL BUILDING:
again, although he was 64 years old. ness soon. This firm, since commencing past week the Caloosahatchee river Church Street
lIe was employed to drill recruits, and business in Orlando, has built up has fallen six feet at LaBelle and it
What do when he insisted he be sent to the art envaible reputation for the quality is again impossible for boats of much ----- -- ---
you front he was discharged.This .or work done. Experts are employed size to go through the canals.At HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
>'> hope for in a t "disgrace" was more than he to do the work of painting and upholstering A. B. Cook & Co.

could bear. Last week, after his return -I automobiles. The new pro-' a negro baptizing in Suwannee ON WEST PINE STREET JUST
varnish ? to his native town, he shot him- prietor will have the best wishes of county bad feelings' generated between Christ Building, Orlando.

self. I countless satisfied patrons for the fu- the country and town negroes, ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
ture success of the business. and finally Older Heath drew his knife

GREATEST OF SUFF PARADESTO and slashed into the crowd, woundingfour INVESTMENTS, LOANS
1HB'ON BE HELD AT NEW FRISCO FAIR ALREADY OUT OF five
or persons.
YORK OCT. 23 DEBT; WILL CELEBRATE STOCKS AND
AW THE FACT Phone 204
New York.-Plans were launched Two reasons have been assigned for BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

UiJTROVARNISHES today for a suffrage parade here on San Francisco, Cal.-The executive the sinking of the English steamer -- -- -
October 23, which the promoters ex- committee of the Panama-Pacific ex- Arabic by the Germans: one that she
pect will be the greatest in point of position board of directors announced was carrying gum arabic, and the .
numbers the world has known. The today the adoption of a resolution authorizing other that she was a white star liner.

Empire State campaign committee the controller to pay i110.- Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

hopes to have 20,000 men and womenin 159 to the Union Trust company, in

line. One division will representthe settlement of all indebtedness. The EAT LESS MEAT DIRECTORS AND EMHALMERS: :
When you buy varnish for your twenty-six countries, in which original debt to finance the exposi-
floors you hope that it will improvethe the AVoman's International Allianceis tion was $962,340.98. A big "out of
appearance of those floors and
that it will be durable. organized. Preliminary parades debt" celebration will be held Friday. i Real Values Low Prices
called "yellow rallies" for IF BACK HURTSTake
Unfortunately much that is sold for suffragewill i
floor varnish won't realize that hope be held' during September. WILDING'S GRAVE COMPARE
for you.Lawson's

Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas X. Y.-N. J. AMATEURS BUILD British Headquarters in France. a glass of Salta to flush Kidneys
a wonderful,deep,lustrous finish. It is OUR FURNITUREWe
easily applied because it works easily. It ROAD The last resting place of Captain Anthony if Bladder bothers youDrinklots
is unequalled for durability and will not F. Wilding, the famous tennis
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust. of water.
free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets Greenwood Lake, N. J.-A joint player, is in a tiny graveyard a few provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
committee from New York and New hundred yards from the shattered by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
capacity As for economy.that is wonderful.Lustro has a covering Jersey brought almost every able ruins of Neuve Chapelle. The graveis Eating kidney meat trouble regularly in eventually some form produces or an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .

Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor .bodied citizen of this section out to- carefully tended and has at the other, says a well-known authority, be- can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
Varnish. at our risk returnable if unsatisfactory. day to build an interstate road along head a wooden cross, bearing Wild- cause the uric acid in meat excites the stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.

.the west side of the lake. The women ing's name and the date of his death. kidneys, they become overworked; get
:Made by Valentine & Co. sluggish; clog up and cause all fOrts of
folk supplied food and drink on the distress, particularly backache and mis
Manufacturers of firing line. BUENOS AYRES SELECTED ery in the kidney region; rheumatic twingea McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
headaches acid stomach
VALSPAR and severe constipation

VAL-ENAMEL AERO SHOW NEXT YEAR Buenos Ayres.-The Argentine government bladder and, torpid urinary liver irritation.The sleeplessness. Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
New York.-An aero show, aviation has agreed to selection of moment your back hurts or kid
1 I meet and convention of aeronautic ; Buenos Ayres as the place for holdingthe neys aren't acting right, or if bladder
engineers will be held here next Aprilor congress for the unification of the bothers you, get about four ounces of
4 All to be had atFINLEY'S May under the auspices of the commercial laws of the Americas.The Jad take Salts from any good pharmacy; I
a tablespoonful in a glass of water I
PIONEER PAINT Aero Club of America and the American congress will meet November 1. before breakfast for a few days a.ndour HlllllitUintMIIIMIMIIIMIIIIMMIIitttMIMtMToilet .
STORE Society of Aeronautic Engineers.The kidneys will then act fine. This famous
salts is made from the acid of
aviation meet will take place at DODGE SALESC. grapes
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts.
and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
the Sheepshead Bay Speedway and and has been used for generations to PaperSee
the show and convention at the Grand I M. Mallet' and Dr. P. Phillipsare flush clogged kidneys and stimulate themto
Central' Palace. i recent purchasers of Dodge cars. normal activity; also to neutralize the
GEO.{ BANSCHBACH Dr. Phillips purchased two of the new acids, in thus the ending urine bladder eo it no disorders.Jad longer irritates our window display. We carry ; ;

)(. B. IVES STILL BUYING IN cars and they will be used by his Salts cannot injure anyone; '
several kinds.
Cabinet MakerDoors NEW YORK agents in visiting orange growers makes a delightful effervescent lithia-
Marion Ives is expected to returnto throughout the state. water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then to keep the
: Orlando from New York about the kidneys and urinary organs clean thus Sweet Potatoes
Screens, Porch Swings, 15th of September. Sentinel Want Ads Pay. avoiding serious kidney disease.MIIIIISIIIIitMiHllllliMMIIIIIMMIIIMIIIilMIMMM'. I

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Card Tables Cedar Fancy
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: throttle. driving power is applied to the rear r
: Low Center of Gravity axle and wheels! without shock or jar, the .
I rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc-
$3ooPablo Like all' Oakland models, the weight of this tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
: car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs: the life of the rear axle and gives unusual -
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort.
and rack the frame and driving mechanism.
Beach : This low center.of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features
ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in. AUTO WASUING STATIONt
Left hand drive with center control. Gear
AND : Vacuum Gasoline System shifting lever: of the ball and socket type. t
Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake
Atlantic BeachAND The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is abdrums.. Horn button in center of steering THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
solutely automatic. You can forget you have wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
RETURNSeptember it on the car. No air pump to get out of order One-man top. with clamps to windshield with-
or leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in REPAIRING MICHAEL, Mechanic.
4th gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board.all '
grades. Increases" the mileage to a gallon Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a Known as "The Handy Man.
of gasoline." Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad running I
VIA of the car where it belongs. boards.
WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

Atlantic i Coast Line chine parts. Work guaranteed.

$795.00 f. b. Factory o
Standard Railroad of the South o. GASOLINE AND OIL

For tickets or information call on I

Atlantic Coast Line Tcket Agent. i Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

J. G. KIRKLAND J. B. Jr.
Division Passanger Agent, Tampa. Magruder, Distributor

TICKETS SOLD FOR ALL REGU-
LAR TRAINS.

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TO THE SENTINEL STATE NEWS RUSSIAN DUMA TOLD WAR EXPENSES -
WILL BE OVER
Orlando, Sept. 1, 1915. I Winter Haven has an assessed val- $5,000,000,000Petrograd.
Editor Sentinel:-Please allow me I uation of $1,003,405.A .
space on the front page of your much .-The finance committee
read periodical, as captain of the defeated special teachers' examination for 'of the Duma presented a bill extend-
team, to correct some of the state, special and primary certificates 'I ing the rights of the State bank to
statements made to you by the informant will be held' in Lakeland September 14. :issue paper money. The committee
*and published in your issue .report discussed the entire problemof
== I "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
of the 4lst ult., relative to the gameof meeting war expenses, stating that
baseball played at the Fair The Sixth Annual Citrus Seminar the sums needed were so large that .
Grounds, on the afternoon of the will be held at the University of I all possible sources of revenue must Unless Budded from A Bear- .
30th.Thanking Florida at Gainesville, October 5 to 8 be used-taxation, internal credit operations -
you in advance for the inclusive this year. an issue of paper money,
space, I beg to remain, I and foreign loans. I ing Tree of Known Quality ,
Yours truly, I Two thousand head of cattle were "For 1915," the report stated, "the
PAUL G. ALBURY. !shipped from Kissimmee to a Kansas estimated war expenses are $3,621- I
408 Claire street. i City packing house this week. More 000,000, and other expenses $1,423-1 and Quantity of Production. I
canned beef for Florida. 500,000 making a total of over $5-
My statements follow: I 000,000,000. ''
-0. W. Conner
Firstly: That the defeated team I C. K. McQuarrie, of the Universityof .
was not the fast Cigarmakers team Florida Extension Division believes CHEMISTS CONVENE, SEATTLE
of this city, that has met and defeated : the corn crop this year will be .
some of the fastest teams in the ,ten to fifteen per cent above normal. Seattle, Wash.-The annual meet-

state. ing of the American Chemical Society I In five years the Ocklawaha: Nurseries through actual dem-
Secondly: That there were but The Escambia County Prohibition started here today and will continue
four or five of the cigarmakers' team League lacked about 350 names of until September 3. onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave

present during the game, and one of having a number sufficient to warrant The members arrived after a sight- brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
those played on the opposing side. the calling of a special prohibition seeing tour from Chicago and got does pay. The United States Government experiments made by .

Thirdly: That the statement made election. down to business when Dr. Leo H. Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -

concerning Air. Allie Higgs' assaulton I I Baekeland, inventor of velox paper, published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
the umpire is wholly unfounded, II Bert Colson, of Tampa, was found spoke on "Chemical Industry," and
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the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees
as it was only in fun. Mr. Higgs is a :guilty in the criminal court of Tampa Dr. H. K. Benson on "Industrial Resources propagated -
gentlemen at all times, whether on a for attempting to bribe two jurymenin and Opportunities of the Pa- from a parent of true merit.
ball diamond or any other place. a murder trial. His lawyers have cific Northwest."
To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
Fourthly: That the motive which asked for a new trial. An address of welcome was delivered
a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not .
prompted the informant to make such
by Henry Su zalo, president of
statements is that he was a memberof The sheriff of Manatee county cap- the University of Washington, and been in existence five ;years, are falling over each other to con- ,
the cigarmakers' nine when it was tured a boat load of contraband Charles H. Herty, president of the vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
first organized, but was afterwards goods last week. The boat was a society, and an authority on turpen- Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
dropped, being unable to hold down a naptha launch and the contraband tine, responded. the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
position. goods consisted of three barrels and
rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
And in conclusion, wish to state three boxes of whiskey put up in TWELVE BROTHERS KILLED
that if the captain of the other team half pint and quart bottles. You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so i

thinks that he can defeat our team, Vienna.-Josef Ploetzer, a Tyrolean great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
we will play them any afternoon they Judge Robles has rendered a decision -
farmer, has lost twelve sons since the bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single-
may desire for two cases of soda, that $15,000 of the Ybor City
beginning of the war. Five of the bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
winner take all, using the same players Building and Loan Association went
brothers were killed"in Galicia and
on both sides that were used in into the home of the late S. L. Big-
seven on the Italian front. The old- CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where :your
the other low, former of the associa-
secretary
game.
est one was 40 and the youngest 18 grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address t
P. G. A. tion. Investigation after Biglow'sdeath
old. All of them
years belonged to
revealed the fact that he was
the Kaiserjaegan, the most famous
OFFER TO BUY COTTON some $600,000 short in his accounts.

Berlin.-German business men have I I Florida is one of the six states body of Austrian troops. Ocklawaha Nurseries '
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transmitted to the United States an spending more than $125,000 a year PAVING PROGRESSING ON DELANEY -
o. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine Florida
offer to buy 1,000,000 bales of cotton. i for the board of health. The leaders STREET ,
The price offered was 15 cents a I ers are Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts OR a
pound, payable on delivery of the cot- Florida, New Jersey and Paving on South DeLaney street i is
ton in a German harbor. I Illonois. Miami Metropolis.The being rapidly completed. About one- G. G. Wright, Agent ; ,
half block remained unpaved last :
AN IMPROVEMENTWest arrest of two workmen for night at the south end, north of the 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.HIIIMIIMIMIIIIinMttltltlMtllllMMIIMti .
stealing a thousand dollars worth of intersection with Gore avenue.
street is being improved electrical supplies from the city of I
along the border of Eola park. Jacksonville has brought out the fact TAFT DAY AT THE FAIR
that'men higher up were stealing dol- ,
IMPROVING FLORAL SHEDS lars while the workmen were stealing San Francisco.This is "Taft Day"at
J. F. Allen is making some improvements hickels. the Panama-Pacific exposition.
to his florist sheds on I The ex-president received a great
West Central avenue. The want ad.'s the thing. ..:ovation. I

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THE DAILY SUBMARINE ANDP1EI'AREDNESS DOES WARBLER I TilE MAN ON -
IN 1807. CARRY WARNING? HORSEBACK.France .
South Florida SentinelMORNING I
A great many editors around Florida The advance guard of the little fears "The Man on Horse
AND WEEKLY i claim that the first submarineever warbler family was noticed in Orlando back.. That was the reason General ,
+V. 1:. GLENN ......................EdlUrW. three The
C. ESSINCTON .....Batinm Manager built in the world was constructed two or days ago. war- Pau was sent on a secret mission to I
in southern waters about fifty blers constitute a large family of bird Russia. France is fearful that the republican -

Entered, as second at the Class poBtoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando Florida years ago. migrants. Their breeding ground is I form of government may be : THE[ RISING GENERATION[ [
I In one of Washington Irving's "Sal- to the west and northwest of Hudson headed by a military leader. Gen.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES magundi chapter dated Bay, in Alaska. With the first warn- Joffre who has no political ambitions
Papers, a
Duly 1 Year ........................ $5.00 i 1
Dally 6 Months ...................... %.1i0 August 14, 1807, 108 years ago, con- ing of cold weather they begin to retains his commands. lie is Ithej
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Daily S Months 1-25 tains remarkable reference to the work southward. most satisfactory leader wiU soon be thinking of school, some looking forward to their
a military that
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60
submarine torpedo which has become : The family is large and the coloring the French government can find. However future studies looking the other in
some way, any case, wear-
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 I
such a terror in the present war. of their plumage is varied. There if President Woodrow Wilson ing apparel must be purchased. &
IN
PAYABLE
:ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO Irving says: 1 is, however, a peculiar characteristic emerges from the present tremendous
"The present summer has had full I common to the race. This is a con- obstacles confronting this government
ADVERTISERS: employment in planning safety for .stant spasmodic flapping of the tail we may have to create a sort of I On Saturday and Monday i

adTcrtisinc Copy for Bust display be banded and all in at.ther the hand-set badness our harbor. Among the various plans as the bird flits from one bush or King-Presidert and give him the job
rfhce, .( the Sentinel nut later than 2 p. .. that have been offered, the most con- I plant to another in search of insects. for life.
to the chances day before f.r publication.contract adrertidng This rule;applies it !. spicuous is one devised and exhibitedby They are very active, never restingin o II we will devote our SPECIALS to articles that the children

:variable and will be strictly adhered to. that notable confederacy. 'The one spot more than a few seconds Wanted-200 ladies to come to cor- need and must have. The savings will be many.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel di:>continued I North River Society.' during the daylight hours. They flit ner Pine street and Orange avenue
should notify the office in writing on "Anxious to redeem their reputation among the branches and foliage of and buy one of these fine summer I
the date of expiration otherwise it will be dresses at less than one-half
continued at the regular subscription rates I these aquatic incendiaries have the orange trees and bushes, and no McLaughlin & Furen. 9-5-Jt price.: : I
until notice to stop .is received. ** come forward at the present alarming sooner do their little feet touch a twig
Telephone Numb-r -- I Here's just few that will interest
juncture and announced a most potent I than the tail gives its funny little a
FRIDAY SEPTEMIJEK 3, 191;). discovery which is to guarantee our .
I jerk.Those The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's
port from the visits of any foreign I I that have arrived resemblein i
Our daily nuisance: Theodore marauders. The'society has, it seems, I size and coloring the canary. I
Roosevelt. I invented a cunning machine, slept a Those to come later will represent all Dress GinghamsIn
o I, torpedo, by which the stoutest line of shades to a dusty brown. It is claimed I Select Boarding and Day
Why feel downhearted?Harry battleship may be caught nappingand by naturalists that their early fall I School for Girls; a big range of new checks, new stripes and large range of
Kendall Thaw is again on the front decomposed in a twinkling; a migration betokens an early and severe 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 plain colors. The famous UTILITY and EVERLASTING
I Primary, Intermediate and
page. kind of submarine powder magazineto winter. They were noticed hereon i Grade Academic makes absolutely fast in color. Regular 12V-:: .
o swim under water like an aquatic the last day of August. Does tHis
Going, going:, gone-English pound mole, or water ra't, and destroy the mean a warning for us? Let us Also Musij, Art, Elocution, Physical Sat. and Mon. 10 yds for 85c
sterling! Up again, on again, gone enemy in the moments of unsuspicious watch and see. Culture and Domestic Science.
again! security."It o For Catalogues address the Rector, Your choice of one to five patterns in the length.

o was determined an experiment Actual construction of sand-oil Ker. Kodtrick P. Cobb, A. %L.
The epitome of friendliness-"I re- should be tried, and an old brig was roads for which Lake county recentlyUUHUCU Orlando, FlaMCCRACKEN'S J
dear Mr. Lansing, sin- for than __.t.t "''''''' """ I
main purchased not twice its has I
my very more $uuuuv, commenced in
cerely yours, J. Bernstorff." Does he value and delivered over to its tor- the Eustis district. Some of the citi- I Toile Du Norde GinghamsThe

mean it? mentors, the North River Society, tobe zens are going to use day on some
o tortured and battered and annihi- of the roads, but it is our opinion thatin best quality, in a hundred different patterns and color-

St. Petersburg isn't the only storm lated. the course of a few years, they will ings all the Tartan effects and combinations plaids checks,

center in Florida. Orlando just now "A day was appointed for the occasion regret not using brick on all the stripes in two and three and four toned colorings, and a big

is the battleground .of a warm fight and all the good citizens of highways of Lake county. ---1 range of dainty plain shades. Sold everywhere at 15 cents.
over Sunday closing.Independent.o Gotham were invited to the blow-up. o e

o After a world of maneuvering the old New York police are looking for Sat. and Mon. He -
'When it to delicious
comes light
miles, and long miles at brig was duly blown up as per ar- some swindlers who have been fleec-
that, in an automobile on paved'I( rangement." ing poor widows by taking their sav- MAll
streets within the corporation limitsof ings for illegal pension papers. Some WAFFLES
Orlando is something to talk about.A In a footnote to the chapter the editor swindlers are too mean to live, and
Wool Serges
o : of these papers says: we are in hopes that some of them AND e
Pennsylvania woman who was "The allusion is here evidently to who were here last season will be '
Made of pure worsted yarns, 36 inches wide, in fine shades of ,
struck by lightning says such shocks the experiment made by Robert Ful- gathered in by the police somewhere.The SYRUP
Navy blue, myrtle, cardinal, wine, Tobac, Tan, Cream and
will cure rheumatism This may be i on in New York harbor on the 20th o
an old story, but we are willing to''. day of July, 1807, shortly after his Orlando correspondent to the black. This is the quality that not only washes well, looks
THIS IS ONE OF OUR
take her word for it. return from Europe, bringing with Jacksonville Times-Union declares well, but best of all wears well.
o him his favorite plans for torpedo that all Sundays hereafter will be
A valued exchange says what the warfare, as he called it, which he has "Cheney-ized" because of Judge J. :M.: SPECIALS Specially priced for Sat. and Mon.
suburbanites can't understand is whya laid before the governments of France Cheney's sane observations on the
hen will leave a pan of perfectly Ind England. An old brig was after question of the Sunday closing law. 15 centsCatering 43c a yard'
good chicken feed and scratch up the some delay blown up in the bay by If a "Cheney-ized" Sunday brings
garden of the neighbor he owes. one of Fulton's 'charged cannisters.: peace the Judge will be "Lionized."
o The affair, with Fulton's appeal to I o

A young man without money does the government, his previous lectureon Wouldn't President Wilson enjoyone To Those Children's and Missess' Hosiery
not stand much more chance with the Governors Island to the magistracy of Orlando's Thursday half holi-

girls than the proverbial dog with of the city, when the audiencewas days, though? We are clearing out one of our lines of guaranteed Hose, so
tallow legs chasing the proverbial somewhat diminished on the production o Who CareFIELD'S here is an extra special opportunity for securing your children's -
asbestos cat through hades.OcalaStar. of of the loaded e
one torpedoes -
AN EXCELLENT PHOTOPLAY AT
needs for the term at way below their actual value.
with his declaration that it contained I THE GRAND
o 170 pounds of powder, and thatif Sold regularly at 25 cents a pair.
.
Orlando's building permits for August he were to suffer the clockwork to The Grand theatre last
night pre- Sat. and Mon. 17 l-2c
totalled nearly $20,000 and run fifteen minutes he had no doubtit sented "The Man of the Hour," andit a pairChildren's
Jacksonville's: only $40,000. There's would blow the fortifications to was witnessed by a large audience.
only a difference in population of atoms-all this, with his letter to the This evening the "Seven Sisters," in ---r-
about 60,000. Prosperity down this corporation the day after his success- which Miss Marguerite Clark will
way eh? ful experiment, was well calculated to I I.'star, will be presented. Manager CHOCOLATEVANILLA Ready-to-Wear DressesThe
o produce the stir in the city so pleas- !'I.Tallman has a string of fine shows
A Tampa judge has left that city antly set forth in this paper of Sal- for the future. season has left us with several broken lots which must be

for a trip outside this state-the first nagundi." PEACH cleared to make room for our new goods which are arriving

in twenty-five years. He is going to Mr. Arno Nehrling returned yes- i CARAMELICE daily. Many of the prices have been cut absolutely in half, so
. Indianapolis. So long as he doesn't The citizens of New York were cer- terday afternoon over the Atlantic I we cannot impress upon you too fully the importance of ex-
continue the trip to Chicago-the tainly looking out for "safety first"as Coast Line from a western trip. lie CREAMS.
amining these splendid dresses when down town Saturday or t
Golden Rule city-we can forgive him. long ago as 1807, and Uncle Sam has been absent from this section for \
o carried his umbrella under his arm several weeks and during that time Monday. We have them for all ages. t1I

Admiral von Tirpitz is ill. Prob- as an emblem of preparedness even visited both the Pan-American expo- .

ably caused by the British capture of at that early juncture when things sition at San Francisco and the fair CANTALOUPE SUNDAE 16c
fifty_submarines with which he hopedto were looking critical during the years at San Diego, as well as most of the ,
end the war. Now it is reportedhis preceding the war of 1812. How his- points of interest in the West. New Silk Awning StripesWe
illness is a fake. He has been retired tory repeats itself! "
have just received from New York a shipment of the
This is
by the Kaiser. worse o REMOVAL NOTICE
than sickness. An interurban car goin' at high The Real Estate Bank (organizing) CLUB SANDWICH 23c NEWEST OF THE NEW in Awning stripes. These are the
o speed rammed a Ford near Green- has opened offices on the lower floor very latest in vogue and are creating wide spread admiration
of the Christ building, where its
Mrs. Potter Palmer it is announced wood yisterday. Th' o' th' driver plans
name and purposes are being explained to there. They will do so here. See them Saturday or Monday.
intends to learn to fox trot, and Jim- wuz not learned, as he drove rap- those interested:: 9-3-ltc

mie Lavender, flinger for the Tampa- idly away after straightenin' his fen- We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed Specially priced for these days 35cMen's
Chicago "Cubs," pitches a no hit der. Ther's lots o' mitigatin' circum- Found-The finest assortment ofl
game against the New York "Giants. stances, but wearin' a derby hat while ladies' wear, coats, suits, dresses, kimonos and Delivered for All
and shoes, at half first cost
Some climate we've got down here, rowin' a canoe is inexcu b1e.-Abe at McLaughlin & Furen's, corner Pine Occasions '
isn't it-Tampa Times. Martin. St. and Orange Ave. 9-3-3t

FurnishingsYour
Now is the time to get your printing I -A Y Y

done and have it off your mind j choice of any Straw Hat in
before the busy winter season sets in.

Come around if you want stationery j the store for 50 cents.

printed, pamphlets, cards, or any- I w .ERE
thing, else and we'll give you the !
right prices and excellent service. PALM PEACH SUITS for $3.98
o Ij I
The Tampa Trib. yesterday morn- j

ing said the allies had lost 10,000 men You ever conducted through a forest in the dead of night, with '!
in the Dardanelles. A few hour 1
later the Tampa Times carried a the wind moaning and sighing in the tree tops and weird and mys- Our Grocery DepartmentIs

headline, "Claim advance in Dardan- terious shadows flitting here and ;yon? It is an experience never i
elles for allies." Say, did you ever proving a boon to many thesfe hot days. Is it to you? For

hear of those? two papers agreeing onanthing to be forgotten. We experienced this Wednesday night. Of i excellence and unequalled variety we stand unrivalled. Let I

o course we were armed with Axe, Beetle and Wedge, and the re- us demonstrate it! ,

Foreign exchange has taken another sult was, no harm came to us. -
tumble and the pound sterling and
other promises to pay from abroadare We will continue to use the Axe by keeping the standard of

at the lowest point ever reached. our goods trimmed Up, and the Beetle and Wedge we shall use
Meanwhile the American dollar is
soaring. It is worth more in the mar- in splitting profits with our customers. See Dickso.n-Ives Co.

kets vious of time.the.. world than at any pre- :) a

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An invitation: "Mr. and Mrs.

Northerner, you are respectfully requested -
to bring your car along this The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. DEPARTMENT STORE.
winter because we have 14 miles of ... ...
bricked streets in Orlando and 60
miles of bricked highways in the S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

county-also the same mileage of 1

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advantage Numbers of of the Orlando half holiday people yester-took IF I -Ok
.ClCO
c 1 I rianim orirty day afternoon to make trips of inspection -

over some of the recently "Get It At

I completed highways.DR. .

SOCIAL CALENDAR The Associated Charities organization Allen's"I
DR. IIANCIIETT AND FAMILY
is constantly extending aid to
Friday September. PLEASANTLY LOCATED rJ *
W. C. T. U. meets in the parlors of needy families and should receive the "" IIERE I
the Baptist church. hearty support of the citizens. The
Dance at the Roof Garden for the pledges should be paid, and the offi- ,,
set. why it should have I.
younger cers of the association should not be appearedin n
-- the Sentinel that Dr. II. G. Anderson -
SHOWER FOR compelled to make a second canvassto
and his estimable family had
arrived -
MISS CLARA HARVEY. secure the collection.0 I
in Orlando from Gainesville,
About friends of :Miss Clara -- -
thirty Ga., to make their home in this city,
Harvey assembled at the home of ORLANDO FOLKS SOJOURNING when -r.E iiQ wnti
we should have said Dr. II. G.
Mrs. Geo. Barker West Central ave- IN THE LAND OF THE SKY.
Ianchettf is one of the excusable mistakes
T Economy nue, Thursday afternoon and gave I I, An esteemed friend of the Sentinel, that sometimes into FRIENDSHIP LINKS I
creep a Q
her a linen shower rnd a large sup- writing from Saluda under date of
ply of advice. r.liss Harvey will soon August 31st, says of Orlando folks: hastens newspaper to, and correct.one that The the doctor Sentinel Every girl should have one of these Bracelets, each .

be missing and missed, but mistress. Dr. and Mrs. J. N. McElroy, with in Orlando in June looking over was this! f link from a different friend. ,
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and Master Sylvan -
The Royal Neighbors took advan- D
section and was so favorably impressed 25c. including engraving.
tage of the fact and planned the passed through here en route to
in upkeep and with it as an ideal locationfor
shower as a surprise. The afternoon Waynesville.: They made the trip
a home, that his family, consisting I
hours passed only too swiftly with through in their car. of Mrs. Hanchett, and daughters, ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
gasoline con- interspersed with piano selec- Mr. Louis Bas is at the Gordon I
games Misses Winifred and Ruth, and Masters -I
tions by Miss Corinne Darker and hotel in Waynesville, and is the observed I Ib
Mather -a
: and Huntington,
are ]
now -
sumption are Miss Clara Harvey, and a reading by of all observers, as his Frenchc pleasantly located at 511 East An- ., US OCr
:Miss Barker. 'rtesy and gallantry has made him derson street.

As the afternoon drew to a close the beau of the place.
items to be considered the guests were ushered into the dain- Sir. and Mrs. F. II. Rand and Misses If quality for a low price is an objectour
Luzabeth and Rand, of Long- \ POPULAR SERIES AT TilE wall papers will win your favor.
tily decorated dining room where the ,, May ; For
the
next 30
I days we will offer for
ROOF
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in buy- bride's cake and the groom's cuke j I I wood, are at the Smyeta Park hotel GARDEN r 1'I ;I y ri ,," -\ sale 5000 rolls ofVall Paper
were served with delicious grapejaice.!j I \VaynesvilIe, and are delighted from Ic. to 5c. per roll.' Now is the
ing a car. The colors of the order, purple and with the "Queen of the Mountains," "Coveted Heritage," in three parts, i time to buy, and do your papering
I and "Pathe News" is announced at I when you get ready.
I that small is called.
I white, were festooned over the attractive i &a city
the Roof Garden tonight. Last night We also carry a full line of High-
The upkeep in dining table upon which were I Manager J. D. Barnes presented : Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .
arranged German violets and aspara- WOO RAPIDLY, "Who ," dI-r ; invite you to call and inspectour
Pays a picture complete in
gus ferns. Miss Harvey was the WED. stock.
recipient -
the DODGE is itself, though an installment of a se .
of many articles of use and I Colonel Charles P. Lovell, of Jack-
beauty. j 1..cnville, Fla., a veteran of the Span- ries. This series is proving popular

lessened a great Among those who were present to ;,ish-American war and a prominent with movie lovers. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct

wish Miss Harvey joy in her future manufacturer, Sunday night, in As- 205 S.
Orange Avenue
We have
a big supply of boys' andchildren's ,
deal the life were Mesdames Hary Gauthier, bury Park, N. J., married Miss Fred-
by very clothing, shoes, blouses,and COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
M. G. Lane, C. E. Harvey, A. II. ricka Reed, of Irving Place, New
hose, for
school wear, which we will
Daugherty, W. Swearingen, John York, daughter of Professor R. C.
sell this month at big bargains. H.
reasonableprice Gould, W. C. Dennis, J. Sims, Ed. Reed, of the Columbia Seminary of Kanner's New York Bargain Store. ..." '.,'.1.111..1.... ...........''IMIIMIM,.
Richards, Geo. Barker, J. :M. Brady, South Carolina, after a three days 9-3-ltw-ltdc

for parts, as you F. L. Anderson, L. J. Dollins' L. A. courtship.

Hawley, E. B. Miller, A. R. Jones, ( The New Ice CompanyPHONE

will note by a Misses Clara Harvey, Olive, Corinne NOTICE. FavoriteTODAY'S |
and Julia Barker, Dorothy Lane,' The W. C. T. U. will hold monthly

Ruth Daugherty, Ruth Brady, Hazel business meeting in Baptist church, 675 .
of the following -
study Jones, Messrs. George, William and Friday, September. :3, 3 o'clock. Elec- PROGRAM 1

Roger Barker, and Rupert Jones. i tion of officers. Broncho. "His Affianced Wife." A

prices: --0- NOTES drama, in two parts. Delivery Daily ,
CHARITY PLEDGES SOCIETY American. "The Broken Window."

SHOULD BE PAID. OF INTEREST.A A comedy-drama, featuring Ed Coxen

Some weeks ago when the canvassof social affair which promises to and Pathe.Winifred"New Greenwood.Exploits of Elaine." Wait for our wagon. We think i

Piston $1.60 the city was made to obtain funds be greatly enjoyed is the private 20th episode, entitled "Spontaneous will like ice.
vou our
for the Associated Charities a number dance which is being given by the Combustion," in two parts.

Piston Rings .25 of people made pledges to pay younger set at the Roof Garden this This, so will don't be fail an to interesting see it. program -

certain amounts at later dates. Someof evening. Many of the leaders of the Five good reels of motion pictures. .
these pledges have been paid and younger set will be leaving the city Admission, adults 10c., children 5c.
I
ConnectingRod some have not. soon to resume, or begin college workin : The New Ice Company i :

The officers of the society would different parts of the country.
Bearing .75 appreciate the favor if those friendsof Quite a number have been invited

the cause who have not done so and aru expected to attend the dance. ROOf GARONTODAY [ liniMtlllMIIIMMeMIIMIOIIMMIMBMilllilMMt, .

Fan Belt .25 would call at the Association head- -- i

quarters in the Christ building, on Rev. Mary A. Safford, who owns

Drive Pinion 2.50 East Central avenue, and make good valuable property in Orlando and on iinilllllllliiM'tlMiilMilllliiMMIMtllillllilM
their pledges. If this is not convenient Lake Conway, reached home Wednes- I

the amounts may be sent to Mrs. day after several months spent in I

Frederick Bellows, at the same ad- Illinois and Iowa. Her friends will be
dress. Mrs. Bellows is temporary glad to know that her health is much 1 FRANK A. CURTIS. WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
And the
treasurer, during the absence of Mrs better than when she left Orlando in
II. L. Beeman. the spring. "TIlE COVETED HERITAGE"

Car Itself A three part feature drama.

THE GRAND TODAY -.j

'.p A TilE NEWS"
seems like a
The world before your eyes.
CURTIS & O'NEAL
DANIEL FROHMANPRESENTS
f;,. thing of life, War films.


abounding t I Insurance Loans Real Estate
The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
Marguerite ClarkIn
vitality' trigger- The One-Price Theater Rentals

his Famous New York Lyceum Theatre Success

swift in the gliding .
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get-away, 9 o'clock tonight.


and splendidlyfree

10 cents 5 cents
ESTABLISHED 1886
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"The Pearl of Pungjab," fea-
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delightful photo-production of the captivating comedy of CHERRY

romantic CARAMEL
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Five Clever Acts { unmount




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: Sons Tomorrow, "The Return of Maurice Donell}:" A Vitagraph 566 and 666

Broadway Star Special Feature in three acts with Leah Baird

and Leo DeLaney starring.

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TAFT ITEMS FOOTBALL AGAIN-FIRST GAME I FIRE CHIEFS MEET
UNSOLICITED LETTERWant OF KIND IN AMERICA? I'

Taft, Fla., Sept. 2.Will Harrington 'I Cincinnati, Ohio. Fire chiefs from F

to compliment you for boarded the A. C. L. train on Tampa Fla.-For the first time in I nearly all of the large cities of the FOR SALE

the excellent work you have done Wednesday morning for a trip to the history of football, a foreign eleven -I United States and Canada were pres-
for me. Montrose Pa., and other northern will visit this country to meet an ent when the forty-third annual con- 1
Have been coming to Florida I: points, for a stay of two or three American team on its home grounds vention of the International Associa-

for 30 years and have had work months. lie will return with the birds when the Cuban Athletic club of Ha- tion of Fire Engineers was opened
done from Jacksonville to Key before the snow flies. vana sends a team to Tampa to play today. Will offer for sale for a few days :

West, St. Augustine to Pensacola Mr. and Mrs. Huxtable, from near the Southern College eleven January Sessions will continue until Friday, AvenueJackson i
the
and! I can truthfully say I Conway, visited with Mr. and Mrs. 1, 1916. Southern College will play during which time the most modern property corner Orange

have never had such excellent Chauncey Avery, on Fourth street, two games in Havana December 25 methods used in fighting fires will be
work done for me, as you have last Wednesday. Mrs. Huxtable is and 27 previous to the fray on Plant discussed. and Boone Streets, known as

done. The proprietors of the the district president of the W. C. Field. Coach W. W. Alderman, of the the rink for
skating $26,000.
laundries of Jacksonville and T. U. Blue and White, made the announce- PERSHING FUNERAL SERVICES property,

Tampa, not to speak of smaller ment here today following the receiptof
A. M. Bristol was an Orlando vis- $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
places: can come to your place itor on Thursday.Mr. a cablegram from the Havana Cheyenne, Wyo.-Funeral servicesof year
and learn how to do work. The team. Mrs. John J. Pershing and her and interest six ,
Corwin has returned from his at per cent.
people of Orlando can justly feel three daughters who perished in afire
and Miss Clara Hicker I
Michigan trip
proud of their Steam Laundry. at San Francisco last week
FINE NEW SWEET POTATOES were
the
returned with him to spend win- I
(Name on application.) held here today. Officers from Fort
ter in Florida.
Messrs. W. F. and A. L. Bronson Russell acted as pall bearers and two
Not exactly news, but: A tooter is
Orlando prosperous and well known fruit troops of the twelfth cavalry formeda C. A. HOVEY
one who toots. A tutor is one who
and truckers residing a short guard of honor.MENDENHALL .
teaches the tooter to toot; therefore, growers
if the tutor teaches the tooter to toot, ways southwest of Orlando, yesterday )
Steam LaundryFRENCH brought to the city a wagon load of : IS ILL; MAY DELAY -
the tooter should toot as the tutor
new sweet potatoes of the Nancy Hall I THE TRIAL
DRY CLEANERS teaches the tooter to toot. I
variety, which found a ready market. I ,
A. J. Richardson has the M. -
LAUNDERERS bought ----- -----
They were purchased by Our Grocery Clearwater, Fla.-J. J. Mendenhallis
I II. Alderman farm a few miles east
PHONE 88 Company, on Pine street, and were ill and under the care of two phy-
of town and will onto it in 'I
move a I
The :h4arket
retailed at $2 a bushel. sicians at the Pinellas county jail.THE .
short time, staying long enough to

FOR SALE! repair the premises and put them in OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY I
good order. It is a very desirable
SCREENS WHAT AM farm and well located. We shall miss:I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

S SCREENS "Rich" and his estimable' wife and FRESH AND SALT MEATS

BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. family for a time, but look for them i, Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

John W. Pounds, Agent back by winter. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh I

Box 703Dr.GlParrisym Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Holdorf, of Win- and pure.

ter Park spent Sunday with Mrs. I w wY We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Holdorf parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. everything in the Meat Line.HNLSelf.
Bowman. I

G Mr. M. M. Ditter who is to teach : & Go.
l &
our school the coming winter, moved
of the firm of Drs. Parrish & his family into town last Monday and .anon PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located -is now "on the job." School will com- -
mence next Monday, September 6. -- -- -- ---
indefinitely at Lumsden'sStable
J. A. Simmes had business in Or- \
on West Church Street. lando Monday.The September Victor Records

The Doctor is a graduate vet- L. A. S. will meet as usual on
erinarian. A trial will convinceyou Thursday at the parsonage and will o YOU OUGHT TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING: ,

of his superiority over the give an ice cream social in the Mc- "Booster Fox Trot" and '

uneducated horse doctor. Examinations Knight block Saturday evening. Ev- "Glad Rags One-Step," By the Victor Military Band.
erybody welcome.C. n "La Paloma," (Saxaphone Sextette) by Six Brown Brothers. ,
made free of chargeat H. Nelson was at the county "Mrs. Rastus At The Telephone," By Ralph Bingham.

the stable. seat on Monday. "Old Black Joe," By Alma Gluck, with Male Chorus.

Calls answered by day or 0Aai1r Two new Hawaiian Songs by Toots Paka Troupe.
night. LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL Also many other extra fine records. Come and listen. .

PHONE NO.25Eargaill d W. S. BRANCH
Go to Lakeland = ,
Editor Sentinel:-Newspapers mold THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE A

public sentiment action. and public sentimentcauses ;..tyei.B ,a. y Exclusive Distributors of Victor Goods.

Good roads are the greatest requirement -
of our state at this time; BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM
we need more favorable comment and SKATING RINK.
more concerted action. "The Hoosier Cabinet Saves
At Lakeland, Florida, on Thursday, Steps"The
September 9th. there will be held a
,meeting of the Central Florida Highway low price of this wonderful labor-saving machineon
Association, which is expected to I the club plan is fixed everywhere by the Hoosier fact- LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY ?
I be the best attended good roads meet ory. You pay not a penny extra for these. liberal terms. AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
ing ever held in the state. We want
New house, 8 rooms and bath.I I you to be present and as many of Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT A
have it two hours from kitchen work tomorrow.
your readers as possible. It takes, save your A
Location perfect, 4 blocks from publicity to get attendance and with INSTRUCTORS.Open .
I II
your support we feel sure that we can OSCAR HAND & SON
10 to 12 2.30 to 6 7.30 to 10.30 A
center of city, east side. count upon a most enthusiastic good a.m. m., p.m. p.m., p.m. p.m.
roads celebration.Join .
For quick sale $3000. Cash or I us and have your readers joinus Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.ADNXIS8ION" '
in Lakeland on Thursday, September -
terms. 9th; all those that can come in ST. JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONSSanford
their machines are requested to do so. i .
Yours very truly, 10 CENTSORLANDO
CENTRAL FLORIDA HIGHWAY
CARL DANNGet ASSOCIATION, by L. P. Dickie,
I Secretary. to JacksonvilleAND


I TAVARES WANTS TO GET IN RETURN ROOFING


Behind a Mr. Dickie also had a request from ANL::

""PeUh# I Iand the Tavares board of trade this morn- $7 00

ing that an alternative route be laid SHEET METAL CO

enjoy a really cool dry tweet I out between Leesburg and Mount
meals and berth
Dole The Wellington Pipe won'tboil Dora running on the south side of Including

wont get foul MaJ In Lake Eustis and passing through Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos, A
,
Am.ricaCane Tavares, instead of north of the lake
in MX] through Eustis. LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER and Rubber Roofings *
pick your favorite The Tavares ad-
people they
ihape.25c.35c.jOc.. were "
.up. 'V' mit quite freely, asleep on the job OSCEOL..A: Cornices, Skylights..Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
when the original route was laid out

and not did want not present to take their away case.the route Theydo Leaves Sanford Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11:30: A. M. Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO '

through Eustis, but do want an alternative A combination daylight and searchlight trip "
I Say Ai: route through their town. This
matter will also come before the of 400 miles through the heart of Florida

You want to see this new I Lakeland meeting.
Clyde St. Johns River Line

package Spider is introducing to I I A. C. L. HAS PUT IN AN ORDER The Orlando Meat Market &
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the market-its the swellest FOR 730; FREIGHT CARS -

thing out in the way of little The Atlantic Coast Line has or- Rollins College, Winter ParkOldest T. A. YANCY,Jr., Manager A

dered 750 freight cars, with steel un-
Cigars. College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
derframing, from the :Mount Vernon
Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus
See him at theGood Car and Manufacturing company, of iness. Teachers' Course. Florida and Western Meats

Mount Vernon, 111., says the Manufacturers -
Record. The recent report that Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection fine gymnasium Oysters, Pish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. ,
no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
the had ordered ten locomo- A
and Bad company music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberb
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
tives from the Baldwin works, Philadelphia
-I new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
is confirmed. Meanwhile it and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
Cigar StoreOrange is in the market for two soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, PHONES {Business (135 P. 0. BOX 226
passengercars i boating swimming golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde- Residence 133 tor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
two baggage and mail cars, and
nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Avenue one passenger and baggage car. 'address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.

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WANTSThe ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW I Worthington Blackman

ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
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A I Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet I. 617 .
Directory is the Greatest Want i
Rooms
ORLAN"DCCement 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Ad Medium in Orlando. i Phone 161 i
ii worth Building.
Terms Cash in Advance. I

Plaster and Lime
Agatitc RATES
I For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITH I
For Three Days __________sOC
I For Six Days _______________75c DAVIS & GILESATIORNEYS.ATLA'V
For One Month ____________$2.50 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I
I i This rate applies on all ads of Phone 172 ,
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains I
i more than 25 words the rate
Room 5, Watkins Block Phone 72
i will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each in- I Ii
I sertion.If i
LA Ii Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
you can't bring your ad to i .
I the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Davis & McNeill Block
counts opened by telephone will bepayable
i the following day.

I' Every Home-Every Business' R. RAY WHITE J Victor Starbuck
'
Every Man has use for a

I ,I I Sentinel Want Ad. ATTORNEY-AT LAW'Room ATTORN EY.AT.LAW ,

!I. 44
Phone 161
1 r i FOR SALE
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I i i I FOR SALE-A real bargain: one No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla.
Goodyear clincher tire, S0\3 1-2 in
sr excellent condition. Will sell to first
bujer. Inquire at Sentinel office
Y iJ.T Call at once. 1.

MULES FOR SALE F. A. PEPPERCORN

Pair nice mare mules in good condition DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST BUILDER and CONTRACTOR 1
-J suitable for farm or heavy haul-
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
-_ J'. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining Phone 37
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc Phone 716

::-- FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
one quarter mile from city limits; I
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Bldg
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. L. Percival Hutton
6-9-tf

37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
FOR RENT I
Take A Tip From Mary Sunshine I WANTEDBOOKKEEPERWanted SURVEYING ARCHITECT i


bj young Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,

Mary's home is. oh, so modern and Gas appliances have made it so. All day long Gas saves Mary lots of man, position as bookk ept. Can Florida.
time and many, many steps. :Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater use typewriter and take light i dicta- PROMPT AND ACCURATE t
keeps her room warm while she slips into her pretty negligee and scampers to her warm tub and then, tion. Best of references, both local WORK Member F. A. A.
in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waiting to burn up at the touch of a match. and college. Ans. Sentinel, C. L. S.
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas 8-29-6t
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm HAL A. IRISHCivil
water for bathing, but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
Why not take a tip from Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. hour, 12 miles ,for 30c. 8-28-tfc Engineer

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BUYERS AND SELLERSI 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
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ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Phone 72 I
over 30 years. Have handled over
20000000. Call and see
me.
GAS DEPARTMENT 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.To Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDEU I

I OPTOMETRIST f
reduce our stock as much as possible
Y A by the 15th, will give a discountof II and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE 1
25 per cent. off our regular cash FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENSES
price on any goods in stem Ham-
I Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF ,

The hired girl has went-she was I ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl.REPAmmG I
'" I III' hired, she was tired, she was fired; I II


I" s' A i [ R [ I-using but smile-you our-want ad.-can column.get another by I Cut Flowers i


I J SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES I You'll to pay too hear me small a to man a advertise class say of,"No as people.it, appeals itdoesn't "-I ARCADEMILK and Plants 1


I And yet when the same man loses
OCOEE FLORIDA his bunch of keys he rushes to the Floral Designs
newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although -
-I he knows that in the whole

who wide can world possibly there be is influenced only one person by his .Violet Dell Florist. :'

I 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 J. M. CARUTHERS

.. .. .. .. Located in the Arcade BuildingAll MILK Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. ;
prIces .. .. .. ..
work guaranteed and neatly Fresh
Every Day.
l done. Our work is the best
and the lowest. 5c. per glass
our prices are
This is the have 25c. per gallon .
place to your
The rainy season is the best time to set old clothes made new.

trees n high land. Trees set now will keep CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASSPHONE
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit BUTTER
one year's growth in advance of trees set dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Fresh Homemade 375

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

--- pressed ____________50c PIES AND CAKES
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood CompanyWood
\ \ 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. ARCADE MilK DEPOT T PROMPT SERVICEREASONA.BLE
Clothes called for and delivered.
L_ PRICE*
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Mr. David Self, one of Chuluota's

popular young citizens, spent yester-
day in Orlando looking after business
matters.Mr. ,


J. II. Smith, a former residentof
in Panama Orlando, but now making his homein FOR EVERY .
Narcoossee, was in Orlando yesterday s
and everywhere on American terntc"y, is simplified' by "A.B.A." friends.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are greeting
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would .
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These chequesare Lost-A golden opportunity if you $10A WEEKYOU
telf'identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for Tail to attend the big sale at McLaughlin \ -
.
business or pleasure. & Furen's, corner Pine St.
The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" and Orange Ave. 9-3-3t

1 Mr. R. E. Waterman, one of Win- 4 SPEND
ter Garden's popular and sterling cit-
izens, spent yesterday in Orlando
mingling business with pleasure.


Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Combs, of Grif-
fin, Ga., who have been spending the

[ past two weeks in Orlando, left yesterday YOU SAVE .
r afternoon for St. Petersburg.


Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.

w 18-21-tf $10 A YEAR

A party from Orlando domiciled"at .
the Monson House is composed of Dr.

ijyAIri:1Z'1 Robert Buel, Robert Fairbanks, and
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ord.Mrs. J. M. Sellers and family and I IF F'' YOU ASK FOR SAYINGS CHECKS :

: / Mrs. A. M. Harris and daughter, Miss
Elise, have returned from a week
spent very delightfully at Daytona
Beach.

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

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Among visiting the Orlando popular yesterday transportationmen were The Peoples; National Bank

Messrs. G. M. Holden, of the M. D. &

S. railway, and Mr. J. A. Abberger, ..
of the N. C. & St. 1.. railroad.


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with headquarters in Jacksonville,
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD spent yesterday in Orlando in the in, ill>MIIIMItllllllliiittMIIMIilMIIMMtlMtlMIMHIItMIIHMilMIIMilNew '
terest of his road.

Phone WRIGHT, 444
How much did you save last month
in cash or Savings Checks $-12-t!
TRY Better TRY

IT. BEST IT Mrs. J. W. Jackson was a passen-
Studeba Cars '
ger over the Atlantic Coast. Line yes- .er

terday afternoon en route to Clyde, .
--_ N. C., where she will spend the next
four weeks in the mountains.

I Here This Week
Get your next shave at the Stand- ,
ard. 18-21-tf I .
I

Indian Commissioner L. A. Spencer -
was in Orlando for a while yesterday Wait and see what values you can get

greeting friends. He left on
the morning train over the Atlantic for $1050 and $885 .
Coast Line for his home in Miami.


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

Notice To Ford Purchasers; /ou. 8-12-tf

Mr. James Moore, of Florence, Ala.,
Between Aug. 1, 1914 a representative fo the Macey Wagon

and 1 1915All Works, is at the San Juan hotel. Mr. San Juan Garage Company jj .
Aug. Moore will be in the city for sveeral
i days. He has many friends in Or-
Ford purchasers who hold Profit- lando who are pleased to see him. Orlando DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS 11

Sharing Coupons will please endorse same 4

and return immediately to The Ford Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send you. 8-12-ti

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur-
Judge T. P. Warlow, who has been
chased during above dates.
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For further information, phone North Carolina, at Highlands, returned -
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F. G. RUSH Mrs. Warlow and daughters will not
return home until later in the fall.
Be Your Executor?
Will
32 East Church Street Phone 226 Who

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
18-18-tf
ANSWER NO. 2
:Mr. Louis Bas has returned froma
Your estate may be materially impaired as a
visit to Highlands, N. C., and re- direct result of the appointment of an executoror ,7
ports a most delightful outing. Hemet
trustee.
1.111'111111111111111'11111111'1111'1111111111111IT quite a number of Orlando folks
and they all seemed to be enjoyingthe When an individual is appointed- ( 'f'

beautiful mountain scenery and The financial responsibility is generally weaker. '+ '
IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress -
correctly. exhilarating air. It is usually provided in wills tha;,the person :!' ,w: ; ,
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer I nominated to serve as executor shall be excused : "' '
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into I Just received over 500 children's bonds.
society. : school dresses, all colors and sizes, from giving
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will I which we will sell at great bargains, When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense i = fi
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. : from 4c. up. II. Kanner's New York of the estate, and then only partial security ,.., t
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe I Bargain Store. 93dltwltcMrs.
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of : against loss is provided. ''
gentility. : R. :M. Buckmaster arrived When a Trust Company is selected ;x
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each : home the _
A.
over C. L, last night. The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility I
of the :No
the
article is made to conform to personality wearer. I
Mrs.
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings Buckmaster spent the summer is secured.A .
exactly alike. : visiting with her son, Dr. O. L. Buck-
bond which has behind it the entire financial
If you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. master, and family at St. Cloud, and filed with f
strength of the Institution is always 1
If you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you : Dr. R. P. Buckmaster and family, at the
Probate Court st nn -nt to estates
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans Orlando.-Arcadia News. the :
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy an"wacome" : Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue .. N
in and be sociable. I
r' to
:Mr.: and Mrs. A. of this newspaper. 4
WE. REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. : Wichtendahl were
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and : among the Orlando folks returning
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell I home yesterday afternoon. They Come in any time and freely ask for further t
Work, anything artistic. have been spending a couple of weeks information on this vitally important subject. ,
Original designing done for special platinum work. :
at White Springs, and like
most always
everyone I You are always welcome, and our officers are -
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible : else from this section who have I glad to advise. _

II visited this popular place, were delighted -

prices.T. with their outing. I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company \

DoctorsBuekuiaster
H. EVANSJEWELER

& Briiiidagc : ; Orlando, Florida


Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141[(OOO.OO) .

at Kirksville, Mo.
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