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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 5, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 SENTINELVOLUME






THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1915. NUMBER 177.






GERMANY WON'T MAKE OVERTURES OF .






PEACE BUT WILL ACCEPT SUGGESTIONS




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'FREEDOM OF SEAS" IS N Y MAY ABOliSH CAPITAL SEVEN MEXICANS KillED


WHAT WORRIES GOVT. GERMAN PUNISHMENT FIVE FAIRS FOR BY RANGERS CARRANZA'S OBSTINACY IS




EXPRESSES DESIRE{ TO GIVE TERMS FLORIDA THISWINTER

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION BATTLE NEAR OLD IIIDAL- TO HASTEN CONVENTION

VOTES FOR ITS GO STILL RAGING AT

Would Act for Humanity's Sake DISCONTINUANCEWould LAST REPORT

-Will Demand Huge Land

Concessions From Also Cease Allowing the Mexicans Thought to Be Soldiers -
OFTHEPAN P
Jury to Decide Whether AMERICANS
Enemies NO CONFLICTS, BIGGER ATTRACTIONS of Carranza's ArmyNo

Death or Life Impris- Casualties Among

By William B. Stevenson onment Be Sentence LARGER AmericansBrownsville -

Washington, Sept. "Germany BASEBALL RESULTS
ATTENDANCEHESUBTROPICAIF1FEB.1519
will, make no overtures of peace I I I DELEGATES WILL MEET

learn from a high source, but she will Albany, N. Y., Sept. 4.-The constitutional Tex., Sept. 4.-Seven National League
convention in session here SOME TIME: THIS COMING -
receive hospitably any suggestions I by Mexicans were killed this afternoonin New York 2, Philadelphia 3.
for peace from any belligerents or |an overwhelming vote today decided p 1 a battle, which at last reports was Boston 6, Brooklyn 0. WEEK '
any neutral nation like the United I to abolish capital punishment in New still raging, between Texas Rangers Pittsburg 2-2, Chicago 51.

States acting for humanity's sake, I I York state, or permit a jury to determine :and Mexicans near Old Hidalgo, Cincinnati 4, St. Louis 3.
and will make known to them the I whether the sentence in a capital Texas.
Orlando Will Have Last of Five Federal League
terms on which she will make peace. case shall be death or life im The Mexicans are said to be soldiers Brooklyn 5, Baltimore 1. THE FIRST CHIEF MAY BE IGNORED

"I am also able to give a definitionof prisonment.The Monster Fairs Following of Carranza's army. Buffalo 6, Newark 3.
the vague term "freedom of the remodelled constitution will be Another report from the scene of Pittsburgh 6, St. Louis 2.
seas" which has appeared so oftenin submitted to a vote of the people of South Florida Fairat battle stated that at least thirty Mexicans Kansas City 10, Chicago 9. Probable That Delegates Will
official or semi-offocial statements New York state for adoption or re- had been killed in the fighting American League

from Germany. jection. Tampa which was still going on at a late Washington 4, New York 3. Proceed to Selection of a

"What Germany means by 'free- hour this afternoon. Philadelphia 2, Boston 3.
dom of the seas' while the presentwar EXPRESS BUSINESS SHOWS AN Officers and directors of the South The dispatches mentioned no casu- Chicago 0, Cleveland 5. Provisional President

lasts, is sufficiently clear from INCREASEW. Florida Fair and Gasparilla Carnivalwere alties among the Americans. St. Louis 7-1, Detroit 2-2. Despite Carranza
her official with the
correspondence Southern League
in Orlando and
Friday agreedto
United States in which she suggested T. Jamieson, agent for the REAL ESTATE BANK ORGANIZED Memphis 2, Nashville 3.
that be her Southern stated do everything possible to further Washington, Sept. .-The Pan-
r England compelled to lift Express company, LAST NIGHT Mobile 5, New Orleans 5; darkness.
illegal blockade of commerce of neu- yesterday that every month for 1915 the interests of the Subtropical Mid- Atlanta-Birmingham, rain. American Conference which, has undertaken -

tral nations and obey the rules of international had shown a satisfactory increaseover winter Fair which will be held in Or- The incorporators of the Real Estate Little Rock-Chattanooga, rain. to bring about peace in
law and the treaty of Lon- the corresponding month for Mexico, will reassemble at Washington -
lando 1916. Bank met last and filed
15-19
don that Great Britain herself' ini- 914. He said Friday was one of the February night during the latter part of next
There will be conflict between their application for letters patent. PAVING STARTS MONDAY week
tiated. biggest days the company has had for no or perhaps earlier.
The institution will
new be for
"England\ now violating and has many a day. the Subtropical fair and any of the business ready Private advices to the state depart-
about October 5th. Work of paving East Robinson
ave ment from Consul Silliman at Vera
violated for ten months
every day other five fairs and carnivals which The officers appointed are as! follows nue will start tomorrow. DeLaney Cruz, and other indicate that
past that treaty. WILL LOCATE IN ORLANDODr. will be held in Florida"late this year : John II. Tucker, president; street is paved from Anderson streetto Carranza will not sources to the plan
"What Germany means by the 'free- and the first of 1916. W. R. O'Neal agree
C. D. Christ, vice-president; J. B. Lucerne Circle and will soon be for pacification.A .
dom of the seas' in peace, after the R. F. Hotard, of New Orleans secretary of the Subtropical Midwinter Mills, vice-president; A. B. Cook, opened for three blocks south. Church department official said today

present"She wants war, is in iron substance clad this international : who has been spending several daysin Fair, released' all details of the cashier; J. F. Ange, director. street is completed. All these streets that the refusal of Carranza to ce-

an to which, of this section, looking it over witha conference with the Tampa directors I The bank is occupying quarters on have been beautified. Particularly is operate would force an early meetingof
agreement course view of locating, left yesterday yesterday afternoon. the lower floor of the Christ building,, this noticeable on South Hughey the Pan-American Conference.
will be
Great Britain a party, providing morning over the Atlantic Coast Line "Officers of the South Florida Central avenue, where Mr. Cook will street. Property owners are improv- lie said that he expected at the
that in all future
wars private for his home in Louisiana where he : Fair," said Mr. O'Neal, "were greatly be found making the preliminary arrangements ing their premises and making themin next meeting the Conference would
property of all nations must be freeat will arrange his business and return impressed with the local grounds and and furnishing information keeping with the brick streets, a ignore Carranza and make

sea; that merchant ships, even belligerents to Orlando to practice his profession. the equipment we have. They expressed to those interested.The city's greatest transformer. ments for all sympathetic Mexicansto arrange-
when bound on peaceful ('r. a willingness to cooperatewith plan of the new bank will
: appeal hold a conference in a neutral
munitions of
not '
rands or carrying us. The forthcoming Subtropical to the home builder and
war, shall not be molested by enemy Fair in this city, to be held Feb- to the smal borrower. Stockin especially town.
The object of the conference will
JAIL STORMED FOR NEGRO BIG WINTER IS PREDICTED
that nation when
warships; every ruary 15-19, should be the best we the bank is considered an excellent be to agree upon some provisional
p at war shall be free to carry on its
have held. There should
ever be a investment as real estate banks us- president, who will have the moral
ordinary commerce uninterruptedly larger attendance and a string of ually pay satisfactory dividends. It support of the United Stctes and six
and that its warships munition ships faster race horses because there will will be a valuable addtiion to the com- .
Takes Latin countries.The
Mob 1,000 Strong Negro Many Inquiries Coming in From important
and other admiralty vessels shall
be an opportunity for them to partici- mercial interests of Orlando. rest of the is to shutoff
alone towns.be subject to attack like fortified I From Jail Twice-Last pate in more race purses thus earning All Sections of Countryfor > war supplies from program opponents of

Attempt Lynching more money. GERMANY TABULATES Rented WinterHomes this recognized provisional presidentand

"It is also probable that Germany .at "The Tampa fair will start January DEBTSTO to enter another of
period
in any treaty of peace will seek to Successful 25 and close February 4; the Sub- ENEMIES watchful waiting upon for results.

provide against any tariff against tropical fair will follow; the Putnam
German goods by any nations now at fair, January 1 and the Marion Berlin.The federal council has decided -
county -
Greenfield Tenn., Sept. 4.-\lallie' ; to order the This winter will witness the returnof
war or their colonies. and Alachua county fairs the collection of statistical FOUND AFTER 31 YEARS; KIDNAPPED -
"Germany will demar.d huge land Wilson, the negro who made a mid- last of November, although an effortis information regarding the many residents and it is generally AS BABY, DISCOVERED -
concessions from her enemies." night attack upon the wife of a prom- being made to have the Alachua amount of debts owing to German predicted that as large a number of IN 'FRISCO
inent druggist here, was taken from merchants by countries and
enemy
county fair held in December. There winter residents will l be on hand as
the today mob of the
t German
jail early by a one indebtedness to these
will be conflicts in dates betweenany
A. C. L. CHANGES TRAIN II thousand men and strung up. fairs no thus allowing all attrac- countries. ever before. B; the more optimisticit San Francisco, CaL By a mis-

The officers reached the scene soon tions to be at the various This action is the result of an agitation / is predicted that this season will shaped toe and a birth mark on her
The schedule of train No. 82. the after the negro had been lifted from fairs. present among business organizationsof bring hundreds of new faces to the body, Mrs. G. E. Godstadt had established -
Florida West Indian Limited, has the ground and rescued him beforehe Germany favoring the adjustmentof today her identity as Annie '
"This will also enable the light
been greatly improved by the Atlan- was dead and took him back to the these debts by balancing the claims choicest section in the state. Curtis Mooney, who was kidnapped from her
harness to participate in both
'*jc Coast Line railway by cutting the men against them.WOMAN & O'Neal are receiving daily requests parents in this city thirty-one years
jail.The the Tampa and Orlando fairs. The
time between Jacksonville and New mob, learning of this, reorgan- from Northern people who desire to ago, when she was five years old,
will insure horses
two
York by forty minutes. The train ized, stormed the jail, and took the purses more rent homes here for the winter kept by Chinese for several years and
now leaves the city at 9:10 a. m., instead negro out again and strung him up, and many will, no doubt winter in LIVES 107 YEARS months. In the last day that firm rescued by police from a trunk in
Orlando. There will be five
of 8:30 a. m., and arrives in where he slowly strangled to death. promi- received inquiries for winter homes which she was hidden.
nent fairs in the state this year and New York N. .-Mrs. Jeanette from California, Colorado, North Car-
New York at 2:40 p. m. the following He was dead when the officers After her rescue Annie was adopted -
I next. This will mean that horses will Schwartz who died last in the
night
olina.Georgia, Pennsylvania and New
dav. the time usual. again reached him. Portuguese Her foster
same as by a family. -
be brought to Florida from the Grand Brooklyn home for the in her
aged, J erse)'.
This change goes into effect Sep- mother died when she was 14
Circuit who their 107th established it is
can pay expenses year, a record
tember 12. The limited is all-steel old and four later Annie
an TWO HUNDRED DIE IN MEXICAN and winter in a pleasant climate. The believed for longevity among dwarfs. rears years
train, with the finest of STREETS THRONGED LAST married Kostadt.
equipment TRAIN WRECK will the benefit from the She
people reap was two and a half feet high
and excellent service. Drawing room NIGHT James Mooney, her father, and oth-
arrangement that has been made. and weighed less than twentyfi'epounds.
sleepers, free reclining chairs and Washington, Sept. 4.-Two hundred And there will be to than Her Stutt- ers offered rewards aggregating one t
more see birthplace was
dining car are included in the equip- The business district was stam- thousand dollars at the time of the
ment. All of the cars are equippedwith persons, were, including killed in women train wreck and children sev-- ever before. gart, Germany. peded last evening by motorists, child's disappearance. Mooney and

electric lights and fans. eral days 200 miles p east of Mex- shoppers and visitors from all por- his wife died several years ago, but

GARDNER NATIONAL AMATEUR ico American City on ago the refugees road to Vera who Cruz.were JOHNNY JONES IS COMING TO CLEAN FAIR GROUNDSSubtropical the tions first the of the outlook Saturday surrounding for night the country.future of September was For- four welcome sisters their and long a brother lost sister.are here to

GOLF CHAMPION aboard a train following, reached _
Vera Cruz with the news. very bright. TilE WEATHER

Detroit, Sept. .-Robert Gardner, American Consul Silliman reported Will Again Winter in Oilando Midwinter Fair
of Chicago, defeated J. C. Anderson, today that the disaster was "an appalling PRAISE FOR WILSON For Florida: Showers probably
of Mount Vernon N. Y., by a score one." Due to Arrive Nov. 15- Grounds Will Be Thor- Sunday; fresh to strong south winds,

of 5 to 4 for the national amateur Now in OverhauledThis Montgomery, Ala.. Sept. 4,-In a except shifting gales over northwest t
Exhibiting oughly
golf championship. CRIMINAL COURT SESSION joint resolution of the house and sen- portion.
PennsylvaniaThe I Week ate, the Alabama legislature sent ,
words of congratulation President
Judge T. Picton Warlow yesterday Wilson for his stand on submarine

IIftCOMELODGENO.9t K.pi sentenced Louis :Mitchell four years Subtropical Fair management The Subtropical Midwinter Fair warfare and praised his on efforts to ob- ROLLINS COLLEGE NEWS
for housebreaking; Bertha Jones, larceny has closed a contract with the Johnny grounds will be thoroughly over- tain safety for American
passengers
three 'months; Susie Davis, illegal Jones Shows company to again win- hauled this week. The race track traveling on ocean liners. -
sale liquor six months; Maud ter in Orlando. The company will will be cleaned of grass and weeds,
Is in Flourishing Condition and Johnson, stealing liquor, three arrive November 15 with a larger and the buildings will be put in order, and Dean and Members of Faculty

Will Show Percentage of months. All were colored. better aggregation than ever before. all equipment will be given the necessary HOLBROOK TO JACKSONVILLEJ. Returning-Outlook for
The equipment will be replenished attention. Every possible improvement ,
Gain Larger Than ALL ROADS LEAD TO LAKELANDThe and will be higher class than in pre- that can be made will be P. Holbrook left on the midnight 1915.1916 Is VeryEncouraging I
The is this The fair date train last night for Jacksonville. He
ceding vears. company at under way week.
Any in State in has for 15-19. will return tomorrow with a new _
Central Florida Highway As- present Pennsylvania. been set February
Hupmobile.
sociation meets at Lakeland Thurs- --- \
Welcome Lodge No. 9, K. of P., is day, September 9, and it is expectedthat W. R. O'Neal, secretary-treasurer
probably showing a larger and more many good roads boosters from The Russian Devastation Recalls EARL COOPER WINS 500 MILE of Rollins' College, Winter Park is
consistent growth than at any time in Orlando and Oran e countv will at- RACE highly pleased with the number of I

its history Petitions for membershiphave tend the session which will be an im- people from all over the North apply-
been coming in at a gratifying portanf one. Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 4.-Earl ing for admission to the college for
rate. The percentage of gain for Famous Retreat A Century AgoGeneva Cooper won the 500 mile auto race the comnig school year. In addition

1915 will be very likely the largest s i f t i t f t i t here this afternoon. to these applicants there are many ,
of lodge in Florida. from Florida who
any young people are
THE WORLD WAR A YEARAGO
While Welcome Lodge has always 1 S 1 t f t i f t i t f f 55 desirous of entering Rollins this 1
TODAY SEPT. 3 Switzerland, Sept. 1, via nace, and lost many precious hours in year.
received high honors in the grand SPIES SEND NEWS TO AUSTRIANS The dean and members of the fac-
around the town indirect
going by
main of Florida, it is do-I Von Kluck's- turned to. Paris, Sept. 4.DelayedThe( Lau- roads and fields. BY CARRIER ulty are preparing, Mr. O'Neal said,
honored at this time by having one army sanne Gazette publishes a letter froman PIGEONS to return to Winter Park in a few A
the southeast along the allied "When the Austro-Hungarians
arrived -
its members, Newton P. Yowell, in direct battle front and crossed the Austrian officer fighting on the at Vladimir Volynskyt they days. Many of the rooms are engaged -

line for grand chancellorship, and I Marne east of Meaualso eastern front in which he says: found the town burning, and the town Bari Italy.-Eight Albanians and this year gives promise of
it is predicted that he will soon attain passed south of the Grand :Morin "The Russian retreat is a master- of Verba also was ablaze. Every village were sentenced to long terms in being very successful. .

that honor. pressing the fifth French army piece of terrifying, systematic de- on the Volynskyi plain as far prison today for having commu Mr. O'Neal remarked that it was a
The order is making much progress back to Provins. five miles from vastation which recalls the retreat of as Kovel was in flames. The Austro- ni'atedith Austria by carrier strange thing that during distressful
in the state and is a strong factor for I piR'(ons. The men involved are periods and so-called hard times the
the Seine. The German armieson 1812. There is an immense sea of Hungarian troops had no shelter for .
food in every community. Welcome the left of Von Kluck ad. flames behind the retiring Russians, days. Albanian bark Bella Scutarina number of students seeking colleges
Lodge is,also honored by the Supreme ,"ancedest ward. caused by burning houses and crops. "The roads are indescribably cut up Capt. Shagir Mustapha of the seemed to be on the increase. He
Lodge in the election of W. R. O'Nealas Great Britain, France and Russia "General Mischenko is followed by and obstructed. Convoys arrived a who was sentenced to 20 years, was of the opinion that this state-

one of the board of control of the signed compact not to conclude well organizezd detachments of Cos- day and a half late. It would take and seven members of his crew ment was borne out not only in Flor-

insurance department. This is regarded peace separately. sacks, whose duty it is to burn every- fifty soldiers to draw one cart out ofa condemned to serve ten years ida but in many other states.
as one of the most '
positions in the Supreme Lodge.important German submarine sunk by the thing behind the army. They accom- mud hole."Thousands. each.. . t . f .
North MLFighting plish their task implacably. of men worked upon WHITE WAY COMMITTEE
in Belgium continued, "When the Honveds tried to enter repairs on the railway from Sokol to
Latest music and magazines arriving the Germans occupying Ter- Krylow, in pursuit of the Russians Vladimir Volynskyi, and if the road F. V. D. Phillips left last night for Commssioner S. A. Johnson has

O'NyeaLAlso late books. Curtis & monde after bombardment. every street was aflame. They were had not been repaired in time we Jacksonville where he will spend several called a meeting of the White Way
4 . . . . unable to pass through the huge fur' would have met with disaster." days on business. committee for Tuesday afternoon.q .

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PROGRESSING INAPOPK.1 LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL A MEAL AMID: THE SHELLS I I
and
biscuits
cago can as hard as PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414
bricks, and a drop of water with a Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER

Editor Sentinel: In answer toinquiry Kearney N. .-Albert Bobbins, of good percentage of Condy's fluid in it I I PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERTerms
(Apopka News) as to method of preventingants :to kill all the before
germs put you r
Despite the hard times that some from climbing trees, would say this city, has just received a letter Reasonable
in a huge rabbit hole dug in the I
are mourning over business has been that I believe "Tree Tanglefoot from his brother, Harry Robbins, of called
ground, a dug-out, where you Miss
Mabel
very good in Apopka lately.A made by O. & W. Thum 715 Straight Evan Worcestershire, England, whois have to keep your head down and look DurhamRoom
40x90 packing house has just street Grand Rapids Mich., is the fighting in the trenches, exactly out for trench mortars coming over."
been erected and nearly completed.F. Lest for the purpose. This is a tacky where Albert does not know. Harry No. 9 Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
S. Witherby has nearly finisheda substance somewhat similar to thaton has got a "hit on the forehead witha DAVIS & McNEIL BUILDING
handsome little building on Central the surface of fly paper and usedon piece of shrapnel" but is "carryingon. So many people appear to be so Church Street ."

avenue. trees to prevent caterpillars and ." Here is his picture of life near anxious to start something. Why
The Seaboard railroad has been bugs from climbing to lay eggs. It the firing line: don't they start farming especially ---- -- --- HAS OPENED A
PLUMBING
making extensive improvements about is simply smeared all around trunk, "Wet get it pretty stiff out here when sweet potatoes are selling for SHOP
the depot and right of way. and sometimes protected by a shield now and again, especially when there $2.00: a bushel and eggs retailing at A. B. Cook & Co.

A large gang of workmen have over, though I do not know that thisis is a bombardment on and hundreds of 35 cents a dozen. ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
been working on the brick road.A necessary. It stays sticky for some shells of all sorts and sizes whizzing Christ Building, Orlando.

new basket factory is just getting months.I and whistling around like rain, and I Beware of letting your hopes become ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

under way. have built my own house with when one has a lovely dinner of ChiI expectations.
I
A home made ice cream industryhas steps free from walls so that it may INVESTMENTS, LOANS

started up. be used on all piers to keep out ants. STOCKS AND
Henry Sticht & Sons have com- The method of application to house GROCERYCO.WHOLESALE
FORAGE
pleted part of their woodworking and factory work differs slightly BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES J Phone 204

plant and are beginning to get out from that on trees but the main
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alterations have been lation of the structure from the
made on the high school building. ground by the "Tanglefoot"
Saturday and Monday SpecialsThe
Several hundred feet of concrete Information as to prices and meth- Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
sidewalks have been built. ods of application to trees can be had
The ice factory did the largest business by addressing O. & W. Thum.
place you cannot afford to miss. Trade with us and save ;
in its history last month. Hope this will be of help. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
money, QUALITY, QUANTITY AND HONESTY IS OUR MOTTO
The electric light and water plant Yours truly,
Fine Eating Apples, per peck _____________________________50c
surpassed all previous records. L. PERCIVAL HUTTON.
Lemons per dozen _______________________________________17c Real Values
The hardware business was better Low Prices
than Best Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds ________________________$1.00
ever. :MASONS PLAN $;)UOOOOIEIO- Fox River Gold Seal and
Blue Butter
The Consumers Lumber and Veneer Valley per pound35cBest COMPARE
RIAL TO WASHINGTONSan Cream Cheese, per pound _________________________=20c
company have run full time.
Snowdrift Lard, large size _______________________________95c
Good crops are being harvested. OUR
Francisco, Sept. 3.-The pro- Sardines, 7 cans for ______________________________-_____25c FURNITUREWe
towns less
Many are fortunate-
posed erection by Alexandria Masonsof Lepox Soap, 8 cakes for ____ 25c
why be pessimistic? -------------------------------
a $500,000 memorial building at Naptha Washing Powder, 8 packages for _______________25c provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac-
Alexandria, Va., to be dedicated to Quaker Corn Flakes packages for _____________________25c: cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Bellizio, of La- "George Washington the Mason and Tomatoes, No. 2.1 cans> for ______________________________25c an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .

gloria Cuba have completed their man," was approved by the general Armour's Grape Juice, quarts ______________________________35c can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
visit in the Sunshine City and departed grand chapter Royal Arch Masons of Armour's Grape Juice, pints _______________________________20c stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.

today for Orlando. They spent the United States at its concluding Best Elberta Table Peaches 2 pound can ____________________lOc
three weeks here, the guests of :Mrs. session yesterday. The next triennial Maxwell' House Coffee, per pound ___________________________30c

Bellizio's sister Mrs. A. M. McRae.St. convocation will be held at Washing- Potted Meat, per can _____________________________________4c
Petersburg Independent.Mr. McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
ton.The Van Camp, Globe and Gold Evaporated Cream, small size, 3

delegates and their familieswere cans for ______________________________________-____lOc
Corner Are. Church Street Orlando FloridaCoffee
Orange and ,
and Mrs. G. A. Hutchinson and entertained today with an ex- Van Camp Globe and Gold Evaporated Cream, tall size, per

family accompanied by Miss Fanny cursion on San Francisco bay. can ________________________________________________7c
Berry, return, today to their home in New officers elected and installed Pork and Beans, per can ___________________________________8c
Orlando after spending several dayson included: General grand high priest, Pillsbury's Best Flour, 24 pound sack ____________________$1.10 .
the beach, guests of the Hotel George E. Corson, Washington, D. C.; Best Patent Flour, Self' Rising or plain, 12 lb. sack 50c; 24 I ilMMMiiillllMliMIIIMMIIIMMMM*

Breakers.-Daytona Halifax Journal. general grand treasurer, Thomas G. Ib. sack __________________________________________$1.00
Shyrock Baltimore :Md.; general
Arch second As for our prices on Feed. Our prices are the lowest. I Given
grand Royal master cap- Away ij ijWe
tain, Henry Banks, LaGrange, Ga. ables.Visit our store tomorrow and see our display of fresh Veget-

What do
you Give us your order early so that we may have time to deliver itFora'ge
Dr. and :\Irs.1. N. Bogart and lit-
are out for business and we are going to get it.
hope for in a tle son, of Orlando arrived Thursdayand

will spend a month on the beach, | Prices Saturday and Monday : :
varnish? guests of Mrs. Bogart's mother Mrs. Grocery CompanyTELEPHONE

Strother, at her home on Seabreeze Coffee, 20 cents per lb., 6 Ibs for _________________________$1.00
avenue.-Daytona Halifax Journal. 638 Tomato Soup Van Camp's, 3 cans for _____-_____________.25c

Soups, Ready-Madef 3 cans for ___________________________25c

1HE.'ON Maine Corn, 3 cans for ____________________________________25c
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' 11111111111111111111' Ginger Ale, 15 cent size per bottle ________________________lie

A II Ginger Ale, 25 cent size, per bottle _______________________20c

English Walnuts, per lb. _______________________________20c t
UJTROVARNISHES Fancy Irish Potatoes, per peck __________________-____25c

"Oakland Six"I Tomatoes, per can _____________________________________5c
Toilet Paper 5 rolls for ________________________________25c
I Green Seal Salad Dressing 4 bottles for _________________25c

FREE COFFEEWith

every order of $:5.00, we will give 1 lb. of ground coffee FREE.
When :you buy varnish for your A STUDY of the specifications, while convincing $10.00 orders 2 lbs. coffee FREE. Special prices on Brooms.
floors you hope that it will improvethe
appearance of those floors and to the trained motorist, is not sufficient to impart evenan WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS
that it will be durable.
Unfortunately much that is sold for approximate idea of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can

floor varnish won't realize that hope be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it, or riding in it, and by learnof -

for YOlLLawson.s its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a Our Grocery CompanyTwo
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas
a wonderful deep lustrous finish. It is close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in
easily applied because it works easily. It Phones: 3 and 200
is unequalled for durability and will not this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat
scratch free in from white five It to dries seven absolutely hours and dust.gets a surprisingly low cost. i 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.
hard in twenty-four hours.

capacity As for economy.that is wonderfulTry Lustro has a covering The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it 11111.11111111111111111111111111.11111111111111111111CAREY

out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor will give enduring service.
Varnish at our risk returnable if uosatis-

facrory.Made
by Valentine & Co. Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric SystemNo

Manufacturers ofT The Oakland Six will seat five passengers car is complete to day without a standard HANDFUNERAL
comfortably without crowding. The driving electric starting, lighting and ignition system.
\ ALSP AR and compartment has plenty of leg room, even fora The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy.
VALENAMELAll tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down the starting button with
wide the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. This system is DIRECTOR
cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, giv- operated by a storage battery which is chargedby
ing real comfort to the passangers. The trim- the generator. .
to be had at ming is genuine machine-buffed leather. AND EMBALMER
Great Strength with Light Weight Classic ConstructionA
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT The Oakland principle of sturdy constructionwith .....
STORE light weight is exemplified in this new tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steelis
model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, used. The rear springs clamp directly to the All calls answered Dayor
Promptly
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. which means for the owner low upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength. The
great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en-
tire length without overhang, giving it a firm, Night. Hand Block.
Power and Speed secure foundation. This Oakland construction

$$2 St AugustineAND The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor eliminates found between the the unsightly body and side running apron board.usually Orlando Florida.PHONE
will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all .
the flexibility and smooth running qualities a
Six should have, and is very responsive to the Hotchkiss Drive 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457

RETURNMONDAYSEPTU throttle. The driving power is to the rear
Low Center of Gravity axle and wheels without sock or jar, the
rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc-
Like all Oakland models, the weight of this tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
6 6PU car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives un-
side-sway and skidding which wear out tires usual riding comfort.
and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This .
low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features
ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in. AUTOYASIIING\ STATION
Left hand drive with center control. Gear
Vacuum Gasoline System shifting lever of the ball and socket type.
Atlantic Coast line Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake
The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is absolutely drums. Horn button in center of steering THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
automatic. You can forget you haveit wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
on the car. No air pump to get out of orderor One-man top. with clamps to windshield with-
Standard Railroad of the South leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in REPAIRING MICHAEL, Mechanic.
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 run-
Special Train of the car where it belongs. ning boards.

WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any machine
LEAVES ORLANDO 2 P.M.

Tickets limited to September S parts. Work guaranteed.
$795.00 f. o. b. FactoryJ.B.MaruderJr.fljstrjbntor
GASOLINE AND OIL

Special train returning leaves

St. Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8 I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr


For Information Call on

D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.

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WEKIWA ASSOCIATION ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTY FIVE NOBLEWOMEN' HANGED
PRAISED BY FORMER

. lit k Apoka, Fla.-The fifth Sunday CITIZEN Zurich, Switzerland.-Five Polish
meeting of the Wekiwa Association women of noble birth, moving in the
convened with the Kissimmee Baptist William A. Holhouser recently returned -" most aristocratic circles of Austrian
church, Rev. E. Lee Smith and family from Orlando where he spent (society' are reported to have been arrested -
going from here. ten days with friends and relatives.The in Vienna on charges of espionage -
Dr. Poulson and family and Mr. Rambler interviewed him regard- in the interest of Russia.
Miller; Mr. Johnson and daughter ing conditions up there. He said that They were tried, convicted, and "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Miss %Laney and Mr. Eugene Reid, the country seemed prosperous and setenced to be hanged next day at the
of Orlando, Dr. Burrows and wife that in spite of no rain for many Vienna arsenal.
from Altamonte Springs; Dr. Tro- weeks the crops seemed to be in fine Theri judge was obliged to attendto Unless Budded from A Bear-
villion, Winter Park; Mr. A. W. Hur condition with corn looking fine. Mr. see the sentence carried out. The
ley. Winter Garden. Holshouser declared that the corn execution proved such a harrowing
Tree of Known
Many important subjects were pre- grown around Orlando is as good as spectacle that he is now in an asylumfor ing Quality
sented and ably discussed. Church, that in Iowa. Regarding the cigar' the insane at Steinhof, a suburbof .
Sunday school, B. Y. P. U. and the factory in Orlando he said: Vienna. and Quantity of Produc-
Woman's Missionariy Union, also a "They have a four story buildingand
memorial service held in memory of seem to be doing a big business, Get the news In the Sentinel erst.
Miss Fannie E. S. Hick, president of and I was informed that not a single tion.. -O. W. Conner .
\V M. U. auxiliary to the Southern Cuban or negro is employed in the
Baptist Convention.This factory. The cigar makers are all Specials for Satur-
and the W. M. U. work was whites and they seem to be turningout
held by Mrs. E. Lee Smith, presidentW. as good a cigar as one would : day and MondayBest
M. U. Wekiwa Association.Able want. In that town everybody who I In five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-
sermons were delivered by smokes at all smokes the cigars made : onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
Dr. Poulson, Dr. Burrows, Rev. F. F. in Orlando. One could not persuadea
Patent Flour- brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
Hendon and Rev. Smith, moderator of citizen of Orlando to buy a cigar
12 pound sack for __________50c does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
Wekiwa Association.E. that was manufactured in any other 24 pound sack for _________$1.00
Professors Shame and Pomeroy the results of which
MILTON were recently -
A. Chairman. city. They believe in supportinghome
3 cans Pork and Beans ________25c
JESSE B. SMITH, Clerk. industries and they stick by the published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
Tall pink Salmon, per can________lOc
Orlando cigar like it was a brother. 3 cans Soup ___________________25c the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
NEW ORLEANS TERMINUS OF That is one reason the cigar is a success from of true merit.
Meal, Grits and Scratch Feed a parent
JACKSON HIGHWAY and that the factory is making 9 pounds for ______________2oc
money. I was told that Americanscan To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
6 packages Pearline for _________2oc
"
Louisville, Ky.-Buffalo and New make cigars and do it just as well 7 bars Lenox Soap for __________25c a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
Orleans were selected as the terminiof or better than the Cubans."
been in existence five
7 packages 5c. size Washing years, are falling over each other to con
the proposed Jackson highway at Mr. Holshouser says that he was Powder for ________________25c vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
a meeting here of temporary officersof surprised to find such diversified
Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2 Planter, be sure buy trees from the known ,
you your source
:you
the Jackson Association.A in the fields in
Highway crops as one can see
pounds for _________________25c
branch of the highway would extend Orange county. He had a pleasant the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
7 packages 5c. size Toilet Paperfor
from Louisville through Indian- vacation and came back delightedwith ________________________25c rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
apolis to Chicago.The Orlando and the county, but he
Tomato 25c. size for _____
Catsup 20c You write and will
can your own guarantee we sign it, so
association will be organized he likes St. Petersburg better.St. -
says Irish Potatoes _________25c
per peck
great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
permanently and the actual routingof Petersburg Independent.Mr.
Guava Jelly, per glass __________lOc
the road selected at a meeting at I bearing tree in our own hundred-acre: grove, and not a single

Nashville, Tenn., September 23. and Mrs. J. G. LaDue and bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
Peter Lee Atherton, of Louisville, daughter, Miss Lavonne, have movedto Honest Weights and Measures
one of the leaders in the movement to Daytona Beach, to the regret of CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

establish the Dixie highway, led the their Mount Dora friends. Mr. La- grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address

movement for a second national high- Due is sales agent for Mr Phillips, Cash Grocery Co.
, way between the lakes and the gulf. j of Orlando, who has exclusive agency
for the Dodge car in six counties-of Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.GfO. .
BUICK CARS BEING SOLD RAPIDLY this state, and is also in full chargeof Ocklawaha Nurseries

the new garage being erected by
Mr. Phillips in Daytona Beach. Al- BANSGHBAGH O. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
The Buick garage has already disposed though the change may not be per- OR
of all' but one of the car load manent, Mr. LaDue and family will
of machines which they received last be away from Mount Dora for some Cabinet MakerDoors
G. G.
Wright Agent
Thursday. Henry Self, Eustis, W. A. time.-Eustis Lake Region. ,
Lowe, of Orlando, and A. W. Mason,
of Winter Park, were the purchasers. LEASED THE EMPIRE DINING Screens, Porch Swings, 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.

ROOM Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases 4

POSSESSOR OF NEW OVERLAND Folding Card Tables, Cedar
Mr. J. J. McCranie returned yester- Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes-
F. E. Hyers, the genial contractor, day from Ocala where he leased the
tals, etc. Also Repair Work.
is the happy owner of a brand new dining room of the Empire hotel in
Overland which was brought down this city, from the new proprietors, All Work Guaranteed
from Jacksonville by J. C. Otey, the and will take possession on Wednes-
j
local Overland booster. day, September 8th. .12 E. Church St. Phone 447


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DAILY CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH CIRCUIT ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. AT THE CHURCHES
ORANGE COUNTY. FLORIDA; i

South Florida SentinelMORNING IN CHANCERY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
J. D. Anderson, who recently
P. B. Martin Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. p.
AND WEEKLY vs. eased the Oak Lodge from Mr; J. B. O'Neal, superintendent.

V. 1:. GLENN ...n..........n_....Editor Arthur C. Norman et aLTo Magruder, is now engaged in renovating Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 m.
... the defendants. Arthur C. Norman and and it in first class p.
1IV. C. ESSINGTON Builntu Manager placing shape
Smithia S. Norman his wife. of Longview Rev. G. E. Guild will preach at both
Texas Leila M. Ector and M. D. Ector for the coming season. services.
Entered, as Second at the Clau poetoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida :' her Winans husband; of Salida. Colorado; Mattie A.of Subject for the morning sermon, TUE" [ RISING GENERATION[ [

Muskogee and Oklahoma J. E. Winans.;; Sue Norman her husband of Fort Nothing but the best. Pure ice "The Master's Challenge.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Worth. Texas and Edward Wettfitld. of 54 creams for particular patrons. Phone Evening sermon, "The Law of Pro-
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 Grand Opera House, Chicago. ilL Hand, 666. 9-5-ltc portion.
Dail,, 6 Month ...................... oliO It appearing from the affidavit of FrankA. has returned from '
Daily 1 Months ...................... 1.25 Smith, the complainant's solicitor that he McQuaters will soon be thinking of school, some looking forward their
Dail,. 1 Month ....................... .60Weekly. believes each and all of you are non-residents Mrs. J. II. :\lcCame and son, Master her trip to California and will singat
of the State of Florida, and that your respective Jas. Edwin left yesterday after- the morning service. future studies, some looking the other way, in any case, wear-
1 Year ...................... 11.00 residences given above are specified noon for Jacksonville where they will The Ladies' Missionary Society will ing apparel must be purchased.
known the affiant.
as particularly as are to
ALL SUBSCRIPTION PAYABLE IX and that there are no persons or person inthis spend the next moiith with relatives meet in the church parlors on Monday
ADVANCETO State the service of a subpoena upon and friends.Mr. afternoon at 3:30. Subjects, Sabbath
whom, would bind you or any of you and School Extension" and "Work Amongthe
ADVERTISERS that he further believes that each and all of On and
P. H. Gaskins Immigrants. Saturday Mondaywe
you are over the age of twenty-one years.It arrived in Or-
Copy for display and all other hand-set is ordered that you and each of you do lando Friday evening to spend the -0- I
advertising mumt be hande in at tho bauncM appear to the bill herein filed at the CourtHouse ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL
week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
office ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. a. in Orlando on Monday. October 30 LeRoy The
Very Rev. II. R. Remsen dean.
the day before puMkation. This rule applies 1911, and that this order be published once B. Giles at their home on Lucerne Fourteenth will devote our SPECIALS to articles that the children
to chances for contract adTertiiiax; it Is a week' for four consecutive weeks, in the Circle. Sunday after Trinity.
;variable and, will be strictly adhered to. South Florida Sentinel a newspaper. published Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. need and must have. The savings will be many.Here's .
in OranKe County. Florida. The Holy Communion and sermon,
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d&continued Witness my hand and the seal of the said Mr. W. L. Speer left yesterday afternoon 11 a. m.
should notify the office in writing on Circuit Court this 4th day of September. A. D. for Tampa where he will stop
Rev. George M. Tolson will offi-
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be 1911
while before
to PassaGrilleFor
continued at the regular subscription rates, (Seat) R M. ROBINSON. a going: ciate. There will be no early service.
until notice to stop is received. Clerk Circuit Court. Granite County.By an outing. This is Mr. Spere's
Telephone Nomb-r ...................eo. M '. M. A. HOWARD. D. C. first vacation in a number of years ----- just a few that will interest
A. Smith,
solicitor for complainant.
and he have
expects to a good time.
SUX .\Y, SEPTEMBER: 5, 191;). 9- -wU Mrs: Mary A. Cox

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Miss Mable Bates, of Tampa, a.. I
graduate of the Florida School for : AnnouncesShe
The wise girl doesn't marry the I the Blind, is here on a visit to Miss Dress GinghamsIn
young man who hasn't shown gum WA1\iED-Waiters at once at Model Anna Lee Barksdale, of West Central is constantly receiving from
sion enough to get out and earn his Cafe: Apply this morning.
Miss Bates will the
own Ih'ing.The 9-5-It. avenue.Female College at Tallahassee enter this New York charmingly dainty a big range of new checks, new stripes and large range of

o year. and exclusive Collars, ShirtWaists plain colors. The famous UTILITY and EVERLASTING
county fairs are now educat- WANTED-To hear from the owner and Hair Ornaments,
ing the farmer in scientific agricul- of a: good ranch for sale. Send If you want a dish of delicious ice created from advanced ideas. A makes absolutely fast in color. Regular 12V-.
ture by nutting a horse around the cash price and description. D. F.

mile track in 2:111-2.o Bush, Jlirineapolis, Minn. 9-5-1tc order cream some for dessert of that, phone pure guava 666, and or choose beautiful from.collection now to Sat. and Mon. 10 yds for 85c

tango cream. Do it now. 9-5-ltc
Orlando is having trouble with her BUGGY FOR SALE-First class top
Your choice of one to five patterns in the length.
Sunday laws. Every once in a while buggy, strong and in fine condition.'rice Mr. E. N. Holt, one of Green Cove 501 West St. Orlando, Fla.
some people who have nothing betterto reasonable. 202 East Robinson
Springs' leading and substantial citi-
in to reform their neighbors -
do
start avenue. 9-5-ltc I.
zens, arrived in Orlando Friday after-
and then there is trouble right

away., The way in which the is Jones LOST-Somewhere on the streets of noon. W.for Lott.a visit Mr.to Holt his is daughter the guest, Mrs.E. of. MODEL KINDERGARTEN Toile Du Norde GinghamsThe
not
celebrate observe Sunday
or Orlando, one eyeglass, with nose Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lord at their
approved by the Smiths and both rest attached. Finder please returnto home Lucerne Circle. SCHOOLMISS
families are considered heathens by the Sentinel office. 9-5-lt \ on best quality, in a hundred different patterns and color-:

dug the Browns up and, and everybody so the blue is unhappy laws are, Mr. W. H. Hoffman, president of LEY, Director ings all the Tartan effects and combinations, plaids, checks,

more or less, for a time. Orlando WANTED-Furnished house, 12 or the Dixie Engraving company, Savan- Opens Monday September 27, stripes in two and three and four toned colorings, and a big
the "refawm" 15 rooms, suitable for boarding: nah, Ga., spent several hours in Or-
will likely survive wave in Primary First Methodist
just as other places have, and con- house, central location prefened. Address lando yesterday. Mr. Hoffman ha'sbeen room, range of dainty plain shades. Sold everywhere at 15 cents. A

tinue in its peaceful, happy and pros- C. E. M., care Sentinel. coming to this city for a numberof Church. Froebel System,

perous way when the wave passes 9-5-U. years and has many friends who graded work. Beginners, first Sat. and Mon. lie

over.-Times- are always pleased to see him. He and second grades, pupils 3 to
Union.0-- FOR SALE-Half price, large oak : is traveling Florida in his Ford car. 7 years of age.

refrigerator, capacity 150 poundsof
INVESTIGATE
THEN TALK. ice. Good condition. Inquire at The dentists from all parts of the For particulars phone 221, or

Speeding within the city limits is Finlay's Pioneer Paint Store. Phone world will meet in conference in San call at 14 East Jackson Street, All Wool Serges '

on the decline, notwithstanding the 67. 0-5-tfc Francisco. In other words they are I after September 1st.
sounded the preparing to pull together. !
alarm through ReporterStar's -
columns that somebody is going o 1 Made of pure worsted yarns, 36 inches wide, in fine shades of

to meet a horrible death. On Fri- $1,000 NOTICEJ. Navy blue, myrtle, cardinal, wine, Tobac, Tan, Cream and'
day Chief of Police Smith, with a stop K. Swick desires to thank the The
Cathedral SctoOrlando's black. This is the quality that not only washes well, looks
watch stationed himself West
on
Will buy a choice building lot in Dr. Yancey Meat Market for their kind-
Central avenue, and between 3 and 5 ?.,D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus ness in notifying the public that he is well, but best of all wears well.
o'clock twenty-five machines passed. rove on North Orange avenue overlooking no longer connected with their estab-
The stop watch showed that only one Lake Ivanhoe. There are lishment. lie states that his new for Sat. and Mon.
Select Boarding and Specially priced
driver exceeded the speed limit of only 4 lots to be sold at the price. market on East South street is already Day
School for Girls
fifteen miles per hour. Yesterday afternoon The bricked street splits the lots, doing an exceptionally fine bus-
the Chief hied himself to which will have a frontage: of 62 feet iness. 9-5-ltc 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 43c a yard

North Orange avenue, and with the by 150 feet depth on the east side of Primary, Intermediate and Academic
same stop watch caught forty-eight the street, and a frontage of 62 feet NOTICEOn Grade3
motorists. .Of this number only one running back about 100 feet to the
Tuesday, September 7, 1915, I
exceeded the limit and that Also Musk Art Elocution
speed one lake on the west side of the street, will commence to close out entire Physical
by a fraction. We should advise the making 2 lots for the price of one, stock of groceries and fixtures my at cost Culture and Domestic Science. Children's and Missess' HosieryWe
editor of the evening to investin
paper and the price is 25 cent. For
fully per and below, and continue until all is Catalogues address the Rector,
stop watch and then "sound the
a less than the real value. Each lot on sold.
Klaxon. the east side of the street has about 953tIODEL GROCERY. Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M,. are clearing out one of our lines of guaranteed Hose, so
o l'O large budded bearing trees. The Orlando, Fit.
for chil-
here is an extra special opportunity securing your
SUNDAY ground is high and sightly. Building
SERMOXETTE. restrictions will! protect the home THE SHOE HOSPITALAt ----- - --- -- --- dren's needs for the term at way below their actual value.

Prejudice and jealousy are elements: upon builder.my'guarantee The owner has to make cut the a quick price number eight -on East Church I I. FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Sold regularly at 25 cents a pair.

which work society. sale. There street,
a hardship upon is nothing like it in the
When these two things are allowed to city today for price and location. Call Dars one shoe fixin man. Sat. and Mon. 17 l-2c a pair
Dat work he does sho cant be beat
,
me up by phone or come to the office.
fasten their fangs a city thereis
upon rty time and auto are at your service. Yo shoes be black or tan.
a division of opinion-a city is not Only 4 lots to be sold at this price.E. Go dar en give dat man er try,

united, and we are told by the Scrip- C. YOUNG, You'll think dat he's yo pal;

tures that a house divided against itself Room 10, McNeill & Davis Block. You'll go agin don't ax me why, Children's Ready-to-Wear DressesThe
To that shoe hospital.
can not stand. It behooves every Phone 569. VANILLA
Orlando and to bury
woman .
petty differences man and to kill a spirit EMPIRE HOTEL Now four-o-seven am dat phone, TUTI FRUTI season has left us with several broken lots which must be

of it prejudice out. and jealousy whenever Dinner Ma Dem shoes prices git am bad not, right steep dar; Ise gone, GUAVAICE cleared to make room for our new goods which are arriving

It crops is very easy to become preju- Sunday Dat work am good and. cheap. daily. Many of the prices have been cut absolutely in half, so

diced for or against a thing. The Waldorf Salad Cream of Chicken Dars De long rubber run,heels dey's jes de forty bes, ma cents gal, CREAMS.\ we cannot impress upon you too fully the importance of ex-
object be good or bad, and correspondingly -
may your attitude commend- toast Ribs of Beef au jus So go down dar, show common sense, amining these splendid dresses when down town Saturday or
To dat shoe hospital.
able or otherwise. Prejudice dwarfs Baked Young Chicken, Monday. We have them for all ages. .
one's mind and lessens one's influence Bread crumb dressing
Now all de work dis dooze
) gentman
vis-
Broad clear
in community. and
a AUTO LUNCHESA
Ah sho
En dat does
ion is essential. A liberal mind begets Steamed Rice Creamed Potatoes mean.
strength, promotes generosity, Pickled Beets Macaroni au Gratin Am did on nuthing but de best, SPECIALTYCLUB .
and creates kindness and sympathy.On Turnip Greens Candied Yams En dat's Goodyear machine; New Silk
machine shoe Awning StripesWe
Goodyear factory's use,
the other hand, jealousy is as Sweet Bread, vanila sauce
Sho ez ma gal's a gal,
detrimental as prejudice. Jealousy Home Made Bread
arrays brother against brother, chil- Dat work shoe wont give no foot de blues, have just received from New York a shipment of the

dren against father or mother; 'lives Caramel Ice Cream Cake Try dat hospital.
SANDWICH 23c. NEWEST OF THE NEW in Awning stripes. These are the
wrecked society is blighted and Pie
are ; ; Pineapple
from a division in a household an evil Coffee Iced Tea95ltc Now ef you wants to go right straightEn very latest in vogue and are creating wide spread admiration
let dem fix you shoes,
influence Orlando's future is fastened depends upon upon a the city.in- Dey'll do that thing, chile, while you there. They will do so here. See them Saturday or Monday.


dividual one man organization, woman ,and one childnotupon group, or SLAUGHTER SALE En set wait an read de news. We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packet Specially priced for these days 35.cMen'
faction. The individual creates Buy your wall paper cheap for the You go down dar en paternize, .
the one foundation which all future next few days. Making room for our He'll help you out de ba'l, and Delivered for All
rests. upon new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer You'll find dat Ise tole you no lies,
progress Store Court Phone Bout dat shoe
The growing child should be taught : street 67. hospital. Occasions
that he has an obligation to the city, i 9-5-tfc. 9-5-lt -(By Paul Berlack.)

county, state and nation-not unto 1- 5 FurnishingsYour
himself or to his parents alone. Right I
living in youth means a strong manor
woman, and upon the stability of choice of any Straw Hat in
matured minds a city or nation de r
pends. Accordingly a child may be *
the for 50
store cents.
obedient to the finer principles of ZETIrst
home life and at the same time be
instructed that a free mind unfet-

tered by jealousy or prejudice as relates PALM PEACH SUITS for $3.98
to his fellows is an asset of tremendous -
consequences to his city in
which he will grow to manhood.
Jealousy and prejudice are fruit off M.E.S.S.Wesleyan
the same branch-there is little dis f

crimination. A line of demarcationcan Our Grocery DepartmentIs
not be clearly drawn. Without
jealousy there would be little or no

does prejudice not ,brood and over without imaginary prejudice things one Bible Class 11:00 A. M. Will be pleased proving a boon to many these hot days. Is it to you? For

which are the parents of jealousy. excellence and unequalled variety we stand unrivalled. Let

Orlando is united. With one mind 4 us demonstrate it!
every citizen believes in those essential to meet you there. We promise you a profitablehour.

principles which lead to progress. I
There are many organizations in Orlando -
Come!
--business men constitute one .
church workers form another
group; ;
women are interested in social mat-
ters-clubs of various kinds; and men
and women have enlisted in charitable -
pursuits. All of these divisions Dickson Ives Co.

constitute society in the broad sense. -

Orlando society then, we may infer,
rests upon the individual within these

various' groups. The Produce
Therefore, to raise the standard of Co-Operative CompanyW.
Orlando life prejudice and jealousy
have no place in the general schemeof .DPARTMENT[ STORtI"
local society. To positively crush S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
evils originating in narrow and big ...
r
.
oted minds means conquest-it means .
that Orlando as a model city will ultimately -
triumph and come into the
of unknown riches into '
possession 1L I ITHE

i' the ers. realization of undreamed-of pow- Y T :



(9rtttnln Snriell GRANDTOMORROW I "Get It At Allen's" I =




SOCIAL CALENDAR E. A. Richards and wife motored
over from Holly Hill yesterday after
Monday, September 6. noon to visit their son and daughter,
Council meeting: of Epworth League Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Richards, 316 East A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and Beauty
officers at Methodist church. South street.
We commend the
Sumus Septem Club meets with Miss -o-- can Hamilton to anyone who wants ?

Ruth MsCullouph. Miss Genevieve Ivey left yesterday a timekeeper of perfect and continuous accuracy.
Tuesday, September 7.RaneyBoynton for Spring Head, in the eastern .
wedding at the Baptist part of the county, where she will The
pastorium at sunrise. open the local school tomorrow morn CHARLIE CHAPLIN
Junior Matrons will hold their regular ing. ni cWatclt
weekly meeting, hostess Mrs. -o- in on
T. B. B rod water. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fort and Brax-
Board of Governors of the Associated ton Beacham, Jr., spent a day or two "IN THE PARK"A
Charities will meet at 4 p. m., at at the Beach last week "Tit Railroad Timiltrfrr efAmerica"

the San Jua"WednescL.. --0- scream from start to finish."POISON" This is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried by&tfi
.., C;ntember 8. Special for today's dinner is Hand's of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced.
Twentieth C :-.ary Cub+ will be entertained delicious and refreshing guava and %Ve can sell you the complete watch, or we can supply a Hamilton more-
by Mrs \V. S. Branch. tango ice cream. 9-4-ltc meat fitted to your present watch case. All sizes for men and women. >.
Bachelor Girls will meet, Miss Jean

Young Person Matrons hostess.will be entertained At The Churches
in and
upkeep A Kalem Feature
by Mrs. Hai Bearlall!! at the Bear- Special com Allen & Company
dall camp en Lake Gatlm.
Thursday, September 9. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH plete in two parts, featuring
gasoline con
Business meeting of Epworth League Corner Main and Jackson streets.
will be held at home of Mrs J. I' John B. Ley, pastor. Tom Moore and Marguerite Jewelers

sumption are Musselwhite, on Lake Bola.e Bible school at 9:45 a. m. This
--- hool offers a fine opportunity for Courtot.
BIRTHDAY _. reful Bible study. New pupils so-
items to be con PARTY.A !i< ted. C. E. Howard, superintend-
double birthday party celebrating er If quality for a low price is an object
,'j'-eaching at 11 by the HEARST SELIG NEWS NO. 50 a wall
the fourth birthday of Lo/ene a. m. pas & rho our papers will win your favor.
sidered in buy Bowman and the eighth birthday of tor, subject, "The Forgiving Spirit. For the next 30 days we will offer for
Ruth Brady was held Saturday afternoon Vi night the choir, aided by the or- Portraying all the important sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
at the home of Mrs. J. M. e.ra, will render a beautiful mu- from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is theme
ing a car. Brady on Reel street. program. (See program else- events of the day. to buy, and do your papering
Games and music were njoyed l>y .vhere. ',he pastor will speak for a ." '. when you get ready.

all, after which refreshments of ice few mnu .es only, choosing for his jj We also a full line of High-
carry
The upkeep in cream and cake were served. Both of theme, 1 earls. ; Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Senior G:45 "THEY LOVED HIM SO"A
the honorees received many beautiful League, p. m.
presents. iior day30 p. m., Woman's Missionary t j We invite you to call and inspect

the DODGE is Those present were Hazel and Rupert Society, in church parlor. Vitagraph comedy featuring our stock.
Jones. Weston and John Dennis, Tuesday, U p. m., Ladies' Sewing
Elizabeth and Pauline Anderson, I3s Circle, v.-h Miss Echols and Mrs. Flore Finch, Kate Price and

lessened a great sie and Laura McCune, Earl, Walton, Floumg_ on South Mai nstreet.Tue ; Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O
Richard and Robert Coppedge, lL-r- uay, 7:30 p. m7 regular monthly Jay Dwiggins John Bunny's
berta Harvey, Ruth Daughertv, Myrtle meeting of the official board. 205 S. Orange Avenue
deal by the very Linvflle, Raymond Ramsdell, Edna Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., monthly Double.
Erie and Jack Giles, Julia, Roger and church conference, preceded by a COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
William Barker, Lorene Bowman, and short devotional service.
reasonableprice Ruth Brady.
-o- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIVE REELS OF THE BEST iililliii
WILL BE MARRIED Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,pas
for parts as you AT SUNRISE. tor. PICTURES IN TOWN i
One of the social events of the A hearty invitation is extended the
early part of the week is the mar public to worship with us. No service i The New .Ice Company
will note by a riage of Miss Clara Elizabeth Harvey will extend over one hour.
to Leon Lewis Boynton, which is to Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr. 5 cents 10 cents
be solemnized Tuesday morning, Sep Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. PHONE 675
study of the following -tember 7, at sunrise, at the Baptist Public worship in the auditorium
pastorium. at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the
After the ceremony the happy cou pastor in charge.
prices: pie will leave for an extended honey B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; Delivery Daily
moon trip which will include Daytona Miss Claudia DeLaney, president.
and various other points of interest Ladies' Aid Society will meet at
on the East Coast. The young couple 3:30 Monday afternoon.
are both residents of Orlando and Note: Next Wednesday evening at Wait for our wagon. We think
Piston $1.60 have numbers of friends here who 7:30 o'clock Mr. Eugene Reid will be ROOF GARDEN
will wish them a long, happy and ordained to the work of the gospel you will like our ice.
Piston prosperous married life. ministry. He will enter the Baptist
.25
Rings Theological Seminary in Louisville
CELEBRATEDo the last of this month. Many friends

SILVER WEDDING.Mr. will no doubt want to attend this impressive

ConnectingRod and Mrs. Arthur Fuller, of. service next Wednesday II The New Ice Company
Altamonte, celebrated their twenty night. TOMORROW jj

Bearing .75 fifth wedding anniversary yesterday EVENING '
While they made no formal observance SUNDAY MUSICAL AT
of the day many friends fromnearby FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

Fan Belt .25 towns called on them on their "Moonlight Serenade" (DeGalyear)
anniversary. Among those passing g Orchestra.
through Orlando yesterday morning Anthem, "Father, Keep Us" (Sulli WHIFFLES AT THE FRONT MMBMMMMMUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI
Drive Pinion 2.50 were Messrs. W. T. Berry and J. O. van-Hodges)-Choir, Misses Wright w
Welch, of Apopka, who were attend and Ley. A two part Comedy. A 4
ants at the wedding. Mrs. Berry and Doxology-Choir and congregation. '
daughter, Miss Jennie V., were at the Prayer by the pastor. I
hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Violin solo-G. C. Horn.
as week-end guests. Responsive reading, Psalm 138. I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
And the Duo, piano and organ, "Adagia i in "ATLANTIC FLEET"A
POPULAR YOUNG LADY E" (Sattler)-Prof, and Mrs. C. E.
WILL RETURN HOME. Wade. one part Educational.

Car Itself Miss Mme Davis, of Ocala, who Sacred medley (Fellmore)-Choir
has been the admired guest of the and orchestra.

Misses Ley, at the parsonage, will I Announcements.
return otmorrow to her home in the Offertory, organ-Prof. C. E.Wade
Brick City. Miss Davis has made a Solo-Mrs. F. M. Aldrich. "BING, DING, BIFF"
seems like distinctly pleasant impression during Pastors address ."'Pearls." r
a her stay in Orlando and has many Male quartet, "Love." One part Comedy.
warm friends who will be delighted Hymn 6 9-Choir and congregation. CURTIS & O'NEAL

thing of life, to welcome her whenever-o-- she return Benediction..

I' TO BE GUESTS OF -o-
abounding in MR. AND MRS. R. P. MARK ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL (Colored) The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Insurance Loans Real Estate :
Corner
Mr. and Mrs S. a will Pine and Terry streets.
leave today for Jacksonville where Rev. E. Irvine Georges, A. B.,priest The One-Price Theaters
vitality' trigger they will be the guests of Mr. and in charge. Rentals
Mrs. R. P. Marks. Monday they will Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity.
embark in Mr. Marks' palatial pleasure Communion at 7:30 and high masat
swift in the gliding yacht, "Katchrick," for a cruise 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school and children's
in southern waters. vsepers SOME BILL
-o- at 3 p. m.

get-away SOCIETY NOTES Solemn evensong and sermon at
,
7:30 p. m.Sermon.
OF INTEREST.
and Mrs B. J. Lord entertained a porch Eustis. by Rev. Father Tolson, of 10 cents 5 cents
splendidly party Friday afternoon with two tables
Tuesday-Meeting of the Altar
of bridge, at her home North
on Guild at 5 ESTABLISHED 1886 .
m.
p.
free from the Orange avenue. At the close of the Wednesday Communion
game the hostess served delicious at 7:30 a.
lemon ice and cake. Those enjoying 7:30 m. Evening prayer and litany at Tuesday, "When a NomaLoves. nMelts
the afternoon were Mesdames Siemens p. m.

slightest jerk or Ives Watson Friday-Confirmation class 7 p. m. ."
Branch, Walton, Choir rehearsal at 8
Robinson, and Miss Dane. p. m. iiiMHtiiiiMHiMiiimiiiiiHHiiiiiiimiiimmIt
A cordial invitation is extended to
jump or jolt. attend the services.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brown and

daughter Ruth, have returned from CHRISTIAN AND-o-MISSIONARY
a visit to Bradentown, Fla., on the ALLIANCE
Manatee river, where they visited
Sunday, September 5,
services
Mrs Brown's uncle, Mr. J. Fred Har as
ris. They made the trip in their Hup- usual. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.;
in Your Mouth
preaching at 3:30 mid-week
00 mobile and report the roads on their p. m.;
homeward prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on
$850. trip as being bad.
Thursday. Come and bring the children ,
-o- especially to the .
Miss Electra Simmons, one of the Sunday school.CHRISTIAN
efficient and attractive employes of -o-

the Orlando Telephone company, who SCIENCE DAILY BULLETINPEACH
In Orlando has been connected with the office for Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Services 11 a. m.; subject, "Man."
the past two years, will leave Tuesday
Wednesday
for where evening service at 7:45.
Tampa, she will spend several Third floor,
corner South Orange
weeks enjoying a well earned va
avenue and Church
It- 1 cation. street Entrance
on Church street. VANILLA ,
-o-
C. II. Jones, of Zellwood, motored GERMAN EVANGELIC-o- CHOCOLATE ,
LUTHERAN
over to Orlando yesterday with his PINEAPPLE
wife and attractive Services Sunday, September 5, at
daughter, Miss
?:30 m., at Seventh
Jew.P111111j p. Day Adventist PISTACHIO
Kathryn. Mr. Jones is manager for
building, West Central
the Zellwood Farms Company, which All Lutherans are earnestly avenue.invited. CHERRY .
is
engineering extensive
drainage improvements
Geo.
Trapp, pastor.
CARAMEL
on the Lake Apopka
marsh.
-a- Don't forget to order some of that

5 Among the residents of Zellwood pure ice c.eam from Hand's sanitary We deliver from
one
quart
who came down on the morning train factory- 9-5-ltc up

yesterday to spend the day in Orlando
were Mrs. M. Stanko, Miss Anna
Kvetko, and M. T. Tomko. They returned
to Zellwood on the evening FavoriteMONDAY'S


& train.The name of Mrs Geo. Banschbach PROGRAM Hand's Pure Ice Cream

was unintentionally omitted from the Thanhouser. "The Song of the
list of officers elected at the meeting Heart. A drama, in two parts.
of the W. C. T. U. She was unanimously Reliance. "Mike's Elopement. A

Sons elected recording-o- secretary. comedy.Keystone Comedy. "O'Flannigan's Phone 566 and 666Economy

Guava and tang ice cream, fresh Luck."
from the factory, is hare to beat Four good reels of Mutual movies.
Phone Hand, 666. 9-5-ltc Five cents to all.

r



----
A REMARKABLE STORE FATE OF SOLDIERS' RUM JUST TO SEE THE ROAD
AN UNSOLICITED LETTERWant Paris.-In spite of the prohibitionof

lie went into the department store alcohol, French soldiers' friends Headed by W. C. Temple, mayor of
to compliment you for and said to the girl at the counter: sometimes include small flasks of Winter Park, a delegation visited the FOR SALE M r

the excellent work you have done. "I want a box of Old Doctor Mix- brandy in their parcels for the men. sand-oil road construction which is
for me. urn's tooth powder." An order has now been issued that in progress between Umatilla and Al-'

Have been coming to Floridafor "Certainly, sir," said the clerk, and, any parcels suspected of containing toona. They motored to Umatilla and
30 years and have had work swiftly wrapping up his purchase, alcohol shall be opened in the presence -I inspected the fine stretch of road that
done from Jacksonville to Key handed it to him. of the men to whom they are I has been laid, and also viewed the Will offer for sale for a few days

West, St. Augustine to Pensacola lie seemed a bit staggered. addressed, and any alcohol found construction work at the camp where
and I can truthfully say I "How's this?" he asked. "Aren't shall be poured out on the ground be- the mixture is prepared. They were the property corner Orange Avenue:

have never had such excellent you going to urge me to take some fore them. very much impressed with appearance
Jackson and Boone Streets known
work done for me, as you have other kind of tooth powder instead!" of the road, and expressed them as

done. The proprietors of the "Certainly not, sir," the clerk re- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howard and selves very strongly as advocating the skating rink for $26,000.
laundries of Jacksonville and plied. "We never do that in this daughters, Misses Florida and Mary, sand-oil roads henceforth and forever. property,

Tampa, not to speak of smaller store." and Miss Jessie Pedrick, of Orlando -Tavares Herald. $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
places, can come to your place "My land!" he gasped. I spent several days of last week at year

and learn how to do work. The Recovering his composure with a Daytona Beach,returning to Orlando Montreat, among the tig mountainsof and interest at six cent.
people of Orlando can justly feel visible effort, he handed the girl a Saturday morning. Mr. Howard is North Carolina, is unique. Private per
of their Steam Laundry. dollar bill."Now family has high class accommodationsfor
proud one of the prominent newspaper men a few desirable adult guests.
(Name on application.) I suppose I shall have to of Orlando, proprietor of the Citizen, Large, comfortable new house; run-
wait twenty minutes for my change," and while on this side of the state he ning water in each room; sleeping

Orlando said he bitterly. "And I suppose that I was a visitor to the Journal.-Day- Particulars porches; unexcelled, address "Birdwood.home cooking.Box C. A. HOVEY
when it will be somewhere
comes you tona Halifax Journal. 27, Montreal, N. C. 5-16-S10t
else, and I shall have to wait another I I

Steam LaundryFRENCH twenty finds you.minutes" while the cash girl

DRY CLEANERS "No, indeed, sir," the clerk answered -
LAUNDERERS I politely. "Here's your change -.

PHONE 88 I now."

I It was more than human flesh could Th.e 1aiet

bear. He collapsed in a little heap on

the floor and the janitor swept him OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
FOR SALE!
out after closing hour.-Newark
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
SCREENS WHAT AM News. ".
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
SCREENS
HUNGERFORD TRANSFER CO. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO.
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
John W. Pounds, Agent If you wants to git any haulin did, and
En prices dey am right, pure.
Box 703Dr.GlParrisWI Jes listen, en I'll tell you, kid, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
I One man dat treats you white. everything in the Meat Line.
1
Now C. T. Hungerford am his name,
To treat he's bound,
you square
His transfer sho dun bilt er fame, U. JVC. Self & Co.
0
It am de bes in town.
PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
of the firm of Drs. Parrish & Hauls enything, en I aint lyin, '- .. _
'
S Yo stove er fryin pan. -
Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located He'll haul dem ef hits rain er shine,
indefinitely at Lumsden's In dat dar movin van. _
I Fer passengers, he am well equip Engraved Stationery and
Stable, on West Church Street. No better kin be found,

The Doctor is a graduate vet- I En disadvice am one good tip, 0
Dey'am de best in town. Invitations
erinarian. A trial will convinceyou

of his superiority over the De swellest teams Ise ever seed, -
Dem horses am ir mint; .a } Don't ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
uneducated horse doctor. Examinations follows but lead,
Dey never always
sho dis "White Beauty" -- because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
Deys got town spint. .
made free of chargeat Ad. s..I 1. .d4.I i ii s
Ise gwine dar now ter git haulin done and deliver the goods in Orlando.
the stable. Yas sah, fur dar Ise bound,
Calls answered by day or Kase dey'll have mercy on ma mon, THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST. .
Dey am de bes in town.
night. "The Hoosier Cabinet Saves Steps"The PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
Yo trunks, furniture automo-
PHONE NO. 25 yo er
W. S. BRANCH
Dey'll biles also,store fer low price of this wonderful labor-saving machineon ,

Dey's sho safe dar,you.kase no one the club plan is fixed everywhere by the Hoosier fact- THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
stealsFireproof ory. You pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms.
stone bildin too. Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and
Dat phone dey have is 316 have it two hours from kitchen work tomorrow.
save your
You kin dem down
BargainNew ring up er ; SKATING RINKLADIES'
Dey'll give promp service, dat I mean,
OSCAR HAND & SON
Dey am de best in town.

Dey's got de swllest funeral teams,
Dat I ever seed; SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES- ,
En da tam sumpin I sho means,
Some day youse bound to need. DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

house, 8 rooms and bath. I Dars no rough ridin in dem teams, i\H. -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
Dey'll gently lay you down.
j
Location perfect, 4 blocks from ''I You cant screams help,think, dont kuyr who I INSTRUCTORS.Open .

center of city, east side. i! Dey am de best in town. 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.


For quick sale $3000. Cash or'j i Dem Dats drivers what all sartinly folks am does perlite say,, Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

terms. Dey knows de town ez good at night,
As dey does in de day.
I bleeve ef Ah wuz in er lake ADMISSION 1O CENTS
En knowed Ise doomed ter drown,
DANN i My funeral I'd ax dern to take,
CARL Dey am de best in town.
I -By( Paul Berlack, the Negro Poet.)
Message
9-4-lt ibo
oltla
I To the BusinessMen No. 2 ORLANDO ROOFING

Behind Mr. Donald Lee has returned from
Get
a of Orlando
I his outing at Galbraith Springs, ANL :

1euwand I Tenn., and is again at his post of Prosperity and local pride are twins. They are born at the same A
duty as bookkeeper in the Orlando time and grow up together. Enthusiasm for the home town is a SHEET METAL CO.

enjoy a really cool, dry, tweet I I Bank and Trust Company. great thing for local business men. Once developed, this feeling
imoke. The Wellington Pipe won't shows direct returns in more sales and bigger profits.
boil, wont get foul. I A
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Made* Have you ever seen a shabby town proud, or prosperous? Good ,
AmericaCame paint is a powerful factor in keeping prosperity after a communityhas

m.ndpickrourf.... $300Pablo won it.Dutch. and Rubber Roofings 4

.onte....pe.
2Sc.3x. Oc up. .V' Cornices, Skylights..Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
I Beach Boy Atlantic White Leadand

I AND y Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

I! Dutch Boy linseed oil make quality-first" paint. Put some
I Say AI: Atlantic Beach "lead-and-oil paint to work for you and your business. Get in \

i AND RETURNSeptember touch with your paint dealer today. ,

You want to see this new I NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY

package Spider is introducing to I 4th -\ The Orlando Meat MarketT.
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the market-its the swellest VIA

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

Cigars. College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Standard Railroad of the South Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business -
See him at theGood For tickets or information call on Teachers' Course. Florida and Western Meats

Atlantic Coast Line Tcket Agent. i Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
J. G. KIRKLAND nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
and Bad Division Passanger Agent, Tampa. rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

TICKETS SOLD FOR ALL REGU- and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
LAR TRAINS. .1 soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, PHONES / Business '135 P. O. BOX 226
Cigar StoreOrange I boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde- \Residence ,133 tor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
Limited to leave Jacksonville, 9.30 nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Avenue p.m.. September 7th. :address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.

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ORLAJSTDCCement I Ad Directory Medium is in the Orlando.Greatest Want i Phone 161 Rooms 13 and 14 YowellDuckworth -

I Building.
Terms Cash in Advance.

Plaster and LimeTake
Agatile RATES
I For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITHATTORXEYATLAW
For Three Days --__________50c :
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For One Month ___________2.50
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more than 25 words the rate
I Room 5, Watkins Block Phone 72
I will te one cent per word for I
I each additional word, for each in- ,i
sertion.If .
I Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
I you can't bring your ad to
I the office telephone No. 24. Accounts Davis & :McXeffl: Block
I opened by telephone will be
i payable the following day.

wt \ tI II Every Home-Every;: Business! R. RAY WHITE Victor Starbuck
Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Wan Ad.
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t I 41 161
I
FUll SALEFOK
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I !R RENT-Five room cottage, I No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
completely furnished, one-fourth
!I mile from city limits on cast Winter I
I Park road. :$15 per month. Garage
on place. P. O. Box 226. 9-4-Gtc
:_
9, MULES FOR SALE F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER

Pair nice mare-mules in geod condition -I! DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST and CONTRACTOR
suitable for farm or heavy hauling i
; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining Phone 37
I Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc
I Phone 716
FOR QUICK SALEm acre tract
and 3YowellDuckworth
2
one quarter mile from city limits; Rooms -
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Bldg
.6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. L. Percival Hutton

37 Liberty St., New York N.Y.
FOR RE"TWANTED ,
A Tip From Mary Sunshine I SURVEYIN ARCHITECT


WANTED show case C or 8 feet Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
4 Mary's home is. oh, so modern and Gas appliances have made it so. All day long Gas saves Mary lots of long; must be reasonable in price. Florida.
time and many, many steps. Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater Apply Mrs. Frank Soper, corner of PROMPT AND ACCURATE
keeps her room warm while she slips into her pretty negligee and scampers to her warm tub and then, I Church and Doone. 9--1 8tc 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.
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas Wanted 200 ladies to come to cor-
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm 'I ner Pine street and Orange avenue HAL A. IRISHCivil
and
water for bathing,but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. I buy one of these fine summer
Why not take a tip from :Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. dresses at less than one-half price. Engineer
McLaughlin: & Furen. 9-3-3t*

I Lost-A golden opportunity if you 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
fail to attend the big sale at McLaughlin e"
& Furen's, corner Pine St.
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
: I)and Orange Ave. w 9-3-St* Phone 72 .

Found-The finest assortment ofi
GAS DEPARTMENT ladies' wear, coats, suits, dresses, kimonos -
Paul V. Hutchins DR. L H. RAMSDELL
and shoes at half first cost, :
at McLaughlin) & Furen's, corner Pine OPTOMETRIST
... St. and Orange Ave. 9-3-3t I Attorney and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

1 RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one I FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENSES
------ hour, 12:: miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc I Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

I[ ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL REPAIRING:
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I buy, sell rent, and excliar.ge real I
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Cut Flowers

SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ I over$20,000,000.10-6-3m 30 years.Call Have and F. A.see handled LEWTER.To me. over. I I ARCADEDEPOT and Plants


reduce our stock as much as pos
OCOEE FLORIDA sible by the 15th, will give a discountof Floral Designs .
25 per cent. off our regular cash MILK
price on any goods in store Ham-

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n The want ad7s the thing. .Violet
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- I Dell Florist.

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

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll BUTTER MILK
prices :: :: :: :: 509. 408 South Lake St.
H work guaranteed and neatly Fresh Every Day.
done. Our work is the best
and our prices are the lowest. 5c. per glass
This is the place to have 25c. per gallon
your
The rainy season is the best time to set old clothes made
new.
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASS .
Suit scrubbed and BUTTER
pressed75c.Suit
one year's growth in advance of trees set dry cleaned, pressed60c. Fresh Homemade PHONE 375

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

pressed ___________SOc AND CAKESARCADEMllK
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood CompanyWood
; I 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. DEPOT
Clothes called for and delivered. PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE PRICE
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J. D. Burden has accepted a posi-
tion in the office of Curtis & O'Neal.

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
1821tfMr.
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W. J. Thigpen, of Sanford, was
Travel in Panamaand among ing Orlando the business yesterday.How transactors. visit- FOR EVERY I

everywhere on American territoy, ia simplified by "A.B.A."
Cheques. They are much safer to than cash and
carry ; they are much did you save last monthin
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These chequesare $10 A WEEK
lf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for .
business or pleasure. Mrs. C. E. McLendon, of Fort Lau-
derdale, is visiting Mrs. M. A. Fuller,
The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" of 405 West Pine street.

; YOU SPEND
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
: '- ,' --.j:pi/(> y' -. ,.. 18-18-tf .
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Miss Lillian Higgins, one of San-
ford's vivacious young ladies, is the
r guest of Miss Ruth Ley.
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How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf YOU SAVE

J. W. Newman and W. J. Sphaler
were among the citizens of Taft who
spent yesterday in Orlando.
$10 A YEAR

Get your next shave at the Stand-
ard. 18-21-tf
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Mrs J. E. Williams and daughter,
Miss Lucy, have returned from Day- -
tona Beach where they spent several :
weeks. _

Deposit your-Savings Checks and -- IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

......u /ou. 8-12-tf .

Mr. A. Haden, who has been spend- .
ing several weeks in Highlands, N.C., .
enjoying mountain life, returned
home yesterday afternoon. .

" Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for !
you. 8-12-tl The Peoples? National Bank

Miss Tillie Wichtendahl returned

.1 yesterday\ afternoon from. White f J
Springs where she has spent a cou .
ple of weeks.


I Spring WaterIS 18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.


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SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, John M., Jr., were among the wel-
come visitors to Orlando yesterdayfrom
APPETIZING SATISFYING GOOD
Kissimmee.The .

Phone WRIGHT 444 best cream obtainable is Hand's I111111111111111111111111111I11111111111111111111111111111 11111811111111.111...
I guava and tango special. Phone for

TRY Better TRY yours right now.- 9-5-ltc :,I Who Will Be Your Executor? I

Mr. J. R. Boyd, chief clerk in the :
IT
I IT BEST I railway mail service, with headquar-
ters in Jacksonville, was in Orlando : .
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--- ---- .-- 1 Your estate may be materially impaired as a I
Tango and guava ice Cream! :
specials of an executoror
today, at Hand'iactory.. Phone direct result of the appointment
15GG and 666. 9-5-ltc trusted .' .. .

When an individual is appointed
Dr. and Mrs E. W. Lott left -
yesterday I
... afternoon for Daytona Beachin The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
their new Oakland car where they
in Trills that the person
is usually provided
will remain until Tuesday.
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused

Ylw'Notice Try it once and you will always from giving bonds.

want Hand's tango and guava ice When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense -
cream for dessert. Phone G66. Itc
of the estate, and then only partial secu- x 3'I'

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nye and family rity against loss is provided. Lrt'V J
have returned from their extensive
When Trust Company is selected-
To Ford Purchasers Western trip and are again occupying a t str
their home on the corner of Libertyand The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility : : fz
Church streets.
Between Aug. 1, 1914 is secured.A k
Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room will close bond which has behind it the entire financial

and Aug. 1. 1915 after Monday Saturday morning night's September supper 13th.until strength of the Institution is always filed with
9-5-ltc the Probate Court at nn mst to the estate.

All Ford purchasers who hold Profit- Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue

Sharing Coupons will please endorse same I DoctorsBiickmasfcr of this newspaper.

and return immediately to The Ford
& Bniiidagi
Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send Come in any time and freely ask for further

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur- OSTEOPATHS information on this vitally important subject.
Personal instruction under Dr. Still You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
chased during above dates.
at Kirksville, Mo. glad to advise.The -
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
For further information
phone National Bank. Phone 678.

F. G. RUSH Will: call by appointment. TeL 312-B I I Orlando Bank & Trust Company


32 East Church Street Phone 226 Lillian Bledsoe '!1. Orlando, Florida

GRADUATE: :MASSEUSE
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Headouarters Standard Barber Shop Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Facial Massage. Manicuring. ,
Scientific Scalp Treatment Z
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IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress

correctly.Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer I T NEW STUDEBAKER "FOUR 40" I
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into

society. .
make Character yourself attractive is easily judged or repulsive by the at things wilL one buys-You will The biggest value ever offered in Automobiles. $885 f. o. b. Detroit

Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of
gentility.
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings
exactly alike. :
If you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. -
If you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you :
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway": come
in and be sociable.
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. >

Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and
China Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell
Work, anything artistic.
Original designing done for special platinum work.
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible r
prices.

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ASSOCIATION ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTY FIVE NOBLEWOMEN HANGED
_____. PRAISED BY FORMERCITIZEN

.; Apoka, Fla.-The fifth Sunday Zurich, Switzerland.-Five Polish
meeting of the Wekiwa Association women of noble birth moving in the
convened with the Kissimmee Baptist William A. Holhouser recently re- most aristocratic circles of Austrian
church, Rev. E. Lee Smith and family turned from Orlando where he spent"I(I society, are reported to have been arrested -
going from here. ten days with friends and relatives. I in Vienna on charges of espionage -
Dr. Poulson and family and Mr. The Rambler interviewed him regard- I in the interest of Russia.
Miller; Mr. Johnson and daughter, ing conditions up there. lie said that I They were tried, convicted and "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Reid, seemed and setenced to be next at the
Miss I lLaney and Mr. Eugene the country prosperous hanged day
of Orlando, Dr. Burrows and wife that in spite of no rain for many Vienna arsenal.
from Altamonte Springs; Dr. Tro- weeks the crops seemed to be in fine !' Theri judge was obliged to attendto Unless Budded from A Bear-
villion, Winter Park; Mr. A. W. Hur condition with corn looking fine. Mr. see the sentence carried out. The
ley. Winter Garden. Holshouser declared that the corn execution proved such a harrowing
I Tree of Known
Many important subjects were pre- grown around Orlando is as good as spectacle that he is now in an asylumfor ing Quality
sented and ably discussed. Church, that in Iowa. Regarding the cigar the insane at Steinhof, a suburb .
Sunday school, B. Y. P. U. and the factory in Orlando he said: of Vienna. and Quantity of Produc-
"'oman'slissionariy Union also a "They have a four story buildingand
memorial service held in memory of seem to be doing a big business, i Get the news In the Sentinel first
Miss Fannie E. S. Hick, president of and I was informed that not a single I tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn
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W M. U. auxiliary to the Southern. Cuban or negro is employed in the
Baptist Convention.This i factory. The cigar makers are all Specials for Satur-
and the W. M. U. work was whites and they seem to be turningout
held by Mrs E. Lee Smith presidentW. ] as good a cigar as one would day and MondayBest
M. U. Wekiwa Association.Able want. In that town everybody who five years the Ocklawaha; Nurseries through actual dem-
sermons were delivered by smokes at all smokes the cigars madein onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
Dr. Poulson Dr. Burrows, Rev. F. F. Orlando. One could not persuadea home to the
Patent Flour- brought planter the fact that budwood selection
Hendon and Rev. Smith, moderator of citizen of Orlando to buy a cigar;
12 pound sack for __________50c does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
.
Wekiwa Association.E. that was manufactured in any other 24 pound sack for _________$1.00
Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which
were recently -
A. MILTON Chairman. city. They believe in supportinghome
._______25c
3 cans Pork and Beans
JESSE B. SMITH, Clerk.EW' industries and they stick by the published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
Tall pink Salmon, per can________lOc
Orlando cigar like it was a brother. ::3 cans Soup ___________________25c the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
ORLEANS TERMINUS OF That is one reason the cigar is a suc- from of true merit.
Meal Grits and Scratch Feed a parent
JACKSON HIGHWAY cess and that the factory is making 9 pounds for _____________2oc
money. I was told that Americanscan To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
6 packages Pearline for _________23c
Louisville Ky.-Buffalo and New make cigars and do it just as well 7 bars Lenox Soap for __________25c a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
Orleans were selected as the terminiof or better than the Cubans."
been in existence five each
7 packages 5c. size Washing years, are falling over other to con-
the proposed Jackson highway at :Mr.: Holshouser says that he was !, Powder for ________________25c vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
a meeting here of temporary officersof surprised to find such diversified
Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2 Planter, be sure buy trees from the known
you you your source
the Jackson Highway Association.A as one can see in the fields in
crops pounds for _________________25c
branch of the highway would extend Orange county. lIe had a pleasant the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
7 packages 5c. size Toilet Paperfor
from Louisville through Indian- vacation and came back delightedwith ________________________2oc rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
apolis to Chicago.The Orlando and the county but he
Tomato 25c. size for _____20c
I Catsup You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
association will be organized he likes St. Petersburg better.
says Irish Potatoes _________
I per peck 25c
great is confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
permanently and the actual routingof St. Petersburg Independent.Mr. our
Guava Jelly per glass __________lOc
the road selected at a meeting at bearing tree in our own hundred-acre: grove, and not a single

Nashville Tenn., September 23. and :Mrs. J. G. LaDue and bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
Peter Lee Atherton of Louisville, daughter, :Miss Lavonne have movedto Honest Weights and Measures
one of the leaders in the movement to Daytona Beach to the regret of CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

establish the Dixie highway, led the their :Mount Dora friends. :Mr. La- grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
movement for a second national high- Due is sales agent for Mr. Phillips Cash Grocery Co.
way between the lakes and the gulf. of Orlando, who has exclusive agency
648 7 E. Church St.GfO. .
for the Dodge car in six counties of Telephone
BUICK CARS BEING SOLD RAPIDLY this state, and is also in full chargeof Ocklawaha Nurseries

the new garage being erected by
Mr. Phillips in Daytona Beach. Al- { BANSGHBACH O. 'v. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
The Buick garage has already disposed though the change may not be per- .
OR
of all' but one of the car load manent, Mr. LaDue and family will .
of machines which they received last be away from Mount Dora for some Cabinet MakerDoors .
G. G.
Wright Agent
Thursday. Henry Self, Eustis W. A. time.-Eustis Lake Region. ,
Lowe, of Orlando and A. W. Mason
of Winter Park were the purchasers. LEASED THE EMPIRE DINING Screens, Porch Swings, 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA. .

ROOM Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -

POSSESSOR OF NEW OVERLAND Folding Card Tables, Cedar
Mr. J. J. McCranie returned yester- Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes-
F. E. Hyers, the genial contractor day from Ocala where he leased the
tals, etc. Also Repair Work.
is the happy owner of a brand new dining room of the Empire hotel in
Overland which was brought down this city, from the new proprietors, All Work Guaranteed
from Jacksonville by J. C. Otey, the and will take possession on Wednesday -
local Overland booster. II September 8th.iHIIIHIIMIMMMMMMMIMMMMMIMIMIIIIMIMMM. 12 E. Church St. Phone 447

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preserve the changing likeness of your growing boy; or The Russian Blouse Moyan Age effects are strongly -

girl. Memory plays strange tricks sometimes. A good

Columbia Medallion will keep an accurate record of the in evidence. Altogether the new Coat Suits will be

subtle changes in their development. And what a satis-

faction that little collection will be to you and to them in sure to please all who like the practical simple lines.

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after .
years.A

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purchases amount to $10.00; need not be made all in one

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+IE DAILY CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH CIRCUIT ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. AT THE CHURCHES
ORANGE coeNT'FLORIDA;

South Florida Sentinel IN CHANCERY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
J. D. Anderson, who recently
P. B. Martinva. Sabbath school'! at 9:45 a. m.; W R. ;'
MORNING AND WEEKLY leased the Oak Lodge from Mr. J. B. O'Neal, superintendent.

V. I:. GLENN .....................Editor Arthur C. Norman et aLTo Magruder, is now engaged in renovat- Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 m.
...... the defendants Arthur C Norman and and it in first class p.
w. C. ESSINGTON Biuiatu Manager ing placing shape
Smithia S. Norman his .'ife. of Longview Rev. G. E. Guild will preach at both
Texas Leila M Ertor and M D. Ector. for the coming season. services.

Entered, as Second at the Class poetoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. FlorIda her Muskogee Wmans husband; and. Oklahoma,J.of E.Salida Wmang; ,Sue Colorado Norman her husband; Mattie of Fort, A.of Nothing but the best. Pure ice "The Subject Master's for Challenge.the morning" sermon, TUE[ RISING GENERATION[ [

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Worth Texas. and Edward W *tfield, of 04 creams for particular patrons. Phone Evening sermon, "The Law of Pro-
Daily 1 Year ...,.................... *5.00 Grand Opera House, Chicago ilL Hand, 666. 9-5-ltc I, portion."
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2.50 It appearing from the affidavit of FrankA. Miss \ has returned from
Daily. > Months ...................... 1-25 Smith, the complainant solicitor, that he I McQuaters will soon be thinking of school, some looking forward to heir
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 believes each and all of you are nonresidentsof Mrs. J. H. :McCamey and son, :Master : her trip to California and will singat
the State of Honda, and that your respective Jas. Edwin left yesterday after- the morning service. future studies, some looking the other way, in any case, wear-

Weekly 1 Year ...................... II.00 particularly residences given known above to are the specifiedas affiant. noon for Jacksonville where they will The Ladies' Missionary Society will ing apparel must be purchased.
as are
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN and that there are no persons or person in spend the next mo.ith with relativesand meet in the church parlors Monday::
ADVANCETO this State the service of a subpoena upon friends.Mr. afternoon at 3:30. Subjects, Sabbath
.'homould. bind you or any of you and School Extension" and "Work Amongthe
ADVERTISERS: that he further believes that each and all of'' On and
P H. Gaskins Immigrants. Saturday Mondaywe
you are over the ae of twenty-one years arrived in Or-
Copy for display and all other hand-set -()- I
It i ordered that you and each of you do lando Friday evening to pend the
advertising raurt be handed in at the business appear to the bill herein filed at the CourtHouse ST. LUKE'S CVTHEDRVL
week-end with :Mr.: and Mrs.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. -. in Orlando on Monday October 30, LeRoy The Rev. II.
Very R Remsen dean
the day before publication. This rule applies 191i! and that this order be published oncea B. Giles at their home on Lucerne Fourteenth will devote our SPECIALS to articles that the children
to changes joy contract advertising; it It week for four consecutive weeks in the Circle. Sunday after Trinity.
..variable) ad will be strictly adhered to. South Florida Sentinel a newspaper publishedin Sunday school, 9:15 a. m. need and must have. The savings will be many.Here's .
Orange County Florida. The Holy Communion and
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Witness my hand and the teal of the said Mr\ W. L. Speer left yesterday afternoon 11 a, m sermon
should notify the office in writing on Circuit Court this 4th day of September A. D. for Tampa where he will stopa Rev George M Tolson will offi-
it will be 1915.
otherwise
the date of expiration while before to PassaGrillefor
continued at the regular subscription rates. SeaL) B. M. ROBINSON going ciate. There will be no early service.
until notice to stop is received. Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County. an outing. This is Mr Spere'sfirst
Telephone Numb ...................... aeSUXU. By 1\1. A. HOWARD D. C.f' ,vacation in a number of years just a few that will interest
A. Smith, solicitor for complainant.
and he expects to have a good time.
.\\, SEPTEMBER Z Z, 1913.; 9-5-w4t Mrs: Mary A. Cox

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Miss ;Mable: Bates, of Tampa, a I
graduate of the Florida School for AnnouncesShe
The wise girl doesn't marry the the Blind, is here on a visit to Miss Dress GinghamsIn
young man who hasn't shown gump- WANTED-Waiters at once at Model
Anna Lee Barksdale, of West Central is constantly receiving from
sion enough to get out and earn his Cafe: Apply this morning.
Miss Bates
will the
own living 9-5-lt avenue.Female College at Tallahassee enter this New York charmingly dainty a big range of new checks, new stripes and large range of

o 5 ear. and exclusive Collars, ShirtWaists plain colors. The famous UTILITY and EVERLASTING
The county fairs are now educat- WANTED-To hear from the owner and Hair Ornaments,

ing the farmer in scientific agriculture of a good ranch for sale. Send If you want a dish of delicious ice created from advanced ideas. A makes absolutely fast in color. Regular 12i/-.
by cutting a horse around the cash price and description. D. F.
cream for dessert, phone 666, and beautiful
mile track in 2:111-2.0 Bush, Minneapolis, Minn 9-5-ltc order some of that pure guava or choose from.collection now to Sat. and Mon. 10 yds for 85c

tango cream. Do it now. 9-5-ltc
Orlando is having trouble with her BUGGY FOR SALE-First class -
top Your choice of one to five patterns in the length.
Sunday laws. Every once in a while buggy, strong and in fine condition. Mr E. N. Holt, one of Green Cove 501 West St. Orlando, Fla.
some people who have nothing betterto Price reasonable. 202 East Robinson and substantial -
Springs' leading citizens
do start in to reform their neighbors --- -- -- -- ----
avenue. 9-5-ltc t
arrived in Orlando Friday after-
and then there is trouble right
,
away.celebrate The way observe in which Sunday the is Jones not LOST-Somewhere on the streets of noon E. W.for Lott.a visit Mr.\ to Holt his is daughter the guest, Mrs of MODEL KINDERGARTEN Toile Du Norde GinghamsThe

or Orlando, one eyeglass, with nose Mr.\ and Mrs Chas Lord at their
approved by the Smiths and both rest attached. Finder please returnto home Lucerne Circle. SCHOOLMISS
families are considered heathens by the Sentinel office. 9-5-lt \ on best quality, in a hundred different patterns and color-'

the Browns, and so the blue la'ws are LEY, Director ings all the Tartan effects and combinations plaids checks
dug up and everybody is unhappy Mr. W H. Hoffman, president of ,
more or less, for a time. Orlando WANTED-Furnished house, 12 or the Dixie Engraving company, Savannah Opens Monday September 27, stripes in two and three and four toned colorings, and a big
15 rooms, suitable for boarding Ga, several hours in Orlando
spent
will likely survive the "refawm" wave in Primary room First :Metho-
just as other places have, and con- house, central location prefened. Address jesterday. Mr Hoffman ba'sLeen range of dainty plain shades. Sold everywhere at 15 cents. )
dist Church.
tinue in its peaceful, happy and pros- C. E. M, care Sentinel. coming to this city for a numberof Froebel System,

perous way when the wave passes 9-5-lt years and has many friends who graded work. Beginners, first Sat. and Mon. He

over.-Times-Union. are always pleased to see him. He and second grades, pupils 3 to

-- -- FOR SALE-Half price, large oak is traveling Florida in his Ford car. 7 years of age.

THEN INVESTIGATE TALK. refrigerator ice. Good condition.capacity 150 Inquire poundsof at The dentists from all parts of the For particulars phone 221, or

Speeding within the city limits is Finlay's Pioneer Paint Store. Phone world will meet in conference in San call at 14 East Jackson Street, All Wool Serges '

on the decline, notwithstanding the 67. 9-5-tfc Francisco. In other words they are I I after September 1st.
preparing to pull together. ,
the
alarm sounded Reporter-
through Made of worsted 36 inches wide in fine shades of
Star's columns that somebody is go- o I pure yarns, ,

ing to meet a horrible death. On Friday $1,000Will NOTICEJ Navy blue, myrtle, cardinal, wine, Tobac, Tan, Cream and

Chief of Police Smith, with a stop K. Swick desires to thank the The
Cathedral
School black. This is the quality that not only washes well, looks
watch, stationed himself on West
buy a choice building lot in Dr. Yancey Meat Market for their kind-
Central avenue, and between 3 and 5 C.D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus ness in notifying the public that he is well, but best of all wears well.

o'clock twenty-five machines passed. grove on North Orange avenue over no longer connected with their estab-
The stop watch showed that only one looking Lake Ivanhoe. There are lishment. lie states!'! that his new for Sat. and Mon.
Orlando's Select Boarding and Specially priced
driver exceeded the speed limit of Day
only 4 lots to be sold at the price. market on East South street is already -
School for Girls
fifteen miles per hour. Yesterday afternoon The bricked street splits the lots, doing an exceptionally fine bus-
the Chief hied himself to which will have a frontage of 62 feet iness. 9-5-ltc 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 43c a yardChildren's

North Orange avenue, and with the by 150 feet depth on the east side of Primary, Intermediate and Academic

same stop watch caught forty-eight the street, and a frontage of 62 feet NOTICEOn Grades
motorists. .Of this number only one
back about 100 feet to the
exceeded the speed limit, and that one lake running on the west side of the street, will commence Tuesday, to September close out 7, 1915 entire, I i Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
by a fraction. We should advise the making 2 lots for the of my I Culture and Domestic Science.
price one, stock of groceries and fixtures at cost and Missess' HosieryWe
editor of the to investin
evening paper the and the price is fully 25 per cent. and below, and continue until all is For Catalogues address the Rector,
a ston watch and then "sound less than the real value. Each lot on sold.
Klaxon." the east side of the street has about 953tIODEL GROCERY. Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M, are clearing out one of our lines of guaranteed Hose, so

o LO large budded bearing trees. The Orlando Fit.
for chil-
here is an extra special opportunity securing your
is and
SUNDAY ground high sightlj. Building
SERMON ETTE. restrictions will! protect the homebuilder I THE SHOE HOSPITALAt --- -- -- dren's needs for the term at way below their actual value.

Prejudice and jealousy are elements upon guarantee. The owner has to make cut the a quick price number eight on East Church I FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Sold regularly at 25 cents a pair.

which work a hardship upon society. sale. There is nothing like it in the street,
When these two things are allowed to ] city today for price and location. Call Dars one hoe fixin man. Sat. and Mon. 17 l-2c a pair
Dat work he does sho be beat
i me up by phone or come to the office cant ,
fasten their fangs a city thereis
upon Yo shoes be black or tan.
My time and auto are at your service.
a division of opinion-a city is not Only 4 lots to be sold at this price.E. Go dar en give dat man er try,

united, and we are told by the Scrip- YOUNG, You'll think dat he's jo pal;

tures that a nouse divided against itself Room 10, McNeill & Davis Block. You'll go agin, don't ax me why, Children's Ready-to-Wear DressesThe
To that shoe hospital.
can not stand. It behooves every Phone 569. VANILLA

Orlando and to bury .
woman
petty differences man and to kill a spiritof EMPIRE HOTEL Now four-o-seven am dat phone TUTI FRUTI season has left us with several broken lots which must be

prejudice and jealousy wnenever Dem prices am not steep; to make for which
goods arriving
it out. Sunday Dinner Ma shoes git bad right dar Ise gone, GUAVAICE cleared room our new are

It crops is very easy to become preju- Dat work am good and. cheap. daily. Many of the prices have been cut absolutely in half, so

diced for or against a thing. The Waldorf Salad Cream of Chicken Dars De long rubber run,heels dey's jes de forty bes, ma cents gal, CREAMS. we cannot impress upon you too fully the importance of examining -
object be good or bad, and cor-
respondingly may your attitude commendable Roast Ribs of Beef au jus So go down dar, show common sense, i these splendid dresses when down town Saturday or
To dat shoe hospital. I
or otherwise. Prejudice dwarfs Baked Young Chicken, Monday. We have them for all ages.
one's mind and lessens one's influencein Bread crumb dressing
) Now all de work dis gentman dooze
community. Broad and clear vision -
a AUTO LUNCHESA
En dat Ah sho does
is essential. A liberal mind begets Steamed Rice Creamed Potatoes mean.
strength, promotes generosity, Pickled Beets Macaroni au Gratin Am did on nuthing but de best, SPECIALTYCLUB .
and creates kindness and sympathy.On Turnip Greens Candied Yams En dat's Goodyear machine; New Silk
machine shoe Awning StripesWe
Goodyear factory's use,
the other hand, jealousy is as Sweet Bread, vanila sauce
Sho ez ma gal's a gal,
detrimental as prejudice. Jealousy Home Made Bread
arrays brother against brother, chil- Dat work wont give no foot de blues, have just received from New York a shipment of the
shoe
dat
dren against father or mother; lives Caramel Ice Cream Cake Try hospital.
SANDWICH 25c. NEWEST OF THE NEW in Awning stripes. These are the
are wrecked; society is blighted; and Pineapple Pie
from a division in a household an evil Coffee Iced Tea95ltc Now ef you wants to go right straightEn very latest in vogue and are creating wide spread admiration
let shoes
dem fix
you ,
influence Orlando's future is fastened'upon depends upon a the city.individual Dey'll do that thing, chile, while you there. They will do so here. See them Saturday or Monday.


upon one man organization, woman ,and one child-not group, or SLAUGHTER SALE En set wait an ,read de news. We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed Specially priced for these days 35cMen's
faction. The individual creates Buy your wall paper cheap for the You go down dar en paternize, .
the one foundation which all future next few daj's. Making room for our He'll help you out de ba'l, and Delivered for All
rests. upon new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer You'll find dat Ise tole you no lies,
progress Store, Court street; Phone 67. Bout dat shoe hospital. OccasionsF1rstttitr
The child should be taught
growing 9-5-tfc. 9-5-lt Paul Berlack.
that he has an obligation to the city, -By )
county state and nation-not unto FurnishingsYour

himself or to his parents alone. Right I
living in youth means a strong man
or woman, and upon the stability of choice of any Straw Hat in
matured minds a city or nation de e
pends. Accordingly a child may be '
the store for 50 cents.
obedient to the finer principles of
home life and at the same time be
instructed that a free mind unfet-

tered by jealousy or prejudice as relates PALM PEACH SUITS for $3.98
to his fellows is an asset of tremendous -
consequences to his city in
which he will grow to manhood.
Jealousy and prejudice are fruit off M.E.S.S.Wesleyan
the same branch-there is little dis

crimination. A line of demarcationcan Our Grocery DepartmentIs
not be clearly drawn. Without I
jealousy there would be little or no

does prejudice not ,brood and over without imaginary prejudice things one Bible Class 11:00, A. M. Will be pleased proving a boon to many these hot days. Is it to you? For

which are the parents of jealousy. excellence and unequalled variety we stand unrivalled. Let

Orlando is united. With one mind us demonstrate it!
every citizen believes in those essential to meet you there. We promise you a profitablehour.

principles which lead to progress.
There are many organizations in Or-
Come!
lando-business men constitute one .
group; church workers form another;
women are interested in social matters -
-clubs of various kinds: and men
and women have enlisted in charitable -
pursuits. All of these divisions Dickson lies Co.

constitute society in the broad sense. i

Orlando society then, we may infer,
rests upon the individual within these

various groups The Produce
Therefore, to raise the standard of Co-Operative CompanyW. I

Orlando life prejudice and jealousy

have local no society place in the To positively general schemeof crush S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. .DEPARTMfNT STORt.

evils originating in narrow and big- ... ..
oted minds means conquest-it means .
that Orlando as a model city will ultimately -
triumph and come into the

possession of unknown riches into II IIT >f
:''i the realization of undreamed-of pow-

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SOCIAL CALENDAR E. A. Richards and wife motoredover -
from Holly Hill yesterday after- ,
Monday, September 6. noon to visit their son and daughter,
Council meeting: of Epworth League Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Richards, 316 East A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe
officers at Methodist church. South street.
.
commend
the
can Hamilton
to anyone who wants
Sumus Septem Club meets with Miss -0--
Ruth MsCulIouph. Miss Genevieve Ivey left yesterday a timekeeper of perfect and continuous accuracy.
Tuesday, September 7. for Spring Head, in the eastern
Harvey- o'nton wedding at the Baptist part of the county, where she will
pastorium at sunrise. open the local school tomorrow morn- CHARLIE CHAPLINin ;
Junior Matrons will hold their reg- ing. 1amiIfun IJatd
ular weekly meeting hostess Mrs. -0._
T. B. Brodwater. Mr. and Mrs L. B. Fort and Brax-

Board of Governors of the Associated ton Beacham, J r., spent a day. or two "IN THE PARK"A .
Economy Charities will meet atI p. m., at at the Beach last week. .n,Railroad Timekeeper of America"This

the San JuaWednesc!'_ -()- scream from start to finish."POISON" is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried by S6?: .
..., C ntember 8. Special for today's dinner is Hand's of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced.
Twentieth C :..ary ','lub; will be en- delicious and refreshing guava and We can sell you the complete watch or we can supply a Hamilton moT --i'
tertained b; Mrs.V.. S. Branch. tango ice cream. 9-4-ltc went fitted to your present watch case All nixes for men and women.
Bachelor Girls wil! meet, Miss Jean ....:.\

Young Person Matrons hostess.will he entertainedby At The ChurchesFIRST
in and
upkeep A Kalem Feature
Mrs. Hal Bea /lall at the Bear- Special com- Allen & Company
dall camp en Lake Gatlin.
Thursday, September 9. METHODIST CHURCH plete in two parts, featuringTom
gasoline con-
Business meeting of Epworth Leaguewill : Corner Main and Jackson streets.
be held at home of Mrs J. i' John B. Ley pastor. Moore and Marguerite JewelersIf
Musselwhite, on Lake Eola. I Bible school at 9:45 a. m. This
sumption
are -()- hool offers a fine opportunity for Courtot. .
BIRTHDAY I ., reful Bible study. New pupils so-
items to be con- PARTY.A I !ii .ted. C. E. Howard superintend-
double birthday party ccl brat- e!'! If quality for a low price is an object
ing the fourth birthday of Lo/ene I'-eaching at 11 a. m? by the pas- HEARST SELIG NEWS 1\0.50 W ',:,,'r 7i' our wall papers will win your favor.
sidered in buy- Bowman and the eighth birthday of tor; subject, "The Forgiving Spirit. .){ .. For the next 30 days we will offer for
Ruth Brady was held Saturday afternoon \. night the choir, aided by the or- Portraying all the important r( f'1t' r \)h'sale: 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
at the home of :Mrs. J. :M. i'C:.fa, will render a beautiful mu- ,: from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
ing a car. J Brady on Reel street. ;?! program. (See program else- events of the day. ;. : /''I I time to buy, and do your papering
Games and music were njoyed: by .vhere. 't he pastor will speak for a ''I .. I I when you get ready.
all, after which refreshments of ice few minutes" only" choosing for his _LitJ I, p We also carry a full line of High.
The upkeep in cream and cake.were served. Both of theme: 1 earls. I .c Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .
the honorees received many beautiful Senior League, 6:45 p. m. "THEY LOVED HIM SO"A t
presents. I.Ior.day, :;:;:0 p. m., Woman's Missionary d .r invite you to call and inspectour
the DODGE is Those present were Hazel and Rupert : Society, in church parlor. Vitagraph comedy featuring stock.Orlando.
Jones. Weston and John Dennis, Tuesday, 3 p. m., Ladies' Sewing Y e r
Elizabeth and Pauline Anderson, Es Circle. v;;th Miss Echols and Mrs. Flore Finch, Kate Price and t '

lessened a great sie and Laura McCune, Earl Walton! Flouing_ on South Mai nstreet.Tucsoay. Paint & Wall Paper Ct
Richard and Robert Coppedge, H-jr- 7:30 p. m.. regular monthly Jay Dwiggins-John Bunny's n c.
berta Harvey, Ruth Daughertv, :Myrtle meeting of the official board. 205 S. Orange Avenue
deal by the very Linville, Raymond Ramsdell, Edna Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., monthly Double.
Erie and Jack Giles, Julia, Roger and church conference, preceded by a & KHAN Phone 261.
William Barker Lorene Bowman, and short devotional service. .
reasonableprice Ruth Brady. -()-- .

-- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIVE REELS OF THE BEST t. iilliil. . .. .. . ) . . .... . .. . .
WILL BE MARRIEDAT Rev. Edward T. Poulson D. D.,pas-
for parts as you SUNRISE.One tor.A PICTURES IN TOWN I:
,
hearty invitation is extended the I.
of the social events of the
early part of the week is the marriage : public to worship with us. No service ----- I: The New.Ice CompanyPHONE
will note by a of Miss Clara Elizabeth Harveyto will extend over one hour. .
Leon Lewis Boynton, which is to Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr. 5 cents 10 cents :
I be solemnized Tuesday morning, Sep- Samuel A. Newell, superintendent.Public 675
study of the following -! tember 7, at sunrise at the Baptist worship in the auditoriumat ..
pastorium. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the .
After the ceremony the happy cou- pastor in charge.B. ,
prices: ple will leave for an extended honey- Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; .. Delivery Daily
moon trip which will include Daytonaand Miss Claudia DeLaney, president. .
various other points of intereston Ladies' Aid Society will meet at .

Piston the both East residents Coast. The of young Orlando coupleare and 3:30 Note Monday: Next afternoon.Wednesday evening at Wait for our wagon. We think ..

$1.60 have numbers of friends here who 7:30 o'clock Mr. Eugene Reid will be ROOf GARDEN j
will wish them a long, happy and ordained to the work of the gospel vou will like our ice.
Piston prosperous married life. ministry. He will enter the Baptist
Rings .25 -- Theological Seminary in Louisvillethe .
CELEBRATEDo last of this month. Many friends .
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SILVER WEDDING.Mr. will no doubt want to attend this im-

ConnectingRod and Mrs. Arthur Fuller, o{ pressive service next Wednesday The New Ice Company ii
Altamonte, celebrated their twenty- night. TOMORROW
Bearing .75 fifth wedding anniversary yesterday. --0-- j
While they made no formal observance SUNDAY EVENING MUSICAL AT ,
of the friends FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
day. many from ----- tt flMMMIMIIIIilllliliMMIillMiiimil
Fan Belt .25 nearby towns called on them on their "Moonlight Serenade" (DcGalyear)
anniversary. Among those passing -Orchestra.
through Orlando yesterday morningwere Anthem, "Father, Keep Us" (Sulk WHIFFLES AT THE FRONT otA IIIIIIIII'IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIJ
Drive Pinion 2.50 Messrs. W. T. Berry and J. O. van-llodges-Choir) Misses Wrightand _
Welch, of Apopka, who were attend- Ley. two part Comedy. :
ants at the wedding. Mrs. Berry and Doxology-Choir and congregation.
daughter, :Miss: Jennie V., were at the Prayer by the pastor. !
hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Ful- Violin solo-G. C. Horn.
ler as week-end guests. Responsive reading, Psalm 138. I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL .
And the Duo, piano and organ, "Adagia i in "ATLANTIC FLEET"A
POPULAR YOUNG LADY E" (Sattler)-Prof. and Mrs. C. E. !
WILL RETURN HOME. Wade. one part Educational.

Car Itself Miss Meme Davis, of Ocala, who Sacred medley (FellmoreChoirand
,
has been the admired guest of the orchestra. 1 I A .
Misses\ Ley, at the parsonage, will 1 Announcements.
return otmorrow to her home in the Offertory, organ-Prof. C. E.Wade.
Brick City. Miss Davis has made a Solo-Mrs. F. M. Aldrich. "BING, BING, BIFF"
ri seems like distinctly pleasant impression during Pastors address ,*"Pearls." .
a her stay in Orlando and has many Male quartet, "Love." One part Comedy.The .
warm friends who will be delightedto Hymn 649-Choir and congrega CURTIS & O'NEAL

thing of life, welcome her whenever-0-- she returns. tion.Benediction.ST. .

I', TO BE GUESTS OF -0--
abounding in :DIP: AND MRS. R. P. MARKS. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL (Colored) COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN : Insurance Loans Real Estate : :
Mr. and Mrs. S. Waters Howe will Corner Pine and Terry streets.
leave today for Jacksonville where Rev. E. Irvine Georges, A. B.,priest The One-Price Theaters
vitality' trigger- they will be the guests of Mr. and in charge. : Rentals
Mrs. R. P. Marks. Monday they will Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity. ..
embark in Mr. Marks' palatial pleasure Communion at 7:30 and high mass .
swift in the glid yacht, "Katchrick," for a cruisein at 10:30 a. m. ..
southern waters. Sunday school and children's vse-
IE BILL .
at 3
--0-- pers p. m. .
ing Solemn evensong and sermon a t '
get-away SOCIETY NOTESOF .
,,p 7:30 p. m.Sermon. :
.
INTEREST.
and Mrs. B. J. Lord entertained a porch Eustis. by Rev. Father Tolson of 10 cents 5 cents ,.
splendidlyfree party Friday afternoon with two tables .
Tuesday-Meeting of the Altar
of bridge, at her home North -- "
on ;
Guild at 5 p. m. : ESTABLISHED 1886 .
from the Orange avenue. At the close of thgame e Wednesday-Communion
the hostess served delicious at 7:30 a. I,
lemon ice and cake. Those enjoying 7:30 m. Evening. prayer and litany at Tuesday, "When Woman ,
m.FridayConfirmation ,
p.
the afternoon were Mesdames Siem
slightest jerk or Ives Watson class. 7 p. m. Loves." I
ons, Branch, Walton, Choir rehearsal at 8 '
i p. m.
Robinson, and Miss Dane. t IIMIIIIIMillilMMIMillMlillMltllinHIIIIHUiIt
A
,. cordial invitation is extended to
jump jolt. -- attend the services.
or
Mr. and :Mrs.C G. Brown and
daughter.Ruth. have returned froma CHRISTI.AXD-- -
visit to Bradentown, Fla., on the ALLIANCE MISSIONARY
:Manatee river where
they visited
Sunday, September 5, services
Mrs. Brown's uncle, Mr. J. Fred lIar- as
ris. They made the trip in their usual. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.;
Hup-
Melts in Your Mouth
preaching at 3:30 mid-week
oo mobile and report the roads on their p. m.;
homeward prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on
$850. trip as being bad.
Thursday. Come and bring the chil- .
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dren, especially to the Sunday school.0 .
Miss Electra Simmons, one of the
efficient and attractive employes of -
the Orlando Telephone who ("HRISTI.SrIE CE DAILY BULLETINPEACH
company
Sunday school at 9:45
In Orlando has been connected with the office for a. m.
Services 11 a. m.; subject, "Man.\ "
the past two years, will leave Tuesday
for Tampa where she will spend several Third Wednesday evening service at 7:45.
floor
corner South
Orange
.. weeks enjoying a well earned va- and Church
ii-. .. cation. avenue street. Entranceon
Church street. VANILLA "
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C. II. Jones, of Zellwood, motoredover GERMAN --0-- CHOCOLATE _
EVANGELIC .
LL"TIIER.Sen."ices
to Orlando yesterday with his \ PINEAPPLE
wife and attractive Sunday, September 5, at
daughter, Miss
2:30 m.. at Seventh
jw.P1111Z1pS p. Day Adventist PISTACHIO
Kathryn. Mr. Jones is manager for building, West Central
the Zellwood Farms Company: whichis All Lutherans are earnestly avenue.invited. CHERRY
engineering extensive drainage im-
Geo.
Trapp,
pastor.
CARAMEL
provements on the Lake Apopka
marsh.
--0-- Don't forget to order some of that
Among the residents of Zellwoodwho pure ice c.eam from Hand's sanitary
W deliver from
e one
came down on the morning train factor)'. 9-5-ltc quart upHand's

yesterday to spend the day in Orlando -
were lIrs.1.. Stanko, Miss Anna
Kvetko, and M. T. Tomko. They returned -
to Zellwood on the evening FavoriteMONDAY'S
train.
& -()--
The name of Mrs Geo. Banschbachwas PROGRAM Pure Ice CreamPhone

unintentionally omitted from the Thanhouser. "The Song of the
list of officers elected at the meetingof Heart. A drama, in two parts.
the W. C. T. U. She was unani- Reliance. "Mike's Elopement. A

Sons mously elected recording secretary. comedy. 566 and 666
Keystone Comedy. "O'Flannigan's .
Guava and tang ice cream, fresh Luck." .
from the factory, is hare to beat. Four good reels of Mutual movies.
Phone Hand, C66. 9-5-ltc Five cent? to alL I

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A REMARKABLE STORE I FATE OF SOLDIERS' RUM JUST TO SEE THE ROAD

AN UNSOLICITED LETTERWant I Paris.-In spite of the prohibitionof

lie went into the department store I alcohol, French soldiers' friends Headed by W. C. Temple, mayor of
to compliment you for and said to the girl at the counter: I sometimes include small flasks of Winter Park, a delegation visited the FOR SALE r

the excellent work you have done "I want a box of Old Doctor Mix- brandy in their parcels for the men. I sand-oil road construction which is
for me. urn's tooth powder." An order has now been issued that I in progress between Umatilla and Al- I

Have been coming to Floridafor "Certainly, sir," said the clerk, and, any parcels suspected of containing toona. They motored to Umatilla and
30 years and have had work swiftly wrapping up his purchase, alcohol shall be opened in the pres- inspected the fine stretch of road that
done from Jacksonville to Key handed it to him. ence of the men to whom they are has been laid, and also viewed the Will offer for sale for a few days

West, St. Augustine to Pensacola lie seemed a bit staggered. addressed, and any alcohol found construction work at the camp where *
the
and I can truthfully say I "How's this" he asked. "Aren't shall be poured out on the ground be- the mixture: is prepared. They were property corner Orange Avenu ,

have never had such excellent you going to urge me to take some fore them. very much impressed with appearance
Jackson and Boone Streets known
work done for me, as you have other kind of tooth powder instead' of the road, and expressed them- as

done. The proprietors of the "Certainly not, sir," the derk re- :Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howard and selves very strongly as advocating I the skating rink for $26,000.
laundries of Jacksonville and plied. "We never do that in this daughters, Misses Florida and Mary, sand-oil roads henceforth and forever. property,

Tampa, not to speak of smaller store." and Miss Jessie Pedrick, of Orlando, -Tavares Herald. $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
places, can come to your place "My:: land!" he gasped. I spent several days. of last week at year

and learn how to do work. The Recovering his composure with a Daytona Beach, returning to Orlando Montreal, among the tig mountainsof and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY.
people of Orlando can justly feel visible effort, he handed the girl a Saturday morning. Mr. Howard is North Carolina, is unique. Private

proud of their Steam Laundry. dollar bill."Now one of the prominent newspaper::; men family a has few high desirable class accommodationsfor adult guests.

(Name on application.) I suppose I shall have to of Orlando, proprietor of the Citizen, Large, comfortable new house; run-
wait twenty minutes for my change," and while on this side of the state he ning water in each room; sleeping
said he bitterly. "And I suppose that was a visitor to the Journal.-Day porches; unexcelled home cooking."
Orlando Particulars, address "Birdwood, Box
when it comes you will be somewhereelse tona Halifax Journal. 27, Montreal, N. C. 5-16-S10t
and I shall have to wait another

Steam LaundryFRENCH finds twenty you.minutes" while the cash girl ---- I '


DRY CLEANERS "No, indeed, sir," the clerk answered -

LAUNDERERS i politely. "Here's your change
j i "
PHONE 88 now.
I It was more than human flesh could Th.e! Ibvif arikiet

bear. lie collapsed in a little heap on
the floor and the janitor swept him OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
FOR SALE!
out after closing hour.-Newark
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
SCREENS WHAT AM News. -
Y FRESH AND SALT MEATS

SCREENS HUXGERFORD TRANSFER CO. I I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO.
+ Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
John W. Pounds, Agent !If you wants to git any haulin did, hEh and
En prices dey am right, pure.
Box 703 Jes listen, en I'll tell you, kid, We invite inspection and :guarantee: satisfaction. We have
I One man dat treats you white. everything in the Meat Line.
;Now C. T. Hungerford am his name, t
I To treat he's bound,
you square
Dr.C.M.hnlsh.V.D.M. His transfer sho dun bilt. er fame, 0 H. : I.Self & Co.
It am de bes in town.
PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
of the firm of Drs. Parrish & Hauls enything, en I aint lyin,
. Yo stove er fryin pan.
Parish, Tampa, Florida; is located Hell haul dem ef hits rain er shine, d
indefinitely at Lumsden's In dat dar movin van.
I Fer passengers, he am well equip Engraved Stationery and
Stable, on West Church Street. No better kin be found,
The Doctor is a graduate vet En disadvice am one good tip, e
Dey am de best in town. InvitationsDon't
erinarian. A trial will convinceyou 6 _
of his superiority over the De swellest teams Ise ever seed,
Dem horses am ir mint; ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
uneducated horse doctor. Examinations follows but lead
Dey never always ,
sho dis ite Beauty" = because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
made free of chargeat Deys got town spint.
Ise gwine dar now ter git haulin done and deliver the goods in Orlando.
the stable. Yas sah, fur dar Ise bound,
Calls answered by day or Kase dey'll have mercy on ma mon, THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST. .
Dey am de bes in town.
PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
night. "The Hoosier Cabinet Saves Steps"The
Yo trunks furniture automo-
PHONE NO.25Bargain yo er
W. S. BRANCH
biles, low price of this wonderful labor-saving machineon ,
Dey'll also store fer
I Dey's sho safe dar,you.kase no one the club plan is fixed everywhere by the Hoosier factory THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
stealsFireproof You pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms.
stone bildin too. Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and
Dat phone dey have is 316 have it two hours from kitchen work tomorrow.
You kin dem down save your
ring up er ; SKATING RINKLADIES'
Dey'll give promp service, dat I mean,
OSCAR HAND & SONMeage
Dey am de best in town.

Dey's got de swllest funeral teams,
Dat I ever seed; SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES
En da tam sumpin I sho means,
Some day youse bound to need. DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

New house, 8 rooms and bath. I I Dars no rough ridin in dem teams, -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
Dey'll gently lay you down. I
Location perfect, 4 blocks from i You cant screams help,think, dont kuyr who INSTRUCTORS.Open .

center of city, east side. :i Dey am de best in town. 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.


For quick sale $3000. Cash or I i Dem Dats drivers what all sartinly folks am does perlite say,, Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.JDMISSIOIST .

terms. Dey knows de town ez good at night,
As dey does in de day.I .
bleeve ef Ah wuz in er lake : 1O CENTSORLANDO
En knowed Ise doomed ter drown,
I :My: funeral I'd ax dern to take, .
CARL DANN Dev am de best in town.
I -By( Paul Berlack, the Negro Poet.) "
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I To the BusinessMen No. 2 ROOFING

Mr. Donald Lee has returned from
Get Behind ,
a of Orlando
his outing at Galbraith! Springs, ANt p

'W'eUincjtmv.aDd I I Tenn., and is again at his post of Prosperity and local pride are twins. They are born at the same "
duty as bookkeeper in the Orlando time and grow up together. Enthusiasm for the home town is a SHEET METAL CO

enjoy a really cool. dry. tweet I I Bank and Trust Company. great thing for local business men. Once developed, this feeling
smoke. The Wellington Pipe won't shows direct returns in more sales and bigger profits.
boil won't get foul. I Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Mode III Have you ever seen a shabby town proud, or prosperous? Good ,
AmericaCome paint is a powerful factor in keeping prosperity after a communityhas
ill.Dd $300I won it.Dutch. and Rubber Roofings 4
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"onIe oJape.
2Sc.35cr up. 'Y Cornices, Skylights.Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
I Pablo Beach Boy Atlantic White Leadand

T Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
AND
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Dutch Boy linseed oil make quality-first paint. Put some
I Say AI: ,Atlantic Beach "lead-and-oil" paint to work for you and your business. Get in

I AND RETURN touch with your paint dealer today.

You want to see this new NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY

package Spider is introducing to September 4th The Orlando Meat Market

the market-its the swellest VIA 'i I
Rollins College Winter Park T. A. YANCY Jr., Manager
thing out in, the way of little Atlantic! Coast LineStandard '

Cigars. Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Railroad of the South Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus-
See him at theGood For tickets or information call on iness, Teachers' Course. Florida and Western Meats

Atlantic Coast Line Tcket Agent. i Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium Oysters, Fish, Poultry; Vegetables, Game, Etc.
J. G. KIRKLAND no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
and Bad Agent, Tampa. Attention Hotel and Out of Town OrderspHnNF.
Division Passanger rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical' Special to
TICKETS SOLD FOR ALL REGULAR and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
TRAINS. soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, / Business ((35 P. O. BOX 226
Cigar StoreOrange boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde- \Residence 33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
Limited to leave Jacksonville, 9.30 nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Avenue p.m.. September 7th. address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.

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The Morning Sentinel Want 4 West Pine Sreet Phone 617
i Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and
ORLAJSTDC Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 14 Yowell-Duck

I Terms Cash in Advance. worth Building.

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES

I II For One Day ---___________25t FRANK SMITH
For Three Day ____________SOc :;
I I For Six Days --_____________75c: DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
I I For One Month ------______$2.50) ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
i This rate applies on all ads of
f I 25 words or.less. If the ad contains 172
i more than 25 words the rate
Room 5, Watkins Block Phone
will le one cent per word for 72
each additional word, for each in-

I sertion.If Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
I you can't bring your ad to
I the office telephone No. 21. Ac- Davis & McNeffl Block
counts opened by telephone will be
i payable' the following day.

''r Il tol = tI i II Every Home-Every Business R. RAY WHITE Victor Starbuck
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Every Man has! use for a
: Sentinel Want Ad.
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Fun Phone 161
SALE
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I I FOR REXT-Five room cottage, No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
completely furnished, onefourthmile
I from city limits on east Winter 1
Park road. $15 per month. Garage
on place. P. O. Box 226. !9-4-Ctc)

MULES FOR SALE F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER

Pair nice mare mules in good condition DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST and CONTRACTOR
suitable for farm or heavy haul
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining Phone 37
t Co., Orlando, Florida717tfc
I Phone 716
FOR QUICK SALE-20
acre tract
one quarter mile from city limits; Rooms 2 and 3Yowell.Duckworth-
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Bldg
.6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. L. Percival Hutton


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


WANTED-A show case 6 or 8 feet Plating and Sub-Dividing McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
4 Mary's home is. oh, so modern and Gas appliances' have made it so. All day long Gas saves Mary lots of I long; must be reasonable in price.
time and many, many steps. Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater !Apply Mrs. Frank Soper, corner of PROMPT AND ACCURATE Florida.Member
keeps her room warm while she slips into her pretty negligee and scampers to her warm tub and then, Church and Boone. 9-4-3tc WORK : F. A. A.
in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waiting'to burn up at the touch of a match. I
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas 'cor-ner
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm 'I Pine street and Orange avenue HAL A. IRISHCivil
water for bathing,but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. and buy one of these fine summer
Why not take a tip from Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. I dresses at less than one-half price. Engineer
McLaughlin & Furen. 9-3-3t

I i Lost-A golden opportunity if you 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
.fail to attend the big sale at McLaughlin -I 9--
& Furen's, corner Pine St.i ij
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT : CO j,and Orange Ave. -' 9-3-3t Phone 72 ,

Found-The finest assortment oft
GAS DEPARTMENT ladies' wear, coats, suits, dresses, kimonos -
Paul V. Hutchins L H. RAMSDELl
and shoes at half first cost, !
at McLaughlin & Furen's, corner Pine OPTOMETRIST
& St. and Orange Ave. 9-3-3t I Attorney and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one I FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc I Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAL REPAIRING
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I I buy, sell rent, and exchange: real II II'I I
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Cut Flowers

SOUTH APOPKA. CITRUS NURSRIS[ [ ,'I over 20000000.10-6-3m 30 years.Call Have and}.'. A.see handled LEWTER.me. over I I ARCADEMILK and Plants


To reduce our stock as much as pos
OCOEE FLORIDA sible by the 15th, will give a discountof Floral Designs .
25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in store- Ham-


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All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- -I I DEPOTBUTTER Jolel Deli Florist.J. .


fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB M. CARUTHERS

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll MILK
prices :: :: :: :: Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
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 25c. per gallon
your
The rainy season is the best time to set old clothes made new.

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

next fall. I Suit pressed _____________40c. I Street
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand SANDWICHESPIES Successor to

pressed ____________SOc 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
Clothes called for and delivered. PROMPT SERVICE

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J. D. Burden has accepted a posi-
tion in the office of Curtis & O'Neal.

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
1821tfMr.

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W. J. Thigpen of Sanford was
Travel in Panamaand among Orlando: the business yesterday.How transactors. visiting FOR EVERY +

everywhere on American territory, ia simplified by "A.B.A."
Cheques. They are much safer to than cash and
carry ; they are much did you save last monthin
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare $10 A WEEK .
tf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for .
business or pleasure. Mrs. C. McLendon, of Fort Lau-
derdale, is visiting Mrs. JI. A. Fuller
The StatejBank! of Orlando"ELDER" of 405 West Pine street.

; YOU SPEND
'" Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
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Miss Lillian Higgins, one of San-
ford's vivacious young ladies is the
guest of Miss Ruth Ley.

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

J. W. Newman and W. J. Sphaler
were among the citizens of Taft who
spent yesterday in Orlando.Get .
$10 A YEAR

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

Mrs. J. E. Williams and daughter
Miss Lucy have returned from Day-
tona Beach where they spent several


:kI let weeks.Deposit them earn your 4 per Savings cent. Checks interest and for IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS[

............... ........, /ou. 812tfMr.

A. laden, who has been spend-
ing several weeks in Highlands N.C.,
enjoying mountain life returned
home yesterday afternoon.

" Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent interest for
you. 8-12-ti The Peoples? National Bank-

Miss Tillie Wichtendahl returned
-1 yesterday\ afternoon from. White 1%
i Springs where she has spent a


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SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, John Mn Jr., were among the wel-
visitors to Orlando
come yesterdayfrom
APPETIZING SATISFYING GOOD
Kissimmee.The .

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TRY Better TRY yours right now. 9-5-ltc : Who Will Be Your ,Executor?

Mr. J. R. Boyd, chief clerk in the
I IT BEST IT railway mail service, with headquarters -
in Jacksonville, was in Orlando ,
yesterday on business. -- ANSWER :NO. 2

Your estate may be materially impaired as a I
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and ice
Tango guava Cream,
specials of an executoror
direct result of the appointment
today, at Hand'q factory. Phone .
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S 15GG and &. 9-5-ltc trustee. .

When an individual is appointed
Dr. and Mrs E. W. Lott left yesterday I
... afternoon for Daytona Beachin The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .

their new Oakland car where they in wills that the personnommated
is usually provided
will remain until Tuesday.
to serve as executor shall be excused

'Wlr Try it once and you will always from giving bonds.
want Hand's tango and guava ice +eT
When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense -
cream for dessert. Phone G66. Itc
of the estate and then only partial secu- I
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Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nye and family i. rity against loss is provided.
have returned from their extensive selected-
When Trust Company is
Western trip and are again occupying a
Notice To Ford Purchasers '
their home on the corner of Libertyand The positive advantage of strong financial re- ? .
Church streets.
Between Aug. 1, 1914 sponsibility is secured.
Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room will close t A bond which has behind it the entire financial I'FH1i1

and Aug. 1. 1915 after Monday Saturday morning night's September supper 13th.until strength of the Institution is always filed with
9-5-ltc the Probate Court a* nn rwt to the estate. '

All Ford purchasers who hold Profit- Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof

Sharing Coupons will please endorse same I DoctorsBiickiiiastcr this newspaper.

and return immediately to The Ford :
& BrimdagtOSTEOPATHS
Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send Come in any time and freely ask for further :

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur- information on this vitally important subject.
chased during above dates. at Personal Kirksville instruction:Mo. under Dr. Still \ You are always welcome and our officers are al- .. r5iThe
glad to advise.
S. Ave.. above ways
132 Orange Peoples
For further information .
phone National Bank. Phone 578.

F. G. RUSH Will call by appointment. TeL 312-B I I Orlando Bank & Trust Company

32 East Church Street Phone 226 Lillian Bledsoe '! c
Orlando floridaCapital
GRADUATE MASSEUSE !
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Headquarters Standard Barber Shop'
Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Facial Massage Manicuring. !' 3 ,
Scientific Scalp Treatment J Z
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IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress

correctly.Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer I NEW STUDEBAKER "FOUR 40" I
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into
society." .

make Character yourself attractive is easily judged or repulsive by the at things will. one buys-You will The biggest value ever offered in Automobiles. $885 f. o. b. Detroit

Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of
gentility.
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No
two articles are alike no more than there are two human beings
exactly alike.If .
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means.
If you are just a "climber" visit the Evans store and you
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans
store will make you happy and if you are "happy anyway"come
in and be sociable.
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. n

Jewelry Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and u -
China. Statuary Bric-a-Brac Cut Glass Fans Tortoise Shell r ir
Work, anything artistic. ...
Original designing done for special platinum work.

New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible .r...
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