The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Russians invested PrzemysL At Late Hour
The French and British fought BORDER NOWCRITICAL

ing Von Kluck to the Petit Morin, Honolulu, T. II.-As a result of the
six miles north. The sixth French collision yesterday of the United
Administration Will Not Act HY, ASS'N MEETS army attacked along the Ourcq HEART TROUBLE States steamer Supply with the sub-

Until All Details Are at river. marines F-l, F-2, F-3, putting the little -
Hand-Gerard and South and West Florida Dele- Von Buelow's Germans cap- $12,000 Estate Goes to United I divers completely out of commission -

gates Will Fight Hard to tured Maubeuge, France, near the Brethren Wintered in I naval officials were discussing CARRANZA DENIES THAT
Page Instructed border with the of the with
Maintain FavorableRouting Belgian 40,000 prisoners Orlando 16 Years- today probability
. . and 400 guns.Germans drawal of all three vessels from ser- BORDER RAIDERS ARE
. . i Many Friends
repulsed before Ant- vice. HIS SOLDIERS
FOR Tampa, Fla.-With promises of a werp. Marion, Ind., Sept. 5.With indI-
innovation in
warned China against Tampa, an
s road fight coming it is expected cations that heart trouble had been
allowing foes of Germany to. I I local Labor Day parades, today's pa- 15,000 5,000
Queenstown, Sept. 6.-It is officially that a record breaking attend- cross her soiL the cause of his death, the body of rade was formed entirely of those
announced that the list of ance of delegates will be present I* John Null, age past 70, was found in who earn their bread by the sweat of
dead passengers as a result of at the meeting of the Central Florida YESTERDAY, SEPT. 6 the back yard of his home at 106 their brow. There were more than American Forces on Border Are
of the Allan liner Association which will beheld North E street, about 8 o'clock Sat-
the Highway
torpedoing Paris saved. The fifth French 1,000 persons in line and the line of About 13,000 Thought
Hesperian will include one saloon in Lakeland Thursday. St. Cloud urday morning by Tom Hendricks, of
army turned on Von Kluck and march extended over five blocks. Carranza Desires to
with 311 North Western avenue, .who had
and six second class passengers. people are said to have united back *
drove his advance to the -
It was later officially announced Commissioner S. A. Belcher in his demand Grand Morin. The sixth army, come to visit him. The old man had Jacksonville, Fla.-Governor ParkM. Force Trouble
that 13 of the Hesperian's crew: that the Dixie highway western reinforced from Paris, attacked lived alone' for several years', since Trammell' principal speaker at the
are unaccounted for, making a route through Florida go straighteast Von Kluck along the river Ourcq. the death of his wife, and has no rela- Labor Day celebration at Pablo Washington, Sept. G.-The menace
loss of life of from Osceola without tives living nearer than St. Paul,
total of reported county invasoin Mexican
The German armies east of Von Beach, reached Jacksonville yesterday of an organized by
twenty. coming southward through Polk and Kluck's attacked the French Kas. afternoon from Tallahassee, and troops across the United States bor-
t i t t f i i i i i DeSoto counties as planned previ- Neighbors saw the man go to a
front at Montmirail and Vitry. went immediately to Atlantic Beach.
der has forced the state and war departments -
and 8
ously. Another fight which will like- nearby grocery between 7
The White is the that the French navy bombarded Aus- o'clock, so that he could not have to give it their special at-
Washington, Sept. ly come up proposition trian port of Cattaro. Albany, N. Y.-The 800 conductorsand
north from been dead more than an hour when tention. .
House and the state department sus- road proceed directly Montenegrins: were fighting motormen on the Albany city
pended judgment on the sinking of Gainesville instead of going from Austrians in Herzegoniva. found. street car line went on strike today. Some officials entertain the opinion
the by German subma- Gainesville westward to Tallahassee. Tom Hendricks went to the front conflicts between
Hesperian a A new French army 50,000 Traffic ceased immediately. A dis-, that the constant
rine pending the receipt of definite information South Florida delegates generally, strong joined the allied French door of the Null home and knoc ed. pute over the discharge and suspen- Mexicans and United States soldiers
as to the circumstances of it is expected, will fight any proposed and British east of Paris. No one answered. He opened the sion of men caused the trouble.0 have been inspired by friends of Car-
the attack.It change in the plans which would send t i i s i i i t t t R i front door and walked in and receiv- ranza and that these conflicts will
has been announced that this the highway across the state before ing no answer to his call, went Charlotte, N. C.-Twenty-one com- grow in seriousness until a clash is
action until this section. had to through to the rear part of the houseto
government Will no reaching They BASEBALL RESULTS panies of Woodmen of the World, brought about which will force Gen-
hand. The hard in the first instance to the back yard. There lay the body
all the facts are at same fight very comprising two regiments, representing eral Funston to follow the enemy
course will be followed as in all other get the Dixie Highway Commission to American League presumably just as it"had fallen. Mr. North and South Carolina, were across the border.
cases growing out of German subma- allow them to have a western route Chicago 7-8, Cleveland 1-0. Hendricks summoned the neighbors, pitching their tents for a week's an- While it was not admitted by the
rine activities. at all, and that is all the more reason Philadelphia 3-0, Washington 5-5. who in turn called an undertaker and nual encampment here. war officials, yet it is understood that
The undercurrent of official sug- they are determined that, at the elev- Boston 2 New York 5. Coroner Zimmer.At -0London.Fighting- in case of an organized attack Gen-
gestion is that if it can be shown that enth hour, nothing shall be allowed to Detroit-St.' Louis, rain. a late hour the coroner had not on both wingsof eral Funston will repel the enemy farbe"ond

the Hesperian was torpedoed without defeat the purpose of the western Federal League delivered- a verdict in the case, but the eastern front proceeded with the border line, but will return "-
, warning and that she was not trying route. West Florida delegates are Newark 0, Brooklyn 5. since the aged man had had several much greater vigor than the strugglein of course to his headquarterson
to escape, only the prompt disavowal expected to be equally opposed to any Buffalo 3, Baltimore 2. attacks of heart trouble before, it is the center, where the invaders the American side. .
t will the most seri- of the route that would elim- I thought that this will be given as the ap-
by Germany avert change St. Louis 4-2, Chicago 5-2; second parently are having difficulties in It is certain that the governmenthas
ous of all the diplomatic crises: be- inate their section. game called in 5th inning, darkness. cause of death. trackless swamps. sent cavalry to the border, and
tween the United States and Ger- Secretary L. P. Dickie of the Cen- Kansas City-Pittsburgh, rain. The body will be left at the resi- -o- artillery for the purpose of making a
tral Florida Highway Association, National dence until word from a half brotherin for distance
neutral across
many. LeagueSt. Providence, R. I.-Justice Willis S. zone some
The seriousness of the Hesperiancase expects a large and enthusiastic gath- Louis 3-10, Chicago 2-0. St. Paul, Kas., who has been tele- Knowles, of the eighth judicial district the line Mexico..
was emphasized by the fact that ering at Lakeland September 9th. New York 4, Boston 0. graphed, is received.His was assassinated, just after he The Mexican political situation, in
the United States has absolutely refused Through his activity 122 new mem- Brooklyn 7, Philadelphia 3. will leaves virtually his entire had left his bungalow In North Scit- the opinion of officials, is such that
to discuss the Lusitania case bers have been secured since the Or- Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 2. estate of $12,000 to the United Brethren uate to take a trolley car for Provi- Carranza will finally determine not
until a satisfactory explanation has lando meeting. Tampa delegates who Southern League Publishing company, Huntington, dence, today. to take part in any Pan-American
been made of the sinking of the Ara- will attend will travel over the newly Memphis 3-2, Nashville 11. Ind.Mrs. -- conference plan for the pacification
bic, although only two American lives opened Tampa-Plant City road. Al- Little Rock 3-3, Chattanooga 2-2. James H. Allen, of Marion, St. Augustine, Fla.-United States of Mexico, and that it is to his inter-
were lost in the destruction of that though T. Ed. Bryan, president, and New Orleans 5-1, Atlanta 1-2. writing to the Sentinel, states that Senator Bryan, principal speaker of est to sidetrack that plan by produc-
vesseL L. P. Dickie, secretary, of the Central Mobile, 11-1, Birmingham 7-6. Mr. Null spent sixteen wnters in Orlando the day at the Labor Day celebrationin ing a conflict sooner or later with
In view of the importance of the Florida Highway Association, are that his wife died seven years this city, was heard by several General Funston's troops.
... exact and comprehensive information both Tampans, this city is not directly SUNDAY'S RESULTS ago, and that he had many friends in thousand people this morning at 11 Dispatches to Carranza's agency
which will include a defense of Ger- interested in the routing of the National League and around this city. I o'clock. from Carranza tonight say that it is

many, Ambassador Gerard at Berlin Dixie highway, as, according to the Pittsburgh 13, Chicago 2. not his troops which are creating disturbances -
has been asked to get a report of the original plans, it will not come nearer American League TANK STEAMER SUNK Berlin.-"We learn from Geneva on the border, but that the
from the this than Bartow. Detroit, 6-4, St. Louis 5-2. A
event Germany admiralty city that Roumanians residing in Switzer- disturbances are being fomented in
Ambassador Page at London also has Cleveland' 6-2, Chicago 0-4. London, Sept. .-The British land have received instructions to report the United States.
been asked to expedite his official report FROM DEL AND Federal League steamer Cymbeline has been sunk. at their regimental divisions.0 ." The agency also takes the ground
which will include the testimonyof Newark 8-2, Baltimore 5-3. Six members of the crew were killed that there is no cause for Carranza
the surviving Americans.The T. S. Hays, well known to many Chicago 6, Kansas City 1. and six were injured. Thirty-one oth- followers to become involved in skir- A
Pittsburgh. parade of 20,000
Allan liner Hesperian was St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 0. ers were landed safely. mishing along the border with Amer- A
Orlando in the
people, was city yes- union men and women today was the
sunk Sunday morning at 6:45 o'clock Southern League ican soldiers.
terday on business. Mr. Hays is in [ feature of the observance of Labor
within a few miles of Queenstown, New Orleans 6-2f Mobile 54. The Cymbeline was a tank steamerof The Carranza consul at El Paso,
presumably by a German submarine. the abstract business. Little Rock 2-4, Memphis 0-2. 4,505 gross tons, 370 feet long, Day in Pittsburgh. however, has informed Col. BuTlard .

The crew was landed by the Empress.The Nashville 3-4, Chattanooga 1-8. owned by the Bear Creek Oil and that near Mission, Texas, on the bor-

ill fated vessel was bound from Shipping company, of Liverpool. She EIGHT SCHOOlS OPENED der, 15,000Iexican troops are facing
Liverpool for Montreal. It carried WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED WHITE WAY COMMITTEE was last reported as having sailed American troops and that there is

350 passengers and a crew of 300. Commssioner S. A. Johnson has from Port Arthur, Texas August 13 danger of a conflict. _

.' Scatters called a meeting of the White Way;j and Norfolk, Va., August 21, for Superinendent Reports That the The consul, however, did not indi-
Lightning Burning
BARTOW MURDERER ARRESTED committee for Tuesday afternoon.U.S.Banking Dartmouth, England. cate that any attack will be made by
Outlook for Year's Work Is
HERE BY OFFICER BROOM Turpentine Over Alfred Naffaret, the Carranza commander.The .
LAST NIGHT Beecher at Camp Good-Increased At- fact remains that Funston'has
Near Zantee System Was Never tendance ExpectedThe probably not more than 13,000 troops

At ten o'clock last night, on Parrft- along the whole border and only 5,000of

,.\ more street, Officer Broom arrested a During the electrical storm yesterday Better Or On A Sounder Basis following Orange county these are near the point which is ,
Bartow negro who is wanted for mur- Alfred T. Beecher, a young white schools opened the year's work yes- most menaced.
der in his home city. It was stated workman at the turpentine still of -- terday morning: Pine Castle, Conway Dispatches from Funston to Secre-
that the man had assaulted a white Sellers & Bunch, located at Zantee, New York, Sept. Confidence in back in the grain outlook is the re- Taft, Cypress Creek, Little tary Garrison, which include dispatches -
man some days ago and then skippedthe was dangerously. injured when a home business affairs is everywhere ported injury to wheat from excessive Creek, Barton Lake, Spring Head, from officers along the bor-
country. stroke of lightning scattered the gaining, and in the best banking cir- moisture, also the certainty of a rush Beulah.Dr. der, all show a series of attacks by I
The officers picked up the trail and burning contents of a barrel of tur- cles there is universal expectation of of wheat into European markets J. McKinnon, county super- Mexicans, and the war department
wired the authorities here, with the pentine over his body. a good fall trade. Things in general when the Dardanelles are opened. intendent of public instruction, was officials understand that General
result that the man was arrested in Beecher was standing beside the appear to be on the mend. Trade and Wheat and oats will be record crops, present at the opening exercises of Funston means to indicate that these &
a few hours. At first he denied his barrel when the flash came and the traffic are still below normal, but the and corn nearly so. the Pine Castle school, and visited the attacks are aided and abetted by the
identiy, but later confessed to being I burning liquid was thrown over his tide is rising. The cotton outlook is, of course, Taft and Conway schools. The schools Carranza troops.
the man wanted. :clothing, settnig fire to it and The banking situation in the United unsatisfactory. While the situationhas are opening this year under very aus-
lie is being held on a charge of I burning him severely before he could .States was probably never sounder or been changed by the placing of picious circumstances and the outlookfor RACING DRIVER KILLED WHEN
murder, the victim of the assault is quench the flames in a puddle of :more satisfactory than at the present cotton on the contraband list, it will substantial increase in attendanceis CAR TURNS TURTLE AT

reported to have died. I water near by. moment. The new banking system is not materially affect exports since encouraging.The JUAREZ i
I I He was immediately rushed to the working smoothly; and the danger in I shipments to Germany had previously Misses Violet Douglass, Gussie
LARGE EXCURSION OVER COASTLINE McEwan hospital in this city and this part of our economic machineryis been almost suspended. The yield Sharpe, Marion and Gladys Nye, and Jaurez, Mex., Sept. 6-O. C. Bix- .
everything possible was done to alleviate more in the direction of overex- this year will undoubtedly fall con- Master John Dennis, all of the Orlando ler, driving a Mercer car, was killed &
the pain of the burns and save pansion than in contraction. Accord- siderably below last year's crop, schools, accompanied Dr. McKinnon this afternoon on the Juarez race
A large excursion train over the 'his life. At midnight last night he ing to a recent statement by the which will offset the loss of exportsof to the different schools which he track when the car overturned.The .

Atlantic Coast Line, from Tampa, was reported as being in very bad comptroller of the currency, the about 3,000,000 bales to Germanyand visited. yesterday. accident happened on the fif-
passed through Orlando yesterday afternoon condition, though it is hoped that he banks of the United States have it in Austria. Fortunately, there will teenth lap of a twenty-five lap race. I
shortly after 1 o'clock en I will recover. their power to expande loans fully be no difficulty in financing the crop. LABOR DAY The car rolled over three times,
route to Jacksonville' and St. Augus- $3,000,000,000.The Our own financial abilities, as just Because of Labor Day building operations and Mechanician Kendall was seriously 1
tine. There were thirteen cars and RAIN LOWERS TEMPERATUREThe present harvest equals and is shown, are unusual, and the offer of yesterday were at a standstilL injured.
all of them were filled. Orlando con- even exceeding all expectations as to the secretary of the treasury to loan Many of the business houses

tributed her quota to the crowd,about rain in this vicinity yesterday quantity. Wheat, corn and oats prom- $30,000,000 gold to the reserve banks remained open and trading was quiet, Croquet sets, lawn tennis racquets,
ninety leaving here to visit the Ancient morning was particular heavy. It resembled ise to surpass the earlies govern-I|for advances on cotton assures the although a number of people from and rook-the cheapest and the best.
City. a cloudburst at Winter Park. ment estimates; and the only draw-J)I South ample financial accommodation. nearby towns were in the city. Curtis & O'NeaL



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$1,000 Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER

is now the general opinion that (Miami Herald) *

the foremost question before congress I Orlando seems to be naving a high i 3y W. S. Branch. Reasonable

Will buy a choice building lot in Dr. when it meets in the first week of old time over the enforcement of Sunday I '

C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus December will be that of the preparation blue laws in that delightful com- !: Miss Mabel DurhamRoom I
Boost the "White Way. They are
grove on North Orange avenue overlooking I of the United States for defense munity. Those who are not in favorof I' all doing it and Orlando can not afford -II

Lake Ivanhoe. There are against the rising tide of militarismthat a wide open town nor are willingto to be among the tailenders.It No. 9 Better Known as "Jake the mber"

only 4 lots to be sold at the price. threatens to destroy the most exist under a cast iron rule as to .,..0- DAVIS & McNEIL BUILDING {_

The bricked street splits the lots, sacred rights of nations and individ their conduct on that day, are giving is an old and true saying that Church Street

which will have a frontage of 62 feet uals. The question has many phases. ,their assistance in seeing that the laws "A man is known by the company he

by 150 feet depth on the east side of There are excellent Americans, men carried out to the letter, and without keeps.shades" In this it is day equally of gaudy true, giddysun that HAS OPENED

the street, and a frontage of 62 feet and women, who think of it almost favor. many an Orlando lady is known two A PLUMBING SHOP

running back about 100 feet to the wholly from the standpoint of ultimate Instead of opposing the enforce- blocks away by the parasol she carries A. B. Cook & Co.

lake on the west side of the street, aims and ideals, and whose discussion ment of the law, exactly as it is written .r OX WEST PINE STREET, JUST
making 2 lots for the price of one, is along lines of ethical prin- the wise men of Orlando are giving Christ Building, Orlando.

and the price is fully 25 per cent. ciple. There are others-also of the the people a full exemplification Mrs. Ptacek Melbourne, Florida ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
married the other and she is
less than the real value. Each lot on trend of mind-who i was day
generalizing of what it is to obey the law. now Mrs. Belcher. We do not know
the east side of the street has about think in terms of broad practical policy I On last Sunday in that city the whether the 'lady is a native of INVESTMENTS, LOANS

20 large budded bearing trees. The and of legal formulas, and are only place of business remaining Brzesc, Viladikaukaz Pskov or Tver
ground is high and sightly. Building bent upon the construction of world open was one establishment conducted but we imagine the editor of the Melbourne STOCKS AND
Times is she has
glad changedher
restrictions will protect the home institutions to provide defense for all as a restaurant. There were no name. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Phone 204

builder. The owner has cut the price nations alike. There are others of a ''ice deliveries, the garages all closed, I J

upon my guarantee to make a quick concrete and direct oi There is
more way drays did not haul baggage and the an opinion prevailing over
sale. There is nothing like it in the the that times close and
thinking and acting. They try to look whole town put on the appearance ofa country are
for and location. Call money hard to get and.harder still to
city today price at things exactly as they are, and tobe New England village of two centuries hold. It must be that Orlando
me up by phone or come to the office. ready for emergencies that might ago, if we can trust newspaper ple are so dull minded that they have I
My time and auto are at :your service. arise suddenly. They think of what accounts of the present day event, not yet discovered the hard times. Hammond & Gore
Only lots to be bold at this price. might confront us before For go in most any direction on the
many years and the history accounts of what occurred -
brick streets and will find
paved you
international justice could be guaran- in New England in the early new residences going up and many FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
teed by means of a strong world or- seventeen hundreds. other improvements being made, and

E. C. YoungRoom ganization centered at The Hague. Some of the less pleasant events right in the business section new A
They ask for insurance against brick buildings are being erected and Real Values
were the erection of a pretentious others are being remodelled and im- Low Prices
10, McNeill & Davis Block. that might take place long mourning piece at the intersection of proved.

Phone 5G3.CEO. before the sway of ethical ideals couldbe two of the principal streets, and the COMPARE

relied upon to protect the weaker hanging in effigy of one of the editorsof The Times-Union is in a nerve- A

against the stronger. the city, who has been rather Backing position in reference to the OUR
United States and the war. The two FURNITUREWe
This magazine has no altered viewsto strenuous in his ideas of Sabbath ob men in public life that the T.-U.

[ BANSCHBACH express upon any phase of these servance. We are assured, however, writers can not endure are Col.Roosevelt -
questions of war, peace, national that both of these things were done I and Wm. J. Bryan. If Uncle I provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -

aims, and public duty. It has discussed before sunrise on Sunday, and that Sam does not enter the war Bryan by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
Cabinet MakerDoors them often during the past will get some of the glory because of an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
they were removed early on Monday, his peace utterances and if eventually -
twentyfiveears, and its editorial thus not breaking the law. Otherwise we become mixed up in the conflict can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

doctrines have not changed at any it might be said, Orlando was Col. Roosevelt will claim and receive stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
Screens, Porch Swings, some of the crdeit for getting us intoit.
time the mission and
as regards duty
reasonably quiet on Sunday, last. What is that saying about "Be-
Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases policy of the United States. This It but i A
periodical was possible to buy a cigar, tween the devil and the deep sea" ?
Folding Card Tables, Cedar ; in its editorial views and in not a banana. Ice could not be pro- McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- its contributors' pages, has cared as cured for the sick. Trunks could note Phil. Armstrong warbles the following -

tals, etc. Also Repair Work. much for the fine ideals of peace and > hauled to the station. One could ditty: Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, FloridaFresh A
world progress and harmony as Jane not hire an automobile, although 'Mary had a little sense:
All Work Guaranteed Addams Mrs. Villard Andrew I This truth I've found out .
or or those who owned one were not pre- ( just ),
Carnegie, or David Starr Jordan. It'' vented from giving it suitable exer- She sold the Iamb for a souvenir

12 E. Church St. Phone 417 has, with certain modifications of cise on the Sabbath. But everybodywas And bought a runabout.

their ultra-legalism, approved the arbitration good natured over it all, we are IIIIIIIIIMitMHtllMIIMIilllMMtMliltMI'MMiaMJ

programs of men like Mr. told. Even the editor whose effigywas Mary had some more sense,

Taft and Mr. Knox. It has believed, hung in his own door smiled as (I hope you'll not be bored),

in spite of current ridicule and crit- he paid a morning visit to his office, The runabout that she purchasedWas Vegetablesand ii

What do you icism, that there was great moral and whch leads to the inquiry what was a 1915 Ford. J

even practical value in the peace trea- an editor, who insists on the absolute -
hope form in a ties of Mr. Bryan. It has believed enforcement of the Sunday law, doingat The McNair Lumber Co. is doj FruitsOKRA

pre-eminently in the right adjustmentof his office on Sunday morning? ing some very clever and we believe

varnish ? unsettled questions as a path to The experiment at Orlando will be some very effective advertising in the

peace, and has therefore regarded the watched with interest and bets maybe Tims-Union. Time was when it was

policies of Elihu Root as secretary of made on how long this special not thought ncessary for a lumber

state, under the presidency of Theo- spasm of virtue will last. dealer to do more than simply announce PEPPERS
dore Roosevelt the hat he dealer in "lum-
as most sagaciousand was a r STRING BEANS .
the most beneficent in all our recent LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL ber, lath and shingles." But in this

A II Q NU history.On age of expert advertising the mer- FRESH TOMATOES

the other hand we have never Clyde Inn Clyde. N. C., chant who simply announces his place SWEET POTATOES

TRO been convinced by the arguments of September. 2, 1915. of business and the class of goods lie APPLES

Mr. Carnegie and of foreign friends Editor Sentinel:-While enjoying carries might about as well not ad- ONIONS
1511&7sff53 like the Baron D'Estournelles de Con- the exhilarating climate of the Landof vertise a't all. Originality and indi-

_ .stant, that the United States had no the Sky, thoughts will return to viduality are a most essential part of MANGOES
my home in beautiful Orlando. Please PINE APPLES
need of any army or any navy, or any permit me a little space in your good modern successful advertising.
kind of preparation for defense, because -> paper to tell of the circulation of the -
of its economic and geographical petition for a free Kindergarten in Something has discolored the painton SAVINGS CHECKS
When you buy varnish for your conditions and its your midst last spring. some of the buildings along the
floors you hope that it will improvethe international With-the signatures of two hundredand Pay your bills before the tenth and get Savings
appearance of those floors and relationships. We have always be- sixty-two adults which include bay shore in Tampa and the high- Checks.

that it will be durable. <. lieved that the United States should very influential taxpayers, club members brows are trying to ascertain the
have and parents all of whom are at of the trouble. Some of them
Unfortunately much that is sold for a thoroughly adequate navy; cause
least winter residents of
floor varnish won't realize that hope and your city, think it is the fumes of
we have argued that any failureto sulphur
for and the promise of seventy-five pupils
you.Lawson's maintain the fleet gn a high scale between the ages of three and six, water and others are sure it is the Our Grocery CompanyTwo

has a wonderful Lustro deep Elastic lustrous Floor finish.Varnish It is of strength ond efficiency would re- also thirty-two others provisionally, odors of decaying fish. If either of
easily applied because it works easily. It result in calamity. It is our mission to it would appear that this Kindergarten the above would discolor paint there Phones: 3 and 200 .
is unequalled for durability and will not movement was a brilliant suc-
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust- bear a proper share of responsibilityfor would not be anything but discolored
free in from five to seven hours and gets cess.However 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. : ; -**
the with paint the whole length of the east
hard m twenty-four hours. guardianship and the evolu- great disappointment -
As for economy. Lustro has a covering tion of various nations besides our I learn that such is not the case. coast. The real cause of the discoloris
Lack of funds is stated the cause
capacity that is wonderful.Try as
own, in a struggling and painful undoubtedly the fumes that arise illtMIMIUMilMtltlllMMillMIMMilUIIIIMIiffltCAREY
of Lustro Elastic Floor of the failure to establish a free Kin-
Varnish out at a our case risk returnable if unsatis- epoch. A refusal to be efficient and dergarten in the public school for when the editors of the' Tribune and

fa<:*.ory. vigorous implies a distrust of ourown ALL the children; to which we haveas Times spit fire at each other through \

Made by Valentine & Co. character and motives. This en- much right as our sister city, St. their typewriters.
Petersburg, and other cities of our
Manufacturers of tire nation, by a sentiment over- fair state, which proudly boast of
whelmingly strong, is for honorable, free Kindergartens. SPOKANE'S OSTRICHES SITTING
vrALSPAR and righteous, and permanent peace. Its We might look at all business activities HAND
and there to be .
VALENAMELAll motives are not to be doubted. Our appears
money enough; appropriations for ev Spokane, Wash.-According to Superintendent -
t own right to live quietly in our homesis erything. Shall we, the citizens of a
of Parks John W. Dun-
too valuable and too sacred to be prosperous booming town, considerthe FUNERAL DIRECTOR
conservation of our financial, bus- can the male ostrich in the Manito
trifled with
by leaving uninsured.
to be had atFINLEY'S iness, and beautifying resources more park zoo is sharing with his mate the AND EMBALMERAll
-From "The "
Progress of the World,
than human ? These
PIONEER PAINT our resources labor of hatching seven ostrich eggs,
in the American Review of Reviewsfor human resources which are the throb-
STORE September. bing heart of the welfare and better- on which the hen ostrich began to

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. ment of our growing city should not sit a few days ago. The male ostrich
be neglected. As Bishop J. W. Bash- sits on the eggs in the daytime and calls answered Promptly Dayor
EPIDEMIC AMONG HORSES DUE ford of China, said at beautiful Lake
the hen ostrich takes up the work at
Junaluska N. C., a few weeks ago Hand Block.
"God made all men of one blood and
we should strive to unite and help Besides her duties in motheringthe I
ALL. Thus shall we become coworkers for shift in 24
one Orlando Florida.PHONE
$$2 SI eggs every
AugustineAND W. A. Munsell, assistant state with God. The petitions of fathers .
hours the hen ostrich still adds to I ,
veterinarian, is here today at the request mothers and children should not
i go unheeded. \Ve dare not overlookthe the size of the sitting by laying another 639. RESIDENCEPIIONE 457,
of City Manager Miller\ to in- cry of the innocents for lack of egg occasionally.

RETL'RNMONDASEPT. vestigate an epidemic among horses. filthy lucre. Surely some generous The keepers at the zoo built the
heart will reply to the and give
cry I
lie reports the trouble to be a my- I the needed nest under a shed to give the ostriches -
I amount to establish a free I
cotic forage poison produced by some Kindergarten in the public school protection from the weather.

6 one of the blue moulds or fungi where ALL and not a few, may have The hen ostrich, however, disliked the

spores ingested with the food whileat the proper training and assistance arrangement and with the assistanceof

pasture.It from Thanking the beginning.you I am, with best her mate rolled the eggs outside

YLAtlantic is of the same order of disease wishes, into the sun, where the hatching is AUTO %WASUING STATION

that prevailed in Kansas three years 'I MRS. E. A. POTTS. now being conducted.The .

ago. The disease is not contagiousfrom I hatching process continues 42
C Coast Line one animal to another. Treat- 512.132.323 IN MUNITIONS EXPORTED days. Six eggs from the same hen, THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

ment is more or less unsatisfactory, :FROM N. Y. IN JULY laid earlier, are being hatched in the

Standard Railroad of the South but should consist in eliminating the city laboratory in an electric incu- REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.
New York. Statistics
poisons produced in the system, giving especially bator.
tabulated at the house "
customs '
yes- Known as "The Handy Man.
purgatives and diuretics with
terday showed that the exports of .
Special Train heart stimulants and complete changeof munitions from this port in July, PETROGRAD REPORTS SUCCESS
feed. Prevention is the best treat- reached a total of $12,132,323, far
surpassing all previous records. In or any ma-
LEAVES ORLANDO 2 P.M. ment and may be accomplished by
the corresponding month of last ,
year chine Work
Tickets limited to September 8 keeping animals off of damp marsh the month before the war, the valueof Petrograd.-The following state-
pasture at this time of the year. the munitions exported was $381- ment was issued by army headquarters -
Feed only tame grasses, well cured 662. This is an increase of $11,750- : GASOLINE AND OIL
"On the Caucasus front in the coast
train leavesSt. and clean oats, and wheat 661.These
Special returning bran
July exports of munitionswere region a Turkish attempt to dislodgeour
Augustine 10 a.m., Sep. 8 avoiding all marsh or %wild home divided as follows: Cartridges, vanguard failed, and the Turks Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
cured hay and patent horse feeds as $2,028,478; dynamite, $10,759; gun- were put to flight by our hand gren- I
much as possible. powder, $4,491,311; explosives, $8,- ades.
7984210; firearms, 1803515. "In the direction of Olti, our pa-
For Information Call Allow animals free
on access to rock Their
value the statisticians pointed trols forced the Turkish outpost posi-
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. salt and keep system clean by an occasional out, helped materially to bring ..tinos in the region of Lake Akhizghel,
W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & T. A. dose of Epsom salts or raw about the July record of $154,000,00<] at the point of the bayonet and captured Ads
Want Get
in the total I Sentinel Resultss
Orlando linseed .-St. Augustine Record. New York. exports the port of their trenches killing 200 and
capturing war booty.



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FOUGHT FOR BELGIAN ART precious stones and escutecheons with I JACKSON'S FLAG TO BE RE-

the arms of Loo. STORED TO NEW ORLEANS

I Fumes, Belgium.-The little Flem- The pride of Fumes was its famous

ish towns that loafed for centuries on pieces of Cordovan leather and specimens -
Bloomington, 111.-Its folds bear-
the banks of the Yser before being I of art of the middle ages, when
the marks of conflicts in three
in Flanders man condemnedwas ing
reawakened to give their names to every
I I the battle flag of Gen. Andrew
the history of some of the most dra- required to execute in bronze a wars
Jackson is to be restored to New Or-
matic epodes of the war-Nieuport, reproduction of his crime in the form
of the of body which he had leans, where it was made by the wo-
Dixmudf>Ypres-counted little com- part on "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
of that city four before
mercially' and only Ypres figured committed it, or the part of the body 'men years
with which he committed it. Illinois was admitted to the Union.
much in history. I'
Wars had reduced the former proud I' The value of the works of art For fifty years the flag has beenin Unless Budded from A Bear-
saved from ruin along the Yser runs the Illinois Memorial Hall in the
capital of Flanders to a droning town state house, where it was placed after I
high in the millions.
of less than 20,000 inhabitants, of up the fall of Richmond and the surrender ing Tree of Known Qualityand

whom virtually only the Valencienneslace of Lee. It is over 100 years )
makers worked. The MUST BE NO DIVIDED SPIRIT
men were :>Id. By unanimous vote both branches -
called "tournesols," which may be FOR AMERICAStockbridge of the Illinois legislature agreed Quantity of Produc-

translated' either as "sunflowers" or I.
Mass. Oswald Garrison to its return.
"shadeseekers; they earned the name !' Villard publisher of the New The flag was captured by th1'I "
tion. O. W. ConnerIn
by shifting their lounging places on --
York Evening Post, in an address before eighth Illinois cavalry in an engagement -
the Place in the Laurel Hill Association here
Grande so as to keep in Tennessee. It had been car-
the sun when the weather was cold, declared that the movement among
ried by a Louisiana regiment in the
I American citizens of foreign, especially -
and to keep out of it when it was hot. German descent, to form bodies Mexican war, and prior to that was

The remaining importance of the I apart from the citizenship presenteda carried by the command of Andrew
place was, as that of Dixmude, Nieu far reaching domestic issue which five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-
Jackson at the battle of New Orleansin
port, and Furnes, chiefly its treasuresof the American. Villard people said that must an conquer.Mr. important. the war of 1812. It has been regarded onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave

art. factor in the continuance of the as one of the most notable brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection

Those of Ypres were mostly gathered "American melting pot" lay in educating relics in Memorial Hall.It does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
immigrants to the proper duties -
in the Merghelynck museum and of citizenship. He said he was was a veteran of the civil war, Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
have been practically all saved, in- "born on German soil, of a German Representative Thomas Campbell of
published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
cluding pictures by Snyders, van Rock Island, who lost a leg at Vicks-
Oost, and van Thulden, with rare the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
burg and who participated in the bat-
specimens of wood carving, Spanish COBB RECOVERS FROM HIS BATTING from a parent of true merit.
SLUMPChicago. tle in which the Illinois cavalry captured -

leather, jewels, and manuscripts. I .-"Ty" Cobb is recovering I the flag was the one to intro- To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
While the Germans were approachingthe !from his recent batting slump, according duce the bill to return it to Louisiana.It .
line of the Yser, Henri Dommar to averages published here a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not

tin, state librarian at Brussels, transferred 'American today, and league still is sluggers safely leading with .375.the New will Orleans be one this of summer the attractions, when the at been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-

the museum intact to Dunkirk, The Detroit star, during his slump, one hundredth anniversary of the battle vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
and from there to Havre. The most failed to hit in nineteen
the get. a tripsto in which the flag was given its Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
work of art in the entire
precious region -
"The Adoration of the Wise I leaguers trailing the baptism of fire will be celebrated. The the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
Georgian in hitting are Speaker, Boston Daughters of 1812 approved the prop-
Men of the East," by Jordaens, valued 329; Crawford. Detroit 327; osition to send the old flag back. Mrs. rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.

at $800,000, lost at Dixmude.It Jackson. Chicago, 326 E. Collins
was ;
had been removed from the bom- Chicago, 319; Fournier, Chicago, and Alice Bradford Wiles, of Chicago, You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

Mclnnis, Philadelphia, tied with 316; president of the organization, was untiring great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
barded church theatre for
a safety
; Veach Detroit. 307; Strunk Phila- in her efforts in behalf of the
the theater was caved in by a shell delphia, 303; :Maisel, New York, 302, bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single

and the picture destroyed. and Lewis, Boston, 300. bill.The bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
same assembly which voted to
A number of other works of art,
Mr. Fred Falck, of Orlando joinedhis give back to the women of New Or- CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where 'ourgrO'e
including of Cordovan,
rare specimens
family in Titusville, Saturday, fora leans the flag their grandmothers and
is to be planted in your first letter. Address
relics of the Spanish occupation of few days visit. Mrs. Falck and
great-grandmothers had made also
Flanders, were saved here by M. Marie have been spending a couple of
weeks with Mrs. C. Collins and fam- voted to return to the survivors of
Dommartin and M. Eugene de Groot, I
ily. They returned home yesterday.East the eighteenth Tennessee infantry the
deputy for Fumes and Dixmude.
When the French troops went Coast Advocate. I flag of that regiment, also captured Ocklawaha Nurseries

. I by Illinois troops in the civil war.
through Loo to meet the Germans t t t 5 t t 1 t t

along the Yser, they saved a valuable SHOT THROUGH HEAD DID This flag has already been returnedto O. ,Yo CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, FloridaOR
the South. As soon as Gov.
picture, "Christ Between the Two NOT EVEN STUN HIM '
Thieves," by Van Brockhorst, pupil i Dunne can select a representative to
make the trip to New Orleans the
of Rubens. Other objects of lesser Vienna. A is '
strange case reported G. G.
I flag of Gen. Jackson will be returned. Wright, Agent
value were left, but afterward saved from the southern front. '
by M. Dommartin, with the aid of the In one of the battles on the ANNIVERSARY OF SEDAN CELEBRATED 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.

cure of the parish. They were aboutto Isonzo, Franz Wachleitner, a Ty- IN BERLIN -

leave when Jhe cure cried: "I was rolean soldier, was shot through .1

going to forget the mass book." The the head. The bullet went clean Berlin.-September 1 the anniver-

mass book of Loo was one of the through his brain but he was not sary of the battle of Sedan was cele-
brated by a display of flags, celebra-
most valued relics of Flanders. It even stunned and walked unas- tions in the schools, with addresses

was printed by the widow of Balthazar sisted to the nearest field hospitaL I I recitations and singing, and by patriotic -

Moretus, son-in-law of Plantin, in In a few weeks he will be .1 I gatherings and excursions of
various societies. Concerts
' 1701. It contained many beautiful able to return to the front. I were given -
. for the support of the wounded _
engravings and was ornamented with t i i i 55 t R. t t iH ,I I and of widows and orphans.

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South Florida SentinelMORNING By J. B. Ley
Conquer the habit of worrying if I "As ye would that men should do I'

AND WEEKLY you want to be happy in this world. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Rose returned to you, do ye also to them likewise."

V.. C.2:. ESSINGTON..BusinessManagerEntered GLENN ......................EdiUrT. Worry will grow upon you, becoming yesterday afternoon in their -Luke 6:31.
a little worse day after day until it I Hupmobile from an extensive motor
The Golden Rule of conduct thus is
as Second at the Clan poctoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. FlorIda holds you in such an unrelenting grip trip I which they greatly enjoyed, hav- spelled. .

that you are a veritable slave to its ing covered 2,600 mles over moun- These words ring true and strong ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES dictates. Shake off fear, fill your tains, good roads and bad ones, and Adown the ages long, !
Daily. 1 Year ....................... 16.00 And in their love warm clasp our ..
Daily. 6 Moatba ...................... 2.60 mind with happy thoughts, look into only met with one slight mishap, a thought is held.
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.26 the future unafraid and be thankful puncture. Mr. Rose the outlook
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 says
:for the blessings of the present.No for a prosperous season is exceedingly They bid us each and all, "be fair;"
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 I We should not judge by single deeds
matter how bad your conditionyou bright, everywhere they went they
PAYABLE IN Nor yet alone by spoken creeds.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO can always find something to be met people who were very much interested Of any judgment harsh, we should MIMiMlllllliniliMlliitllllMMIIMMMMt

thankful for. If you are poor you in Florida and Orange coun- beware.

ADVERTISERS may have health, a blessing many of ty in particular. I j
Opy' far display and all ether bandsetftdTcrtUiac the rich would be willing to pay for Some fight against ancestral downward I
Bust be aande* in at u.. bosiaessoffice pull,
.t Ik* Seatiml ant later than 1 p. .. dearly. If you are ill you may at MONDAY NIGHT CLUB HELD A Some struggle with surroundingshard
tb. day bcfrrc puh-Ucsii.a. This rule applies
q chance far contract advertising: it IeanriaI least be happy in the tender ministrations PLEASANT SESSION ,
: l. and will be strictly adhered to. of friends and relatives And yet again there's weakness to
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued around you. Look at any conditionfor The Monday Night Club was en- The faltering footsteps, and some are
should notify the office in writing on the good there is in it, look for tertained at bridge last evening by dull.No .
the date of expiration otherwise it will
continued at the regular subscription rates the best, do your best, and you will Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rogers, on Lu-
until notice to atop is received. great wonder that our brothers
Telephone..b-r ...................... *. have no cause to worry.L. cerne Circle. Those present were Mr. often yield,
o and Mrs. Irvin Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Perhaps more wonder when they
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1913. S. TENNY IN NEW YORK; ON Ralph Yearby, Miss Roberta Branch, stand

VACATION AT OLD HOME Miss Bonnie Beacham, and Mr. and Bereft so often of a helping hand, I

The house-hunting season draws AT HILTON Mrs. Rogers, who constitute the Our hand withheld, that might have
been a shield.To .
nigh. club. They meet each Monday night

o New York.-Lloyd S. Tenny, man- and bridge is the chief amusement. put one's self in place of him who Announcement !I
Europe seems to prefer war at any ager of the Florida Growers' andShippers' fails
To know his needs to face his foes,
price. in New York
was SEPTEMBER TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS To sink beneath his swelling woes,
o this way on his way to his former BEGIN TODAY Would sometimes make us kind and
Yesterday was Labor Day, Rule home at Hilton, N. Y. Mr. Tenny is true and fair. .

Day, and Blue Monday. taking a little vacation but, at the The regular September examina-
"As ye that men should do to ,"
o same time, is quite interested in his tions for certificates to teach will be- Thus speaks our Gracious Lord, -'o-

Three weeks from yesterday and orchards in New York state, wherehe gin this morning at 8:30 sharp. Miss Thus comes to us his gentle word,
the school bells will ring. has a pretty good of peachesand "Even so to them, go thou and do."
Eva Taylor will assist in the exami-
-o We take
apples. nation of white applicants, and M. L. exceptional pleasure -
It takes a man who never did anything The Florida Growers' and Ship- Ivey will help conduct the colored ex- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

to tell you how it ought to be pers' League is getting out a loose in
amination. advising gentlemen
done. In building my tomb in the Orlando our -
leaf book containing the freight rateson
Cemetery there was an error made in
o all fruits and vegetables from la- the carving of the verse, and on
Ten and costs for "speeders" withno most every shipping point in Floridato ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. learning of the error, had it removed. patrons that the special
extenuating circumstances. Serves The names mentioned in the verse did
over 2,400 markets. The book covers T. H. Fuller, who has been not refer to J. II. Vick or J. A. Knox
'em right. all the important commodities of Orlando. representative of
spending several weeks visiting rela-
o shipped out of the state and will be 9-7-2t FRED S. WEEKS.
There is little use in talking about leased to subscribers by the league, tives and friends in Alabama, includ-
ing LaFayette and Gadsden, has returned -
peace as long as the newspapers con- and kept up to date by that organiza- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
to his home 307 East Pine
tinue to publish those war maps. tion.-New York Packer.
street. Mrs. Fuller and son, Raymond SALE-Horse, Isaac
-oA -- wagon surrey Hamburger -
his seat in will remain in that state for a two sets harness; or trade for car
Chicago man gave a
BUSINESS MANAGER OF TIlE while longer.Mr. or real estate. R. P. Gilpin, Winter
street car to a woman and now he is SENTINEL REACHES Home, Fla. 9-7-6t*

married to her. Serves him right. HOOSIERLAND I
0 SAFELY A. B. Johnson, electrical con- & Sons

Having started at Belgrade, the tractor, with his wife and children,

war has returned there, but it does (Indianapolis Star) and Mrs. C. W. Johnson, are spend- The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's
few at the Osceola hotel
ing a days ,
look like the
not same place or W. C.
Essington business
managerof '
Tavares. Mr. Johnson has the con-
same war. the Morning Sentinel of Orlando
tract for the electrical work on the
o Fla., was in Indianapolis yesterday, Select Boarding and Day
that new public school building at that School for Girls
It is given out by some one on the way to his former home at

the reason the Turks are fighting so foblesville< Ind., where he will rejoin place.Dr.. 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 be with and
Primary Intermediate and Academic us today
hard is because they have so many Mrs. Essington, who has been enjoying -
wives defend. and Mrs. A. B. Whitman were Grades .
a visit with her Mr. and
o Mrs. W. H. Craig. Mr. Craig is a among those leaving Sunday for i Also' Musk, Art, Elocution, Physical tomorrow with an Exposi-
The final withdrawal of the government North Carolina to spend the remain- Culture and Domestic Science.
man. Essington
from national banks newspaper reports der of the summer in the mountainsof For Catalogues address the Rector
money financial conditions in Florida as excellent tion of the
that state. Their destination
was made yesterday. The total with- Mr. Essington's partner and Rev. Roderick P, Cobb, A. M,
Blowing Rock, and they will be absent -
drawal aggregates $3,097,500. .editor of the Sentinel is W. M. Glenn, Orlando, Fk.
from Orlando until the end of
o i formerly on the editorial staff of the
Some are interested in beach trips, Star. Mr. the month.
Indianapolis and Mrs. Es- Newest
others interested in the baseball
are sington will return to the South October FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
while others I lion. A. B. Newton, Mrs. Newton
innings, are making : : 1.
themselves-about Sunday closing. I and children, and Miss Lula Newton,
of Winter Garden, were among the and Latest
prominent folks, from west Orange
The allies can only hope that all
' those Russian prisoners the Kaiser I visiting Orlando yesterday. They

I were accompanied by Miss Willie Fall
has captured are good and hungryand An attractive announcement of .
will devour all the German Green, of Arcadia, who has been visiting VANILLA
sup- their fall
tailoring exposition is being
them and was en route to her
plies. mailed to present and prospective patrons home in DeSoto county. TUTI FRUTI Styles and

o by the Dickson-Ives Company.The .
France, on September 12, is to observe announcement is worded follows GUAVA
as .
the first anniversary of the bat- : "Announcement: Fall Tailor- Miss Josephine Drane is now visiting ICE CREAMS. FabricsFor \
relatives in Louisville, Ky.,
tle of the Marne. That the
was place
ing Exposition 6
September 7 8
; an
where she is
having a most delightful -
where the Kaiser's machine slippedits
exposition of the newest and latest
time. She is expected home within -
first cog. fall: styles and fabrics awaits in-
your a few days, stopping en route at the men who
o care
spection. We most cordially invite
Tallahassee. Her AUTO LUNCHESA
friends will
It is that 2 many
to August
reported up to call. Dickson-Ives
you Company,
be interested to learn that she will
German submarines had
destroyed exhibitors Isaac Hamburger & Sons SPECIALTYCLUB
; ,
fill the chair of domestic science at
of British Andto
180,713 tons shipping. merchant tailors Baltimore. /
think King George has only 19- representative in charge." Special i I the Cathedral school at Orlando, We most cordially invite

" 819,287 tons left which opens in October. It has been

19 months since Miss Drane has beenin
Lakeland and her many friends you .
Yesterday was "labor day" in the MEET .
municipal court, the police drag net will give her a most cordial welcome.

Saturday and Sunday having drawn a The county commissioners of Or- Lakeland' Telegram.MASQUERADE .

number of violators for minor of-
ange county will hold their regular We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed .
fenses. Disturbing the peace, fight- monthly meeting today in the court CARNIVALAt ,
ing, speeders, and others on general' house. the Rink September 9. Everyone and Delivered for All f ,
on the floor must at least weara
mask. Admission 10 cents. I Occasions
o Advertise in the Morning Sentinel 9-7-ltc : ..
Orlando citizens have gotten the

Sunday closing movement down to a

point where they don't want any din- .

ners cooked on that date. Orlando

citizens ought to come to Apalachicola -

where every citizen does as suits
him best on Sunday.-Apalachicola .

Times. o s Immtuae"Molly : : : :

The Orlando Sentinel tells of the H.THE

plans for a fine new building on Or-
ange avenue to be used in the auto- I wish you would be a better little girl," said a mother to her little daughter. ..

mobile business. The building will. be "You have no idea how sorry I am that your teacher is compelled to scold you."

of concrete and have dimensions oC "Don't worry about it, Mama," was the reply. "I am not one of those sensitive chil- 1

50x100 feet. "This marks another dren. Half the time I don't hear what she says."

fine improvement in the business dis- We trust it is different with you, and that you read what we say in this space from "

trict," says the Sentinel. "Within a time to time. You, also may not be sensitive, but we will venture the assertion that you i

few years it is predicted that Orange are interested in getting the most possible for your money, and when we say you can

avenue will have four solid blocks of make 700 per cent or more on the amount you invest in a Certificate of Privilege with us.

business" houses!; on both sides of the it should appeal to your business sense as being a good proposition. Quality considered, C

street. Times-Union.o we give the best values in town. Our eggs are strictly fresh and are kept cooled.

There are a great number of argu- Come one, Come all.

ments for and against closing the lid

on Sunday. Down in Orlando, according Co.

to the Sanford IleraTd, it is ( :;

all right for the gentleman who owns

his automobile to enjoy a ride on Sun-

day afternoon, but is a crime for the The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. .

less fortunate gentleman to hire an

automobile to have his family enjoy .DEPARTMfNT STORE.

a ride Sunday afternoon. It is aright S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ... :

to buy a cigar and enjoy a quiet

smoke, but it is all wrong to buy a

banana and enjoy a quiet eat. It i is

hard to regulate' Sunday closing. I

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I (rlanbo 'nritty GRANDTODAY I "Get It At Allen's" .J|

SOCIAL CALENDAR :public during the last year as a concert l .-=
I I soprano and won success for her
Harvey-Boynton Tuesday, wedding September at 7.the Bap- i artistic work, will open her fall tour #t++ttr< A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and Beauty

tist pastorium at sunrise. in Buffalo New York on October 12. *x We can commend the Hamilton to anyone who wants .
Junior Matrons will hold their reg- During that week she will sing at i t
t of
ular weekly meeting hostess Mrs.T. Erie, Pa., on the evening of the 15th, 3 /1 1 r1JESSE r. a timekeeper and continuous accuracy.
B. Brodwater.
Board of Governors of the Associated I II and at Cleveland on the 19th. She s F ;
I Charities will meet at 4 p. m., at will be assisted by Melville Clark,the .
the San Juan.Wednesday. harpist, and her accompanist will be Ramrlrou 4JJtt&
September Mrs. Ross David, the wife of Miss
Twentieth Century Club will be en-
tertained by Mrs. W. S. Branch. Wilson's teacher Ross David, of New "?1,Railroad TimslsrprrJA.ierico"
Economy Bachelor Girls will meet, Miss Jean York. L. LASKY .
Person hostess. f This Is the watch that is praTed by actual records to be carried by*6?: .
Young Matro.io will be entertainedby Presents of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced. ',
Mrs. Hal BearJall at the Bear- MONTHLY We can sell you the complete watch,or we can supply a Hamilton movement -\7
dall camp on Lake Gatlin. MUSICAL.A INA CLAIRE fitted-to your present- -watch cue.-All-:sites- for men and women.. \
Friday, September 10. fine audience at First Methodist
Business meeting of Epworth Leaguewill church Sunday night enjoyed a splendid The inimitable Broadway Fav-
in and be held at home of Mrs. J. P.
upkeep musical said to have
program Allen &
:\lusselwhite. on Lake Eola. orite Star in a picturization of Company
-- been one of the most interesting ever
gasoline consumption WHITE RIBBONCONVENTION rendered in this church. The orchestral Harold MacGrath's Romance
COMING.The I features were very superior and Jewelers
"White Ribbon Special" will were well supported by the choir and "THE PUPPET; CROWN"
leave Chicago the evening of October organ selections. with .
5th with Seattle as its goal, carryinga -
items to be con- large delegation of members of theWoman's SOCIETY NOTESOF CARLYLE BLACKWELLThis If quality for a low price is an objectour
Christian Temperance Unio.lwhich INTEREST.I wall papers will win your favor.
is Miss Claire's second appearance For the next 30 days we will offer for
sidered in buy- by the end of the journey, will I' S. G. Dolive and Miss Mae sale 5000 rolls of Wan Paper
reach 500. Kilmer left yesterday morning for on the screen and Mr. I from Ic. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
Halts are arranged for at Omaha, Sanford where they took a boat for J time to buy, and do your papering
ing a car. J Blackwell's first when get ready.
Cheyenne and possibly two in Idaho, 'the river trip to Jacksonville. From appearance you
We also a full line of High-
in also later at the Dalles and at Portland there they sail today on the Mohawkfor under the LASKY management.A Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .
The upkeep Oregon. New York city. Miss Ruby Platt .ee.r r invite you to call and inspectour
The forty-second annual meeting of left at seven o'clock last evening and romance through and stock.Orlando.

the DODGE is the National W. C. T. U. will be heldin will join the party for a month's so- i through. The love story of a
Seattle, Washington, October 9-14. journ in the metropolis. Mrs. Dolive
lessened ; The annual address of the president; will take an apartment, and her son, princess and an American Hero. Paint & Wall Paper Ct
a great
Miss Anna Adams Gordon, of Illinois, (I Jenkins, will be her guest during her h 1
Thrilling and dashing and beau- 205 S. Orange Avenue
will be an important feature. stay there. \
deal by the very To the world wide triumphs of total I tiful from start to conclusion. COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261

abstinence and the annihilation of F. L. Helms and family will leave

reasonableprice the liquor traffic special attentionwillbe this morning for Coronado Beach . . . . . . ... . . . .II..r.
given. "National Prohibition in where they will enjoy the seaside life ?***** I
for 1920" will be the slogan of the Seat- for the next few weeks. Mr. Donald

parts, as you tle convention.This Helms will go by rail, the rest I .* r r I The New Ice CompanyPHONE j
year's program includes of the party motoring over. They 1 1 1 tf fIN
by a speeches by Daniel A. Poling, of Bos- have secured a cottage close to the.
ton, the Right Rev. Walter T. Sum I beach and intend to enjoy the bathingand I 675

study of the following -mer, D. D., bishop of Oregon, Dr. other recreations to the utmost. I
Hugh[ J. Ross, of Seattle, Mrs. Culla --
prices: J. Vahinger president of the IndianaW. Mr. and Mrs. Harold' Bourne left Delivery DailyWait

C. T. U., Mrs. T. E. Patterson, Orlando yesterday morning over the FIVE ACTS
president of the Georgia W. C. T. U., Atlantic Coast Line en route to pointsin
Dr. Mary Stone, of China (the presi- other states. Mrs. Bourne will go for our wagon. We think
Piston $1.60 dent of the China W. C. T. U., and to New York city to visit her daughter -
10 cents 20 cents vou will like our ice.
in her home country known as "Shi Mrs. Otto Grassi, while Mr

Piston Rings .25 Ma Lei"). Bourne will take in the baths and
The 1916 campaign for national other attractions at Hot Springs.An .

ConnectingRod constitutional propaganda will prohibition receive and attention.a peace important--0--council meeting of I j The New Ice Company

Following the Seattle convention the officers of the Epworth Leaguewas I
Bearing .75 many delegates will visit San Fran- heM last evening at the Metho- I 1
cisco and participate in the temperance dist parsonage. The monthly busi-! i n n .

Fan Belt .25 conference to be held in that ness meeting and social will be held
city. Friday evening at the home of Mrs IIMintlHItllllttUtttlMllllttMltlltMMMtttttttFRANK -
--0-- J. P. Musselwhite, on Lake Eola.
Drive Pinion 2.50 FRATERNITY .S..
ENTERTAINS.The Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harney will ROOf

Kappa Alpha Phi fraternityheld leave in a few days for an extended A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEALCURTIS
an informal reception last nightin automobile trip through Georgia.
And the their rooms on the north side of They will be accompanied on the trip

the square, in honor of John F. Schu- by Miss Mary Robinson, of Orlando,
mann and Justin Schumann, who who has been their house guest for a
Car Itself came here recently from Florida. The short time past.-Times-Union. TO-DAY r-r--- -1' :: J!

fathers and mothers of the memberswere -oAt -
present and in all about thirty- 'sunrise this morning Clara Eliz-

five people attended the function. Re- abeth Harvey and Leon Lewis Boynton -
seems like a freshments of punch and wafers were will be united in marriage at the "CORSEIR"In 1 & O'NEAL
served. Aside from the members of Baptist pastorium, after which they
thing of life, the fraternity and ladies, the follow- win leave for an extended wedding four parts, drama.

'ing guests were there: Mr. John F. trip, including stops at Daytona and Insurance Loans Real Estate i
abounding invitality' Schumann Justin Schumann, Mr. and other points of interest.
Mrs. R. H. East, Mrs. J. P. Kemp, -

Mrs. Homer Huntington, Mrs. Wil- :' Prof. W. S. Coleman and family I The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Rentals
trigger- liam Dobbins, Mr. and Mrs. William are now nicely settled in their new
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kenny, ,home on Burke street, near Gore ave- The One-Price Theater
swift in the glid--Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Strain. :nue, and the house and grounds area

The affair was also a house warm- welcome addition to that part of
& cents
ing get-away ing for the elegant new hall which the city. 10
the fraternity has just moved into, -
and afforded the parents of the mem- The meeting of the Sumus Septum
and splendidly bers a chance to see the new quar- Club, which was to have been held at ESTABLISHED 1886 .'.
the home of Miss Ruth McCulloug
free from the ters.The fraten ty pledged Justin Schu- yesterday afternoon, was postponed,
mann and mounced his pledge to and will be held this afternoon.

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ernors of the Associated Charitieswill
jump or jolt. CIIUPC i
BAPTIST meet in regular session at the
SERVICES. San Juan hotel. The meeting will be
Remarka,'e attendance upon the called to order at 4 p. m.
services at the Baptist church is reported -I -o- Mouth
in Your
00 considei-'n the extremely hot Mrs. Hal Beardall will entertain Melts

$.850. weather.At .the Younger Matrons and the Bach-
the morning svic Dr. Poulson elor Girls at the Beardall camp on

spoke on the "Famii., of ,'-d" and Lake Gatlin this afternoon.
referred with -- DAILY BULLETINPEACH
r emphasis to so.je of .
In Orlando the duties and privilege' of the The Woman's Missionary Societyof
church family. Also some concessions the Methodist church held an interesting -
members of the church family haveto meeting in the church par-

----- make as individuals, in order to lors yesterday afternoon. VANILLA
have an harmonious and effective or- CHOCOLATE
ganization.An Mrs. C. H. Morse, of Fruitland, is PINEAPPLE
effort is being made to make the guest of Mrs. W. K. Curry, on PISTACHIO
I. W.Phillips the evening services very helpful and Livingston avenue.
inspiring, especially to the young peo- CHERRY t
ple, and its effect can be seen in attendance R.CEST TilE RINK TONIGHT CARAMEL 1
Last evening Dr. Poulson Speed race, barrel race, and race
against time. Admission 10 cents. I I .
spoke on "Wherewithal Shall
a Young
9-7-lt \Ve deliver from one quart
Man Cleanse His Way" The way upHand's .

of a young man was vividly portrayed ,
and many ways by which he
may strengthen his life were pointedout.

& A cordial invitation is extended to PROGRAMK. Pure Ice Cream I
ii the young people of the city to attend B. "The Human Octopus" i in
the Sunday evening services. two parts, featuring Walter Edwards.
American Beauty. "Their Worldly!
Sons IISSIARGARET WILSON goods.Keystone." "Crossed Love and Phone 566 and 666 1

_ I Don't fail to see this Keystone
i Margaret WHson, the president'sdaughter comedy.
who has come before the I Five cents to all -


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will begin on Wednesday even- TRADE REPORTS

Want to compliment for ing, September 8th, with an ornate FOR SALE
I 1 How to munition and carry on the I II Washington, D. C.-A campaignwas
the excellent work you have done.. solemn service in the temples and war against tuberculosis during the startd by Uncle Sam to boost the .
morning circulation of the only daily
for me. synagogues. The Thursday paper
will be discussed five
coming at
year the Sev-
Have been coming to Floridafor service comprises a more elaborate published by government. .
sectional conferences on this subject enty thousand letters were sent out
30 years and have had work form of worship and combines some being called by the National Associa- by the bureau of foreign and domestic Will offer for sale for a few d '
done from Jacksonville to Key vestiges of antique ritual with expressions tion for the Study and Prevention of commerce of the department of lJIF

West, St. Augustine to Pensacola of human experiences and Tuberculosis, in Indianapolis, Ind.; commerce their to subscriptions as many merchants to the pa-soliciting the property corner Orange Avenue,
and I can truthfully say I feelings true and real for everybodyand
El Paso, Tex.; Columbia, S. C.; per. The merchants are advised that i
have never had such excellent at all times. Springfield, Mass., and Albany, N. Y. its reports are hte most important' Jackson and Boone Streets, known as t
work done for me, as you have The Jewish New Year's festival is The Indianapolis meeting, to be exporters or prospective exporterscan J
have and that millions of
done. The proprietors of the the oldest of all festivals celebratedin dollars'I I the rink for
held September 29th, 30th and Octo- worth of goods are sold year skating property, $26,000.
laundries of Jacksonville and the civilzed world. But it is uniquefor ber 1st, will be known as the Mississippi through this medium. I

Tampa, not to speak of smaller its significance as well as for its Valley Tuberculosis Conference The annual subscription is $2.50.1 I $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year t
places, can come to your place The secular New Year (on The paper carries a daily telegraph I
antiquity. and will take in the states of Ohio, and cable service from trade attaches
and learn how to do work. The January 1st) is a day of gratifica Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, all over the world covering business I and interest at six per cent.

people of Orlando can justly feel tions; men rejoice in what they have Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri information. In addition supplements .

proud of their Sto-n Laundry. achieved; it is a day for sordid in- Iowa, Minnesota, Kansas, Nebraska are issued giving reviews of foreign I

(Name on plication.) ventories. The Jewish New Year's South Dakota, North Dakota, trade conditions. I I

day, however, is a time for serious Montana, Wyoming and Colorado.At SEPTEMBERSUGGESTIONS.
the meaning of life it C.A.HOVEY t
Orlando thought on ; El Paso the Southwestern .
of the dif
evokes pious contemplation will to the WO-
Health Conference meet Septem- According September
and inevasible problem as to t
ficult 1 I ber 27th to October 1st and will discuss man's Home Companion September is
Steam and and its appeal is not I
Laundry right wrong I not only tuberculosis, but other the Month for all housekeepers: ,
that we should get more out of prac- health subjects." This conference includes "To make the acquaintance of your
FRENCH DRY CLEANERS tical life but value more genuinely, I
I II Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, children's new teachers. .
LAUNDERERS morally the life
,more truthfully more Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, "To plan varied and healthful
PHONE 88 God has entrusted to us. t
I j 'and Colorado. school lunches.
Much of the success and failure of The Southern Tuberculosis Confer- "To see that the furnace and pipesare Th.e l4ai'iet

!I our work depend, not upon our equipment I ence at Columbia will meet October in working order. OF CLEANLINESS OF I

FOR SALE! I but upon our motives. The 8th and 9th, and will devote considerable "To do all necessary painting QUALITY

Jewish New Year's day, accordingly, attention to the problem of the around the house and fences. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE .

SCREENS WHAT AM I is placed by a wise tradition at the I; tuberculosis negro. The states included "To have the roof examined and FRESH AND SALT MEATS

SCREENS beginning of autumn, when men enter I in this group are Alabama, repaired if necessary. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. upon their enterprises and obligations Florida Mississippi "To choose and order wall I
I Georgia, Louisiana any new I
I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh ,
John W. Pounds, Agent !with zest and zeal. Just they i I North Carolina South Carolina, paper. and
:; need a right interpretation of life Tennessee, Virginia, and West Vir- "To look over the winter bedding, pure.
Box 703 I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
'and a true measure of its values. ginia. recover comforts and mattresses." I t
The antiquqe features of the ritual i The New England Tuberculosis: -o- everything in the Meat Line.

:>of that day express the aspirations Conference will embrace the six

Df-GlPafrisU.D.M G Gof i'all men feel equally. The trumpet I states of Maine, New Hampshire, FAMOUS HORSE FOALED IN I H. :LV[. Self & Co.

'calls]] constituting the central part in Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticutand ORLANDO 30 YEARS AGO PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET .
the firm of Drs. Parrish & the worship of that day are appeals I Rhode Island. This conferencewill
!for the moral stir which men should I be held October 22nd and 1
Parish, Tampa, Florida, is }located on Mrs. J. W. White's old mare,
:feel when they contemplate their ex- Amrah named for Ben Henis' faith-

indefinitely at Lumsden's ;,periences and seek for reenforcementof 23rd.The North Atlantic Tuberculosis ful servant died last week. She was Engraved Stationery and :
West Church Street. The calls also I foaled near Orlando about thirty
Stable, on their hopes. are an Conference will be held at Albany years ago, her mother being/ a fine
The Doctor is a graduate vet- I I appeal to the large sense of life. Our during the week of November 1st. It animal from Kentucky. She was

erinarian. A trial will convince I week day wishes and prayers are self I will take in the states of New York, bought by J. W. White when very Invitations
:centered and do not give us a young and has never changed owners.
perspective Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland,
of his superiority over the For she has enjoyed 1Don't
some a
you years
( of relations and obligations ask to Jacksonville Atlanta
uneducated horse doctor. Examinations our Delaware and the District of Colum- restful life, her principal duty beingto us duplicate or prices
| to the community and fellowman bia. attend the missionary meetingonce because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent ,

made free of chargeat and of their influence upon us. :Methods: of carrying more effect- a month. Mrs. White is too and deliver the goods in Orlando. y
good a Christian to turn a faithfulold
But the New Year's offers
the stable. day us an ively the war against tuberculosis,
horse the horse
over to swappers,
Calls answered by day or |occasion to re-affirm our respect for both by physicians and laymen will to be flayed, starved and overworked, QUALITY
night. .and trust in Providence which is the form the chief subjects for discussionat like owners of old horses generally PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

:i organization:: of all lives into an all- the various conferences. It is estimated do.-Bradford County Telegraph.FLORIDA'S .

PHONE NO.25Bargain 'encompassing justice. The Jew com- that over 100,000 people are SHARE OF FOREST W. S. BRANCH,
e prehends this as a comfort in the
interested in the tuberculosis fight.
case of misfortunes and as monition Every possible effort will be made to
in the successes he may have. The interest these workers in attendingthe Washington, D. C.-Annual allot-
- II function of the New Year's day is to conference nearest to them. ment to states of funds from the for-
est receipts of the last fiscal year was
establish moral in life SKATING RINK'LADIES'
a judgment our made today by the secretary of agri
and experiences. An ad. in the Morning Serticel is a culture. Florida gets $3,371.48, to
I cafe investment. be used for roads, schools and trails.

Arcadia Fla. Still another train S
I load of cattle went to Kansas City 1
New house, 8 rooms and bath. Thursday morning. It is now a week- I -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
ly occurrence for a train load of
Location perfect, 4 blocks from I grass fed. beeves of DeSoto county INSTRUCTORS.Open .
( raising to be shipped out. Besides
10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 to 6 7.30 to 10.30
center of city, east side. I the cattle shipped to the western and p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

For quick sale $3000. Cash or 1: Texas Monday ranges whereby, a deal II.was W.consummat-Smith of Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.ADMISSION .

I. Wauchula. purchased a bunch of cat-
terms. tle from the Skipper and Roberts in-
I terests, of Zolfo, the deal calling for
. I an expenditure of $45,000 in cash, it : 10 CEN'I'SORLANDO
is said. Much money has been in-
I I volved ni the various cattle deals in
CARL DANN DeSoto county in the past few months w\\ z&4
[and buyers have been here a numberof ) MeuageTo
times from Kansas City and St.
|I Louis buying stock. Many head of the Businessf -=--- -H y NO. 3 ROOFINGANL
I extra good cattle have been shipped .,.
Get Behind a I to Texas also to use for breeding Men of OrlandoWhen .

r 1 kI purposes.
U I I a good salesman goes out after business, he first puts on a clean collar
FOR FIRST TIME IN 23; YEARS lIE and gets his shoes shined. Then he looks like more business-and he's madea SHEET METAL CO.

and enjoy a really cool 1. dry, sweet I LEAVES STATE flying start toward getting it.
smoke. The Wellington Pipe won't Likewise a community can go after more business-and get it. The "clean
boil won't get foul. of this are the well-painted stores, the bright, cheery
Tampa, Fla.-Judge F. M. Robles, collar and shiny shoes" town Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
The in building ,
Nud.n homes, the fresh, clean-looking buildings. part paint plays up
AmericaC of the circuit court, will leave this afternoon effects recorded the local
local.pride cannot be put in figures-but its good are on
and Rubber
+ ne ia and for Indianapolis, Ind., on a merchants'sales sheets. Buy good paint. We recommend Roofings .
.k.l0-- .trip combining business and pleasure.
E ehape.2Sc C- i
yonte .
:.3Sc.c..up. i This is the first time the Judge has Cornices, Skylights, .(Dealing, Ventilating Metal Ceilings

\ I been outside of Florida for over twen- Dutch Boy Atlantic White Lead
V.ISayAL ,
ty-five: years and he is naturally Works
: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
I elated at getting a view of some of .
1 W
the big things that have happenedin and Dutch Boy linseed oil. There is nothing else so satisfactory, so lasting and l I
I : the North since he was there last. cheap in the long run. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your

,Judge Robles will be absent a week, Jt.l.r ioday. i

You want to see this new possibly a few days more than that. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY .

is introducing to I If any attorneys have urgent matters -- -r y-e .. .. J :
package Spider I which must be attended to at _n The Orlando Meat Market

the market-its the swellest once, Judge Robles states that he will !

,be in his office up until noon to hear Rollins College Winter ParkOldest T. A. YANCY, Jr., Manager .
thing out in the way of little them. ,

Cigars. College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice '
Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business Florida and Western Meats
See him at theGood Teachers' Course.

Vienna.-A deputation of 470 rep- Twelve buildings steam heat, electric: lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium Oysters, Fisb, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. "
no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
resentatives from and Croa-
Bad Hungary music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
and Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
tia today visited Emperor Francis Joseph rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemicaland
in his castle at Schoenbrunn. physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
They were introduced by Count Tisza, soils, fertilizers foods water preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, PHONES { Business (135 P. O. BOX 226
StoreOrange Cor. Ave. and Church
Residence 133 Orange St.
Cigar football, basketball. Christian but undenominational -
the premier, and Cardinal Csernoch.The boating swimming, golf tennis, ;
moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
received ovation ; expenses
a great
SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.
Avenue when he entered the reception room. address,

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Phone 617
I Morning Sentinel Want I No. 4 West Pine Sreet i iI
Directory is the Greatest Want I I
ORLA.iN"DC ]Rooms 13
and 14
Ad Medium in Orlando. I Phone 161 I 1

Terms Cash in Advance. worth Building. :

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime I RATESFor II'' I I

Ia If I One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITH DAVIS & GILES
Ii I For Three Days ____________50c J
i For Six Days _______________75c a
For One Month --__________$2.50 ATTORNEYATLAWPhone I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ,
This rate applies on all ads of
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains 172 I Phone 72 '" I
more than 25 words the Fate ,
I will be one cent per word for I Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- ..
each additional word, for each in- I Davis & :McNeill Block
sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to I
M the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be Starbuck
I payable the following day.

II Every Home-Every Business- R. RAY WHITE t
Every Man has use for a Phone 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
I No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Ha. I
Tr Room 44
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
FOR P.ENT-Five room cottage, F. A. PEPPERCORN
completely furnished, one-fourth ,
mile from city limits on east Winter
I[t Park road. $15 per month. Garageon BUILDER and CONTRACTOR ,
place. P. O. Box 226. 9-4-Ctc
r 1IS. Phone 37 i 1

Pair nice mare mules, in good condi- DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST i
tion, suitable for farm or heavy haul PLUMBINGSALLAS
s ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply I
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining I
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc SALLAS
Phone 716 '
u- FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract 20S Boone Street
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth
one quarter mile from city 'limits; ,
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Bldg Phone 597. ,
.6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.

Take A Tip From Mary Sunshine I FOR WANTED RENT SURVEYINGPlating L. Percival Hutton 4

37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

I WANTED show case 6 or 8 feet and Sub-Dividing .'
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. ARCHITECT
time and many, many steps. Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater .1 Apply Church:Mrs.:and Frank Soper, corner of PROMPT AND ACCURATE McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando, .
keeps her room warm while she slips into her pretty negligee and scampers to her warm tub and then, Boone. 913tcI I
in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waiting to burn up at the touch of a match. I I WORK Florida.
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant; help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas SLAUGHTER SALE
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm I HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.
water for bathing, but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. Buy your wall paper cheap for the
Why not take a tip from?lary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. next few days. :Making: room for our Engineer a
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer .
Store, Court street. Phone 67. -
9-5-tfc. 47 Watkins Bldg. Orlando, Fla.


On Tuesday, September 7, 1915, I I
will commence to close out my entire
GAS DEPARTMENT stock of groceries and fixtures
at cost
and below, and continue until all is 'Paul V. Hutchins DR. L H. RAMSDEU
A 9-5-3t MODEL GROCERY. I II I Attorney and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO FLORIDAWE

RIDE in Ilamrick's Jitney Bus one! FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I
-- hour, 12 miles ,for COc. 8-23-tfc i,Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

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buy, sell rent, and ex.cliar.ge real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Cut Flowers

SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSRIS[ [ over$20,000,000.30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over

I i 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 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- A

-- The want ad.'s the thing.
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit DEPOT ..Violet Dell Florist.

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

.. .. .. .. Located in the Arcade BuildingAll BUTTER MILK
Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
prices .. .. .. ..
work guaranteed and neat- Fresh Every Day.
ly done. Our work is the best
and our prices are the lowest. 5c. per glass
This is the place to have 25c. per gallon
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
in advance of PHONE 375
one year's growth trees set dry cleaned, pressed60c. Fresh Homemade

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

-- I and pressed ____________50c AND CAKES
:Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood CompanyWood
Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest
We do ladies' work also. Give of All Kinds

prices, to the above address .i us Clothes a trial called and for be and convinced.delivered. ARCADE MilK[ DEPOT PROMPT SERVICE .

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Mr. Ollin Wood who has been

spending some time at West Palm

Beach, is in th ecity on a visit.

Miss Ethel Sharpe who has been
visiting for some time in Sanford,
Travel in Panamaand has returned to her home in this city. FOR EVERY A.

everywhere on American territory, is simplNtd' by "A.B.A."
Standard Barber is
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Shop sanitary.
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would S-21-tf
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare $10 A WEEK
U'-Identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for Mr. George Burden, who has beennjoying
business or pleasure. the sights in New York city

The State Bank of Orlando for several days, will return home .

this afternoon. I YOU SPEND

Mr. and Mrs. Hall and :Mr.: Acrid,

of Winter Haven, motored to Orlando
yesterday and spent the day shoppingand
r greeting friends. #

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

4 -dam Mr. J. M. Lee left Sunday morningfor

Atlanta, Ga., to spend a while

J /4 mering with his there.family who have been sum $10 A YEAR :

Messrs. O. D. Wolcott A. J. :Mehlley : -

T. F. Polhill and T. C. Bran-

non, popular and prominent citizensof
Oviedo spent yesterday in Orlandoon '


8-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

Mrs. W. H. Michael, who has been .. .

visiting relatives and friends at Oakland .. .
and Winter Garden left yesterday .
morning for her home in Orange .

., City. Peoples National Bank

:Mr.: L. R. Pigford, the popular chief

.. clerk in the freight office at the Atlantic ..

Coast Line, accompanied by ..
:Mrs. Pigford left yesterday after- ..
noon for a visit to their former homein &

"ELDER" Spring WaterIS Wilmington, N. C. .... ...

Kodak finishing, 8 hour service.
:McElroy's Pharmacy. Phone 20. mint'' IIIMHIMilllimillll ItllllllililliitMllliiMtlMMIItlllMlllillMimmMMIMIO ) i

:Mrs.: R. D. Keene, who has been

quite[ ill for several days at a local 1\
Phone WRIGHT 444
sanitarium, is improving and her M

many friends will be pleased to know
TRY Better TRY that she will be taken to her home,

IT BEST IT 512 South Lake street in a few days. New Studebaker Cars :

I How much did you save last month
in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
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Mrs. J. L. Feinberg and children, 11
Here This Week
Master Herman and little Miss Celia,
accompanied by :Mrs.: Funderberg
Mrs. Feinberg's mother who have

returned been summering home yesterday at Asheville afternoon.Get N. C..: Wait and see what value.you can get .

Y&r your next shave at the Stand-. for $1050 and $885
ard. 18-21-tf
v .
The many friends of :Mrs.: J. N.

Snead, of No. 8 West Robinson avenue -
will be glad to know that she is
Notice To Ford Purchasers
getting along nicely at a local sanitarium -

Between Aug. 1, 1914 ful operation where she for underwent acute appendicitis a Success- San Juan Garage Company jj

. and Aug. 1. 1915 Saturday night. .

Deposit your Savings:! Checks and Orlando-DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
All ford purchasers who hold Profit- let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

Sharing Coupons will please endorse same you. 8-12-tf ''

and return immediately to The Ford Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Gilpin popular '

Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send residents of Winter Home were

check for $50.00 as rebate on cars pur- among the visitors to Orlando yester-

chased during above dates. day. While in the city they found f...CI..t..I.II '., \ . .. , .. .. .
time to pay this office an appreciatedcall
For further information, phone and enrolled their
names as sub- , , , . ...
scribers to the Sentinel.

Deposit your Savings Checks and Who Will Be Your Executor?
32 East Church Street Phone 226UHMMIllilllllllllOIMIIillHIMIIMMMMtiitlli. let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-ti

:Mr.: J. E. Redford, who represents : ANSWER NO. 2 .
Chase & Company in Cincinnati who :- Y
I Your estate may be materially impaired as a a+ pJ'
has been spending a few days in this : of executor ,
I' direct result of the appointment -
--- -- section, going around the : Q.
------ countrywith or trustee. .
the company's local representative : }
When individual is appointed irk r. y'
Mr. John hunt,'left yesterdayfor an
points the state. is generally weaker.
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress : up The financial responsibility

correctly. It is usually provided in wills that the person
Jewelry should never outshine the personality' of the wearer Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5(!. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused kr fi, ,r
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into 18-18-tf :
from giving bonds. f :'
society. '
Y. -
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will Miss :Margaret: M. Edwards, who When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense r 4
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. has been conducting the Tea and Rest of the estate and then only partial security : ti j
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe R' .
Room on Orange avenue during the '1 loss is provided.
artistic temperament and it will attract to you a corterie of '
gentility. absence of Mrs. Cornish, left yesterday 1 When a Trust Company is selected- s
made at Evans' each Each for Jacksonville where she -will
Jewelry pieces are a masterpiece. 1 The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No reside. Miss Edwards has been mak- '
twO articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings is secured. + *
ing her home in this city for the past w ,
exactly alike. and during that time made A bond which has behind it the entire financial
If have "arrived" will understand what this year many "
you you friends who her strength of the Institution is always filed with ;
are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and : regret departure. '
you you I the Probate Court .t nn cost to the estate.
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans -
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come : DoctorsBuckJnastcr Answer No. 3 will' appear in a subsequent issue :050 fir.'
in and be sociable. -
of this newspaper.
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. ys
& Bniiidna
Jewelry Silverware Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and !! f
China. Statuary Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell OSTEOPATHS Come in any time and freely ask for further a f +
Work, anything artistic. Personal instruction under Dr. Still information on this vitally important subject. ,
Original designing done for special platinum work.
at Kirksville Mo. You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible 132 S. Orange Aveabove. Pr> advise.
glad to
prices. National Bank. P>w>n.> '7C

Will -call-- --by-appointment. TeL 312-\\ The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Lillian BledsoeGRADUATE MASSEUSE Orlando, Florida

Headquarters Standard Barber Shop

Facial Massage. Manicuring. Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Scientific Scalp Treatment

Shampooing.Neck .
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