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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 8, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





V IUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER: 8, 1915. NUMBER 179.




BRITAIN WILL ALLOW U. S. IMPORTERS


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TO HAVE GOODS FROM NEUTRAL PORTS



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PAGE CABLES BRITAIN'S ORDINATION OF ORLANDO ORANGE COUNTY BOARDi' Brief Bulletins I

RECENT ORDERAIRRAID AGAIN ORANGE GO GIVES Ticked Off Wire ,IIGZAR AT RIGA : IS

YOUNG MAN OF TRADEHELD

At Late HourMiami I H
$$1,000 FAIRSUPPORT COMMAND
RIGA FALLS TO THE GERMANSBaltic S EUGENE REID WILL BE EXAMINED AN ENTHUSIASTIC "

Fla.-Work has been resumed -
FOR ORDINA- MEETING IN ORLANDO
Seaport Gone Says Stockholm on the roadbed of the Palm
TION TO MINISTRY
YESTERDAY Beach and Everglades railway, the OF ARMYBREAK
-Hesperian Death
road to connect the coast with the

Toll Now Placed atThirtythree Public Ordination of Mr. Reid I Directors of S. F. C. C. Will Okeechobee section, after a delay of

Will Be Held This EveningWill SEMINOLE, LAKE, VOLUSIA Meet at Lakeland Tomor- six or eight weeks, and a gang of BETWEEN RULER

Enter Louisville row-Progress Is men under Contractor E. P. Maule, is
Ambassador AND OSCEOLA WILL at work on the first twenty-six milesof AND GRAND DUKE NICHOLAS -
Washington, Sept. SeminaryAn Being :MadeAt
Page at London cabled the state department ALSO ASSIST the roadbed. IS FEARED

today that he understood event of interest to many a meeting of the Orange County -

Great Britain would permit goods friends in Orlando is the ordination to Board of Trade, now organizing, Jacksonville, Fla.-Trjing to reach
[FIVE CENTRAL FLORIDA COUNTIES Jacksonville this morning during a GERMAN ARMIES AWAIT BIG GUNS
for American
which were contracted by the Christian ministry of Mr. Eugene which was held yesterday, delegates
importers before the first of Reid, formerly of Birmingham, Ala- I from Windermere, Pine Castle, and heavy fog which hovered over the St.

March to be taken out of neutral bama, but for four years a residentof Now Enlisted in Effort to Make Orlando delivered' pledges of their Johns, the Clyde Line steamer No Attempt to Cross Dna at
ports and forwarded to their destina- Orlando.A respective organizations to come into Lenape, en route to Jacksonville from
Subtropical MidwinterFair New York with 225 passengers anda Present-Seaplanes and
tions. council has been called by the the county board and to join the
The foreign trade advises the state First Baptist church to examine him the Best South Florida Chamber of Commerce.A large cargo, grounded at Dunn's Warships Operatingin
Point nine miles from the
department to make announcement to for ordination to the ministry. At Ever number of new boards of trade some city. Baltic '

this effect to the importers. the same time with Mr. Reid Rev. were represented at this meeting, and '
PortlandIaine.The value of the
Kenney, of Tavares, also will appear At the regular monthly meeting of some of those not represented telephone London, Sept. .-On the eve of a
and
securities
gold brought to Halifax -
German Aircraft Raid East British
for ordination.The their intention of joining both
decisive battle for Riga, Emperor
'
the board of orange county commis- yesterday on the fast cruiser Argyle I
Coast Towns council which will examine the the county and South Florida organ- Nicholas has assumed personal command -
sioners yesterday $1,000 was pledged and which passed through Maine
London, Sept. 7.-The official press candidates this afternoon is composedof izations. of the Russian armies.
bureau announced tonight that Ger- the Rev., W. M. Burr, of Alta- by the county to the support of the The constitution which will be early today on the way to New Yorkto Opinion here is divided as to what
strengthen British credit is nearly
man aircraft visited eastern countiesof monte Springs; Rev. T. C. Douglass, Subtropical Midwinter Fair which drawn up under W. C. Temple's direc- the action of the Czar forecasts.No .
$80,000,000.
England last night and dropped of Winter Park; Rev. A. J. Holt, of will be held in February. Five hun- tion will be patterned after the Or- hint has been given of a break
' bombs which caused fires and several Kissimmee; Rev. W. W. Willian, of lando Board of Trade's. Articles of between the and Grand Duke
dred dollars: will be paid November 1, Tampa FJa.-\leeting: of the grand emperor
casualties. Tavares; Rev. E. Lee Smith, of Apopka i incorporation will also be drafted, to Nicholas, commander of the Russian
and $500 December 1. In addition to jury in Pinellas county, which is of
Rev. E. T. Poulson and the dea-
; I be approved and adopted at a later armies.
Hesperian Death Toll Increased to 33 cons of the First Baptist church of the support given by Orange county meeting.At general interest because of the Men- Official dispatches tonight i indicate
I denhall and other murder cases whichare
Liverpool, Sept. Passengers Orlando. four other counties will contribute to Lakeland tomorrow the board of to be investigated, will not take that the German pressure about Rigais

from the torpedoed Hesperian arrivedat The public ordination of the candi- the success of the fair by ,donating I directors of the South Florida Chamber place until September 13.o increasing.

Liverpool at 10 o'clock tonight. It dates will be held at 7:30 this eveningin adequate sums for the exploitation of of Commerce will hold its first I General Von Hindenberg has so far

is officially announced that eleven the church auditorium. Both of meeting. A plan of county organization been unable to cross the Dvina, the
exhibits. Fla.-Four of
their respective county Sebring, cars beef
passengers and twenty-two membersof the young men are very favorably will be presented by Mr. Temple. cattle from the Flod & Skipper ranchon Russian artillery fire making it too
; known. Rev. Kenney's parents reside Following close upon the announce-
the crew are missing, making a Kissimmee Island hazardous to make an attempt to
in Orlando and have wide circle of ment of the Orange county commis- were shipped
a SEMINOLE COUNTY VOTES the river andit
total death list of 33. IN from here throw pontoons across ,
friends here. Mr. Reid, since comingto sioners came the news that Osceola yesterday consigned to
FAVOR $450,000: ROAD BONDS is believed that the Germans are
Riga Is Reported as Gone Orlando four years ago, has filled county will appropriate $500; and it Chicago. waiting for their heavy artillery to
a responsible position in the State is also stated that Lake, Seminole, -
Berlin, by wireless to Sayville.The .- At the election Monday Seminole be brought to the front.
Bank, and has been a leader in the religious and Volusia counties will contribute a Palmetto Fla.-Charles Dennett re-
Overseas News Agency states county by a majority of 338 to 149, Meantime the German cavalry has
life of the young people of certain sum towards the fair. The signed as mayor of Palmetto and W.
that the Lokal Anzeiger has receiveda voted to bond for good roads. This advanced on the Daudeewad, south-
the church and city. action of the five counties will go a B. Whitehead was appointed by the
telegram from Stockholm announc- will give the county $450,000 for im east of Friedstadt, and the German
Both young men will enter the long ways towards making the coming city council to be mayor pro tem.0 .
ing the capture by the Germans of mediate use in paving the main roads lines are extended along the river.
Southern the most successful .
Baptist Theological Seminary exposition
the Russian Baltic port of Riga. which connect with the hard surfaced Meanwhile German seaplane opera-
at Louisville, where they will and attractive in the South. .. San Francisco, CaL-"Goethals
roads which are being put down in tions on the gulf of Riga are reported -
take a three years course, in order to Messrs. W. R. O'Neal, Seth Wood- Day," in honor of Maj. Gen. George tell
incessant and
be
to dispatches
Germans Need Riga as a Winter Base Orange and other surrounding coun-
prepare themselves] for the life workto ruff, Jas. L. Giles and J. M. Cheney, W. Goethals, was celebrated today at of the
of
war-
activity German
ties. The sentiment in Sanford was great
London, Sept. 7.-The immediate which they have been called. officers of the Subtropical MidwinterFair the Panama-Pacific exposition.
especially favorable to the bond issue, ships in the Baltic and near the gulf.
objective of the Austro-German cam-
,,made trips to the various coun-
the vote in that city being 219 for
paign in Russia becomes clearer with
ties and secured pledges of support.
the growing indications that the invaders and 74 against bonding. ENJOYABLE CLASS MEETING AT
A STARTLING ADMISSIONBY There is no doubt that the five prosperous RERCEBOMBARUMENTOF
i
: THE BAPTIST CHURCHThe
need the Baltic port of Riga I counties of Central Florida

not only as a base of present opera- I realize that financial co-operation is FROM TAMPA

tions in the direction of Petrograd, THE AUSTRIAN necessary to the success of the fair. I BElGIAN SHORE BY Baraca and Philathea classesof

but as winter quarters in case the at- They are giving their unqualified sup- i II. C. Allen, of Tampa, general) the Baptist church held a business

tempt to reach the Russian capital port to the fair, and the results of i auditor of the Florida Citrus Ex- and social meeting last night in the
AMBASSADORHIS BRITISH FlEET
lit should be postponed until spring. this spirit will be noticeable in Feb- change, was in Orlando yesterday on church parlors. Plans were discussed .

ruary. business. whereby a committee will be named,
JOHNSTON WINS NATIONAL the object of which will be to meet
GOVT. WANTED AUS- I BRITISH SHIPS FRENCH .

TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP TRIAN MUNITION WORKERS A FIERCE MEXICAN FIGHTs $$80,000,000 GOlD TRAINArrives BATTERIES SHELL DAN- Orlando invite young them men to actively and strangersand interest 1

Forest Hills, N. J, Sept. 7.-William CALLED OUT GEROUS LITTORAL themselves in church work. The

M. Johnston, of California, to- meeting was attended by fifty persons ,

day defeated Maurice E. McLoughlinfor Lansing Breaks Off Conferenceat Fighting in Suburbs of :Mexico Safely From Great Thought That Unusual Activityof Games were played and a very t

the national tennis championshipof Once to Lay Unprece- City Again-Pan-Ameri- Britain and Deposited at Allies Heralds Advanceon pleasant evening was enjoyed. Re-
America. freshments served.
dented Situation Be- cans to ReassembleThis Express Company's German Right were j

fore President Week Office in N. Y. Wing

BEECHER FUNERAL TODAY EAST ROBINSON P PAVING V G
Washington, Sept. 7.-Ambassador Washington, Sept. 7.-The state de- New York, Sept. 7.-Preceded all London, Sept. 7.-The British fleet,

Dumba informed Secretary Lansing partment received information today the way from Portland, Maine, to-this after weeks of comparative inactivity A

Services Will Be Conducted by today that in planning to call out the that fighting had begun again in the city by a pilot engine with cars attached along that coast, today heavily bom- Discussed Meeting: of Council ,"
tro-Hungarian workmen in the to protect it from possbile explosives barded the German batteries along
Dr. PoulsonLeavesa -Will Pave in 2 Years if
ammunition plants of this country, he i suburbs Mexico City, the Zapatista a gold train bearing $80- the Belgian shore as far as Westende.
Wife and Six has acted forces having renewed their attacks. in and securities, Property Owners All
according to the expressedwish I 000,000 currency Tons of metal were hurled upon the I.
ChildrenThe of his government.This Apparently all is quiet within the city sent by England to strengthen her German gun positions among the Sign Petition ,

statement was made with the I proper.It credit with the United States, arrivedat dunes and on the fort to clear this
funeral of the late Alfred utmost frankness. It is understoodthat was admitted today at the state the yard of the American Express littoral of dangerous opposition, in J. P. Musselwhite and J. B. Lawton A
Beecher, who died last night from injuries department that members of the Pan- appeared before the city council .
it surprised Lansing to such an company shortly before eight o'clock preparation, it is believed here, to an yes-
received when a bolt of lightning extent that he immediately termi- American conference will reassembleat tonight. advance from Nieuport on the Ger- terday relative' to the paving of East

Monday scattered burning tur- nated the conference that he might the close of this week to discuss man righting positions.The street between East Robinson avenue

pentine over him at the Sellers & the new Mexican situation.The and Washington street, and discussed
lay the entire incident before President Croquet sets, lawn tennis racquets, French batteries stationed at ,
Bunch still, will be held at 2:30 Wilson without delay.It place for the meeting S has not and rook-the cheapest and the best. Nieuport have Joined the bombard- with the council the manner in which -

o'dock this afternoon from the residence was stated on good authoritythat been determined. Curtis & O'Neal. ment and the sky is alive with air the paving could be done now to relieve A.

of his brother-in-law, J. M. Secretary Lansing informed the machines directing the fire of the the conditions existing on that

Sellers, 618 West Central avenue. ambassador that the decision of this Castle-'South Orlando' gunners on sea and land. part of East street.Commissioner '
Pine
The funeral arrangements are in government regarding this unprece- rutOrlando'East Robertson made a 1

charge of Hammond & Gore, and the dented incident will be announced BASEBALL RESULTS motion that "If the property owners t,

service will be conducted by Dr. E. T. within a few days Windermere'?!? on East street between East Robinsonand

Poulson of the Baptist church. National League East Washington streets unani- t

The deceased came to Florida about SENIOR CLASS OF ST. LUKE'S -- New York 2, Boston 7. mously petition the city council to

seven years ago, and was well known HOLDS ENJOYABLE At the meeting of the Orange change in name but also other Or- Brooklyn 7, Philadelphia 1. pave the east side of said street with

here. He leaves a wife and six small MEETINGAn county boards of trade yesterday af- ange county towns. Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati 6. vitrified brick, fifteen feet wide, the
children to mourn his loss. The sympathy Speaking of the probability that ina St. Louis 1, Chicago 3. property owners to pay all costs of
J. B. Smith of the t
ternoon, secretary .
of the entire community is extended interesting business meetingand few years Orlando would be built American League paving, the city will pave the west .

to the family. social was held by the Senior board of trade at Pine Castle, de- up solid to Pine Castle on the south Boston 3, New York 8. side of said street, 15 feet wide within -

class of St. Luke's Sunday school last clared that he was not averse to and to Winter Park on the porth, W. Cleveland 1, St. Louis 4. two years from date, the total cost t

MANY OCOEE CITIZENS CAMEf: night. Edgar Thompson acted as sec- changing the name of Pine Castle to C. Temple, of Winter Park, remarked, Chicago 10, Detroit 8. to be borne by the city." The motionwas

TO ORLANDO YESTERDAYQuite retary. It was decided to purchase "South Orlando." Naturally this.."I see no reason why Orlando should Philadelphia 6-4, Washington 5-7. seconded by Mayor Sperry, Rob- .

silver class pins, design of a pansy in caused some spirited conversation."If i i make any objection to such a propo- Federal League ertson and Sperry voting for and :

a delegation of the promi- purple and gold. On this will be inscribed Orlando does not object," contin- sition-indeed it seems that she Newark 0, Brooklyn 6. Johnson against the motion. .:

nent citizens of Ocoee spent yesterday the class motto: Noblesse ued Mr. Smith, "we are thinking of I i I should encourage it." St. Louis 3-2, Chicago 0-3. Joseph Rider appeared before coun-

in Orlando, among whom were Oblige. Various committees were appointed changing Pine Castle to 'South Or I "Very well," assented Dr. Stafford, Kansas City 2-2, Pittsburgh 3-4. cil relative' to paving East Washington -

B. L. Griffin. W. J. Minor J. W. and plans laid out for future lando." the quiet and unassuming secretaryof Southern League street. No action was taken. '.

Graves, R. D. Sloan. Arthur Clarke, work. A lively discussion of this x proposition -. the Windermere board of trade, Nashville Memphis 4. No Meeting White Wad Committee

J. P. Hawthorne, T. D. Hudson"W. M. Dancing and games were indulgedin followed, in which it seamed! to I "but what are you going to do when New Orleans 2-8, Atlanta 0-2. Chairman S. A. Johnson of the .

Davis, T. C. Hawthorne, W. M. See- and delicious refreshments were be the general opinion that not only. folks get to speaking of Orlando as Little Rock 3, Chattanooga 2. White Way committee was unable to

gar, Robert Seegar. served. Pine Castle would benefit by the ; East Windermere!" Mobile 4, Birmingham 3. get his committee together yesterday.

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CUBA TO BE ASKED TO GIVE PHONE 72 P. O. BOX
President Wilson Will 414
$1,000Will BACK RELICS OF MAINE Witness! PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERTerms Jacob Burkhard


Havana.-Almost four years have Grand Review G. A. R. VeteransWashington I II Reasonable PLUMBER g
passed since the American
congress
buy a choice building lot in Dr. i I
presented to the Cuban governmentthe '
C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus I Miss Mabel DurhamRoom
grove on North Orange avenue overlooking after turret and guns of the old D. C.-Presdient Wil- wig-wag signal contest between ex-
Lake Ivanhoe. There are I battleshipIaine, which was sunk in son and members of his cabinet will perts of the signal corps of the civil No. 9
I Better Known "Jake the Plumber"
as
only 4 lots to be sold at the price. Havana harbor: to form the feature review the 50,000 G. A. R. veterans war and of the U. S. army. Lieut. DAVIS & McNEIL BUILDING

The bricked street splits the lots, part of a monument in memory of the who will march down historic Penn George C. Round, who flashed the last Church Street ,)
which will have a frontage of 62 feet American sailors who lost their livesin signals before the fall of Richmond,
by 150 feet depth on the east side of the disaster.All sylvania avenue in September when will wig-wag a message from the ------- ---- *
the street, and a frontage of 62 feet this time the relics have remained the fiftieth anniversary of the Grand dome of the capitol to a comrade sta- HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP

running: back about 100 feet to the piled on the rubbish dock, Review is held in the National Cap- tioned on the roof of the treasury A. B. Cook & Co.
r, lake on the west side of the street, where they were put when the battle- ital.The building, at mile distant. The old ON
WEST PINE STREET, JUST
making 2 lots for the price of one, ship's hulk was raised. president was in his office in method of transmitting signals by Christ Building, Orlando.
and the price is fully 25 per cent. Tonight the Noche sayS the battleship the White House one sultry afternoonlast torches will also be shown by the veterans ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
less than the real value. Each lot on Maine commissioners have decided July when the names of several while the up to date methodsof
the east side of the street has about to ask the Cuban governmentto prominent Washingtonians were an- field telephony and wireless telegraphy INVESTMENTS LOANS
20 large budded bearing trees. The return the turret and guns for nounced. When the visitors were will be demonstrated by ex- ,
ground is high and sightly. Building shipment to the United States, Cuba seated in the president's office, they perts of the regular army. Many of STOCKS AND
restrictions will protect the home having shown no disposition to erect explained they were representativesof the old forts which surrounded Wash- BUSINESS Phone 204
OPPORTUNITIES
builder. The owner has cut the price the memorial beyond selecting the the citizens' committee of Wash- ington in the days of the civil war I

upon my guarantee to make a quick site, on which later was built a stadium ington, formed to arrange: the enter have been put in readiness for the
sale. There is nothing like it in the which was intended to be used tainment for the forty-ninth encamp- signal contests and at night the city
city today for price and location. Call for the Jack Johnson-Jess Willard ment and fiftieth anniversary of the will be girdled by the flashes of the
me up by phone or come to the offices prize fight. Grand Review of the G. A. R. at the signal torches in the hands of the I

My time and auto are at your service. National Capital the week beginning men who defended the capital years Hammond & Gore .
Only 4 lots to be sold at this price.Young SHIPS WITH HEAVY LIST ARE September 27. The spokesman told ago.

BARRED AT PANAMA the president that his help was need- Secretary Daniels has placed the
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMIULMERSReal
CANAL ed because it might be the last great U. S. marine band at the disposal of

E. C. gathering of the veterans who saved the veterans for the week, and a series
Panama That a ship with a heavy the nation in the days of '61. of concerts will be given. The Values Low Prices
Room 10, McNeill & Davis Block. list to one side may be debarred from President Wilson's answer was full band of sixty-five pieces will also I .
Phone 5G9. passage through the canal was officially brief, but it was decidedly to tho ;participate in the Grand Review, on COMPARE
announced today by Col. Chester point. He told the committee that he I Wednesday, Septembre 29, when 50,-
Harding, acting governor of the was ready to give them his full cooperation 000 men will be in line. The secretary
Canal Zone.A and agreed to review the of the navy has also promisedthe OUR FURNITUREWe
GEO.{ : BANSCHBACH ship with such a leaning recently veterans. Washington committee that one

_ I arrived at Colon. The authorities : Acting under orders from Secretary vessel of each type in the United provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
tried to remedy the list by the way of War Garrison and Major General States navy that can navigate: the Potomac by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If ,
Cabinet MakerDoors they stored the bunker coal the ship I I Wood, United States regulars will river, will be in Washington an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
took on at the Atlantic entrance to give exhibition drills during the week harbor and will be open for inspection can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
the canal, but this was only partly of the encampment at Fort Myer, by members of the G. A. R. and stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
Screens, Porch Swings, uccessful. Va., a short distance from the National visitors during the encampment.In .
Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases So the naval officers in charge of Capital, on the grounds adjacent.A addition to the warships, two

Folding Card Tables, Cedar marine transportation through the special feature of these drills will naval aeroplanes and two hydroplanes McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- canal have reported to the governor be exhibitions by the U. S. medical will be brought to Washingtonfrom I
that conditions of safety make it inadvisable corps.A the aviation base at Pensacola,
Corner Ave. Church Street Orlando Florida
tals, etc. Also Repair Work. Orange and ,
for a ship with a heavy list feature of the military demon- Fla., and exhibition flights will be
_- All Work Guaranteed to be admitted, as it might cause strations during the week will be a given by experts of the navy.

_ damage to other vessels. .
12 E. Church St. Phone 447 MOVIES WERE ATTENDED BY GERMAN ADOPTS BELGIANS
JOE JEANNETTE RETIRESJoe I I 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.Fresh .
I LARGE AUDIENCES Berlin.-Two little Belgian orphans,

Jeannette, the negro heavy- The moving picture theatres last ,I a boy and a girl, have found a home
weight, has decided to retire. evening attracted large "Labor Day" ,I in Germany. Adolf Winter, wealthy
What do you "Willard has drawn the color line, audiences. At the Grand the chief I I I butcher of Gora, brought the chil- \ Vegetablesand
and that about lets me out," said attraction was Charlie Chaplin, although >i dren with him when he returned from
hope for in a Jeannette. "There is no one for me there were several other good ,the front recently on account of illness -
to fight any more and so I have quit films. At the Roof Garden a splendid and he has now formally adopted FruitsOKRA
varnish ? the ring game for good." play in three acts, "The Righted: 1 i'! them, as he has no children of his
Jeannette is running a line of "jit- Wrong," and another excellent comic own. The parents of the little ones
ney" autos in Toboken, N. J., and is film. The Favorite also drew a good 'disappeared when Ghent was taken
said to be doing well.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMilllllli. sized audience. I and it is supposed they are dead.
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RETURNMONDASEPTI Low Center of Gravity axle and wheels! without shock or jar, the
rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc- i I
Like all Oakland models, the weight of this tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
I 6 car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives unusual
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort.
and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This .
low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features
vuAtlantic ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in. AUTOYASIIING\ STATION
Left hand drive with center control. Gear
- Vacuum Gasoline System shifting" : lever of the ball and socket type.
Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake
Coast LineStandard The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is abdrums.. Horn button in center of steering THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
solutely automatic. You can forget you have wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
it on the car No air pump to get out of order One-man top. with clamps to windshield with-
Railroad of the South or leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried ingasoline REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.
to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight: feed on instrument board.
all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallon Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a Known as "The Handy Ian./?
of gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad running -
Special Train of the car where it belongs. boards.

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BRYAN'S DAUGHTER WORRIED JEWS PROSECUTED BY RUSSIAN PROGRESSED RAPIDLY A
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e Washington, D. C.-Former Secre-
tary of State Bryan's oldest daughter, Berlin.-According to reports received The work of paving East Robinson
who is the wife of Capt. Reginald here from Petrograd, Russian avenue was started yesterday morn- ,
Owen of the British army, is prepar- papers demand the suppression of the ing, and late in the afternoon nearlya
ing to go to Egypt to be near her notorious secret society "Ochrana," full square had been completed.
husband. and the prosecution of its leaders. South DeLaney street, from Lucerne

MrC:: Owen has given much of her This organization has sent dozens of Circle to Gore avenue, has been "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
time to helping those who are assist- Jews to the gallows. The "Nasze opened to public travel. The pavingof :

ing the British fighting forces. Capt. Slowo" says: this street has given it an entirelynew
Owen recently has been promoted andis "Shortly before the fall of Lomsh, appearance. From Anderson Unless Budded from A Bear-
now doing inspection duty between Samuel Eisenbiegel, the Jewish pro- street south to Gore avenue on A
Turkey and Egypt. Information received prietor of a moving picture theatre, Laney street has been a bad De-I I

by: a Washington friend of was charged with espionage by mem- I jof! road. It is now an easy matter I ing Tree of Known Qualityand
Mrs. Owen said that one-half of the bers of the Ochrana. At the trial it for motorists and various vehicles to i
men under Capt. Owen's command was proven that Iwan Czupranyk, an connect with the newly bricked Con-
of Produc-
have been killed and that his wife is agent of the secret society, had smug- way road. Quantity
anxious about him. gled a telephone into the house of

Mrs. Owen will' leave her little girl, Eisenbiegel and demanded 5,000 rou- FROM WINTER PARK tion.- --O. W. Conner

Kitty Leavitt, in a school in Englandand bles hush money. Frank Roosa was in Orlando yesterday -
take with her to Egypt her son "During the trial Czupranyk con- on business and pleasure. He resides AIn
Bryan Leavitt. fessed that his charges against other at Winter Park.CRIMINAL -
Jews, who have all been hanged were

ADDITIONAL LOCALS as false as those against Eisenbiegel, COURT five ;years the Ockawaha Nurseries through actual dem-

but he was not even arrested for per- There will be a heavy docket at onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertising .

Miss Pansy Paul, of Cuthbert Ga., jury. His excuse was that he had criminal court sessions which open have brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
after spending a few days with hergreat acted from patriotic motives and was
aunt, Mrs. T. K. Hall left Monday under orders of the officers of the next Monday. does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
for Orlando where she will visit Ochrana. Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
her aunt, Mrs. L. M. lIaI1.-Leesburg
Commercial. iFKIEJNEYsAcr published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to :

SMALL ARMY GUARDS AETNA the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
Guests registering at the San Juan POWDER MILL .
hotel yesterday included E. S. Mc- from a parent of true merit.
Key, Valdosta; S. H. Kirkland. E. I.
West, A. H. McIntyre, Tampa; M. A. Emporium' Penn.-Warned from BAD TAKE SALTS To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
Hagan, W. M. Coble, A. A. Roths- Washington to keep a strict surveil- a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
child, Jacksonville; E. E. Davenport,
Baltimore. lance on strange persons about its been in existence five ;years, are falling over each other to con-
plant, the Aetna Powder
company Says Backache is a sign you have been vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
here has increased its guard until it
c. H. Jones of Zellwood, motored
j over to Orlando yesterday with his now resembles a small army. eating forms too much uric meat acid.,which Planter, :you be sure you buy ;your trees from the known source,

wife and attractive daughter Miss Information, it is said, has reachedthe the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
Kathryn. Mr. Jones is for
the Zellwood Farms Company manager, whichis local officials of a gigantic con- rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it. ..
engineering extensive drainage improvements spiracy to destroy every plant in the men you rake up with backache and
on the Lake Apopka country producing war munitions. dull misery in the kidney region it gen- You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

marsh. The leading figures in this plot are much erally meat means, says you a veil-known have been eating authority.too great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

said to be German sympathizers who Meat forms uric acid which -overworks bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
The Rev. A. M. Chisholm and fam-
the kidneys in their effort to filter it
ily have returned to their home here have already caused twenty-two explosions from the blood and they become sort of bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
after spending the summer at their in powder and war munition paralyzed and When
grove near Orlando. The Rev. Chis- plants in the United States. I get sluggish and loggy.clog you your must kidneys relieve CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
holm will hold the regular services at them, like relieve bowels in first letter. Address
you your ; removing grove is to be planted your
the Christian church on Sunday.
all the body's urinous waste,
Kissimmee Valley Gazette. HEALTH CONFERENCE OPENS I else you have backache, sick headache,
TOMORROW dizzy spells; your stomach sours, tongue
Mrs. H. E. Cole, who has been seri- is coated, and when the weather is bad
ously ill for several weeks, was removed I you have rheumatic twinges. The urine Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
to the Church Home and Hos- Rochester, N. Y.-A great health ,! ia cloudy,full of sediment, channels often
pital in Orlando Wednesday. The conference will open here tomorrow. get sore, water scalds and you are obliged
trip was made in Dr. Hyatt's automo- The following organizations are cooperating -, to seek relief two or three times during W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
bile and she stood it nicely. She is I the nightt.Either
: American Public Health
now under the care of Dr. Persons, of I consult a good, reliable physician OR
Orlando, and her many friends hopeto Association, New York State Depart- at'once or get from your pharmacistabout
hear soon of her complete recov- ment of Health New York State San- four ounces of Jad Salts; takea G. G. Wright Agent
ery.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. itary Officers' Association, and Roch- tablespoonful in a glass of water ,
before breakfast for few days and
a your
ester Public Health Association.The .
Mrs. E. II. Giles who has been vis- kidneys will then act fine. This famous 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
iting her daughter in Orlando for the opening meeting for the health salts is made from the acid of grapes
past several weeks, returned to Arca- officers of New York will take place and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
dia Tuesday night. While away Mrs. this evening, State Commissioner and has been used for generations to
Giles underwent serious clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys
a operationin
Hermann M. Biggs, M. D., presid- also to neutralize acids
the McEwan sanitarium, and her in the urine so it
many Arcadia friends will be pleasedto ing. W. C. Gorgas, surgeon general, no longer irritates, thus ending bladder
hear that she was strong enoughto U. S. army, is expected to deliver an weakness.
return to this city. Her daughter, address. The first meeting of the *Jad Salts is a life saver for regular
Mrs. Horton went as far as Lakelandto meat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot
accompany her here.-Arcadia En- American Public Health Association injure and makes a delightful, effervescent -
terprise. will take place tomorrow evening. lithia-water drink. -

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THE DAILY I'EACE NOT KEEP MOVING MARION IVES RETURNS: FROM i .

IN SIGHT. NEW YORK TRIP
South Florida SentinelMORNING There's only one method of meeting I
Peace has been hinted at lately. life's test
AND WEEKLY There wilt be no peace until Germanyis Just keep on a-stirring, and hope for Marion B. Ives has returned from I A
*. t:. GLENN .....................Editor the best, New York. He has been there for
stripped of her Prussian military
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'V C. ESSINGTON Bnnitra Manager
Don't give up the ship and retire in weeks I
spirit. A year ago France, Englandand dismay several purchasing fall and
Entered, a* Second at the Class poetoffic Mail Matter.at Orlando Florida Russia, under Earl Grey's master Because hammers' thrown, where winter goods for the Dickson-Ives
direction drew up an agreement not j-ou'd like a bouquet. company, of which he is general man- Tell "Here's dime
SUBSCRIPTION RATES your grocer, a : I
' conclu'de He that business
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reports con-
Daily 1 Year ........................ $S.OO ,to a separate peace. year The world would be tiresome; we'd all ager. '--.
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 has rolled away and there appears to have the bluesIf ditions are again assuming a normal Let me have a feast sublime."
Daily S Month ...................... 1.25 I There is of in -
be no weakening on the part of these all the folks in it held just the aspect. plenty money
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60
three Germany failed in her same views, the country, particularly New York, You'll "Stone's
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 powers. So finish your work, show the best get Cake"ev'ry time.
march to Paris; she failed in her cap- and the country is on the eve of a big
PAYABLE IN of your skill,
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS
.ADVANCE ture of English Channel ports, particularly Some people won't like you, but other business revival, he said. He believes
TO ADVERTISERS! Calais, and so far she has folks will. there will be many winter residentsin 10 cents at your grocer's.
failed to destroy the Russian armies. Orlando this winter and that this
Copy for display sand all other hand-set If you're leading an army or buildinga city and county will have continued t
KdvertUinc must be hande in at tho business o fence,
vffie. .( the Sentinel not later than 1 pp. a. GO TO Do the best that you can with your prosperity.
the day before puHitation. This rule appliesU
chances for contract advertisinc it Is LAKELAND.The own common sense.
:variable and will bo strictly adhered U. One small word of praise in this journey JEWISH NEW YEAR BEGINS
Central Florida Highway Association of tears.
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Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dftcon- will meet at Lakeland to- Outweighs in the balance against car- THIS EVENING
tinued should notify the office in writing; on
loads of cheers.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be morrow. It is necessary that Orlando
continued at the regular subscription rates members of the association wend The Jewish New Year will be cele- lillllllilHIMinMMiMliMIIIMIilMlllilltAnnouncement
until notice to stop is received. The plants that are posing as com-
Telephone NiabrWEDNESDAY...................... Jt their way to that city. It is an obli- monplace weeds, brated this week, beginning this even-
gation that devolves upon local mem- Oft prove to be just what a sufferer ing at sunset and continuing until
SEPT. 8. 191;). needs at the hour.
bers of the association to attend the Thursday same Appro-
sessions and see that local interestsas So keep right on moving, don't stay priate services will be held in the \'a-I
still,
standing
A little push is worth more in the affects Orlando and rious synagogues throughout the
Orange countyare Some people won', like you, but other
end than a political pull.It protected. At the present time folks will. world, following a proclamation from
o statistics published by the secretary -Selected.U. the great synagogues in New York.
is now positively stated that the The New Year's celebration will be !
show that Orlando is in the van of all S. GOVERNMENTS WAY OF
date of the allies' advance is definitely other cities are regards membership. CANNING FRUITS observed in Orlando.

set for a week from spring.If Consequently a good representationfrom
Orlando housewives who want to
.0 this city should go to the Lake- Some people make an effort to be
into can peaches are advised by the United
the allies Constantinoplewouldn't
get land meeting and root for everythingwhich happy and trust to luck to be good.
States department of agriculture to
hate to be an Armenianin
you may affect the future of this o
one of the outlying districts? use the following method:
o county. "Scald the peaches with boiling Advertise in the Morning Sentinel

Home is defined by many people as o water and remove the skins. Pack

a place to go when you haven't any EMPTY the peaches in sterilized jars wholeor MODEL KINDERGARTEN We take exceptional pleasure -
PROMISES.The in halves. Pour them
money left to spend on moving pic over a syrup
tures. United States will "go slow" made from four pounds of sugar and in
SCHOOLMISS advising our gentlemen -
o in dealing with Germany's most recent three quarts of water, boiled together
Craziness periodically affects almost crime the sinking of the Hespe for five minutes. Place rubbers and LEY, Director

any community and Orlando is rian. Germany evidently does not cover on jars, put down the clamp to Opens Monday September 27, patrons that the special

now having its turn at the sad expe- mean to fulfill any of the statementsshe keep cover in place, partially sealed, in Primary room, First Methodist -

rience.-Tampa Tribune. made to the American govern- but not tight. Church. Froebel System, representative of

o ment following the Arabic case. Very "Place in a closed container, wash graded work. Beginners, first
After spending a lot of money on naturally one would think that Ger- boiler or covered can, with a rack of and second grades, pupils 3 to

their summer travels, many people many had signed a new resolution to wire or pieces of wood to prevent jars 7 years of age.

return home pleased that the grocer be a perfect little angel with golden touching the bottom of the can. Cover For particulars phone 221, or
did not get it on his old bill. tipped wings. However, Uncle Sam with hot water over tops of jars. Put call at 14 East Jackson Street, Isaac Hamburger -
o should treat the German governmentwith cover on container and boil sixteen after September 1st. .
If Orlando keeps up its blue Sun- the same view that the world minutes from the time the water begins .

day, it will easily win first prize in has considered her dealings with Bel- to boil."Remove.
& Sons
the Unpopularity Contest among next gium. Count von BernstorfFs note the jars from boiler and
winter's tourists.-Tampa Tribune. dealing with the Arabic was simplya fasten down the clamp or screw cover The Cathedral School

o little bundle of empty promises anda tight. This is called the cold pack

"The Golden Rule is our highest mere scrap of paper. method because the fruit is not Baltimorewill

standard of conduct," says a writer of cooked before putting in the .;ars." Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
note. True, quite true, and it is so ORANGE All other fruits, and also vegeta- School for Girls

high most of us are unable to reachit. IS COURTEOUS. bles, can be canned in the same open 16th Year opens October 6th 1915

kettle way. Primary, Intermediate and Academic
o (Tampa Tribune) Grades be with us today and

A town that prohibits ice, cold That was a courteous act on the RULE THAT OYSTERS ARE NOT Also Musi, Art, Elocution, Physical
drinks, cigars and movies on Sunday part of the officials of the Orange FIT TO EAT EXCEPT IN Culture and Domestic Science. tomorrow with an Exposi-

need not expect to attract visitors county fair to change the dates of MONTHS CONTAINING For Catalogues address the Rector,

either on Sunday or any other day.- their fair so as not to conflict with LETTER R Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M. tion of the
Tampa Tribune. the dates of the South Florida fair Beginning on Wednesday, September Orlando, Fit.

o in this city. first, oysters were good to eat, t
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Stand the hot weather a few weeks The South Florida fair directors and those who are able to pay the

longer and you will be ushered into I fixed their dates, February 4-12, with- price will enjoy themselves eating the FIELD'SCHOCOLATE Newest
the beginning of eight months of as out the knowledge that these dates bivalves. In Florida, if we are cor-

fine weather as any country can produce conflicted with those already an- rect, they are only taken and offered
.-Volusia County Record. nounced by the Orange county fair for sale by those who have private and Latest .

o management. As soon as the conflictwas beds, during the present month.A .
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These early mornings are just cool discovered, communication was great many years ago it becamea
and crisp enough to be a gentle reminder had with the Orlando fair officials, custom that oysters were only to be Fall

that pretty Billie will soon with the result that they cheerfully eaten in months in which the letterR VANILLA

have to lay aside his sport shirt, and changed their dates, to make their appeared, and as September is the TUTI FRUTI
will not be able much''onger to bare fair immediately following the Tam- first fall month where the letter is Styles and a

his lovely neck. pa event. used, they are now permitted to be GUAVAICE

o The Orange county fair will be held eaten. The last month when they are CREAMS. FabricsFor .t
William Chase Temple, first presi- February 15 to 22, and it will be the said to be good to eat is April. Just
dent of the Florida Citrus Exchange, duty and the pleasure of Tampa to do who established this rule or why it 1
has been elected president of the all in its power to help make it a was established is not known. Theyare

South Florida Chamber of Commerce.Mr. success. We appreciate the cordialityand now on the market and you can the men who care 4
Temple has always been a boosterfor co-operatidn of the Orange coun- have them fried, stewed or scal- AUTO LUNCHESA

Florida, and the state needs more ty people. loped. SPECIALTYCLUB .
such Volusia Rec-
men as County

ord. THE PLAN OF THE REAL ESTATE BANK OF ORLANDO We most cordially invite
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A recent dispatch from Atlanta in (a) The Building and Loan feature its primary object. to call.lliniillllllllliilMMiMIMIilMMIIMIMIIIMil
(b) Making small SANDWICH 25c.We you .
the Miami Herald "All the loans weekly and monthly payments. .
says:
(c) Receiving time deposits only.d &
Georgia girls are now wearing yellow ( ) Having a title and insurance department.
stockings. It has been discoveredthat (e) Drawing contracts agreements deeds etc. .
Georgia mosquitoes dread that (f) Collecting rents, incomes and dividends. a
(g) Negotiating city and farm loans.h Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
color. As a result, Palm Beach suits ( ) Buying and selling mortgages and securities.
and lemon, orange and champagne I (i) Handling investments of various kinds. and Delivered for All
colored evening gowns are being I The Real Estate Bank (organizing) has opened offices on
the lower floor of the Christ building, where the public Occasion
worn, and the yellow stockings, how-
will be furnished any desired information. 9-8-d2t-wltc
ever thin serve as efficient garments

against the mosquito. -

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Great Britain comes in for consider- .

able condemnation by American ship- l Try a Stone's "Pure Butter Cake,"
pers, producers, and commercial interests FLOUR i
generally because of her highhanded ir Beats those mother used to make, :
acts on the seas. But suppose

Germany were mistress of the seas. r Costs less than the ones bake.
American industries would have been We ordered several barrels of Pillsbury Flour from Tampa last week, and they wrote y I you

paralyzed, our exports would have us there was no Pillsbury Flour in the City, so we-got none. However we have Obelisk at :

dwindled to nothing, and where thereis 55c. and $1.10 and Jersey Cream (self rising) at 55c. and $1.10. I 10 cents at your grocer's.

one unemployed man in the United Both of these are good flour, and if Obelisk were put in Pillsbury sacks, 4 out of 5 ..
States there would have been one
would not know the difference.
hundred.The .


Duval County o Tax Payers As- I

sociation has had a meeting and
LOOK AT THIS !
passed a resolution asking Gov. Tram-
mell to remove from office three of

the county commissioners, charging FOR SALE Twin-Cylinder Indian Motor
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them all with malpractice in the mat

ter of letting contracts to friends and Cycle in the best of condition. Price no object. First
spending the people's money fraudu- Dickson- Ives CO.

lently. The commissioners come back come, first served. Will it be you?
with a statement showing how they
have saved the county $175,000 since

January 1, 1915. But what they have
saved does not count if they have

actually been guilty of the petty graft The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. DEPARTMENT STORE. 1
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with which they are openly charged. ... ...
They are elected to save the public
money wherever it is practicable. But S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

they are not elected to spend a single
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SOCIAL CALENDAR Neighbors of America request all .
members to be present at the regular "=
Wednesday,
September 8.
Twentieth Century Club will be en- meeting Wednesday evennig, 7:30 GRANDTODAY A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe -.
tertained by Mrs. W. S. Branch. sharp. 4-
Bachelor Girls will meet, :Miss Jean Katherine Dennis, recorder. can commend the Hamilton to anyone who wants "., -J .
Person hostess. a timekeeper of perfect and continuous 1jamiIfuu
Young:: Matrons will be entertainedby -- accuracy.
Mrs. Hal Beardall at the Bear- SOCIETY NOTES
dall camp on Lake Gatlin. OF INTEREST.Mrs. .
Friday, September 10. M. J. Cone returned from Savannah lIatk
Business meeting of Epworth League Ga., yesterday after spendingthe
will be held at home of Mrs. J. P.
Musselwhite on Lake Eola. summer at Hendersonville N. C. .
Economy -- 'n,Railroad Timtkeeptr ofAmtriat"
"BUNKS
BUNKED"A
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MARRIED AT ADDITIONAL LOCALS This is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried by S6?: s
BAPTIST TEMPLE.:: A :\ Comedy. A Reel laugh. of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced. '
We can sell you the complete watch or we can Hamilton
This supply a moyo- 1
morning at Miss r
six-thirty Mrs. Helen Palmer of Winter Park, WHEN THE RANGE CALLEDA meat fitted to your present watch.......All sues for men and Romeo
Clara Elizabeth Harvey, of Orlando, returned yesterday from an extended I _\ .
in and was married to Mr.\ L. L. Boynton, visit in the Empire State.S. Lubin Drama.
upkeep also of Orlando. The ceremony was !

read by Rev. Geo. Hyman in the office II. Williams and family returned Allen & Company

gasoline consumption of the Baptist temple. Mr. and Mrs. yesterday afternoon from New York
Jones and Mrs. Harvey, the motherof state where they have been visiting. Jewelers
"THE
the bride, witnessed the ceremony. FIRST PIANO CAMP"A
are
Just after the couple was pronounced ;\I Among the returning Orlandoites Biograph drama.A .
husband and wife, the party motored 'j yesterday was E. W. Hansel who has -
items be '
to con to Daytona Beach for an outing of 'spent some weeks in a western trip --- ,
j If quality for a low price is an object
several days.-Sanford Herald. which included stops at Springfield $ r our wall papers will win favor.
your
sidered in buy- Dr. Poulson being out of the city |and other important cities. CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCKAn : T For the next 30 days we will offer for
yesterday morning, the Harvey-Boyn- I! ry ra sale 5000 rolls of Wall Paper
i 1 Edison > ;;;! from lc. to 5c. per roll. Now is the
ton wedding was slightly changed in Drama. '
ing a car. Mr. Ed. Outlaw, the well known time to buy and do your papering
plan. As will be remembered the :representative of Louis K. Riley, o when you get ready.

The in ceremony was to have been performed i|wholesale groceries, Jacksonville, was L i We also carry a full line of High-
upkeep at sunrise at the Baptist pastorium. .among the out of town folks spendingyestetday Grade Paints, Oils and Varnishes.We .
When it was learned that Dr. Foul in Orlando on business. 5 cents 10 cents invite you to call and inspect
the DODGE is i son would be out of town the happy our stock. -

couple, who were,determined to carry :\.-. II. A. Vivian, the well known I g -- :

lessened a great out the ceremony as nearly as possible '1 Lake Cherokee dairyman, is among Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Con .
as it had been planned, motored I those going over to Daytona Beach
Tomorrow Barbara Tennant i
deal by the to Sanford where they were married. I today to join the Orlando colony. Hewill \ 205 S. Orange Avenue
very After their honeymoon trip the I only be absent from Orlando one "The Marked Woman." COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261 .
young couple will return to Orlandoto week.
reasonableprice reside. The best wishes of a host .

of friends will go with them on their Mrs. T. J. O'Neil and three interesting .. . . . . .. .. ,.. . ... . .. .. .

for parts, as you journey with the hope that theirs maybe children, Hattie Carrie and
a long and happy wedded life.ENTERTAINMENT Thos. J., left yesterday afternoon for ,

will note by a' -0- Atlanta, Ga., where they will spend II I The New Ice Company
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the remainder of the summer with II
BEARDALL CAMP. I Mrs. O'Neil's mother Mrs. W. II. I PHONE 675
of the following
study Several of the leading card clubs of I I Lowe. ,

the city were entertained very pleasantly I i I _
prices: yesterday at the Beardall campon Miss Alice Tetherly left yesterday Delivery DailyWait
I Lake Gatlin. Five tables of bridge morning for Daytona Beach where
were enjoyed by the guests. First she will spend a couple of weeks. i

prize, a gold hatpin, was captured by She was joined in Sanford by her ROOf GARDEN for our We think
Piston wagon.
$1.60 Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater. The second mother, Mrs. Geo. B. Greenwood, who .
prize also a gold hatpin went to Mrs. has been visiting friends there and vou will like our ice.

Piston Rings .25 Ralph Yearby. A number of the together they will enjoy the delightsat I
guests enjoyed the bathing. the seashore.SUCCESSFUL .
A cream course was served by the

ConnectingRod hostess, assisted by Miss Elizabeth OPERATION FOR TO-DAY The New Ice CompanyI'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIII"I''III'
Branham. Punch was also served APPENDICITIS YESTERDAYA
Bearing .75 during the game.

The clubs represented were the turn for the worse made it neces-

Fan Belt .25 Bachelor Girls, Junior Matrons sary yesterday for physicians to op- "FOUND THE CAPTAIN"
s Young Matrons, and A. B. C. Among erate on Mrs.\ R. D. Keene for appen-
Drive Pinion 2.50 those present were Mesdames Jos. dicitis. This estimable lady had been Complete in one part. III I I 111111111 I t. III 111111111111I111111111111 1 II 1 I .

Bumby, Jr., Davis Fishback Phil ill for some days at a local sanita-

Slemons, Sidney Ives, Jr., Clarence rium, but the news from her bedsidewas
Brown, Louis Dolive, Thos. Brodwater of such a nature as to warrant
And the Jas. Magruder, Jr., J. II. Reese, her friends in hoping that she would "MOORISH GRANADA" I ; FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;
Joe Cheney Leon B. Fort, Ralph soon be able to return to her home,
Yearby David Rogers, Frank Guern- 512 South Lake street. The patient Scenic in one part."GHOST '

Car Itself sey, and Misses Roberta Branch, passed safely through the ordeal, and ,,
Guilda Happersett, Elizabeth Bran- the latest from the sufferer was of a ,
ham, Jean\ Person, Sara Siemens. most encouraging nature. ,

Mary McCullough, Maggie Hart. BREAKER" :

like --0-- SHERIFF LOGAN OF POLK ,
seems
a MISS MITCHILL TO WED COUNTY COMES FOR Cartoon Comedy. :
MR. DABNEY JACKSON.Mr. JACKSON .I CURTIS & O'NEAL

thing of life,, J. D. Mitchill the expert ac ,
countant who has been in Orlando for Sheriff John
Logan, of Polk county, I :
.. abounding in some days on important busines, arrived in Orlando yesterday after- I "PATHE NEWS" Insurance Loans Real Estate
matters left yesterday afternoonover noon on the 2:43 train over the Atlantic I
vitality' trigger- the Atlantic Coast Line for New Coast Line and returned to The world before your eyes. .: Rentals

Rochelle, N. Y., where on Wednesday, Bartow on the south bound train at ..

swift in the September 15th, his daughter, Miss 3:24 having in custody F. J. Jackson I
glid Kathleen, will be married to Mr. Dab- the negro arrested by Officer Broom ..

ney Jackson. The ceremony will take Monday night, charged with assault The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN :
ing get-away,, place at the home of the bride's sister with intent to kill one of his race in .
Mrs. Harold Engelbrekt. Mr.and that county some weeks since. The One-Price Theater :
and splendidlyfree ?IrS: Jackson will make their home i in .
Clarkesburg W. Va. Miss Mitchill :MANY IN ORLANDO FROM FORT 10 cents 5 cents :
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has many friends in Orlando and CHRISTMASFort ESTABLISHED 1386
from the
Apopka, where the family resided for j

some years, who are much interestedin Christmas was ably represented

slightest jerk j or the announcement. in Orlando yesterday by the following Thursday night, "Who Pays?"
:: well)) known citizens: Mr. and .. .1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I
jump or jolt. BOARD OF GOVERNORS Mrs. J. B. Redditt, Messrs. L. Hodgesand ::
MET YESTERDAY.The J. B. Yates.

regular meeting of the Boardof
Governors of the TOO LATE TO
Associated Charities CLASSIFYFOR
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was neia at the San Juan hotel.
o A number of applications for help SALE--Nice figs for sale at 208 Melts in Your MouthDAILY
East Robinson
$8500e were passed upon by the board. Such I 9S6t"LAWN avenue. Phone COS.
applications should in future be madeto

Miss Corinne Robinson, or Mrs. MOWERS sharpened and
Jas. L. Giles.A repaired at Orlando Bicycle and
Orlando vote of thanks was extended to Repair Shop. 9-S-lmoc BULLETINPEACH

the press of the city for the publicity EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER
which has been given the organiza- desires position; best of references.
Address E., care Sentinel. 9-8-3tc
tion.The VANILLA
next regular meeting will be LOST-One bull bitch, medium size, CHOCOLATE
held Tuesday, September 21, at the brindle with white around neck and
San Juan. nose, bob-tail. Reward. Return to PINEAPPLE
"WIPhillips --o- this office. 9-S-6t* PISTACHIO

ENJOYABLEMEETING. TEN ACRES half mile from Orlandoon CHERRY .
brick road worth $:!.OOO. free CARAMEL
The Methodist Sewing Circle met and clear; will exchange:: for house I
and lot in Orlando of same value
with Mrs. j
Flodding and Miss Echols Tracy & :Moore, carpenters 18 East !
on South Main street Tuesday after- I Church street. 9-8-6t W e deliver from one quart up"and's

noon. There were twenty present, i
and as usual the hour was spent in
sewing and visiting.
I, FavoriteTODAY'S
& The hostesses served delicious ice

cream and non-de-scripts, and at a
late hour the company dispersed to PROGRAM Pure Ice Cream

meet again next week, the place to be Reliance. "When Cameron Passed
decided later. By.
Thanhouser. "Three Roses."
Sons --0- Majestic. "The Electric Alarm." Phone 566 and 666
ROYAL NEIGHBORS, Royal.: "Ringing the Changes." A
ATTENTION. comedy.
Four good reels of Mutual movies.
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WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: MINUTES IX MANHATTANBy REMARKABLE SCENE MARTIAL LAW IN IIAYTI I

In building my tomb in the Orlando
Port au Prince. Hayti.-Rear Admiral
Cemetery there was an error made in
KnickerbockerNew Geneva.-A remarkable has Caperton, in command of the
the carving of the verse, and on Gotham scene
learning of the error had it removed. York.-Among the most inter- occurred at a Zermatt hotel which in American expeditionary forces, has FOR SALEWill
martial law
The names mentioned in the verse did proclaimed at Port au
around New York these normal times is full of Princec and in other districts
not refer to J. II. Vick or J. A. Knoxof esting places English Alpin- occupiedby
semi-secret American troops. The people are
Orlando. days are the various
ists, but in which today there are calm.
9-7-2t FRED S. WEEKS. headquarters of the great warring
only' Englishwomen and a few elderly
nations. An air of mystery hangs I'men. VON FORSTNER KILLED offer for sale for a few dap ',
over them and a real atmosphere of men.One

MisdirectedEconomy exclusiveness effectively keeps out evening after dinner three ,' Berlin.-Lieut. Baron von Forstner, the property corner Orange Avenue,
every one who can not plainly prove young Englishmen, who had just who gained notoriety as the result of
he has business within. made a difficult ascent, were discuss- the Zabern incident, has been killed Jackson and Boone Streets known as
in action. ,
There is a big German bureau at ,ling the climb, when an elderly colonel

No. 60 Wall street, where Captainvon rebuked them in rather strong lan- Robert Fairbanks Has left Orlando I the skating rink property, for $26,000.
Papen and Boy-Ed are hard at guage for being in Switzerland at all. and is now living in Jacksonville,and
Trying to save a few cents by work; a Russian organization in the Turning towards the visitors, the will engage in business there. His $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a
having your work handled by inferior Flatiron building, and French, Aus- colonel said: "Ladies, you should boycott mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Fairbanks, year
hands. who went to Orlando to join him, is
these slackers. They should not and interest six
Your personal influence is trian, Italian and Servian offices scat- getting quite lonesome for the East at per cent.
tered about the city. J. P. Morgan be climbing mountains, but climbingout Coast, and Jensen in particular.
greatly enhance''hen you are & Company direct the British activi- of trenches, like my two sons." Jensen item, St Lucie Tribune.
clad in immaculat linen. ,
The officer was cheered, and the
ties to a large extent, besides assist-
ing England's allies. three Englishmen, after standing out : MASQUERADE CARNIVALAt
The Russian government staff has against an icy silence for two days, the Rink, September 9. Everyone C.A.HOVEYThe
OrlandoSteam the floor
I' on must at least wear a
three floors of the Flatiron buildingand left the hotel for London. mask. Admission 10 cents.
is a somewhat imposing affair. J I
I II
LaundryFRENCH On the commission are several gen- :I ''I

erals, besides colonels and captains,
I
DRY CLEANERS making up thirty-five men in all. fIi'b-.4-Fi I
LAUNDERERS I
I At the head of the commission is

PHONE 88 ,Major Sapojnikoff. lie has more than
I Ir
250 army officers working through 1EaLet

the country as inspectors of the war
FOR SALE! i:|supplies our factories are turning out OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

'for the Czar. His commission has OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
SCREENS WHAT AM !
put through orders amounting to sev- -
SCREENS FRESH AND SALT MEATS
,eral hundred million dollars-just 1
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO.
,how much may never be known.
John W. Pounds, Agent i I There is no glad hand to welcome a. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Box 703 I strangers at the office of the commis- and pure.
sion. No one can see any of the We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

,commissioners without an appoint. I everything in the Meat Line.
ment. The commissioners are too

DrGMParrisUDM, busy thinking about buying clothing, H. T1 [. Self & Co.
,harness, ammunition and other sup- 0
of the firm of Drs. Parrish & 'plies for Russia's millions of soldiers r PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

Parish, Tampa, Florida, is )located :to have their time wasted-and be- I
at Lumsden'sStable i sides strangers might be dangerous. .- I n
indefinitely
j _
j The interior of the commission's
on West Church Street. j I work place looks much like any Engraved Stationery and

The Doctor is a graduate vet-
]American office. American stenogra- 0Adi.u..1
erinarian. A trial will convinceyou phers pound American typewriters, Invitations

of his superiority over the beating out the endless flow of letters

uneducated horse doctor. Examinations -;'about the details of Russia's orders. Don't ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
;1 They work hard, but not as hard as
made free of chargeat because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
i the commissioners, many of whom i.'1M1U....
and deliver the goods in Orlando.
the stable.
|are at the office early and late.
Calls answered by day or I Major General Sapojnikoff is a well THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.

night. known man in Russia. He is a professor PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
PHONE NO. 25 I i in several military schools and "The Hoosier Cabinet Saves Steps"The
'Chas written several authoritativebooks W. S. BRANCH
on artillery. low price of this wonderful labor-saving machineon ,

The greater part of the Russian the club plan is fixed everywhere by the Hoosier fact- THE ARCADE BOOK AND :MUSIC STORE

supplies are shipped by way of the ory. You pay not a penny extra for these liberal terms. L
Panama canal to Vladivostok, and Your cabinet is delivered immediately. Order it now and

B.argainNew thence sent by rail across Siberia. have it save two hours from your kitchen work tomorrow. SKATING RINK

The commission arranges for an or-
OSCAR HAND & SON
der and it is then closed by a cable

from Petrograd. The money is deliv-
ered through the National City bank. LADIES' SESSION AT.SKATING RINK TUBS-

t.': : DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
... ..
house, 8 rooms and bath. WINTER MERCHANTS MUST .-\ -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT I
COME ACROSS WITII TAX \' J---
Location perfect, 4 blocks from I .. INSTRUCTORS.Open '

center of city, east side. Miami, Fla.-Winter merchantswho -:... .J. i 'l l 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
set up their business in Miami .._(
For quick sale $3000. Cash or during the winter months and leave : ,'.. J. -J Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

with the close of the season will haveto I .
terms. .--....._-'t&....
% come across with the regular tax- .
I something that they have escaped for ,. -..- ,,, ADMISSION: : 1O CENTS.

the last 15 years. The city council .J
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CARL DAMN discussed this matter last night and S

it was the unanimous opinion that the
Message I
winter merchants should their
I taxes just the same as the pay year- To the BusinessMen No. 4 ORLANDO ROOFINGANL ; t
Get Behind
a round merchants. Councilman Romfh of OrlandoWhen

% stated that a bond to cover the prob- 1
eUi4o1and able amount of personal tax to be as- a run-down salesman calls on you, do you buy his goods?
sessed should be taken, the bond to Aren't you afraid of his line because he looks as if no one ever gave SHEET METAL CO
_ enjoy a really cool dry tweet I y
him an order?
tmoke. The Wellington Pipe won't be forfeited should the merchant
boil, wont get foul leave town before the tax was levied. Same thing is true of a seedy town. To be prosperous it must
look and show local Metal Slate Tile ,1
prosperous pride. Tin Asbestos
Mad. In "This will mean about $2OOO on; ,
Am.rica Clean streets, nice stores and well-painted buildings pay because
$3,000 we've been
a year passing up
V a...nd... for the past 15 years," said Mr. they bring business. Paint-hungry buildings are least excusable, and Rubber RoofingsCornices t
....pe. c--- for paint made ofDutch
Romfh. "Local! merchants who
a stay
:JOe.lIP t
'
here all the time do not feel like they Skylights .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings \
\VrISayAI want to share the winter business and Boy Atantic White Lead i ,
"
pay all the taxes. -r Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO I

!
: ARTISTS' RIFLES and Dutch Boy linseed oil pays its way by protecting buildings against rot an4 ,
decay. Call up your paint dealer and get an estimate on Dutch Boy White Lead
I London.-In the heart of Epping and Dutch Boy linseed oil for your job.NATIONAL .
You want to this new
see |Forest is the camp of the Artists' Ri- LEAD COMPANY ,

package Spider is introducing to I fles. Here British officers are trained
I for the front with wonderful rapidity. The Orlando Meat Market i
the market-its the swellest
The whole process of making recruits

thing out in the way of little into'sound soldiers and then into good Rollins College, Winter ParkOldest T. A. YANCY Jr., Manager l
subalterns may be observed.

Cigars. The Artists' Rifles has obtained College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice J

1,500 commissions, of which 500 were Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus-
See him at theGood Florida and Western Meats 1
in the regulars. There are artists as iness. Teachers' Course.

officers in every regular infantry reg- Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym- Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game Etc. I
iment in the British Harold malaria t
army. nasium, no quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
and Bad j Pearce, who wrote the music of "The music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberb f
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
'Arcadians," and scores of other well I new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical fI
j and physical l laboratories, equipped h every modern device; analysis of I
Cigar StoreOrange known men are now in training.An I soils fertilizers, foods water preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, PHONES { Business 135 P. O. 80X226
I boating swimming, golf, tennis, football basket: all; Christian but unde- Residence ((33 tor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
ad. in the Morning Sertirel is a i I nominal lonal: expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Avenue safe investment. address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla. ,
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I; A TTOR EY-A T.LA,''
ATTORNEYATLAWNo.
A i i \
A The Morning Sentinel Want Phone 617
4 West Pine Sreet
Directory is the Greatest Want i
OItTJAN"DCCement Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Ad Medium in Orlando. I II Phone 161 ,
I I
I Terms Cash in Advance. I worth Building

Agatite Plaster and Lime I RATES I II

I For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW DAVIS & GILES
: For Three Day ____________50c I
I For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$2.50 I I ATTORNEY S-AT-L\Y
This rate applies on all ads of
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains Phone 172 I I Phone 72
more than 25 words the Fate
Room 5 Watkins Block .Rooms 5 6 7
I will be one cent per word for 8-
each additional word, for each in- I Davis McNeill Block
sertion.If t
ypu can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
Victor Starbuck
j" r counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.

1 IR I Every Home-Every Dusine8fo R. RAY WHITE ATTORNEYATLAWPhone
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Every Man has use for a 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
ATTORNEY-AT LAW'Room
No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Ha.
7 44
FOR SALE
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I FOR RENT-Five room cottage, F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
completely furnished, onefourthmile
from city limits on east Winter
Park road. 15 per month. Garageon and CONTRACTORPhone .
place. P. O. Box 22G. y-4-Gtc
37

sPTf-- ./ FOR SALE-Horse, wa on, surrey,
two sets harness; or trade for car
or real estate. R. P. Gilpin, Winter DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST "
Home, Fla. 9-7-Ct
PLUMBINGSALLAS
MULES FOR SALE
& SALLAS
Phone 716
Pair nice mare mules in geod condition .
suitable for farm or heavy hauling Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- 208 Boone Street
; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining Bldg Phone 597.
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract ,
one quarter mile from city 'limits; L. Percival Hutton
Take A Tip From Mary SunshineMary's very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
$100 acre. See Carl Dann. SURVEYING
6-9-tf poses. per 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. .

Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
home is. oh, so modern and Gas appliances have made it so. All day long Gas saves Mary lots of I FOR RENT
time and many; many steps. Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater 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, WANTEDSLAUGIITER WORK
in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waiting to burn up at the touch of a match. Florida.
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas SALE
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm HAL A. IRISH 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 Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. next few days. Making room for our Civil I Engineer
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
Store, Court stree. Phone (67. Watkins Orlando Fla.
9-5-tfc. 47 Bldg., ,


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GAS DEPARTMENT On Tuesday, September 7, 1915, I .
will commence to close out my entire I' Paul V. HutchinsAttorney I DR. L H. RAMSDEU
stock of groceries and fixtures at cost I
and below, and continue until all is OPTOMETRIST
i sold. I and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

9-5-3t MODEL GROCERY. I FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
-- Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
IOPTICAl.
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles for 30c. S-28-tfc I I ORLANDO, FLA. .REPAIRING
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BUYERS AND SELLERS
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real I
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Cut Flowers

L SOUTH" 4POPK4 CITRUS NURSRIS[ [ : over 20000000.10-6-3m 30 years.Call Have and F. A.see handled LEWTER.To me. over. ARCADEMILK and Plantst


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
I price on any goods in store. Ham-

t I, The want ad.'s the thing. Violet Dell Florist.I I

r All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- DEPOTBUTTER .

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

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll MILK- 509. Lake St.
prices :: :: :: :: 408 South )
H work guaranteed and neat- Fresh. Every Day.
ly done. Our work is the best
5c. glass I
and our prices are the lowest. per
This is the place to have 25c. per gallon
your
The is the best time
rainy season to set old clothes made
new.
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASS ,
Suit scrubbed and BU'ITERFresh
growth in advance of trees set pressed75c.Suit PHONE 375
one year's dry cleaned, pressed60c. Homemade ,
next fall. 'I Suit pressed _____________40c. West Jefferson Street
I'All Palm Beaches scrubbed SANDWICHESPIES Successor to

i and pressed ____________SOc AND CAKES ,.
i Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Hand Wood Company
Send today for Catalog Description List and lowest
j | I
We do ladies' work also. Giveus Wood of All Kinds ,

prices, to the above address 'I}Clothes a trial called and for be and convinced.delivered. ARCADE MilK DEPOT I PROMPT SERVICE

REASONABLE PRICE

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Mr. J. W. Prentiss, of Kissimmee,
was a business transactor to Orlando

reslerday. '

.. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley, of Kis-
simmee, were among the prominent
in: Panama visitorsr to Orlando yesterday. FOR EVERY t_

and everywhere on American territory: is simplified by "A.B.A."
Cheques. They are much safer ta carry than cash; and they are Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would 8-21-tf
often be refused for want of proper identification. These cheques $10 A WEEK
are lf-Identifying. We recommend them to all who travel for Miss Florrie Bennett, who has beenat .
business or pleasure. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. K.

The StatejBank) of Orlando Cureton' in Jacksonville, returned to
Orlando last evening.Dr. .
YOU SPEND

L. H. Ramsdell and family, who
i have been residing at 110 East South

street, are now pleasantly located at
r 20 East Concord avenue.
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How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks 8-12-tf YOU SAVE

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Mrs. R. P. Cobb left yesterday
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morning for Cocoa on the East Coast,

x 4r- pL"ELDER" friends.where she will spend a few days with $10 A YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fuller, promi-
nent and popular Altamonte Springs
folks, were among the welcome visitors -
to Orlando yesterday.Ride .


, 1818tfMr. Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. IF YOU ASK FOR SAYINGS CHECKS[


T. E. F. Hoskins, who has been
spending a few days in Jacksonvilleon
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business, will return home this af-
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ternoon.


Mrs. A. Rinaldi, who has been visiting -

relatives and friends in Tampa, The Peoples! 'National Bank
has returned to her home on the cor-
ner of Anderson and Lake streets.


Kodak finishing, 8 hour service.
McElroy's Pharmacy. Phone 20.

Spring WaterIS 9-7-4tc "
Mrs. H. A. Wise and children and

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SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, ternoon for Hattapulga, Ga., where

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD they: will spend a couple of weeks .. . . .1..111111111.1.111111..11111.1..1.11.t".I..I..111
with relatives and friends.

Phone WRIGHT 444
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pfeifer, of 311
West Pine street, are receiving the
TRY Better TRY congratulations of friends over the

IT BEST IT advent into their home of a pretty New Studebaker Cars
little Miss, Saturday morning. I

How much did you save last month
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------ in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf : : i

Mr. W. L. Spencer, who has been Here This Week

spending several days at Pass-a-
Grille, enjoying the excellent bath-
ing and fishing, returned home 11
yes-
Wait and what values
terday afternoon.Dr. see you can get


and Mrs. M. B. Swift and child for $1050 and $885

arrived in Orlando yesterday after-
noon over the Atlantic Coast Line
from Boston, and are occupying their
home on Liberty street.
Notice To Ford Purchasers
Get your next shave at the Stand-

Between Aug. 1, 1914 ard. 18-21-tf San Juan Garage Company jj jjI.

and Aug. 1. 1915 Mrs. Carey Hand, who has been ,
spending several weeks in Indiana, including -
Shelbyville, visiting relativesand Orlando-Daytona
All Ford purchasers who hold Profit- friends, returned home yesterday ,
Sharing Coupons will please endorse same afternoon. DISTRIBUTORS

and return immediately to The Ford

:Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send Hon. John C. Jones left yesterday i
rfternoon over the Atlantic Coast !
check for
$50.00 as rebate on cars pur-
Line for Brevard, N. C., to join Mrs.
chased during above dates. Jones and daughters, who are enjoying .", .. c.. .J.t.. .....I.II\11111.I..I..II..r..1. '

For further information, phone life in the mountains.
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F. G. RUSH Deposit your Savings;: Checks and
I let them earn 4 per cent. interest for i
32 East Church Street Phone 226 you. 8.12-tf Who Will Be Your Executor?
):
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mattocks and

little daughter, of Mount Dora, mo- ASWER0.. 2 -
tored to Orlando yesterday and spent I
the day calling en friends and enjoying Your estate may be materially impaired as a I
the sights of the city. direct result of the appointment of an executor
-- -- -- -
-
- -
i or tru<;tee.

...1..1111111111111111111111111.11.11111.11..1111.' Deposit your Savings Checks and When an individual is appointed + J
let them earn 4 per cent interest for
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress you. 3-12-tl The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .

correctly. is usually provided in wills that the person
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer Mr. Roy A. Anderson and bride left nominated to as executor shall be excused
serve
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into over the Seaboard last night for Key
I from giving bonds.
society. West after spending a few days with
Character is easily judged by the things will it is at the ex- ;
one buys-You relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson When surety bonds are supplied, f
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. are enjoying their honeymoon and- pense of the estate, and then only partial security Z? I
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of I, will visit in Miami, Hallandale, and against loss is provided. -
gentility. other East Coast points before returning When a Trust Company is selected-
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each to Ocala where they will re- of financial re I "
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No I side. The positive advantage strong
two articles are alike no more than there are two human beings sponsibility is secured. : _

exactly alike.If A bend which has behind it the entire financial < ,
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. filed with 3 _
I 18-18-tf strength of the Institution is always
If you are just a "climber" visit the Evans store and you ,
t -nst to the estate.
the Probate Court a >
will get some "pointers. If you have "tried and lost," the Evans ---- -- -
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come DoctorsBuekinaster Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue
in and be sociable. "
of this
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. I newspaper.
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and to:; Briiiidasi
China. Statuary Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell
Work,anything artistic. OSTEpI'ATHSPersonal Come in any time and freely ask for further t K !
instruction under information this vitally important subject.
Dr. Still n on
Original designing done for special platinum work.
I at Kirksville, Mo. jjjj You are always welcome, and our officers are al- it
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible 132 S. Orange Ave.. above/ Pearl
prices. National Bank. *>*??? 578 ways glad to advise. _


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


T. H. EVANS Lillian BledsoeGRADUATE MASSEUSE i + Orlando, Florida

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| Headquarters Standard Barber Shop 1

JEWELER Facial Scientific MassageManicuring.Shampooing.Scalp Treatment Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00


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