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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 10, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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 :





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1915. NUMBER: 181.




DUMBA WILL BE GIVEN HIS PASSPORTS;





: GERMAN CROWN PRINCE DEFEATED



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LANSING THAT DUMBA CABLES AMBASSADOR MUST AUSTRIA GO GERMANY AGAIN EXPRESSES HER FRENCH WHELP WHIP REGION IN ARGONNE THE LION'S 2,000 ROAD BOOSTERS AT




. IS NOT WANTED-IN UNITED STATESBreak REGRET FOR ARABIC CRIME; U. S. GERMANS CAPTURE 38 OFFICERSBut LAKELAND GIVE A FINAL



With Austrian Government French Bring Sudden Ger-
THINKS GERMANY EVADING ISSUE
Comes as Result of man Offensive to as Sudden -

n. Dumba's,Infamous a Halt-Artillery ENDORSEMENTTOY.ROUTEVi1litas [ \

Plottings Russians ArelGaining GERMANY MUST EXPLAIN Stopped..Drh.eLondon

ARABIC IN SATISFAC-
Washington, Sept. 9.-Secretary of Sept. 9.What appearedto -
State Lansing tonight cabled Ambas- TORY MANNER be a final desperate effort of the Now NOW UP TO BELCHER AND

sador Penfield at Vienna to inform German crown prince to smash the SAXON PERRY GETS
the Austro-IIungarian government French line on the Argonne has come
I that Ambassador Dumba will no longer Vienna, Sept. 9.-The Russian THE U. S. Will NOT ACT HASTILY to a sudden halt. I Fleeing ON NORTH END

be acceptable as an envoy to the stronghold of Dobno (Doubno) on the After penetrating the allies' front,

United StaJes.Ambassador. Ikwa river, and commanding the rail- Before Lusitania Will Be Dis- according to Berlin reports to the war GAINESVILLE GETS NEXT SESSION
Penfield was requestedto road from Lemberg to Rovno and the department, for a gain of a quarterof El Paso, Tex., Sept. 9.-The evacu-
ask the Austrian foreign secretaryto north, has been captured by the Aus- cussed Arabic Sinking Must a mile on the front for a distanceof ation of Torreon by the Villistas has

recall Dumba. trians. Be Cleared Up a mile and a quarter, capturingmore begun. Orlando on Dixie Highway as
The Austrian landwehr and cavalry All of the rolling stock except that
of
than 38
The recall of Dr. Dumba comes as 1,100 prisoners, and
Well Lee
Fully needed for the of as Proposed
a result of the ambassador's improper I entered Dobno Wednesday. whom were officers, the Germans transportation
conduct in urging his countrymen' 9.The note of ceased their attacks today as suddenly troops has been sent to Chihuahua Jackson Highway-GOO
Washington, Sept.
who are employed in American muni- BASEBALL RESULTS' the sinking of the Arabic as they had begun. City, together with great quantitiesof New MembersThe
Germany on
and within 36 hours,
provisions,
tion plants to strike so as to cripplethe explaining that the commander of the Unofficial reports from French
output of war material which the National League submarine thought that the vessel( sources credit the artillery with stop- according to semi-official advices, second quarterly meeting of
Philadelphia 3-9, New York 0-4. the drive French most of Villa's troops will be out of
4 allies are purchasing, and makes the was going to ram him and he sank it ping German the the Central Florida Highway Asso-
belief strong that this governmentwill Brooklyn 1, Boston 0. in self defense, was received today by gunners inflicting such heavy losseson Torreon. ciation was held at Lakeland yester-
take similar action in the case of St. Louis 3-0, Cincinnati 4-5. the state the storming columns of "'urttemburger's The Carranza outposts appearedthis day. There were about 2,000 at the

r Captain Von Papen, the German mili- Exhibition game, Pittsburgh Nationals I the department.As question as to whether the attackers as forced them to morning near San Pedro de Las meeting, although only one-half were
tary attache, who it is said was equally 4, Chicago White Sox 9. Arabic resisted the submarine is desist after the first furious assaults. Colonais, 40 miles east of Torreon, members. During the day 600 mem-

interested with Dumba. __ Federal LeagueNo that be established The effect of the German onslaught, according to messages received from bers paying $2 apiece joined the as-
There is no evidence, however, to games scheduled. only something by evidence can, the state depart- however, had its effect all along the Villa, who is in the latter ,city.Villa's sociation, making a total of 1,000

show that Von Bernstorff, to whom American League ment is now obliged to ascertain the line and artillery actions, which have troops will be concentratedat actual members in the association.
Papen is responsible, had any part in New York 3-1, Washington 5-4. circumstances for itself. been of a violent character during the Bachimba, a narrow fortified From a babe at Kissimmee four

the latter proceedings.For Boston 5, Philadelphia' 0. Therefore it will be some time be- past fifteen days, during all of today mountain pass on the Mexican line months ago, grown to manhood at

this reason it is not believed > Cleveland 5, Detroit 6. fore the case, can be settled, and in- were doubly intense. sixty miles south of Chihuahua.An Orlando June 10, and matured at
exodus of Americans from Chi-
that Von Bernstorff'will be affected. Southern League cidentally the United States advised Lakeland yesterday, the rapid prog-
Atlanta 9; Birmingham 6. Germany that it would not take up CLEARING OF DEBRIS FROM F-4 huahua has begun, and many refu- ress of the association is readily real-
TO DIRECT AIR SERVICE Chattanooga 6, Memphis 0. the case of the Lusitania again until VIRTUALLY COMPLETED gees have already reached El Paso. ized. Lakeland did herself proud in
New Orleans 8, Mobile 2. John Lowenbruck, an American cat-
the Arabic incident has been clearedin playing host to the visitors who came
London.-Owing to the rapid expansion Little Rock 4-2, Nashville 2-2; sec- a manner satisfactory to the Honolulu.-Clearing of debris from tle man, was captured yesterday by I from all sections of Central Florida.

of the Royal naval air ser- ond, eight innings, darkness. United States.In the submarine F-4, lost outside Honolulu Mexican bandits opposite Columbus, Taylor county was represented by
N. M., and is being held for $2,000
vice both with respect to personneland I the note received today, Ger- harbor May 25 with all hands, 25 automobiles, or a total of 100 per-

material, the admiralty has decided THE WEATHERFor many expresses her regret again for which was raised recently, is virtually ransom.Friends of Lowenbruck left here sons, who drove 300 miles to get the
to place it under the directionof the loss of American lives and offersto completed. The hull will be towed to association to recommend that the
a flag officer with the title of director Florida: Generally fair Fri- give compensation: after arbitra- Pearl harbor to await navy depart- today with money to purchase thecattleman's northern branch of the highway be

of the air service. Rear Ad- day; light to moderate variable w tds. tion of the amount due. ment orders. freedom. designated to run from Gainesville

miral C. L. Vaughan-Lee has been selected Neither Secretary Lansing nor any Little hope is entertained of fur- north through Perry to Tallahassee.In .

for this appointment. Commo- On officials would discuss the effect of ther identifications of the bodies of St. Lucie CanalCompromise addition to the endorsement of
dore M. F. Sufter, now director of the Bulgarians the defense set up by Germany. the 22 men who perished in the sub- this proposition the association endorsed -
air service, will become superintendent marine, most of them being unrecog- the southern end of the routeto
of air craft construction. War PathParis nizable.' run from Arcadia east to Fort
SCHOONER CURACAO. CREW OF
Officials in charge of the F-4 operations Myers, to Marco and thence to Miami.
TEN,MEN LOST
STAIIL PLEADS GUILTY were reticent regarding their The other segment of the highway,
Sept. 9.-The Geneva Tri investigation and referred all inqui- Washington, Sept. 9.-A compro- from Gainesville south through Orlando
Mobile, Ala.-Captain Malcolm and
New York.-Gustav Stahl, the Ger- bune says that Premier Venizelos has ries to Washington. mise was reached here today which to Arcadia was unchanged.With .
the of nine of the British
crew
.. an reservist indicted in connection succeeded in putting Greece, Serbia, wards off an injunction suit by the the exception of the northern
schooner Curacao, from Port Arthur,
P wth affidavit made by him setting Roumania, and Bulgaria governmentsin WANT PAY BASIS CHANGED government to tie up Florida drain- recommendation the western branchof
Texas to Kingston Jamaica
were
forth that he saw four guns mountedon accord on the subject of the confer- w'hen age operations.Out the Dixie highway remains the
lost the vessel was wrecked off
the Lusitania before her last voy- ence which is to take place in a few Atlantic City, N. J.-Resolutions of an extremely delicate situa- same as adopted at Orlando June 10.
Grand in the hurricane of
Cayman
age, today pleaded guilty to the days at Salonika.The requesting that the basis of their pay tion the following basis of agreementwas The recommendation of the asso-
13 it here
August was reported by
charge of perjury before United Temps, in a dispatch from be changed from cancellations and formally evolved: ciation will be transmitted to Commissioners -
mail from Grand .
States District Judge Hough. He was Dedeagatch, says that Bulgarians are Cayman.The sales of stamps to that of the amountof First-State will' at once providean Belcher and Saxon and
Curacao, a lumber schooner of
remanded until tomorrow, when sen- actively fortifying that port and its mail matter handled were adopted obstruction of some adequate kindin they in turn will recommend to the
tence will be passed. immediate neighborhood and have 286 tons, left Port Arthur on July 13 by members of the National Associa- the St. Lucie canal to lessen the Dixie Highway Commission that the
and was due shortly at her destina-
placed cannon all around the coast. tion of Third and Fourth Class Post- flow, but allowing sufficient water in route as endorsed yesterday be per-
INDIANA TO HAVE A RILEY DAYS tion when wrecked. She was owned masters in annual convention here. the canal to float the dredge. manently adopted as the official
,BANK ROBBERS EMPLOY EUROPEAN by her master, a native of Jamaica. Other resolutions endorsed all move- Second-With sixty days the state I Western Florida branch of the Dixie

Indianapolis, Ind.-Gov. Samuel M. WAR TACTICS ments for proposed railways; pledged will submit plans to the war depart- : highway.In .
Ralston has issued a proclamation UPHOLD CHICAGO TEACHERS support to the officials of the post- ment for adequate locks in the canals addition to the above action the

designating October 7 as Riley day, Jefferson, Okla. Tactics learned office department and requested an that are open. association went on record as favor-
from European warfare enabled rob- Chicago, 111.-Labor leaders of the Only the formal approval of Secre- the Lee and Jackson
and urging the people of the state to extra man as a sub in offices from ing highway,
.set aside the day to honor James bers to loot the Farmers State bank state and nation held a rally tonight, which two or more rural delivery' tary of War Garrison was needed to- which will run from Washington, D.
here. The first erected barbed at which speeches in defense of the day to ratify the agreement and he
Whitcomb Riley, the poet, who Gov- men routes are served. C., to Tampa. This route will pass
ernor Ralston calls "Indiana's most wire entanglements about the bank. Chicago Teachefs' Federation, an or- was communicated with by telegraph. through Orlando. Consequently Or-

beloved citizen." Mr. Riley will be I Four charges of explosives were ganization affiliated with the American AGED WOMAN FOUND DEAD Another conference between Brecken- lando lies directly on one sure high-
sixty-six years old on October 7. I usd. The first aroused the towns- Federation of Labor, and recently ridge, Kingman, Governor Trammelland way and one proposed highway. On
people but before the citizens could .interdicted by the city's board of edu- New York.-Mrs. Elizabeth Nichols Senator Bryan was arranged for the Lee and Jackson highway Winter

AEROPLANE ASCENDED 21,:>98 devise a way of overcoming the wire I cation. 80 years old, widow of James E. 2:30 this afternoon. Park will also find a place. Tributary -
barrier the robbers had taken $2,000 Labor leaders called on the state's highways for discus-
FEET Nichols, formerly a wholesale grocer, came up a
and in motor attorney late today in connectionwith AN IMPROVEMENT TO BAYLA- sion. It
escaped a car. was found dead on the third floor of was decided that tributariesto
it was said, charges that a con- RIAVS TAILORING SHOP the main Dixie
Paris, France.-The French mono- her home tonight. The police were highway would be
pianist E. X. Demars, it was an- GOVERNOR HARRIS ILL spiracy to disrupt the Teachers' Fed- not certairr whether the woman had officially designated when their con- .
nounced, has equalled the world's altitude eration existed and that grand jury died from fright or was strangled to Work was begun yesterday on the struction was fully pledged.'

'a record of 6,600 meters ((21,598 Nashville, Tenn.-A Bristol, Tenn., action had been asked. death by burglars who had forced improvement of the room occupied by Without a struggle or a dissenting .
feet) established by the German air- special says Governor Nat E. Harris, their way into the house after cowing V. Baylarian in the brick building voice Gainesville was selected as the
man, Otto Linnekogel, in an aeroplaneat who has joined Mrs. Harris in a visitto REFUTES PEACE TALK servants with revolvers. The house owned by Dr. Wattenscheidt, on East next meeting place. The meeting
Johannesthal, July 9, 1914. relatives at Hampton, Carter coun- boy and maid were bound and gagged Church street. Two big holes have will be held the first week in Decem-
ty, is ill there, but his condition is London.-The correspondent at Pe- when the police arrived. been pierced in the walls near the ber.The
AIR RAID SERIOUS. said not to be serious. The strain of trograd of the Exchange Telegraph southeast corner. This corner will be association ratified the selec-

the Frank case is believed to be re- company says: CLOSE VOTE TO SAVE TOBACCOTO nicely finished and fitted with plate tion of four men for the State High-

London The Exchange's Amster- sponsible. He expects to return to "The decision of Emperor Nicholasto ALAB.\IA glass windows to form a display win- way Commission, and requested Gov.
dam correspondent says: "Accordingto Atlanta Monday. take chief command is regarded as I dow for Mr. Baylarian's tailoring Trammell' to appoint same. M. M.

reports from the German frontier, the best possible reply to recent talk Montgomery, Ala.-Cigarettes were 'business. When the changes have Smith, of Orlando, is one of the men
the allies' raid over Saarbrucken, ALABAMA MAY LET CONVICTS of peace proposals, and as showing saved for Alabama smokers when 'I been completed. Baylarian will install slated for this office.
Rhenish Prussia, had terrible results. HELP TO SUPPORT clearly Russia's determination to President Bulger of the senate untied a steam pressing outfit. The Various reports were given by the
The military station was blown upi FAMILIESMontgomery bring victory to herself and her al- a sixteen to sixteen vote on anti- 'work is in charge of Contractor ManueL committees.W. .

and seventy-five persons were killed, lies." cigarette measures today by casting I C. Temple, of Winter Park, who
most of them soldiers. Ala.-By the termsof his ballot against the bilL Several was at the meeting delivered a
a bill which passed the senate last CARRIERS SELECT DALLAS amendments to the original bill pro LEFT FOR ORLANDO speech.Mr. .
BURGLAR NOT IDENTIFIED night convicts will have their gross vided for the prohibition of pipes and Temple is president of the

earnings tabulated and one-fourth of Omaha, Neb.-Dallas, Texas, was all kinds of smoking tobacco, cigars Mr. Carl Sewell left early yester- South Florida Chamber of Commerce
Chicago.-Mrs. J. Ogden Armour I the amount will be sent to their fami- selected for the next biennial meetingof and other smoking materials.' i day morning for Orlando to take which met at Lakeland yesterday, and
today failed to identify Melville lies, or those dependent upon them. the National Association of Letter charge of the Empire hotel in that was influential in designating Orlando -

Reeves, known to the police as the Carriers at the closing session of the RETURN FROM TRIP I I city. Mr. Sewell is a very fine young as the next meeting place of that
"skyscraper burglar" as one of the BIG ORDER FOR RIFLES convention here today. James E. Gay- man. He has been bookkeeper at the organization.

men who robbed her home Monday Cleveland, O.-Cleveland and Can- nor, Muncie, Ind., was elected presi- J. W. Rex and daughters arrived Harrington Hall hotel here for the

night. Reeves' resemblance to one of ton, Ohio, capitalists today closed a dent; Wilmot Dunn, Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday from North Carolina past few months. His friends are Purchase school books and supplies
the masked bandits caused his tempo- deal involving $100,000,000 to furnish was chosen collector of the mutual where they: spent three weeks at predicting great success for Mr. Sew- from Curtis & O'Neal, Orange ave-
rary detention. Russia with 3,000,000 rifles. benefit association. Asheville' and Hendersonville. ell I and Mr. Bracken.-Ocala Banner. nue. Established 30 years.


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I Fashion news from Paris to the I SI'EXDlXG"ACATIOX IN BAY i PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414 .
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$1,000Will II Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER

.SIDELIGHTS 'I shorter tffect that than the ever.coming Don't skirt know will much be STATEC. I PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERTerms


By W. S. Branch. !about Parisian styles, but we can P. Dow, cashier of the Peoples Reasonable
buy a choice building lot in Dr. I
'easily see that little sister will have National Bank, is enjoying a vacationa
C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus Miss Mabel DurhamRoom
{to wear longer stockings. Westport, Maine. lie will return
prove on North Orange avenue overlooking If Orlando keeps up its blue Sunday I .
to this city by the first of October. "
Lake Ivanhoe. There are it will easily win first prize inthe j I I No. 9 Better Known as "JakeV7Plumber"
only 4 lots to be sold at the price. Unpopularity Contest among next J NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC DAVIS & MCNEIL BUILDING

The bricked street splits the lots, winter's tourists.-Tampa Tribune. I The Reporter-Star carried a good I Church Street
which will have a frontage of 62 feet Allow us to correct your error. \Yedo Orlando, Fla., Sept. 8, 1915. I editorial on dimmers for automobiles
150 feet depth the east side of 'Editor Morning Sentinel: I The agitation should be ----- -- -
by on not guess at it, but know absolutely I' yesterday. -------
the street, and a frontage of C2 feet that not a few, but dozens of families I read in :your paper of 9-7-15: continued until every car is equippedwith HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
running back about 100 feet to the i 'To Whom itIay Concern:-In them.Front.
come to Orlando to spend the building my tomb in the Orlando cem- A. B. Cook & Co.
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lake on the west side of the street, winter because it is not quite so"wide there
etery was an error made in the -- -- ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
making 2 lots for the price of one, open" as Tampa and some other carving of the verse, and on learning Christ Building, Orlando.
and the price is fully 25 per cent. real I of the error had it removed. The
towns There are a great many
ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.Phone .
names mentioned in the verse did not
less than the real value. Each lot !
on
decent, respectable people in the refer to J. H. Vick or J. A. Knox of FORD TIRES
the side of the has about I
east street world who have enough money to Orlando. Fred S. Weeks." INVESTMENTS:: LOANS
20 large budded bearing trees. The build nice homes and spend their winters I Now, Fred S. Weeks knows that he
ground is high and sightly. Building had that carving done under his own I STOCKS AND
in Florida, who do not believe inthe II
restrictions will protect the home instructions and did not learn about it
open desecration of the Sabbath afterwards. He also knows that he 6.75 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 204
builder. The has cut the !
owner price
and the ignoring of the state laws. referred to J. II. Vick and J. A. Knox
upon my guarantee to make a quick of Orlando. He therefore tells two
if the above not I
But even were true,
sale. There is nothing like it in the falsehoods in one explanation whichis $7.75.GOODEN
there are thousands of people in the Rear .
city today for price and location. Call enough to prove that the truth is I
world and plenty of them in Orlando not in him. The only truth he has
me up by phone or come to the office. who would not tarter away their I told is when he said that he had it I AND
My time and auto are at your service. moral principles even for "popular: removed, and it is well that he did. ORANGE AVENUE Hammond & Gore
Only lots to be sold at this price. 9-9-ltc J. H. VICK. J: ,

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FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS

E. C. YoungRoom Our have Sunday been a very closing tame episode affair seemsto compared Beds! Beds!! Beds! !!

with upheavals in Daytona Real Values Low Prices
10, McNeill & Davis Block.
over municipal matters. They even
Phone 569. had a Baptist preacher arrested because In Bright New Patterns COMPARE

he chastised his unruly small

son. The court failed to find any evidence OUR FURNITUREWe

of wrongdoing and a citizen's
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mass meeting passed resolutions absolving -
the preacher and criticizedthe provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac- 1

Cabinet MakerDoors parties who brought the suit:, cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
claiming it was for political purposes.
can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
Through all the strife and storm ofthe
stones cf this business and that means much to any buyer.
Screens, Porch Swings, city, and his own domestic troubles -
Editor Sparkman seems able to
Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
take care of himself and assist in the
Folding Card Tables, Cedar general onslaught against the "ring." 1 1 McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- .

tals etc. Also Repair Work. Corner Ave. Church Street
When it was discovered that the Orange and Orlando, Florida

All Work Guaranteed dates of the South Florida fair, Feb- Now Is The Timeto

ruary 4-12, conflicted with those of

12 E. Church St. Phone 417 the Orange county fair, the directorsof
the latter voluntarily changed their select' that Iron or Brass Led you need for the winter. MIMIIMItlltlllttMtMtMilllMtMlttlMttllMMfFresh

dates to 15 to 22. That
February Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
spirit is characteristic of the people

of Orange county and Orlando, and if surprising low prices. A call will convince you.

What do you the Times can assist them in promoting Vegetables ii

their fair, all they've got to dos

hope for in a to say how, when and where.-

varnish ? Tampa Times.Umbrellas OSCAR HAND & SON and FruitsOKRA

recovered and repaired

"while you wait." at Young's Repair
Complete Home Furnishers
Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
IHE'ON I oJ- PEPPERS
STRING BEANS

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a tall man. The tonneau is deep>> and extra You simply press down the starting button with
wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches The your foot and the engine goes. 1'his.system is FUNERAL DIRECTOR
cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, givoperated by a storage battery which is charged
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Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, is used. The rear springs clamp directly to the calls answered Promptly Dayor
which means for the owner, low upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength. The
great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its entire -
Get Behind a length( without overhang, giving it a firm, Night. Hand Block.
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eliminates the unsightly side apron usually
CPeUh4nvand The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor found between the body and running board.Hotchkiss Orlando Florida.PHONE
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Mad. h axle and wheels without shock
or jar, the
Low Center of Gravity
Am.rie.fame rear springs acting as a cushion. This construction -
ia.Dd. Like all Oakland models, the weight of this saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
pick yarh2k car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives unusual -
3k Oc.a side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort.
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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
Say All: The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is ab- drums. Horn button in center of steering PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
solutely automatic. You can forget you have wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
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gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board.
package Spider is introducing t o all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallon Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a Known as "The Handy Man.
of gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad running -
the market-its the swelles t of the car where it belongs. boards.

thing out in the way of littl

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ITEMS FROM TAFT the teacher for all, and served by the night for Sea Cliff, N. Y. 'They expect -

..... scholars in a very generous have- t: to be away several weeks. Stew-

Taft, Fla., Sept. 8.-On Wednesdas another style. Mr. Ditter was greatly art Edwards expects to return to Culver

afternoon September 1, was held the pleased and encouraged, and we pre- Military Academy the latter part
dict for him the banner school this of the month.
annual election of the Taft W. C. T.
term. I j I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Leiter have just
U. The old officers were re-elected .
Arthur Prescott of Orange Center returned from Jacksonville where
with the exception of Secretary Miss
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ditter they went on a vacation trip.
Frances A 'on, who has pone to last Sunday. I|I Rev. D. A. Newell, of Leesburg,
Ohio for .. indefinite stay. The of. "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Mrs. S. J. Cammon of Port Tampa preached here Sunday.Mr. .
ficers now are: President, Mrs. Belle
City who has been the guest of Dan Geo. S. Vincent, of Plymouth,

Avery treasurer; secretary, Mrs. Ina, Mrs.Tice.Minnie Two Riley new; Prescott and family for the last week, Fla., is spending the week in Zell Unless Budded from A Bear-

went to Orlando Monday to visit with wood.
members joined viz., Mrs. Belle Gart-
friends.Mr. 1 Mr. L. C. Osborn is having his store
man and Mrs. Stella Sphaler, makingan
even dozezn for the Taft Union. and Mrs. R. Safford spent Sun- painted, getting ready for our winter ing Tree of Known Qualityand
day in Kissimmee and Mrs. W. D. residents and visitors.
All were feeling fine at the close of
the meetnig, but the W. C. T. U. women -I Burkham returned wth them to staya Quantity of Produc-
the few days.A. Guests registering at the San Juan
did not quite understand why I
L. Wright and wife and Herbert hotel yesterday included Ivan S. Levy, .
children, who had marched in duringthe
Rich Tice, wife and family motored to Or. A. Kuker, New York; G. B. Reynolds, tlon." O. W. ConnerIn
meeting, led by Mrs. A. J. --- ..
lando and Winter Park Leslie Alonzo
ardson, wore such broad smiles, until on Sunday.Mr. C. H. Jones, Tampa;
Mrs. Richardson announced that the Bi| Crosby was called to Camp- T. B. Deen, A. A. Rothschild, M.

"silver medal" contest class had a little bell Station Monday night on accountof Smith, W. D. Pitchford, J. W. Hen-

surprise for their superintendentand the serious illness of Mrs. Crosby ning, Ed. Outlaw, R. E. Larramore,

a treat for all present. All were who is visiting her daughter there. G. M. Robinson, T. O. Rouse, L. 0. five years the Ocklnwaha: Nurseries through actual dem-

seated immediately when Romaine Lyman Bowman took him down in Tyler, Jacksonville; Wm. S. Richardson onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
his auto. Augusta H.1. Bourman, Akron,
and David Richardson, Chas. F. Tom ;
brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
Cora Prospects are favorable for large Ohio; S. J. Pittman, Ed. S. Hesht, II.
kins, Aldrich, Bessie May and
Lee Sphaler, and Ralph Dennis proceeded increase in our population the coming C. Berry, Baltimore; J. S. Helm, New does pay. The United States Government experiments made by

to serve ice cold lemonade and winter. Communications are being Orleans; M. A. McDowell, Gaines- Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -

delicious cake to the appreciative au received from the north from parties ville. published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

dience. The cakes were baked by Mrs. wishing to secure houses or rooms, the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propaga-
for the winter. The Nelson house has
Richardson, who is an artist in the ted from a parent of true merit.
culinary department, and added to had several applications already, BIG EATERS GET

her former high reputation for cake while others are coming to build or -> To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selection

making. Three of the children have buy homes of their own. Once in as a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not

won silver medals and the rest in. Taft, no other place can satisfy the KIDNEY I TROUBLE been in existence five years, are falling over each other to convince -
At
people. one time the Garden of
tend to try until they win not only Eden was said to be delightful, but you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.\
the slyer medals but the gold and
diamond medals. "King Alcohol" will Taft was not on the map at that Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,

1 indeed tremble when these children time. Take a glass of Salts before breakfast the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
if Back hurts Bladder
grow up, if he is not banished before your bothers or. rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
you.The
reach maturity.C. ZELLWOOD ITEMS
they You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
H. Nelson, J. S. Barklow, R. K
American men and women must great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
Harriman, N. McKain and Miss Clara Zellwood, Fla., Sept. 8.-Mr. A. E.
Heckert were in Orlando Monday. Hartcorn, president of the Zellwood guard because constantly we eat too against much and Kidney all our trouble food, bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single

Chauncey Avery and Mrs. Minnie Florida Farms Company, and Mr. is rich. Our blood is filled with urio bud cut from a tree that has not been tested. .

Riley motored to Orlando Saturday.Mr. Frederick Johnston, both of New acid which the kidneys strive to filter
out, weaken from CATALOGUE FREE write for it and be to where
they overwork, become sure say your
and Mrs. C. L. Hayes joined York city, are here inspecting the im
the excursionists for St. Augustineon provements that have recently been sluggish the result; the is eliminative kidney trouble tissues, clog bladder and grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address A

Monday.Mrs. made on the property of the above weakness and a general decline in health.

J. S. Barklow, who has been named persons.Mr. When your kidneys feel like lumps of t
.. lead; your back hurts or the urine is
the with friends in L. H. has returnedto
spending summer Manning full of
cloudy sediment or you are Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
Ohio, returned home Monday to Taft, Sheffield, Ala., where he has ac obliged to seek relief two or three times
the garden spot of Sunny Florida. cepted a position with the railroad. during the night; if you suffer with sick

, Our school opened last Monday under Mrs.. Manning and children will not headache or dizzy, nervous spells, acid CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, FJorida. ...
stomach, or you have rheumatism when
very gratifying auspices, with a leave until later on. the weather is bad, get from your phar- OR &
large attendance. By invitation of Mrs. C. L. Haynes, of Leesburg, macist about four ounces of Jad Salts;

the teacher, Mr. Ditter, the patrons Fla., is here on a visit,of a few days take a tablespoonful in a glass of G. G.
water before breakfast for few Wright Agent
and all interested in the school hada with her daughter, Miss Marian a days ,
and your kidneys will then act fine.
"get acquainted" meeting in the Haynes. This famous salts is made from the acid 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
afternoon, which was well attended. Miss Willie Pearl Hewgley, of Gal. of grapes and lemon juice, combined with A
Several speeches were made by the latin, Tenn., has just returned to Zell lithia, and has been used for generationsto
others the wood for the winter. Miss flush and stimulate clogged kidneys;
trustees and assuring Hewgleyis to neutralize the acids in the urine so it A.
teacher of our hearty co-operation to one of the faculty of the Zellwood no longer it .* source of irritation, thus I
make the school not only one of the school, and is attending the teachers' ending bladder disorders.Jad A
best, but the best district school in examination in Orlando this week. Salts is inexpensive; cannot injure &
makes a delightful effervescent
Orange county. Now let the other Mrs. Wililam Edwards, Mr. J lithia-water beverage, and belongs in A
districts hustle. Stewart Edwards, and little Miss every home, because nobody can make
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South Florida SentinelMORNING A SUMMER.The : SIDELIGHTS3y AMERICA.
memory of the "oldest inhab- i Recently the world has been astonished -

AND WEEKLY itant" has been subjected to a severe W. S. Branch. I I by the gathering together of I
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I- GLENN ........ Editor for the of i
w. C. ESSINCTON .....Bocinru Manager test in trying to find a parallel 'I representatives seven of the I
the cool and rainy weather which has most powerful republics of the west- GOODS
Entered at tM ptwtoffice at Orlando. Florida prevailed throughout the summer Mr. Copeland, senior member of the' ern hemisphere in a convention which
a* Second Class Mail Matter.
months of this year, and thus far no- Copeland-Inglis company, the firm sought to decide the fate of a sister ';
SUBSCRIPTION RATES has forward with proofs that is laying the pavement on Or- republic, the nation of Mexico.
Daily. 1 Year ....................... $5.00 body come lando streets has had 33
Daily. 6 Month. ...................... 2.60 that any other summer has been just years expe- This unification of Americans,work-
Daily. :3 Months ...................... 1.25 The News has rience in making brick and putting I ing for Americans is in the I i
.. ...... .... like it. Indianapolis a step
Daily. 1 Month ......, ... 60 them the for He FOR
conducted a research, and has been on ground paving right direction, and although the
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 says he has seen a great many kindsof
compelled to go back just one year mediate object for which the '
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN machines for loading unloading' im-I
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ADVANCETO short of a century to find a parallelcase. tion of nations was called may not
Weather observations were not hauling and handling brick, and has attained, the precedent of American'

ADVERTISERS so accurate in the early part of the tried many of them, but has never unity for American peace has been I
Copy for display and all ether hand-set found any combination of power that ktuTy elling
last they established and will remain I
advertising mart be handed in at the business century as now are, nor long after
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ss. were records so faithfully kept, hence beats a colored man and a mule. Go the immediate subject of the discus- Y :
the day before publication. This rule applies over on East Robnson avenue and
the sion has been
(. changes for contract advertising: it is the evidence concerning "year forgotten.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. without a summer" is largely in the watch his crew work and you will ob- America for Americans, is a slo

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued form of fragments of newspapers of serve that Mr. Copeland is a past gan which of recent years has grownin
should notify the office in writing on that period. These show that June, master in his work.Automobiles popularity' with all classes of native 1
the date of expiration otherwise it will be each of being
Day by day departments are
-- our many
continued at the regular subscription rates. July and August of the year 1816 American stock. Unfortunately, ,
until notice to stop is received. have become so com- the addition of attractive new
Telephone Numb-r ...................... >4 were unusually cold, with the excep- however, until the very immediate augumented by bright,
I tion of a very few days. mon that they are no longer exclusive past it has been impossible to unite stocks for early fall wear. Already the store is losing its ,

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 191:;. I II Unlike the summer of 1915, how- enough for the aristocratic and the sentiment of the different coun- aspect of spring and summer and putting on its graver
inhabitants of Lennox and I
I ever, the cold summer of 1816 was wealthy tries sufficiently to secure any definite -
other towns in the Berkshires. There- air of the fall of the :year. You like to see and admire
It's a short alley that has no ash very dry. An article in a Baltimore measure of concerted action ,
barrel. II of the fore, in order to be different, the rich new fabrics, new creations-Come down Saturday or
paper period explains that upon any subject of common interest.It .
-o I "this is evidently owing to the chilliness families are again taking up with seems at last that, through the disturbance Monday and feast your eyes on some of the dainty conceptions -

Charity is the lazy man's anchor to which has retarded nature's horses, and many handsome rigs are in Mexico, the nations of that fashion tells us will be to the fore for the

windward. I great process of evaporation and depressed now seen on the beautiful roads and the New World may come to realize coming season.
the boulevards in that favored commu- that their destinies ,
-o range of the clouds. are inseparablylinked
Even postage stamps get stuck on i Weather reports showed a drop in the nity. Those who breed and raise by bonds of common interests,

themselves. i mean temperature for July at Wilmington -I horses may yet be thankful to Henry by unforgetable memories of the his- TARTAN PLADS- ,
Ford for what he has done
o Del., from 73.3 in 1815 to to help toric past, and by the ever freshen-
It is an easy matter to find fault 62.2 in the following year. There was their business. ing hopes of a more united future, a Will be distinct favorites-the new arrivals embrace 1

where it isn't. snow in June in New England and the -oA -- future in which the bond of human almost every combination coloring to harmonize with
Jacksonville advertises that the fashionable dual costume of plain material
New man brotherhood
o northern part of York, and frostin may cause United Amer-
Use the telephone when you tell a July in some parts of the East. he has one thousand empty whiskey icans to contend for the supremacyof
his faults. Safety first. In bottles for sale. And this before the American ideals Special prices 35c 50c 65c $1.00
man Quebec snow began to fall June 6, and American institutions ,
o and continued at intervals for three Davis law becomes operative. Possi- in the development of the

Anyone with any kind .of a fad days, reaching a depth of a foot. The bly after the law has been in force New World, in other words a futurein SHEPHERD CHECKS- 1
makes himself more or less of a nui- same storm struck the state of Maine, for a few years it will be possible for which the nations and manhood of

sance. and for a week there were frosts the city authorities to buy enough this western continent will insist witha Black and white, and magpie effects are already distinct .

o every night. The corn was destroyed, empty bottles to build a glass bridgeover firmness which brooks no interference favorites and will be much more so as the sea-

Have you eaten any toadstools this birds wre found frozen in their nests, the river to South Jacksonville.Such on the preservation of "Americafor son advances. In addition to domestic goods we have

fall, thinking they were mushrooms? and ice half an inch thick covered a structure ought to be much Americans." received importations of genuine \Vest of England

Well, don't. ponds. cheaper than concrete and lumber, be- o Worsteds, Scotch Merinos and French Llama Wools,

o Some of the weather sharps may sides being a novelty possible' only inrlorida's Greatness by political appointmentand in Black and White Shepherds.

An excellent to avoid exposingyour be interested in that metropolis.
way knowing "spotson
greatness by personal achieve-
ignorance is to replace it with the sun" were observed in 1816, ment are nearly as closely related as Special prices 25c, 35c, 50c
That esthetic Boston firm that
horse sense. and that some attributed the weatherto refuses forty-leventh cousins by marriage.
to sell any more supplies to the 65c $1.00 $1.25
-0If -- the spots, while others advancedthe ,
a man knows more than his wifeIt theory that the earthquakes in city of Atlanta until the state of .
is to him to her in Georgia takes official action to punish ,
( up keep ignor- South America and Lisbon were responsible -
ance of the fact.Apparently ; explanations about as the lynchers of Frank may find The Cathedral School GARBADINE CLOTHSThe -

o plausible as the thory that cannonading their gun kicks backward. Whateverthe prince of fabrics for tailored suits and separate A
some men in or- in facts are in the case, there is a all the colors.
marry Europe has brought rain in skirts-in a fine range of new
der to to work for them large number of sympathizers on
get a woman America. Whatever may be the real Orlando's
Select
Boarding and
without both sides of the question. We fail Day Special prices $1.25. $1.50 $1.75
a salary. cause of our unseasonable weather, School for Girls ,
to where the Boston firm will
o we may all join with a Baltimore ed- see 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
When the other fellow is wrong itor who in 1816 hopd "that the sea- gain a customer by their action and Primary, Intermediate and Academic
you howl, and when you are wrong sons will return again such as they we can easily see where they may Grades 36-INCH COLORED POPLINSA -

. you shut up like a clam. were in former years."-Wheeling lose a great many. Also Musk, Art, Elocution, Physical new weave, a new weight, finely mercerized, in
o (W. Va.) Register. Culture and Domestic Science. handsome soft tones emphasizing the new sombre

Get ready for school and be on o Mitchell, South Dakota, recentlyhad For Catalogues address the Rector, effects.

hand when the opening day arrives, MiamiIetropolis: They are com- a celebration day and formal Rev.
Roderick P. Cobb A. M
Monday, September 27th. ing, lovely Florida, and coming bad driving of the first spike and raisingthe Orlando Fla. Special price 35c yard
first shovel of earth in he con-
o and strong-this is a poetic referenceto )
Turkey is levying a war tax on for- the riff-raff, the crooks and the struction of a street railway line.
eigners. The Czar should do that tramps and the freaks, who hear in The city was in gala attire and the A NEW SHIRTING MADRAS

along his western border. the first blasts of autumn a call to officials and prominent men made FIELD'SCHOCOLATE In Soisette Weave-beautifully soft and evenly

o hike South, where hand-outs are plen- speeches and drove the first nails. woven in a fine range of the new hair line effects, 32

The allies have extended a general tiful and good people "easy." Enforce We should' like to attend such a cele- inches wide.Specially.

invitation to the Balkans' to help that vagrancy law. bration in Orlando.
themselves to a piece of Turkey. o -0- priced at 25c yard
James Crossley Eno, proprietor of e
o Another man and woman thought
Never go between a dog and his single for years have been discoveredas "Eno's Fruit Salt," a preparationmade VANILLA FRENCH ALBATROSS-

bone, a man and his hobby, or a wo- married, and old hands at the in England, but largely sold in I TUTI FRUTI
man and a milliner's shop window. game. It seems that there are a few America, has just died and left an estate -' The genuine Roubaix make-made of fine staple
of million' dollars of Merino Wools in colors of Rose Ciel
o folks in the world who are too modestto over eight all GUAVA yarns pure ,
Carranza talks loudly about captur- let their marriage become known, of it made by putting five cents worthof ICE Cardinal, Black and Cream.Special "
CREAMS.
ing Villa and he not take salts in a fancy bottle and sellingit ..
can even but the overwhelming majority of price 59c ,
good advice when it is offered to him. brides insist on a good send-off in the for one dollar and keeping at it. t
-0-
-o local paper.
Another thing that tends to make o -s Mr. Waybright, of Jacksonville, KIMONA-FLANNELSIn -

meteorological socialists is the weather "Hark, hark, the dogs do bark, the wants in this to go to the the legislature. But AUTO LUNCHESA a splendid range of new colorings and new floral
particular
bureau's unequal distribution of beggars are coming to town," sings dark.-Tampa Tribune.If way may be SPECIALTYCLUB effects. Just the very thing for yourself and the
precipitation.Send the Thomasville, Ga., Times-Enter-
kiddies.
and should
Waybright Lambright
o prise; and as soon as they get
your news items to the Morning through working south Georgia they both get to the national capital, how Special prices .121-2c and 15c
the Florida section would shine.
Sentinel and thus insure their will come on down to "easy" Florida. SANDWICH 25e.
having the widest possible reading in -Miami Metropolis. -

Orange county. o The black face headlines which ALL WOOL SERGES- eo. eo eo eo eo. . .
o Although it is demonstrated that Lambright (or some other fellow)
Will be the premier fabrics for the coming season.
Some of our warlike editors are flies carry infant paralysis, pellagra, writes for the Tampa Tribune's quo-
In the "Oak Serge" (thoroughly shrunk
We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed stocking
willing to wear their typewriter rib- and other diseases too numerous to tations from the state newspapers,
and sponged) we know that we have the best imported -
bons to the last thread in case of a mention, there are some people to are as interesting a.s" the quotations. and Delivered for All range procurable-every color guaranteed fast.

war with Mexico. whom a well' screened house seems Occasions We have a full range, 48 to 56 inches in width.
0 lonesome in fly time. Advertise in the Morning Sentinel

The California millionaire who was Special prices $1.00 $1.25, $1.50
sent to the stone pile for speeding an J'---A

automobile is probably accustomed to
handling plenty of rocks. 36 INCH BLACK TAFFETA-
o Yarn dyed-plain finish-ask to see this when in the

Just because a married man givesup store. You will acknowledge that it is the best val

a dollar to hear a lecture down ue you have ever handled at the

town it doesn't signify that he cares
for a free lecture p at home. YOu .FQcil Special price of $1.10


Women bathers at Chicago beachesare N

stockings.now permitted The effect to is go said without to be All The People All The TimeThere OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENTCarries

startling, but not displeasing.No .
the best of everything-and prices right
o are some who recognize in Obelisk a GOOD flour. A man who recently
man ever catches as many fish Try Stone's "Golden Sunbeam" cake-

as he says he does, nor are they as moved here from across the river from Louisville, Ky., where Obelisk is made, would Beats those mother used to make."

wise large as he says they are.truthful.Other- have no other, and wishes it in barrel lotsi We are using it and it certainly makes a Just for wholesome goodness sake
men are comparatively

o white bread, and the equal of any in other qualities.
With plenty of automobiles, six or
eight servants, and golf and tennis Try a sack of it and think of Pillsbury while using it, and you will have no

equipments, many of our city people' trouble with it. WTE KNOW, having tried it. 4
find it quite pleasant roughing it in

the simple country'0 life. Dickson Ives' Co.


Some fellow up north has started The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.
talking about an army of 1,000,000

invading this country and capturing S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey
Delaware, Maryland and New .DEPARTMrNT STORt.

England and holding them for years. ... ..
Don't get frightened, but if you are

really scared come to Florida, and especially -
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There is no open season at anytime
for the killing of migratory and
CALENDAR ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. insectivorous birds, and the state and .!!-=

Friday, September 10. and Mrs. B. A. Rouse and fam- effort federal to authorities prevent their are bending destruction every in A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe

Business be meeting held at of home Epworth of Mrs.Leaguewill J. P. ily, who have been residing on Little violation of the law. In connectionwith can commend the Hamilton to anyone who wants R. :
Creek, in East Orange, left last even-
Musselwhite, on Lake Eola. their campaign the Florida a timekeeper of perfect and continuous accuracy.
ing over the Atlantic Coast Line for Audubon Society is sending to all ofthe '
C. G. WESTCOTT BEST Fort 11)'ershere they will reside. principal places in Florida copiesof

MARKSMAN YESTERDAY.An the law, with the request that all
enthusiastic crowd attended the Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Olin and Mr. officials throughout the state sift fimuiItbu IItttck

shoot which the Orlando Gun Club B. W. Olin, of Monticello, are among thoroughly all charges concerning violations -
held :yesterday afternoon at the the Floridians from North Florida
of the law. This last
game
"Tie Railroad Tianlteptr America"
Economy try Club, a large number taking coun-I spending. a few days in Orlando. step was made necessary by the abolishing I
in the shooting. The high While' here making their This is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried by S6,':
they
are of the state warden, .
game I of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced.We
made by C. G. Westcott, who brought home at the San Juan hotel. whose duty it was to look carefully can sell you the complete watch,or we can supply a Hamilton more- ''
down 44 out of 50 clay pigeons. Following -I after all infractions. In some cases meat fitted to your present watch case. All sixes for men and women. _",
is a'list of the contestants and Mrs. L. C. Horn returned to Orlando the state and federal laws conflict,
their scores: yesterday afternoon over the At- but where such the federal
cases occur, -
in upkeep and 25 Class-Miss Wiley, 12; Mrs. lantic Coast Line from a visit to her statute takes precedence over the Allen & Company
Evans, 20; Rossa, 7; Bliss, 11; Atha, former home in Battle Creek, Mich., state law.
gasoline con- 9; Self, 7; Mooney, 16; Bryan 2; and is visiting at the residence of her
Palmer, 13; Yancey, 12; Biedler, 6; brother, Mr. J. A. Eveleth, No. 8 Mr. W. M. Davis left yesterday for Jewelers

Jayhew, 10. Gould street. St. Louis, Mo., where he will look
sumption are 50 Class-Wefts, 22; Westcott, 44; after the marketing of two train loadsof

Evans, 41; Bass, 35; Otey, 31; Dolive, While going from her home, 210 cattle, one of which passed through
items to be con !26; Dennis, 26. Patrick street, to attend prayer meet- Orlando yesterday from Kissimmee,
60 Class-Martin, 40. ing at the Baptst church on Wednesday and the other will start Saturday TilE TIME TO PAINT

sidered in buy- 75 Class-Peel, 41; Holland, 5'J; I evening, Miss Mollie Lendrum from the same place. The cattle were s is right now. Dc\n't let things go

Dunn, 27.EPWORTH. I slipped and fell, sustaining injuries shipped by the Southport Cattle com-I until the house, barn, fence or floor
which will compel her to stay close ', of which Mr. Davis is i :
ing a car. 'I pan} a mem- begins to look shabby. A little of our
LEAGUE for a.few days. ber. From St. Louis he will go to ready to use paint will put your home
The in MEETING AND SOCIAL. I McLeansboro, Ill, to join his wife and ( E ) i in fine trim and save you the cost of a
upkeep This evening at 8 o'clock the monthly Sister Esther Carlotta, who has son, who are spending the summer \ + much bigger paint bill'later on.

business meeting and social of the been confined to her home on Rohde with relatives. They expect to returnto EJ1H _
the DODGE is Epworth League, Chapter 1993, will avenue for some time past, was out their home in this city about the EJ1
1 be held at the home of Mrs. J. 1' yesterday for the first time in several first of the month. q
lessened a great Musselwhite, at 109 N. East street, weeks. She presided at the U. D. C. Orlando Paint I & Wall Paper Ct

on the corner of Robinson avenue and I meeting held in the afternoon.-St. LAYING NEW SIDEWALKA 205 S. Orange AvenueCOLEMAN

deal by the very East Special street.business will be brought Augustine Record. brand new sidewalk is taking the & RHAN Phone 261.
place: of the old one which for some
before the members of the League at Mrs. Wm. Bellamy, of Omaha, Neb.,
days has been in a kind of dilapidated
reasonableprice this meeting by the Council, and every and Mrs. G. II. Ely, of Chicago, Ill, condition on the Overstreet propertyon 1- I 1111 1111 II III II 111111 111-; Id Ml lll > Urt II MMiM.
member is expected to be present. arrived in Orlando yesterday after-
East Churich street. I
for parts as The meeting will be opened by a noon and will spend some time in this '
you program of vocal and instrumental section looking it over. While here The New Ice Company j
selections after which a strict busi- they are pleasantly located at the 11
will note by a FavoriteTODAY'S
ness meeting will be held. San Juan hotel. I PHONE 675
At the conclusion of the business
study of the following -meeting, an enjoyable social program Mr. Randolph Robinson, who holdsa PROGRAM !
which has been arranged will occupy responsible position with Chase & Broncho. "The Operation at Big
prices: the remainder of the evening. Company, Jacksonville, is in Orlando Sandy." A Western two reel drama Delivery Daily
y to spend his well earned vacation with plenty of excitement. I
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Beauty. "Naughty Henrietta. A
SOCIETY NOTESOF with his father, Mr. B. M. Robinson, comedy. I
We think
INTEREST.Mrs. Orange county's efficient clerk of the Pathe. "New Exploits of Elaine." Wait for our wagon.
Piston circuit "The Ear in the Wall." The 21st epi-
court.
$1.60
will like ice.
N. A. Farris and grandchildren sode, in two parts. The super gripof. vou our
and Miss Beth Canfield have ar- .this episode is how Kennedy tricks
Piston Rings .25 rived in Orlando from St. Augustineto Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin, former the wily Oriental at his own game.
popular and prominent residents of Five big reels in all.
; make their home here, and
are
pleasantly located at 124 East Amelia Orlando, but now residing in Ocala, Admission, adults 10c., children 5c. The New Ice
Company
ConnectingRod avenue. Mrs. Farris is the mother 6f where Mr. Sandlin is the local man- -- -- j ;

Mr. Guy Farris, who came to Orlando ager of the Florida Citrus Exchange,
Bearing .75 are in the city greeting friends. Theyare
some weeks since from the Ancient ** MIMMMMtiilllllililillllllllllll'
City to accept a position with the accompanied by Miss Ruby Gis- ROOf GARDtNTODAY r
Fan Belt .25 Peoples National Bank. sendaner, of the same city. i 1-" '

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The Rev. Masters Howard and Walter Phil- I
Drive Pinion 2.50 Joseph C. Awtry, travel-
lips, manly sons of Dr. and Mrs. P.
ing evangelist and missionary, will
speak at the Christian Missionary Phillips, have'returned,to their homeon A

Alliance hall Friday, September 19, Lake Lucerne from a delightfulvisit FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL j
at 7:30. He has been spending the to White Springs. They went 4.
And the last ten years in mission work, and over with Mr. W. M. Keene, who is 1
he is a profound Bible student. The so well' pleased with the resort and
public is its surroundings that he will remain ----,
cordially invited to attend.It
Car Itself will be free to all. for a while longer. "THE QUALITY OF FOR- I AA

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Mr. A. G. Branham leaves today for Mr. M. B. Craig arrived in Orlando

seems like a Highlands, N. C, to join his wife and yesterday afternoon ,from Jacksonville feature in three parts. CURTIS & O'NEAL
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and is
daughter, Miss Mary, and after a spending today a guestat .
the San Juan hotel.' Mr. 1s
short time he will return home with Craig
thing of lifeabounding them. Mrs. Branham and Miss Mary universally conceded to be one of the
have been in the mountains of that most popular as well' as the hand- "P ATHE NEWS" Insurance Loans Real Estate

in state for several weeks and they have somest angels of commerce on the
had a most delightful and beneficial road and has the happy faculty of The world before your eyes. Rentals i-

vitality' trigger- time. dispensing sunshine in all his travelsas Latest Designs of Best Parisian
well as looking after the interests

Mrs. M. O. Dovell and son, Junius, ..of.Sharpe & Dohm, wholesale drug- modestes.
swift in the glid- who have been summering at Franklin gists, Baltimore.

N. C.,-are expected soon and prep-
ing get-away, arations will begin for the opening of TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR

her Montessori school for little folks The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
and splendidlyfree near. Lake Lucerne. SALE-Wood cooking range, 1 ..
Badger's fire extinguisher, Planet The One-Price Theater ESTABLISHED 1836 .'
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Junior cultivator, also ornamental
from the Miss Mary' Telford left yesterday plants and St. Augustine grabs. Apply -
afternoon for Sanford where she will at 300 East Concord avenue. ,
visit friends for a few days and then 9-10-lt

slightest jerk, or probably go to Waynesville, N. C., FOR RENT-By the season, month, 10 cents Scents illilllMMIIIM 1,

to spend some time with relatives. or year, one upstairs flat for light i
jump or jolt. housekeeping; also other rooms, and '
Want anything? Ask for it through garage, electric lights in garage. Apply -
300 East Concord avenue.
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E CASTLE NEWS I and Wm. Wigman, treasurer; membership -j their horse and buggy had disap- 'will give a fish fry and ice cream

is 22; associate members 2, j peared. The horse had gotten tired cial Saturday evening, September so-I
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Pine Castle Fla., Sept. 8.-The and honorary members 6. Two new 'I of the noise, and, used to getting his at the grounds of the Baptist y

board of trade of Pine Castle met members came in Thursday evening beauty sleep, decided to go on home, The Christian Workers 'of Union FOR SALEWill
Thursday evening, September 2. and there were five visitors. Elected and if it had not been for Mr. Wig- Chapel will give a social Saturday .

There was a very good attendanceand delegates from Pine Castle board of man's gasoline horse Mr. and Mrs. evening, September 18, at the parish

it was a very enthusiastic meet. trade to Orange County Board of Matchett would have had to walk house.

ing. The topic of the incorporationof Trade, which met in Orlando Wednes- home. When they got home they Our people that are away from
Pine Castle was largely discussedand day, September 8, were J. W. Matchett I i found the horse and buggy safe and home are nearly all scheduled to return offer for sale for a few .3
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this resolution was passed: and J. B. Smith. The committee : sound. this week and some of our win-
appointed for outlining district to be The school teachers are domiciled ter residents are due to arrive this the property corner Orange Avenue,
"Resolved, That it is ithe sense of I
included in the incorporation, which I week. So population will
shortly
temporarily with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. our
this board of trade that the town of Jackson and Boone Streets
consisted of J. B. Smith, C. H. Hoff- Sweet. assume its best proportions and Pine i I known as
Pine Castle should be incorporated.
ner, J. W. Matchett, W. M. Hansel, Do not forget the news item box in Castle will.soon take on new life. I
This received unanimous support. and E. D. M. Perkins, held their private the postoffice. The fatigueing heat Mr. James E 'Young, section the skating rink property, for $26,000.
The day for the voting of the citizensof
I
meeting Saturday evening. of summer will soon give way to the man of A. C. L. railway at this fore-I down and
$2,000 balance
this place on this matter has not $1,000 a
here cool of autumn and will year
School opened Monday, Sep- everything is leaving on his vacation
yet been set. The board of trade of
Pine Castle now stands: Officers, J. tember 6. Labor day was not ob- I begin to pick up in a business way will spend at Richmond, Va., and and interest at six per cent.
\ served here. The enrollment num- and socially and put your items of Fayetteville, N. C. Mr. R. A. Nettles
W. Matchett president; G. C. :li1Jericepresident ,
bered 55. This is somewhat less than interest in this box for the reporter, of Seabring, West Florida, sub-
,- ; J. B. Smith, secretary,
our usual number of school children, who is getting old and can not get stitutes during this time. ,
but perhaps the extreme heat has around all over town to gather thingsup
Our community was again visited
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB caused some to put off coming to from door to door. Let the secre- by death recently. This is the fourth C.A.HOVEY
school until later. Prof. L. Tucker is taries of the several organizationsput death in two months here.

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll principal and already has the school in the notices of their meetings, Ernest Tyner, third child of Mrs.l
well in hand. Miss Alma Miner has
work guaranteed and neat- etc.The Janie Tyner and the late T. T. Tyner, I
the intermediate grades and l\liss.. W. C. T. U. of this place held
ly done. Our work is the best passed from this life Thursday, Sep-
Bessie Lawson the primary. From their annual election Sunday. Mrs.
I'I'I tember 2, at 11 m.
and our prices are the lowest. I' p. .
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appearances at the start we have an Mary F. Huxtable, of Conway, district -- --
born
Ernest June
Tyner was 12,
This is the place to have
your :efficient of teachers this organizer of the W. C. T. U.
,
corps year
1903, at Boggy Creek, and the
was
old clothes made new.
land! a successful term' is hoped for I superintended the election and third child and third son of his par- The l 4Jet:
each teacher addressed the The officers
I and the school as a : meeting.
Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c. ents. He was just 12 years of age
!whole. I I for the coming year are: Mrs. C. H. OF CLEANLINESS OF
j QUALITY
Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit I at the time of his death. He had been

pressed _____________40c. I Prof. McKinnon was present at the !j| Hoffner. president; Mrs. J. F. Harris, away on a two weeks visit at the OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand opening exercises and his address, together i"vicepresidentIrs.. J. G. Tyner, sec home of Mr. Geo. Collier, at Frost-
i retary, and Mrs. J. P. A. Herman, FRESH AND SALT MEATS
pressed ____________50c I with the speeches of Mr. J. F. proof, returning home Tuesday morn- under
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Harris and Dr. N. L. Bryan, were enjoyed I treasurer. ing, August 31. He was taken sickon Kept the best sanitary conditions.
I by the school and a number of The W. C. T. Unions of Conway, the train. Dr. D. C. Roney was Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

We do ladies' work also. Giveus patrons present. I Taft and Pine Castle will hold a picnic called by his mother and he pronounced and pure.

a trial and be convinced. I' Miss Ruby Wilkins. of Orlando Thursday, September 16th, inAden's the illness appendicitis. At We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Clothes called for a.nd delivered. came down Tuesday and spent several ,. grove. To this picnic the public one time he showed marked improve. everything in the Meat Line.
friends. Miss is cordially invited; so come and ment but
days visiting among suddenly turning for the
Phone 613. II Wilkins is such a prime favorite here i!bring your baskets. The ladies will worse he was operated upon by Dr H. M. Self tom Co.
have
ice and other
refreshments
that she never does stay half long cream Edwards of Orlando and survived the
I enough.Mr. for sale on the grounds.Rev. operation just two hours. The funeral PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

MisdirectedEconomy and Mrs. E. D. M. Perkins and I Dr. E. T. Poulson, of Orlando, services were held at the home of

family arrived home Wednesday preached in the Baptist church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tyner, uncle and

morning from a sojourn in Tennessee.Mr. i I afternoon. There was a very aunt of the little boy, Friday after- and
C. H. Hoffner, who has been 1 large attendance despite the heat. noon, where just a week before had Engraved Stationery

visiting in several different states for Rev. Poulson gives us such good, been held the funeral of their little

the past few weeks, came home last I helpful sermons that we are all bet- : niece, Claricec Robarts, of Tampa. Invitations

Trying to save a few cents by Wednesday evening very well pleased ter for hearing his words. This op- Rev. E. Milton, of Kissimmee, con.

having your work handled by in- with his trip to the Northland.Mrs. portunity of listening to one of the ducted these services and burial was Don't ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
ferior hands. Frank Locke and Mrs. Willis greatest ministers of our state, twicea made in the cemetery at Boggy Creek
because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 cent
Your personal influence is Nettles, of Boggy Creek, spent Satur- month, should not be slighted but Mrs. Janie Tyner desires to thank per
greatly enhanced when you are day with their sister, Mrs. Janie should be taken advantage of by all friends who assisted her in so and deliver the goods in Orlando.

clad in immaculate linen. Tyner. I every citizen of Pine Castle and sur- many ways in her dark hour of be- QUALITY TilE VERY HIGHEST.

Miss Bertha Slough returned Sat- rounding country. Dr. Poulson will reavement. She appreciates deeplythe PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

urday morning from a short visit at : preach again on the third Sunday of many kindnesses shown her.

OrlandoSteam Sorrento, her former home. : the month.A W. S. BRANCH

Miss Pearl :McCraney, of Hastings, I short business meeting of. the A REAL NECESSITYNo ,
Laundry is visiting at the home of her brother membership of the Baptist churchwas individual with anything to sell THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

Mr. L. McCraney. held immediately after the ser- or trade can successfully find a buyeror
FRENCH DRY CLEANERS Miss Hobson, of Taft, is the house vices Sunday. Dr. E. T. Poulson pre- trader without the aid of the Sentinel -

LAUNDERERS guest of Mrs. Eliza Sphaler. sided. want ads. Remember that its SKATING RINKLADIES'

PHONE 88 "Mrs. S. S. Redditt and children, of I The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society circulation represents five-sixths of

Conway, spent Sunday at the home of

her brother, Mr. J. G. Tyner.Mr. I

FOR SALE! and Mrs. Huxtable, of Conway, I SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-

were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY +

SCREENS WHAT AM J. F. Harris Sunday.Mr. ] r IR N ':NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
SCREENS and Mrs. J. C. Fulford spent
INSTRUCTORS.Open .
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. Sunday with their parents, Mr. and :

John W. Pounds, Agent Mrs. Wm. Hansel. 1 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Mrs. J. J. Reeves, who has been

Box 703 quite ill, is now improving.Mrs. Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

Nancy Harris left Saturdayfor .,..1
a visit in Kissimmee. 1

Dr.GlParriMDl Mrs. Addie Keen, of Orlando, spent ADMISSION :1O CENTS
.. Sunday with her mother, Mrs. C. V. .
,;
of the firm of Drs. Parrish & Tanner, and is just recovering froma V .

sick spell. Message ..
Parish, Tampa, Florida, is located
Mr. A. Q. Lancaster, of Winder- To the BusIness \tTm ,*HMi f No. s

indefinitely at Lumsden'sStable mere, spent Sunday with S. Frank Men of Orlando ORLANDO ROOFING .
,
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on West Church Street. Phillips.Mr. .

The Doctor is a graduate vet- C. H. Hoffner was quite surprised The prosperity of a city is in direct proportion to the local pride. ANL ..

erinarian. A trial will convinceyou Monday evening, September 6, Where local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Sucha SHEET
when his neighbors and friends, closeon town is a good place to live and do business in. METAL CO.
his the
of superiority over to fifty in number, bombarded his Paint helps to a remarkable degree in spreading an impression of

uneducated horse doctor. Examinations home, the occasion being the anniver- prosperity throughout a community. It gives a fresh, new, inviting

made free of chargeat sary of his birth. After spending the look wherever it is used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos -
the stable. day with his feel its good effects. Growing business is bound to be one of the ,
family, at Wekiwa
direct results of a liberal use of paint, not from any magic in the and Rubber RoofingsCornices
and
Calls answered by day or Springs returning early in the
paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated.
evening tired out, Mr. Hoffner, in his
night.
kerchief, had just settled down for a Skylights..Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
PHONE
NO.25Bargaill. long summer's nap when there arose Dutch Boy Atlantic White Leadmixed .

such a clatter it took him nearly an Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO.-
hour to find out what was the matter. T I
When he finally appeared in the lime.
with Dutch Boy linseed oil is the paint of quality and always has been.
light, the toilette he had made (in Lasting and economical. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with :your
the dark) was certainly stunning.The dealer today. .
"shower" of presents then fell w NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY

upon him; they ranged from a jump-

I ing jack to a box of fine cigars. As -- --- The Orlando Meat MarketT.
it was learned only that morning that

it was Mr. Hoffner's anniversary, it Rollins College Winter. ParkOldest A. YANCY Jr., Manager
,
New house, 8 rooms and bath. took some hustling to make the arrangements -
for the celebration. The College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Location perfect, 4 blocks from perpetrators were Mrs. Wm. Wigman, Music, Expression, Fine Arts Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business -
Florida and Western
center of city, east side. Mrs. S. Frank Phillips, and Mrs. E. Teachers' Course. Meats. .

D. M. Perkins. Cakes were baked in Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine
gym- Oysters Fish Poultry Game
Vegetables
Etc.
For quick sale $3000. Cash or ten minutes and the affair was a success nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of ..
from the first melodious chargeto music, $5,000 organ a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
terms. rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
the last (glass of fruit) punch.Mr. .
and physical laboratories, equipped with very modern device; analysis of
and Mrs. John W.Iatchett, soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, PHONES { Buelneua ((35 /. O. BOX u6
after enjoying they party at Hoffner's, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde- Residence 133 Cor. Oranc Ave. and Church St.
CARL DANN when nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
they got out\ to the gate, found
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I I The Morning Sentinel >VantDirectory No. 4 West Pine Sreet
: is the Greatest Want
ORLAN ,Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
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Cement, Agtile Plaster and Lime -RATESFor

One Day ____-__________25t ;FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLA'V !DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
For Three Days ____________50 I For Six Days _______________75c I i iI
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6 6c 25 words or less. If the ad contains Phone 172 I Phone 72
I more than 25 words the rate
I will be one cent per word for I Room 5, Watkins Block :;Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
each additional word, for each in- Davis & McXeill Block
sertion.If .
ypu can't bring your ad to I
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts Victor Starbuck
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payable the following day. I
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Every Home-Every Business R. RAY WHITEATTORNEYAT
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i No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
Room 44
FOIl SAI.E
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I I Y !FOR RENT-Five room cottage, F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
completely furnished, onefourthmile
s I from city limits on east Winter I I and CONTRACTOR
Park road. $15 per month. Garageon .I
place. P. O. Box 221)4tjtc
: Phone 37

FOR SALE-Horse, wapon, surrey,i
two sets harness; or trade for car
i or real estate. R. P. Gilpin, Winter : DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST
Home, Fla. 9-7-Ct
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FOR SALE Nice figs for sale at 203
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East Robinson avenue. Phone G j8.I & SALLAS
9-S-Ct Phone 716

20S Boone Street
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
I one quarter mile from city 'limits; Bldg, Phone 597.
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
.poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. .
6-9-tf
I I L. Percival Hutton

Take A Tip From Mary Sunshine I FOR come SALE-Two fresh; good Jersey ones. cows Call,at just 10 SURVEYINGPlating
West Concord avenue, Orlando. 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
9-3-St* and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT

Mary's home is. oh, so modern and Gas appliances' have made it so. All day long Gas saves Mary lots of I FOR SALE-Elegant parlor organ,
time and many, many steps. Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater $10; large ice box, suitable for gro- 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, I cer, $10, worth $2;). Tracy's Carpenter WORK
in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waiting to burn up at the touch of a match. Shop, 18 East Church street. Florida.
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas 9-9-Gt
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.W .
water for bathing, but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. FOR SALE-One 1 horse waJOri"
Why not take a tip from Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. practically new, with rack and fishing I Engineer
boat; a first class fishing outfit,I
for less than cost of wagon. Inquire I
Elmer Beidler, at Evans' jewelry I 47 Watkins Bldg, Orlando, Fla.


ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. store.LOST-Tuesday morning, between 9-9-Gt I Phone 72

city limits and Maitland, ladies'
Panama hat, with black velvet band.I
GAS DEPARTMENT Leave at this office. 9-9-2t Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELL

OPTOMETRIST
.. FOR RENT and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO FLORIDA

I 7E FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
F.OR RENT-Flat of four rooms and
sleeping porch upstairs, four rooms I Davis & :McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
and screened back porch down stairs.! ORLANDO, FLA. OP'nCAJ.REPAOTNQCut
All modern conveniences. 14 High
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SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ 9-9-Gt Repair LAWN EXPERIENCED repaired Shop.MOWERS at Orlando STENOGRAPHERdesires sharpened Bicycle 9-8-lmoc and and I i I''ARCADEMILK ,Flowers and Plants


position; best of references.

OCOEE FLORIDA Address E.,_care Sentinel. 9-8-3tc I Floral Designs

LOST-One bull bitch, medium size,'
brindle with white around neck and
nose bob-tail. Reward. Return to :
this office. 9-8-6t DEPOT .Violet Dell Florist.

c4s All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- TEN ACRES half mile from Orlandoon .

fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest and clear brick; will road,exchange worth $2,000 for ,house free J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
and lot in Orlando of same value. ..
.. .. .. .. Tracy & Moore, carpenters, 18 East BUTTER MILK- 509. 408 South Lake St.
prices .. .. .. .. Church street. 9-8-6t-
Fresh Every Day.
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\I SLAUGHTER SALE 5c. per glass

25c. gallon
is the best time Buy your wall paper cheap for the per
The rainy season to set next few days. :Making room for our
new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer CREAM AND MILK CUNT BASSPHONE
trees on high land. Trees set now will keepone Store, Court street. Phone 67. BUTTER

year's growth in advance of trees set 9-5-tfc. 315WestJdferson
Fresh Homemade Street
fall. RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
next
hour, 12 miles ,for 30c. 8-28-tfc SANDWICHESPIES Succ..or to
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List and buy, sell rent, and exchange real -
Send for lowest
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of All Kinds
over 30 years. Have handled over MilK DEPOT ,
prices, to the above address 120,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.ee LEWTER.The me. ARCADE PROMPT SERVICE --'

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL '
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Mr. W. D. Blitch, of Gainesville, is
spending several days in this sectionon
business.

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Mrs. Thos. Atkins arrived in Orlando -
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. yesterday from Sanford to visjt
Travel in Panama her friend, Mrs. S. L. Johnson. FOR EVERY .

and everywhere on American'territoay, ia simplified by "A.B.A."
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
18-21-tf
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These chequesare $10 A
telf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for Mrs. W. E. Stevenson left yester- WEEKYOU
business or pleasure. day afternoon for Lakeland to visit

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Amidon, former
residents of Orange county.
SPEND

Mr. John Schnarr is spending to-
day in Winter Haven telling the horticulturists -
an Polk county of the .
r merits of his celebrated insecticide.How .


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

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1 Mr. J. M. Guynn, one of Ocoee's

prosperous horticulturists, was in Or-
lando yesterday en route to Ocala $10 A YEAR
where he will spend some time.


Miss Catherine Ferm, who has been .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bryan, at
Conway, left yesterday afternoon for .
her home in Jacksonville.Ride '


18-18-tf Hamrick's. jitney bus, 5c. IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS[


Master Leonard Eddings, who has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. John-

son, near Clear Lake, left yesterday
afternoon for his home in Tampa.


Miss Octavia Sykes left yesterday
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast The Peoples National Bank
a Line for Cordele, Ga., where she attends -
school.


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

Spring WaterIS 974tcDr.

B. C. Abernethy left yesterday .
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line tlllllilllllliililliiUMMIilillillMMIHIIIillMtlMIMMMMtMMIII IIIIIH
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, for White Springs where he will

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD spend the next two weeks. IS.S.S I..IS I S S. MMIIIiliMMIitMlNew $-O I I II IOt IIS I I I I S 1111111 1

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Mr. G. Max Smith will leave today
Phone WRIGHT 444
for Daytona Beach where he will join
I his family in an outing on the sea-
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TRY Better TRY shore.

IT BEST IT Studebaker CarsHere 1
How much did you save last month
in cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

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-- ---- ------------- --- Tourists
T---- -- are beginning to arrive in
Orlando on every train and are on the
search for houses and rooms. A good This Week

season is looked for in this section.


Get your next shave at the Stand-
ard. 1 18-21-tf Wait and see what values you can get

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Y&r Rev. A. J. Holt, pastor of the First for $1050 and $885
Baptist church of Kissimmee, who has
been spending a while in Orlando, left
yesterday afternoon for his home. t


Deposit your Savings Checks and
Notice To Ford Purchasers let them earn 4 per cent. interest for *
you. 8-12-tf

Between Aug. 1, 1914 Mr. J. Hugh White,! one of Jack- I San Juan Garage Company jj

and Aug. 1, 1915 sonville's popular citizens, is among
the Floridians sojourning in Orlando

All Ford purchasers who hold Profit- today, a guest at the San Juan. Orlando-DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS

Sharing Coupons will please endorse same'
Deposit your Savings Checks and
and return immediately to The Ford let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., who will send you. 8-12-ti

.check for $50.00 as rebate on cars purchased Miss Alice Harden, who has been

during above dates. spending several weeks in the Land of .. . . 4 JIUIIII It flllllllMttttllT"tillllllM 111
the Sky, in and around Asheville, N.
For further information
phone C., returned home. yesterday after- IIMMMMIItttllt


32 East Church F. G.Street RUSH Phone 226ftMIHiliMIIUIiMIIIMIilMlilttlillMIMiitMIIIJ noon.lS-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. I.I- - - Who Will Be Your Executor? I 1 1.1



Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Springer, of
Roanoke, Va., who have been spend I ANSWER NO. 2 .,....__. -_..r --w ,:.
ing several days looking over this Your estate may be materially impaired as a ''-.''
section with the view of locating, direct resuh of the appointment of an executoror
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I have gone to Fort Myers where they trustee.

will spend a week or so. .. When an individual is appointed ;1Prr

is generally -weaker.It .
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress A little cash will buy a lot of goods The financial responsibility
correctly. McLaughlin & Furen's sale, corner is usually provided in wills that the person
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer Pine street and Orange avenue. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused W?
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into 9-9-3t
from giving bonds.
society. .ir 'I
Character, is easily judged by the things one buys-You will Mrs. Isaac Vanderpool, of Maitland, When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense Ti1 T- -
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. and Mr. E. Scott Way, of Winter of the estate, and then only partial secu-
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe :
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of Park, were among the very welcome rity against loss is provided,
gentility. callers at the Sentinel yesterday. When a Trust Company is selected- j ii 1

Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each They are active workers and valued The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility d s tJ
article is made to conform to \he personality of the wearer. No members of the Florida Audubon So- .
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings is secured.A
ciety and are in
engaged distributing
exactly alike.If literature relative bond which has behind it the entire financial
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. birds. to the destructionof strength of the Institution is always filed with
If you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you Probate Court ,* nn const to the estate.
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans -- the
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come DoctorsBilekillaster Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue "
in and be sociable. T
of this newspaper.
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks.
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain 'and & BrundageOSTEOPATHS :; I
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell Come in any time and freely ask for further
Work, anything artistic.
Personal instruction under Dr. Still information on this vitally important subject. v
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 Ave.. above People glad to advise.
prices. National Bank. Phone 578.

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


T. H. EVANS.JEWELER Lillian BledsoeGRADUATE

MASSEUSE Orlando, Florida

Headquarters Standard Barber Shop I
Facial MassageManicuring.. Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00

Scientific Shampooing.Scalp Treatment

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