The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00133
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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I New Orleans.-Good cables and an
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But Forced to Evacuate-Allied :MET IN NEW YORK YESTER- accumulation caused overnight rise of of buying in the orders I j.' ACTION WILL BE TAKEN
Forces Are Holding Their EVERY INCH C H OF DIXIE HY a 9 points PUBliCITY COMMITTEE OF

DAY AND LAID PLANS price of cotton during the first half I' AGAINST THESE GERMAN -

Own With Spirit Great IS PLEDGED THROUGH N FOR LOAN hour heavy of and business outside today.interests' Trading were was act- I THE BOARD OF TRADE AGENTS

ive. Realizing sales furnished most

artillery London duel, Sept.raging 10.-With along every a terrific mile ORANGE E COUNTYCOUNCIL NO DEFINITE PROGRAMME AS YETRepresentatives of within the moderate offerings bounds.and held the rise MET YESTERDAYPLANS OTHERS MAY -ALSO BE OUSTED4\\4.

battle from the -()-
of the western
of Allies Will Bridgeport Conn.-Employes of Editor Prepared "Copy" for ::
sea to the Vosges the Germans dur- ORDERS PAVINGTO DISCUSSED FOR THE

ing the past 24 hours have launchedon CONNECT APOPKA Meet With Success-To the American Graphophone company, Dumba's Seditious Plan; t'
1,600 or more, struck today for an
Argonne and the Vosges a seriesof
Reconvene on Mondayto Von Papen Faces Se- t
attacks which, for ferocity and eight hour day, 20 per cent. increasein

wide variety of engines of warfare Finish Terms wages, adjustment of a wage cut rious Charges ,

employed, surpass any previous efforton ; Paving to Connect Conway Road on piece work a year ago and cor- Committee of Three Appointedby '" '

either of the major fronts. Also Ordered-Tax Book New York Sept. 10.-The Englishand rection of a condition due to the em- Chairman-Several Advertising Washington Sept. .-The cone r i

French finance and credit commission ployment at less wages of about 400 sus of opinion in official circles here /'
But those
everywhere attempts to Was AcceptedBillsNot Schemes
batter the French defenses have Paid which arrived here today to I women in place of men. tonight is that the request by this

raise a loan of between five hundred -0- Suggested government for the recall of Dr. I
proved futile, except in the Vosges
million and billion dollars, this Dumba the Austrian ambassador,
one San Diego Cal-Funeral service
where attacking the French trenches Official action has assured the pav- afternoon met fifty of Ameri a's leading will be held tomorrow for Albert I At a meeting of the publicity com- will be followed by action against the /
from Lingenkopf to Barrenkopf by ing of the last link of the Western I mittee of the Board of Trade held
financiers at the home of J. P. following :
Goodwill Spalding: one of the pio- persons
using asphyxiating shells, a temporary Florida route of the Dixie highway in yesterday morning at the San Juan
Morgan on East Thirty-sixth street. neers of baseball from the family Captain Franz von Papen of the
foothold was gained by the Ger- I Orange county. The meeting was purely informaland borne at Point Loma where he died hotel, the question of properly adver- German army military attache of the
mans, and at Schramell where the i The council 'at its regular
city Orlando and its ad-
was not in the nature of a confer- last night. The ceremony is to be tising placing German embassy and the Austrian
French were forced to evacuate an decided to
meeting yesterday and attractions
pave intelligently
and will be followed vantages consul general for New York Von
private by cre- i
advanced trench before a. gigantic j I that section of Marks street and ,ence.After it adjourned it was stated mation. before some doubting Thomases in 1 Nuber.

flame of burning liquid. Lakeview avenue which intervenes other parts of the country was dis I
that the bankers are to arrange a -oAmsterdam.The- i The editor of the Hungarian newspaper -
Trenches held by the French on the between the county paving on the cussed. It
was unanimously agreed
and by which Szabadsag New York
i plan suggest a way Maasbode says it I a publication -
Hartmannsweilerkopf were by latter avenue and the city paving on that an active advertising campaign
credit be established. who
can has been informed by its Roozendaal prepared
storm by the Germans but were regained Marks street. This section of
new .
Banks trust insurance should at once be inaugurated.Mr. I for Dr. Dumba the plan of
j ampanies correspondent that a Zeppelin coming on inciting
by a counter attack by night.U. paving will be 16 feet wide. '. V. W. Estes secretary of the I
companies, an' others who have from Belgium and flying at a great strikes in certain American factories.
The council also decided to putdown I to invent"A. then to be noti- Board of Trade, had thoughtfully James F. J. Archibald the
money height, was shot at by Dutch frontier was
S. Preparing Reply 16 feet of brick on South Uti!i i fied of the plan ant) vited to .-rtici- guards last night whereupon it immediately paved the way for the committee by bearer of the incriminating corre-
Washington 10.-The state
Sept. street from Gore to i
Laney avenue
carefully compiling statistics and
I in the loan. spondence in the of Ambassador
pate turned in a southerly direction case
. department has begun preparation of !the road.
county data, which he submitted for their
No definite program has been ar- Dumba. It appears to have developedinto
the reply to Germany, emphatically I By this action on the part of the ranged. -0-f perusal and which were not containedin the most sensational incident of
rejecting the suggestion that the submarine council these two short stretches of
The for -.--,.w 11 consult with London.Twenfy persons' were the booklet recently issued by the its kind in American diplomatic his-
commander was entirely with- bad roads will be completed giving "
in his rights in the liner a big banking "nise of this countryd killed and 86 others injured in last city.After tory, and it is the opinion that the
clear stretch of solid brick from one discussion '
ring the next few weeks. night's Zeppelin raid. These figureswere some a committeeof United States will be forced to ask
Arabic, and by the contention that end of the county to the other
three, consisting of Messrs. W. S.
The fire steps towa.d coming to given out here officially today. Germany to recall Capt. Von Papenfor
Germany is not under obligation to the heart of Orlando. Incidentally
through Branch J. II. Reese and Josiah Ferris
actual terms ....h the American' will The German airships flew over the two reasons: first, that he has
in the It is
grant indemnity
it will make this section of
were appointed by the chairman
I begin next Monday. / eastern counties of England and the shown by intercepted letters from
intimated today there is intention
no the Dixie the most '
highway perfectof Mr. Jas. L. Giles to go over the mat-
I One prominent financier said thr London district. Ambassador Dumba to the Austrian
of consulting further Ambas- the entire system in any county.At ter carefully and make their reportat
the foreigners' figures are not too -0- foreign office to have been equally interested -
sador von BernstorfT on the subject. the meeting the council-
The note, when approved by Presi- high and they will undoubtedly be Ch rago.-Miss Alexa Sterling, At an early date. in the plan to cause disturb
men permission to F. Joseph
gave successful in their mission here. Several advertising propositions I in American munitions
lanta's brilliant ances
dent Wilson, will be cabled to Ambas- Raehn to reduce the size of the well young player, from '
parties elsewhere were submitted I
won her !into the semi-finals of ; and second, in a letter'which he
sador Gerard to hand to the German way
which he is putting down for the city
I BASEBALL RESULTS the woman's national championship no definite action on any of wrote to his wife, he referred slur
government. ion East South street from twelve to them was favorably considered.
ringly to this .
I tournament today by beating Miss government.It
The it understood
president is ten inches. This was done on accountof
takes the position that the Arabic the fact that after going down National League Marjorie Edwards, Chicago, 5 and 4. is understood that Von Papen ina
Philadelphia 7, New York 3. -0- FOE CHEERS BURNING GERMAN statement which he prepared made
note and the German submarine
comfniander's over one hundred feet with the twelve
St. Louis 1, Cincinnati 7. Washington, D. C.-Seven midshipmen AIRMAN reference to something which "Wash
report are entirely at vari- I inch pipe Mr. Raehn struck a strataof
Pittsburgh 8-2 Boston 13. have been recommended for dismissal ington officialdom would swallow.
ance with the physical facts the
soil to pierce which he found it
American League from the Naval London Sept. 10. The following
Arabic having been torpedoed far I i necessary to reduce the size of the academy by
astern instead of in the bow section New York 1, St. Louis 3. the acting superintendent for hazingor story of a German airman's flight to SPECIAL AUTOMOBILE EDITIONThe

which would have been the case had I I pipe.The tax book was accepted and I I II Boston 7, Philadelphia' 2. for falsehoods in connection with save his blazing machine and his life Sunday Morning Sentinel to-

Cleveland 6, Detroit 2. the recent hazing investigation. is told in a letter by an artillery offi-
she been trying to ram the subma I signed at this meeting of the coun- morrow, in addition to the regular
Federal '
rine. cil. cer: eight page 'asue, will publish an ad-
Brooklyn 2, Pittsburgh 0. New Or' .The New Orleans "A German was flying about and ditional eight automobile
Action on the payment of bills due page section -
St. Louis 3, Newark 0. branch of the Atlanta Federal Re- there was a small British machine
announcing the 1916 models
WOMEN: SHOT AS SPIES the Alabama Paving company the new ,
.I Copeland-Inglis Shale Brick company Kansas City 1, Buffalo 3. serve bank opened for business today. just below him. We opened a hot fire and containing news and advertisements

I I Only games scheduled. The branch institution will on the German. Oru machine
serve rose of the allied branches of the
Cracow, Sept. 10.-The "GazettaWiecborna" and Hamilton Johnson curbing contractor -
Southern League member banks in Louisiana Mississippi until it was well above the German. automobile industry in Orlando. T
reports that eight farm- was deferred on account of Buy
Birmingham 5), Atlanta 3. and Alabama. Then it raced after him at a tremen-
ers and two women, who were arrested the completed streets not havng been a cppy of this sixteen page Sunday
New Orleans 7, Mobile 4. dous rate. As soon as our aeroplanewas
Morning Sentinel and
send' it
as Russian spies in northern Gali- cleaned up. to your
Chattanooga Memphis 0. Key' West Fla.-Wm. R. overhead it dropped bomb
cia, have been convicted by a court Porter a friends. Place your order today at

martial at Lemberg. Their execution SHOT BY MOROCCAN PIRATES Nashville 8, Little Rock 0. recently appointed receiver of the which capsized the German machineand Curtis & O'Neal's, Branch's bookstore

Island City National bank has returned set fire to it. One German fell Wright's
tion took place within six hours after i\: cigar store, or the
their WIRE TAPPERS GOT 510,000 OUT from Washington. He at once out but the pilot kept his head and San Juan hoteL
I I Rabat Morocco Sept. 10.-The OF CONNECTICUT IN assumed charge of the affairs of the made the machine, which was upside
British steamer Haydn from Algiers' DAYTONA
bank. down and covered with fire plane to-

Cunarder Sunk ran ashore on the Cires Point. It remained wards his own lines, until his rudderwas Air Fleet Busy
il ashore two days and was then Daytona, Fla.-The story of how burned
refloated with the aid James A. Weed Stamford Conn. -
of its own en- a ,
SENT "Even then he kept it planing. He
Off Spanish ,. gines. A band of Morccoan pirates farmer was fleeced out of $10,000 in I unstrapped himself and jumped out On Western

fired on the crew, seriously woundingthe Daytona last winter by wire tappersis when forty feet from the ground.

chief engineer.It told in the Providence R. I., Jour- Kissimmee Fla.-Cattle shipmentsfrom
Coast Unfortunately he was killed. He wasa Front
is some time since the Moroccan nal of August 29. The victim squealed this point are now well under brave man and deserved to live.

pirates were heard of. At one time when he was touched in Providencefor way. Sixteen car loads left here His machine came down about 200

they were very active. Their general $20,000 a short time ago by the Thursday for the National Livestock
Paris, Sept.' 10.- (Bulletin) -A plan was to attack bcalmed sailing same gang that has been operatinghere Commission company of St. Louis to yards behind our infantry. The place Paris Sept. 10.-There has been
Havas for miles around rang with cheers. great air activity along the western
dispatch from Madrid says boats and seize the ship and for several without mo- be sold there in open market consigned .
cargo years All the artillery it and did the front
that saw so during the past few days. Ac-
the steamship Alexandria owned by Rull Bass and the South-
crew. The captured crew were soldas lestation by local officers. The storyas in the "
by the infantry cording to dispatches received today
Cunard Steamship company slaves. taken from the Providence paperis port Cattle company. Twentytwocar
has been torpedoed and sunk in the as follows: loads leave Saturday consigned to 117 persons have been killed at vari-

Mediterranean off Cape Palos, Spain. /ECIAL J AUTOMOBILE EDITION James A. Weed 62, a Stamford. the same company, and sent by the LAKE COUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTE ous points. The most important action -

Twenty-eight of the crew have been Conn., farmer, iost $20,000 to swin- above and the Carson Cattle companyand BIG SUCCESS was at Gonrade, where the allied
landed ) fleet of aeroplanes bombarded a Ger-
at Mazarron Spain. Lesley & Bass.
dlers in this afternoon.Mr. .
The city yesterday
Sunday Morning Sentinel to- ..
More than 3,000 head of Kissimmee Leesburg, Fla.-The Lake man aerodrome. The Zeppelin shed
morrow in addition to the regular Weed disclosed to the police that county
TURKISH: DONKEY A WAR HERO eight page issue will publish an ad- he had been swindled to the extent of prairie cattle have been sent from teachers' institute was held here last was destroyed and 103 men killed.
The allied
ditional eight page automobile section $10,000 in Daytona Fla. last Febru- here to western and northwestern week, and while the attendance was aviators also bombarded

Constantinople.--The "Keuileu" a announcing the new 1916 models, ary. His total loss of $30,000 he told markets within the past month. All not as full as had been hoped by the Roulers killing ten persons and inflicting -

of the cattle coming in in school board (a number of the teachers material damage.
newspaper of Smyrna reports th and containing news and advertise- the police leaves him practically pen- are good -

during the bombardment of Chesn >> ments of the allied branches of the niless. condition. still being away on their vaca-

by the allied fleet a woman and a ll- automobile industry in Orlando. Buya Weed was lured here by a promise tions)f it proved a great success and WAR DOG OFFICIALLY PRAISED

tIe gril were killed and some houXs copy of this sixteen page Sunday that he would be reimbursed for $1,700.543 IS THE VALUATION OF much inspiration was gathered by

demolished. One of the British shftls Morning Sentinel and send it to your money he lost in Florida. He was inveigled CLEARWATER PROPERTY those in attendance. The program included Geneva Sept. 10.-One of the

1a tore both into many of the leading educatorsin French war dogs has been publicly
ears from the head off a friends. Place your order today at betting to get this money

donkey belonging to the tax collector, Curtis & O'Neal's, Branch's bookstore ;back and learned over the telephonethat Clearwater, Fla.-The city councilof the state as well as a large num- praised i in/a special regimental order.

Halil Effendi as if they had bee/ cut Wright's cigar store or the the horse on which the bet was Clearwater met 'Wednesday even- ber of the county teachers. County The dog, gi beautiful collie, is attachedto

off with a knife. The donkey i i/ nowa San Juan hoteL placed "had stumbled and lost. ing. The assessor's report showed Superintendent Kennedy presided at the ninety-third French infantry

famous "war hero Hnnd !s of Then by a crude ruse Weed was the total assessment of property sub- the meetings and gave a number of regiment and has three times saved

i people daily come to his stable lookrich THE WEATHER. kept silent until the three swindlershad ject to tax in Clearwater to be $1- encouraging talks. These meetingswere this troop from surprise attacks.

'' at him, and his owner reap an opportunity to get away. 700,548 which at the millage (25 held in the auditorium of the

ij harvest, because he charges ad- For Florida: Generally fair today; Chief Inspector O'Neil wired last mills) fixed at a previous meeting of splendid new school building, which is Purchase school books and supplies

mission fee -which is will"paid not much change in temperature; night to many detective bureaus in an council would yield an income of $42- at once the pride and hope of the from Curtis & O'Neal, Orange ave-

by the patriotic visitors. light variable winds. effort to get trace of the men. 513.70. townspeople. nue. Established 30 years.

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COMPLETE BOARD OF COUNTY of the route of the public road from 'I I PHONE 72 P. O. BOX 414 I '
$1,000 COMMISSIONERS REPORT Minorsville to Ocoee, arguing that Jacob Burkhard

Carl Weber's there should be no change in the pres- I i PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER

Tuesday, September 7, 191.1; ent route. I PLUMBER
Terms Reasonable
Will buy a choice building lot in Dr. Board met pursuant to adjourn- Bond of Frank Cullen, as notary I

C. D. Christ's sulidivision of the citrus EscapeBy ment. Present, Chairman Overstreet. public, surety Fidelity and Deposit Miss Mabel DurhamRoom

grove on North Orange avenue over- Commissioners Sweet, Dillard, Brown I I I Company of Maryland, received and

looking Lake Ivanhoe. There are EUNICE BLAKEIn i and Starbird. approved. No. 9 Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"
only 4 lots to be sold at the price. Minutes of the previous meetings I Petition of G. L. Main, T. J. Minor DAVIS & MCNEIL BUILDING

The bricked street splits the Lots, were read, approved and signed. The '1 B. M. Sims, et al., for certain changesin
1S4S a wave ot autavuiiUiu to Church Street
which will have a frontage of 62 feet monarchical gO"ernIDt'nt'pt over semi-annual report of Orange county'for : the Ocoee-Apopka road and the
the side of sticcessL the June 30 1915 !'I Winter Garden-Apopka road, received. ----
by 150 feet depth on east Europe. It was in Kraure. period ending ---- ----
the street, and a frontage of 62 feet though the republican! rruiueiil established presented and signed. Laid over. HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP

sunning back about 100 feet to the there under Louis Napoleon Petition to have John R. Pounds I I I Upon motion, duly seconded Mr. A. B. Cook & Co.

lake on the west side of the street, was converted by him into an Imperialone. appointed inspector of marks and i j I Ramsey, highway engineer, was authorized ON WEST PINE STREET JUST
making 2 lots for the price of one, In Germany the effort was a brands for the Ocoee district received, i to indicate the route of the Christ Building Orlando.
failure, and the leaders who were able ,
and the price is fully 25 per cent. to get away became citizens of other and granted upon the condition that : brick roads on the county maps of the ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

less than the real value. Each lot on countries, some finding a home in the proper bond was made. county officers.A .

the east side of the street has about United States. Petition of R. F. Maguire, F. H. I I committee composed of Messrs. INVESTMENTS, LOANS

20 large budded bearing trees. The One day the government of Prussia;; Maguire, et al. that there be no Woodruff, Cheney, O'Neal and Giles,
ground is high and sightly. Building received information that Carl Weber change in the route of the public road representing the Subtropical Fair As- STOCKS AND

restrictions will protect the home a young man who bad been especially between Minorville and Ocoee, received sociation, appeared before the Board Phone 204
active as a leader in the revolution BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
builder. The owner has cut the price read and filed. asking for a contribution to said as- .
was Intending to board a train in one
upon my guarantee to make a quick of its stops after leaving Berlin witha Petition of R. C. Bigelow, B. M. sociation. Upon motion, duly sec- -

sale. There is nothing like it in the view to escaping through Belgium. Sims, et aL, to hard surface the county onded the county donated $1,000.Unanimously .

city today for price and location. Call The chief of police was notified to take road between a point in front of passed. $500 payable

me up by phone or come to the office. measures to arrest him. Capt. B. M. Sims' residence in Ocoee, November 1, 1915, and $500 payable

My time and auto are at your service. The chief arranged; with the railroad running north to the Florida Midland December 1, 1915. Hammond & Gore

Only 4 lots to be sold at this price. officials that any one boarding the railroad, a distance of about onethirdof Bond of W. G. Talton as notary
train should be put into a certain compartment
where government agents a mile, received. No action takenat public, with B. M. Hampton and T. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal

had been phu-ed.. These otlicial. being this time. Subject matter to be B. Tower as sureties, was approved.The .

E.* C. YoungRoom satisfied th:1tVpl..r wtq in the considered at future date. I reports of the following coun-

compartment were to arrest mm Mrs. C. E. Holloway appeared be- ty officers were received, read and Values Low Prices

10, McNeill & Davis Block. Now, tin mln'l"lJl"r had been un fore the Board asking help to send filed: County agricultural advisor,

Phone 56!). der the eye of the government for her deaf son to the St. Augustine superintendent county home, county COMPARE
some time, but they had been unableto
school for the blind and deaf. Actionto physician, road superintendent, fore-
____ __ nab him. Several times they had
u arrested some one who was supposedto be taken later. man road camp, July and August tax OUR FURNITUREWe

be the revolutionist and it was discovered Petition of W. G. Talton, J. R. redemptions, report licenses, sheriffto

6O.DANSC11BAC11Cabinet{ that the wrong person had Womble, et aL, for change in the pub- state auditor, treasurer to state

'If Ifl' ....., .... _. a- .. been taken indeed he had achieved lic road from Apopka to Forest City, and to county, receipts, bond trustees, provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
a reputation for slipperiness which as far as the Seminole county line, and auditor's financial statement. by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

MakerDoors induced the chief of police on this notification received and laid over under the There being no further business be- an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
of his intention to leave Prussia
rules. fore the Board, upon motion duly sec- can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
to take every precaution against
deception.In Petition of A. E. Reed, Edw. Brier- onded, Board adjourned to 1st Monday stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.

Screens, Porch Swings, the first place he disguised his ly, et aL, for a public road in sections in October.

Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases men on the train so that they should 32 and 23, township 23 south, range

Folding Card Tables, Cedar not be recognized as officials. One 28 east, between Lakes Tobet, Butler WESTERN UNION DIVIDES McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCKCorner
was a wrinkled old man. one was made
and Fish, received and read. No action -
Chests Flower Boxes Pedes-
up to look: like an English duke, another i! New York.-Directors of the Western -
tals, etc. Also Repair Work. a young fop. These persons left at present. i Union Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
Berlin in a compartment by them Petition of J. II. Hughes, C. II. : Telegraph company today
All Work Guaranteed selves. There were three of them, all Walworth, et al., to brick three miles declared a quarterly dividend of one

r well armed for it was known that leading east from the city on Colo- and one-fourth per cent. on the stock,

12 E. Church St. Phone 447 Weber was a desperate man. who nial Drive, received and read. Sub- placing it on a five per cent. basis.

would fight to the death.At ject matter to be taken under advise " 11111111111111'111111'1111111111111111111"SUGAR
that early day there were not the
large number of persons traveling ment. for Satur-
there are now. Railroads were new J. O. Fries, county surveyor, pre- Specials

and a car resembled several stagecoaches sented his report with a diagram of

!' What do you spliced together. In the com the road leading from Christmas to day and MondayBest COFFEE t HAMS

partment in which the government officials the St. Johns river, with an estimateof

: hope for in a traveled there was room for the probable cost of same, receivedand ,

1 eight persons four riding forward and
filed. motion the Clerk
four backward. Therefore there was Upon Patent Flour-

varnish, ? room for five besides the officials. At was instructed to notify Mr. B. Ack- 12 pound sack for __________50c Saturday and Monday

the first station a man was put In with erman, at Titusville, that the Orange 24 pound sack for _________$1.00

them. They scrutinized him but shook county commissioners approve the 3 cans Pork and Beans ________25c

their beads Weber was very young, route. Tall pink Salmon, per can________lOc

HE' and beard this was man stubbly was and past gray-a fifty. sure Ills The request of Mabel Sturkey to 3 cans Soup ___________________25c 16 pounds Sugar for ___________________________$1.00 !
be admitted to Florida School for the
Meal Grits and Scratch Feed
sign that he was approaching old age. ,
AWcON'UIJTRO At the next station a young girl was Deaf and Blind, received and signed. 9 pounds for ______________25c Hams, per pound ________________________________18c ; '.
conducted to the compartment. Seeing Letter from Mr. Ramsey, highway 6 packages Pearline for ___ ____25c
received in reference to the -- Coffee, per pound _______________________________15c ; ;
no one (in it but men. she declared engineer, 7 bars Lenox Soap for __________25c

that it was not a proper place for her construction of the bridges on the Or- 7 packages 5c. size Washing Coffee, per pound _______________________________20c j
VARNISBES to travel Since the orders were to lando and Kissimmee road, road num- Powder for ________--______25c
place every one boarding the train in ber 1. Upon motion, duly seconded, Fancy Peaches and Prunes, 2 6 pounds of good Bulk Coffee for_________________1.00 '.
that compartment the railway official
insisted on her entering it or remaining the specifications of Mr. Ludlam, en- pounds for _________________25c
behind. The latter course would in- gineer of the Taft drainage district Kingham Sugar Cured Hams,

t volve waiting over a day, for at that were refused on account of the termsof Breakfast and smoked Bacon
When buy varnish for
floors you you hope that it will improvethe your time there were very few trains. The said specifications being inadequate per pound _______________18c

appearance of those floors and young lady therefore with apparent Tomato Catsup, 25c. size for _____20c
that it will be durable. reluctance entered. She held in one of Robt. F. Smith for :
Application Irish Potatoes per peck _________25c
Unfortunately much that is sold for bouquet hand a of portmanteau flowers. The in official the other madeup a pension received and approved. Apple Jelly, per glass __--_______lOc Our
floor varnish won't realize that hope Application of D. B. Stewart for Grocery CompanyTwo
for for a fop gallantly alighted, took
you.Lawson's her portmanteau: (she held on to her pension received and approved.
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish ( Honest and Measures Phones 3 and 200
has a wonderful deep.lustrous finish. It is bouquet and banded her into the Communication from G. R. Ramsey, Weights :
easily applied because it works easily. It coach. highway engineer, in reference to demurrage -
is unequalled for durability and will not 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.
scratch white. It dries absolutely dust. The nest stop was some distance claimed by S. A. L. railway, ,
free in from five to seven hours and gets away, and all trains were very slow. toI I
hard in twenty-four hours. received and read. Bills returned Cash Grocery Co.
The young lady showed so much em-
As for Lustro has covering R.1.. Hudson for adjustment.
economy. a
barrassment at being shut up with a Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.
capacity that is: wonderfuLTry Communications from Mrs. Sweet-
lot of men that he who was made up
out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
Varnish at our risk returnable if nn ian. assured her that she might consider read. No action.Communication .

Valentine herself under his protection from W. F. Pur-
Made by & Co.
though there was no need of It, for dom, in respect to shell for roads, re- fORD TIRSFront [
Manufacturers of the other two Illt'uln the compartmentwere
ceived. Clerk instructed to answer
resp (-table persons. CAREY HAND
ALSPAR and that none are wanted.
This seemed to relieve the young wo
VAL-ENAMEL man's fears. To show her appreciation Statement of state taxes received

of his kindness she took a flower from comptroller, viz: $6.75Rear
1) from her bouquet and gave It to him. General revenue, 2 1-2 mills.

tie held It to his nose and finding the State school, 1 mill.
All to be had at odor delicious continued to sniff It. $8.25 EMBALMERAll
Board of health, 1-2 mill.
FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT The old man settled himself for a nap
Pension 2-6 mill.
or pretended to do so. while the fop JACKSON AND
STORE ogled the girL Seeing him look: covet- Mr. J. II. Jones appeared before GOODEN
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. ously at her bouquet she took out a the Board in reference to the change ORANGE AVENUE calls answered Promptly Dayor

rose and gave it to him. By thIs time

the Britisher had become drowsy and. Night. Hand Block.
Get Behind a leaning his head back: on the cushion

fell asleep. Beds Beds Beds !
9towand "You do not appreciate the perfume Orlando Florida.
of the rose, herr," said the frauleln. ;

enjoy a really cool Ay, tweet I Iin "Try this one" She drew forth another Patterns PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
smole. The Wellington Pipe won't and held it to his nose herself, lookinginto In Bright New
boil, wont get foul. his eyes Intently and with a pleasant
MaJ In smile on her lips. The man beganto
Am.ricaCame feel drowsy and. euspectlng that
and something in the rose was affecting
pick your h. him, endeavored to put it away with
vonle iKape.
25c.33e.jOc." u0.I his hand. Cut the fraulein smilingly
v resisted, and he passed Into slumber

her smilinz face fading before him. AUTOYASHING\ STATION
At this!' juncture the old man. who
was only dozing and that naturally.
opened hU eyes and. seeing one of his
SayA1You : companions asleep with his bead on tt THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
the cushion and the other sinking into
unconsciousness looked at the fraulein
want to see this new I. suspiciously. REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic. _

"Look!** she (cried pointing out Known "The Man.
package Spider is introducing to as Handy
through the window at the same time
Is The Timeto
the market-its the swellest assuming a frlsbtened; expression.The Now '

man looked and. seeing nothingof WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any machine
thing out in the way of little Importance turned again to see himself -
confronted by a weapon In the select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter. parts. Wtvk guaranteed.
Cigars. hands of the girL Advancing toward
elm she pressed the muzzle of her Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat GASOLINE AND OIL
See him at theGood pistol against his forehead and pressedher
A call will convince you.
bouquet to his nose. lie must either surprising low prices.
get a bullet In his brain or go to Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
sleep. He chose the latter course. I
and Bad When the train reached the next station t
the guard reported that the three A==

Cigar StoreOrange men in It were. asteefl and: the fxaukln OSCAR HAND & SON
was missing.
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Winter Park, Fla., Septk 9.-:Sirs. Railroads are coming to look upon
Indianapolis, Ind.-Because of the W. L. Barze returned from visitingher Ford cars as one of their strongest
wonderful performance of the Stutz old home in Ohio on Wednesdayand I allies in the development of commerCial -
is glad to get back to the land of I i| conditions in the districts which
all during its life the track,
car on
sunshine again. I they traverse. An official of a well
road and. Speedway race events, the Mrs. T. M. Henkel and children are 'I known middle West railway is au-
Stutz cas to be shown by the Con. home from an extended visit to rela- I.Ithority I for the statement that the increasing "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
duitt Automobile company' will be of tives and friends in Pennsylvania j! sale of Ford cars to farmers -
interest to the show visitors. I in its effect on the advancementof
and other places.
The Stutz car, being an Indiana- Rev. C. T. Douglass and wife returned the good roads movement, is re Unless Budded from A Bear-
made car, the sympathies of Indiana from their vacation Tuesdayand salting in a general increase of ''I
people are with it generally in the I for the present are at Mr. R. L. freight traffic.
racing game. The Stutz car has its I Bett's. This view seems to be a logical one, I ing Tree of Known Qualityand

particular place among the automobiles I Prof. Berkeley Blackman is at his, for it is well known that, however indifferent -

-distinctive. And, recognizingthat father's home recuperating from his a farmer may have appeared Quantity of Pro duc-
the Conduitt Automobile com- operation in the hospital recently.Mr. toward better highways be-
pany, through its manager, John A. I W. J. Waddell is slowly gaining fore buying a car, the possession of "
Boyd, has arranged an exhibit of : from his severe illness. an automobile engenders in him a desire tion. --O. W. ConnerIn
Stutz cars along with the Chalmers, to smooth and make solid the
:Mr. H. E. Cole and family are at
also distributed by the Conduitt com- the Beach for an outing. Report highways. And while he may for-

pany. says he caught a 22 pound sea bass merly have been content to haul a
The Stutz car was known; as the the first time out fishing.C. certain amount of produce to a ship-
"car which made good in a day." Automobile F. Ward is back from their ping point, the introduction of the five years the Ocklawaha; Nurseries through actual dem-

devotees remember the performance ocean bathing and hustling in his automobile has improved the hauling onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
of the Stutz car its first day truck garden. conditions, so that twice as much will brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection .
out-how it made in the terrible
good be hauled with the automobile. This
Mrs. Gene Bellows and son visited
does The United States Government
pay. experiments made by
of 500 mile
grind a Speedway race. home folks in Winter Haven last naturally makes the matter of ship-
"The success of the Stutz car-not week. ping easier for the farmer with the Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -

from a racing standpoint, but from Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Coffin are home result of increased freight revenue published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

the standpoint of a man who wants a from their visit to Nebraska and for railroads. the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
of ," said Mr. "is
car utility Boyd
other points. from a parent of true merit.
that they built the car right from the
Winter Park now has another industry FACTORY MAN TO RETAILA.
start. Stutz kept abreast of the im ; a cigar factory.The To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas

provement. The bodies have been Henkel block is being put in A. Crumley, who for the past a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
changed to give room for more comfort condition for the new grocery store ten years has been connected with been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
to add to the looks of the whole.
"The Stutz comes in both four and I.which rumor says is to be opened factory sales, resigning from a lucra- vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.

six cylinder. The sixes consist of there soon. tive position with the Hudson MotorCar Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
I The union services by the Congre- Company as Eastern factory
the two passenger roadster and bearcat gational and Methodist churches, salesman, late with the King Motor the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
the six passenger touring. and rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
sedan. which have been held for the past Car Company in the same position, is ,
fourteen weeks, closed last Sunday, now in the retail automobile business.
"In the four cylinder types thereis You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
and there will be services at both He has given up his factory connec-
the two passenger bearcat, the churches great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
next Sunday. tions to become Michigan state distributor -
roadster and the four passenger bull- Mrs. Palmer' and children are home for the King, whose sales increase bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
dog, the six passenger touring and from an extended visit to the North. he has watched with enviable bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
the sedan.
"The II. C. S. roadster is distinctive FRANCE REQUISITIONS ALCOHOL CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your

in its type, being four cylinderand STRIKE SITUATION UNCHANGED grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address
two passenger, built for the per- .

son who wants the high powered car, Paris.The ministry of war an- Albany, N. Y.-The street car sit-
racing in appearance, and at a more nounced today that it would requisi- uation in Albany, Troy, Watervliet,
mderate cost than the other Stutz Ocklawaha Nurseries
tion all stocks of alcohol in France, Greenwich and elsewhere virtuallywas
amounting to 200 gallons or more,for unchanged tonight. Cars remained -
The Stutz exhibit will consist of a the manufacture of powder. Manu- in the barns and no troule 0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
Stutz bulldog, done in red
specially ;
facturers of other
drugs or productswill was reported.
Stutz bulldog in and OR
a gray a Stutz receive each month sufficient

bearcat in yellow. ness.quantities of alcohol' for their busi- MAJORITY IN DUMA G. G. Wright, Agent

NO CHANGE IN SOUTHERN TAR. Petrograd.-The Novoe Vremya
IFFS UNTIL NEW YEAR DOCK MEN STRIKE announces the formation of a new
majority in the duma which com-
Washington, D. C.-Southern rail- Duluth, :\linn.-Coal dock men on prises the liberal' and progressive ele- .
way tariffs, increasing class freight the Island Creek, Carnegie and Great I ments, replacing the conservative ma-
rates between Danville, Va., and a Lakes coal docks, struck today for : jority.To .
number of other points in North and an increase in pay, demanding a restoration -
South Carolina, were suspended to- of the wage scale that prevailed get the most news while it is
day by the Interstate Commerce Commission last fall. Their demands were I news, read the :Morning: Sentinel,
until January 8. granted. ,daily.

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Dress Ginghams and Percales, Ladies' Tan Shoes, Pumps and

plain and fancy, 12%c quality, Oxfords, $4.00 quality, Satur-

. Saturday night only day night only.

Come Be With The Crowd
10 yds 85 cents $2.19

Saturday Night After Supper



: 3 for 25 cents \. ti I t--Af 39 cents each At 75 cents suit

Palm Olive Soap. Take advantage of this sale, Saturday \ Bungalow Aprons, made of a good quality Percale, 50c. "Men's Athletic Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, $1.00

night only I quality;i Saturday night only quality, Saturday night only ,

3 for 25 cents I 39 cents 75 cents : ;

.9 ,

\ \\ \ At 15 cents yard At X 19 cents dozen At 19 cents yard

Suiting, black and white Shepherd Check, 36( inches wide, JelLy Glasses, 9 oz. size, Extra Special Saturday night Ribbons in plain and fancy floral designs, 35c. quality,

25c quality, Saturday night only only Saturday night only

15 cents 19 cents 19 cents : :


See 4ne BW PALL SUITS low On Display


The Yowell-Duckworth Co.


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South Florida Sentinel
The Sentinel desires to announce NEGRO THIEVES

MORNING AND WEEKLY the publication, tomorrow, September' A happy party of live wires from .
... li, GLENN ......................EditorW. of automobile I Orlando, consisting of J. P. Holbrook, ,
12 Fla.-Sanford Orlando
C. ESSIXCTON .... .Biuinrti. Manager a special eight page Sanford, and -
edition announcing the new 1916 automobiles officers, or rather Orange county V. W. Estes, E. G. Duckworth, and NEIl GOODS
Entered at the poctoflice at Orlando. Florida -
M Second Class Mail Matter. handled by local agents and and Seminole county officers have ''\V. W. Rose, attended the good roads

SUBSCRIPTION KAltiDaily. dealers, and also those interests which broken up an organized bunch of negro -I meeting at Lakeland Thursday. After

1 Year .. ..".................. $5.00 handle accessories and products essential burglars who had worked the art the road meeting had been properly >
Daily. 6 Months ............ .......... 2.60 I
Dail,. 3 Months ... ............ ....... 1.25 to the automobile industry. of stealing and disposing of stolen wound up the party decided that nothing i )
Daily. 1 Month ................ ....... 60 will i but the of I y
This special automobile edition goods down to a science. pleasure a Spanish
A'tfkly. 1 Year .... .................. >i."utf::' served it is FOR
constitute section two of the regular There have been a series of bur- supper as only served in I

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN Sunday Morning Sentinel, which, to- glaries in the two counties for some Tampa town could make the day a

morrow, will consist of sixteen, if not time and Sheriff Hand and Sheriff perfect one. So to Tampa they went.

ADVERTISERS: more, pages. Gordon and their deputies have been This story doesn't concern itself

Opy for display and all other hand-oet This special edition does not reflectso working on the case, and finally two with the supper in Tampa. It mere-
advertising moH be handed In at the bnaine a1ray elling
office of the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. much credit upon the Sentinel as it of the gang were located. The Or- ly concerns itself with a puncture I Y

to t.e change day before for publication contract advertisim This rule:applies it If does upon the automobile men in Orlando lando negro proved to be George which developed in a tire of the faith-

rariable and will be strictly adhered to. and Winter Park. It is the Mitchell and he was caught with the ful Hupp driven by Mr. Holbrook and

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel difccon- duty of a newspaper to boost for the goods on him, and at the session of loaded down with the tired but happy
dnued should notify the office in writing on and the business A good roads boosters from the
the date of expiration otherwise it will be home city men. the criminal court last week was given "City
continued at the regular subscription rates business man is not forced to adver- four years on the roads. Beautiful." According to reports the
until notice to atop is received. Day by day each of our many departments are being
TeUjhpnyop h.T ................ ...... I* tise-it comes from his own free will. The Sanford end of the firm was puncture "happened" in the pine
Consequently when approached the John Harris, a former employe of woods near Haynes City. The party augumented by the addition of bright, attraetive new

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 191;). automobile dealers, always alert and the Sanford House, and he is now in arrived in Orlando at 2 o'clock yester- stocks for early fall wear. Already the store is losing its
keen brained, realized the value of the county jail here awaiting the fall day morning. Although they were aspect of spring and summer and putting on its graver

A "good fellow" these days is loads the such a special edition. They made it term of the circuit court when he live enough at Lakeland and Tampa I air of the fall of the year. You like to see and admirenew

owner of a big touring car who possible; the business, editorial and will get his. they were somewhat drowsy yester-
fabrics creations-Come down Saturday or
them for new
up his friends and takes
mechanical staff of .the Sentinel published day morning and afternoon.
a ride through the country.If the edition as it would publish AN AUTO PARTY Monday and feast your eyes on some of the dainty con-

o a regular edition. FISHERMEN RETURN WITH THE ceptions that fashion tells us will be to the fore for the

banks are any indication of a This special automobile edition isthe Ex-Councilman Washburn and Mrs. GOODS coming season.

prosperous and conservative safe first of its kind ever published in Washburn motored to Orlando in

community, Orlando and Orange Orlando. It proves beyond the shadow their Ford one day last week, takingas Messrs. J. R. Peebles, Geo. C. Kel-

county have reason to feel proud. of a doubt that the automobile their guests :Mr. and Mrs. E. L. I ler, B. Beacham, Jr., J. R. Yearby, TARTAN PLADS-

0 dealers and allied interests occupy an DePew and Mrs. Mary Kent. They i John Empie, and Frank Guernsey,
arrivals embrace
Will be distinct favorites-the
This is going to be a fine season in new
enviable position in the forefront of had a very pleasant trip. The ladies who have been angling for the deni-
harmonize with
almost combination to
Florida and in fact the whole every coloring
state. The orange crop in this sec- Orlando's business life. One may took in the sights in the shopping dis zens of the deep, at Bert Pacetti's the fashionable dual costume of plain material
readily see in perusing the seventeen trict.
place on Mosquito Inlet, have returned -
tion will be short, but good prices are automobile men's advertisements inomorrow's On the return trip they enjoyed a to Orlando from a very suc- 35c 50c 65c $1.00
truckers already Special prices
and the
prevailing, are edition that the automobile picnic dinner in the woods, with a cessful fishing expedition, and severalof ,

preparing for a bumper crop. "game" is a leading one in this camp fire to make coffee, then visited their friends have been treated to

It.ill be a bad season though for city. It is estimated that the auto- Gatlin lake, where Mr. Depew could a bountiful supply of bass. They report SHEPHERD CHECIiS-

loafers and vagrants, the number of mobile men in this city do a gross not resist a swim. Then they stoppedat that the fish are biting freelyover
which is said be the in and white and effects already distinct
to largest business Black magpie are -
of where
nearly $750,000 per year, Kissimmee they were refreshed on the coast and that many large
years.It and perhaps more. with ice cream, and arrived catches are being made. favorites and will be much more so as the sea-

o There has been an increase in the home about five in the evening.All son advances. In addition to domestic goods we have
seems that even the diplomacy of local automobile received importations of genuine West of England
business. New buildings report a good time and no mis-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
the Vatican has suffered some from in the last and buildings haps the Regero left Worsteds, Scotch Merinos and French Llama Wools,
year new on way.
the stress of Cardinal Gibbonswas yesterday over the Atlantic Coast in Black and White Shepherds.
war. now being erected testify to the The party is planning to go againin Line for Macon, Ga., where they will
with the ofa
not charged delivery growth and power of the "gasoline"men. the near future and visit Fort Gat- reside. have
They many friends in 25c 35c SOc
peace message from the pope to the In America there has been a lin, which they were told is worth a Orlando who regret their departure. Special prices ,
president when he visited the White tremendous advance in the industry. visit-St. Cloud Tribune.
House last week. All that he had to American manufacturers now supply 65c, $1.00, $1.25

do was to acquaint the president with the world with automobiles. For the I SANFORD DISTRICT VOTES FOR

the views of the Vatican as expressedto twelve months ended June 30, 37,870 75,000; SCHOOL BONDS The Cathedral School GARBADINE CLOTHSThe -
himself in a confidential note. It
cars were exported, valued at $60- -
thus remains true that while Cardinal prince of fabrics for tailored suits and separate
This does
000,000. not include .the Sanford, Fla.Another bond election -
Gibbons presented the pope's messageto domestic output, which reaches the carried on Tuesday after a very Orlando's skirts-in a fine range of all the new colors.
Select Boarding and Day
the president, there was no mes- amazing total of 703,527 cars, valuedat successful election on Monday. Tues- School for Girls

sage from the pope to the president.New more than half a billion dollars. i day's election was for school bonds in 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 Special prices $1.25, $1.50, $1.7536INCH
York World.
- Copies of the Sunday Morning Sentinel the special school district No. 1 in i Primary, Intermediate and Academic

o which includes this special section the sum of $75,000. There were Grade3 COLORED POPLINSA -

DUMBA GOING; may be secured at this office atBranch's many predictions made in advance Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
EVERYBODY'S HAPPY! new weave, a new weight, finely mercerized, in
book store, Wright's cigar about the school bonds not carryingbut Culture and Domestic Science.
Ambassador Dumba must go. Credit -I store, Curtis & O'Neal's and the San it seems that the people of San For Catalogues address the Rector, handsome soft tones emphasizing the new sombre

is reflected upon the administrationwhen I Juan hotel. For five cents you may ford want the district to pay for the effects.
Roderick P. Cobb, A. M.,
it informed the
Austrian gov- secure a copy of this edition and mailto school property, as should have been Orlando Fl .
<: Special price 35c yardA
ernment that Dumba's usefulness as your friends in distant parts of the done years ago, and not shift the en-

an envoy to this republic had ended. country. It will show them better tire burden upon the shoulders of the

The greater portion of the republic than any other manner what one class townspeople. And the need of more I NEW SHIRTING MADRAS

stand as one man behind President of business men in Orlando is doing.It I school houses and equipment is apparent -: FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
Wilson and the Cabinet. Even Iloose- will In Soisette Weave-beautifully soft and evenly
prove to outsiders that the automobile to every one.
velt is pleased. men in Orlando are pro- woven in a fine range of the new hair line effects, 32

The ambassador is about the frank- inches wide.Specially.
gressive, always in the front, and ambitious WILL ENJOY EXTENSIVE TRIP

est and nerviest envoy who ever rep- to make the coming year the IN TilE EAST priced at 25c yard
resented a foreign power in this coun- best in history for their respectivelines.
try. He brazenly admitted that the
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles departed VANILLA
Austrian government stood behind
o last evening for Jacksonville FRENCH ALBATROSSThe -
him in his effort to cause discontentin TUTI FRUTI
American munitions factories. As Fall gardeners may as well begin where Mr. Giles will be engaged to- genuine Roubaix make-made of fine staple

far as nerve Washington has planting now. Think of the glory of day on important legal business, returning GUAVAICE yarns of pure Merino Wools in colors of Rose, Ciel,
' being able to announce the first to Orlando tonight. Mrs. Cardinal Black and Cream.Special .
never witnessed a
more striking ex- CREAMS.
onions, tomatoes, string beans and Giles will visit with her parents at

ample. green peas.ARRANGING. Fort George until next Wednesday.On price 59c
Along with Dumba several other
o that day Mr. and Mrs. Giles will
German and Austrian
representatives FOR BALL GAME depart for New York and points in
should be free ticket of FLANNELSIn
given a out KIMONA -
New York state and New England, AUTO LUNCHESA
the We do not want them An interesting ball game Thursday
country. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bux- a splendid range of new colorings and new floral
afternoon between the Orlando and
here; and they are injuring the Cen- ton, well known Oakland winter residents SPECIALTYCLUB effects. Just the very thing for yourself and the
Winter Garden-Ocoee nines resultedin
tral Powers' cause by remaining.This .
at their home in the kiddies.
should be sufficient fot their dis- a score of 4 to 7 in favor of Or-
missal by their governments. lando. The game was hard fought all White Mountains, returning to this
12 l-2c and 15c
city in about six weeks. Special prices
o the way through and proved a very SANDWICH 25c.

LEGISLATIVE enjoyable exhibition. The manage-

LUNACIES.It ment of the Orlando team is considering ADDITION ON RESIDENCE ALL WOOL SERGES- . . . . . .
is reported that Texas has intro- arranging a game with the Fort
Dade nine for next Thursday after- Prof. C. E. Wade is making some Will be the premier fabrics for the coming season.
duced a bill compelling theatregoersto We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
In stocking the "Oak Serge" (thoroughly
leave their firearms outside. noon. In the game Thursday, bat- additions and changes in his residenceon
That Nebraska has a bill prohibiting teries were Boyd and Reems for Win- North Orange avenue. and Delivered for All and sponged) we know that we have the best impor-
ter Garden Jackson and Rodenbaughfor ted range procurable-every color guaranteed fast.
free lunches, also to make the
Occasions We have a full range, 48 to 56 inches in width.
Orlando. Advertise in the Morning Sentinel
National Guard do 90 days' work each

year state.on the roads and bridges of the .ill Y Special prices $1.00, $1.25, $1.50

That Illinois has a bill prohibitingthe

giving of tips to barbers, waiters, 36 INCH BLACK TAFFETA-

porters, etc., also to tax bachelors of Yarn dyed-plain finish-ask to see this when in the

30 years of age $50 per annum, and store. You will acknowledge that it is the best value -

has fixed a license of $1 per year ,l j you have ever handled at the

upon cats.North Dakota. where it is usually Special price of $1.10

pretty cold, has a bill fixing the uni- 1 r
form thickness of sleigh runners. We l A Welcome Visitor

presume this is to keep from cuttingup
the roads when they are frozen. OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT{ [

South Carolina, where
you get
Carries the best of e'erything-and prices right.
something good to drink once in a

while, has a bill limiting each resi- I Just for whole iome goodness sake

dent of the state to one gallon "corn :: W.IktteAdC. Try Stone's "%jllden Sunbeam" cake-

Hcker" per month.
Wisconsin, which as you know leadsin After a slight acquaintance you will always greet a sack of Obelisk Flour as one of Beats those mcmer used to make.

all educational matters, has intro-
duced a bill prohibiting the smokingof your best friends. We had hard work to get Mrs. DeWitt to give it a fair trial as she

cigarettes by school, normal and was betrothed, if not married to Pillsbury, but now she is making the whitest bread she

university teachers.Massachusetts being. very modest ever made, and otherwise it is just as good. As an inducement we are offering this b

in the matter has introduced a bill Dickson lies Co.
flour at 55c. and $1.05 per sack.
taxing bachelors only $5 per head

per year, also bill prohibiting the Pillsbury we have, but it is hard to get.

wearing of whiskers by doctors and


Kansas has introduced a bill pro-

hibiting the use of face powder, hair .DfPARTMf STORE.

dye or bleach, the use of rouge and The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. ... lit

piercing of ears, and wearing of ear

rings. S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

Minnesota has just introduced a bill I ITHE I

that prohibits the catching of frogs.


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San Francisco.-Starting Monday, GRANDTODAY A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe
September 13, the Daughters of the The water hyacinth with its entan-
American Revolution will hold a four gling roots obstructs navigation in can commend the lamilton to anyone who wants .

days convention at the exposition.The the St. John's river. It costs thou- a timekeeper of perfect and continuous accuracy.

opening day will be celebratedas sands of dollars annually to dredge
D. A. R. day at the exposition.Mrs. the river. To get rid of the plant is i

William Cummings Story, a problem for the wisest men. JiamfIfun ilJatcft
president general of the D. A. R., will They started from small rootlets
arrive in San Francisco on the morn- which were supposed to be harmless.
Economy ing of September 15 and will presideat They are fast becoming a menace to "ELSA'S "Tie Railroad Timtktrper tf America"

the formal exercises, which will travel. Men and boys begin smokinga BROTHER"I This is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried by S6?: .
be held in the headquarters of the little at a time. They soon smokea I I of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced.
Another of those good Vita- We can sell the complete watch,or we can Hamilton w
order, Grand Canyon of Arizona, on great deal and it harms the body you supply a movement -
fitted to watch All
your present case. sizes for men and women. >
the Zone. Mrs. Story will accept the gradually, as the hyacinths injuredthe L graph Productions I -- y -- l
exposition medal. In, the evening river.
in upkeep and! there will be an informal reception. Secondly, people begin desecratingthe featuring Allen

Tuesday the first conference will beheld Sabbath by taking the day for & Company
gasoline con- in the convention hall of the In- sports and pleasure. The habit grows NORMA TALMADGEVAX

side Inn at 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock.A until there is no pretense of recognizing DYKE BROOKE Jewelers
sumption are reception to the national officers I the day. It may take a numberof
will be held at the Century Club at years to get to the place where S. RANKIN DREW
8:30 o'clock. the Lord's day and everything relig
items be -
con- Wednesday morning the CaliforniaD. ious is ignored, but people get there, and other Vitagraph Stars
A. R. will escort the visitors by and bye.
sidered in buy- through the exposition grounds, and Each little rootlet must be eradi TilE TIME TO PAINT

at noon a luncheon will be given to :tte.1 1 in order to banish the evil 1 "A RACE FOR A CROSSING" is right now. Don't let things go
ing a car. the national officers and state regentsat which is menacing our land today. until the house, barn, fence or floor
the California building. At 4 Forty-six departments are active i in One more good Railroad picture begins to look shabby. A little of our
The in o'clock a reception to the national of- the W. C. T. U. at present in their ready to use paint will put your homein
upkeep ficers will be given in the Oregon endeavor to free the nation of the featuring fine trim and save you the cost of a

building. The guests will be received liquor traffic. These departments are HELEN HOLMES much bigger paint bill later on.
the DODGE i is by Mrs. Isaac Lee Patterson, state''at work upon the rootlets of nuisance.

regent of Oregon, assisted by members Some of the departments are anti- .

lessened a greatdeal of the Oregon D. A. R. I'narcotic, peace and purity, almshouse, i "SUE" Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
Thursday the national officers will soldier and sailor' Sabbath observance

by the veryreasonableprice be the guests of Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, lumbermen, literature, scientifictemperance A clever Essanay drama. 205 S. Orange Avenue
at Pleasanton.
instruction in our public COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
-0- schools, law enforcement, and flower
PLEASANT LEAGUE SOCIAL missions. Each department has its
AND BUSINESS MEETING.The own superintendent and special work THIS PROGRAM SHOULD .. .. . ........ .. ... .. . .. .. ,.,," '.. .1".1&

for parts, as you Epworth League social and ers. The aim of the W. C. T. U. is to SPEAK FOR ITSELF
business meeting which was held last reach the cause of the condition by
: The New Ice
will note by a evening at the residence of Mrs. J. these various roots and remove the CompanyPHONE

P. Musselwhite, on Lake Eola, was cause by enlisting the co-operation of I

of the fol- one of the most enjoyable affairs every public spirited and right think 5 cents 10 cents 675
study which the League has held this sea- ing individual in our land.

son. The guests arrived about 8:30 The executive committee of the Allied -
lowing prices: in the evening and after a short pro- Temperance Forces of Vermontis Delivery DailyWait

gram of musical selections, proceededto working steadfastly to secure a decisive -
consideration of several important verdict at the polls March 7,
items of business which the council 1916, for the prohibition of the liquor for our wagon. We think
Piston $1.60 brought before the meeting. I traffic in Vermont.
At the conclusion of the business Some person has said that alcohol YOU will like our ice.

Piston Rings .25 session an hour of very pleasant so- will remove stains from clothes,which -
cial diversions was enjoyed. Gamesof may be true. It will also remove the

different kinds were played' and clothes; likewise the furniture, the
ConnectingRod served to pass the time pleasantly. provisions, the smiles, the character, jj The New Ice Companyl'III"'I'I"IIIIIIIIII'llttlllllll.II"'I.I"'I

Light refreshments were served by the position, the self respect, and the
Bearing .75 the hostess during the evening. life. As a remover of things, alcohol] ROOf GARDENTODAY [ .
Intrest in the League is constantly has no equal. ,'
Fan Belt .25 increasing, and the devotional meet-

Drive Pinion 2.50 more and more interesting and help
ful as is proven by the enlarged at-
C. E. Stevens, the well known
tendance. The meetings are to
open representative of Benedict, Pollack &
all and a cordial invitation is extended
to Co., dry goods, Jacksonville, who has I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL ;
young people to come out and
And the enjoy them. been spending a day or two in this
section in the interest of his house, "IN THE MESH OF THE NET" :
left for other
yesterday points.
Car Itself TUTTLEDIXONMARRIAGE.. A three part feature.

Frank Smith and M. O. Overstreet
Yesterday morning, at the Baptist ,
:pastorium, :Miss Marian Tuttle and of Orlando ,and W. Connally, of Pa- "SPIT BALL SADIE" ,
Mr. John Dixon latka, were visitors at St. Cloud on
were united in mar-
seems like a I riage by Dr. Edw. T. Poulson. The Friday last, and were very much sur- One reel American Comedy.A CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance
happy couple left on the 9:56 train prised at the quick growth of our I I
thing of lifeabounding city. Mr. Connally was astounded to I
. for their future home in Tulsa, Okla-
homa. see the number of new buildings
ivitality' n have resided Both of in the Orlando younge for people some started since his last visit three weeks GOOD BILL .: ;Loans Real Estate ii

time and have numbers of friends ago.-St. Cloud Tribune. .
here. Rentals
Mr. J. F. Harrington, one of Taft's ..

swift in the ATTENTION, MEMBERSOF energetic and popular citizens, was The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN :
gliding CHRISTIAN CHURCH. among the business transactors in .
Elder' Orlando yesterday. Mr. Harrington The One-Price Theater
Buckley, late of Tennessee,
get-away, will preach at the Missionary Alliance reports that the drainage commission !
of which he is the and
Hall, on West Pine street, Sunday secretary
and morning at eleven o'clock. The treasurer, are going right ahead with
splendidlyfree Lord's 10 cents i D cents
the work, and that
Supper will also be observed. A cor- things in general ESTABLISHED 1886 -
dial welcome have taken on a fresh impetus since
from the to all members and
friends. the organization of this work.
Monday, "Whiffles at the

slightest jerk, or SOCIETY NOTESOF Rev. J. B. Ley, formerly Methodist Front," Two part Comedy.

INTEREST.Miss pastor in this city, now of Orlando, HillMIIMIMIIHIilllHH'MMIMHIIttMMIMIIilHand's
was in the city today, on his
jump. or jolt. Mary Howard left yesterday way
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast home from Micanopy, where he at-
tended the funeral of his
Line for
Hendersonville, N. C., where
she will spend the remainder of the wife. Mr. Ley has many friends in

summer enjoying life in the Land of Ocala and they are always glad to see
00 the Sky. him. He is having a pleasant pastorate -
$8500 -0- in Orlando, but will always havea

Mrs. J. B. Ley left yesterday after- warm place in his heart for this
city.-Ocala Star.
noon for Tampa where she will spend

some time with her daughter, Mrs.
.. In Orlando T. F. Alexander. Mr. W. M. Slemons was a passen-

'. --0- ger yesterday afternoon over the At- '
The lantic Coast Line en route to Morris-
Sewing Circle will Pure Ice Cream
meet wth Mrs. S. A. Atha, on Magnolia town, Tenn., where he will join Mrs.
Slemons who has been there for some
avenue, next Tuesday at 3:30p.m.
weeks visiting relatives. Before
returning ,
Guests registering at the San Juan to Orlando Mr. Slemons will
hotel visit other points in Tennessee
TowsPhillips yesterday included J. G. and
;-' Jr., J. Hugh White, C. E. Schible, then go to the buying centers of the Made In Orlando

11 J. Hammell, M. B. Craig, II. T. country where he will purchase an
up to date stock of fall and winter
toward, Jacksonville; J. H. IIoltombe I
II. G. merchandise which will keep his dry
Leyton, W. H. Tutwiler, i
< Tampa; E.1.. Vestal, Nashville; E.I goods establishment on Orange ave-
M. Bray, St. Louis; Mrs. Chapelle, nue in the front rank of Orlando's

Miss Johnson, Wildwood; Mrs. Wm. progressive stores. Phone 566666L

I Bellamy, Omaha; Mrs. G. II. Ely,

Chicago; Chas. F. Bylace, Queen &
& Crescent; H. G. Seagroatt, Georgia. FavoriteTODAY'S i


/ American. "The Greater Strength."
Sons SALE-A No. 1 tent, cheap; In two parts.
also reels, lines and hooks for sea "Miss Fatty's Handicap.
I Keystone. "A Colored Girl's Love."
bass fishing. Inauire
at O. K.
Come out and have a good laugh.
/ I Room, Orange avenue. 9-ll-3t Five cents to aH. I .


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I've never known a dog to wag: Time was when grandma wore a Seagirt, N. .-Riflemen from all
His tail in glee he didn't feel, shawl I
of the East here for the
Nor quit his old-time friend to tag And sat and sewed all day; :parts Galveston, Tex.-The twenty-sixth FOR SALE
At some influential heel. And when the neighbor folks would'opening tomorrow of the twenty-fifth United States infantry will sail from
I knew call I: annual rifle tournament.
The yellowest cur ever Seagirt
Galveston September 25 for the Philippines
Was, to the boy who loved him, true. "Dear me, suz!" she would say. Shooters from the local clubs, from -
i But these days grandma paints and aboard the transport Buford.
I the and individual
I've never known a dog' to show pads. i troops sale for few
I Will offer for
Half-way devotion to his friend, And wears her dresses tight; cracks were enrolled today. i a dais
To seek a kinder man to know She's fond of all the latest fads, I Guests registering at the San Juan
Or richer but unto the end And tangoes every nightCincinnati NEGRO B.PTISTSIEET: I hotel yesterday included A. Wilford, the property corner Orange Avenue,
The humblest dog' I ever knew Enquirer.
Was, to the man that loved him, true. Baltimore; W. Clyde Jordan, Gaines- Jackson and Boone Streets known
Time was when grandma sewed all Chicago.-The thirty-fifth annual ville; V. B. Sipe, E. K. Nelson, C. P.Rice as
I've never known a dog' to fake day session of the National Convention of Tampa; Robert N. Miller, Louisville -
gain, and its ilk the skating rink for $26,000.
Affection for a present On homespun here II. Loeb, New Orleans F. M. property,
Negro Baptists began today. ;
A false display of love to make, When she wore home-knit hose, they
Some little favor to attain. say, The convention was called to order Catlett, H. H. MacKugan, Atlanta;
$2,000 down and balance $1 000 a
I've never known a Prince or Spot And never dreamed of silk. by Rev. E. C. Morris, of Helena, Ark. II. Britton, New York; W. B. Alexander year
That seemed to be what he was not. Now she plays bridge from morn till Cincinnati; Hal Estes, Jackson-
and interest six
night at per cent.C.A.HOVEY.
to set The New York state ville; Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. Olin, B. W.
fight smartest
But I have known a dog With all the ; prisons, peni-
With all his strength to shield a She's kneen for all the fun in sight- tentiaries and reformatories contain Olin, Monticello; E. Hy. Palmer, Win-
friend, You can't lose grandma yet. ter Park.
And whether wrong or whether right, -Memphis CommercialAppeal.Time 17,352 inmates. Five years ago the
To stick with him unto the end. same institutions were caring for 13-
And I have known a dog to lick was when grandma wore a skirt 315. It will thus be seen that the Commenting on a fashion note announcing
The hand of him that men would kick. Of hoops, 'bout six yards round, increase in crime keeps pace with the that next year the women
And her pies and biscuits were _
And I have known a dog to bear The very best in town. increase in population. will wear peek-a-boo skirts and that
Starvation pangs from day to day But now she autos every night, the hems will be sixteen inches from
With him who had been glad to share At the movies she has a chair, the ground, the Shepherdstown Reg-
His bread and meat along the way. And when the ice cream parlor opens THREE VESSELS SUNK "
No dog, however mean or rude, On Sunday, she's right there. ister says 1916 is going to be a hard -- -
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Is guilty of ingratitude.The .-The British fishing ves- year on the blind."

NORWEGIAN STEAMER: IS RE- sels Emmanuel, Victorious and Con-
dog' is listed with the dumb, The arket
No voice has he to speak his creed, LEASED stance have been sunk. Their crews Read the :Morning Sentinel for the _
His message to humans come were landed at Muiden, Holland. news. lOc. a week delivered. OF
By faithful conduct and by deed London.-The Norwegian steam- OF QUALITY

He shows, as seldom mortals do, ship John Blumar, from Baltimore, I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
A high ideal of being true.
-Edgar A. Guest, in American Field. August 23, for Gothenburg, has been Rollins College Winter ParkOldest FRESH AND SALT MEATS
released after being detained for examination ,
: Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
No individual with anything to sell by the British authorities.
find College and :Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-Colleg-, Academy, screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
or trade can successfully a buyeror
Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Ar.s, Bus- and pure.
trader without the aid of the Sen- DERELICT DESTROYED
tinel want ads. Remember that its iness. Teachers Course. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

circulation represents five-sixths ofRACKARD'S Mobile, Ala.-A derelict, supposedly Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym- I everything in the Meat Line.
nasium malaria endowment. Three teachers of
no quarter-million dollar
that of the schooner Lydia M.
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew Go.
H. Self &
Deering wrecked in the gulf last rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical .
PRESSING CLUB month, was destroyed off Trinity gas and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of PINE
buoy, coast of Texas, about September soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, PHONE NO. SO STREET
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll 1, the new coast guard cutter Tal- boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
work guaranteed and neat- lahassee reported on arrival here. address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla-

ly done. Our work is the best Engraved Stationery and
and our prices are the lowest. I
This is the place to have your 1-. ItlMIIIIMIMIIilMIIIMtlMIMMIIIIMIilMlllililtllililiMliiiliM IMMM Invitations

old clothes made new. '

Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Don't ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit "Oakland Six"A because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent

pressed _____________40c. and deliver the goods in Orlando.
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

pressed ____________50c QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

STUDY of the specifications while convincingto
We do ladies' work also. Giveus W. S. BRANCH,

a trial and be convinced. the trained motorist, is not sufficient to impart evenan THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

Clothes called for and delivered. approximate idea of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can

Phone 613. be properly judged and appreciated only by looking at it,'or riding in it, and by learnof -

I. its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a SKATING RINK

close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in

MisdirectedEconomy this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat _

a surprisingly low cost. LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES

The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

will give enduring service. -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

Trying to save a few cents by INSTRUCTORS.Open .
Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric SystemThe
having your work handled by in- 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
ferior hands. Oakland Six will seat five passengers No car is complete to day without a standard %
Your personal influence is comfortably without crowding. The driving electric starting, lighting and ignition system. Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.
when compartment has plenty of leg room, even fora The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy.
greatly enhanced are
you tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down the starting button with
I clad in immaculate linen. wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. This system is
cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, giv- operated by a storage battery which is chargedby .ADMISSIO 10 CENTS
ing real comfort to the passangers. The trim- the generator.
OrlandoSteam ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.
Great Strength with Light Weight Classic Construction
The Oakland principle of sturdy constructionwith f
light weight is exemplified in this new A tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steelis
LaundryFRENCH model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, used. The rear springs clamp directly to the ORLANDO ROOFING
frame members insuring great strength. The
which means for the owner, low upkeep cost,
DRY CLEANERS great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en-
LAUNDERERS tire length without overhang giving it a firm, AND
secure foundation. This Oakland construction
I and
PHONE 88 Power Speed eliminates the unsightly side apron usually SHEET METAL CO.
The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor found between the body and running board. _
will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all
---I the flexibility and smooth running qualities a Hotchkiss Drive .
FOR SALE! Six should have, and is very responsive to the Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
throttle. The driving power is applied to the rear ,
SCREENS WHAT AM axle and wheels without shock or jar, the
SCREENS Low Center of Gravity rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc- and Rubber Roofings

Like all Oakland models, the weight of this tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives unusual Cornices, Skylighls. .Dealing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
John W. Pounds, Agent side-sway and skidding: which wear out tires riding comfort.
Box 703 and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This .
low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features Works: 14 .E. Church St. ORLANDO
ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in.
Left hand drive with center control. Gear
shifting lever of the ball and socket type. .
Vacuum Gasoline System
Powerful quick acting brakes, extra large brake .
The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is absolutely drums. Horn button in center of steering
automatic. You can forget you haveit wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
Bargain\\ on the car. No air pump to get out of orderor One-man top, with clamps to windshield with-
leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting' side curtains carried in
gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board. The Orlando Meat MarketT.
all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallon Ignition and lighting buttons locked with a
of gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at thj rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad running -
of the car where it belongs. boards. i A. YANCY,Jr., Manager

New house, 8 rooms and bath. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Location perfect, 4 blocks from $795.00 f. o. b. Factory Florida and Western Meats

center of city, east side.
Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
For quick sale $3000. Cash or Jr.
J. B. Distributor
terms. Majjruder, Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

: PHONES / Business '135 P. O. BOX 226
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The Morning Sentinel Want I No. West Pine Sreet I Phone 617
Directory is the Greatest Want
s ,.- < 1LLA I NT DC I Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-

Terms Cash in Advance. worth Building.

G Cement, Agatfle i Plaster and Lime RATES
: For Three Day ___________:-;30c II
I For Six Days _______________73c I
I For One Month ____________$2.50
r I This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- Phone 172 Phone 72
tains more than 25 words the rate
I will be one cent per word for Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
j each additional word, for each in- Davis & McNeill Block
I sertion.If .
ypu can't bring your ad to
: the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be [Victor Starbuck
I payable the following day.

fat r 2r I Every Home-Every- Business R. RAY WHITE ATTORNEY-AT-LAWJ
S Every Man has use for a Phone 161
Sentinel Want Ad.
No. 6 W. Pine SI. ,Orland, Ha. .
0)0, 44
i Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I I FOR SALE-Horse, wagon, surrey, I F. A. PEPPERCORN:
i two sets harness; or trade for car
:or rear estate. R. P. Gilpin, Winter II BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone
M i Home, Fla. 9-7-Gt I
. S A 4 37

a_ 'rel1t FOR SALE Nice figs for sale at 208
-- T\ East Robinson avenue. Phone CG8. DR. N. BRYAN

{ one quarter mile from city limits; Phone 716 & SALLAS
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- 208 Boone Street
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
55 6-9-tf Bldg Phone 597.

FOR SALE-Two Jersey cows, just
come fresh; good ones. Call at 10
West Concord avenue, Orlando. L. Percival Hutton
Take A Tip From Mary SunshineMary's I 9-9-3t
FOR SALE-Elegant parlor organ, SURVEYINGPlating 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.

$10; large ice box, suitable for gro- and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
cer, $10, worth $25.: Tracy's Carpenter -
home is. oh, so modern and Gas appliances have made it so. All day long Gas saves :Mary lots of Shop, 18 East Church street.
time and many, many steps. Mary, of course, gets up quite early in the morning and a little Gas Heater 9-9-Gt 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, WORK
in dainty house gown, to the kitchen where the fire is waiting to at the touch of a match. I FOR SALE-One 1 horse Florida.
Through the rest of the day she finds Gas her constant help. She takes real pride in her Cabinet Gas practically new, with rack and wagon fish-
Range, for it is so convenient and economical of fuel. A Gas Water Heater not only provides warm ing boat; a first class!' fishing outfit, HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.
water for bathing, but gives the hot water necessary for washing dishes and for laundry work. for less than cost of Inquire
Why not take a tip from Mary Sunshine and know the real convenience of gas in your home. Elmer Eeidler, at wagon.Evans' jewelry Engineer
store. J-9-6t*

Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.

_- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COp FOR RENT-Flat FOR REST of four rooms and Phone 72 9 ..

sleeping porch upstairs, four rooms
and screened back porch down stairs.
All modern conveniences. 14 High Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDEU
street, 3 blocks east of Eola park.
.' and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
FOR RENT-By the month,
or year, one upstairs flat for light
r housekeeping; also other rooms, and Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
garage, electric lights in garage. Apply ORLANDO, FLA. orncAi.REPAIRING .
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LAWN MOWERS sharpened and I

L: : SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ Repair LOST-One brindle repaired Shop.with at bull white Orlando bitch around, medium Bicycle neck 9-8-lmoc size and and,I I IARCADEMILK Cut Flowers and Plants

nose, bob-tail. Reward. Return to

OCOEE, FLORIDA this-office. 9-8-6t- Floral Designs

TEN ACRES half mile from Orlandoon
brick road, worth $2,000, free
and clear; will exchange for house
and lot in Orlando of value.. !
same DEPOT Dell Florist.
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Tracy Church&street.Moore, carpenters, 18 9-8-Gt East ..!lulul I

Trees in fine condition the lowest -
at very Umbrellas recovered and repaired J. &1. CARUTHERS

.. .. .. .. "while you wait. at Young's Repair BUTTER MILK
Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
.. .. .. .. Shop, 21 E. Pine StSLAUGHTER
Fresh Every Day.

SALE 5c. per glass

The rainy season is the best time to set next Buy few your days.wall Making paper cheap room for for our the 25c. per gallon

new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASSPHONE
trees on high land. Trees set now will keep Store, Court street.; Phone 67. BUTTER

one year's growth in advance of trees set 9-5-tfc. 375

next fall. RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one Fresh Homemade West Jefferson Street
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc SANDWICHESPIES Successor to

.I- Send today for Catalog Description List and lowest I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,

prices, to the above address ,10-6-3m over 20000000.30 years.Call Have and F. A.see handled LEWTER.The me. over. ARCADE MilK DEPOT PROMPT of SERVICE All Kinds

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cream delivered, any quan-
tity. McElroy's Pharmacy. Phone
20. 9-11-2tc

Mr. J .N. Whitner and his pretty

= daughter, Miss Annie, motored to
r Orlando yesterday from Sanford and
in Pana .
spent some time with friends. FOR EVERY -

and everywhere on American temto/, is limp:red by "A.B.A.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are Mrs. Opal McKenzie a1dliss
accepted like currency by strangers where a check or draft would
Vivian Hasler are the Orlan-
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These chequesare among
-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for doites leaving this week for a visit to $10 A WEEKYOU
business or pleasure. New York city.

The State Bank of Orlando
Standard Barber
Shop is sanitary.
18-21-tf SPEND

e Miss Corinne Sias, of Harbor View,
returned last night from a prolonged
sojourn with relatives in Orlando.-
Punta Gorda Herald.

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Orth came home
Saturday from a several days pleas-
ant visit with friends and relatives at
Orlando.-Tavares Herald.

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

J Mr. Hugh Allen and son, Mr, Frank
Allen, are expected home today froma
motor trip to points in the state,
including Daytona, Jacksonville and

ii : 4FL' St. Augustine.Mr. YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{

and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and fam-
ily have returned from a pleasantvisit

of two weeks at White Springs, .
and are again at their home on Rob-

inson avenue, near Lake Eola.

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

18-18-tf The Peoples National Bank

Mrs. F. T. Scruggs and son, Master
Finch, and Miss Eunice Ives, have-returned -
to their home on Gore avenue
after a delightful outing at Daytona

"ELDER" Spring WaterIS Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brooks and

family who have been spending several -
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, weeks in Maitland, have returnedto

APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD Orlando and are again occupyingtheir <* > Mfl8MMBIIIIIMMMItitillMMMHiMCIMM9iaOt..MMCCMMIHiMIIMt.
home in Highland Park.

Phone WRIGHT 444
How much did you save last monthin
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

TRY Better TRY Mr. C. A. Boone left yesterday for

IT BEST. IT Asheville, N. C., where he will spend New Studebaker Cars !

several weeks with his family who
have been summering in the moun-
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Get your next shave at the Stand- Here This Week
ard. 18-21-tf

Mr. M. G. Gibbons, one of Tampa's

prominent and successful attorneys, Wait and see what values you can get
arrived in Orlando yesterday after-

'Wir noon and is spending today in the for $1050 and $885
city looking after professional mat-
ters and greeting old acquaintances.

Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
/ou. 8-12-tf

JUST RECEIVED CAR Mrs. I. N. Lane is in Orlando with

LOAD OF her sister, Mrs. B. Quiet, who is ill San Juan Garage CompanyOrlando .
in St. Luke's hospital. Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon N. Keen and two children

went to Orlando Monday for a visit Daytona
Touring with relatives.-Fort Meade Leader.

Deposit your Savings Checks and
$482.00 Delivered let them earn 4 per cent. interest for ,
you. 8-12-ti

Mrs.Chas. Rybolt, who has been ....g , '...III..GII\.II.I.I..II..I.I. .. . .11..
J F. G. RUSH spending some time with relativesand

friends in Cincinnati, Ohio, " 1111
32 East Church Street Phone 226 reached home Thursday evening over

met the Atlantic in Jacksonville Coast by Line.Mr. Rjbolt.She was Who Will Be Your Executor? I

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J.Jeans and son, Your estate may be materially impaired as a
Jack, arrived in Orlando yesterdayand direct result of the appointment of an executoror
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will remain here until the first trustee.

....11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.I of October. They are from Atlanta, When an individual is appointed

Ga., and are simply taking a vacation .
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress which they are enjoying very much.A The financial responsibility is generally

correctly. is usually provided in wills that the person
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer shall be excused
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into little cash will buy a lot of goods I nominated to serve as executor
society. McLaughlin & Furen's sale, corner from giving bonds. '
Pine street and
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will 9-9-3t Orange avenue. When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense -
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. 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 Rev. C. T. Douglas, pastor of the : rity against loss is provided.
gentility. Baptist church at Winter Park, has I When a Trust Company is selected-
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each returned from a very pleasant vaca- financial responsibility -
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No tion of several months spent in the : The positive advantage strong
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings New I is secured.A .:yat
England States and
alike.If will fill his
exactly bond which has behind it the entire financial
pulpit at both the
morning and
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. even- filed with I
of the Institution is always
If you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you ing services Sunday. strength r
the Probate Court at nn rn..t to the estate. k __
will get some "pointers. If you have "tried and lost, the Evans
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come DoctorsBilekillasler Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue
in and be sociable. .
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. of this newspaper. li

Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and & Brundage i .+

China Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell OSTEOPATHS Come in any time and freely ask for further
Work, anything artistic.
Personal instruction under information this vitally important subject.
Dr. Stall on '
Original designing done for special platinum work. F '
at Kirksville, Mo. welcome, and our officers are al-
You always
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good workat sensible 132 S. Orange Ave.. Above Peot- B t are
prices. National Bank. Phnn 578 :tways glad to

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

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Lillian BledsoeGRADUATE MASSEUSE I :: Orlando, Florida

Headquarters Standard Barber Shop :

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

Shampooing.Neck :
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