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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 12, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME. THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1915. NUMBER 183.
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. RUSSIAN CABINET RESIGNS AND NEW






ONE FACES MANY REFORM PROBLEMSNEW




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MUNITIONS CABINET PROBLEMS AND TO DEFE1SE SOLVE- STATE OEPT. WILL TIE ACTION IN'''Fire New Threatens York VillA KillS GENERAL[ [ URBINA






PLAN NEW POLICY FOR FINLAND NUMBER OF SIMILAR, OUMBA- CASES CityNew WHO TOOK $$500,000 BRIBE[



Autonomy for Poland; Amnestyfor EARLY ACTION EXPECTED York Sept. 11.-A fyre start-

Political Defenders and OJ.XLCO. CONTRACT ing tonight in the Famous Playersfilm I -

TOWARDS REMOVALOF studio threatens to destroy several TRUSTED LEADER IS AC-
Measures for Internal MEN WILL FIGHT
VON blocks. 6,000,000
WITH HAND EXPIRES CUSED OF PLANNING
Reforms Fire alarms have been turned in.

PAPENHEMS People living within three blocks of FORBRITAINENGLAND TOJOINCARRANZAWild

Petrograd, Sept. .-The Russian COMPANY WILL MAINTAIN PAGE SENDING the fire have been forced to leave

cabinet resigned today and a coalition their homes because of the heat. _
SEPARATE ICE DELIV- RUMORS ASSASSINATION OF VillA
cabinet will be formed in its stead.
Will Prove That Papen Used WILL DESTROY
Some of the former ministers who ERY DEPARTMENTHand BASEBALL RESULTS
PRUSSIAN MILITARISM: ,
have posts in the old cabinet will Offensive LanguageOtherOfficials Reports Flying in Washington -

have charge of the reorganization of Will Devote Time and Also May Southern League SAYS LONDONER
of Dis-
the cabinet, which is expected to Labor to Development of Mobile 1-3, Atlanta 4-4. Disposed by
Have to Go
bring with it an increase in repre- Ice Cream and Cold Memphis 0-0, Chattanooga 6-3. Dr. Dixon States That Huge patch to the Villa

sentatives by ten, five of whom are to Birmingham 5-2, New Orleans 0-2; Army Will Soon Be in Con-
"Agency
BusinessOn Washington Sept. 11.-Early action
come from the duma, which follows Storage second nine innings darkness.
dition to Render Act-
by the state department is expected
the demand of a majority of the Nashville 3, Little Rock 4.
page two of today's Sentinel is looking to the recall of Capt. Von ive Service Washington Sept. 11.The Villa
duma consisting of liberal and progressive :National League
an announcement from the Orlando Papen, on the ground that he is guiltyof agency here this afternoon announcedthat
members for a number of i Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2.
Water and Light Company to the effect indiscretions similar to those which New York, Sept. .-The Rev. A. it had received information that
reforms among which seven are New York 0, Cincinnati 4. .
that the contract between that demanded the recall of Austrian Am- C. Dixon formerly pastor of the Hanson -
chiefly prominent.The Boston 8, Chicago 1. General Villa has caused the execu-
company and the Orlando Ice Com- bassador Dumba.Department Place Baptist church Brooklyn,
purpose is to make the cabineta Brooklyn 1, St. Louis 2. I tion of General Urbina for acceptinga
pany having expired that the Orlando officials,however makeit but now head of the Charles Haddon
representative body more closely Water and Light Company will here- plain that action in this case is de- American League Spurgeon tabernacle, London, said tobe bribe of $500,000 to go over to the
co-operative. Detroit New York 3.
4f
after assume the ownership and con- pendent upon the authenticity of cer- the largest Baptist church in the Carranza cause. Previous to the announcement -
Reforms that are demanded with Chicago 4. Boston 5. I
trol of the ice delivery.For tain language, offensive to certain of- world, yesterday denied there was of the rumors
;
the reorganization will include am- St. Louis 8-9, Philadelphia 4-4. agency
the past two and one-half ficials of the United States, alleged to any apathy in England.Dr. I were flying about Washington that
nesty for political and religious- Cleveland 4, Washington 5.
fenders, autonomy for Poland stepsto years the Orlando Ice Company has hive been written by Capt. Von Federal League Dixon, who is in Brooklyn to i Villa had been assassinated.The .
been managed by II. E. Hand. He Papen. Proof is expected almost daily officiate at the marriage of his Villa declared that its
remove the disabilities of Jews, a Pittsburgh 1-1. Brooklyn 5-2. agency
sold and distributed the ice which from Ambassador Page in London daughter, Clara Louise, to Dr. Frank dispatch about Urbina's execution disposed -
conciliatory policy for Finland enlargement Baltimore 1, Chicago 2.
was manufactured and sold to him by who has mailed photographic copiesof Howard Richardson said:
of the rumor that Villa had
t of the rights of labor, including Newark 5, St. Louis 12.
the Orlando Water and Lght Com- Capt. Von Papen's letters. "England will soon have an army
the fostering of labor union Buffalo 2, Kansas City 0. been slain, as the execution of Urbina
workers interests and an agreementby pany. When he took the contract he The state department is about to of 6,000,000 trained soldiers. The attitude took place at San Bernardino, in the

added considerably to the general take action also in the case of Alexander of every Englishman toward state of Chihuahua.
the government and duma upon MAX WIIO SLEW PEGOUD DROPS
bills for supplying munitions and pro- equipment for delivery and under his Huber Von Perekod, the Aus- TRIBUTE TO HIM the ghastly" problem' is that England Urbina a rich land owner, who suffered -
management the hundreds of Orlando trian consul general at New York, must fight it out. I have been a severe defeat by the Carran-
for
Tiding defense and measures for
secured excellent service. who is charged with laughed at for saying that if France,
internal reforms. I patrons I I approving a Belfort France.-A German aero- zistas a few days ago, had been one
Yesterday his contract having expired trike plan which caused the requestfor Russia and Italy were overwhelmed I I'I of Villa' most trusted and able gen-
at '
height
plane flying a great
----- ---- appeared -
:Mr. Hand sold all his ice the recall)) of Dumba. It probably the war, so far as England is concerned erals. .
HAM OMELETTE A SOBERER last evening over Chavannes, 'I
ment back to the Orlando eqUiP-1 will be disposed of by cancellation of an Alsatian village on the old fron- would just begin. The British The state department late this afternoon -

Atlantic City N. J.-A new sober- Light Company. .I his excquateur. tier. The aviator dropped a wreath i navy is so superior to that of Ger- : received confirmation of the

ing process that eliminates the both- i In the future Mr. Hand will devote Officials say this disposition of which bore the inscription: many that there is no fear of her execution of General Urbina. ,

ersome Turkish bath and rub has his time and labor exclusively to the these two cases will leave the secre- "To Pegoud who died like a hero, colonies ever being taken or her trade General Villa went to Urbina's ;

been discovered here. It is a ham development of the ice cream manu- tary of state and attorney general from his adversary." seriously impaired. headquarters yesterday.The .

omelette. It was recommended to Re- facturing and cold storage business. free to deal with a number of persons The noted French aviator Adolphe "Great Britain will not think of negotiating execution, according to the
He has of the finest ice who are said to have been Involved in for until Prussian
corder E. C. Gaskill today as a sure one cream Pegoud while making a reconnaissance peace state department advices, took place
bet by Robert E. Kline of Camden. factories in the state and his ice the conspiracy in one way or an- recently near Petite Croix was: militarism is crushed, Belgium re today.
cream maufacturer is an expert. If other. stored France and Russia evacuatedby
"Yer honor, if I could have got to killed by a German aviator, whom he
that ham omelette I started after I Mr. Hand meets with the same suc- attacked. Germany, and the world assuredof MRS. RUSSELL SAGE IS 87.

wouldn't be in police court today cess in the ice cream business whichhe FIVE BIG BATTLESHIPS TO GO permanent tranquility."

charged with getting soused" declared did in the ice business he will have' INTO DRY DOCK AT BROOKLYN WRIGHT ESTATE $974,371 New York.-Mrs. Russell Sage was

. Kline when arraigned for in- the entire state at his feet before' NAVY YARD AT THE METHODIST CHURCH 87 years old yesterday. A few friends

toxication. "If yer foot ever slips many months. He will also conduct an New York.-William J. Campbell, TODAY called with congratulations at. her _

"and you get a few over yer limit, extensive coal business, having the New York.-Officers at the Brooklyn appraiser for the state comptroller, summer home in Lawrence, L. I., but

Judge, try a ham omelette. It's a largest coal yards in South Florida. navy yard believe that Secretary reported to the surrogate yesterdaythat Corner Main and Jackson streets. there was no formal celebration.'

sure cure." The termination of Mr. Hand's and Daniels is testing the capacity and J. Howard Wright, once purchasing John B. Ley pastor. Following her birthday custom she

"Bob, you've made a wonderful dis- the Orlando Water and Light Com- efficiency of the one big dry dock in agent for the Standard Oil company The pastor will occupy his pulpitat .sent checks for about $60,000 to va-

covery. There are a lot of folks you pany's contract yesterday will in no the yard big enough to hold a modern left a gross estate of $1,049,133. the hours for morning and evening rious institutions in Syracuse her native -

might help out; I'm going to suspend manner interfere with the general battleship. Orders have come from Debts and expenses reduced the net worship. At 11 a. m. le will discuss i city. Tie Y. M. C. A. and the

sentence," said the court. delivery efficiency of the product in Washington to prepare to receive the to $974,371. "What a Man Sees With His Eyes I Y. W. C. A. were remembered to the

Orlando. Plans for the permanent battleships Wyoming, Texas, Arkansas Shut. At night the command "Thou amount of $10,000 each. Other bene-

PARKWAY IMPROVEMENTS ON organization of the ice delivery intoa Utah and Florida on October 1. REV. GUILD TO PREACH AT Shalt Not Kill," will' claim his atten- ficiaries included the Syracuse Home

ROBINSON AVENUE separate department of the Orlando and to have all five ready to sail fourteen OCOEE TODAY tion. The choir has arranged some association, the Onondaga Orphan

Water and Light Company will be an- days later.It good music: at each service. Your wel- asylum, the Good Shepherd hospital

Although the paving on East Rob- nounced later, as stated in the an- will be the first time that an effort Rev. J. E. Guild will preach at come will be cordial your presence and Syracuse university.

nison avenue has not been completed nouncement on page two. has been made to dock five dread- Ocoee today at both the morning and appreciated.Bible .

the -property- owners are already. noughts within such a short time. I I evening services. Rev. Guild is an school 9:45 a. m. As good as DANIELS WANTS MORE MIDDIES

cleaning up the parkways and other- PEARY OFFERS HIS AID TO U. S. The Wyoming will be the first to ar interesting speaker ;:nd both services the best and eminently worth while toI I f

wise inyroving the appearance of the DEFENSE rive. will no doubt be well attended. those who love fine music and the I Washington D. C.-Secretary oQ}

street. ----. study of God's Word under -pleasant the Navy Daniels will recommend to

Among the first to get the clean-up Portland, Me. -Robert E. Peary instruction. congress that the number of midshipmen -

fever were E. R. Hotaling an dC. P. who was retired by act of congress Sub Tropical Mid Winter Fair Young people will meet in a devo- in the naval academy be increased -

Dow both gentlemen having graded with the rank of rear admiral in rec- tional vesper service at 6:45 p. m. to capacity. That would

their parkways and set out grass ognition of his announced discoveryof Will Be A Big Affair This Year Come and let them give you the glad mean the appointment of practically

which will in a short time,transform the North Pole in 1909 has offered hand and a pleasant hour. 300 more midshipmen than will' be enrolled -

the appearance of the parkways. his services to the navy departmentfor I I I This Week this fall, or about 1,200.
any duty he be called to I Tuesday-Ladies' Sewing Circle 3
may on
The biggest thing that ever hap- :Volusia with her cattle celery and
perform.It m., with Mrs. S. H. Atha.
pens in a family is the birth of a : field crops; Lake with her fruits, p.
GIBBONS WINS BIG BOUT was learned today that he had Wednesday Midweek 7:30p.
prayer F FEARS R S HAZINGSUICIDES'Vm.
baby. If there is anything bigger it vegetables, eve., and all of them show- .
written to Secretary Daniels offeringto m., topic, "Our Approaching Re-
is the birth of twins triplets or quad- : ing the very finest specimens oil "
vival.
take the
necessary physical exam- ruplets. And if such a thing were I oranges lemons grapefruit limes
Landed the Only Clean Blows of ination and perform services EvangelisticThe .
17 of
McMurray Atlanta
any possible five babies at one time wouldbe I pineapples and other fruits, household ,
which be required of him in the pastor has closed arrangementswith
the Bout and Gets Decisionby may so extraordinarily big that it would supplies domestic displays, man- Kills Self'Rather Than Face
development of the for Rev. Walt Holcomb of Nash-
a Shade in the program national raise the roof from the mansion. ufactured goods art and school prog- Entrance to Georgia
defense and military and naval I ville, Tenn., one of the best known
TenthBy The original Orange County Fair
preparedness. ress.Can evangelists in the South, for assist- University
of a few years ago was thought to bea you beat it? No it can not
ance in a series of evangelistic meet-
Jack Curley ROBBER MAKES $43 HAUL big thing and it was. When Semi- be beat in the state, with due regardto ings which will begin on the morningof Atlanta Ga., Sept. .-In terrorof

Brighton Beach L. I., Sept. 11.- nole county joined and it became a all the other coming fairs, for October 10th, and contniue for two the hazing which he expected to

While the ten round exhibition was Early yesterday morning a burglar twin affair the folks went a bit off there is no part of Florida better weeks or more. have to undergo on entrance to college -

very poor from the spectators' viewpoint broke his way into the office of R. II. their heads with excitement. When suited to the production of these I I I Wm. McMurray, 17 years old

Gibbons landed the few clean White, at his home, 113 South Magnolia that was added to by Volusia county things than the region comprised DEATH OF MAITLAND WOMAN committed suicide, and was found

blows that were landed. This gives I avenue and left $45 better off and Osceola county everybody went within these five richly favored coun- LAST :NIGHT I dead lying across his bed with a bul-

him a shade the best of the decision. :than he had entered. The roll of bills "crazy." Now what will it be when ties.We I. let through his temple and a revolver

had been left in a strong box, in Mr Orange, Seminole Volusia, Osceola want more people greater Miss Grace E. Stone, of Maitland grasped in his hand.

BEEMAN PARTY AVERAGE 18 I White's desk, Friday afternoon he and Lake counties give birth to the wealth producers, and more winter Fla., died in Orlando last night after McMurray expected to enter Geor-

MILES PER HOUR FOR I having received it as rental from one biggest production of the state of visitors. Then let the people of these I a lingering illness. Miss Stone moved gia University next week.
Florida! counties vie with each other in Maitland about
2,000 MILESA of his tenants too late in the afternoon get- a year ago with
to deposit in the bank. Think of the wonderful possibilities ting together an abundant assort- I her parents from Woodbury, N. J. A. M. STARBIRD SELLS HIS

card written from Boston to Leon I The robber had little trouble in securing wrapped up in this great enter- ment of products. Let there also bea I She leaves a mother and father, Mr. i ORANGE CROP ,

3. Fort, of the San Juan Garage the.cash after having effected prise! Five kindred counties joinedin feeling of cordial competition.Let I and Mrs. M. A. Stone; one sister,

from Ed. Beeman states that his I an entrance into the office, as the exploiting the splendid products us get ready full early; make i Mrs. Rose Chapman, of Maitland; two A. M. Starbird has contracted his

party, in the first 2,000 miles of their keys to the strong box were in one of contained in each similar in some respects selections right now; plan for some- I sisters Miss Lillian Stone and Mrs.F. 1915 crop of oranges for a price that

trip have averaged 18 miles per hour. the desk drawers. and yet varied-osceola with thing worth while, and show the most B. Holmes, of Woodbury N. J. insures a good profit. They were sold .

The Beeman party left Orlando some her stock. grasses and garden truck; inquisitive "Yankee" and the most Interment will be in Maitland cem- to an Orlando party. The orange

days ago for New England makingthe Purchase school books and supplies Orange with her field truck patch, doubtful citizen from Missouri that etery, Monday at 10 o'clock. Ham- crop this year is not as large as last

entire trip in their big Packard and naval stores; Seminole with her our Five-County-Section registers mand & Gore .have charge of all ar- I year and buyers are consequently giv

it car. avenue. celery, vegetables and farm products; "A-l. rangements. ing better prices.-Apopka News.I' .


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j I I I PHONE 72 I'. O. BOX 414
$1,000 LYKLtI1EN1 jI Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER

I PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERTerms

rT_ CUPBOARD jI Reasonable

Will buy a choice building lot in Dr. I

C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus WHEN USING LAMB. Miss Mabel DurhamRoom
grove on North Orange avenue over- ANNOUNCEMENTTO '

looking Lake Ivanhoe. There are I No. 9 Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"HAS
LUNCHEON MKMU.
only 4 lots to be sold at the price. Casserole of Lamb \\ith Vegetables THE PUBLIC: I DAVIS & MCNEIL BUILDING

The bricked street splits the ]lots, Church Street "
We beg to announce that our
IJoio] Potatoes.eairry I
which will have a frontage of 62 feet
Salad
by 150 feet depth on the east side of Cocoa Brown Betty. contract with the Orlando IceCompany ---- --- -
OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
the street, and a frontage of 62 feet having terminated we
running back about 100 feet to the A. B. Cook & Co.
for lamb, served In ways will on Sunday, September 12th: ,
lake on the west side of the street, RECIPES ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST
luncheon and
> for tea. 1915; assume ownership and
,
making 2 lots for the price of one, bere Christ Building, Orlando.
FIIestt"d :
are :
and the price is fully 25 per cent. Casserole art Lam and Vegetable control of the ice delivery.To ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.

less than the real value. Each lot on Take two |*,unds neck of lamb one avoid possible temporary

the east side of the street has about ounce butter or drippings, one onion inconvenience to our patrons the INVESTMENTS, LOANS
20 budded trees. The stock, teacupful one
large bearing one green peas
business will for the present be
ground is high and sightly. Building dozen small (carrots two or three turnips STOCKS AND
restrictions will protect the home and seasoning. Melt the butter In conducted :from the offices of, Phone 204
the casserole and fry the onion slightly.Cut BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
builder. The owner has cut the price the Orlando Ice Company, where I
tbe lamb Into neat pieces and fry .
guarantee to make a quick down town sales will be
upon my these also. Cuter with stock and allowto a room -
sale. There is like it in the
nothing
simmer for one and a half hours. maintained as heretofore.We .
city today for price and location. Call Add the vegetables tbe last half: hour.
will honor all ice tickets
me up by phone or come, to the office. These should be cut into neat cubes!
:My time and auto are at your service.- and strips. Thicken the gravy Just'before issued by the Orlando Ice Company Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

Only 4 lots to be sold at this price. serving with a tablej oonful of all tickets not paid for be-
flour smoothed! free from lumps with a
little cold water. Sprinkle the top with ing payable to us. DIRECTORS AND EMIULMERSReal ..

u little .h"I'11t'I1| parsley and serve in Plans for the permanent or-

E. C. YoungRoom the casserole ganization of the ice delivery

This For Luncheon. Values Low Prices
10, McXeill & Davis Block. Lamb In IP.-Prepare an aspic into a separate department in

Phone 569. Jelly in the IIMKI! in.mner. Pour a por our business will be announced COMPARE

tion of it m the bottom of a plain mold
and decunite the bottom and sides later.We
propose to furnish our
with evenly cut slices 1 of hard boiled pa- OUR FURNITUREWe
eggs, sprigs of parsley and slices of trons with pure ice manufac-
BANSCHBACNjCabinet
lamb: then fill tbe mold with the re- tured
from
distilled
.... water, provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
1I:' ----- --- maining aspic and set on ice until firm.
Turn out on a chilled platter and surround backed up by courteous and efficient by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

MakerDoors with lemon cups filled with new service, and respectfully an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .

I Peas moistened: with French dressing.: solicit can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
your support.
Stuffed Lamb.-When buying a leg of stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
Screens, Porch; Swings, lamb as;k the butcher to remove the ORLANDO WATER AND .
bone so that a pocket Is left to stuff.It LIGHT COMPANY.TOO .
Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases -
does not roast so dry as tbe shoulder -
Folding Card Tables, Cedar and is in many ways a better cut McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- of meat. A good stuffing is made as

tals, etc. Also Repair Work. follows: Take stale bread and moisten Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
with hot water until it is soft pouring

All Work Guaranteed off the water. Add a well beaten egg.salt I
pepper and aRe to taste. Fill" the
cavity and sew it up. Bake for an hour
12 E. Church St. Phone 417 -------- -
or two according to size.
LATE TO CLASSIFY 1111111111111111111' 11111111111111111111111111111111.
--< A Novel Stew. Specials for Satur-

Lamb Stew With Vegetables.-Take BUGGY FOR SALE A
I strong top
two pounds of lamb, two quarts of buggy, in excellent condition; rea- day and MondayBest
canned string beans and one pound of sonable price. 202 East Robinson ave-
What do you canned tomatoes. Take beans and cut nue. 9-1-1tc SUGAR\ COFFEE HAMS
in four pieces Ilong section and cross
hope form in a section); cut the meat in small pieces, FIRST CLASS BOARD and rooms at Patent Flour ,
reasonable rates nice location. Mrs.
wash it first and then put In your cook O. T. Priddy, 301; S. West street. 12 pound sack for __________50c

varnish ? ink pan; add four glasses of water and 9-12-31 24 pound sack for --_______$1.00 Saturday and Monday
cook until it is half don-: then put your
3 cans Pork and Beans ________25c
string: bean" in it and lour good sized WHEN YOU WANT any carpenterwork
onions cut into small pieces; then cut repairs on your house, sleep- Tall pink Salmon, per can________lOc

your tomatoes and put in; put on ing porch, screens, etc., call at Tracy's 3 cans Soup -----______________23c
ATE enough dot water to cover and let cook Carpenter Shop, 18 East Church St. Meal, Grits and Scratch Feed
until well done; you can salt to suit 9-12-Gt* 16 pounds Sugar for ___________________________$1.00 \ \
9 pounds for -----_________23c
taste. When cooked mix and serve.
t.1 f I ON St. l..ouis.-Rabbi Zacharia Rosen- C packages Pearline for _________23c Hams, per pound ________________________________18c ; |

7 bars Lenox Soap for __________25c
UIJTROi4RL7SffEj feld, an authority on Talmudic ]law Coffee, per pound ___________________-__________15c ; ;
died here last night. 7 packages 5c. size Washing

Powder for ________________23c Coffee, per pound ___________________-' __________20c
Fancy Peaches and Prunes 2
Advertise in the Morning: Sentinel pounds for -____________,____25c 6 pounds of good Bulk Coffee for_________________1.00 !
-- ,
WKfrIIENCUPBOARD Kingham Sugar Cured Hams,

Breakfast and smoked Bacon

When you buy varnish for your / 7 '. FORD TIRES per pound -______________18c WE GIVE. TRADING CHECKS:
lr floors you hope that it will improvethe -- Tomato Catsup, 25c. size for _____20c

appearance of those floors and Irish Potatoes per peck _________25c

that it will be durable. BANANA DESSERTS. Apple Jelly, per glass ___________lOc
Unfortunately much that is sold for make convenient winter
floor varnish won't realize that hope BANANAS. They are easUy preKircd Front $6.75 Our Grocery Company

for you.Lawson's. [ and delicious. Tbe addition Honest Weights and Measures .

Lustro Elastic Floor Varnish I of lemon juut oranges, grape fruit or Two Phones: 3 and 200
has a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is the fruit flavors from canned fruits Rear $8.25 "
easily applied because it works easily. It
is unequalled for durability and will not make it possible to vary the dessertsto 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla. '
scratch white It dries absolutely dust. suit the taste.These. Cash Grocery Co. ,
JACKSON AND
free in from five to seven hours and gets
hard in twenty-four hours. GOODI
Are Tart. ORANGE AVENUE Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.
As for economy. Lustro has a covering Lemon .In8nas.-Take four large, i
that is wonderful.
capacity
ripe bananas slice in a glass dish and 1111.111111111111111111..II.elllllllllllllllllllfl.CAREY .
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor
Varnish at our risk returnable If unsatis- squeeze the juice of a lemou over
fac.ory. them. Then add one gill of water anda
Made by Valentine & Co. half cupful of sugar. Let stand half Beds! Beds Beds !

an hour in a cold place before serving.
Manufacturers of Sliced Bananas With Cranberries.Take .-

sTALSPAR and cranberries two bananas, one-fourth one cupful cupful strained sugar In Bright New Patterns HANDFUNERAL

VAL-EXAMEL and one cupful of water. Boil sugar
and water for five minutes, add cranberries -
!. I remove from the fire and cooL DIRECTORAND

Skin scrape and slice tbe bananas Into
All to be had at Ice cream glasses<< or a glass bowl and EMBALMERAll

FINLEVS PIONEER PAINT strain the cranberries over top.
Bananas: : and Grapetrult.-SUce and
STORE
chill bananas. Then place In tall
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. glasses cover thickly with powderedsugar calls answered Promptly Dayor l

and pour over them the juice of

grapefruit.: Let them stand an hour or Night. Hand Block.
Get Behind a ItCW'eUincJ more before serving If possible. No r
cream or lemon will be required with

cnvand I this dessert. Orlando Florida.PHONE .
,
Flavored With Fruit Juice.

enjoy a really cool/&y, sweet I Banana Cream With Raspberry Now Is The Timeto 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
smoke The Wellington Pipe won'tboil .Iuce.-P'el and crush two large bananas .
won't get foul. add two teaspoonfuls lemon
Mode III juice and two-thirds cupful of powdered at
AmericaCome sugar I teat thoroughly. Beat select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter. t

in sad. white of one egg: until light and fluffy. a
pickrarfa Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
1 .onte J a c Add one-third cupful of grated cocoanut -
25c.3)JOe..up. v fold in one-half: pint of heavycream low A call will convince
surprising prices. you.
beaten until stiff and serve cold. '
r To make the sauce, thicken one cup- AUTO ASUING STATION

ful of ra-pllt"tTjui with one teaspoonful -
arrowroot and sweeten to

I Say All: ta>te.Bananas. Filled With Cream.Remove OSCAR HAND & SON THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

one section of tbe peel from as

You want to see this new many bananas as are to be served. REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic
Take out the pulp and forre through Complete Home Furnishers
package Spider is introducing to vegetable ricer For ?is bananas allow Known as "The Handy Man."

one cupful |n>wdered sugar; one cup-
the market-its the swellest
ful of thick cream, one-tnlrd cupful
thing out in the way of little of sweet milk beaten together and one Rollins College Winter ParkOldest WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-
of lemon Fill the
tablespoonful juice. chine parts. Work guaranteed.
Cigars. banana skins and put on the section
College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,
that removed.
was Set tbe stuffed fruit
GASOLINE AND OIL
See him at theGood In a tin pail put on cover und pack In Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus-

equal parts salt and Ice. After being iness, Teachers' Course.

packed one and one-half boars they Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym- Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
Kill be ready to sene.kdJ.t nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of I
and Bad music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemicaland
physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
Cigar StoreOrange soils, fertilizers, foods water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde- Sentinel Want Ads Get
nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue Results
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4 SHIP FAMINE IN ANTIPODESLondon.Communications SECOND PLATTSBURG CAMP ON BRASS BUTTONS NO MORE

are now Plattsburg, N. Y.-The second London.The grenadiers and some
passing daily between the colonial training camp for business and pro- of the other guard battalions are( .
governments and Whitehall respect- fessional men who would like to pre- now giving up the brass letters on
ing the shortage of ships. Similar pare to help defend their country their sholder straps and wearing in- I
urgent requests have been received started today and will continue until stead the name of their regiment
from both Australia and New Zea- October 7.Captain. worked in cotton on cloth, as the men
land, and once more the utilization of I Dorey, commander of the of the royal flying corps have always "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
interned. German steamers has been' camp, and other United States army done. The guards are also to have
recommended. Five of these vessels I officers were enthusiastic today in the brass buttons on their tunics replaced -
have already been allocated to the discussing the fall crop of "rookies." with bone buttons, and the Unless Budded from A Bear-
frozen meat trade, but the premier of The Captain believes they will makeas practice may be extended throughoutthe
New Zealand states that there are wonderful progress in their monthof army.
still two million carcasses of frozen hard work here as did the first The soldiers will not be at all sor- ing Tree of Known Qualityand

mutton awaiting shipment. camp, just ended. ry, as they have to expend a good
Larg numbers of men have been Most of the recruits arrived hereon deal of elbow grease in keeping the of Produc-
thrown out of employment, and seri- a special train from New York brass shiny. The change is being Quantity
ous loss is threatened by the city. As at the first camp, they must made not because England is running
ble demands on the capacity impossi-I I day for their equipment and also for short of brass, but because experience : tion."--O. W. ConnerIn
cold storage. The butter trade ofNew I I their board, which is about 50 cents a has shown that the metal shines in',
Zealand and Australia is simi- day. the sunlight, and catches the eye of
larly affected, and disaster threatensthe the enemy's snipers.ST. I
farmers there. The Board of RUSSIANS HAVE NEW "VODKA"
Trade is arranging for the release of PETE EXPENSES TOO ELAS- five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-

several steamers usually engaged in Stockholm, Sept. 10.-Prohibition TIC, THEY SAY onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
the Argentine trade to come to the is evidently not a complete successin brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
relief of the southern colonies. St. Petersburg, Fla.-Expenditure I
Russia. The "Novoe
Vremya" reports -
does The United States Government made
that secret distilleries out of the general expense fund of pay. experiments by
ALL RUSSIA PRAYS TIIESE DAYS have been discovered many in the provinceof the city for the fiscal year ending Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
FOR VICTORY Astrakhan. For some time a great June 30, 1916, must be held to the published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to

increase of drunkenness was noticedin estimate, $162,000, according to state- the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propaga-
Petrograd.-Three days of fasting the province and a majority of the ments made today by the city com ted from a parent of true merit.
and praying for victory began Sep- population seemed to be continuallyunder missioners. The commissioners made
tember 8 throughout all the Russias. the influence of liquor. An investigation up a budget showing the estimated To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
No musical instrument may be playednor was started, with the re- income that goes to the general expense a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
any entertainment of whatever sult that within a few days about fund and the estimated ex been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-

nature given. Work, including the thirty "moonshine" stills were found.In cial penses.purposes The ,other such funds as parks are ,for adver-spe- vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.
all important labor in munition fac- these secret distilleries a new kind
tising and library, interest and sink- Planter, you be sure ;you buy your trees from the known source,
manufactured whichis
tories, will continue as usual. of whiskey was
ing fund and kindergarten. the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where tree is budded from
The holy synod of the Russian church far stronger than the ordinary every a pa-
The Holy Synod of the Russian "vodka." One of the ingredients used rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
for its is snuff. JAPS TO BUILD RUSSIAN RAILWAY -
Church selected the production
today as begin-
write and will it
You can your own guarantee we sign so
ning of this fast because it is the an-
great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
niversary of the liberation from the INVENTS NEW WIRE TANGLE
Mongols. In 1395 the great Tamer- Berlin.-The Berliner Tageblaatsays bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single

lane, conquerer of almost all Asia, led London.-Wire entanglements, as : bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
his fierce and barbarous hordes almost "The Russian government has
everyone knows, are of vital impor- con- CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
to the gates Moscow and was cluded an agreement with the Japanese -
tance in the defense of a trench, and
is be in first letter. Address
to
turned back on September 8, in a san- much importance is attached to the government whereby the latter grove planted your
guinary conflict. The memories of success of a new invention, the work undertakes to provide Russia with a
the horrors of Tamerlane's incursion of a young officer of a line regimentwho daily supply of 50,000 shells from
persist among the Russian people to was wounded early in the war. September 1. It is also reported that Ocklawaha Nurseries
this day. During his convalescence he evolved Japanese engineers have been en-
the ideas which have culminated in trusted with the construction of a
o. "". CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, FloridaOR
narrow gauge railway from Vladivostok -
Lake City, Fla.-The opening of one of the most complicated and effective -
to Irkutsk. This would
forms of defensive wire serve more
the high and grammar schools on entanglements -
in existence.One particularly for the transport of mu-
:Monday morning was ushered in witha
large crowd of students, quite a of the features of the inventionis nitions." G. G. Wright, AgentS
number in excess of the number last that by an automatic arrangmentthe
year. wiring can be erected in an incredibly You'll hear a man say "No, it YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
short time. The Germans doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals -
have more than once found the en- to too small a class of people."
A REAL NECESSITYNo
tanglements perfect puzzles, and they And yet when the same man loses I
resist shell fire to the last strand. his bunch of keys he rushes to the
individual with anything to sell with "Lost" ad, although -I
Each strand of wire is independently newspaper a
or trade can successfully find a buyeror attached to its support. he knows that in the whole I
trader without the aid of the Sen- I wide world there is only one person ,
tinel want ads. Remember that its An ad. in the Morning Sertinel is a who can possibly be influenced by his
circulation represents five-sixths of cafe investment .I[,"Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it? I

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DAILY u. S. AcriG"Tr I-IX--- erable situation, and has ended it ina !

IGIITS. manner that reflects the highest -e
South Florida Sentinel SIDELIGHTS3y
And now some of the pissimists believe credit upon himself, upon the gov-

MORNING AND WEEKLY the United States will be ernment of the United States and W. S. Branch.
*. ::. GLENN .....................Editor "
" C ESSI.NGTOX .....BainM Manager plunged into an immediate war with upon the American people.
Germany and Austria because the ad- o NEI
Entered at the poatoffice at Orlando. Flor- Mr. J. L. Guernsey, himself quite a I II GOODS
Ida as second Class Mail Matter. ministration has had the stamina to TWO REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY I
I golf enthusiast, gives it as his honest I
SUBSCRIPTION: kAT ask that Ambassador Dumba be re- AND OTHER PICTURES
Daily. 1 Year ...... .............. 15."" of opinion that within ten years golf i
Daily 6 Month. ........ ... ........... 2.bra I called. The severance diplomatic JOYLAND TONIGHTA. will be the American instead
Daily. S Month ....... .. .... ..... 1._,) relations with Germany and Austria great game -
Daily 1 Month ........ .... 6" I I'I of baseball.
may be the ultimate outcome of the G. Kent announced last evening'that .4
Weekly 1 Year ........ $1.00 but then I Not on your niblic, Mr. Guernsey.It FOR
'':'''_ '''''' ''' present tense situation a a clever two reel Keystone com-
be the for the
great
may game
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN state of will not necessarily re-
ALL war edy and several other high class pictures
ADVANCETO fathers and grandfathers, but will
sult. will be shown at Joyland this I
not supplant laseball for the restles.
ADVERTISERS: It is a well known fact that Ger- evening. The park is being throngedwith

man agents, propagandists, and official and old these days and is I athletic juniors. The game lacks th.1
Copy for display and all otter hand-art young for
elements
advertUtnc most be handed in at the bniinru representatives have tried to fo- proving a popular recreation spot. allowing young America Monaay yling
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. s, to let off the surplus steam. A con-
the day before publication. Thin rule applies ment rebellion, incite strikes, and The pictures for tonight are exceed-
dition such
to chance for contract advertising: it It sway public opinion by questionable ingly fine and everybody is invited to as inspired 'Casey at the
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Bat" is impossible in golf.
methods in this country for many witness them. 9-12-ltc
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dt eon months. Any other president exceptour -()-
tinned should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be own beloved Woodrow Wilson, Jacksonville city council is advertising -
.
continued at the regular subscription rates who is calm in the face of trouble, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE for bids for the construction of Day by day each of our many departments are being
until notice to stop is received. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Ser-
Telephone Numb-r ...................... 14 would have asked that several Ger- a municipal bathing pool, 40 by 100 augumented by the addition of bright, attractive new
vices at 11 a. m.; subject, "Sub-
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 191;). man and Austrian officials be removed stance." feet in size, and 10 feet deep. That stocks for early fall wear. Already the store is losing its
from the United States. beats Tampa, which has only one
Wednesday evening service at 7:45. aspect of spring and summer and putting on its graver
Dumba's ejection from this country small municipal bath tub in the new
Go to church first, then take your is not a precedent by any means. Recourse Third floor, corner South Orange city hall. But who would care for I air of the fall of the year. You like to see. and admirenew

motor ride. to facts shows that seven diplomats avenue and Church street; entranceon the job of cleansing municipal Jack- fabrics, new creations-Come down Saturday or
Church street.
o have been recalled from the sonville even with forty thousand Monday and feast :your eyes on some of the dainty: con-

Don't forget to read the special Untied States in past years. ST. LUKE'S-()CATHEDRAL- cubic feet of the kind of water they ceptions that fashion tells us will be to the fore for the

automobile section. In 1793 Washington asked for the have in Jacksonville. Nevertheless,
The Very Rev. II. R. Remsen, dean. coming season.
-- recall of the French ambassador, Citizen we should be mighty glad to have. as
Our idea of fool is who Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity.
one
a man
fine
Genet; in 1805; a Spanish minister a bathing pool in Orlando.
with a friend. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
argues was given his passports; in 1809 TARTAN PLADS-
and
o Morning prayer sermon at 11
a British representative charged with Sentinel Want Ads Pay.
There is a tax on stupidity; the bad faith against this country was a. m. Rev. R. P. Cobb, rector of the Will be distinct fm.orites-the new arrivals embrace

smart chaps are tax dodgers.It given free passage home; in 18-19 the Cathedral school, will officiate. almost every combination coloring to harmonize with

o French mnister, M. Pouissin, was recalled MODEL KINDERGARTENSCUOOl the fashionable dual costume of plain material
doesn't take a very bright woman YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed -
because he had been
to dazzle the impudentto an outside service depart- 35c
man. 50c 65c
average Special prices $1.00
the secretary of state; Great Britain ment and is prepared to give you ,
o recalled Minister Crampton in prompt attention. We have a compe-
To get the most news while it is 1855; in 1888 Lord Sackville-West departed tent man who will fit keys, repair MISS LEY, Director

news, read the Morning Sentinel, under orders from President your trunk, or do anything in the repair Opens Monday September 27, SHEPHERD CHECKS-
line. lie is ready to go at your
daily. Cleveland, and in 1898 Dupuy de call now. Just phone :304.: in Primary room, First Methodist Black and white, and magpie effects are already distinct -

o Lome, the Spanish minister, was com- 9-12-lmoc Church. Froebel System, favorites and will be much more so as the sea-

Lives of some statesmen remind us pelled to accept his passports because graded work. Beginners, first son advances. In addition to domestic goods we have

that it is sometimes better to remain he wrote disrespectfully to President Report of the Condition of and second grades, pupils 3 to received importations of genuine West of England

obscure.In IcKinley. TilE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST 7 years of age. Worsteds;, Scotch Merinos and French Llama Wools,

o Dumba is going because he was COMPANY, For particulars phone 221, or in Black and White Shepherds.

due time Ambassador Dumba acting on authority from his home At Orlando, in the State of Florida, call at 14 East Jackson Street,
should be able to decide whether it at the Close of Business after September 1st. 25c 35c 50c
in to disturb Special
prices
government trying
was a mine or a torpedo that wreckedhis September 2, 191;). ,
American labor and to promote disorder -
hopes.-N. Y. World.A in this land of liberty. Dumbawas RESOURCESLoans 1 65c $1.00 $1.25

o on real estate _____$ 60,872.82Loans ,
acting on the advice and ordersof
Thought for Sabbath Morning on collateral secur-
The Cathedral School
Austria in trying to "disorganizeand
"For those who intend to grow a ity other than real estate 147,326.10 GARBADINE CLOTHS-
hold up for months, if not prevent All other loans and dis-
soul fit for the next life, and render _______
counts 193,782.,5Overdrafts :
the manufacture of munitions in uu
The prince of fabrics for tailored suits and separate
some large and enduring service here, _____________ 1,259.67
fifty years is so short a time that he Bethlehem and the Middle West"It United States bonds _____ S.2S8.i: :{ Orlando's Select Boarding and Day skirts-in a fine range of all the new colors.
is time the president, the admin- Stocks of corporations ___ 19,430.00 School for Girls
needs to use every moment of i* istration'and this government crushedthe Banking house, furnitureand 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 Special prices $1.25 $1.50 $1.75
eagerly. Time is long only to the fixtures ____ 40,529.83Olher ,
Teutonic spirit which is trying to uuu Primary, Intermediate and Academic
idlers." real estate __ 1,953.03: I
uu
rule America. The president has Grade;
Claims and other resources 7,184.00Due POPLINSA
o 36-INCH COLORED
planted his heel on one of the Central from incorporatedbanks Also :Music, Art Elocution, Physical -
China, according to reports, has decided _____ ________ 73,177.35
Powers' subtle agents and we u Culture and Domestic Science. new weave, a new weight, finely mercerized, in
not to restore the monarchy, trust the work has started. Checks and exchanges for For Catalogues address the Rector handsome soft tones emphasizing the new sombre
only ,
but to maintain the form of a republic clearing ______________ 2,605.81 .
with the The New York World, which revealed Cash on hand ____uu__ 22,343.13: Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. ;\11.. effects. .rf... ja.ta:
presidency permanent and
the working of Dumba, Von Orlando, Fla.

herediitary.been protesting While against the Colonel Chinafyingthe has Papen and other German agents, believes Total --_LIABILITIES_____________$575,702.42 Special price 35c yardA

United States, Yuan Shi Kai has that better feelings betweenthe Capital stock paid in _100000.00
Central Powers and the United Surplus fund ___________ 35,000.00
been NEW SHIRTING MADRASIn
Rooseveltizing China.-N. Y. -
States will result. Undivided profits (less ex- FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
World. penses and taxes paid) 2,109.09 Soisette Weave-beautifully soft and evenly
"In the
end the president's disposition -
Dividends
o unpaid nnu 40.00 in fine of the hair line effects 32
woven a range new ,
WilY NOT of the Dumba incident will Individual deposits subjectto
STAGE AN
make for a better understanding between check unn___ 217,720.22 inches wide.Specially.
ORLANDO
AUTOMOBILESHOW Time certificates of deposit 80,974.46/
? the United States and Ger- Certified checks _u______ 2,750.00 priced at 25c yard
This would be a good to inaugurate many and Austria. It will clear their Cashier's checks outstand-
the year ," says the World. "Both Berlin ing ___uu________ 2,790.58Due VANILLA
first annual Orlando
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and Vienna have had to learn that to incorporated banks 102.50 FRENCH ALBATROSSThe
Automobile Show. Such a show could Savings deposits _n_____ 134,215.57Bills TUTI FRUTI -
the United States is nation. Ilith-
be staged the first part of November a payable none genuine Roubaix make-made of fine staple
erto they have regarded it as a congeries Notes and bills rediscounted none GUAVAICE
or it could be held at the Fair of European immigrants of All other liabilities __n__ none yarns of pure Merino Wools in colors of Rose, Ciel,
Grounds during the Subtropical Mid- CREAMS. Cardinal, Black and Cream.Special e

winter Fair, which will hold forth various races and conflicting senti- Total ___--_--____--__$575,702.42
ments who were to be dealt with as State of Florida, price 59c .
February 15 to 19. There might be .fre
pro-German or pro-British, as the County of Orangess.I .
some objection to the latter
plan, as case might be. The pro-German ele- Geo. E. Nolan, cashier of the
the Fair is jointly supported by four above named bank, do solemnly swear KIMONA FLANNELSIn
ment has been stimulated to forth AUTO LUNCHESA -
other counties, and an Orlando Auto- put that the above statement is true to
mobile Show might not be sanctionedby all its influence and all its effort in the best of my knowledge and belief. SPECIALTYCLUB a splendid range of new colorings and new floral

the Fair officials, or might not behalf of the Teutonic alliance. No Correct-Attest Geo. E. NOLAN, Cashier. effects. Just the very thing for yourself and the
:
obligations of sort to the United
prove acceptable to the other cities i any T. H. EVANS, kiddies.
from the : States have been recognized. The L. B. LONG.
other
counties which
port the Subtropical Midwinter sup Ex- element that was not pro-German has J. D. BEGGS, SANDWICH 25e Special prices 12 l-2c and 15c

been treated as pro-British, to be subdued Directors.
position. At any rate the propositionis Subscribed and sworn to before me
one worth and as a hostile people. That there this 10th day of September, 1915.
for holding considering the show, such the details as- might be Americans in this country (Seal.) M. DONALD LEE, ALL WOOL SERGES- . . . . . .

with rights that belligerents were Notary Public. Will be the premier fabrics for the coming season.
place, date and entrance fees could
commission We Make Our
(My expires July 28th, Own Ice Cream, Packed
be worked out. bound to respect has apparently never 1918.) In stocking the "Oak Serge" (thoroughly shrunk

The growth of the automobile industry entered into the calculations of Berlin and Delivered for All and sponged) we know that we have the best impor-

is amazing. Every man, wo- and Vienna. Read the Morning Sentinel for the ted range procurable-every color guaranteed fast.

man and child is interested in gaso- "The president has ended an intol- news. lOc: a week delivered. I I Occasions We have a full range, 48 to 56 inches in width.


line Every or city electric of any propelled consequence vehicles.now- -.. JAV Y Special prices $1.00, $1.25, $1.50

adays has its automobile show, justas

every village has its horse show 36 INCH BLACK TAFFETA-

and county fair. The interest is there f Yarn dyed-plain finish-ask to see this when in the

whether the actual money to pur- store. You will acknowledge that it is the best value -

chase a car is in a man's pocket or you have ever handled at the
not. An Orlando Automobile Show

properly staged would attract pros- Special price of $1.10 .

pective buyers from all sections of

Central Florida, particularly Orange September 12th


county.In the. special automobile section of OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENTCarries

this morning's Sentinel many auto- "De reason folks won't ter church in rainy
mobile dealers are represented. The go the best of everything-and prices right.

firms mobile advertising edition represent in this special the follow-auto- weather is kaze dey religion ain't ,/ t rproof." IJ Just for wholesome goodness sake

ing cars: Dodge, Cadillac Studebaker, Try Stone's "Golden Sunbeam" cake-

Stutz, Packard, National, Buick, Beats those mother used to make."

Chandler, Ford, King, Reo, Chalmers, 1915

Oakland, Hupmobile, and Jeffery. In

addition to these advertisers are

those business men who represen N

tops, trimmings, tires, shock absorbers -

second hand cars, and accesso The Produce
Co-Operative CompanyW. Diclson lies Co.
ries. These should also be represented { -

in an automobile show. S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
With touring cars and roadsters i1 t l

would not be difficult to stage a sho e

of fifty cars. If the movement for rL

show could be started this year th .DEr ARTMENT STORETHE

venture would be launched and sue.
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ceeding years would witness an eve]r

increasing larger show. Then th.e

wisdom apparent.of such a display would become I

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1. SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK :his department store on Orange ave-
Inue. lAA
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Monday September 13. I
Young Peoples Forum will hold a -- Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe
debate in the parlors of the "Methodist Mr. and Mrs.\ W. C. Powers and ,
church. I I daughter, Miss Ethel, who have been GRAND can commend tbe Hamilton to anyone who wants t" :.:?3 .
Tuesday, September 14. t. -
Methodist Sewing Circle will melt spending the summer months with a timekeeper of perfect and continuous accuracy. ] '

with Mrs. S. H. Atha at 3:30 p. m. relatives and friends in various partsof
The Young Matrons Card Club will Kansas, are expected to return to
meet with Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater i Orlando tomorrow and theirhome
occupy
at 3:30. Jiatftilfuu i\tttck\
Thursday, September 16. : in Orlando Heights.Mr. TOMORROW
Gun shoot at Country Club, under --
auspices of Orlando Gun Club. and Mrs. L. N. Lewis and children "The Railroad Tinnieeptr efAmeriea"
Friday, September 17. I
W. C. T. U. will hold a meeting the Richmond and Frances, who left This is the watch that is proved by actual records to be earned by 6?: '
parlors of the Baptist church. Orlando a couple of weeks ago i in I of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced. ...
their automobile for Chicago, have Another of those good Broadway We can sell you the complete watch, or we can supply a Hamilton IQOTO-
ment fitted to your present watch case. All sizes for men and women. t
U. D. C. arrived at their destination after hay ,
Special Features I
in upkeep and DEVELOPMENTS.During ing encountered every kind of motor i
the past few months the trouble conceivable. "THE[ SECOND COMMAND

three candidates for the presidencyof -- I Allen & Company
MENT"IN
gasoline con- the United Daughters of the Con- Mrs. S. J. Sligh, who has been

federacy have been conducting active spending the past four months in i THREE BIG ACTS I Jewelers

sumption are campaigns, each apparently confident California, passed through Orlando
of election at the general convention yesterday afternoon en route to Tam featuring Dorothy Bernard, Guy

i:: items to be con- which will be held in San Franciscoin pa. She was joined here by her hus Combs and Anna Nilsson"IIE.AHSTS
October. band, Mr. S. J. Sligh.
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Mrs. Livingston Rowe Schujler, of -oDirs. -- i r::
sidered in \ TilE TIME TO
TAINT
buy New York city, formerly a resident I. W. Phillips and Mrs.\ A. W. SELIG NEWS" yl '

of Ocala, has before been in the race Acres, who have been spending the J- .. ,;,/ is right now.. Don't let things po
ing a car. for this office and it is said was de- past two weeks very delightfully atDaytona No. r 2 \ until the house, barn, fence or floor
feated owing 10 her residence in the Beach, have returned to l begins to look shabby. A little of our
The upkeep in i North; which some of the women I their homes in this city. Portraying all the important ready to use paint will put your home

thought would detract from her influ- -0.Mrs. events of the day. F in fine trim and save you the cost of a
ence with the general organization. Geo. C. Keller)) and Mr. and I : III !j l\ much bigger paint bill later on.
the DODGE i
is
Undaunted by failure a few years Mrs. Louis Dolive left yesterday for 11lr II .
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ago, Mrs. Schuyler is again in thrace Daytona Beach where they will spenda TilE BEST BILL IN THE CITY i : j lliillil \ -
lessened and her constituents feel of couple of weeks
a great sure enjoying the fishing -
Orlando Paint & Wall
her election. and bathing. (I Paper Ct

= deal by the very Mrs. Frank G. Odenheimer has the cents. 10 centTuesday t7 205 S. Orange Avenue
__ support of the
Virginia
division, sCOLEMAN
At The Churches & RHAN Phone 261
which is probably the largest delega -
reasonableprice .
tion. --- ----- -
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for parts, as you nounced her candidacy some time ago, Edward T. Poulson, D. D. pas- "Sold." A masterpiece in fivej Il l I
and has been conducting an tor.The (
aggressive -
will note by a campaign and has secured the public is very cordially invitedto Acts. The New Ice CompanyPHONE
attend all))
pledges of many in the South, when, services. If you have no
like a bolt out of a clear sky, has church home here, come and be at 675
study of the fol-
home with
been issued the announcement of Mrs. us.
Lamar's withdrawal from the race. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr.\

lowing prices: It is expected that the vote will be Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. Delivery DailyWait
exceedingly close with just two candi- Worship in the auditorium at 11

dates in the field for Mrs. Odenheimer i a. m. and 7:30 p. m.

Piston and Mrs. Schuyler have many Rev. Eugene Reid, who was ordained I for our wagon. We think
last
$1.60 ardent supporters. Wednesday evening to the
-- work of the gospel ministry, will vou will like our ice.

Piston Rings .25 TRIANGLE SERVICE preach at the morning hour, and the
THIS EVENING.This pastor will preach at night. No doubt

evening, at the Presbyterian Mr. Reid's many friends in this city

ConnectingRod church, the Triangle Society will hold I I will want to hear him Sunday before ROOf GARDEN' ; The New Ice Company i
he
its regular monthly business meeting leaves for the seminary in Louis-
Bearing .75 under the auspices of the Epworth ville, Ky.

League of the Methodist church. Mr. B. Y. P. U. meeting at (C p. m.; ** . . . . . 111 H H 11111111
Fan Belt .25 George Banschbach, recently elected Miss Claudia DeLaney, president. I

president of the League, will be in Prayer and praise service Wednes- TOMORROW I 1
day night. 1",1,1,1111'1.,1'1,111"1" "
charge of the
Drive Pinion 2.50 I meeting, and an inter-
esting program for the evening has The young people of the city havea J
been arranged. Talks will be given special invitation to attend Sunday Y

by a number of the leaders of the or- evening service. All services short
ganization and the work for the coming and crisp. WHIFFLES AT THE FRONTA I ; FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
And the
winter will be -- -
discussed. All res- two part comedy.
ident or visiting young people are ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL (Colored)

Car Itself cordially invited to attend the ser- Rev. E. Irvine Georges, A. Boo priest
vice, which will start in charge.
promptly at
"BING, BANG, BIFF"Three
6:15 o'clock.YOUNG Sunday-Fifteenth after Trinity.
-0-- Communion at 7:30 a. m. Matins and Bees. Comedy.
PEOPLE'S sermon at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school
1 like
seems a FORUM. and children's vespers at 3
p. m. Sol-
CURTIS & O'NEAL
A Program to be rendered Monday emn evensong and sermon at 7:30p. "ATLANTIC FLEET MANEU-
thing of life .
,, evening, September 13th: m.
Vocal solo, Miss Johnnie Smith. Tuesday-Woman's Auxiliary at VER"

abounding in Reading, Miss Ruby Wilkins. 5:30 p. m. Educational.The : : Insurance Loans Real Estate j

Debate: Resolved, that women who Wednesday-Communion at 7:30 a. :

vitality' trigger- pay taxes should have the right to I m. Evening prayer and litany at I I Rentals
vote in municipal elections; affirmative 7:30 p. m.

swift in the Mr. W. S. DeWitt, Miss Eliza Friday-Confirmation class at 7 p. COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN :
glid Wright; negative, Mr. R. Ray White, m. Choir rehearsal at 8 p. m.
Miss Mary McCullough.An A cordial invitation is extended to The One-Price Theater

ing get-away,, interesting evening is assured the services.
and all young people are urged to -
and splendidlyfree come out and listen to the argumentsput FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
10 cents 6 cents :
up by the opposing debaters. The Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. -. -
from meeting will be held in the parlorsof O'Neal, superintendent. ESTABLISHED 188
the
the Methodist church. During the absence of G. Max\ .
-0-- Smith from*the city Mr.\ Horn, of the Tuesday, "When a Woman .
slightest jerk AT Grand theatre orchestra
or CAMP will assist Loves." Three parts.
BEEGIWOOCIIE.During with his violin in the Sabbath school. " " " MIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIillMtHand's
jump or jolt. the past week a congenial Regular church service both morn- I

party has been enjoying the pleasures ing and evening. Rev. D. A. Newell,
of camp life at Bee-gi-woo-che. of Leesburg, will preach at both ser

Among.,.,.__, the- party are Mrs. Douglas vices.
r.neroe and son, MISS Eliza 'Wright,
Miss Ada Bumby, and Mr. J. M. Che- l\L\UA\ MALLARD RETURNSMiss

$850.00In ney. Mr. Ellerbe joined the party
last evening. Marie Mallard the well known
dressmaker, has just
returned from
Bathing, boating and other recrea-
L tions have made the week the'Northern fashion centers where
pleas-
pass
she has been for the
Orlando antly for the campers and it will be past several
with weeks, making careful studies of
the
genuine regret that
they break
camp tomorrow. very latest styles" that will be "au
fait" for the coming season. Her Pure Ice CreamMade

SOCIETY NOTESOF itinerary included New York, Boston,

INTEREST.Mr. Baltimore, Philadelphia, Cleveland,
,
and Mrs.\ E. II. Walker and and Washington. She will be ready

I. W. sons, Masters\ Wilson B. and Ed. Tyler to make appointment on Monday\ at
-
have her salon in the Dickson-Ives Company's
returned to Orlando afteran In Orlando
store, where she
absence of two months, during will)) be
which they toured the East. Boston, pleased to meet her old customers and

New York city, Atlantic City, and I also prospective new ones.

Philadelphia were the chief cities
vis-
Phillips Sentinel Want Ads Par.
ited by them and they report a very .

pleasant trip. They arrived yesterday Phone 566666Bconomy
afternoon, _
coming in over the
& Atlantic Coast Line. FavoriteMONDAY'S

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Mr. Geo. McCullough and little PROGRAM

daughter, Elizabeth, have gone to Reliance. "Harem Converts. A
Washington, D. C., where he will drama, in two parts. .
leave l his daughter to visit Falstaff. "The House That Jack
his sister
Sons :Moved. A comedy-drama.
Miss: Lucia McCullough\ while he goes Royal Comedy. "Prodigal Hus
to the buying centers of the countryon band."
a stock purchasing expedition for Four good reels of Mutual movies.
Five cents to alL ,
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EIGHTY EXPERTS ATTEND ANNUAL AUTO NOTES BUSHELS OF LETTERS EVERY greatly delighted to meet the elder I A
PACKARD MEETING FORD :MAIL Mr. Studebaker and to have a visit at I

New England prisoners, for the the Y. M. C. A, which is the largest

Eighty mechanical experts, representing first time, have been worked on the An interesting side issue in connec- and best equipped I have seen in FOR SALEWill

the technical departments of roads in Cumberland couaty, Maine, tion with the Ford profit-sharing with I America. It was a noble gift to

Packard dealers and branches and it has been proving a great suc more than 300,000 Ford owners has : South Bend and I had opportunity to
throughout the country, spent four developed since the checks began to I see that the advantages and accommodations -

days of this week in annual conven- cess.The construction work is on the leave the Ford :Motor: Company's offices offered by it are highly
tion at the Detroit plant. Discussion state road to the White Mountains, Detroit, at the rate of 10,000 a appreciated by the young men." offer for sale for a few days

of the new Twin Six was the featureof about twenty miles from the jail at day. Every day the mails disgorge ,1 I Secretary Daniels also inspected the Avenue
a series of talks by J. G. Vincent, Portland. An average of forty pris- bushels of letters and post cards asking I I the gigantic plants of the Studebaker property corner Orange

vice-president of engineering, and oners are worked from one central I for information in regard to the I I Corporation in South Bend and indi- Jackson and Boone Streets known
the of profit-sharing checks and cated being pleased over the apparently I as
other factory executives. The Packard camp, the men being under care I mailing
company takes an advanced position and custody of the sheriff and county' many othematters pertaining to the flourishing situation in this the skating rink property for $26,000.
in the matter of encouraging commissioners. The camp is arranged I disbursement of more than $15,000000. ,- large industrial center. ,

dealers to make provision for giving so it can be moved from place to'' On account of the overwhelming $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
adequate attention to cars in the place, and the men are well housed 'mass of this correspondence inquiries FIRST AUTOMOBILE "WRITE-UP

hands of owners. This policy has and fed. All the prisoners on this regarding individual checks can not and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY.
been an important factor in the suc- work have shown a reasonable improvement be answered at this time. What is said to be the first article
cessful merchandising of the com- in health after they have One must witness the activity in concerning the automobile appearedin

pany's output. been in camp a short time, and when the Ford offices to appreciate the the Scientific American, October 2,
discharged are able to do a man's amount of detail connected with the 1815. It is as follows:

BUYERS AND SELLERSI work anywhere. The men do as much check mailing work. A majority ol i "There is an arrangement in the

work as ordinary laborers, which is the letters are from anxious profit- machinery by which the power of the
buy, sell rent and exchacge real the more remarkable as they are all sharing Ford buyers who fail to realize I engine is applied to both driving
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., short term men serving sentencesof the size of the task of mailing out .. wheels equally and uniformly, notwithstanding I
30 Have handled over
over years.
$20,000,000. Call and see me. from thirty days to nine months, more than $15,000,000 in $50 parcels. the occasional excess of I
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. and men of that class are not, as a Some fear that their name has been motion in one of the wheels in '
rule, efficient workers. lost sight of or that their check may ing corners or curves. pass-I' -- -

i have gone astray.So culiarity is that the force applied
Another city has been added to the thorough is the checking of all be occasionally increased by leverage The 1aa9t
Mrs. Mary.. Cox already fast growing list of cities the work that when the last checksare consequently reducing the speed to

AnnouncesJust that will have a two mile auto speed- mailed out it is unlikely that such an extent that one horse powerof OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

way. This time it is New Orleans.It many corrections will need to be steam will propel as great a loadas OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

received from New York, is fast nearing completion, and a made. It is also probable that a can be drawn by six horses. One
latest and very pretty hair orna- five hundred mile race is scheduledfor number of the Ford owners who have of the uses to which this carriage is FRESH AND SALT MEATS .

ments; ladies' handsome shirt- the opening day March 4, 1916. written to the company will have to be applied is to draw a harrow, Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

waists; art embroidery. I'rizes aggregating $50,000 will be their query answered by the receiptof plow, lift stumps or rocks and do other Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
given, and it is expected that all of a profit-sharing check within a agricultural work. and pure.

501 WEST STREET the cracks of the auto racing world short time. Although the work is go- "The cost will not exceed $500 and We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Glendale Apts. Orlando. will take part. ing forward as rapidly as possible, it the weight not exceed COO pounds.The everything in the Meat Line.
will be late in September before at- speed will evidently be ten miles

Parades are nothing new to Broadway tention can be given to any individ- per hour on good carriage roads. The H. lVr. Self & Co.

RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB but once in a while one comes ual claims or difficulties. rider and manager is perfectly safe

along and makes the public line up at from any harm by explosion and can PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll the gutters and look. PRAISES STUDEBAKER GIFT; manage the machinery, replenish the

work guaranteed and neat- Thursday morning New York was SEC. DANIELS VISITS AUTO ire and guide the carriage at the
treated to a procession of $170,000 :\IFRSIEIORI.L: : same time."
ly done. Our work is the best : and
Engraved Stationery
worth of new Chalmers "six-forties.
and our prices are the lowest.

This is the place to have your While of the Jose- ELEVEN SONS AT TIlE FRONT
Secretary Navy
King George of Greece will drivean InvitationsDon't
old clothes made new. American car, the Lozier, and the phus Daniels was at Notre Dame university Vienna, Sept. 10.Mrs. Barbara
to speak at the unveiling ofa Bauer farmer's widow of Zeining, in
Suit scrubbed and car for the king was shipped Friday ask Jacksonville Atlanta
pressed75c.Suit memorial to John Henry Shilling- Lower Austria, has ten sons at the us to duplicate or prices
last to A. Sciatta, of Athens, who
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit took the Lozier while ton orie of the heroes who went down front in Poland, Galicia and on the because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
_____________40c. agency on a
pressed visit to Detroit and will handle the with the battleship Maine, he also Isonzo. Three of her sonsinlawhave and deliver the goods in Orlando.
All Palm Beaches scrubbed visited the South Bend Y. :M.: C. AMa also been called to the colors and
and pressed _______ _____50c Lozier throughout Greece. The cal I of the Studebakers four of her in QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.
memorial gift seven daughters are
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. touring for the car king model.was the four-cylinder founders of the great automobile in- the field as Red Cross nurses. So far PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

I dustry that bears their name. Speak- all the sons of the old woman have
We do ladies' work also. Giveus \v. S. BRANCH
ing of his trip on returning to Wash" escaped death and only two have been ,
a trial and be convinced. I A. G. Batchelder, chairman of the
executive committee of the American ington the secretary said: "I was I wounded. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
Clothes called for and delivered. I
I Automobile Association is again at
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his desk at the national headquartersof
Phone 613.
the organization, in Washington FORAGE GROCERY CO. SKATING RINKLADIES'
D. C., after two months spent at a
hospital at Summit, N. J. Mr. and WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MisdirectedEconomy
Mrs. Batcehlder were both injured
I
while trying to place a bridal couple I SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUESDAY -

on a train at a station outside Sum Saturday and Monday Specials AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY
mit so that they might escape
-NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT
friends. The bride escaped with a
Trying to save a few cents by broken leg. Water on the knee laid INSTRUCTORS.Open .

having ferior hands.your work handled by in- up both Mr. Batchelder and his wife. Best Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for ____________$1.00 10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

influence is Lemons per dozen ______________________________17c
Your personal Joe Seymour, the former race Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.DMISSIOIST
when Georgia Butter one pound cartoons, per pound ____30c .
greatly enhanced you are driver and pilot of aeroplanes, now a
clad in immaculate linen. New York automobile salesman, Blue Valley Gold Seal and Maple Leaf Butter, lb __35c

may Snowdrift, large pail ____________________________05c
take up auto racing again and go : : 10 CZEISTTS
Extra Nice and Clean Hams, Unwrapped, per pound19c
after the million dollars in
prize
OrlandoSteam Quaker Corn Flakes. 4 packages for _____ ________25c
to be offered in 1916. Sey-
money Quail Brand Rolled Oats, 3 packages for __________25c
mour was a prominent driver some Pillsbury's Best Flour, 24 pound sack ___________$1.05
and member of the Lozier
LaundryFRENCH years ago a Pillsbury's Best Flour 12 pound sack ______________55c .
racing team, when the Lozier was ORLANDO ROOFING
Town Talk or Golden Rod, best pastry Flour 24 lb sk.95c
DRY CLEANERS king in twenty-four-hour races at
LAUNDERERS Brighton Beach and elsewhere. He Town Talk or Golden Rod, best pastry Flour, 12 lb sk.48c AND::
Maccaroni and Spaghetti, 3 packages for ___________25c
believes he will be able to "come
PHONE 88 back." Best Head Rice, 4 pounds for _____________________25c SHEET METAL CO.

------- -- Pure Ground Coffee, per pound ___________-"_______17c
Red Bliss Coffee, one pound can, per pound_________27c
FOR SALE! TWO CAR LOADS OF BUICKS White House Coffee, one pound can, per pound _____33c Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos

SCREENS WHAT AM COMING Maxwell House Coffee, one pound can, per pound___ 30c t

Four of the little 'sixes" which Armour's Grape Juice per quart __________________35c and Rubber RoofingsCornices
SCREENS were recently shipped by the Buick Gold, Van Camps or Globe Cream, baby size, 3 cans__lOc
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. factory to the Cook Garage have already Gold, Van Camps or Globe Cream, tall size, per can7c
Skylights. Heating, Ventilating Metal Ceilings
John W. Pounds, Agent been contracted for. Two car Best Tomatoes, No. 21 cans for _________________25c ,

Box 703 loads of Buicks are on the road and Lenox Soap, 8 cakes for _________________________25c
should arrive before long. Grand Ma or Naptha Washing Powder, 7 packages 25c Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

Toilet Paper, 7 Rolls for _________________________2:;cLamp

i ANOTHER CAR OF FORDS YESTERDAY Chimneys, No. 2, 2 for _____________________15c
We have a nice variety of Breakfast Bacon and Picnic -
!
Hams unwrapped Mince and Boiled Hams fresh at
BargainlNew F. G. Rush, the local Ford man, received -
our store and will sell at the right prices. Call and see
another car load of the popular our line of Fresh Vegetables.
The Orlando Meat
MarketT.
1916 models. The new Ford is proving -

: even more popular than the old, PRICES ON FEED .

I and it is safe to that the car load A. YANCY
say I Cotton Seed Meal, 100 lb. sack __________________$1.30 ,Jr., Manager
will not last long when Orlando buyers -
bath.I Shorts, 100 lb. sack ___________________________$1.80
house, 8 rooms and get a look at the attractive ma-
Sweet Feed, 100 lb. sack _______________________$1.75 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
chines and hear the moderate prices
Location perfect, 4 blocks from' which are being quoted by Mr. Rush. Oats, 100 lb. sack ____________________$1.95 and $2.00 Florida and Western Meats

Beet Pulp, 100 lb. sack _________________________$1.80
center of city, east side. Montreat, among the lAg mountainsof Best Chicken Feed 100 lb. sack ________________$2.10 Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

For quick sale $3000. Cash or North Carolina, is unique. Private Best Wheat, 100 Ib. sack _______________________$2.40
family has high class accommodationsfor Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
terms. a few desirable adult guests.
Large, comfortable new house; run- / Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
ning water in each room; sleeping Forage Grocery Company PHONES l Residence ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
porches; unexcelled home cooking.
CARL DANN Particulars, address "Birdwood Box ,,
TELEPHONE 633
27, Montreal, N. C. 5-16-S10t


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WANTS i V ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORXEYATLAW Worthington\ BlackmanATTORNEY.AT.LA'V 1


_.-4__ _'!IIIW.:_n ..__ ___ ___ _
Phone 617
The Morning Sentinel Want No. 4 West Pine Sreet
Directory is the Greatest Want Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
... Ad Medium in Orlando. Phone 161
worth Building.
: Terms Cash in Advance.

Cement Agatite Plaster and LimeWhat's I -RATES

For One Day ______u______23t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW DAVIS & GILESATIORNEYSATLA'V
For Three Day ____________30c
For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$2.50 I
r This rate applies on all ads of
Phone 172 Phone 72
25 words or less. If the ad contains I

I more than 25 words the rate Room Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,-
will be cent word for
= s. w one per
each additional word, for each in- I & McXeffl Block
I sertion.If .
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you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Victor Starbuck
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.
42! ia ,I __ ATTO RN EY-i\T-L\\V
I'' E,ery Home Every Business R. RAY WHITE J
Every Man has use for a I Phone 161
a fia Sentinel l Wan Ad. ATTORNEY-AT LA'VRoom
; No. 6 W. Pine Si. Orland Ha.

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: FOR SALE
i I Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
I FOR SALE-A No. 1 tent, cheap; F. A. PEPPERCORN;
also reels, lines and hooks for sea
bass fishingInquire at O. K. PoolRoom BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
Orange avenue. U-ll-Gt*

Phone 37
FOR SALE-Horse, wagon, surrey,
two sets harness; or trade for car
or real estate. U. P. Gilpin, Winter
the Matter With the Home, Fla. 9-7-Ct!) DR. N. L. BRYANDEXTIST

PLUMBINGSALLAS
FOR SALE-Nice figs for sale at 208
Hot WaterWhat
East Robinson avenue. Phone COS.
0-8-Ct & SALLAS
Phone 716
a howl is raised when a flat dweller doesn't get his hot water! How
when there is hot water in the hotel FOR QUICK SALE-:20:! acre tract 208 Boone Street
quickly the clerk hears about it no Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
one quarter mile from city limits;
room. very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Bldg Phone 597.
You expect this convenience in an apartment or hotel-then why should your poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
home be any I less modern and complete? 6-9-tf

A Gas Water Heater Is the SolutionA I FOR SALE-Two Jersey: cows, just L. Percival Hutton
come fresh; good ones. Call at 10
I
circulating or i instantaneous gas water heater will assure you of hot waterC West *Concord avenue, Orlando. SURVEYINGPlating 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
all the year 'round-independent of janitor*, hotel clerks or your own 9-9-3t
race. The cost to operate is very low. When you need the hot and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
it's on tap-when you do not need it, there's no expense. furI( I) FOR SALE-Elegant parlor organ,
We will gladly explain or demonstrate the advantages of the various $10; large ice box, suitable for gro- McNeill-Davis Building,Orlando,
of gas water heaters. Won't ;you call or phone us today? cer, $10, worth $25. Tracy's Carpenter PROMPT: AND ACCURATE
Shop, 18 East Church street. WORK Florida.
!0-9-Ct)

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR SALE-One 1 horse wagon, HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.
practically new, with rack and fishing -
boat; a first class fishing outfit, Engineer
GAS DEPARTMENT for less than cost of wagon. Inquire ;-
Elmer Beidler, at Evans' jewelry ,; ;:
f\j
store. 9-9-Ct 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.

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FOR RENT
ft ',. -" f -. UY.o: ;;". :(;...-- T :.t" Phone 72
"" '' '.,' FOIL RENT Flat of four and
,. ... ... rooms
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It sleeping porch upstairs, four rooms
and screened back porch down stairs. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST
All modern conveniences. 14 High ,
street. 3 blocks east of Eola park.
Law
9-9-Ct and Counsellor at ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE

I FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES
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Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
or year, one upstairs flat for light
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" " " '. " " " ,garage, electric lights and bath in
house. Apply COO East Concord ave. -

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SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ ,, no fering any$20 canvassing.to employed with$35 HELP per regular month person Positively WANTED work.extra without No no money selling invest-: inter-to, i I ARCADEMILK and Plants


ment. Unemployed need not apply.
OCOEE FLORIDA Address The Silver Mirror Co.. Inc., I Floral Designs
: 123 W. Madison St., Chicago, Ill.
t 9-12-4t
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+ : LAWN :MOWERS: sharpened and
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repaired at Orlando Bicycle and DEPOTBUTTER I Violet Dell Florist.
All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- :. Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc I


fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest :. LOST-One bull bitch, medium size, J. &1. CARUTHERS
brindle with white around neck and
nose, bob-tail. Reward. Return to MILK Phone 509. 408 South Lake st.
prices :: :: :: :: this office. 9-8-6t
Fresh Every Day.

TEN ACRES half mile from Orlandoon 5c. per glass
brick road worth $2,000, free
and clear; will exchange for house 25c. per gallon ._
The rainy season is the best time to set and lot in Orlando of same value.
& :Moore: 18 East CREAM AND MILK
Tracy carpenters CLINT BASS
trees on high land. Trees set now will keepone Church street. 0-8-6t I "'- BUTTER r-"'

year's growth in advance of trees set Umbrellas recovered and repaired' Fresh Homemade '--- PHONE 375 : .

next fall. ."while you wait." at Young's'Repair West Jefferson Street

Shop? 21 E. Pine StSLAUGHTER SANDWICHESPIES Successor to
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL iiiiiniMiiiMi HMIIIIMfi, '

OF THE CONDITION OF _
Mr. J. R. Davis departed yesterday

The State Bank Orlando FloridaAt afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
Line for Macon, where he will travel

Orlando, in the State of Florida, at the close the Curry state&of Smith Georgia, of this in the city.interestof

of business September 2nd, 1915.
Miss Jessie Murphy and daughter, FOR EVERY ,'"

Miss Edith, of Culpepper, Va., are I
among the recent arrivals in Orlando.
RESOURCES LIABILITIES
They will visit friends in Winter
Loans on Real Estate----$ 71,032.85 Capital Stock paid in____$ 50,000.00 Park and then spend a week at Bra- $10 A WEEKYOU
Loans on Collateral Security Surplue Fund _____uu 40,000.00 dentown the :
other than Real Estate 92,319.80All Undivided Profits (Less on Manatee river.
other Loans and Dis- Expenses and Taxes

counts ___u_______.___ 353.8o7.93 Paid) ________________ 5,253.98 Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
Overdrafts uuu -681.19 Dividends Unpaid________ None 18-18-tf SPEND
State, County and Munici- Individual Deposits, sub-

cipal Bonds ___________ 35,180.40 I ject to check ____uu 279,793.80 Mrs. T. S. Atkins, of Sanford, who
:Railroad Bonds uuu_ 20,799.16 Demand Certificats of Deposits -
Stocks of Corporation_ 15,036.03 I i __uuuuuu 466.01 has been visiting her friend, Mrs. S.
Banking House Furniture Time Certificates of Deposits L. Johnson, left yesterday afternoonfor

and Fixtures __________ 12,947.05 I ________________ 45,066.90 her home. She was accompaniedby
Other Real Estate uu_ 9,708.07 Certified Checks333.78
Mrs. Johnson who will
Claims and other Resources Cashier's Checks Out- spend today -

_________--_____--__ 1,655.82; standing ______________ 1,211.54 in the Celery City.
YOU
Due from IncorporatedBanks Due to Incorporated Banks 61,652.04 SAVE

_______________ 107,160.97Due Savings Deposits ________ 297,180.42Bills Mrs. M. E. Crenshaw, who has been
from Private Banks Payable ___________ None
and Bankers _uuu__ 2,547.38 Notes and Bills Re- spending a couple of weeks at White

Checks and Exchanges for discounted __________ __ None Springs, returned yesterday after-
Clearing ___uuuuu 828,36 noon to her home on East Church $10 A YEAR
Other Cash Items _____u 6,792.07 street. She
Cash on Hand u_________ 50,300.11 was accompanied by Mr.
Revenue Stamps _________ 111.28 E. H. McNeill.

.. TOTAL _______ ___$780,958.471; TOTAL$780,958.47;) Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
State of Florida, County of Orangess. CORRECT-ATTEST: you. 8-12-tl
I, Louis C. Massey, President of the L. L. Payne.T. -

above that the named above Bank statement do solemnly is true swear to ..Picton R. O.Neal Warlow.W. Mr. E. P. Mills, commercial agentof I IF F YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS[

the best of my knowledge and belief Directors. the Seaboard Air Line, with head-
Louis C. Massey, Pres. quarters in Jacksonville, arrived in

Orlando last evening to spend Sunday
Subscribed and sworn to before me
with his parents Mr. and Mrs J. B.
this 11th day of September, 1915. Mills.

Thomas B. Broadwater,

Notary Public. Mr. Eugene Reid expects to leave

today for a visit to relatives in Me-
------ ridian Miss. The National Bank
before going to Louis- Peoples

ville, Ky., where he will enter the

Southern Baptist Theological Semi-
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nary for a three years course.


"ELDER" Spring WaterIS TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers
Repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired -
; anything in the repair line is
our line. Just phone 304, Young's
SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, Repair Shop, and our man will call iHMIIIIIMittMlllllillHItllilllllllMMIIMMIilllllilllltlilMH IIIiliet
at once. 9-12-1moc .
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Gillispie, of Mr. J. W. Roney has returned to I Messrs. M. O. Overstreet and L. L. I Get your next shave at the Stand-

Phone WRIGHT 444 Orlando, are in the city for a short Orlando from a pleasure trip to At- Payne left last night on the 12:30 ard. 18-21-tf

visit to the family of Mr. W. S. Fry, lanta and other points in Georgia. train for a business and pleasure tripto
Mrs. C. E .Haddon, of Tampa, who
New York and Boston.
I
TRY Better TRY while passing through en route to has been visiting her sister, :Mrs. J.
Mrs. L. R. Cornish, who has been
Ala
Birmingham, for extended
an
W. White, left yesterday afternoonfor
IT BEST IT stay.-Times-Herald, Palatka.Mr. spending the summer at Chautauqua, Mrs. W. T. Jamieson, who has been
Albany, Ga., where she will visit
N. Y., returned to Orlando yesterday visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank
relatives.Mr. .
J. T. Dale left yesterday morn- afternoon. Whitner, returned to Orlando last

------- -- ---- --- - ing over the Atlantic Coast Line for evening.
and Mrs. II. C. Piano, who
Chicago where he will attend the Sweet cream delivered, any quan-
national -
have been visiting the family of Mr.
tity. McElroy's Phone
convention of Pharmacy. Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.
Red
Men which 20. 9-11-2tc 18-18-tf Hugh Allen at their home on Amelia
begins Monday in that city. :Mr. Dale avenue, returned yesterday morningto

will be absent from Orlando for the Mr. Earl Gore went up to Sanford Messrs. John H. Mueller and JohnII. Titusville.

next ten days. yesterday afternoon to spend Sunday '
Miller, popular and prominent citizens -
with Mrs Gore, who is visiting rela- of Gotha, transacted business in Deposit your Savings Checks and
Mr. and :Mrs. A. R. Sandlin and tives and friends. Orlando yesterday.Mr. let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

Miss Ruby Gussindamer, of Ocala, /ou. 8-12-tf
who have been spending several Hainer left
daysin :Miss Emma yesterday
Allan S. Weathersbee left
yes- County Commissioner C. W. Entz-
this section, left yesterday morn- afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
terday afternoon for Atlanta, Ga., minger, of Seminole county, was in
ing in their auto for Eustis where Line for Asheville, N. C., where shewill
where he will look after business mat- Orlando yesterday from his home in
they will make a visit before going to remain until fall.
ters. for the first time in
their home in the Brick City. Longwood, sev-
eral weeks.
Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
Major J. B. Steinmetz of Wekiwa 18-21-tf How much did you save last monthin
,
JUST RECEIVED CAR cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf Mr. L. D. Jones, general managerof
Springs,
spent yesterday afternoonand
Mrs. E. P. Eagerton has returned the Florida Citrus Exchange, with
LOAD OF last evening in Orlando, leavingon I I from a delightful trip to the moun- T. A. Mann and children, who have headquarters in Tampa, was among +
the 12:30 train
last night for Phil- : tains of North Carolina which she been visiting for some weeks in North the prominent Floridians spending
adelphia, where he will abouta
spend spent in and around Saluda. Carolina, returned to Orlando last yesterday in Orlando.Mr. .
I Touring Cars month visiting points of interest in evening.Mrs. .

Pennsylvania.Guests Mr. W. T. Rencher, a prominent P. M. Shanibarger, one of Pine

citizen of AuscHla, Fla., arrived in L. L. Terry and children, who Castle's successful fruit growers and
\ $482.00 DeliveredF. hotel registering at the San Juan Orlando yesterday afternoon to spend have been spending the past three truckers, was in Orlando yesterdaywith
yesterday included Wm. T. Grif-
Sunday. weeks with relatives and friends in a load of bananas from his
fith, Baltimore; E. L. Rabum, WilkieJ.
i Tampa, have returned to their home Bear's Head farm, which found a
Schell, Greene F. Cannon, Jackson- How much did you save last monthin :'
G. RUSH ville cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf ''on South Lake street. ready market in this city.
; Ely Mtgre, Atlanta; M.\ G. Gib-

bons, Tampa; J.1.. Saunders, Mait-
32 East Church Street Phone 226JiiiMiMiilllinitltttlMMItlltlllllMIMIMtilMI land; H. C. Piano, Titusville; W. L. iiiiiiiiiiim **++++*** 1,1111111,111111" ..

Morgan, Sanford.

Who Will Be Your Executor?
Mrs. 11.1.\ Mizell\ and Miss Ida

Mizell, of Plant City, arrived in Or-

lando yesterday morning to visit Mrs
ANSWER NO. 2
Bruce Perry and Mrs W. I. Smith.

They were accompanied by Miss\ Beu- Your .estate may be materially impaired as a ,, -'

----- --- -- - lah Perry, who has been visiting her direct result of the appointment of an executor_ '; + ,
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grandmother, :Mrs. Mizell, in Hills- or trustee. { :.1 -v

borough county, for some weeks. When an individual is appointedThe :-

IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress financial responsibility is generally weaker.t 3 ,; # n< x
correctly. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Sunday,
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer I who have been visiting relatives and It is usually provided in wills that the person'nominated

-when"it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into friends in West Florida near Chatta- to serve as executor shall be excused

society. hoochee, have returned to their homein from giving bonds.
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. Pine Castle. They were in Orlando When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense

Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe yesterday greeting friends and trans- of the estate, and then only partial secu- ,

artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of acting business, and while here found rity against loss is provided.

gentility. time to pay the Sentinel an appre- When a Trust Company is selected #
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each ciated call. They made the round tripin
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No their automobile and The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings report an exceedingly is secured. "'
exactly alike.If l enjoyable outing.
bond which has behind it the entire financial j
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. A
If you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you Get the news In the Sentinel Cm! strength of the Institution is always filed with 4
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans the Probate Court a* no cost to the estates
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"- come
in and be sociable. DoctorsBueknmslcT Answer No. 3 will' appear in a subsequent issue ,

WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. of this newspaper. s = '

Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and & Brimfe!!
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell I; _
Work, anything artistic. : OSTEOPATHS Come in any time, and freely ask for further M
Original designing done for special platinum work. Personal instruction under Dr. Still information on this vitally important subject. #
I
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible at Kirksville, Mo. You are always welcome, and our officers are always ': t
132 S. Orange Ave.. hove> P o..1. -
prices. advise.
to
National Bank. *>>IOTIP !578) glad
I

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

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Lillian BledsoeGRADUATE

Orlando
MASSEUSE Florida

Headquarters Standard Barber Shop I

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


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SPECIAL AUTOMOBILE EDITION SECTION TWO ANNOUNCING 1916 MODELS






THE MORNING SENTINEL A.




VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1915. NUMBER 183.

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OVER[ 2,000,000 AUTOS ARt Local Dealers Automobile And New 1916 Notes Models About)I ORlANDO AUTO BUSINESS IS





IN USE[ IN THE[ UNITED[ STATES A [ I DESIGNERS BUICK AIM COMFORTABLEThe TO MAKE TIlE ;!I II DODGE EXPRESS CAR OUTRUNS TRAIN; FAST CONSTANTlY INCREASiNG


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comfort and pleasure of the News of a record breaking trip
,
HUPMOBILE SALESROOM AND I i STUDEBAKER TESTED FOR
CONSEQUENTLY CONGRESS motorist are the two thoughts continually through the White )Mountains in i TO READ FOLLOWING ITEMS A
SERVICE STATION OPPO- PROPER BALANCEA
MUST MEET GOOD ROADS I in the mind of motor car designers -j I which a Dodge Bros. motor car defeated I SHOWS AUTOMOBILE
SITE S. A. L. DEPOT and to give the owner a bet the famous White Mountain
I DEVELOPMENT ".
QUESTION I few years ago automobile engi-
ter built, better looking and more newspaper express has just been received the fact !
neers were puzzling over
The Hupmobile salesroom and ser- comfortable riding car is their one by Dodge Bros.C. .
CONSIDERATION great aim. Among the many com- S. Henshaw Boston dealer, that cars built for speed and equippedwith IlHE AUTOMOBILE[
MOTORISTS WANT vice station will be opposite the Sea- speedy motors and high speed ORlANDO CITY"I
forts and conveniences that have been ,
drove the and his telegram
board depot when the place is vacated car, says ratios often failed because they
gear i I
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developed to simplify and add to the
the 360 mile drive through the mountains -
by the Palms Auto ,
company. would hold to the road. -
Wilson, President A. A. A., Be- The Hupple Bros., who are reputedto pleasure of operating the modern automobile was made entirely on high gear. not proved that this lack of Experiments "road New Buildings to House Auto

lieves Highway Improve- be as fine mechanics as there are five things stand out prom- The trip was made in twelve hours I' ability" was due in every case to bad I I I Companies in process of
inently. First, the perfecting of the
in the whole state will have chargeof and forty-eight minutes or an balance. Either the motor was too
ment Has Only Started Construction Big Out-
selective type transmission; second
of miles
the service department.J. age twenty-eight an aver-I' heavy and the light rear eno
the magneto, which was generally
in America The is look for
.. P. Holbrook the newspaper express the end too year
Hupp dealer "whipped, or rear was
adopted in 1909; third, the addition the fastest trains running out of Boston
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considers himself very fortunate in I. heavy and the front wheels lacked
of doors to close in the forward seat
but the reached Bret-
will Dodge car The Palms Auto Company now located -
Washington, D. "Congress being able to make such an arrange- steering traction.
. the same as the tonneau; fourth the N. IL two hours aheadof
ton Woods
have the good roads question to an- ment. With this combination the increasing i The Studebaker Corporation was on West Central avenue, will
general adoption of the electric start
the Ihnited in rainstorm.
at its forthcoming session and of the "Car of the a driving of the first solve
swer popularity one companies to by the middle or close of this week
and
ing lighting ignition system, I
made fast
the accumulating demand from all American Family" is sure to continue Later a heavy fog going the problem of the balanced car,
whch in many instances replaces the i be located in the modern and up to
sections of the country makes clear and the slogan, "Where there's life dangerous.The which has been a feature of Studebaker I
magneto, and when properly de- takes in most of the date garage built especially for the
that the issue must be met," asserts there's Hupp," will have greater sig trip steep cars for several years and is
President John A. Wilson of the nificance.The signed, furnish a much better ignition grades in the White Mountains, including continued in the 1916 models. I company by S. G. Dolive on North
system than any magneto supply; and the famous Tug-of-War hill
American Automobile Association Studebaker tested for bal- Orange avenue.
Hupmobile is an American car cars are
fifth, and last, and from the point of Crawford Notch and Franconia
who is en route to the Pacific coastto that Jias come to the front rapidly on comfort probably the most important, ance on four scales one being put The Palms Auto Company will han-
Notch. The altitude in the
preside on motor car day at the account of its good reputation. It is the properly constructed cantilever mountains was average 1,900 feet above sea under each wheel. The car then must dle exclusively the Reo car. The new ;
American road congress. has been conclusively demonstratedthat spring. level. weigh noo more than 150 pounds garage will be known as the Rea

"With over two million automobilesin the success or failure of an automobile -I In commenting on this subject J. An official observer from the Bay heavier in the rear than in front. The Headquarters the Reo Service Station -
use, the motorists now make up an manufacturer is entirely in M. Cook of the Cook Automobile I State Automobile club accompaniedMr. rear is made slightly heavier to balance and the mecca for all Reo auto-

army of road users entitled to equal the hands of his customers. I company distributers of Buick cars, Henshaw on the trip. The car the car when the front seat is mobile owners.A. .

consideration with all other citizens" Therefore the phenomenal successof said: "There has been a great improvement was No" 213, one of the first cars occupied and the rear* seat unoccupied Y. Fuller, proprietor and distributor -

says Mr. Wilson, "though some of us the Hupmobile in the hands of the :, made in the mechanical turned out by Dodge Bros. It previously and to give ample tractiv believes that his new location is
can remember an earlier period when I is space. the finest in the lIe is
owner the most convincing argu- I and operating end of automobiles but had been driven 12,000 miles. very city.
we were considered a special class ment to be made. It simply drives the riding qualities have remained I II Vice-President James G. Heaslet ol convinced that the heaviest travel

subject to all kinds of hampering leg- I home the truth of the statement: I practically the same and until the recent -I the Studebaker Corporation in discussing from the surrounding country will
islation and considered chiefly froma "We believe the Hupmobile to be ; perfection of the cantilever I ORLANDO TOP AND TRIMMING the balance of Studebaker come by way of the new brick Win-
revenue producing standpoint."But the I COMPANY DOING GOOD cars said recently: ter Park road and the ;
best car of its class in the world. spring the spring suspension of automobiles Apopka road
we have finally obtained near- I' has remained the same as I BUSINESS "The car should weigh the same which is a link in the west branch of a

ly all those rights which belong to the PHILLIPS SHOCK ABSORBERS ''on the old style 'horseless carriage,' within a reasonable amount nt both the Dixie highway.

average citizen and here is one thingin GAINING POPULARITYThe I and the man who wanted any degree The Orlando Top and Trimming ends. A car will drive much better I Roy Bernard will be in charge of

which we take a great deal of pride of riding comfort felt that it',(as nec- Company on West Central avenue for a slight increase of weight in the I the service station, J. O. Miller will l

and satisfaction. In encouraging peo- essary to buy a heavy car with big under the expert management of T. rear, because the driving wheels in be demonstrator and salesman, and
ple to travel from town to town and future looks bright for the tires and long wheel base which necessarily I M. Coppedge is making substantial getting their tractive effort, have a I Mr. Fuller will keep a watchful eye

from state to state we have accelerated Phillips shock absorber manufacturedin I meant high cost of operating I progress. Refihishing and paintingcars tendency to climb out of the road the over the eight counties which consti-

astoundingly the national viewpoint Orlando by the Phillips Manufacturing l I not only in gasoline oil and tires but is one of the company's special- same asp a belt will come off a flat tute his territory. Mr. Fuller has

Nevertheless I must confessto company.A I in general wear and tear. I.ties and at the present time the com- faced pulley. been territory representative and dis- d
a belief that comprehensive high- few months ago United States "The cantilever spring has changedall pany i? enjoying a good business.Mr. "Consequently it is better to carrya tributor for two years and has had ;
ways improvement has only begun patents were secured by Francis V. ;I this and our D 45 Buick, with 1151 I Coppedge has three men work- slight increase in weight in the unprecedented suqcess. J

for it is now receiving deserved atten- Phillips and since then the Phillips inch wheel base 32x4 tires and 2C90 ing for him who are all finished artists rear but if that weight becomes too The new 1916 Reos are beautifuland

tion from a growing number of men Manufacturing company of which pounds weight, will actually ride better I in their line. They are able to great you have a worse condition stand in a class by themselves. ;
who have most to do with the affairsof Francis V. Phillips is the president, than many of the big high priced give a lustre and finish to a car which than in the car with the light rear. lie is daily expecting the new cars
the nation. has been making preparations for I I cars weighing and costing two and I makes it look as though it had come Studebaker has struck a happy me- which have already been sold and in

manufacturing these shock absorbers, three times as much. Of course there from the factory and had never been dium between the too light and the which he will give many prospects a 1

CONCERNING THE NEW 1916 and by November 1 they expect to be are different types of cantilever ''I used.At overweight rear and that is why our thorough demonstration when they
CARS turning out 500 sets per month and I springs just the same as there are I reasonable prices Mr. Coppedge cars hold to the road uphill and arrive. 1
JEFFERY
.will increase the capacity as the sales different types of automobiles; some I I gives a car from three to fifteen down hill, over any kind of roads, and Mr. Fuller also states that the

demand. are good and some are not so good. coats. When the car is finished and do not whip. Leesburg branch under the manage- j
The spectacular feature of the 1916 I During the past few months they But there is no questioning the fact rubbed down it presents a beautiful ment of R. L. Fox is making great
plans announced by the Thomas B.ii.ffery :have been putting them on about 30 that the properly buiit cantilever appearance.In IIENNIG TIRE WORKS HAS progress. 1 1I

company is the new Jeffery scars I: per month. Many cars in and spring is the greatest single factor in addition to refinishing the cars COMPLETE VULCANIZING I 1,

&our" with enlarged around Orlando have thoroughly test- I the comfort of the motorist yet de- I the company does considerable trimming EQUIPMENTThe 1-0- COMPANYHAS i

ger capacity body. seven-passen-I I ed them out and without any excep- signed." work. Tops backs covers A MODEL HOME-BUSINESS a
The Jeffery company tions they have proved to be all that -- -- I bows and other fixtures about a car Hennig Tire Works is locatedat
: IS FINE SAYS 1
the manufacturers claim. the of Main and Pine ,
the corner
nounces the Jeffery "six, with FORD CAN BUILD FOUR THOUSAND receive expert attention. The company's '
same specifications as the Jeffery I I The design of these shock absorbers quarters are somewhat |,streets and enjoys a unique positionin MASON
Chesterfield "six," which sold in large is practical and simple and their CARS A DAY I cramped and it is quite likely that I the Orlando automobile industry.Mr. -
Central
volume last year. The silent worm I I superiority is readily appreciated. they will be enlarged in the near Hennig has a complete vulcanizing -I There are few garages in
drive, Lanchester cantilever springsand I I They are classed as "friction" shock An official of the Ford Motor company ture. fu-I outfit and hir shop, with ex- Florida which can compete with the

other notable features which have !)absorbers. The friction is secured by I in discussing the possible pro- cellent equipment, is adapted to meet I Winter Park Auto Company owned
powerful I coiled duction of the in the Detroit I and managed by A. W. Mason. The "
made the Chesterfield a leader among : springs pressing an company GULF REFINING COMPANY'S the needs of every motorist. lie
light sixes will be continued in the !I eccentric against a fibre ring. The plant and the many subsidiary plants BUSINESS HAS DOUBLED handles Firestone tires and in addi- i I garage is very large and roomy and

new six in addition to certain refine- !I eccentric is so arranged that the friction said that an output of 4,000 cars UNDER WALTON'S tion carries a line of Hood's Aero I I faces the main street of Winter Park .
ments making for even smoother I is increased or diminished according daily would be possible this year. I MANAGEMENTP. Tread Unskiddable tires-the tire ,I which has recently been paved. To
quieter operation.The i to the travel of the automo- During the last season an output of with the extra ply of fabric and guar- the rear of the front office is a com-

chief emphasis however of the bile springs to which the absorber is 2,000 cars was reached without much I G. Walton, agent for the Gulf anteed to run 5,000 miles. I! modious sales room which is filled ..
Jeffery company will be placed on the .attached. The more the springs move effort and with three shifts workingin I Refining Company has been agent Mr. Hennig while he makes vulcanizing -i with many cars, including the Ford
new four. In discussing the Jeffery up or down from the normal riding all plants the 4,000 mark would be for the company for three years and a specialty, also does all and Buick cars, for which Mr. Masonis
plans for the coming year E.and S. Jordan -I position the greater is the friction rather easy. Every assembling plant ( during that time the business has kinds of general automobile tire repair agent. During the summer monthsMr.
sales secretary -
general of the company manager, said: I and, resistance from the absorber. will be able to turn out from seventyto : been constantly increasing. He admits work. He carries oil and gaso'! Mason stores about a dozen cars

"In offering the Jeffery "four" to I They work automatically when need- 150 cars daily and some will go to that since his arrival in Orlandothe belonging to winter residents.A .
the American public at $1.000 it is ed. 200 per day easily. The official said I I company's business has doubled.He line.He has been in Orlando for three I feature of the garage is the

not the purpose of the Jeffery price condi-com- I The company advise that they now that were the company to receive an I I supplies a vast number. of peo- years and everybody is conversantwith 'large service station in the rear.
meet
to temporary
pany tions nor to compromise with an im- have more orders than they can fill I order for 50,000 cars to be completedin ple and industries with oils and gaso- his excellent service and reason- Here all repairs of any nature are
agined desire on the part of dealers for some weeks although they will two weeks the order would be line for many miles around. He able prices.CHALMERS. il made in an efficient manner by Mr.
and the public for cheapness."The result turn out 150 sets this month. filled. Now the last six months the I maintains an auto truck which insures Mason's staff of skilled mechanics.

of the continued new price popularity is the direct and con- The Phillips Manufacturing Com- company has been :from 50,000 to prompt delivery of the com- AGENCY SECUREDBY The service station is open day and
I
stantly increasing demand for the pany manufacture a patented line of 60,000 cars behind orders steadily.The I pany's product. FREEMAN V. D. PHILLIPS I I night and every day in the week including -

Jeffery "four." This has brought wood working machinery, hundredsof company turned out five cars I The Gulf Refining Company's station I. Sundays. By being constantly -
) about large scale production We have with in-its which are being used in every statein daily as an average for the fiscal year is located on the Seaboard Air Freeman V. D. Phillips conductsthe on the job Mr. Mason has many

consequent troduced advanced economies.methods of con- the Union and foreign countries.S. 11903 and 1904 failed to increase the I Line tracks on Amelia avenue. The !I auto washing station at 14 East patrons not only from Winter Park

struction which save money, and we average in 1905 and 1906 jumpingto i premises are clean and kept in an excellent I Church street. Not content with con- '.I but from a wide range of territory.
are now -ble to give the public more B. IIUTTON IS ENJOYING AN a daily average of thirty-eight in i I condition. i ducting this growing business )lr.1[During the night a skilled mechanic
car than has heretofore been" possibleto EXCELLENT USED CAR 1907 but dropping to twenty-one i, Three huge tanks are constantlyfilled Phillips went to Jacksonville last I sleeps in a room adjacent to the ser-
give at the original price.
daily in 1908, from which point it I with oil and gasoline. His week and returned with the Chalmers I f I vice station and any motorist needing
BUSINESS mounted to twenty-five daily in 1909 II automobile for service gets it instanter. -
Orange. Osceola
FOR NINE YEARS II. R. BERRY prices are very reasonable and "that agency -
sixty-two daily in 1910, 115 daily the I Good Gulf Gasoline and Supreme and Seminole counties. I i i Mr. Mason sells all kinds of Ford
HAS HAD ONE LOCATION S. B. Hutton conducts a used car following year then 228 daily for Auto Oil" need no further recom- '! The 1916 Chalmers "Six-40" needs and Buick accessories. He also sells "

business at the corner of South Or- 1912 565 daily for 1913 827 daily for mendations. i I but little introduction to the automo- gasoline and oils and does vulcanizing

IL R. ("Bert") Berry is kr.own to ange avenue and Jackson street, be- 1914, and in 1915 the average was bile public. It is a seven passenger ::and every conceivable line of repair ...

everybody in Orlando and this sec- ing in the same salesrooms with 1,027 daily the year round. These THE OAKLAND 1916 LINE I I touring car and the only American work. The garage is a model one and

tion of Florida as the man who con- Messrs. Gooden & Otey, the King and averages were based on 300 working i!:stock car with a valve-in-head overhead I I Mr. Mason is a young business man

ducts the repair shop at the corner of Overland agents respectively. Mr. days. The Oakland line is a big one this 'I cam shaft motor. I! who has merited the success which he

South Main and East Church street Hutton states that business is excel- year and it will show many of the By securing this agency Mr. Phil- !now enjoys. .
just across the way from the Presby- lent. Mr. Hutton makes a specialtyof KING'S NEW FACTORY MANAGERJ. modern different ideas in automobile lips sprang a sensation in local motor

terian church. For nine long years rebuilt Ford cars, although he E. Garlent has resigned after a.. building. For example the four-cyl- : circles because the reputation of this KING EIGHTS SELLING FAST
Mr. Berry has been located in the I buys and sells everything in the used successful career at the Hupp MotorCar inder Oakland will be one of the "best car is thoroughly established. Mr.

same spot and that spot is known to 'car line. He is able to save you Company and is now factory : bets." The four has always been an Phillips expects to have on display The automobile business continues ,
hundreds of motorists who need oil, money and a deal with him will con- manager for the King Motor Car Oakland favorite. one of the new cars the latter part of healthy throughout the country. I

gasoline Ford accessories vulcanizing vince you of that fact. Read his ad- Company, Detroit Owing to added : The Oakland six this year comes this month.. !More big quantity orders than ever A

repairs and advice concerning automobiles vertisement in this section. production on King Eights Mr. Gar- as a new idea-a bold jump into the The Auto Washing Station has a have been received the past season

in general. Mr. Berry has lent has added some excellent timberin low priced sixes but a six with the repair department in charge of F. S. by the factories in Detroit. One of
an efficient staff of mechanics who I Window cards displayed by dealers factory executive positions at the properties of first-class sixes accord- Michael. The station welds cast iron I the latest big orders reported was for

thoroughly understand automobile herald the fact that Goodyear is now King plant. This company was also ing to Oakland men. I aluminum, steel, or any machine fifty King Eights for the R. W. Mun-

;/ ** construction and the finer points of able to put out fifteen thousand auto- forced to secure additional manufac- The Oakland four and six have beenon parts. All work is guaranteed. Gas- zer & Sons company, Minneapolis, 1
'i automobile repairing. mobile tires daily. turing space. the market for several weeks. oline and oil are also handled. Minn. ,
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EIGHT TRUTHS

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Out-Performs All Other TypesThe I 1l


remarkable success of the KING EIGHT is the latest and greatest proof of the
continuing rightness of KING engineering and the steadfast honesty of KING construc-
tion and policy.

The KING was the first in America with enbloc motor, canti-lever springs, left side
drive, center control.
Both pleasure and commercial cars,are now represented in Orange
The KING EIGHT'S success has surpassed the most sanguine hopes of its builders, County. Let the local distributor demonstrate them to you and
and thousands of KING EIGHTS, all over America, are daily teaching motorists what show you the real value to be looked for in a car.
they should NOW expect from an automobile.
The Jefery Chesterfield Six is ready to demonstrate at all .
times and the Four is expected at any time. Watch for its arrival. "
and make bine"
Telephone your appointment smoothness of operation means
SIX has the famous Startingand
for a demonstration. Let us take you over MORE than the mere avoidance of gear The CHESTERFIELD Bijur
the demonstrating playground for autochanging for practically.all speeds and Lighting system, Bosch Ignition, Cantilever Springs, Rayfield
transmission, drive, makes 22 milesto
carburetor, four speed worm
mobiles in this city. We want you to grades. ;
the gallon of gasoline. Motor 3 inches by 5 inches.
watch the performance of the KING
EIGHT. To ride in the front seat and in The KING :MOTOR: CAR COMPANY:: t Price $1350.00The
the tonneau seat-there is no difference. does not rely on periodical radical announcements -
We want you to demonstrate the KING to stimulate sales.The KING Jeffery Four has all the decided advantages of the Six.
EIGHT to yourself. eight-cylinder motor adds to the longevityof It has a seven passenger body with divided front seats, the two
the car. There is less wear and strain auxiliary seats which fold in the back of the front seats. Drivers
The KING EIGHT has a motor of 2- on the working parts. seat adjustable. Motor 3'4x5t/ inches.
inch bore, 5-inch stroke. A wheel base of
113 inches (equal to 120 inches on a six), YOU are interested in a motor car thatis Price $1035.00Commercial
is electrically lighted and started. It is growing in popularity; that does not
the most cars of all weights, sizes and prices.
"get-at-able" Eight on the marbecome antiquated in a year.
ket. Specifications mean n:>thing to YOUin
cold type. The KING EIGHT at $1350 f. o. b. Detroit -
is truly-
You will come to realize after you have
ridden in.the KING EIGHT that the "tur"THE CAR OF NO REGRETS" For Details Ask "DELANEY." Phone 172



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The public wants Buick Sixes, so many ofthem 1 1I I


that we shall build nothingelse H. :R. BERRYA


in 1916

complete line of Ford Accessories; A staff of

expert mechanics to render satisfaction in all
PIONEER BUILDERSOF
VALVE-IN-HEAD lines of Automobile Repair Work; Vulcanizing,

MOTOR CARS Oils and Gasoline, and fair and square prices.



FOR NINE YEARS



I We have been in business at the same location,

Corner of S. Main and Church Streets.

Phone 226.



F H. R. BERRY



Orlando's Leading Repair Shop and


$985Regardless Garage




of the car you buy or the price you pay,

nowhere can you get greater value .


More enduring than chrome vanadium This demand has become over-whelming
steel, more wonderful than the finest that now for 1916, the Four gives way to oJ
workmanship, is the idea that can dominSixes.. Two chassis, both Sixes, with
ate an industry. roadster, touring car, coupe, sedan bodies.The ..
Six has been made the standard because -
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built than eve,before it is interesting to has its greatest opportunity for service.
remember that the distinguishing characAlso since the first appearance of the tliMMMItHMMHHMMIMIHMMIIIMOMMMHIMMMHMMMMIHMMIMHItiWE
teristic of the Buick, the Valve-in-Head Buick Six there has arisen an insistent I
idea for demand for smaller Buick sixes.
existed
Motor, has as an
twenty-five years and been built The Six is a natural, logical, efficient -
Buick cars for thirteen form for the Valveinmto -
Head type. Never before has
years.
the Valve-in-Head idea had

From 1903 to 1907 the Buick such adequate materialization. BUY and SELL
1916
Valve-in-Head was a two cylinder -
This year the Buick factory is
engine. From 1908 to 1914
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arranged for Sixes exclusively.The
dominated the
four
cylinders production will be large.Demand -
field and the Buick ValveinHead -
4 Four dominated other 1 necessitates a steady Used Cars of All Descriptions A
stream of Buick trains leavmgypes.
t The Buick
the factory during the season.
Head Six was first pu Valve-in-J}.xes
market in 1913. Fours And the Power, Economy, Dependability -
so contmued-but the Valve-in- and Comfort of 1916 Rebuilt FordsA
Head Six had stirred the imag- Exclusively I I Buick Sixes justify the demand
ination of the car buying public. more than ever. Study the
The demand from the start outpaced specifications and you'll see

the production. why .

SPECIALTY

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HORSE POWER-Built regularly in which remain attached and fold neatly
45 and 55 horse power. Six-Cylinder in top when not in use. WINDSHIELD -
i Valve-in-Head motor with two size -Two-piece rain vision and
chassis. WHEEL BASE-115 and ventilating. LEFT HAND DRIVE j See Us for Ford Delivery Cars j
130 inches. REAR AXLES-Genuine and center control. Quick demount-
full floating with spiral bevel pear able rims. UPHOLSTERING
drive. REAR SPRINGS-Buick quality, genuine leather, luxuriously
special cantilever. BODY-Full trimmed over curled hair and deep
stream line exceptionally roomy for coil springs. Handsomely painted
both passengers and driver. One-man and finished. Furnished completetop
with clear vision side-curtains, even to the smallest detail. Used Cars Sold On CommissionLet


Us Know Your Wants In

PRICES-F. O. B. FLI MICHIGAN

Roadsters and Touring Cars, $950 to $1485.; Coupes and Inside Drive Sedans, $1350 to

$1875.COOK. H THE USED CAR LINE I






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THE 1916 MODELS WILL ARRIVE ABOUT 25TH INST. THE PRICE IS REDUCED ONE HUNDRER AND SEV-

ENTY DOLLARS, SELLING AT NINE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS HERE, '''ITHA GREAT MANY IMPROVEMENTS -
AND REFINEMENTS.

CHASSIS PRACTICALLY SAME AS 1915.: NEW BODY DESIGN TO CONFORM: TO THE LATEST FASHIONS. NEW

DESIGN FENDERS; NEW DESIGN RUNNING BOARDS, SPEEDOMETERS AND AMMETER LOCATED IN CENTER
OF DASH CAN BE SEEN FROM: REAR SEAT AS WELL AS FRONT.SPARK AND THROTTLE CONTROL LEVERS ON

TOP OF STEERING WHEEL; NO BETTER, BUT THE BUYERS SEEM TO LIKE IT BETTER. DOORS, NEW LOCK-
ING DEVICE UNLOCKS AND LOCKS MORE READILY. THE BEST OF ALL IS THE COMBINATION: LOCKING DE-

VICE, MADE POSSIBLE BY THE UNIQUE REO DESIGN. THIS ENABLES YOU TO SIMULTANEOUSLY LOCK

THE STARTER TRANSMISSION AND FLOOR BOARD. THE TRANSMISSION IS LOCKED IN NEUTRAL SO THATIT
WILL BE UTTERLY IMPOSSIBLE TO PUT THE CAR IN GEAR OR START THE ENGINE. THE DRIVER KNOWS

THE COMBINATION; THE THIEF DOES NOT. WHEN YOU LEAVE YOUR REO YOU WILL FIND IT RIGHT

THERE WHEN YOU RETURN. DON'T BUY TILL YOU SEE THIS WONDERFUL CAR; IF YOU DO YOU MIGHT

REGRET IT.,
WE EXPECT TO BE IN OUR NEW GARAGE ABOUT THE FIFTEENTH, WHERE WE WILL BE MUCH BETTER
EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF OUR RAPIDLY GROWING BUSINESS.

WTE DO NOT EXPECT EVERY ONE TO OWN REO'S, BUT WHETHER YOU OWN A REO OR SOME OTHER .

:MAKE, IT WILL BE OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU. MR. J. MILLER WILL REMAIN WITH US AS DEMONSTRATOR -
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AND SALESMAN: AND MR. ROY BARNARD WILL BE HEAD MAN IN CHARGE OF THE REPAIR DE-
PARTMENT.

CALL TO SEE US IN OUR NEW QUARTERS, WE WILL HAVE SOME SURPRISES FOR YOU.

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They absorb the jolts and rebounds automatically and ease ding. All this means greater comfort and safety for you and
the car back to its normal position where the springs are permitted those who ride with you.
to give all the comfort and easy riding qualities their manu- Again, economy is a natural sequence. With no bouncing,
facturers intend them to give. In other words, the "Phillips" there is less tire wear. Without jolt, jar and vibration there is
Shock Absorber does not work only when needed. The further less engine and magneto trouble, less breaking of spark-plugs and
up and down the springs travel the more resistance the absorber less racking of chassis. The car lasts longer and its up-keep is
gives. If you go over a LITTLE rut you get a LITTLE resistance much less.
from the absorber, if you go over a BIG rut you get BIG resis Last, but not least, one of Orlando's prominent physicians ,
tance. said, "Shock absorbers are absolutely necessary from a health
These are the only real absorbers on the market. Xo other stand point."This is illustrated in a practical way by the fact that
absorber made will work automatically when needed and give five of Orlando doctors were among the very first to appreciatemore
or less resistance in proportion to whether you are riding the superior advantages of "Phillips" Shock Absorbers.over .
extremely rough or moderately rough roads, as do our Phillips Absorbers are mechanically perfect nothing to wear
They absolutely control the springs and rough roads can not out but what can be replaced for a few cents. They are guaranteed -
provoke! them to violent action. They stop jumping jerking, against any and all breaks and repairs for one year. Sold on
eidesway, and make the car hold the road and thus stop skid- thirty days trial. Your money back if not satIsfied.Iade in
four sizes for any size cr make of car.


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THE PHILLIPS MFG. CO., Orlando, Fla.Corner .


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For Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties


The 1916 CHALMERS "Six-4O"


Seven-passenger Touring Car, $1350 f. o. b. Detroit will be on display in our salesrooms the latter part of

September. The Chalmers "Six-40" is the only American stock car which has a valve in head motor with

overhead camshaft. We also wish the public to know that we are able to take care of all Battery and Starter

and Motor Trouble. Also Welding. We weld small or large articles.







A 14 E. Church St.




FREEMAN V. D. PHILLIPS, Manager


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to the trained motorist, is not
R an approximate idea of the true worth and beauty
be properly judged and appreciated only by
of its record under conditions of actual service.
close view of its sturdy construction will
this car are combined all the elements that
at a surprisingly low cost.

The fact that it is an Oakland is your
will give enduring service.

Roominess and Riding Comfort

The Oakland Six will seat five passengers No
comfortably without crowding. The driving electric :
compartment has plenty of leg room, even for The
a tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You
wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your
cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, giving -
real comfort to the passangers. The trimby the
ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.
Great Strength with Light Weight
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great tire and gasoline mileage. tire sill of len

Power and Speed secure

The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder; motor found
will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all
the flexibility and smooth running qualities a .
throttle.Six should have, and is. very responsive to the axle The

Low Center of Gravity rear !
Like all' Oakland models, the weight of this tion
car is carried low to the ground. This prevents
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires. usual
and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This
low center of gravity makes the car eas-
ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in.' Left

Vacuum Gasoline System shiftin ;

The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is ab- drums.
solutely automatic. You can forget you have wheel. I .
it on the car. No air pump to get out of order -
or leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out \
gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the I
all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallon
of gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key.
of the car where it belongs. ning
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