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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 14, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1915. NUMBER 184.I" .




I" U. S. INVASION SERIOUS MEXICAN PLAN ? I




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BROWNSVILLE ALARMEDAT Bloody Mexicans FIVE TROOPS OF U. S. CAVALRY Brief Bulletins


AFFAIRS SERIOUS_THERE TURN OF 1'I''j' Ravage Texas As RIO ON GRANDE MOVE SOUTH Ticked Off Wire P APfN Will I Of NEXT TO GO ;


Peace Is Planned At Late Hour

MANY BANDS ARE IN OPERATION'Martial :' MEXICANS CROSSING INTO TEXAS ]

Washington, Sept. 13.-So hopefulis Washington, D. C.-Officials began I AS RESULT T Of REPEATED AIR
Secretary of State Lansing and his
Law Has Been Declaredin associates that the Pan-American u. S. Mail Carriers Attacked; plans today for the first meeting of I
the naval advisory board, which will '
a Number of Towns; i Mexican conference will be successfuland Mexicans Cross Rio Grandein

Feeling Is at a High that a plan for the restoration of Boats; Cause Much direct American its activities navy toward through improvingthe science \
RAIDS lONDON IMIMARY ON GUARD
I peace in Mexico may be soon workedout

Pitch that Ambassador Naon today Damage :and nouncement invention.of Secretary the board's Daniels'personnel an- i

postponed his visit to Argentina and
Brownsville, Tex, Sept. 13.Feeling will remain over for another week. Brownsville, Tex, Sept. 13.-Five I said it would have its first session in -
result of the his office on October 6. Thomas A. PICKFORD IMPERILEDNew
is high here as a
Secretary Lansing announced that troops of the United States cavalry IMPORTANT SERIES CON-
cowardly attack on the ten American Edison, the chairman, will preside.
the conference will be at Washingtonsome have been ordered to a point ten miles York, Sept. .-Two thou- FERENCES ON BETWEEN
band of than -
troopers by a more forty
this week. It
day probably will
Mexicans early this morning. Both be A de- below here en the Rio Grande following St. Petersburg, Fla.-:Members\ of sand persons were rendered tempora- LANSING AND COUNT
Wednesday
or Thursday.
the United States troops and Texas a telephone message late tonight the charter commission at their last rily homeless, a score of firemen and
cision as to an early meeting was
Rangers are scouring the country for reached at the conference between to Fort Brown which said that large meeting, were given an intimation of tenement dwellers wre injurd, and a A
ANOTHER AIR RAID ON LONDONAnd
of the Mexicans but to that will before loss of $1,000,000 was entailed Satur-
trace up a I I Secretary Lansing and Ambassador ands Mexicans were crossing into a suggestion come
late hour tonight they had met withno I them later in their deliberations on day night in a general alarm fire in
I Naon. There is a division of opinion Texas. Many of them across
same the building at 213-227 West Twenty-
Several Mexicans the of the
revising
success. living'near advisability pres-
Result Effort
in official circles to the that as Special
as policy
the river in boats while others swan! sixth street. The structure was oc-
the of the attack I charter and which if
scene were ent city put up
will be but there
pursued, is good Will Be Made to Guard
taken into custody pending investiga- ground for believing that the major- across on their horses. to the voters of the city, might resultin I cupied principally by the Famous

of members of the conference will The United State Mail carrier"were an entire change of form of gov- Players Film company, of which London From
tion.Military ity
authorities here believe for St. Adolph Zukor is president, Daniel
the demand that Carranza and his attacked late this afternoon bya ernment Petersburg. Harm
gov-
attack is the first of its kind Frohman, managing director, and David -
band
against ernment be recognized. of twenty Mexicans; while delivering -

American troops and is the beginningof These, who will urge this, maintain mail between Eddinburg: and Pensacola, Fla.-Another naval shipis When Belasco the one fire of started the owners. Pick- Washington, Sept. 13.The first ofa
serious invasion of American terri- V-lafina[ fifty miles northwest of expected to reach the Pensacola Mary
that peace and order in Mexico can ford other series of important conferences be-
and number of
tory as elaborately provided for m best be brought about through Car- here. One bullet went through the naval station on September 16, and a promi- tween Count Von Bernstorff, the Ger- "'

the Mexican "plan de San Diego." ranza's efforts in view of the appar- hat of one carrier and struck him in persons who are in position to know nent be called actors"The were Twisted rehearsing Road.a play" As to man ambassador, and Secretary of

There is no doubt in the minds of ent disintegration of the Villa following the neck. Although seriously wounded stated that it will be the battleship the of fire through the build- State Lansing took place today at the

officials here that the Mexicans have and the proposals that Car- he made his escape by jumpinginto Kentucky, which had of late been assigned i. ing cry Miss Pickford rang lost her entire state department.The .

thoroughly organized a movement to ranza will meet with the proper rep- the heavy mesquite bushes along as a naval reserve vessel, and purpose of the conference was
wardrobe and the loss on the one film
invade the United States, and it is resentatives and consider all ques- the roadside. which had carried the reserves from to reach an amicable and definite un-
being rehearsed was $75,000. Priceless -
known that fully 1,200 are already tions relating to Mexico's internal af- the state of Maryland on a cruise derstanding of the issues between the
l which be
negatives can never replaced -
operating in this district.In fairs and the interests of foreigners, CIRCUIT COURT OPENED YESTERDAY within the past few weeks. two governments.The .
were destroyed.
addition to those already here a whose investments have suffered -MUCH WORK German ambassador has been

number of bands are reported to have largely during the four years of revo- AHEAD Jacksonville, Fla.-That a national PREACHES FIRST SERMONThe given authority by his government to

crossed the Rio Grande into American lution. bank with a capital stock of $504,000and Rev. Eugene Reid, who was re- take up every point with Secretary
territory today and it is known that a When the Pan-American conference The September term of the circuit a surplus of not less than $100- cently ordained, preached his first Lansing.

fishing boat landed men and horses at resumes, the appointment of a com- court started its grind yesterday. The 000 will be opened in Pensacola by sermon before an Orlando public Sun- Each step will be submitted to Berlin -

Point Isabel, on the gulf coast. mission to meet Carranza at some session gives promise of running into January 1, 1916, was the statement of day morning at the Baptist church. for approval.On .

The United States military authori- border city will be urged, at which next week, as there is a large docket. Col. W. W. Flournoy, of DeFuniak, lie preached a very scholarly sermon. his part Lansing will be in con-

issued notice that all Mexicans in this time Carranta's claims concerningthe The Sunday closing law cases later who is associated with W. W. Down- Sunday afternoon he departed for stant touch with President Wilson. ,

district found in possession of fire- stability of his government will come up for a hearing until the ing, of Brewton, in the purchase of points in Mississippi and later will

arms would be dealt with severely. be inquired into and his plans for the part of the week. the First National bank building. attend a seminary at Louisville. May Give Papen Passports
of' Martial law has been declared in a protection of foreign interests and The following cases were disposedof -0-
number of towns. yesterday: State vs. General Red- Washington, Sept. 13.-Captain von
the reimbursement of losses
Cot R. L. Bullard the sustained dick, colored, breaking and entering, Washington, D. C.-Germany's ex- Papen, military attache of the Ger-
commanding
will be considered. If the Mexican planation of the unsuccessful attempt DAMN IN TOWN 1 MINUTE
; man embassy! will be sent home im-
United States troops at Fort Brown leader can show this commission that plea of guilty, nine months; State vs. ,
to the Cunard liner Orduna
destroy ,
mediately, if Secretary Lansing tells
.
today notified General Nafarette the General Baker, colored, aggravated
with an embargo by this country on July 9, is that the submarine com- Ambassador Bernstorff he desires it
leader of the Carranza forces at Mat- against arms to his opponents he can assault, guilty of assault, $25 and mander violated his instructions, AND SPENDS $$1 announced the German embassy to-,
amoras, that if any Mexicans who suppress all revolutionary forces at costs or sixty days; Lucius Childers,
which not to attack liner
were ,
any day. Captain von Papen is desirousof
had been conducting raids in Texas once, the question of his recognitionwill assault and battery, plea of guilty,
but that because of the weather he
were found to be members of his then follow. $5 and costs; Joe Jackson and Ben REAL ESTATE MAN DID NOT joining the German army; The
was unable to make out the characteror United States will be asked to fur-
army that he would be held to strict Belton, colored, temporary use of SPEND ALL OF HIS
of the Orduna.
nationality nish him with a safe conduct.
property of another
accountability. not sentenced; -0- MONEY ON TRIP __ __ 'T ,
Bullard also declared that if any OCOEE SCHOOL IS OPENED Eugene Robinson, alias Jim Robinson, '
Mexican bandits were to seek refugein colored, gambling, plea of guilty, Athens, Sunday.-An American citizen Another Raid on London
three months. of standing in Athens has received Believes Orlando and Orange London, Sept. 13.Bulletin.Thepress
Mexican territory Nafarette would
be called on to deliver them into the GOOD ATTENDANCEPROF. The jury empanelled is composedof advices from Constantinople, County Faces Biggest and bureau announces that an aero-

.;-. hands of the United States authori- Messrs. W. J. Hamrick, J. W. New- which he says are trustworthy, that Best Winter in plane dropped bombs along the Kent-

ties. man, W. H. Mixon, II. B. Merritt, the situation of the Turkish army and HistoryII. ish coast this afternoon and that four

KELLAR AND AN EN- Thos. Henkel, W. L. Moore. F. O. government is unfavorable. According -persons were injured.-

TIRELY NEW FACULTY Hoequist, E. W. Butt, A. C. Ellerson, i to this information, the positionof Carl Dann has returned from a I The hostile machine was driven off

HIGH QUAIJFICATIONS : IN CHARGE A. J. Keen, S. W. Shepherd, A. D. the Turkish forces defending the combination business and pleasure !. by British naval aeroplanes.

1--- Arnold, A. McConnell, and J. W. Dardanelles is precarious. trip which took him to Philadelphia,

1I I Reports From Orange County, White. -0- New York and other cities in the London Taking Every Precaution

To Become President S. F. C. C. I Schools Yesterday Tarpon Springs, Fla.-No word has East... Prosperity, good business, a London, Sept. 13.-As a result of
at Permanent Organization Opening ALLIED FINANCIERS SECURE been received of the diving boat, Por- bright future, lots of land sales, and repeated Zeppelin raids on London, i

at Orlando Are MostFavorable NEW YORK OFFICE tortissa, and her crew of four men, high class optimism was written all Admiral Sir Percy Scott has been appointed -

on the missing unit of the fleet of the over Dann's face when he alighted to take charge of the gunnery

November New York, N. Y.-The joint Anglo- schooner Beatrice, as today gasses from the A. C. L. train at 3:24 o'clock defense in London against all air-

Ocoee, the Oakland-Winter Garden, French commission! here to arrange a and marks the passing of ten days Sunday afternoon.At craft. Official announcement of his

The next meeting of the"South Zellwood and hey schools opened credit with which to pay for supplies since the storm in which the loss happened 3:25 o'clock, or one minute after appointment was made tonight. ,

Florida Chamber of Commerce will yesterday. Supt. McKinnon attendedthe purchased here for England and his arrival, as he was leaving the sta-

be held at Orlando November 11, and opening exercises of the Ocoee France, expects to begin work in ear- -0- tion in his big new Cadillac car, he

at that time the organization is expected school, which were of unusual inter- nest next week. The commission will Brownsville, Tev.- Mexicans attacked unconsciously disregarded the traffic CHANGES IN.THE ARCADE

to be put upon a permanentbasis. est.A establish down town headquartershere a patrol of American. cavalrymen laws and was arrested by Officer I

The meeting should be largely goodly number of the patronsand to be in close touch with the today; two miles up the Rio Broom. All of which goes to show
attended from all section of South citizens of the financial district. Grande from here and wounded two Several Business
community were that he had not spent all of his dol- Rooms to Be
Florida. present with two of the trustees. The George Reading and Bassel B. American troopers. The fight occurred lars on his trip but saved some for Opened-Oakland Garageto
lion. W. C. Temple, of Winter Park, faculty is Blackett, two members after
entirely new, composed of today were soon daylight. the good old home town. West End
Occupy
prime mover of the association and Prof. Kellar as with Misses entertained by J. .
principal, Morgan. Other Mr. Dann believes that business in
now president of the temporary or- I I Elbeth Mulholland Carrie Sloan and commissioners and their families were Pensacola, Fla.-L. Zimmerman, a Orlando for the coming season will Livery Barn ,A
ganization, explains that the unit of Edith Larson assistants. at the of from the bark
as country places Willard D. seaman Norwegian be better than ever. lie is of the ;>
organization lies primarily in the local Prof. Kellar the Strait and Frank A. Dova Lisboa here Improvements are being made in
presided at open- Vanderlip. recently arriving opinion that there will be more win- .
organization.The the Arcade building by the manager, 1
ing exercises and addresses were with a cargo of manganese ore, com- ter residents than last year and that
president of each local boardin made by the two CHARGED POPE'S MAIL mitted suicide in the James Magruder. Several new rooms <
trustees present, IS INTERFERED Saturday night they will come ready to buy and to
the county is de facto representative Messrs. Bartlett and Sloan WITH will be opened up on the west side of
Mr. jail.
Gray, city invest in permanent winter homes or
from his board to the county ors Rev. G. E. Guild McKinnon the hallway which will be fitted up j
Supt. -Q- in Orange county "dirt" as Mr. Dann
ganization. The county board in turn and the principal.Two Cologne.The Koelnische Volkszei- Pittsburgh .-While it is generally refers to this ejcellent soil. and rented this winter. The rooms ;

elects its president, who is its de facto additional rooms were addedto tung, the leading Catholic organ in believed that Hans Wagner will Mr. Dann asserted that Californiahad will be small in size, will be nicely .

delegate to the board of directors of the building during the summer Germany, reports that official corre- be tendered the management of the note claimed all the people who fitted up, and at a moderate rent will A '

the South Florida Chamber of Com- and the entire building put in first spondence of Pope Benedict with the Pirates next season, it is also gener- went West. "You see," said Mr. no doubt rent easily. The work will 1

merce. This latter board is composedof class condition. The enrollment was papal nuncio of :Munich\ posted at ally believed that he will refuse the Dann, "the thousands of people who be completed by the first of October. .

one delegate from each of the fifteen perhaps the largest in the history of Rome, has not arrived at its destina- honor. have gone to the 'Frisco fair will find ::\Magruder:\ is also planning to a

South Florida counties. the school, and in every way the tion in several instances. that climatic conditions in that sec- make some changes in his livery barn. *... i
This board of directors elects from opening was most auspicious. Letters containing the appointmentof London.-The Austro-German arm- tion are not comparable to Florida. A partition will be put in which will

among its own members the president I I I Reports from the other schools that the bishop of Gnesen and Posen ies on the eastern front, still strivingfor After they have seen the sights they divide the main room of the barn, S

of the South Florida Chamber of'''opened yesterday morning were also and also matters concerning the Bres- definite results, are making prog- will return, clean up, repack their leaving one entrance opening on

S.. Commerce. highly favorable. After visiting the lau diocese are among those allegedto ress everywhere except along the Galician grips and come to good old Florida.On Court street and another on Main ..
'- Thus a man, to rise to the presi- I I Ocoee school Supt. McKinnon called, be missing. The newspaper invites frontier, where the Russians report my trip I met with hundreds of The livery business will be confined to

dency of the South Florida organization on his way home, to inspect the Win- I the Italian government to investigate further.success business men who were interested in the Main street side of the building.The ,

must go through a "sifting" I dermere school which opened the I the matter. =o- Florida, particularly Orange county. room opening on Court street '

process, which is designed to elimi- week previous. He found the house I Valparaiso, Ind.-James )McGuire They want to invest and come here will be fitted up and used as a garage

nate the inefficient. First he must j I filled with pupils and the teacher, ORLANDO LODGE NO. 69, 72 years old, a day laborer here, has permanently, or they want to come and sales room for the famous Oak- 1

be elected head of his local board of I Miss Ruth Pansing,busy at work. The F. & A. M. fallen heir to $45,000 at Cleveland, for the winter months and buy homes land car, for which Mr. Magruder has

trade; next his colleagues must place I I first week's attendance was almost 0., by the death of his mother :Mrs.: and really live." the local agency. i

him at the head of the county organization I i equal to the entire enrollment last Orlando Lodge No. 69, F. & A. M., Simeon :McGuire, who died last Feb- Mr. Dann admitted that he went
; and lastly, he, equally with I term. will meet in regular communicationin ruary. North to do some advertising for NOTICE TO BASEBALL FANS -if:

his fourteen fellow' members of the I Supt. McKinnon, as usual when their hall at 7:30 Tuesday evening, some of his land in this section and

board of directors of the S. F. C. C. convenient, took with him on these September 14, 1915. Work in E. A. London.-An attack with gunfire on he believes he will have some results Scores and standing of your favor- ; -

the very cream of South Florida' visits some of the pupils of the Orlando degree. Your presence is earnestly a neutral ship by a German submarine that will be noticeable on a large ite teams on page 8. All of yesterday's ..l:
stands in line results.
for the presidency of I school and Miss Florence Moorman requested.By is reported in a dispatch from scale this winter. On the trip Mr.

the South Florida Chamber of Com- of the Maitland school. Rev. G. E. I order of the W. M. Christiana to Reuter's Telegram com- Dann was accompanied by Mrs. Dann
Curtis & O'Neal-the artistic pie"J
irerce. i
f I Guild was also in the party. H. :M.: Voorhis, secretary. pany. and his small son. tare framers. ,


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CO WAY ITEMS PIIOXE 72 P. O. BOX 414
Another Handsome Addition:' Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER

Conway, Fla., Sept. 11.-School JIMMIE'S PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERTerms

opened Monday evening with a good To District
Orlando'suBusiness
attendance-twenty-eight in the primary VALENTINE I Reasonable

department and twenty-three in --
Miss DurhamRoom
Mabel!
the graded classes, with Mrs. Ilickson By the first of October at the very estate office of Jas. L. Giles. This

at the helm and Miss Frint her able I DONALD CHAMBERUN latest Orlando will have completed room will be fitted up with the most
BT No. 9 Better Known as "Jake, thfj 'umber"
assistant. These teachers gave so another handsome addition to her modern office fixtures obtainable and
DAVIS & McXEIL BUILDING
much satisfaction last year that a business district. The remodeled will in every way be a model for Or

special request was made for their "St. Valentine's day." remarked Ed Guernsey building will be ready for lando's business and professionalmen. Church Street

return this term. gar.Swift. to his friends Mr. and Mrs. occupancy by that date. -- .--

Mr. W. J. Conoly has been suffer- Twining! with whom be was dining The new rooms will be handsomely The small room which faces on HAS OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP .

ing from a rather severe attack of on the I-Ub of February children., "has no"Interest : finished, and equipped with all the up Church street will be occupied by the A. B. Cook & Co.
for
rheumatism, and though somewha any one except to date fixtures which go to give to millinery business of Mrs. Frank L.
The host and hostess glanced at each OX WEST PINE STREET, JUST
better is not able to get around. other meaningly. business places an attractive and inviting Soper and will be one of the most attractively Christ Building, Orlando.

Mr. J. P. Rutherford is one of the appearance.The and uniquely arranged mil-
"1 think It a very pretty custom ACROSS FROM FOUXDRY.
lucky orange growers of this sectionas room which foe; years has been linery establishments in Orlando.
said Mrs. Twining "for the he will have a fine crop of fruit occupied by the Guernsey Hardware The new location, to which the
especially those who are old enough to INVESTMENTS, LOANS
this His in will be entirely remodeledand hardware stock is .
year. trees are prime con- have a glimmering of what love Is." company Guernsey being removed -
dition and he is preparing ground to "I can tell you a story about a St. refinished, the ceiling will be of is now practically complete STOCKS AND

set out more young trees that were Valentine's day." said Mr. Twining:; steel and will be fifteen feet high. and a considerable portion of the BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Phone 204

raised in Pennsylvania. This is a that I think will interest youI knewa i The Orange avenue front of the room stock has already been moved. This

rather unique experience, growing boy whose name was Jim. Jim was !will be opened out, but will be thor- room is one of the commodious busi-

citrus trees in the North and trans- eleven years old. He lived in tbe country oughly' screened, and a partition ness apartments of Orlando, having a
in a house within six miles of which
planting to Florida soil, but this Mr. :running lengthwise of the room will frontage of 22 feet on Orange avenue
there was no other house; therefore I
Rutherford accomplished' by housing. be had no playmates except his own I divide it into two apartments. The and extending 120 feet back to the

the tender plants during the winter i I brothers lUll 1 sisters. They were much i corner room will be occupied by the .alley. This gives adequate facilities Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

months. His young trees planted five alike to him except that he thoughthis i grocery firm of Roland & Empie, and .for receiving stock and sending out

years ago are now in bearing. sisters very i oor company for him. I the north room will be fitted- up for goods, and gives ample space for the DIRECTORS AND
Miss Ethel Crawford will teach They wanted to play with heir dulls. I an up to date barber shop which will :sales room. The completion of this EMBALMERSReal

school in Kissimmee this year. Miss and Jim wanted to play ball and tennis I be occupied by Elijah Whitehead. block of business rooms marks an-
in summer and skate and Boast in
Belle Crawford will return to Oak- winter. i A handsomely equipped office room other big step forward in the improvement -' Values Low Prices

land-Winter Garden school', and Miss "One dayone of Jim's father's old on the extreme north side of this : of Orlando's business

Sarah will teach in Orlando high friends: \\': ,. pers aded! to build on a I building will be occupied by the real I'trict. diS-1 COMPARE

school. site a couple of miles from where Jim I

The W. C. T. U. held a very pleas- lived. When the house was finished III OWL CALLS ON A CANARY AND "Aw, you can catch him without
this friend and his wife settled in it, OUR FURNITURE
ant meeting at Mr. and Mrs. G. W.Craword's IS PUNISHED FOR IT that," said Jimmy's elder brother, i
and Jim's mother went to call on the ;
home on Lake Conway.Mrs. neighbors: taking: Jim with her. There New York. "Pat! Pat! There's an Sam. "The boob can't see in the
Huxtable has been appointed or- was a little frtrt in the other family I owl on the canary bird's cage!" exclaimed light. We provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -

ganizer and speaker for this district, named Lnurtte. She was ten years Mrs. Patrick J. Shelly 'esterI Shelly closed all the windows and by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

which extends to DeLand and East old and a very pretty little girl: Indeed. I from force of habit felt in his pocketfor an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .

Coast towns. 'She is very capable and Since she was the first girl except hb I day.Shelly, who is probation officer in a summons. Thinking better of can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

efficient in this work, is & forceful sisters Jim bad ever seen be lookedat i the domestic relations court was it, he grabbed the blanket from the stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
her She Jim
wonderlngty. eyed
speaker and altogether a woman of i reading in his parlor at No. 899 Pacific baby's crib in the next room wrapped
askance. Her mother told her to take
fine character. She very ably con- Jim out and show him the place, the I street, Brooklyn. the owl in it and thrust the strug-

ducted several silver medal contests horses the cow and other things. Jim I "Sure there is, dad," cried Jimmy gling bird in a cage a now defunct McNEILL\ & DAVIS BLOCK

here, and we wish her all kinds of went with her and looked everythingover I Shelly, six years, rushing for a salt parrot once occupied. The owl was

success. while she i told him about her own I shaker. "Put some salt on his tail!" taken to the Prospect park zoo. Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
favorite horse and a bunny she had
and all that When they had seen everything -
BUYERS AND SELLERSI
they went back into the I
house. Jim's mother bad finished her
buy, sell rent and exctaiige real
I call, and she and Jim took their de-
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., I 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Comb
over 30 years. Have handled over i parture.
820.000,000. Call and see me. "Jim. as I have told you before, having
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. never seen i a girl except his own
sisters, thought: a lot about Lauretteand -- Honey
anxious to to see her
was very go
Umbrellas recovered and repaired I
again. Cut since she lived at a distance -
"while you wait." at Young's Repair and Jim was a very bashful boy, Pure Orange BlossomSee

Shop, 21 E. Pine St. not at all used to girls be didn't go.

One day when the rural deliverymandrove
the display in our window.
by Jim happened to be out by
Read the Morning Sentinel for the
the letter box.
news. lOc. week delivered.
a
"'Here's something from your sweet-

beart. Jimmy; he said and banded Jim ''' MessageTo Sweet PotatoesJust
an envelope stamped all over with itL
bleeding] hearts and cupids."Jim the BusinessMen No. 6
saw his name on the envelope received a large supply.
The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's of OrlandoA
and something strange welled up within -

him. He had the only valentine be young doctor, making a start in a small town decided that to be prosperoushe
bad ever received and he had a sweetheart must look prosperous. He bought a new buggy and two goodjhorses. Althoughhe CoffeeWe
Select Boarding and Day He did not know who that had only a few patients he always kept on the jump, attending to his patients'
sweetheart was but she was undoubtedly smallest needs. People began to notice this young doctor driving about town and
School for Girls
16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 a ,lrU and she bad sent him a they called him because he looked busy and prosperous. He got his start-a start carry the finest grades in the : ; !
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valentine. It seemed that this was that led to a comfortable practice.A .
Primary, Intermediate and Academic quite enough bliss for all at once and town like this doctor, must look prosperous to be prosperous. city. All prices. A
Grade3 Jim kept turning the envelope over and Clean streets, attractive store windows well-painted buildings and dwellings

Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical I examining: the bleeding hearts and the give the prosperous air. Well-painted buildings are greatest of these.

Culture and Domestic Science. cupids as though he feared that if be WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS .
For Catalogues address the Rector opened it the rest of this delirium: of
White Leadand .
joy would be too much for him. But Dutch Boy Atlantic
Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M., at last he broke it open very carefully

Orlando, Fla. so as not to tear any of the bleeding Y

hearts or the cupids and drew fortha Dutch Boy linseed oil make a most durable and protective paint that keeps Our Grocery CompanyTwo t
very pretty valentine with a couplet buildings well painted. These materials can be mixed to suit conditions and
ending "He my valentine.' tinted any color desired. Sold by all good dealers. Better get ia touch with your Phones: 3 and 200
$29.15 "Jim took hfc valentine into the house dealer in the interests of prosperity.

and who showed could: have it to sent all the It. family, asking NATIONAL LEAD COMPANYANNOUNCEMENT 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

- "Ob. dear: exclaimed his sisters
Jim's pot a sweetheartrVho7 I
ashing1on D. r C.AND "'\ asked Jim. blushing. MliilMIIMHIMtlillllillllMMIttMitilMiMMMifCAREY

"'Why. Laurette of course! There'sno
other girl: about here to send It.
RETURN """ftb the word Laurette Jim felt a
sudden warmth about his heart he bad

never felt before thats the reason loveIs .
VIA considered to be in the heart. I suppose I

*. He went off by himself to escape HAND
the other children's gibes. lie
Atlantic Coast line
looked at the valentine then at the envelope -

turning from one to the other TO TilE PUBLIC: FUNERAL DIRECTOR
till he knew every cupid and every
Standard Railroad of the Sooth bleeding heart and the couplet and We beg to announce that our
AND EMBALMER
everything else there was about It. contract with the Orlando Ice
ACCOUNT "Jim was too young to go alone to
see Lnurette and asked his older brother Company having terminated we

Dick) It he wouldn't go with him. will on Sunday, September 12th, '

G.G, AifR' Encampment said He only Dick.got 'Jim's laughed:: in at.love 4IIaw' Jim haw felt: 1913, assume ownership and All calls answered Promptly Dayor

as though hid heart had been torn out control of the ice delivery.To Night. Hand Block.

of his bosom. lie went off and pined avoid possible temporary

Crickets sold SEPI. 25-26-27 alone. inconvenience to our patrons the Orlando Florida.PHONE
"11t:.>anwDUe Jim's valentine must have .
uillilin3l] limit to reach original been pining for him. for one morning business will for the present be ,

15th. Laurette's father drove by and asked conducted from the offices of; 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,
starting point Oct. if Jimmy might not go home with himand
spend; the day. When Jim heard the Orlando Ice Company, wherea

of the invitation it almost took his down town sales room will be
breath away Ills mother took off his
For Information Call on maintained as heretofore.We I
suit and put on a betfer one and brushed -
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. I his hair and stuffed a handkerchief will honor all ice tickets

W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. In bis |>oket.. and lie climbed into the issued by the Orlando Ice Com-

OrlandoRACICRD'S wagon and away he went to Laurette. all tickets not paid for being -
pany, STATION
"Jim remembers that day now. whenhe AUTOYASIIING\
is forty years old. as the happiest of payable to us.

his life. His wedding;: day was very Plans for the permanent organization -
PRESSING CLUB fine-he married Lmrl'tte-but for pure,
unalloyed quintessence of bliss there: of the ice deliveryinto THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR

Located in the Arcade BuildingAll has never been anything like that first a separate department in

work and whole day n.? spent with her though our business will be announced REPAIRING MICHAEL, Mechanic.
guaranteed neat- the receipt of tbe valentine] was a wondrous .
ly done. Our work is the best joy of its own kind unlike anything later.We Known as "The Handy Man." .

and our prices are the lowest. else and never to be experienced propose to furnish our pa- ----- --
This is the place to have a gl In."
:your trons with ice manufactured
old clothes made new. "No one but the fellow who experienced : pure WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-
all that" said Swift "could] from distilled water,
Suit scrubbed and chine parts. Work guaranteed.
pressed__i 5c. "
tell it.'c>\1 are Jim.
backed up by courteous and efficient -
Suit dry cleaned, pressedGOc.Suit "I certainly am Jim. and there"-

pressed _____________40c. pointing;: to Mrs. Twining;: -"Is Lauretta service, and respectfullysolicit GASOLINE AND OIL
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Pou't you Iu.--er; any more at St. Valen your support.

pressed ____________oOc tine's day. It may be fitted only forcWI.Irt ORLANDO WATER AND Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
> but it's well fitted ,
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. D. mighty LIGHT COMPANY. I
for them though I don't admit that
We dd ladies' work also. Giveus it's never fitted for older persons." .

a trial and be convinced. "I promise you that I win not" said

Clothes called for and delivered. Swift.

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1 _
'AT THE SAN JUAN HOTEL YESTERDAY -


A't II II I .The following were among the

';guests registering at the San Juan
yesterday: L. U. Grant, J. M. Dean,
N"w York; S. W. Rogers, J. L. Law-
rence, Tampa; Merrill, Messina; P.
? M. Murphy, Indianapolis; L. C.. Wilder "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
Baltimore; Wm. R. Davis, Bar-
tow; E. B. Moore, New Orleans; D.
H. Fain, Cliffon Corpening, J. T. Unless Budded from A Bear-
Brown, D. T. Barnett Jacksonville; |
J. C. Massey, A. A. Cook, Joe W. El-!
JUST RECEIVED CAR lison, Atlanta. ing Tree of Known Qualityand

LOAD OF
WAS SURPRISED AT THE GREAT,'
of Produc-
Quantity
CHANGES IN ORLANDOMr.
... I
Touring Cars A. II. Carmichael, the popular! tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn
representative of the Southern Cotton!
Oil Company, of Atlanta, Ga., spent I
Delivered
$482.00 Sundayy.in Orlando. Mr. Carmichael
I was here about six years ago and accompanied -I
by Mr. John Cook went one five years the Ocklawaha: Nurseries through actual dem-
F. G. RUSH camp hunt. Sunday when he drove I
onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertising
around< the city in an automobile with .
have brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
32 East Church Street Phone 226 Mr. ook he said he could hardly I i.
realize that such changes had taken does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
place in Orlando since that time. Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently .
published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
CHAS. ROCK OFF ON A BIG FISHING the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated I
EXPEDITIONMr.
from a parent of true merit.
I
Chas. Rock left yesterday To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selection
-- morning over the Atlantic Coast Line as a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not 1
"11111111111111111111111111111111111111'1111111111IT to spend a week fishing at MosquitoInlet.
been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
The accounts of the big catches -
IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress benig made by Messrs. Oscar and vince you that their trees are "'Pedigreed.Iay be so, but, Mr.
correctly. Lee Lorraine, who are at the Pacetti Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source, ,
jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer Place, were more than he could stand, the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
-when it does it makes a noise like"one trying to "break into
society." so he decided to try his luck. rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it. f
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. CARD OF THANKS You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded from
We take this method of I
artistic. temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of thankingour
gentility. friends for their many acts of a bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each loss kindness of our and husband sympathy and in brother.the recent bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No .
MRS. A.
C. BEECHER.J.
two articles are alike, no'more than there are two human beings M. SELLERS. CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
exactly alike. F). Q. SELLERS. grove is to be planted in your first letter. AddressOcklawaha
If you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. f
If you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you ADDITIONAL LOCAL ITEMS OF
have "tried and lost," the Evans
If
will get some "pointers. you ;INTEREST::
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come
in and be sociable. Nurseries
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. Mr. E. M. Thomas, of Starke, is
Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and among the Floridians visiting Orlando. 0. W. .CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass, Fans, Tortoise Shell He is registered at the Empire .
Work, anything artistic. hotel. OR-
Original designing done for special platinum work.
prices.New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work.at sensible Miss Henrietta Stary, niece of Mr. G. G. Wright, Agent
and Mrs. Roy Cook, who has been
I their guest for the past three weeks, 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
left yesterday afternoon for her homein

T. H. EVANS Tampa. .

'l aft was represented in Orlando I
yesterday by the following well
known citizens: Messrs. C. W. Tompkins -I
JEWELER I > R. K. IIarriman, A.1.. Bristol,'
I ,
,:Mrs. :M. M. Alderman, and Mrs. A. '
i-Q-.IIBII.heat it.itt iii..is..iitisoisIioe ttlttltl.: Richardson. J'I
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I THE BIG STORESchool

Complete Line Juvenile Dep'tEverything

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Childrens Dresses for


' and Middiesfor time calls for a new outfit, and The Big Store the Boy for


School Wear was. never so well prepared to furnish the School Wear


needed Toggery. >, .

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School Shoes for Boys and Girls







I Good Education and Good Feet, a Solid Foundation. of Success | |




SCHOOL OPENS SOON TO ATTEND TO THE EDUCATION


H WE ARE OPEN NOW TO CARE FOR THE FEET




Now is the time to select your children's School Shoes. We have just received our j j


full line of Children's and Misses Shoes, Pumps and Oxfords in all the best leathers. i I


$1.50'to $3.50. Bring the children in and have them perfectly fitted in SERVICEABLE FOOTWEAR \ \

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ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT.



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THE DAILY SOMETHING TO 120 . . . . . . . 40 ALL IN SEC. 26. TP. 23 S_ R. 2 9 E. (

South Florida SentinelMORNING BOAST ABOUT.Within : Rebecca 33 and Magraw 34 . .address. . .unknown. . .,. .lots. 10 Charles north half Livingood.of northeast Pine quarter Castle. .Fla.. 8t<'
the few the Senti- A. E. Stamback. address unknown lots I
past days 39 and 58 .. . .. . . .. .. 10 United States. U. S. A., southeast. quar-
AND WEEKLYV. nel has the ter of northeast quarter . . 40
published quarterly state- C. O. Linn address unknown. loU 41

!:. GLENN . . .. . .... .Editor ments of the three Orlando banks. and 42 . . . .. . . . . 10 Overstreet southwest Turpentine quarter of Co.northeast. Orlando.quarter Fla..;
w. C. ESSINGTON . Business Manacrr : W. W. Black address unknown, lot 41. 5 north half of northwest quarter; east Economy
--- Did you read them carefully? Theyare W. J. Newberry. address unknown lots half of southeast .. . ... 200
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida a true index of the healthy condi- 47 and 48 . .. .. .. . . .. 10 :M. O. Overstreet. Orlando.quarter Fla.. southeast
Victor address
Culbertson
as Second CUM Mail Matter. unknown lot
tion of this city. Here are some interesting 57 ". . . . . .. .. .. ... 5 quarter half of of southwest northwest quarter quarter; southeast; west
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Robert Dunn address unknown lot 59. 6
Daily. 1 Year .. ...... ................ 5.00 totals: Individual deposits, C. B. Young, address unknown lots 61 quarter of southwest quarter; northwest ,
Daffy 6 Months .. .... ... ............. 2.60 and 62: . . _ . . . 10 quarter of southeast quarter . 200
Daily. I Months .... .. ... ............. 1.25 $773.S.; savings deposits, $618.8.1.and ; E. K. Saunders address unknown lot 63. 5W. J. Edson Andrews Trustee Chicago Ill.
Oail,.. 1 Month .... ... ... .. ....... .... CO assets 2063787. Is there any B. Eddbon.:: address unknown. lot 74. a southwest ter northeast quarter quarter of northwest of southwest quar-

E. B. Morgan address unknown, lots 75. ; .. . . .. .. ...... .. .. This is an economical year---
Weekly 1 Year .. .. .. .... ..... .. ... $1.00 city in the South this size hich can 76. 77. 78 . : 20w. quarter 80
J. W. Newman. Taft. Fla.. southw.tquartt'r
M. Gil let. address unknown. lot .
beat this showing? 80. 5Walter
of
southeast
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Kaige. address unknown. lots 87 .. ...quarter. .....government .. ... ..- nearly one is practic-
ADVANCETO o and 88 .. . .. .. . ... .. .. ... .. 10 homestead 44 every

F. S. Bible address unknown! lots 101 Total ... . . .. .. ..... .. .....
ADVERTISERS: NOTICE OF DRAINAGE HEARING and 102 . .. . .. .. . .. 10M. 619 ing And that
: H. Eaton address unknown lots 103 ALL IN SEC. :7. TP. 23 S.. R. 2 9 E. economy. very

Copy for display. and all other ....d-Ht and 104 .. .. . .. .... .... ... .. 10 D. B. Sphaler. Taft Fla. east half; north
....rtial.. mutt be handea in at the business To the Owners and All Persons Interested S. C. White address unknown lot 118. 5 half of southwest quarter ... .. .. .. 400 fact has
..!lice of the Sentinel not later than. 2 p. .. in the Lands Corporate and J.... Ross, address unknown lots 121 J. Edson Andrews. Trustee Chicago. Ill, brought more peo-
ttt day before puHication. This rule applies Other Property In and Adjacent to I and 122 .. .. .. ... .. . .. .. 10 northwest quarter . ... ... .. .. .. 160
it I. J. J. Peters St. Joseph. Mo. lots 64. 79. J. E. Brewer. Pine Castle Fla.. south
to:Invariable chances and for will contract be strictly advertising. adhered; to. Taft Drainage District of Orange 85. 86. 97, 98. 99. 100 .. .. .. . .. 40 half of southwest quarter .... .. .. .. 80 ple here than ever before.
County, Florida:

each of Total .. ........ .. .. .. .. .... .. ..... 640 Total .. .. . .. . . .. ... .... 640
You and
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued you are hereby They have to realize
ALL IN SEC. 2$. TP. R. come
should notify the office in writing on notified that John D. Clark, D. B. Same SubdivisionALL 23 S 29 E.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Sphaler and M. M. Miller being and IN SEC. 24. TP. 21 S, R. 2* E. J. G. Lee. Pine Castle. Fla. north half
continued at the regular subscription rate, constituting, the Board of !Hunger Land Co. Orange Center Fla., of northeast quarter; southwest quarterof that to buy on an economical -
Supervisors northeast quarter southeast
is quarterof
received. ;
until notice to stop : lot 10, 13. 14. 15. 16. 17, 18, 19.
Telephone. Nnrnb-r ...................... 24 of the Taft Drainage District, have 21. 43. 44. 45. 46. 54. 73. 74. 87. M.2O. northwest quarter; northeast quarterof
filed in the office of the Circuit Court i 103. 104. 121. 122. 126. 127. 128 .. 130 southwest quarter; west half of basis does not always

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 191;). of Orange County. Florida a petition I J. J. Peters St. JOIW'Ph.to.., lots 1, 2. quarter southeast of quarter southeast; part quarter of <123 northeast ac.>.. 303J.
3. 7. 8, 34, 35. 36. 37 38. 39.
praying said Court for permission to \f. : 40. Edson Andrews Trustee Chicago IIL,
41. f. 68. 69, 70, 71. 72, 75, 76, 77, sale.
extend the boundary lines of said district I west half of west half; southeast quar- mean purchasing at a
78. 79. .
80. 81. H2. 83. 81 85 86. 89, 90 I
. . .. .
model of southwest
The Czar also has a new 1915 ter quarter s. 200
so as to include the following 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96, 97, 98. 99, 107, 108', .
DO'V. C. Person Orlando Fla. northeast
coalition cabinet.In lands to-wit I 109. 110. Ill 112 113 114. 115-, 116 The of the merchan-
: 117 118 . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 290 quarter of northwest quarter.. .. 40 quality
Section 2.1. 25 and 36, in Township John Keen: address unknown southea..tquart.r
I Edw. Moore address lot .
o unknown 9. I 5
.. . .. .
23 South, Range 28 East; Sections i G. A. White, address unknown, lot 11. .. 5 of northeast quarter 40
the Arabic D. B. Taft. Fla., southeast dise and the serviceit
Germany Sphaler.
its note
buy
on M. Fansel. address unknown lot 12 5 quarter you
19, 20, 21, 26 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, II' of southeast quarter; part of northeast -
admits that it is not responsible for in Township 23 South Range 29 East I C. W. Wade address unknown lot 22 5 quarter of southeast quarter (17
C. W.
what it does. Sections 1, 12. 13, 24, 25 and 36, in I I and 24 Has. .address... .. .unknown.. .. ... .lots.. ..23.. 10 acres) . .. .. . . . .. 57 gives are as essential to

o Township 24 South, Range 28 East ''I J. J. Peters St. Joseph, Mo., lots 25, 26. Total . . . .. ... ... .. .. 640
and Section 22 and the west half of 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 51. 52. 53.
Berlin reports that Dr. Dumba the west half of Section 27. in Town- 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 110 ALL IN SEC. %9. TP. 23 S, R. 29 E. to economy as low prices.
.
Hazel Landaner. address unknown lots
J. Ed..onndr.ws.. Trustee Chicago 111.
"only performed his duty." And now ship 24 South Range 30 East. The 47 and 48 .: . . . . .:. .I. .. 10 north half of north half; south half ofnorthwest
he will where duty recalls him. property owners and their last known I Lester Flint address unknown! lot 49 5 quarter; west half of south- What you buy here is of dependable -
go postoffice address and general description I auline C. Taylor address unknown lot 50 5 west quarter .. . .. . .. ... 320(
o I Franklin M. Crisler Mineral Kans., lots Pen. Naval Stores Co.. Jacksonville. Fla.
of the lands owned by them, : 55 and 56 . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 10 south half of northeast quarter; southeast quality sure to give
said be 100 varietiesof
There to ,
are and the approximate number of acres east half of
I B. A. and J. R. Harrington. Kansas City. quarter; southwest
mosquitoes in this country. And owned by each being as follows, to- : Mo. lots 100. 102. 106 . . . .. .. 15 quarter .. ....... .... .. ..... .. .... 320
'C. B. Waller address unknown lot the service hve
wit 101. 5 rightto
each more vicious than all the rest! : L. A. Staples, address unknown lot 105. 5 Total ..... ..... .. ..... .... .. ... .. 640 you a
ALL IX SEC. 24. TP. 23 S, R. 24 E. F. J. Pomeroy address unknown lots

o Name-Address-Description Acres 119 and 120 .. . . .... .. .. . 10 i J. Edson Andrews. Trustee. Chicago IIL. expect. Furthermore our
Nelson O'Shaughnessy has been let Peninsular Naval Stores Co.. Jacksonville Perry A. Bond address unknown lots ;, All section %9. township 23 south range ,

Fla., northwest quarter; west 123 and 124 . . ... .. .. ... .... 10 29 east ............ ...... ...... ... .. 640J.
out of our diplomatic service. And half of northeast quarter; north half Archie Huston. Salem. W. Va. .
his friend Huerta also is out of a job. of southwest quarter . . .. . 320 lot 125.;; 5 Edson Andrews Trustee Chicago. IIL. regular prices are as low as

D. B. Sphaler. Taft. Fla.. northeast quar- Total .. ... . .. .. .. . .. ... C40; All section 31. township 23 south range
o ter of northeast quarter .. . .. .... 40 29! east .. .. ..... .. ..... .. ..... .. 649' .
M. O. Overstreet. Orlando. Fla.. south- Same SubdivisionALL equal goods can be sold for

If those Zeppelin commanders only west quarter of southwest quarter .. .. 40 IN SEC 25: TP. 24 S, .28 E. ALL IX SEC. 32. TP. 23 S, R. 29 E. -

felt safe in trying a raid by daylight J. Edson Andrews Trustee Chicago III, 'lunger' Land Co.. Orange Center: .1..., D. B. Sphaler. Taft. Fla.. north 'half; and still
southeast quarter; southeast quarter of lots 10( 21. 2"!. 23. 24. 25, 26. 27. 28. 29. southwest quarter; north half of southeast give us a legitimate
they might be able to pick out school- northeast quarter ; southeast quarter ofBOuth".est 41. 12. 43. 44. 49. 50. 51, 52. 53. 54, 55. quarter .... ........... .. ..... .. 560
... .. .. .. ..... .. .: 240
houses. quarter 56. 65. 66. 67. 68. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 9*. P. B. Wycoff. Orlando.. Fla. south half
127. 128. 124 . ... . . . .. 175J. of southeast quarter .... .. ..... .. .. 80 profit. It is our idea to chargeas
o Total . . . . . .. .... .. .. 640 J. Peters St. Joseph Mo., lots 1. 2,

ALL IN SEC 23. TP. 23 S.. R. 28 E. 3. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20, 31. 3!. Total .. .. ... .. .. ..... ....... .... .. 640
Breaking the glass in a new fire 33. 34. 35. 36. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. < little as we can and give
Pen. Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville. Fla..
64. 69. 70 77, 78. 81. 82. 83. J. Edson
alarm box intended for a hotel or office 84. 103. Andrews Trustee, Chicago III.
of northeast
northeast quarter quarter; 104 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110, 111. All section 22. township 24 south range
building permits the alarm to be southwest quarter of northwest quar- 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 30 east .. ... .. .. ..... .. .. .. ... .. C40 you as much as possible fore
ter; west half of southwest quarter.. 160 121. 122 . . .. . .. . .. 260( .
sounded and frees a fire escape rope D. B. Sphaler. Taft Fla.. southwest quar- J. P. O'Neil. address .. ,
unknown lot 4. 5 Drew Miller & Co.. Kissimmee Fla.. west
of northeast . . 40
ter quarter
f'. C. address
and harness. Luthers. unknown, lot 5.. & half of west half section 27, to..nshipI
M. O. Overstreet Orlando. Fla.. northwest J. J- Peters. St. Joseph Mo., lots 6. 7. I 24 south range 30 east . .. . ... 160 your money.
o quarter of northeast quarter; east 8. 9. 45. 46. 47. 48. 85. 86, 87, 88, 89.
half of northwest quarter: northwest 90, 123 . . . . ., . .. .. 75 and unless show to the
For shipping perishable goods long quarter of northwest quarter .. .. 160 Mrs. M. E. McDougalU address unknown. you cause con-

distances a Russian has invented an M. O. Overet-eet. Orlando. Fla.. east half I lots 11 and 12 . .. ... . . . 10 trary on or before the first Rule Day
of southwest quarter: southwest quarter 3. A. and J. R. Harrington. Kansas of the Circiut Court of said County
artificial ice, made by freezing solu- of southeast quarter . . ... .. 120 Mo., lots 30. 9t! 100 101. 125. 126 City.. 30 after the publication of this notice, as Buying our merchandise
Fred Fields Winter Home Fla. government -
tions of salt at various degrees of homestead southeast quarter of Wm. Singer address unknown lot 37. 5 required by law and being the first
H. C. Payer address unknown lot 38 5
concentration.A northeast quarter ; northwest quarter of J. T. McNabb. address unknown lot 39. 5 Monday in November, A. D. 1915 to-
southeast quarter; east half of southeast fri> McNabb. address wit November 1st 1915 the consistently at regular
<> lot ,
o quarter .. .. .. . .. .. 160 W. R. address unknown 41. 5 prayer
Thredgill. unknown lots of said petitioners be granted.
71 and 72 . . ..... .. .. .. may
fuel for internal combustion engines Total .. . . . .... . .. .. .. .. 640 Sam address 10( Date of first publication the 14th
McBroom unknown lot 73. 5 prices to
made in South Africa by a ALL IN SEC. 36. TP. 23 &. R. 28 E. C. L. Short address unknown, lot 74. 5 day of September. D. 1915. means economy

Pen Naval Stores Co.. Jacksonville Fla.. E. Ackerman. address unknown lots 75 I (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON,
chemical process from paraffin is northeast quarter of northeast quarter; and 76 ..... . ... .. ..... ..... .. 10 I Clerk of the Circuit Court, in the
said to be superior to gasoline as it south half of northeast quarter; north- Alexander Bagley. address unknown lots you long run.
west"quarter of northwest quarter; 79 and 80 . .. .. ... .. ...... 10 Orange CountFlorida..
leaves no carbon\ deposit.o south half of northwest quarter. . 240 Sylvanus Allchin. Newark N. J.. lots Davis & Giles.Attorneys,
o M. O. Overstreet. Orlando. Fla.. northeast 91 and 92: .... .. ....... .. ........... 10 for Petitioners. This is drastically
quarter of northwest quarter . 40 W. L. MeAvoy. address unknown lot 102: 5 em-
is claimed that the old geogra- M. O. Ovorstreet. Orlando. Fla.. west half J. S. Durkee. address unknown lot 112.. 5 -- --- -- ---- ----- --

phies will be rendered obsolete by the of southwest southwest quarter quarter;;southeast southwest quarterof quarter I' Total .. .... .. ... .. ..... .. ..... .. .. 640 phasized in our I

war, but any way they are mighty of southeast quarter; northwestquarter -
of northeast quarter .. .. 200J. I J. Edson Andrews Trustee. Chicago III..
convenient things to set up on the Ednun Andrews Trustee Chicago Ill, All section 36. township 24 south range FIELD'SCHOCOLATE

desk and conceal northeast quarter of southwest quarter; 28 east .. .. .. .... .. . .. ....... 640J.
a story paper. northwest quarter of southeast quarter. 80

o Mr. Bauman. Winter Home Fla.. east Edson Andrews. Trustee. Chicago 111..
half of southeast quarter . .. .. .. 80 All section 19. township 23 south range ADVANCE[ SnOWING\
Some one asks what has become of 29 east . . . .. .. .. .. .... 640
the man who used to live contentedlyat Total ... .. .. . .. . .......m Prosper Colony-19-Acre Farms .
ALL IN SEC. 1, TP. 84 S, R. 28 E.
a $7 a week boarding house? Well, ALL IN SEC. 20. TP. 23 S.. R. 29 E. w
J. Edson Andrews. Trustee Chicago 111,
Edson *
/ Trustee,
Andrews Chicago 111.
just he is down at the office of northeast quarter north half of northwest .
now ; lots Nos. 7. 8. 9. 10( %3. 24. 25. 26. 27. VANILLA

his $5 per day hotel, kicking because half of quarter southwest; southeast quarter quarter... ..;..south..... 480S. 28. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. and north Of Early Fall and
half of 44. 55. 56. 57. 58. 33. 34. 35. TUTI FRUTI ;
the food is not good he is used B. Canady. Hillsboro. III. south half 47 S0
as as 45. 46. 48. 49. 51. 52. 61. 62.
of northwest quarter; north half of 63.64 . .. . .. . .. .. ..... .365
te. having. southwest quarter ... .... ..... ....... 160 T. J. Wilson Orlando "'I. lots Nos K GUAVAICE WinterMillinery
i"I.-i: : : : 3:' : i"IS
Total ... .. ...... ....... .... ... ..... 640J. 6. 11. 1. 2 4. IS. ;
16. 17. 18, 19, 20 29. 30. 31. 32. 36. .. 230 CREAMS.
., The Orange county fair at Orlando Zula W. Parker. Olathe. Kans., south half
Edson Andrews. Trustee. Chicago. IIL.
will of 44. and lots Nos. 53. 54. 59. 60. ... 45
begin 15 and close
February all section 12. township 24 south range
28 east .. .. ..... .. ..... .. ...... .. ... 640 ALL IN SEC. 21. TP. 2J S_ R- 29 E.
February 22. This is always a pop- J. Edson Andrews. Trustee. Chicago Ill_

ular event and attracts crowds from Total ... .. ...... . ... .. .. .. 640 lots 3. 4. 5, 6. 11, 12. 13. 14. 19. 22 30.
56, 57. 58. south half of 55. 34. 47. 49.
all over the state as well as visitors Manner Operations Land at Company's Orange Center Maps Plat of Land BookF. 50. 63. 64 . .. . . .. ..... ... 205 AUTO LUNCHESA
T. J. Wilson. Orlando. Fla. lots 7, 8. 9.
from all parts of the country.Jacksonville P.ee.3.. known a. Orange 10. 23. 24 . . ... ...... .. ...... 60
Center F.rm5-.ne farms.ALL
Times-Union. I John S. Brown. Vinita. Okla. lots 25. 26. SPECIALTYCLUB
IN SEC. 13. TP. 24 S, R. 28 E. I 39. 40. 41. 42 .... .. .. .. ..... .. .... 60
o Munjrer Land Co.. Orange Center Fla.. II. O. Lindley Carthage Mo., lots 20. 21.
EASY lots Nos. 1. 2. 7. 8. 17. 18. 20. 25. 26. 31. A.1 28. 29 .. .. .. .. .. ... ....... 60 and
32. 35. 36. 37. 38. 43. 64. 55. 56. 60. 67. Boardman.: Howell Mich. lot 1:::: 10B.
. This kind 68. 69. 70.( 71. 72. 73. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. W. Pinch. Battle Creek. Mich. lots 35.
94. 95. 96. 106. 117. 119. 13. 14. 15. 16. 36. 37. 38. 43. 44. 45. 46 .. ... .. ...... 80 SANDWICH 25e.
Of verse J23. 124: .. .. . .... ... .. .. ..... 225J. Satterla and Scully. Howell. Mich. lot 2.. 10
Is D. Hunt lots 3 and 4 ... ... .... 10 Clarence -Walterhouse. Howell. Mich.
sure W. J. Palmer address unknown lots 5and lot 15 . . . . .. .. .. .... 10
Not hard 6 . . ... . .... .. .. 10 Norman Larkin. Howell. Mich, lot 16.... 10 READYTOYEARr\
J. J. Peters St. Joseph Mo., Iota 9. 10. R. Ward. Chicago. I1L. lots 17. 18. 31. 32 40
We writeIt 11. 12. 21. 22. 23. 24. 45. 46. 49. 50. 51. Zenus II. Brock Vinita. Okla. lots 53. 54.
by 52. 65. 66. 81. 82. 83. 84. 109. 110. 111. north half of 55. 59. 60 .. . .. .. 45 We Make Our Own Ice Cream Packed
II!. 113. 114. 115. 116. 125. 126. 127. Clarence Hileman. Howell Mich, lot 33. 10
The r 128 . . . . . . . .. 160 James A. Pearl Howell. Mich. lot 48. 10 The absolutely
L. S. Smither. address unknown lot 27 6 Unknown address unknown lots 51, 52 and Delivered for All styles are -

u Lee O'Kirby, Athelston. Ark, lot 28. . 6 61,62 . . . . . . . 40
n B. A. and J. R. Harrington Kansas City. Occasion
n Mo., lots 29. 30. 40. 53. 105. 107. 108. Total . . . . . .... .. 640 authentic.

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"There is an opinion prevailingover

the country that money is hardto the time of the sinking of the Arabic we commented on it in our space and askedif Miss Mamie Mallard has


get, times are hard and all that," the time was not approaching when it would be best to sever all diplomatic connectionswith

remarks the Orlando Sentinel "but it returned from the North- e

must be that Orlando people are so the central powers. The revelations of the past week would lead us to think the


dull minded that they haven't yet question is more pertinent than ever. We are not in favor of war but think it wouldbe w ern Fashion Centers and 4

discovered the hard times. Go in almost r

any direction on the brick paved a good thing to get rid of agitators. will be pleased to meet

streets and you will find resi-
dences new Now we are agitators but of another kind. We are agitating for "Live and Let
going up and many other improvements -
her old and
prospective
being made, and right in Live" prices on Feeds Groceries and Provisions. It will be a mistake for you to sever

the business section new brick build-

ings are being remodelled and im- relations with us for we can and will save you money, and can save you more money if new customers.

proved. Orlando is flourishing and !
you will become a Certificate holder with us. '
properly so for her people are care- i

ful and ssive.-.JacksonvilIe I We will try to see as many of you as we can this week and explain our plan to you




Times-Union.LETTERS TO TilE o SENTINEL more fully. I Dicksoll lies Co. '


Orlando Sept. 13, 1915.

Editor Sentinel At
:- the recent

meeting of the Board of Governors The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.

of the Associated Charities the sec- .

retary was desired to convey to the S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.

press of Orlando an expression of the .DEPARTMENT

sincere appreciation felt by the Board STORf.

for the hearty co-operation extendedin ... ...

this work.

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Qlrlan) n Suriefj GETHER meeting AT-of GAINESVILLEThe the farm demonstration i I I "Get It At Allen's"A I

agents to be held in Gainesville -
September 2025ill be attended -
SOCIAL CALENDAR FORVEEIi turned to Orlando yesterday after-
by W. L. Watson agricultural adviser -=
!!
noon over the Atlantic Coast Line
Tuesday, September 14. for Duval county, who will
Methodist Sewing Circle will meet from a lengthy visit to Chautauqua, speak on "My Ideal of a Farm," the Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe
with Mrs. S. II. Atha at 3:30 p. m. N. Y., and Belpre Ohio and are again second day of the
The Young Matrons Card Club will ,jat I; their pretty home on Lake Cher- and gathering. State can commend the Hamilton to anyone who wants R"
meet with Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwaterat i okee. national authorities will be a timekeeper of perfect and continuous accuracy.
3:30. among the speakers.
Thursday September 16. This meeting will be to '
Gun shoot at Country Club, under PREPARING :\ TO GO INBOARD open any .
farmer
in the state, and Mr.
Watsonis ;
auspices of Orlando Gun Club.
OF TRADE BOOKLETThe
Friday, September 17. urging the farmers of this countyto n 4flatck
W. C. T. U. will hold a meeting in the attend if possible as the discussions -
parlors of the Baptist church.ANTISUFFRAGIST publicity committee of the will be of '
Economy a great. value to "The Railroad Ti. America" .'
Board of Trade held a meeting on them. caper cf

ARGUMENTS Saturday and decided to at once begin Among the This is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried: by.56?: .
WIN AT YOUNG the collection of material for a book- speakers will be Dr. I I of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced.
..
Knapp United States department of We can: sell you the complete watch or) we can supply a Hamilton
PEOPLES FORUM.
let giving in concrete form a large agriculture, representatives of the I .meat fitted to your present watch case. All!sizea for men and
Last evening in the parlors of the amount of information about the city. I I mot'I I
University of Florida other experts
church the Methodist Young Peoples This information to be of such a in the .
in and farm extension work and
upkeep Forum held its second debate. The character as to answer the hundredsof many
new demonstration agents who have Allen &
meeting was, if possible more enjoyable letters that are constantly comingto Company :
taken up their work in this state during -
gasoline con- than was the first one month the secretary and others from people the last
ago, and a somewhat larger crowd of in the North who contemplateeither year. Jewelers

sumption are young people was in attendance.The a visit or permanent home i in :
RESCUED
debated I EXHAUSTED BATHER
proposition was, "Re- Orlando or vicinity.
solved' that women should have the I To this end it is desirable to have
items to be con rght to vote in municipal elections." !an exhaustive list of all' hotels apartment Dr. Underwood rescued Miss Smyth
The affirmative was taken by W. S. I houses and boarding houses. of Orlando on Thursday afternoon
sidered in buy- DeWitt and Miss\ Eliza Wright; the i The committee therefore asks all persons from the surf at Original North THE TIME TO PAINT

negative by R. Ray White and. Miss I having such accommodations to Beach. She was completely exhausted r is right now. Don't let things go
ing a car. Mary\ McCullough. I file either with Mr. Estes, the secre and collapsed as the doctor reached until the house barn, fence or floor
Both teams ::ere apparently heartily tary of the board, or with Mr. W. S. her. The tide was ebbing at the time begins to look shabby. A 'little of our
convinced of the justice of their Branch, the chairman of the subcommittee and the lady was tired'after swim i E y ready to use paint will put your home
The upkeep in side of the proposition and the argu- the name location and capac ming beyond the line of breakers. She I e' r in fine trim and save you the cost of a

ments at times became both intensiveand ity of such places, also the maximumand was caught by the undertow on re- I /0 "II much bigger paint bill later on.
the DODGE is extensive. minimum prices charged. turning to the breakers and attempt A.
eed to stem the strong current in t t; .1 ----
Miss Wright's clear cut argumentsin will be no charge for inserting this a

lessened a great favor of suffrage ably seconded information in the booklet and thou to slough.the task Her and strength she would was' undoubtedly unequal Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct A
those of her colleague, Mr. DeWitt sands of them will be distributed, but -
deal the whose apt illustrations were features the committee would ask the cooperation have been drowned if Dr. Under- 205 S. Orange Avenue
by very of the wood had not reached her at the right
evening.
I of
proprietors to the extent COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
Miss in moment. She is none the worse for
McCullough, supporting the i of furnishing the information as
reasonablepnce negative, gave some very convincing j promptly as possible. A delay ma her adventure-St. Augustine Rec
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1111..11111..1111.1111.1.1..1..111111.1.11.1.The .
reasons why women should not be allowed j cause your name to be omitted. D
for parts as you the franchise even in munici- 'it now. I I II
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pal politics. Mr. White also introduced The Morning Sentinel is a messenger 1
New Ice
will note by a interesting and forceful argu- MRS. DRAWDVS DAUGHTER :" of the "live wires" of Orlando. CompanyPHONE
ments on the anti-suffrage side of DIES IN TAMPA I

study of the following -the In proposition.the rebuttals bo.h of the leaders Mrs. E. C. Dawdry has just re FavoriteTODAY'S I 675

gave pointed and apparently logical turned from Tampa, where she was
prices: reasons for the untenability of the called to the bedside of her daughter Delivery Daily AWait
positions taken by the opposing Mrs. Aline' Wilson who died Thursday PROGRAM
speakers.The 9. Domino. "Her Alibi." A drama i in .
September at 9:30 o'clockp. two; parts.
decision of the judges was only m., two hours after her mother American. "In the Open." Fea for our wagon. We think
Piston $1.60 arrived at after careful considerationof reached her. She was conscious un turing Wm. Garwood and Vivian
the points made by the opposing til the last. Rich. vou will like our ice.

Piston Rings .25 earns, and gave the victory to the Mrs. Wilson leaves a devoted hus Down.Keystone." Featuring"He Ford Couldn't Sterling.Stay

negative by a slight margin.0 band and two small children Law Four good reels of :Mutual movies.
-- rence and Emily and a broken hearted Five cents to all.

Connecting LICENSE ISSUED ORROBERSONREAVES mother besides a host of friends -- I The New Ice Companyi'IIIIII"II'I'IIIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII&i

who mourn her loss. :Mrs. Wilson
Rod Bearing .75 WEDDING. was a sister of Mrs. Montgomery

A license was issued yesterday by Martin, who died in Orlando Febru
Fan Belt .25 the county judge's office for the marriage ary 28 of this year. ROOf GARDEN[

of Winnie C. Roberson and Irving : 'II'IIIIIIIIIIIIII IMMMMMIMIMIIMIMM--

Drive Pinion 2.50 Garden.R. Reaves both residents of Hinter IVEY SCHOOL OPENED YESTERDAY .

During the month of August ten

licenses were issued. Already during Under the management of :M. L. TODAY
FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
And the the month of September licenses have Ivey the Ivey school opened yester J
been issued for the marriage of day with an enrollment of 24, perhaps
eleven couples. This is a very good the largest in its history.

Car Itself start for the first fall month, and in i The new school building has not "WHEN A WOMAN LOVES" I .-
all probability before the close of the been entirely finished as yet but the 1
month the August record will be far desks and other equipment have beeninstalled A Three part feature. An "

exceeded. and, as stated, school work American drama of modern life.
-0-- began yesterday. The building will
seems like a SOCIETY NOTESOF be finished in a few days and will provide CURTIS & O'NEAL

INTEREST.Miss excellent facilities for the pursuit "COL. HEEZA LIAR AT THE
. thing 0 f life,, Guilda Happersett, the at of knowledge. ,
tractive daughter of Mr. adn Mrs. BAT"

abounding ivitality' n S. H. Happersett left Sunday afternoon MANATEE SCHOOL YEAR LEVY Some ball game. : Insurance Loans Real Estate

over the Atlantic Coast Line fora WILL BE TEN MILLS .
visit to Sparta N. J., and points in Rentals

trigger- New York and Pennsylvania. She Bradentown, Fla.-Following a conference -
will be absent from Orlando for several between
the school
board and
swift in the gild weeks. the board of county commissioners The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN

the commissioners in the last session
ing get-away, Miss Ruth McCullough the pretty granted the request of the school The One-Price Theater
and popular daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.
board for a levy of 10 mills for the
and splendidlyfree J. H. McCullough 402 South Main school year which will provide for
street left last night over the Atlantic the -
operating expenses of the schools l 10 cents 5 cents ESTABLISHED 188
] Coast Line for Baltimore whereshe and a special levy of 3 mills with
from the
will matriculate at Goucher College which to provide interest and sinking
for Young Ladies. fund for
payment on existing debts.
slightest jerk, or -- Thursday, "Who Pays?"

Mrs.: W. R. O'Neal, Miss Mabel 1 Want anything? Ask for it through Mlilli M- iMIIIIIIIIIIIIIilHand's
jump or jolt. O'Neal and 'Mrs. A. D. Mallory re- Sentinel "Wants.". --

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I THE HAND OF TI/ KfTGHEN ALFONSO

What do you Paris.The. Espana Review today

GOD -CUPBOARDWHEN publishes an interview with King Al- FOR SALE

hope for in a I fonso of Spain by Senor CeviHier, an
I
I By M. QUAD YOU SERVE BACON. Argentine correspondent, in which the
varnish ? king is quoted as saying that the war
Copyright. 1314. by te McClure .3-
has compelled him to abandon plans
I Newspaper l:yndlcl te.I BREAKFAST MENU. Will offer for sale for few
White Gra es. CereaL; for a visit to America. a days

I Fried Eggs With Bacon. "When the war is over," he said,
All I have to tell you In connection ToU Coffee.: the property corner Orange Avenue
BIIGAWcON' I "the work here will be enormous. ,
> with the accident to
that brought me II
I I After the war the nations will arm
tWit hospital la this: My parents were Jackson and Boone Streets known as
.\COX would be more popular more than ever. When one sees a ,
I drowned before 1 old. and
was a year B
were It serve in a greater variety -
like Belgium neutralized
by
country ,
UjJjTROVARNISHES: I after being passed from one person to of ways. It may be cooked agreement of all nations, eventually the skating rink property, for $26,000.
another 1 was at last sent to a pau alone or combined with other foods

I pers' home. At the age of ten 1 ranI with succor finding no other defense than her own $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year
armed forces is
it easy to understandthat
I from
away the institution hoping to Cooked With Eggs.

I better my condition but Instead of that Fried Egg Uith Bacon.-Take four other countries, big and little, and interest at six per cent.

1 fell Into the hands of this and that eggs four slices of bacon four sprigsof realize that to exist it is indispensable -

farmer and In every Instance 1 was parsley. I'ut the bacon In a Hot to work in times of peace.

overworked and ground down. The pan keep turning all the time and remove "Even the pacifists will recognize
When you buy varnish for your the When the baconis after this that
name generally given me was "Pau- drippings. war while the instinctsof
floors hope that it will improvethe
you
appearance of those floors and per." and 1 was clothed In the cheapestand crisp remove from pan and put in human nature remain unmodified, ; C.A.HOVEYRollins

that it will be durable. poorest garments and fed with the the eggs., reducing the beat The eggs there are no better safeguarls for '
must fry slowly. When done on one
Unfortunately much that is sold for dogs. If I bore It patiently I was an right in international questions than
bide or both sides put on not platter.
floor varnish won't realize that hope object for further abuse If {,rebelled Garnish with bacon and parsley.A foresight and strength. The world

for you.Lawson"s. 1 was kicked out to find another place.
will continue to be what it is, and in
Tempting Dish.
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas I used to wonder and speculate as to ten twelve shall
a wonderful,deep,lustrous finish. It la Bacon and Egg Balls.-Have some or years we ask our-
easily applied because it works easily. It why 1 was treated In this manner-
selves, astounded 'But whit
hap
hot fat in a deep pan. The temperature -
is unequalled for durability and will not why there was never a kind word for
scratch white It dnes absolutely dust- should be that necessary for fritters pened?'"
free in from five to seven hours and gets me, why men women and children de-
Stir it until it whirls around
hard four hours. College Winter ParkOldest
in twenty sired to humiliate me and add to my

As for economy. Lustro has a covering burdens. I wasn't malformed and i i quickly. Now break an egg into this YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed ; ,
that is wonderfuLTry miniature whirlpool and keep the fritter
capacity wasn't sulky or impudent. Had any II an outside service depart College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,
of Lustro with the stick till the
Elastic Floor turning
out a case egg ment and is prepared to
human Interested himself In
Varnish el our risk returnable if unsatisfactory. being me of the of give you Music\ Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts Business -
is poached
consistency a one attention. \Ve have
I should have come up to give the prompt a compe-
round then lift it out and tent who will Teachers' Course.
world an honest fight In an honest and quite ; man fit keys, repair

Made by Valentine & Co. way. I was sixteen years old as near lay it in a hot dish. Let the dish lean your trunk or do anything in the repair Twelve buildings, steam heat electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-

Manufacturers of as I can make It when 1 was last kick toward the fire to keep the eggs hot line. He is ready to go at your nasium, no malaria, quarter-million collar endowment. Three teachers of

ed out. I had worked for that farmera Do as many more as you require in 9-12-lmoc call now. Just phone 304. music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew

/ALSPAR and year and be had clothed me like a the same way. They will keep hot rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical

VALENAMELAll scarecrow and fed me like a dog. Simply and soft in the dish before the fire for and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of

because I broke the handle of a quite half an hour. Serve either on a You'll hear a man say "No, it soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes, ,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball Christian but unde-
f hoe by accident 1 was beaten until 1 square of fried bacon placed on a fried doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals nominational moderate ;
scholarships available. For
dish with little earls to too small class of ; expenses ; catalogue
fell unconscious. In the small hours crouton or on a I a people. address, SECRETARY Winter Park. Fla.2'he .
to be had at of the night groaning at every step, of fried bacon betwDeliciol.s !And yet when the same man loses

FINLEY'S PIONEER PAINT but fearful of my life. I took to the With Cream. ,his bunch of keys he rushes to the

highway and a carter gave me a lift Creamed Bacon uo Toast.-Take half '
STORE newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although -
which carried me many miles before a pound of thinly sliced bacpn. a cup
he knows that in the whole
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. light i was determined to try the ful of milk tablespoonful of flour 1ia.et
wide world there is
only one
city this time. My rags my Ignoranceand four pieces of toast four sprig of person
my general appearance bad always parsley. Put the bacon in a hot frying who can possibly be influenced by his OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

frightened me away from the towns pan and fry until crisp. Drain off :"Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it?
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
$1,000Will and kept me among the agriculturists.I nearly all the drippings sprinkle with

had scarcely descended from the cart flour and mix. Then add the cold milk A REAL NECESSITYNo FRESH AND SALT MEATS

when I encountered an old man. who slowly. Boil three minutes slowly.
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
looked me over and then accosted me. Stir quite often Serve on toast -
garnished individual with anything to sell
buy a choice building lot in Dr. He seemed to have a kind face and bespoke with parsley Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
or trade can successfully find a buyeror
pleasantly. and it was soon and
pure.
C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus
Served With Sauce.
trader without the aid of the Sen-
grove on North Orange avenue over- agreed that U&hould go with him. Fried Bacon With Cream Sauce. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
tinel want ads. Remember that its
As 1 was a pauper and a runaway
looking Lake Ivanhoe. There are Slice bacon thin and put into bot fry everything in the Meat Line.
too. I could expect no more than circulation represents five-sixths of
only 4 lots to be sold at the price. ing pan. keep turning until brown but
clothes and board In exchange for my
The bricked street splits the lots, services. Tbe man was named Sabin. not bard. Remove put on slices of H.1Self & Co.

which will have a frontage of 62 feet He kept a secondhand furniture shop toast Put a tablespoonful of flour SLAUGHTER SALE

by 150 feet depth on the east side of and as be was all alone In the world into the pan with bacon fat. mix until -L PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

the street, and a frontage of 62 feet be lived in a miserable way In a room smooth put over fire. Add a cupfulof Buy your wall paper cheap for the
cold milk and boil two minutes
.Tinning1 back about 100 feet to the over the shop. In a day or two be got next few days. Making room for our
me to sign a paper binding myself to adding a little pepper and salt Stir new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
lake on the west side of the street,
him until of age. and the ink was hard- until smooth and creamy. Pour over Store Court street. Phone 67.
making 2 lots for the price of one, the bacon and garnish with a little 9-5-tfc.
ly dry on the "X" mark before I founda Engraved Stationery arid
and the price is fully 25 per cent. change in him. lie was by nature chopped parsley.

less than the real value. Each lot on cruel stingy and selfish. He workedme Tell about it to the readers of the

the east side of the street has about without stint and during the two Ak4aJVILeK1iXMENO:/ & / advertisements-and if the second : InvitationsDon't

20 large budded bearing trees. The years I was with him I was always hand article is still useful, you'll be

ground is high and sightly. Building hungry and tired. able to sell it. Sentinel want ads. ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
1 had been with Mr.
restrictions will One night;: when
the home
protect Sabin about two years and Just after reach hundreds of readers every day. because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent ,
builder. The owner has cut the price
he had benten me for some trifle and
and the in Orlando.
deliver goods
upon my guarantee to make a quick
laughed over his work a strange
sale. There is nothing like it in the thought came to me. For the first time QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.

city today for price and location. Call In my- life a feeling of revenge crept UPBOARD Don't Forget Us PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

me up by phone or come to the office. into my heart, and It made me shake .

My time and auto are at your service. and tremble. 1 had stood Insults and I
COLD WEATHER PIES. W. S. BRANCH
Only 4 lots to be sold at this price. abuses beyond number and never ,

thirsted for reparation. In a quarter MEAT pies are popular in Eng when in THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
of an hour there was more change In They are made with any

me than the last ten years had meat and often have a crust of need of -

E. C. YoungRoom wrought I called up aU my wrongs. pastry. Those made with beef are the

My heart filled with bitterness againstthe most popular.
whole world. 1 wanted to strike Baked Meat Pie.-Take one and a 'SKATING RINK
10, McNeill & Davis Block.
men dead for what they had made me baH pounds of beef a quart of cut potatoes -
Phone 569. suffer The old man found a change halt a cupful( of cut onion. LilT JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction

y In me tbe nest morning. I bad spent a cupful( of finely cut carrot two table- ;

MisdirectedEconomy the whole night thinking, and when be sjioonfuU of lively cut parsley, a te:1- LADIES' SESSION AT SKATING RINK TUES-
called me bis dog and threw me a spoonful of salt one-tilled teaspoonful"
morsel of food 1 blood up and cursed of paprika and a tables|'oouful ot Hour DAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. LADIES ONLY

him. When be laid his bands on me 'nh;; the meat cut iii small pie.es. -NO MEN ALLOWED IN BUILDING EXCEPT

1 threw him to the floor. lie was put into a saucepan, cover with boiling INSTRUCTORS.Open .

dumfounded out be shut his teeth water and boil slowly for two and a GuaranteedOur

together and looked at me with half half hours; then add the onion, carrot.
10 a.m. to 12 m., 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
to
Trying save a few cents by
shut eyes and said that be would have (lotatOt>S. salt paprika( and boil for bait

having your work handled by in- my life We were both sullen and silent an hour. There must l e a pint of Pries
ferior hands. that day. but 1 reasoned It out gravy. Mix the Hour with a little cold Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson St.

Your personal influence is that his plan was to come downstairsthat water, add and boil a few minutes J

greatly enhanced when you are night as 1 slept and bind me fast Line bakepan with crust. pour in the are reason- .

clad in immaculate linen. and then torture me to his heart's content meat and vegetables rover and brush ADMISSION: 10 CENTS .
Yes I reasoned It that this
out
the top with cold milk and bake for abe.
would be his way. and while 1 was twenty minutes, or until light brown
wondering how I could bade him Satan -
Macaroni In This.
OrlandoSteam came to my aid.
Italian Beef l'ie.-Take one pound
-Go and kill him!" whispered the
of cooked beef sis ounces of macaroni),
tempter "Go and kill him and take
one pound of canned tomatoes a tablespoonful "Quality" Our ORLANDO ROOFING
LaundryFRENCH all his money and flee far away. lie .
of chopped parsley, two teaspoonfuls
deserves killing for the way be bas
of chopped shallot anda AND
DRY CLEANERS treated yon. and all the money you can one Motto
LAUNDERERS find should be yours by right!" half ounces of butter half a pint of
stock half of flour. SHEET METAL CO
or water an ounce
The more I thought it over the less
PHONE 88
of Worcester
a tablespoonful sauce.
murder and robbery seemed a crime
and by and by 1 bad neither fear nor salt and pepper to taste. Melt butterin

pity in my heart At midnight, withan frying pan and put In the chopped GEO.{ BANSCHBACH Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos! .
FOR SALE! iron bar In my band. 1 crept up- onion and flour and brown them carefully ,
Add stock and stir till It bolls .
and the old man'sdour
stairs softly pushed
SCREENS WHAT AM open. lie bad just got out of bed. then add sauce. Slice or chop the Cabinet MakerDoors and Rubber RoofingsCornices

SCREENS lie bad a candle in one hand and a meat and put in a buttered pie dish a

rope In the other and there was a devilish layer of macaroni meat and parsley. Skylights, .Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. smile on his face as he thought Put tomatoes on top with a bit of but

John W. Pounds, Agent how he would trap and get revenge on ter. Bake for about halt an hour. Screens, Porch Swings,

Box 703 me. My face must have told him that Witn Stew Beef. Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases Works: 14 E. Church St. ; ORLANDO

I was there to do murder for his jaw Beef and Vegetable lie Take abouta Folding Card Tables, Cedar

dropped and I saw terror In his eyes. pound and a half of lean stew
I had raised the bar and was about to beef a cupful of diced carrots Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes-

: spring forward neither of us having half a cupful of cut onion, a one-I tals, etc. Also Repair Work.

'uttered a word. when there was a I small potatoes two table: !"poonful<
All Work Guaranteed
Barga.inNew crashing and a splintering and a great salt eighth; of a teaspoonful" of pepper I

heap of junk which was stored In the I two tablespoonfuls of cut parsley I

room above him came down.It I Wipe the meat cut in mall pieces put 12 E. Church St. Phone 447 The Orlando Meat MarketT.

was morning before any one found in boiler. .\
us. He was dead-broken, battered. water and hull slowly for an hour.

bruised and crushed out of all semblance I Remove four cupful of the beef stork A. YANCY, Jr., Manager
-while 1 was little better off.No broth then mid carrots and
for a : TIRSIFront

house, 8 rooms and bath. do murder.man suspected They called that 1 it was an accident there to I on'on toes! and Boil sra-'lnine.thirty minute-iu.il .twenty add pta fin fORD [ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Location perfect, 4 blocks from though 1 tell yon it was the band otVxL minutes and add< ptr..lc'Lint btke''! Florida and Western Meats
God took the old nwn's life toprevent
lrn miicd
tm
ash" with rust. which:
L center of city, east side. me from becoming:: a murderer ,. :
,
I I thin. pour in meat and v tret:iMc covpr -
but at the same time dealt out my just;; top with Ilnll=h. m-h with a little $6.75 Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
For quick sale $3000. Cash or punishment Had I dyed my band in
milk and bake in m..I.-rate oven.
blood there would have been no heaven Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

terms. for me. Tomorrow when they bear Rear $8.25

my corpse out of this maybe the an- haJJ I PHONES / Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
gels will have pleaded my cause and JACKSON AND \ Residence ,133 Cot Orange Ave. and Church'-St.
i
secured forgiveness for o*. GOODEN .
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S I ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORXEYATLAW Worthington! Blackman

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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; ]. Phone 617
The Morning Sentinel Want Xo. 4 West Pine Sreet I
ORLAJSTDC Directory is the Greatest Want I 1 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Ad Medium in Orlando. I Phone 161 i
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worth Building.
i I Term Cash in Advance. I I

Cement, Agatfle Plaster and Lime RATES II I

I IL For One Day ______________25t FRANK SMITH IDAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
II I For Three Days ____________50c ,
Ii I For Six Days _______________75c i
i For One Month ____________$2.50 ATTORXEYATLAWPhone
This rate applies on all ads of
172 Phone 72
I 25 words or less. If the ad con-

tains will be more one than cent 25 words per word the rate for Room 5, Watkins.BlockR. Rooms 5, 6, 'i i, 8Davis ,-

each additional word for each in- & McXeill Block
sertion.If .
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ypu can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts Victor Starbuck
I opened by telephone wilt be
i payable the following day.
p ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

II Every Home--Every Business! RAY WHITEATTORNEYAT
Every Man has use for a Phone 161
Sentinel Wart Ad. I
LAW
I I No. 6 W. Pine St, Orland Fla.
\ Room 44
FOR SALE '\

I I Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
FOP SALE-A No. 1 tent, cheap; F. A. PEPPERCORN:
t 1also reels lines and hooks for sea I
1\bass fishing. Inauire at O. K. Pool
J Room, Orange avenue. 9-11-St I ,BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
I
FOR SALE-Horse, wagon, surrey,: Phone 37
two sets harness; or trade for car
or real estate. R. P. Gilpin, Winter I
What's the Matter With the Home, Fla. 9-7-Ct DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST

FOR SALE-Xice figs for sale at 208 PLUMBINGSALLAS
Hot WaterWhat 9-8-Gt East Robinson avenue. Phone 668.

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


A Gas Water Heater Is the SolutionA FOR$10;SALE-Elegant large ice box, suitable parlor for organ gro-, L. Percival Hutton

I cer, $10, worth $23.; Tracy's Carpenter -
circulating or i instantaneous gas water heater will assure you of hot water Shop, 18 East Church street. SURVEYING 37 Liberty St., New York N.Y.
all the year 'round-independent of janitors hotel clerks or your own fur- 9-9-Gt
race. The cost to operate is very low. When you need the hot water- Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
C, it's on tap-when you do not need it, there's no expense. FOR SALE-One 1 horse wagon,
f We will gladly explain or demonstrate the advantages of the various types practically new, with rack and fish- McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
of gas water heaters. Won't you call or phone us today? ing boat; a first class fishing outfit PROMPT AND ACCURATEWORK
for less than cost of wagon. Inquire Florida.
Elmer Beidler, at Evans jewelry
store. 9-9-Gt HAL A. IRISH Member F. A. A.
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO .

FOR RENT Civil Engineer

GAS DEPARTMENT FOR RENT-Flat of four rooms and
sleeping porch upstairs, four rooms 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
and screened back porch down stairs.'i 9
All modern conveniences. 14 High
( h .f'\it 1 .... street, 3 blocks east of Eola park. I Phone 72
<..." .'% ',''' '.-''1E-;: -_'llUi ..1_: 9-9-Gt
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FOR RENT-By the season month,
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMSDEU.
or year, one upstairs flat for light
housekeeping; also other rooms, and OPTOMETRIST
A -IJ garage, electric lights and bath in and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
house. Apply 300 East Concc rd ave.
9-10-tfc FIT GLASSES,GRIND LENSES
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Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF

HELP WANTED ORLANDO FLA. .
orncAj.I' R.EP AmmO
MIIMt $20 to $35 per month extra money to i
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'any employed person without i interfering !---- -
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with.gular work. No selling,
no canvassing. Positively no invest- I, Cut Flowers
ment. Unemployed need not apply. ,
Address The Silver Mirror Co.. Inc.,
SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSfRlfSOCOEE 123 W. Madison St., Chicago, 111.9-12-41 ARCADEMILK and Plants


LAWN MOWERS sharpened and
FLORIDA repaired at Orlando Bicycle and Floral Designs
Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc

LOST-One bull bitch, medium size,
brindle with white around neck and
nose, bob-tail. Reward. Return to Dell Florist.
All the, leading varieties of Orange and Grape- this office. 9-8-6t r DEPOTBUTTER .. roe I


fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest TEN ACRES brick road half, worth mile from$2,000 Orlandoon free J. M. CARUTHERS

and clear; will exchange for house
.. .. .. .. MILK- Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
prices and lot in Orlando of same value.
.. .. .. .. Tracy & Moore, carpenters 18 East
Church street. 9-8-6t Fresh Every Day.

5c. per glass
FIRST CLASS BOARD and rooms at .
reasonable rates;nice location. Mrs. 25c. per gallon
The rainy season is the best time to set 0. T. Priddy, 301 S. West street.

trees on high land. Trees set now will keep 9-12-St CREAM BUTTER AND MILK CUNT BASSPHONE

one year's growth in advance of trees set WHEN work, repairs YOU WANT on your any house carpenter, sleeping Fresh Homemade 375 ..
I porch, screens, etc.,call at Tracy's West Jefferson Street
next fall. I Carpenter Shop 18 East Church St.
SANDWICHESPIES
9-12-61 Successor to
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AND CAKES
i TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers Hand Wood CompanyWood

| Send today for Catalog, Description List and jlowest I repaired; anything; keys in fitted the repair; locks line repaired is- -

our line. Just phone 304, Young's of All Kinds
prices, to the above address I I at Repair once.Shop, and our man 9-12-lmoc will call ARCADE MilK DEPOT PROMPT SERVICE

I REASONABLE PRICE
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
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Travel in F'-:: .ma -
Mrs. W. F. Smith will return to : k
and everywhere on American territo-y, is simpN'! by "A.B.A." her home Montverde
this
Cbeques. They are'much safer to carry than cash; and they are morning
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would after a week's visit with her sister,
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These chequesare Mrs. J. C. Sikes.
ttlf-iJcntifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for .
business or pleasure. .
Col. J. N. Bradshaw t
returned to
The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" Orlando yesterday morning from Hot FOR EVERY
Springs where he has been spending
several weeks.


ard.Get your next shave at the 18-21-tf Stand $10 A WEEK


Mr. S. W. West left last night on
the 12:30 train for Tallahassee and
YOU SPEND
other points in the northern part of P
the state on business.Mr. .

P. A. Johnson returned to Or-
lardo yesterday afternoon after a
visit of some weeks to points in the
southern part of the state.
YOU SAVE

Deposit your Saving;:, Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

/on. 8-12-tf $10 A YEAR
:Mrs. Roy Cook and children, who
have been enjoying the delights of
Daytona Beach, returned Sunday af-
ternoon to their home in this city.
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Mr. J. Mendenhall, of Evansville, '
Ind., is among the recent arrivals in

Orlando.headquarters While at here the he Empire is makinghis hotel. IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{

Spring WaterIS
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
18-18-tf

SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING,
Hon. Louis C. Massey left Orlando
APPETIZING, SATISFYING, GOOD yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
Coast Line for Washington, D. C. and

TRY Better TRY thence vacation.to New England on a month's The Peoples National Bank

IT BEST 4T

Mrs. Geo. Banschbach left yesterday -
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
Line for Atlanta' Ga. where she will
visit relatives and friends for some


How. much did you save last month 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111II liB 11111 11111 11111 11111'
cash: or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf
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Mr. Wm. S. Richardson, of Augus-
Ga. who has been spending sev
days in this city, left yesterday
for points in the northern

of the state. New Studebaker Cars I

Capt. B. M. Sims, proprietor of the
South Apopka Nurseries, was
Orlando yesterday from his home .
t Occct, en route to Chuluota on
: Here This Week

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.
1 821tiMr.

W. L. Moore, one of Ocoee's Wait and see what values you can get
and prominent citizens, is
this week in Orlando in at- for $1050 and $885
-- upon the criminal court as
? .

Mr. Hux and family, of Tavares,
to Orlando Sunday and
the day with his sister, Mrs.
J. Hamrick. His father, Mr. T. A.
accompanied them. | San Juan Garage Company jj

How much did you save last month
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf Orlando Daytona

Mr. and Mrs. H. Carl Dann, and
DISTRIBUTORS
son, Master Morris, have re
8; to Orlando after a delightful
to points in Georgia, New York,
) and other states.
: 'MMMMI . ., \ . . iillillMMIiiitlMIMtMMIMIIIMIHWho
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mann and chil-

who have been spending the .. 111111111.111111111.I .
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in North Carolina, have re-
9143t'w and are occupying their home
; the corner of Liberty and Jackson I Will Be Your Executor? .
,et?:. They report a most delight-
rrd beneficial time.
I ANSWER NO. 2
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. i
Your estate may be materially impaired as a
direct result of the appointment of an executoror
:\Ir.1.. F. McCarty, a prominent trustee.
man of Birmingham, Ala.,
has been in Orlando for some When an individual is appointed
visiting his daughter, Mrs. The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
McElroy, returned home ,
yes- is usually' provided in wills that the person
afternoon. He was accompa- nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
home by Mrs. Basil Manly, an- from giving bonds.
daughter, who has been visiting
When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense -
.t
of the estate, and then only partial secu-

Deposit your Savings Checks and rity against loss is provided.
them earn 4 per cent interest for
8-12-U When a Trust Company is selected-

The positive advantage of strong financial re-
The hired girl has went-she was sponsibility is secured.A .
she was tired, she was fired;
I bond which has behind it the entire financial
smile-you can get another by
strength of the Institution is always filed with
I our want ad. column.
the Probate Court at no cost to the estate.

) I DoctorsBiiekmaster Answer No. 3 will' appear m a subsequent issue :
of this newspaper.
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\ OSTEOPATHS Come in any time and freely ask for further
instruction under Dr. Still) information on this vitally important subject. fy

I II I Kirksville National S. Orange, Mo.Bank.Ave.. Phone above K7S PenD! You are glad always to advise.welcome, and our officers are always 1Li! (


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

Lillian Bledsoe

GRADUATE MASSEUSE Orlando, Florida

Standard Barber Shop

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

4 ; Shampooing.Neck .
9143t'c and Bust Development. IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"UII"I'I'I".1. . .. . . ..

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