The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Vienna Recalls Him U. S. Will Germans Reported to Be Within
Consider the Incident as Thirty Miles of Objective;

Closed, and Also a Delivering Smashing CONFERENCE[ IN NEW YORK


Washington, Sept. .-The an- Paris, Sept. 14.-A dispatch from -
nouncement- that Ambassador Dumba PROHI'S Rome to the France Le Matin says its PARK PRESS IE1CAT"M" WILL DISCUSS AFFAIRS A
has asked Vienna to recall him on a believed in diplomatic circles that WITH CARRANZA'S

*, leave of absence furnished the princi- DOWN GOES E S OPTION Portugal will shortly declare war on HIS DEPARTURE'WAS KEPT SECRETCapt. A
pal topic of discussion in diplomatic JELOCAL Germany. The Lisbon government, its OCT. 131015 REPRESENTATIVES

circles today.It I alleged, possesses proofs of troubles -
has been stated authoritativelythat System Will Be Replaced by I which recently have broken out Boy-Ed Now First Chiefin PREliMINARY MEETING SATURDAY
Ambassador Dumba will sail for in Portuguese territory as being fomented LENGTHY PROGRAM: HAS
State Wide Prohibition- New York-No State-
Austria-Hungary very shortly.No by German agents.A BEEN ARRANGED WHICH
answer to the request of the Will Become Effective strong military expedition has ments Given to the WILL INTEREST Question of Recognition Will BeHeld A

United States will be made by Aus- January 1 Next been sent to the Portuguese coloniesin Press in Abeyancec Until
tria until after his arrival in Vienna. Africa bordering the German pos-
Edward W. Davis, of Orlando, After New York
.Austria will then inform this gov- Columbia, S. C., Sept. 14.-State sessions. New York, Sept. 14.-Capt. Franzvon
ernment that Dumba has been recalled wide prohibition won in today's elec- All German steamships in Portu- Papen, military attache of the Is Down for an Addresson ConferenceWashington

on leave.It tion, according to late returns to- guese waters, a dispatch states, have German embassy, has left New York. the 15th-Other
is understood that Ambassador night. The election was held for the already been seized.Comptlsory. In[ company with Prince von Hatz- Noted SpeakersA Sept. 14.The admin-
Dumba will sail from New York on a istration has decided to discuss the
voters to decide whether the present feldt, chancellor of the embassy, he I
Norwegian vessel bound for Rotter- local option system shall be retainedor Service will spend three weeks in the Yellowstone joint meeting of the Florida East international affairs of Mexico with

dam.Some state wide prohibition instituted.The London,Sept. 14.-Premier Asquith, Park, unless some development, Coast Press Association, the Lake Re- ;, Carranza's representatives as sug-
officials say that if Austria law will become effective Jan- in a letter to Captain Guest, declinesto not now anticipated, shall require his gion Press Association, the South gested in his reply to the peace pro-
should announce that Dumba has been uary 1, 1916. receive a deputation of members return earlier. Florida Press Association, the Middle i posals. Upon the outcome of that
recalled on "leave of absence" the urging compulsory service, and his The departure of von Papen, kepta Florida Press Association, and the ,conference will depend whether Car-
main purpose of the administration's letter states that the premier will secret from all except his closest newly organized West Florida Press i ranza and his government will be recognized -

request will be discounted.The NEW YORKER TO DEVELOP make a statement to the house of friends, is regarded as rather significant Association will be held at Jacksonville as the best way towards
best opinion here, however, commons in due course. in view of the coupling of his on October 13, 14 and 15. The ,bringing an end to the troubles in the
both in and out of the administration name with that of Dr. Dumba, Aus- program includes individual business, Mexican republic. Secretary Lansingsaid
service that the recall of Dr. Dum- FLORIDA LANDANOTHER Riga Will Be Next trian ambassador whose recall has sessions of the various associationsand today that the Pan-American
ba when announced by Austria will London, Sept. .-Straddling the been asked of Vienna by President joint sessions of the five bodies conference would meet in New York.
be full satisfaction to this govern- Vilva Dvinsk railway, Von Hindenberg Wilson. during which some excellent addresses Arrangements for the conference
ment. PROOF THAT is launching smashing blows Von Papen decided to make the will be heard.A. have gone so far that it is known who

They say that the essential objectof FLORIDA PRODUCTIVENESS against the Russian armies defending trip West "for the benefit of his K. Wilson, president of the Florida will represent Carranza. They will
the request for his recall was to IS NO MYTH the: latter city. The Germans are reported -i health," his friends explain. East Coast association, will pre- be Luis Cabrera, a member of the
insure the ambassador's leaving the to be within thirty miles of Inquiries yesterday at the German side at the opening session. Mayor present Carranza cabinet; Roberso
United States and that when he their objective and within 24 hours Pesqueira, formerly Carranza's
goes ,
Will Develop 150,000 Acres of club, where von Papen has quarters, Bowden and President Charles II. agentin
the incident becomes closed. they have taken 5,200 prisoners anda elicited the information that he had Mann, of the board of trade, will deliver this city; and E. Arredonda, the
Land-Headquarters Will quantity of ammunition and sup- gone away for the week end, but addresses of welcome, while present representative at Washingtonof
INJURED WHILE CROSSING R. R. Be a Palatka-A Mammoth plies. A wireless from Berlin says: might not return to the city for sev- Robert McNamee will make one in the Constitutionalist government.

TRACKS VentureNew "the official announcement of the cap- eral days. Elsewhere it was ascer- behalf of the Jacksonville press. Formal announcement of the acceptance -
ture of Riga by the Germans is expected I tained that von Papen, Prince von George Mathews of the Fort Lau- ) of Carranza's (propositionwill
While passing the A. C. L. crossingat York, Sept. 14. James R. shortly." All along the front Hatzfeldt and two servants left for derdale Sentinel will make responsein be made at a session Saturday

Concord avenue yesterday after- Murphy was elected' president of the the Germans claim to be rapidly approaching the Yellowstone on Saturday after- behalf of all the associations. Other when Secretary Lansing and the Lat-
noon, the vehicle in which Allan Bur- their the Vilva Rov- in-American diplomats will thor-
new $1,000,000 Florida Farms and ; object, noon. They are known to have beenin addresses at the morning session go
nett, colored, was riding was struck I no railroad. Chicago yesterday.With will be by Frank Harris of the Ocala oughly into every phase of the case.
Homes[ He will
by a passing freight engine. Burnettwas company yesterday. von Papen and the Prince Banner, dean of the Florida press, on The question of recognition, how-
+ thrown clear of the track and make his headquarters at Palatka, London, Sept. 14.-The most impor- away from the city, the departure of "The Evolution of the Florida Press, ever, will remain in abeyance until
suffered a severe shake-up, but it is Fla., in close touch with the com- tant parliament in centuries opened Count von Bernstorff, German ambas- Its Power, Past. Present and Future after the commission that confers

thought that his injuries are not se- pany's dozen towns, 150,000 acres and today. A hard fight will be made to sador, and his secretary, Frederick for the Development of Florida;" by i with Carranza's agents has reportedto

rious. forty-nine miles of land. adopt conscription though it is opposed Edler, for Washington yesterday, left I Dr. Mason W. Pressly, of Seffner, on Secretary Lansing and his asso-
He spent four months last winterin by Premier Asquith and For- the affairs of the embassy so far as Efficiency and Co-operation;" by ciates.
analytic study of the real estate eign Minister Grey. LloydGeorgeand I New York is concerned, in the handsof Jefferson Thomas of the Thomas This commission is assumed to be
B.B.FiguresForThe situation in Florida and in particularof Kitchener will urge conscription. Capt. Boy-Ed, the naval attache. Agency, on "What Is an Advertising appointed Saturday.
the New South Farm and Home Influential members of the Laboritesare Boy-Ed went motoring yesterday and Agency."

FansAMERICAN company holdings, as representativeof bitterly opposed. England is con- gave no statements to the press. J. H. Humphries, of Bradentown, RECOVERY OF ALFRED BARKERIS
a bond holders' protective committee fronted with a daily deficit of $16,000to president of the South Florida Press CONSIDERED DOUBTFUL

which comprised interests identi- $25,000. The budget will likely MEETING OF CITY COUNCILAt association, will preside over the
LEAGUE fied with some of the most prominent cause bitter differences. All eyes are I. morning meeting of the 14th. Early this morning it was consid-
Won. Lost. Av'pe. financial institutions.At turned toward the United States the regular meeting of the city There will also be a discussion ofa ered doubtful whether young Alfred
Boston _________ 90 43 .678
u a federal foreclosure sale where the Anglo-French commissionis council yesterday afternoon, the com- state wide Barker, son of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeA.
Detroit __________ 89 48 .645 a publicity plan on a cooperative -
Chicago _______u_ 79 57 .581 week ago he bid in the property for trying to arrange a billion dollar missioners ordered a warrant to be basis for the entire press of Barker, would recover from the
Washington _n___ 74 59 .556 his new company at $500,000. It em- loan. drawn for $3,564.58 in favor of the the state, both daily and weekly, and injuries sustained when dynamitecaps

New St. Louis York__uu___ __ 59 57 72 78 .450.422 braces Orange Springs, Fort McCoy, Alabama Paving company, this an address by Dr. Ralph N. Greene, with which he was playing Monday -
Cleveland _____n___ 51 85 .375 Burbank Kenwood, Interlaken, Island Curtis & O'Neal-the artistic pic- amount being the balance due the chief physician of the state insane afternoon exploded and tore three
Philadelphia __u__ 38 95; .285 Lake, parts of Palatka and Silver ture framers. firm.G.R.RamseyHighway. asylum at Chattahoochee, on "The fingers from his left hand, burned his
Yesterday's Results The -- -- body and eyes. His suffering was
Springs. largest part is tra- Crime and Insanity Problem; the
New York 2, 3-
Boston 2, Chicago 1. versed by the Ocklawaha Valley rail- Means for Its Solution." very great.
Philadelphia, St. Louis 12. road, which operates between Palatka Engineer Robert J. Holly, of Sanford will On Monday afternoon the little boy
Washington 3, Cleveland 0. and Ocala, of which Mr. Murphy\ has preside at the joint meeting on the and some of his companions found
NATIONAL LEAGUE I been appointed industrial agent. Tells Of Orange Co. Highways morning of the 15th. There will be dynamite caps and set them off with
Won. Lost. Av'pe.
the fuses near Lakes Adair and Con-
He will staff of addresses follows
Philadelphia __ 76 56 .576 organizez a big I as :
Boston __nnn 72 62 .537 trained conveyancers, engineers, surveyors -- "The Ideals, Opportunities, and Duties cord. As the entire box of caps ex-
Brooklyn ____n___ 73 63 .537 salesmen and builders, retain- (Reprinted from the Manufacturers laid on this road on March 31and the of Newspapers," by Lew Brownof ploded it is thought a match igniteda
St. Louis __ _____ 67 72 .481 I I fuse of one of them which set off
n ing offices in New York also for distributing Record, August 12, 1915.) road was completed and thrown open St. Petersburg.
Cincinnati _____ 65 70 .481 I(I
Chicago ____n______ 62 69173 the property among small By G. R. Ramsey, Highway Engineer.The .. to traffic on May 1. The construction "Office Leaks," by Royal Daniel, the rest. The force of the explosionwas
Pittsburgh __n___ 64 74 .465 investors. It is purposed to reclaimthe contracts for the constructionof of this road was along the same linesas Quitman, Ga. equal to a good size charge of
New York ________ 60 73 .451 property wherever advisable or 57 miles of brick roads in Orange roadway No. 1. The effect of this "How to Make a Newspaper Pay," dynamite. Marion Freeman, the boy
Yesterday's Results 4. necessary, to open connecting high- county were awarded by the county i road on general conditions is thus referred F. M. Hetherington, Lakeland. playing with young Barker, sum-
3 Philadelphia
Cincinnati Pittsburgh 9,,New York 2. ways, encourage sanitation, develop commissioners on February 3, 1915. II to in a recent issue of the Orange "Printers and Publishers; the Ser- moned help and the injured lad was
Chicago 1.Boston. 7. residential, farming and business districts Roadway No. 1, running south from County Citizen: vice They Render to the Public and carried to McEwan's hospital.
St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 2. with particular attention to in- the southern city limits of Orlando to "The whole city turns out for a the Support the Public Should Render
FEDERAL LEAGUE dustrial and commercial expansion the Osceola county line, a distance of ',drive on the Conway brick road. They Them," Rube Allyn, Sarasota. CRIMINAL COURT NOTES
Won. Lost. Av'ge.
Pittsburgh _____n 74 60 .552 and to expedite the extension of con- 13 miles, was awarded to the Ala- I I see improvements on every hand. "Power of Press for Law Enforce- Criminal court continued its grind
St. Louis _________ 73 63 .537 necting and local transportation facil- bama Paving company, of Birmingham -!, Homes being built and others painted. ment," Edward W. Davis, Orlando.C. yesterday and it is expected the ses-
Chicago __________ 74 62 .544 ities. Ala. Work was commenced on Gardens alive with flowers. The best O. Codrington, of DeLand, pres- sion will extend into next week. The
Newark ________n 80 73 .523 'fit ident of the Florida Press association two Barber boys from the
April 1. About 10 miles of this farms in the county. Great fields of: Boggy
Kansas City ______ 69 65 .515
Buffalo _____n___ 70 69 .504 RETURN GAME WITH WINTER road has been completed to date. Following corn, melons, beans, etc. Lands are will preside at the afternoon meetingon Creek district,were cleared; Young,a
Brooklyn ______n 68 70 .493 GARDEN TOMORROWThe the general custom as prac- being sold. Prosperity is rampant. the 15th, which will be short,mere- negro, was convicted of petty larceny;
Baltimore _n_____ 43 89 ..325Yesterday's ticed in Southern Florida, the brick People look like folks; they seem to ly a discussion of unfinished business.At Charles George was convicted, on the
Chicago 8. Baltimore 7. Orlando baseball nine will, to- are laid flat on a foundation of sand have the wrinkles of care wiped out. three o'clock all delegates will be charge of exhibiting a dangerous
.. St. Lduis 6, Newark 7.No morrow afternoon, play a return only, and held in place by a 4 by 10 Only the chronic kicker, which every taken to Black Point to see the national weapon; and the Walter Artis case
others scheduled. game with the Winter Garden teamon concrete curb molded in place on the community is troubled with, remains, rifle matches where several will go to the jury this morning. The
SOUTHERN LEAGUE the local diamond. As will be remembered ground. The immediate effects of the and he is good-naturedly tolerated. hundred men from all parts of the Sunday closing law cases may go to

New Orleans _____Won.87 Lost.56 Av'ge..608 the last game between I construction of this road through this "Inquiry among the residents of country will be in camp. That even- next week's session.BUILDFNG .
Birmingham n___ 78 67 .538 these teams, played on the Winter I territory has been the incorporation that section shows that they are accomplishing ing there will be a banquet with cab-
Memphis --_______ 75 68 .525 Garden grounds, resulted in a 7-4 victory Iof the Taft drainage district. When two days' work in less aret singing and dancing. The pro- OPERATIONS
Atlanta nh_____ 71 70 .503 for the Orlando boys. The nineis the canals are completed over 52,000 than one day, where hauling of building gram for the banquet is not yet fin J. G. Manuel has started a hand-
Nashville ____
__ I
71 71 .500
Chattanooga _h____ fQ/ 74 .471 in good shape and expects to makean ,'acres of good agricultural land will materials, melons to the railroad, i ished. some new residence for Mr. and Mrs.E. .
:Mobile ______h___ 62 80 .436 even better showing in the game be available for settlement. II farm crops, etc., are concerned. B. Wherry. There will be seven
Little Rock __h___ 58 82 .414 tomorrow. All Orlando baseball Roadway No. 2 was awarded to the Roadway No. 5 was awarded to R. THE WEATHERFor rooms, sleeping porches, heating '

Birmingham Yesterday's 5, Little Results "fans" are expected to go out to the Southern Clay Manufacturing com- M. Hudson, of Atlanta, Ga. This Florida: Generally fair today, plant, and all modern conveniences.The .
Rock ..
r Chattanooga 1, Mobile 0. Driving Park and root for the home pany, of Chattanooga, Tenn. The I commences at the northwestern city except probably showers in extreme new residence will be on East
s No others scheduled. team. first brick in the entire system was (Continued on page 4) south portion; fresh east winds. Washington street.o .

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DO TRIFLES ANNOY TO HEAR OURSELVES OTHERS .outside of Kashan, between Teheran I You'll hear a man say "No, it r(I OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING

HEAR US i and Ispahan. doesn't pay me to advertise,as it ap I Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
What blessed it is that
a thing we Since the attack on the British con- I peals to too small a class of people." Today's Sentinel Is replete with the
can forget! Today's troubles look If every home were equipped with I
sul at Ispahan last month a critical And yet when the same man loses advertisements of most of the mer.
large, but a week hence they will be instruments to catch the words and
his bunch of keys he rushes to the chants of Orlando, and there are some
situation has arisen, according to the I
forgotten and buried out of sight. tones, especially the tones-of the
newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although rare shopping opportunities containedin
Says one writer: "If you would keepa family's conversation; and If each' advices, and steps to be taken in connection -
he knows that in the whole these advertisements, which care-
book and down the things member of the household treat
daily put
with it the
of discussion
wide world there is only one person ful and discriminating buyers will Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"HAS
that and what becomesof ed to of his her sharein
see a repetition or
worry you the entente
among powers. who can possibly be influenced by his"Lost" readily grasp. Read all the advertise-
them, it would benefit you. You the talk of the day, what would be A
ad. Contradictory, isn't it? ments carefully. -
allow a thing to worry you, just as the; effect? London.-Another Zeppelin raid

you allow a fly to settle on you and Fretful, nagging women; quarrelsome was made over the east coast of England I

plague you; and you lose your temper shrill-voiced children; bitter. last night. There were no cas- Read the Morning Sentinel for the OPENED A PLUMBING SHpP
and you justify yourself by being tongued, arrogant men-all would ualties.
(news. lOc. a week delivered. A. B. Cook & Co.
thrown off your balance by causes have a chance to hear themselves as
which you do not trace out. But if others hear them, and it seems to us Christ Building, Orlando.
you could see what it was that threw that many a voice would be changedto ,
you off your balance before breakfast, a pleasanter thing to have around. '

and put it down in a little book, and For the tones of the voices in a
follow it up and follow it out, and as- home may be as pleasant a featureas
certain what becomes of it, you wouldsee the best of music or the best of STOCKS AND

what a fool you were in the the anything else. You have doubtless Phone 204
been in houses, rich in furnishings BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
matter. The art of forgetting is a ANNOUNCEMENTTO
blessed art, but the art of overlookingis elegant in every appointment whichare

quite as important. And if we nevertheless, "common" and un- .
should take time to write down the attractive because of the voices of THE PUBLIC:

origin, progress and outcome of a few their inmates. And you have beenin We beg to announce that our

of our troubles, it would make us so other homes, perhaps homes where contract with the Orlando Ice Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
ashamed of the fuss we make over shabby, ill-assorted furniture and
Company having terminated we
them that we should be glad to drop cheap decorations prevail, which give
such'things and bury them at once in all the effect of a real home, becausethe will on Sunday, September 12th, DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal

eternal forgetfulness. Life is too family have kind voices. 1915, assume ownership and

short to be worn out in petty worries, But instruments hidden behind the control of the ice delivery.To Values Low Prices

draperies in every home, recordingthe avoid possible temporary

FOR THEIR NEIGHBORS words and intonations of those inconvenience to our patrons the COMPARE
whose dwelling together make the
business will for the present be
The hardest housekeeping in the household, would make startling rev-
themselves. conducted from the offices of: OUR FURNITUREWe
world is the housekeeping that peopledo lations to the talkers
for their neighbors. Half the People who snarl and scold and com- the Orlando Ice Company, wherea

troubles we have are caused by wor- plain are hardly ever conscious of down town sales room will be provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac-

rying about what people think. What "how it sounds," and it would work a maintained as heretofore.We cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If ly

difference does it make what they great change in many of us to stand will honor all ice tickets an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
think anyway? No one can live his off and listen to ourselves. Miami can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
own life and and two or three otherpeople's Metroplis. issued by the Orlando Ice Company stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
all tickets not for be-
lives besides. What's the use paid

of setting up housekeeping on the BRITISH SEIZE CITY OX THE ing payable to us.

roof or on the outside walls for the PERSIAN GULF Plans for the permanent or- McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

benefit of the neighbors? You would ganization of the ice delivery

rightly be judged insane if you suggested London.-Because of the killing of into a separate department in Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
anything of the kind, and thatis two British officers near Bushire, Per-
practically what half the people do. sia, and the failure of the Persian our business will be announced

They can't do this because the neigh- government to punish the tribal later.We

bors would talk, and they can't do chiefs concerned in the affair, who, it propose to furnish our patrons -

that because the neighbors wonder if is declared, were assisted by Ger- I with pure ice manufactured 1111111111111111111111 Ie 11111111111111111111111111111Comb
they could not afford to do somethingelse. mans, Bushire, a city of upward of
i from distilled water
They may not say it in so many 15,000 population on the Persian gulf,
words, but they mean it, and it is sim- was occupied by the British without I backed up by courteous and efficient HoneyPure

ply a great big vacuum in some of opposition August 8, according to ad- service, and respectfullysolicit

our natures where moral courage vices received by Reuter's Telegram your support. Orange BlossomSee

ought to be. Half the sting of pover- company. ORLANDO WATER AND
ty or small means is gone when one Conditions in Persia are going from
LIGHT COMPANY."Oakland the display in our window.
keeps house for himself and not for bad to worse, the advices add. The
his neighbor. Persian Central Telegraph Line has

been cut since August 15, and the
Sweet PotatoesJust
BUYERS AND SELLERSI road from Bushire is completely
blocked. The gendarmerie, it is de-

buy, sell rent, and exchange real clared, are unpaid and dissatisfied and received a large supply.
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over

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$6.75 comfortably' without crowding. The driving electric starting, lighting and ignition system. .
compartment has plenty of leg room, even fora The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy. :
tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down the starting button with FUNERAL DIRECTOR -
. Rear $8.25 wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. This system is
cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, giv- operated by a storage battery which is charged AND EMBALMER -
ing real comfort to the passangers. The trim- by the generator.
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which means for the owner, tow upkeep cost, frame members insuring great strength. The Night. Hand Block.
great tire and gasoline mileage. sill of the body rests on the frame for its en- or
$29.15'Nashinglon tire length without overhang, giving it a firm,
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The Oakland-Northway Six cylinder motor found between the body and running board. ,
will develop 30 to 35 horse power. It has all
the and smooth ,
J.C. flexibility running qualities a Hotchkiss Drive .
Six should have, and is"Cry responsive to the .
throttle. The driving power is applied to the rear:
axle and wheels without shock or jar, the
Low Center of Gravity .
rear springs acting as a cushion. This construc- I
Like all Oakland models, the weight of this tion saves wear and tear on tires from slipping,
car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs the life of the rear axle and gives un-
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires usual riding comfort.
and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This .
Atlantic Coast line low center of gravity makes the car eas- Other Features AUTOYASIIING\ STATION
ier to handle and more comfortable to ride in.
Left hand drive with center control. Gear
Vacuum Gasoline System shifting lever of the ball and socket type.
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The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is absolutely drums. Horn button in center of steering
ACCOUNT automatic. You can forget you haveit wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim.
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leaky pressure lines. Positive even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in "
G. A AI D. gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board. I Known as 'The Handy Man.
Encampment all grades. Increases the mileage to a gallonof Ignition and lighting buttons looked with a :
gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad run- I
of the car where it belongs. ning boards. .' WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

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Plant City Courier: The situation DARDANELLESConstantinople.Twice
summed up in the following from the Washington, D. C.-That the recent
Miami Metropolis is applicable no tour of the United States by the hon- since the
doubt to every town in Florida, Plant orary commercial commissioners of war began Russia has inquired of the
City One by one Plant i China was thoroughly enjoyed by the British government as to its future
City store/ adopting the policy of visitors and will result in cordial and intentions regarding the Greek islandof "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
selling for cash only, as this seems to mutually advantageous commercial Lemnos and the Turkish islands
be the effective way of eliminatingthe relations is attested in a letter just Imbros, Tenedos and the Rabbit
deadbeat. ;received by Dr. E. E. Pratt, chief of Group, which lie just outside the en- Unless Budded from A Bear-
"Pay your bills and then take your t the bureau of foreign and domestic trance to the Dardanelles, and, fortified I
vacation trips," would advice of this commerce, department of commerce, and in possession of a maritime I
kind be appropriate for any Miamian i from David Z. T. Yui, the honorary power, would completely command ing Tree of Known Qualityand
who is flitting, free-as-a-bird, etc., in secretary of the commission. the straits. I
the playgrounds of the country I j Mr. Yui is enthusiastic concerningthe This information comes from a neutral -! Quantity of Produc-
Would such advice be approved by bright prospects of augmentedtrade diplomat here, in close touch with I
some of the men and women of Miami and increased helpfulness be- affairs in Russia, who, naturally,I
who are "doing" the grand tourist (tween the two great republics. He would not allow his name to be men- II tion.. -O. W. ConnerIn
act in the pleasure resorts of other expresses the keenest appreciation of tioned. The islands in question were
states, where every day calls for the i i the commission's reception in Amer- all Turkish territory, though chiefly "
expenditure of money that should be ica, saying that it "has been over- inhabited by Greeks. Greece in the
in the hands of the people they owe I I whelmed with your wonderful hospi- first Balkan war occupied them and
in Miami? I'tality and sincere goodness." He sug- was permitted to retain only Lemnos. five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-
The Metropolis is told that there Bests that the United States and Chi- Since last October all have been in onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
and !'jna should "join hands to make the possession of the allied
are Miamians joy-riding living evpeditionaryforce
home the
brought to planter the fact that budwood selection
on the fat of the land in various partsof best use of present opportunities." and have proved invaluable as
the United States who owe everyone I" :Mr. Yui is in charge of the lecture a base of operations against the Dar- does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
in Miami from whom they could ,department of the national committee danelles. Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were re- -
get credit-men go off leaving their of the Young Men's Christian Association Lemnos, the largest island and cently published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
grocery bills, their board bills, their I'I of China, and he defines his Greek territory, is forty-one miles the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated -
laundry bills their drug bills their ,work as an effort to enlighten all from the entrance to the straits hasa from a parent of true merit.
dry goods bills, their every sort of classes of people in the advancementof good harbor and is naturally ad-
bill, unpaid; and with the money that modern civilization. At present mirably fitted for a fortified base. To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
thus belong to their creditors they there are in his department these divisions Imbros is only twelve and a half miles a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not
splurge like millionaires in lands that : Science, health, conservation, from the entrance at Sedd-ul-Bahr
in existence five each other
been years, are falling over to con-
know them not. i education and visual instruction. The and has bays which would make ex-
Women go away leaving bills unpaid lectures of these divisions each year I i I cellent stations for submarines and vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed. May be so, but, Mr.

to people who are suffering for reach thousands of oficials, scholars, surface torpedo craft, while heavy Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
the lack of this money that is right- :students and business men through- guns mounted there and on Rabbit the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
fully theirs; and in fashionable resorts -!I'out China and are received with the Island, which is still nearer, being rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
these women spend the dollars most earnest interest. only nine miles away, would Command -
lavishly and "care free" I :Mr. Yui's department will, he says both channels to the straits. You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
Wrong! Worse than wrong; it is be exceedingly glad to receive at any great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

criminal, and yet within a few weeks !I time literature and materials of an The editor of a country paper-in bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
these smiling creatures-these money educational nature, particularly lan- Texas, says an exchange, announcedone bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.
spending men and women-will return tern slides, motion picture films, week that he was going to printin
and amiably ask the merchants, 'charts, maps and pictures on any subject his next issue the name and pictureof CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
and all others who have carried themon I o relating to industry and com- the most gossipy, longtonguedwoman grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address _
their books through the summerto merce. in the town. But the editor
kindly allow them a few weeks j did not make good his promises.
more before asking them to pay! RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB j Within an hour after the paper was
Perhaps the time will come when mailed, all the doctors in the com- Ockla"Waha Nurserieso.
such a procedure as going on an expensive Located in the Arcade BuildingAll munity were battling frantically with
pleasure' trip, leaving bills work guaranteed and neat- twenty-seven cases of nervous pros- W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
unpaid, will be classed with other ly done. Our work is the best tration, while twenty-seven different OR
kinds of swindling. Perhaps it wouldbe and our prices are the lowest. husbands armed with shotguns were
well to make a blacklist now of This is the place to have your, lined up just outside the door of the G. G. Wright Agent
these people; every business man old clothes made new. editor's office. ,
should be warned as to who they are. Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit SLAUGHTER SALE
YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed pressed ------_______40c.
an outside service depart- All Palm Beaches scrubbedand
Buy your wall paper cheap for the I
ment and is prepared to give you pressed -___________50c next few days. Making room for our
prompt attention. We have a compe- Mohair suits pressed ______25c. new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer"
tent man who will fit keys, repair We do ladies' work also. Giveus Store Court street. Phone 61.
your trunk or do anything in the repair a trial and be convinced. 9-5-tfc. I
line. He is ready to go at your Clothes called for and delivered.
call now. Just phone 301. i
9-12-lmoc Phone 613. Try a Sentinel want ad. i

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needed Toggery.

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

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THE DAILY ENCOURAGE G. R. RAMSEY, HIGHWAY ENGINEER 'placed directly where wanted without

TENNIS. TELLS OF ORANGE slushing with squeegees for long dis-
South Florida Sentinel
Tennis has experienced a great revival COUNTY IIIGIIWAYS tances. The work has been very much

MORNING AND WEEKLYV. in Orlando this summer. Interest facilitated by the use of this machine,

Ji GLENN .......................Ediwrw. I
C. ESSINGTON .....BuiineM Manager in this healthful and vigorous outdoor (Continued from 1)) as an average of 1,200 yards a day Economy
i sport has been greater than for page has been maintained since it was put
Entered at the poctoflice at Orlando. Florida -
as Second Clas Mail Matter. years past. The court game is one limits and runs through the towns of on the work. After initial set has

SUBSCRIPTION RATES that: should be encouraged. Not only Lockhart, Piedmont and Apopka, with taken place the roadway is covered _

D fly. 1 fear ........................ (S.OO its terminus at Plymouth. Work was
does it furnish relaxation and healthful with sand to the of
Daily. Month. ...................... 2.60 depth an or
Daily. > Month ...................... 1.25 exercise for tired business men, started in March, and about 10 miles more and thoroughly wetted down
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 will have been completed by August1st. I
but it has an uplifting influence on and is kept in this condition for fouror This is an economical

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... H-00 the younger generation. The boy who five days and the pavement is kept year---

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN gets out on the courts and plays threeor Roadway No. 4 was awarded to the closed for two weeks before traffic is nearly every one is practic-

ADVANCETO four sets of fast tennis does not Southern Clay :Manufacturing: com- allowed upon it.

ADVERTISERS: find much time to get into mischief. pany, but as :yet nothing has been The brick used on this work were ing economy. And that very

And then there is not the danger in done on this road. It is hoped, however made the Southern
Cap far display and all .thcr ....-..t by Clay Manufac- .
d.ertldag meet b. landed in at UM 1...... tennis which is associated with swim- that work will commence not turing company, at its Robbins plant, t fact has brought more peo-
tfffic. .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
later than August 10. When
th. day before publication. Thin rate applies ming rowing and canoeing. The women com- and the average result of the tests on
U change for contract advertising: it ii ,'too, play the game and the girl pleted it will serve one of the most the entire road has been about 22. ple here than ever before.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
who spends an afternoon on the highly developed garden-truck districts In addition to the nine feet being

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel d&eontinoed courts is not apt to glide around a in the state of Florida, as well built by the county through Winter They have come to realize
should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will I* dance floor all night. as one of the finest citrus fruit sec Park, the city council has built 30 additional -

until continued notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription rates o tions. The towns of Ocoee, Winter feet in width through its bus- that to buy on an economical -

Telephone, Nim.rWEDNESDAY....................... 21 GOOD SHOWING BY Garden, Tildenville and Oakland will iness section, making the pavement
LOCAL BANKS. be in more direct touch with the coun- 39 feet wide. They have recently basis does not always
SEPT. 15 1915.
.ty seat. The type of construction on passed a bond issue of
Within the last week there have a portion
this road will be in brick laid mean purchasing at a sale.
appeared in the Sentinel the financial I part which will be used in building additional -
lion. Park Trammell will deliveran flat, with sand filler, and part wire-
brick streets. a.
statements of the National I
oration at the dedication of the Peoples cut-lug brick, cement grouted. The quality of the merchandise -
Much has been
Bank, the Orlando Bank and Trust recently irj)
Fort Lauderdale public school build- No. 3 awarded to andis
Company, and the State Bank of Or- Roadway was magazines relative to the construc- and the service
ing September 16. now being constructed by the you buy
lando. The public exhibit thus madeof tion of brick roads in Florida. If the .

o the resources and liabilities of the Southern Clay Manufacturing com- cities and counties will pass adequate it essential to
The Florida Life Insurance com- gives are as
from the northern city limits
pany ordinances for the of
local financial institutions at a glance protection their
pany, defunct, of Jacksonville, has through the towns of Winter Park
streets and roads if will
reveals the ; they see
splendid shape they are as low prices.
been sold. The stockholders were"sold" economy
and Maitland to the Seminole
in. The healthy condition of deposits county that all service mains of whatever na-

Banner.some time ago.-Dade City indicates that Orlando and vicinity is line. Upon the completion of this ture are placed in the ground priorto What you buy here is of de-
section of highway and the comple-
very prosperous, and "hard times"are the laying of the pavement; if they
o !. tion of roadway No. 1 unit in the
not known around here. a will employ competent engineers and pendable quality, sure to give
September 27th will mark the be-
Dixie highway 23 miles in length will
Local bank statements compare place them in charge of the work,
ginning of another school year in Or- be When the original bids
ready. on there is no question that the service h
lando and the usual hustle to make most favorably with similar state- dependable you ?.ve a rightto
this highway made they
were were streets and highways will be the
ments in other cities of even greater result -
preparations for it has already be- for nine-foot brick road, with sand
a Many officials from other Furthermore
popularity, which is certainly an indication partsof expect. our
gun. filler and concrete curb. The contractor -
that Orlando banking insti- the state have visited the Orlando-

o tutions enjoy the confidence of the however, made an alternatebid Maitland road during its construction, regular prices are as low as
Look out for the fake advertisingmen
to construct this section using
to marked The and so general is the expression of
people a degree.
the fake subscription takers; the past wire-cut-lug brick (manufactured un- be sold for
record of local financial institutions is approval by them that the writer is equal goods can
fake pocket book artist; the fake jew- der the Dunn patent), with grout
such that have hesi- led to the belief that the results will
depositors no
elry and the fake going out of busi- tancy about banking their money, as filler. This was accepted by the county be far reaching and that this is only and still give us a legitimate
ness sale man with his yellow posters.To .
commissioners and the
upon the first of roads that will be
conservative and careful methods are many
o employed, and every requirement of pletion of this road, about August 1, built in the state of Florida using profit. It is our idea to chargeas
live peacefully and to live hap-
Orange county will have the first
the grout instead of sand as a filler.
state and national government to
pily materially aids in maintainingour grouted highway in the state of Flor- I. little as we can and give
assure solid financial institutions is
physical health, and vice versa. ida. That grouted work will eventually -

Progress is not necessarily measuredby strictly observed. Orlando banks I be adopted by those who wish to you as much as possible for
have a high standing in the state of
rapidity of action; consider the build dependable roads there can be
Florida and The Cathedral School
throughout the United
squirrel in the cage.o. States and Canada. no doubt; hence the method being em- your money.

ployed may be of interest.It .
In a well written article on the Eu- o
is very necessary, in the con-
ropean war, Gertrude Atherton declares Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
struction of highways where foun-
that seemingly a nation, in or- SIDELIGHTSBy dation other than sand is used, to see 16th Year School for October Girls Buying our merchandise
der to be successful, must be selfish. opens 6th, 1915
that particular care is taken in the
The brilliant woman seems to have W. S. Branch.A Primary, Intermediate and Academic
preparation of the base. Too much Grades consistently at regular
sized the situation
up correctly.-
attention can not be given to the roll
Tampa Times. Also Musk, Art, Elocution, Physical
o South Dakota editor says the ing. For this reason 10-ton rollersare Culture and Domestic Science. prices means economy to

plow is mightier than the pen, and used on all the work. When the For
Catalogues address the
Judge Robles of has
Tampa, returned -
for proof tells us to compare the bank fills exceed eight inches in depth they in the
from a trip to Indianapolisand Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M. you long run.
account of the farmers with that of are brought up in layers of eight
Cincinnati-the first time the Orlando, Fk.
the editors. And if further proof is inchs, each layer wetted down and
Judge has been out of the state in 25 This is dramatically em-
wanted note how much oftener the thoroughly rolled until compact.
You will note he
years. passed up candidate kisses the soiled faces of Whenever the fills exceed 18 inchesin
"illiterate and half-educated" Chicago.
the farmers' babies than he does thoseof depth they are made from six phasized in our
Wise indeed is this judge!
the editors' kids. In fact, he will weeks to two months in advance of

o rarely kiss the editor's wife.0 the time when the brick are to be FIELD'SCHOCOLATE

Governor Trammell spoke to a big laid, thus insuring settlement. Where

swarm of Labor day excursionists at the wire-cut-lug brick ar being laid a ADVANCE[ SUOWING\
noted authority writing on "Bus-
Pablo Beach and the Tampa Timeshasn't 2 by 8 heart-pine plank is used as
iness Efficiency" says: "Do not hesi-
yet told where he borrowed the curbing. The curbing being set, the
tate when dictating. This writer
speech.-St. Petersburg Independent."As .
trenches are back-filled and water
also says that men who hesitate in
stated heretofore, remarks the tamped and the grade again wetted VANILLA
giving out dictation soon drop into Of Fall and _
Tampa Times, "we are through with down and rolled with a five-ton roller, TUTI FRUTI Early
the habit of ugh-h-ing and ahhingin
this unpleasant subject. after which the base is shaped with a
business conversation, a habit thatis
o template preparatory to the layingof GUAVAICE WinterMillinery
both disagreeable and .
It may always be noted that the unnecessary.The the brick. If proper care is exer- t
advice is good and the statement CREAMS.
vital stores-the stores that are important truthful. cised in pulling the template, it is

to their communities-can unnecessary to use sand as a cushion.
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"afford" to advertise. The superfluous Care must be exercised to see that t

stores, in every city, advertise but Down at Tampa the other day we the base is kept damp in advance of 1

intermittently, if at all; never with saw this notice in the show window ofa the laying of the brick, otherwise the AUTO LUNCHESA

that steady confidence and persistence millinery emporium in the Cuban rolling of the brick will cause the SPECIALTYCLUB _

observed in the successful ones. district: "Tamo Shantas For Sale. sand to squeeze up, thereby filling the

o 50c. Each. That sign writer was evidently space with sand which should event-

Many a young man goes away to not familiar with his "Burns," ually be filled with grout. The grout and

seek his fortune, when fortune is and the story of- ing of this work was started, using SANDWICH 25e.

seeking for him at home.It honest Tam O'ShanterAs the regulation grout boxes, but aftera

is up to the people of this cityto he from Ayr ae night did canter. mile of the work had been com- READY-TO-WEAR

keep up their habit of boosting Or- pleted a grout mixer manufacturedby 1

lando at all times and bringing in de- The "Chicago Girl" discussion in the Marsh-Capron Manufacturing

sirable citizens all of the time. Thereis the Tampa Tribune is as useless as company, of Chicago, was placed on We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed

no town in the state of Florida to- the "Sunday Closing" discussion in the work. The results obtained from and Delivered for All The styles are absolutely -

day that can offer more real induce- the Orlando papers. Let her r. i. p. this mixer were better than the old

ments to the home seeker than can be (rest in peace). method, for the reason that it can be Occasions authentic.

found right here in Orlando.

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Sometimes we sit and wonder in

our idle way when Ed Lambright, of

the Tampa Tribune, is going to sendus OUR DRESSMAKING PARLORS OPEN

some of that there gopher gumbo

we've been hearing so much about.-
Mrs. Mavie Mallard has
Columbia State. And we've been

wondering, Bob, when we would be Woman Suffrage
returned from the Northern
given -
an opportunity to try one of

those Columbia "square meals." Be-

sides, gopher gumbo is not a Tampa We went down to defeat in our debate at The Young People's Forum :Monday: night. Fashion Centers and

specialty. Its habitat is Pensacola. However we enjoyed every minute of the time and believe the judges gave their decisionon

"Polio Catalana" is more in our line. the merits of the respective arguments as presented. This is altogether as it shouldbe. will be pleased to meet
-Tampa Tribune.
:Merit: should and will win, always.

MAKE A- o The merit of our Feeds and our fair treatment of our customers, high and low, is her old and prospectivenew

NOTE OF THIS.Remember winning for us a goodly number of followers. Yes, we COULD serve more, and will be

that mistakes are not glad to do so. customers.UioksollIves.

necessarily fatal. Show us a man Feed is slowly working down to a somewhat lower level, but the feed trade tells use

who has never made a mistake, and \\ need not look for it to go much lower. !
we will show you a lazy, good-for-
nothing who has escaped errors of We aim to give our customers every advantage of the market. Can we do more? I

judgment and conduct by being too

indolent to attempt anything. This Co.j

leads us to say that we attempted to

tell the good people of Orange county The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW. I

what was going on this week while

the county criminal court of record S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St.
was holding forth in the temple of

justice, and in some hocus pocus man- .DEPARTMrNT STORE.

ner made it read circuit court. Please
make a note of this.

'An investment ad. in the Morning o Settled is awe I I


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I ((Mattin) Snrtetj -i I "Get It At Allen's" |

SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK Mr. LeRoy B. Giles left on the mid-
night train last night for Jackson .
Thursday, September 16.
Gun shoot at Country Club, under ville, where he will rejoin Mrs. Giles, A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and Beauty
auspices of Orlando Gun Club. and on Thursday they will leave for a
Friday, September 17. six weeks visit in the East. GRANDTODAY can commend the Hamilton to anyone who wants It.-
W. C. T. U. will hold a meeting in the a timekeeper of perfect and continuous .
parlors of the Baptist church. 7.mttf
Mrs. J. S. Arnold arrived in Or The
YOUNG MATRONSENTERTAINED. lando last night to visit at the homeof

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. T fun 1Wlatclt
The Young Matrons Card Club met Slemons, on West Church street.

Evidence yesterday afternoon at the home of --0-
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater. The tables W. O. Bogue, of Oxford, is in Or "Til Railroad Tiatritrftr America"

were placed in the large living room lando for a few days, visiting at the This is the watch that is proved by actual records to be.carried by 56?:
Accumulating of the attractive bungalow, and after home of his brother, A. R. Bogue, on of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced. ..
West CHARLIE CHAPLINThe We can sell you the complete watch, or we can supply a Hamilton more-
the game a salad course was served, street. meat fitted to your present watch case. All sites for men and women.
sandwiches, olives, iced tea and nuts. World's Greatest Comedian _
Besides the regular members Mrs. The Sisters of St. Joseph will hold

Brodwater had as her guests Mrs. L. an ice cream social on Thursday even in Allen &
B. Fort, Mrs. J. I. Dunn, Mrs. W. M. ing from 4 to 9 o'clock, on the Con "WORKHis Company
Glenn and Miss Roberta Branch, the vent lawn.
22 Miles Per Gallonof
latter winning the prize, a book in a --0-- Greatest Comedy. Jewelers
beautiful edition. Those who were Mr. and Mrs A. R. Bogue returned
Gasoline fortunate in accepting the hostess' last evening from a visit to points in TWO REELS OF REAL I

noon.hospitality spent a delightful after- I I lina.Virginia, Kentucky and North Car COMEDY --- --- -

WEDDINGOF The Bachelor Club will be en
LEY-SNYDER. tertained today by Miss Alma De "TRUTH STRANGER THAN r right now. Don't let things goy

Mr. and Mrs J. W. Bowman, Jr., Laney. FICTION" until the house, barn, fence or floor
I.W.Phillips&SonsOrlando announce the approaching marriageof (, begins to look shabby. A little of our

their daughter, Miss Dora Snyder, BACK FROM BUYING TRIP A Biograph Drama. r ready to use paint will.put your homein
fine trim and save you the cost of a
Fla. to Mr. John Cale Ley, on Wednesday
evening, September 29th, at 8:30 Mr. F. T. Scruggs returned last much bigger paint bill later on.

o'clock at the Methodist church, in evening over the Atlantic Coast Line "McQUADE OF THE TRAFFIC

Gentlemen: Piano, Texas. They will be at hometo from New York where he spent sev SQUAD"An

their friends in Tampa, Fla., at 414 eral days purchasing a large and com Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
Henderson avenue. plete stock of fall and winter goods Edison Drama.
Referring to your The many friends of the groom in for the gents' furnishing departmentin 205 S. Orange Avenue

Orlando will be interested in the the Dickson-Ives Company store. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
inquiry regardingthe above announcement. He is the son The advance shipments of these have 5 cents 10 cents
of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley. already begun to arrive and it i
Dodge Car -o- quite evident that Mr. Scruggs intends ... .11..1..1.,1. .. .

METHODIST to keep his department in the
SEWING CIRCLE. front rank of the progressive storesof THE BEST BILL IN THE CITY : The
purchased from New Ice Company
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. S. H. the South. j
Atha was hostess to the regular I r
4 you a short time weekly meeting of the Methodist BRIGHT YEAR AHEAD FOR ROL PHONE 675

Sewing Circle. A good crowd was in LINS COLLEGE Tomorrow, "The Juggernaut," :

since, beg to say it attendance, and several visitors were in five acts. The greatest picture I:
present during the afternoon. Light Already Rollins College has more Delivery Daily

has developed all refreshments were served by the applications for admission than for ever shown in Orlando.
hostess. several years past at this season.
I: The Ladies' Aid Society will havea Dean Enyart will arrive at Winter Wait for our wagon. We think

the speed and picnic next week at Lake Gatlin, instead Park September 21 to organize the
will like ice.
vou our
of the usual meeting. The af- faculty. Several members of the fac

power that could fair will start at 10 a. m. and will ulty are already on the ground and
last all day. ready for work. The changes and

be desired, is a ROYAL NEIGHBORS-v- have improvements been completed in the college and-on buildinp-s September -- The New Ice Company ;
PICNIC TOMORROW.An 29 the college year will begin.

comfortable ridingcar invitation has been extended to ROOf GARDEN( !
members of the Royal Neighbors and TWO RIVER STEAMERS TO ACCOMMODATE I 1'11111'11"11111111111'11111111111111'111.11111'

and this in' several friends by Mrs. J. II. Gouldto NEW YORK I -
picnic at Clear Lake next Thurs- TOURISTS 1111111111,1,111111111111.,111111111.111111111,111111

connection day during the afternoon.A .
basket lunch will be served and Owing to the large number of spe- it

bathing indulged in. Those desiring. cial round trip summer tourists com- TODAY"A
the fact that I ran to ride will assemble at Mrs. Daugh-I ing to Jacksonville yesterday aboard
erty's, 216 South Orange avenue, atI the Clyde steamship Comanche, Her ;

123 miles on six 3 o'clock. The fare for the round trip man G. Wenzel, Florida passenger CHANGE OF HEART"
will be fifteen cents. agent for the line, announced that it ,

gallons --0- will be necessary to use both the river I A two part feature. An American .. .
gasoline ROOF GARDEN DANCE steamers Osceola and City of Jack- l'

i THIS EVENING. sonville to take them up the St. drama.
(22 miles per gal- Among the social affairs scheduledfor Johns to Sanford and back.A .

this evening is a dance for the
si Ion) convinces me younger set, which will be held at the STATEMENTIt "PRESSING HIS SUIT" CURTIS & O'NEAL
Roof Garden
with DeLaney Way
having come to notice from One Reel Comedy.
that the Dodge is host. :Music will be furnished by the .rumor and an anonymous letter that
McIntosh orchestra, and the young I will not do anything for my needy
Insurance Loans Real Estate i !
people are expecting this to be an mother-in-law, I wish to set myself
THE CAR for right before the public. "PATHE NEWS"
my even more enjoyable affair than was
When she
came to Orlando a few
the last Roof Garden dance, some two weeks ago and we found out her con- The World before : Rentals
your eyes.
work. weeks ago. dition my wife wrote her and told her .
if she would come and live with us ..
and live as did she
be welcome
and no reference would be made .
Yours very truly, to the past that Dorothv needed a .
The One-Price Theater
A grandmother and she molhere
very pleasant birthday party was needed a .

G M. MALLETT that of Thomas and Keziah Thorpe letter We, but know she never that she so much received as the acknowledged II II

Monday evening. Quite a number of it. Having made this of- I
v young people gathered to help cele- fer and having it ignored, we do not 10 cents 5 cents : --- ESTABLISHED 1588 u -
| Traveling Sales brate the happy occasion and several feel called upon to do any more.
hours Hoping to set myself right before II II
enjoyably. A the public, I make this statement.
man for the Gulf cream course was served during the 9-15-ltc R. N. SEYMOUR. I I
evening. Who Pays?" Thursday. I
-- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR 1..111,1",1",1"1,111,1",1"1" Ml IIIII HIM

KIL KARE KLUB. RENT-Splendid office in the
There will be a called meeting of Watkins block. See Jas. L. Giles,
the Kil Kare Klub Thursday afternoon 9-15-tfc

September 16, at 3:30, at the I FOR RENT-Fuller residence, fur-
letter home of Mrs Chas. Phillips, 212 nished; Lucerne Circle; for season. .
Original on South Gould street. All members are Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent.
urged to be present as important bus-

1 file in our office. iness will be brought before the club.0 FOR SALE-Five-room cottage,

-- rents for eleven dollars per month;
SOCIETY NOTESOF price eleven hundred dollars or will

......... INTEREST.Mr. trade for new automobile, Buick or '
and Mrs. F. A. Curtis arrived 9-15-3t Hupp preferred. Box 733, city. Hand's Pure Ice CreamMade

last night from a visit to Atlantic -

City, Philadelphia, and New York. PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana to-
Mr. Curtis, while away, spent sometime mato, 35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake-
in the big I,field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants,
buying centers,
pur- 25c. 100.
per delivered, postpaid. Cav-
L W.j chasing a large and select stock for endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry
the Curtis & O'Neal book store. Mr. land banana plants, lOc. to 25c. each. In Orlando
Curtis found the weather very warm 9-15-d&w-tfc Fred M. Preston Pine Castle, Florida.
i in the North and returned to Orlandoto

cool off. Want anything? Ask for it through
Phillips --0- Sentinel "W ants.-
Mrs. W. R. King left today for

Sanford where she will visit Mr. and Phone 566-666
Mrs. Charles Leff'Ier.Irs.. Lefflerwas
her girlhood friend in Kentucky.She .
& expects to return Friday with her

daughter, Miss Hallie D. King, who PROGRAM
has spent the last two months in the Majestic. "Eleven-thirty P. M." A
Blue Grass State. strong detective story, in two parts.
Komic. "The Rivals." A very
Sons --0- clever comedy.
Miss Julia K. Chapman, who has Reliance. "Izzy Gets the Wrong
been touring the West this summer, Bottle.
Four good reels of Mutual movies.
J will return to Orlando October 1. Five cents to alL I -- -- --- -_r -- -.....-


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1 BICYCLE THIEVES BUSY IN owners are considerably wrought up

r I LETTER TO THE SENTINEL MIAMI over their losses. If the gang, whichit Beds! Beds!! Beds!!!

do you is believed, is operating here in a
Unless the police of Miami breakup wholesale bicycle lifting industry, is
hope for in a I FROM STATE BOARD a gang of bicycle' thieves, who, itis apprehended, or discovered by any of In Bright New Patterns

I believed, are operating in this city, those whose wheels have been stolen,

varnish? I OF HEALTH about the only way a bicyclist can there is no doubt they will be severe-
keep his wheel from being stolen is ta ly handled.

x i get a lock and keep it locked while The members of the gang do not
Exercise and Health not in use.During stop at copping cops' wheels. They

THEWCC. Sana mens in sano corpore! a period of twenty-four think no more of purloining a bike _
Which means: What's the use of hours, commencing at noon last Sat- that belongs to a policeman than to a
'pushing the cultivation of the mind urday and ending at noon yesterday, civilian. As evidence of this, Patrol-
and neglecting the cultivation of the twenty bicycles were purloined by man E. J. Starling reported that a

UkJTROVARNISHES ,body? some person, or persons, as yet at wheel for which he recently paid $60,
I i And this suggests the very pertinent large, and complaint after complaintwas one of the chainless make, had been
i query: Should not physical training registered at police headquarters i stolen, some time "esterday.-Miami

be made a requirement in our throughout Saturday and all day yes- ;Herald. .

'system of education, from the kinder- terday.: i
garten to the university? In some instances the wheels stolen Umbrellas recovered and repaired Now Is The Timeto

The present time of beginning the were new and represented an expend- I"while you wait." at (Young's Repair
When you buy varnish for your I school year in Florida is appropriateto iture of from $40 to $50 each and the Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
floors you hope that it will improvethe consider what is the relation oi l select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter.
appearance of those floors and
that it will be durable. health to effective mental trainingIn Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
Unfortunately much that is sold for large measure the question is '
floor varnish won't realize that hope solved by the conditions that exist in ?., \ surprising low prices. A call will convince you.

for you.Lawson's. rural communities, where school children -A \ f_.......
Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas usually have fixed duties about / *.<*? ** *"" '
a wonderful deep,lustrous finish. It is I
easily applied because it works easily. It the home that require sufficient regular
is scratch unequalled white for It durability dries absolutely and will dust-not exercise to maintain a good de- OSCAR HAND & SON
free hard in in from twenty-four five to hours.seven hours and gets gree of health. There is generally a

lack of such exercise for pupils in t
As for economy. Lustro has a covering l r
capacity that is wonderful. city schools, with a tendency to greater Complete Home Furnishers
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor concentration on school work and
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis- ,
bad results.A -- -- --- --- ----- -
with consequent ---- --"

factory.Made by Valentine & Co. few Florida cities, notably Jacksonville

have in recent years given
Manufacturers of much time and some money toward ORLANDO Message

/ALSPAR and utilizing the public parks, as play. To the Business No.l FOR SALEWill
VALENAMELAll grounds. Under the direction of a
Men of Orlando
paid expert supervisor, physical exercise

t and competitive games hav Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of a dead one is

to be had atFINLEY'S been made attractive to children. The the lack of local pride. People who live in a live, prosperous town
investment has brought splendid re- show it. Their stores are attractive, their streets clean, their offer for sale for a few days
PIONEER PAINT sults and the system should be adopt. homes are well painted.
STORE ed municipality. But the the corner Orange Avenue
by every Nothing shows lack of pride, a lack of prosperity, like paint- ,
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. participation in these privileges, being
hungry buildings. Let's paint up. As the most durable and
Jackson and Boone Streets known
voluntary, has reached only a economical paint, we recommend as
small percentage of the children in
. any of these cities. the skating rink property, for $26,000.
$1,000Will How its benefits be extendedto Atpntic
Dutch 'Boy White Lead
all of them? $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year

More than ever in the past, the du- 'r
I I and interest six
choice building lot in Dr. ties of the teacher are becoming com- at per cent.C.A.HOVEY.
buy a and Dutch Boy linseed oil, mixed right on the job, to suit the job. Have your
C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus plex. His responsibilities include not painter tint it any color you wish. Consult your paint dealer on that job of
grove on North Orange avenue over- only suitable mental training but a painting you have in mind. Today's the day.

looking Lake Ivanhoe. There are watchfulness over the physical condition NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
em'yI lots to be sold at the price. and capacity of every pupil. He

The bricked street splits the lots, is to blame if the child victim of

which will have a frontage of 62 feet hookworm or the mental deficient is -

by 150 feet depth on the east side of pushed beyond his mental limits oi II I I

the street, and a frontage of 62 feet punished for failing to grasp what is Engraved Stationery and
running back about 100 feet to the beyond him. The teacher must, oi

lake on the west side of the street, should, detect the presence of contagious
making 2 lots for the price of one, disease and in suspicious cases InvitationsDon't
and the price is fully 25 per cent call for medical examination. The Rollins College Winter ParkOldest

less than the real value. Each lot on recently adopted plan for an annual ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices ,

the east side of the street has about medical examination of every school because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy,

20 large is budded and bearing trees.Building The child in the state should relieve the and deliver) the goods in Orlando. Music, Expression, Fine Arts Domestic and Industrial Arts Business -
high sightly.
ground teacher of this duty, by placing it in Teachers' Course.
restrictions will protect the home HIGHEST.
builder. The owner has cut the price the hands of competent expert au- Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-
thority. It is a move in the right di- PRICES TIlE VERY LOWEST. nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
upon my guarantee to make a quick rection. music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
sale. There is nothing like it in the But the responsibility of maintaining W. S. BRANCH rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemicaland
city today for price and location. Call physical laboratories equipped with every modern device; analysis of
me up by phone or come to the office. a high average of health remains THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE soils, fertilizers foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
with the school authorities. The boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
My time and auto are at your service.
school furnishes the training on which ---- nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Only 4 lots to be sold at this price. address SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.
depends the trend of adult life, and

this is true of the mind as well as ol SKATING RINK

the body. Good health can be made -

E. C. YoungRoom a habit as well as careful thinking, l i
T3n.e 4 arket
if you begin early enough and keepat 15 16 and 17
10, McNeill & Davis Block. September
it. Exercise, to be productive of ,
best results, should be made interesting

even fascinating, to the pupil, :+mr OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
MisdirectedEconomy and no better means can be found .. '. '. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

than competitive games. Tennis t t t Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

baseball, even the old fashioned hopskotchsomething a fr et Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
adaptable to every
age-should be encouraged.
We invite( inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Amherst College, in Massachusetts,
to few cents I everything in the Meat Line.
Trying save a by was the first of the higher institu-
having your work handled by inferior tions in this country-nearly fifty
hands. years ago-to make physical exercisea slf 1" li. AdC. Self & Co.

Your personal influence is compulsory part of the curriculum. J PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET
greatly enhanced when you are Absence from the daily class drill on

clad in immaculate linen. the gymnasium floor was penalized as

absence from lecture or recitation

OrlandoSteam Each class was required to report at ,, "
a fixed hour four days each week, foi "
exercise in marching and light dumb-

LaundryFRENCH bell work. Exercise on the heavy ap- ORLANDO'ROOFING t tAN

paratus was encouraged but not re-
DRY CLEANERS quired. The result was a marked bet- [

LAUNDERERS terment of health conditions during
PHONE 88 the course, the seniors showing less 1 .
than one-quarter of the sickness ob- I.! t
served among the freshman classes.I a ;
4 Tile Tin Asbestos
Metal Slate
FOR SALE! The result of this systematic training I ,
has demonstrated its value to the II
SCREENS WHAT AM individual student and has empha- I and Rubber Roofings

SCREENS sized in graduate life the inconvenience t
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. not to say danger, following the Cornices, Skylights..Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

John W. Pounds, Agent lack of regular exercise. The Amherst .
Box 703 system has been adopted in l.i\"W.: Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
many of the colleges and universitiesof =-
.t : :-.
this country, and Princeton refuses '
.<"':'\.> ", ,
to graduate the student who can not

I swim. I :. ;, ; .: :...:_.:- ,
BargainNew Florida 'leads the states of the .> t':'. : "-.. -..
I Union in matters conserving the "
health of her citizens. Why should '

she not lead in this movement for the E : < '-" -- I The Orlando Meat MarketI I
welfare of her children, her future

citizens? T. A. YANCY Jr., Manager

house, 8 rooms and bath. ''WHY YOU SHOULD TRADE WITH THE VERNONSI Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice I

Location perfect, 4 blocks from FIRMS THAT ADVERTISE Florida and Western Meats t
Because advertising moves goods,
center of city, east side. i thus assuring you that advertisers are I the latest and popular dances

least likely to have anything old to Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
For quick sale $3000. Cash or i
offer you, even were it so a mind. The best and highest priced act everin
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
terms. Because the firm that advertises

I to sell is likely to be just as progres- FloridaADMISSION Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6
I I>ive in buying its stock and thus PHONES {Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.What .
CARL DANN knows how to purchase at a saving
for its customers. 1O CENTS




Number. Laths and Shingles 'SENTINEL I il I PROFESSIONAL CARDS I

T\r ipdk V
I WANTS Worthington Blackman


I The Morning Sentinel Want I 4 West Pine Sreet : Phone 617
Directory is the Greatest Want !
ORLAJSTDC Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
Ad Medium in Orlando. i Phone 161 t

Term Cash in Advance. worth Building.

Cement, Agatite Plaster and LimeWhat's RATES I

For Three Day __________50e
For Six Days _______________75c .
For One Month ------______$ .50
This rate applies on all ads of
I 25 words or less. If the ad contains Phone 172 Phone 72
i more than 25 words the pate
I will be one cent per word for Room 5, Watkins Block Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,-

each additional word, for each in- Davis & McNeill Block
sertion.If .1
you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be Victor Starbuck
payable the following day.

i I Every Home-Evwy Business R. RAY WHITE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
!1 Every Man has use for a Phone 161
Sentinel Want Ad. I
F I No. 6 t W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
Room 44

Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
FOR SALE-Nice figs for sale at 8 F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER
9-8-Gt East Robinson avenue. Phone 668.

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
one quarter mile from city limits; 37
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
the Matter With the
t 6-9-tf 'DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST

FOR SALE-Elegant parlor organ, PLUMBINGSALLAS
Hot WaterWhat $10; large ice box, suitable for gro-
$10, worth
cer $25. Tracy's Carpenter -
Shop, 18 East Church street. & SALLAS
a howl is raised when a flat dweller doesn't get his hot water! How 3-9-Gt Phone 716
quickly the clerk hears about it when there is no hot water in the hotel 208 Boone Street
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
room. FOR SALE-One 1 horse wagon,
You expect this convenience in an apartment or hotel-then why should your practically new, with rack and fish- Bldg Phone 597.
home be any less modern and complete? ing boat; a first class fishing outfit,
for less than cost of wagon. Inquire

A Gas Water Heater Is the SolutionA store.Elmer Beidler, at Evans' jewelry 9-9-6t L. Percival Hutton

circulating or i instantaneous gas water heater will assure you of hot water I FOR RENT SURVEYINGPlating 37
Liberty St., New York N.Y.
..,r' all the year 'round-independent of janitors, hotel clerks or your own fur- .."' ,
-" race. The cost to operate is very low. When you need the hot -!<' FOR RENT Flat of four rooms and and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
m it's on tap-when you do not need it, there's no expense. typesD.1 ',- sleeping porch upstairs, four rooms
4 We will gladly explain or demonstrate the advantages of the various and screened back porch down stairs. McNeill-Davis Building Orlando
of gas water heaters. Won't you call or phone us today? I, 'O. All modern conveniences. 14 High PROMPT AND ACCURATE ,
street, 3 blocks east of Eola park. WORK Florida.

U! ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO 9-9-Ct FOR RENT-By the season, month, HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.

or year, one upstairs flat for light Engineer
housekeeping also other .
; rooms and
GAS DEPARTMENT garage, electric lights and bath in i
house. Apply 300 East Cone rd ave. 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
9-10-tfc 9

-. WANTED small truck farm of 5 Phone 72
o ;..f'r.: : ; i iI1111 or 10 acres, with small house and I
barn, suitable for chicken run; some i
shade about the house; also fruit pre-'
ferred. Address C. E. Heffield, Or- Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAM5DEU .
lando, stating price and terms. OPTOMETRIST
9-14-31 and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

I Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
11111 11111 11111 11111 liD I' II II I"III II III'II' III II 1111111111111111111111111.. $20 to $35;: per month extra money to I
any employed person without inter-
fering ith gular work. No selling,
no canvassing. Positively no invest- I
: ment. Unemployed need not apply.I McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS
Address The Silver Mirror Co., Inc,
SOUTH" APOPK4 CITRUS NURSERIES 123 W. Madison: St., Chicago, 111.9-12-4t ARCADEMILK FOR

LAWN MOWERS sharpened and Caruthers FlowersLeave
OCOEE FLORIDAAll repaired at Orlando Bicycle and
Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc
your orders here
LOST-One bull bitch, medium size,
brindle with white around neck and
nose, bob-tail. Reward. Return to
the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- this office. 9-8-6t DEPOT Violet Dell Florist.

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

The is the best time reasonable rates;nice location. Mrs. 25c. per gallon I I I
rainy season to set ,, O. T. Priddy, 301 S. West street.

trees on high land. Trees set now will keepone 9-12-3t: CREAM AND MILK CUNT BASSPHONE

in advance of WHEN YOU WANT any carpenter BUTTER 375
year's growth trees set work, repairs on your house, sleeping -
next fall. : i porch, screens, etc.,call at Tracy's Fresh Homemade West Jefferson Street
I Carpenter Shop, 18 East Church St. I

: TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers Hand Wood CompanyWood
Send for : repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired -
today Catalog Description List and
\ \ lowest I ; anything in the repair line is
I I,our line. Just phone 304, Young's of,All Kinds
prices, to the above address I: I I[at Repair once.Shop, and our man 9-12-1moc will call DEPOT PROMPT SERVICE

I t
: I RIDE "in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one REASONABLE PRICE*
,11111111111111111111111111..11.11111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111.. | hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc
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Copyright, 1915, by K* y-Handy Syndicate.

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Mr. E. II. McNeill and daughter,
Miss Margaret, left yesterday after-
noon for Tampa for a short visit.

Get your next shave at the Stand-
in Panamaand ard. 18-21-tf 'S

everywhere on American territory: ia simpJISsd' by "A.B.A." Mr. L. W. Tilden left yesterday afternoon FOR EVERY H
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they areaccepted
for Tampa to attend meeting
like a -
currency by strangers where a check or draft would
often be refused for want of proper identification. These chequesare of the Florida Citrus Exchange :
ftlf'identlfying. We recommend them to all who travel, for which meets in that city today.
business or pleasure. $10 A WEEK

The State Bank of Orlando Deposit your Saving Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for

IOU. 8-12-tf YOU SPEND

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hamblin and

daughter, Miss Rose, left yesterday
morning for Coronado Beach where
they will enjoy an outing.

Ride lIamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

?. 8-18-tf YOU SAVE

Mr. Chas. E. McCrory, of DeLand,
court stenographer for the seventh
judicial circuit, is visiting Orlando on
business and pleasure. $10 A YEAR

How much did you save last monthin
; I&1'9; ..YKPi't cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-tf

Dr. Geo. R. Paschal, the hustling
representative of the GrooverStewart '

: Drug company, Jacksonville, was
among yesterday.the business visitors to Orlando IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS[

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary.

Miss Catherine Bechberger the
popular and efficient stenographer at
the State Bank, returned to Orlando

yesterday from a well earned vacation The Peoples National Bank
spent with relatives and friends.

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

"ELDER" Spring WaterIS Mr. II. L. D. Moreman was in Orlando -
for a while yesterday greeting ,
friends. He was en route to Tampa I
Mrs. Moreman have been spending
the - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --
summer. ,..,. .. .. .. . . . . . . . . .. . .. .... ..I.I..I

TRY Better TRY Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.
IT BEST IT g-18-tf

Miss Elizabeth Miller, the attract- !
ive daughter of Mr. W. P. Miller, left
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic H Studebaker CarsHere

Coast Line for Forsyth Ga., where
she will resume her studies at the
Bessie Tift Institute.

This Week
Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
you. 8-12-tl

Mr. C. B. Jennings, one of FortMeade's Wait and see what values you can get
hustling real estate men,
spent yesterday in Orlando lookingover for $1050 and $885
this section. He expressed him-
self as being greatly pleased with the
city and the surrounding country.

JUST RECEIVED CAR Miss Dorothy Myers one of Tam-
pa's vivacious young ladies, who has
LOAD OF been visiting her mother Mrs. L. J.
McCawley, 11 West Amelia avenue, I
returned yesterday afternoon to her San Juan Garage Company [

Touring Cars home in the metropolis of South Flor-
ida. Orlando-Daytona '

$482.00 DeliveredF. Mr. L. R. Pigford, the popular chief DISTRIBUTORSMMMMMIMHMI
clerk in the freight department at the
Atlantic Coast Line depot, has returned -
from a visit to his former
G. RUSH home in Wilmington N. C. Mrs. Pig-
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I ford will remain for while longer in III. . ., ,. .. .. . - - - -- - - - - - - -
32 East Church Street Phone 226 that state.J. .

OCCUPY HOUSE 1916 EARLYIN Will Be Your Executor?

J The work of clearing up the hand-
some lot recently purchased by J. F. ANSWER NO. 2 A '

-- -- tinge on Ivanhoe boulevard was be- Your estate may be materially impaired as a I
gun yesterday. The lot is located in direct result of the appointment of an executoror f b'1 q
-*111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I the grapefruit grove just past the trustee.-,
turn east from Orange avenue into .r 1.1% b
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress the boulevard. It extends down to When an individual is appointedThe :-t z\ -

correctly. the lake front and includes a neat"lit financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
I Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into tle boat house on the edge of Lake is usually provided in wills that the person # .
society." Ivanhoe. nominated to serve as executor shall be excused ?' y
, Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will Lumber is being hauled onto the from giving bonds. ;
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. ground and work on the building will t '
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe commence just as soon as Mr. Angecan When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex-
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of pense of the estate and then only partial secu- j
I gentility. get some contract work com- s '
pleted. The house will be a hand- rity against loss is provided. -
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each
some frame structure, the When a Trust Company is selected u
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No e
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings boulevard and lake. Mr. Ange plansto The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility ,, .. .
alike.If 4'
have his new home ready for occupancy is secured.
have "arrived" will understand what this
you you means. by the new year.
If you are just a "climber" visit the Evans store and you A bond which has behind it the entire financial .
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans strength of the Institution is always filed with 4.
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come Sentinel Want Ads Pay. the Probate Court at *" .nat to the estate. !
in and be sociable.
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. DoctorsBtiekiiiaster Answer No. 3 will' appear in a subsequent issue
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Jewelry Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and of this newspaper. .
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