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 16, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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BLOCK THEPROJECT IN THE SUNDAY Sept. 15.-A credit of $1,250,000,000: asked for by Lord TRY TO BLOCK FOR WACO'(

Asquith to carry on the war to the middle of November was for- ,

LACASE mally voted by the house of commons tonight when a motion for WAR LOAN BANKS

adjournment was made by Under Foreign Secretary Cecil, who

stated that Germany has made no peace proposals, nor could he

_ STATE VS. M'CRACKEN WAS imagine any being made at the present time which would be acceptable CAMPAIGN: TO THWARTANGLOFIIENCII RUMORED AN ATTEMPT TO
MOVE TO ENLIST to the allies.



Cape Haytien, Sept. 15.-Efforts of the diplomatic corps to in- I

in Arabic Stood Three and Three- duce Morency, the rebel leader, to lay down his arms and subscribeto Same Old Crowd at Work-Will Attempt to Get All Americans

New Developments the demands of the American government have failed. The
Considerable Interest At- Try to Get Withdrawalsof From Villa TerritoryPanAmericans -
Case-Lansing Will Go on authorities are now facing a most difficult problem, and the future
tached-Others to Deposits From to Meet
Vacation Shortly- developments are anxiously awaited.

Case Rests Follow Morency informed the peace envoys that he would never disarmso :Many Banks Saturday

Following a lengthy deliberation long as Darti Guenave was a government power, and he would New York, Sept. 15.-The Anglo- Waco, Tex., Sept. .-Policemen

New York, Sept. 15.-J. P. Morgan accept only Dr. Rosalvo Bobo as president of Hayti. French financial commission heard to-
today invoked the aid of the Rocke- the jury in the case of the State vs. and deputy sheriffs heavily armed

IcCracken's, for alleged violation of day that German agents, alarmed at
feller millions in floating the proposed with six shooters and double barrelled

billion dollar war loan to the entente the Sunday closing law, was unableto the momentum gained in the past few shotguns were placed on guard at every -
allies. agree last night and was dis- AUTO o LICENSE TAGS ON FLORIDA EXPORTS MORE days by the movement to lend Great
bank in this city today.
charged. As the case was a mistrialit Britain and France a billion dollars tobe
It is understood will be continued today. It is understood spent': for supplies }\eret had instituted This action was taken by the mayor
scant encouragement, and in Stand- SALE SEPT. 25TH THAN TWO MilLION
ard Oil circles tonight the belief was that the jury stood divided, : a countrywide campaign againstthe and chief of police upon receiving

three and three. The jury was composed flotation of the proposed credit
expressed that the Rockefellers would warning from the border section of
of Messrs. W. J. Hamrick, loan.
not participate in the loan. TAX COLLECTOR MARTIN IMPORTS MORE THAN HALFA the state that the Mexican bandits
Thos. Henkel, J. W. Newman, W. II. According to information which
Such a result will be a severe set- RECEIVES 875; NEW MILLION TAMPA have planned to celebrate "Juarez
to the commissioner's attention,
back and might even turn the tide Mixon, J. W. White,and JI. B.Merritt.
Considerable interest was attachedto TAGS LEADS the German attack on the proposedloan day," the Mexican fourth of July, by
the proJect.J. .
P. Morgan early this afternoon the case and the court room was was launched from the cover of hiding up or blowing up the banksat

went to the office of John D. Rockefeller well filled with people yesterday Orange Background With White Cuba Gets Big Bulk of Exportsand American citizens of German parentage Waco.

where he remained in conference Many women were present. Judge J. Numerals for Hire-Reverse Then Great Britain nativity, or sympathies, although The officers were all stationed at

M. Cheney defended McCracken and in reality these citizens werenot the the front steps of the banks.
with the junior Rockefeller for for Private Comes NextSplendid -
be Solicitor W. L. Tilden prosecuted.Roy prime movers in the agitation. The Thus far all Mexicans have passedby
half an hour. No statement could Use .
Tags Showing
C. McCracken, proprietor oflcCracken's attack included not only the negative without twisted necks.
obtained as to what passed between
":\ ," a well known ice stand in refusing to participate, it The officers will be continued on
I them. The automobile license tags for Or- Exports and imports from the district -
cream emporium and luncheonettte, was reported, but embraced extreme guard for several days.
Morgan's move to put the Rockefeller ange county have arrived at the officeof of Florida during the month of with
on Orange avenue, is charged with measures against any banks
millions on the side of Great Brit- the county tax collector, W. E. August, as shown by the figures prepared -
German-American depositors helpingin Warned From Mexico
selling ice cream and drinks on Sun- Americans
ain and France is one of a series of Martin, and may be obtained there by the collector of customs at
day in violation of the Sunday law. any way to finance the loan. Washington, Sept. 15.-The state
sensational developments in connec- after September 25 for the coming headquarters for the district of Tampa -
There[ are four other cases of a similar This campaign, according to reports department has warned all Americansin
tion with the loan negotiations during fiscal year. Last year 776 tags were reached the total of a little more
nature which will come to trial in contemplated heavy withdrawals the border states of Mexico that
the day which indicated an approach issued at the office of the tax col- than two and a half million dollars. in the
.- a few days.Witnesses. from participating conditions are unsafe and they should
to a crisis. I lector. The order for tags when sent Exports from ten ports in the district .
in the case yesterdaywere return at once to the United States.
I to; the manufacturers this was during the month of August :
J. F. Ange, George Dolive, J. B. year The warning was sent Monday.'
Washington Quiet for a total of 875-750 for private use amounted to $2,060,187, while the imports loan.B.
Lawton, J. D. Barnes, and Dr. J. S. Grave fears exist that during the
Washington, Sept. 15.After a con- and 125 for cars for hire-and it is during the month amounted to B. Figures For
McEwan. After one hour of exam- celebration' of the Mexican fourth of
ference between Secretary Lansingand expected that there will be quite an $647,471.The .
ination and cross-examination Judge July, which begins tomorrow, and
President Wilson ort the case offit increase in the number of licenses issued following figures show the
Cheney opened his argument for the The FansFEDERAL continues two days, organized attempts -
the Arabic and other diplomatic mat-
I this year. A number of motor- amount of merchandise and other
defense, which was followed by Solic- will be made to inflict injury
ters, it was announced for the first cycle tags have been purchased, and commodities shipped from the various
itor Tilden's closing argument for the American citizens.
time by the state department that i it it is thought that all of them will be ports during the month, showing Key upon
state. Judge T. Picton Warlow then LEAGUEWon. This fear exists only in regard to
has cabled evidence in the Arabic con- used before the close of next year. I West to be the leader, with Pensacola Lost. Av'ge.
delivered his charge to the jury which the territory which Villa claims to
troversy to Ambassador Gerard at The licenses this year will be issued second. Pittsburgh _______ 74 60 .552

Berlin for presentation to the German retired only to disagree. on the basis of the seating capacityof Key West _______________$ 916,494 Chicago __________ 74 62 .544 control.

foreign office. the machine,or the carrying Pensacola _______________ 783,952) St. Louis ___n____ 73 63 .537 This was impressed on the depart-
announcementit I capacity Tampa _________________ 206,116 Newark __--_nn_ 70 62 .530 ment when Villa publicly stated a few
With this important RECORD TOURIST SEASONF. of the mercantile cars, instead of Jacksonville ____________ 48,860 Kansas City ______ 69 64 .519 days that he would not be
was stated also that the United on the horse power of the engine, as Boca Grande ______-______ 33,750 Buffalo ____nnn 69 69 .500 ago, respon-

States has not made any representations has been the custom in the past. Port Inglis ______________ 29,600 Brooklyn ________ 67 70 .48s sible for the kidnapping of Ameri-

to Germany on the evidence.It The license scales Fernandina ______________ 27,03( Baltimore ____nn 44 83: .330 cans on his territory, and explainedthat
A. Curtis Reports That Out- following were Apalachicola _____________ 5,8o6; Yesterday's Results I. he could not control the lawless
was explained by the highest au- put into effect by the last legislature: Pittsburgh!" 0, Baltimore 3.
St. Andrews ____ _______ 5,396
look for Season Is n bands wI-HI i .i b -- banditsand
thorities of the state department that Very Seating capacity of private cars, of :Miami ________________n 3,133 St Louis 3. Brooklyn 2. are cp c-a g r :
the evidence to Good-Heat Kansas City-Newark, too wet. guerillas.All .
_ the object in cabling Oppressive one or two persons, license cost $3;
No others scheduled.
American consuls in Sonora
$2,060,187 ,
Gerard was simply that the German in New York three to five persons, $5; six to ten -

foreign office should have not only its persons, $10; eleven to twenty per- NATIONAL LEAGUE Chihuahua, and other states'south as

own evidence from its submarine com- According to F. A. Curtis, who, sons, $15; more than twenty persons, Won. Lost Av'ee: far as Torreon, have been instructedto
mander, but also the testimony which H. CARL DUNN GETS BUS (Philadelphia _n__ 76 57 .571 send Americans across the borderat

with Mrs. Curtis, has returned froma $25.Of Brooklyn _________ 73 63 .537 once, as the notice to the United
has been furnished the state depart- for hire cars the license will be, Boston _______ 72 63 .533
three weeks trip to Atlantic City / nn States is regarded in official circles
ment from all sources on the Arabic seating capacity one to two persons, St. Louis _______n 67 72 .481
This government has apparently and New York, Orlando will have $10 three to five six Prominent Real Estate :Man Cincinnati ___nn 65 70 .481! today as significant.The .
; persons, $20; to
Chicago 63 69 .478 construction
generally placedon
Gets Into the Game Once n
decided to rest the case for the pres- more than her share of winter tour- ten $30 more than
persons, ; twentyone I Pittsburgh _______ 65 74 .467 it is that the administration, fore-
ent and await the effect of its evidence ists this season. Mr. Curtis believes persons, $60.Motorcycle More After Pleasant 'New York ________ 60 73 .451:
the German foreign office. Yesterday's Results seeing the necessity of recognizingthe
on licenses will cost $2 Vacation
that conditions have them-
adjusted government of Carranza, desiresto
1 0.
Secretary Lansing will in a day or each. I Pittsburgh Philadelphia
selves to such a state that Orlandowill Chicago 1, Boston 0. have Americans out of reach of
two go on a ten days vacation, during The new tags for private use are II. Carl Dann returned Sunday froma Only two scheduled.
the wrath of Villa when this actionis
which period Germany is expected to have many more residents this white background with orange letters, trip through the East; :Monday he
consider the case and prepare a com- year than last. while the for hire is just the reverse, cleaned.up his car and tested it out; AMERICAN LEAGUE
Won. Lost. Av'pe Secretary Lansing announced today
munication to this government. "There may not be so many float- :
orange background with white num- Tuesday he paid his traffic violationfine Boston ___________ 90 44 .672 that the Pan-American conference
:Meantime there' is nothing in the ing tourists, said Mr. Curtis, "as in erals. of $1; and yesterday he sold the Detroit __________ 90 48 .652

suggestions of any official competent past years, but that may be explainedby The fiscal year begins October 1, attractive Peppercorn property on Chicago _n_______ 80 56 .588 would meet at New York Saturday

to speak on the subject which indi- the San Francisco fair, which has and all Washington ______ 74 60 .552 afternoon.
motor car owners are requiredto rorlhIain street to the Rev. E. Lee
attracted this class in numbers. New York ________ 59 73 .447 There is no longer any doubt that
of the
cates decision the part large
a on have license tags on cars imme- Smith. Today Mr. Dann will enjoy St. Louis 57 78 .422
nn at this meeting commission
will be
administration to break off diplomatic! However, there are indications that diately after that date. the usual Thursday half holiday. Cleveland ______n 51 8.5. .374 a

relations or adopt any other drastic the winter season in Orlando will bea Rev. Smith was formerly pastor of Philadelphia ______ 38 95 .285 appointed to confer with Carranza'srepresentatives.

course if Germany fails to concedethe very good one and ahead of last BAKER WHO ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 1 the Baptist church in this city. He New Yesterday's York Detroit Results .
1 2. 4. It is now expected that Luis Ca-
arguments of the United States. year. RESTING QUIETLY is now pastor of the Apopka, Monte- Boston 1, Chicago 3.
I brera Roberto
Pezqueira and Elisio
While in New York Mr. ,
purchased verde and Pine Grove churches. The Washington 0, Cleveland 5.
JUDGE RAY, ONE OF TAMPA' goods for Curtis & O'Neal. Early this morning Everett Bul- i purchase of the Peppercorn property All scheduled. Arredondo, representing Carranza,

:Mr. Curtis stated that the weather in the will go to New York and seek an opportunity -
OLDEST CITIZENS, DIES ware, young employe of the Jen- i brings Rev. Smith and family to this SOUTHERN LEAGUE

New York was sweltering hot. sen Bakery who attempted to commit ::. city where his son may take advan- Won. Lost. Av'ge.: for submitting Carranza'sside

Tampa, Fla..Judge E. R. Ray, 88 suicide by swallowing carbolic acid tage of the public school system. Or- New Orleans _____ 87 57 .604 of the case before the confer-

years old, died at 9 o'clock Tuesday I LAKE COUNTY DELEGATION IS early yesterday morning, because of Birmingham: _n__ 79 67 .541 ence.

night at his residence, 1612 Franklin COMING FRIDAY failure to make good at his first bak- ,lando welcomes them. Memphis ________ 76 68 .528 It is understood also that the Villa
Atlanta __________ 72 70 .501
street. The funeral was conducted at ing Monday, was reported as resting I( SET ENJOY DANCEAT Nashville ________ 71 72 .497 agency will send a commission to pro-
3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Plans for the big Midwinter Fair quietly at St. Luke's hospital wherehe : Chattanooga ____- 66 76 .465 test against the claims put forth by .

late residence by Rev. Claude W. are being rapidly matured. A delega-I was rushed immediately after his I ROOF GARDEN Mobile ___________ 64 80 .444 Carranza in his reply to the confer-

Duke, pastor of the First Baptist ; tion of prominent Lake county citi- attempt at self destruction. His for- I The younger set of the city enjoyed Little Rock Yesterday's______ 58 Results 83 .411 ence in which he claimed to be in con-

church. zens, headed by Senator Igou, will be mer home was at Jacksonville. I'a very pleasant dance at the Roof Memphis 5, New Orleans 2. trol of practically all of Mexico, and

in Orlando tomorrow to select the Garden last e'ening.Iusic for the II Atlanta 4, Nashville 3. to show that if he is really desirousof

WAS INJURED WHEN MULE RAN space which the exhibit from their YOUNG BARKER CRITICAL occasion was furnished by the McIntosh -I I Birmingham 5, Little Rock 0. bringing about peace that he z
orchestra. Punch was served
AWAY 5-4, Chattanooga 3-2.
county shall occupy. The Lake coun- CONDITIONAt during the intermissions throughoutthe should join the peace conference as

While driving along the Conway ty appropriation is being furnishedby one o'clock this morning young evening. The affair was given in originally suggested by the Pan-

road Tuesday, Mrs. E. L. Reeves was the county board of trade, insteadof Alfred Barker, who was injured Monday honor of the young ladies who are THE WEATHERFor American conference.
thrown from her wagon by the explosion' of dynamitecaps soon to leave for the State Collegefor Florida: Fair in northwestand
and severely by the county commissioners, as is with which he Women at Tallahassee.Irs.. L.
was playing, was
when the mule probably showers in peninsula Curtis & O'Neal-the artistic picture
injured which she was the usual manner of securing such reported to be in a very critical con- R. Mulholland was chaperon for the
driving ran away. I funds. dition at McEwan's sanitarium. evening. today; fresh winds. framers.




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HELPChicago Sept. -Begin- I I *'

The Tariff Commission League, of ning today, and lasting until Thurs- The I'-P Washington, D. .-The Panama
I' day night, round of receptions and PLUMBER
111.-Wholesale dischargeof Chicago, supposedly a non-partisan Juggernaut I canal has been cleared of recent slidesso
other social functions held
are being I
Japanese cooks and waiters from organization headed by Howard II = = that ships drawing not more than
the in honor of the
restaurants operated by Chinese in Gross, president, and James J. Hill, at big exposition I[ Blue _
officers of the Daughters of the = AVitagraph 11 : twenty-eight feet may now navigatethe
chairman of the committee,
Chicago was explained today as being advisory
gibbon: Feature
American Revolution. Mrs. William I waterway, according to official
part of a boycott proclaimed* some I sends the Sentinel a pamphlet called Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"HAS
Chinese Tariff Tinkering Must Stop." An Cumming Story, president general, 0 la 5 Parts I= I dispatches received at the war de-
time by on Japanese labor
will preside at the exercises to be =' The Juggernaut Is more than = ,
and products throughout the excerpt from the booklet follows: = a realistic sensation. partment. -
held this afternoon in the Grand Canyon 1== ht by theE 1==
United States. The boycott is the re- The ObjectTo Nothing yet can{
equals in thrilling intensity
camera -
of Arizona building, the head- I 1
sult of the demands made by Japanon inaugurate and carry forward a = its scene of the grctrain % == OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
quarters ofthe society. Mrs. Story = wreck. =
nation wide campaign of education 1 1
China for the ceding of territoryand =
= Nothing shown on a screen
other rights. to create and crystallize a public sentiment will receive a bronze medal. At S = has ever equalled the sight oi = A. B. Cook & Co.
o'clock tonight there will be an informal =I the great locomotive speeding =
More than five hundred Japanese that will demand of congressthe = to wreck,ruin and destruction 1= OX WEST PINE STREET, JUST
reception. = to the swirling nver below the == Christ Building Orlando.
establishment ,
waiters and cooks in Chinese restaur- permanent =i broken bridge. 1 1I =
ants have been summarily dismissed. maintenance of a non-partisan tariff -- I See the Juggernaut 1 1III ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
St. Louis, Sept. U.-'IIrs. Samuel
commission of the highest personnel,
with long tenure of office and adequate Breadon, of this city, is the woman of to-night. I INVESTMENTS, LOANS

salaries; the commission to "perfect profile," according to the de- == S/ 1=

GLASS OF SALTSCLEANSKIDNEYS have broad powers covering investigation cision of the judges at the San Fran 1= STOCKS AND

gathering of tariff data, making cisco fair. Her portrait was selected =.r= s..r !i-I 1.wAT = BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Phone 204
I from those from all I
and sent sections of .
reports recommendations to -I t=
the. United States. She modestly declares ::1 ;:
I congress hearing complaints, etc., to
the end 'that tariff enactments shall' she is no beauty, but is a strikingly = 11 1' :1

be in the interest handsome woman of the auburn \
of all the people t=1 =:
from the of haired, fair skinned type. She is an 0;;;;;' -
standpoint sound economics -
U your Back is aching or Bladder rather than political expediency. expert swimmer, drives her own auto THE GRAND TODAY Hammond & Gore

bothers, drink lots of water ForewordAt and has taken golf championships. -- -- -- ----- -

and eat lea meat. the outset, the Tariff Commission -* Before her marriage she was :Miss J. J. HILL TO DIRECT HUGE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS

League wishes to say with emphasis Rachel Wilson, of Winfield, Kans. LOANS TO ALLIESSt.

When your kidneys hurt and your back that its purpose is to be absolutely Paul, Minn., Sept. 14.-James
feels sore, don't get scared and proceedto impartial and non-partisan. It YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP has installed J. Hill will arrive in :New York Monday Real Values Low Prices
load your stomach with a lot of drugs outside service
an depart-
does not and will not favor morning to handle the largest
one political -
that excite.the and irritate the
kidneys ment and is prepared to give you
entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys party as against another, nor prompt attention. We have a competent financial deal in the history of the COMPARE

clean like you keep your bowels clean, I will it stand for or advocate a high man who will fit keys, repair United States. He was asked to go toNew _

by flushing them with a mild, harmless tariff, a low tariff, a revenue tariff or your trunk, or do anything in the repair York by J. Morgan: to direct OUR FURNITURE
salts which removes the body's urinous line. He is ready to go at your
other special form of tariff suchas the loan to the European governments -
waste and stimulates them to their nor- I any, call now. Just phone 301. _
mal activity. The function of the kid has been generally advocated, for 9-12-lmoc which will amount to $;:;00-
neys is to filter the blood. In 24 hours : particular purposes, by one or the I 000,000 to $1,000,000,000.Mr. We provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
strain from it 500 of acid furniture the standard of If
they grains by knowing buyers as jnerit.
other of our political parties in the WORKING FAST OX A. C. L. RAILROAD Hill left hurriedly on Saturday
and waste, so we can readily understand an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
the vital importance of keeping the kid past. It concerns itself solely with a BRIDGEIf night, in the company of M. R.
can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
neys active. constructive policy which will take progress such as has been made Brown, his confidential secretary and
stones of this business and that means much to buyer.
Drink lots of water-you can't drink the tariff out of politics and put tariff since beginning work continues, the director of the First National bank. any

about too much four; also ounces get from of Jad any Salts pharmacist; takea making .upon a scientific and economic Atlantic Coast Line railroad's new His task is even bigger than Mr. Mor-

tablespoonful in a glass of water basis. As a means to this end, the ridge across the Hillsborough river gan's, and he has accepted it only

before breakfast each morning for a few League advocates a permanent, nonpartisan probably will be ready for use the after he was shown that he is the MeNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

days and your kidneys will act fine. tariff commission which first of the year. On the east side of only man left
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined shall deal with the tariff from an the river the masonry has been com Mr. Hill will insist that the loan be Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

with lithia, and has been used for generations American point of view-the point of pleted and steel has been placd from made to such nations as are trading

to clean and stimulate clogged kidneys view of all the people, consumers as pir to pier, and on the vest side only with us and who are in a position to
also to neutralize the acids in
urine; so it no longer, is a source of irritation well as producers, labor as well as four piers remain to be completed. reasonably secure the loan with collateraL

thus ending bladder weakness. : capital. The membership of the MMMIMMIiMltiilllliiliilMltnMlillMMillMMComb
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot injure League includes Democrats, Repub. PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana to-
; makes a delightful effervescent licans and Progressives. It welcomes mato, 35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake-
lithia-water drink which everyone should field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants, SLAUGHTER SALE
take now and then to keep their kidneys the support of every one who has a 25C.; per 100, delivered, postpaid. Cav Buy your wall paper cheap for the HoneyPure
clean and active. Try this, also bona fide desire: to further the object endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry next few days. Making room for our
keep up the water drinking, and no stated. It can use both and land banana plants, lOc. to 25c. each new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
doubt you will.wonder what became of money Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. I Store. Court stree;. Phone C7.
service in the BlossomSee
vigorous campaign Orange
your kidney trouble and backache. 9-15-d&w-tfc 95tfc.
which it will
wage to accomplish the

purpose sought.A ---- the display in our window.

I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real With a scientific and exceedingly
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.. efficient non-political tariff commis- Sweet PotatoesJust
over 30 years. Have handled over sion, co-operating with other. instru-

20000000. Call and see me. mentalties, Germany in three decades Does Your Church Need
F. A. LEWTER. practically stopped emigration and so received a large supply.

stimulated immigration that it

brought back to the fatherland hundreds Money? V

of thousands of Germans from CoffeeWe
over the seas and gave them profitable -

employment at home. Its industries carry the finest grades in the
We have a new plan for raising money for churches, women'sclubs ,
Cabinet Maker were developed and multiplied
and other organizations. No investment is required. If city. All prices.WE .
beyond precedent. The
purpose your church needs money, or if you are interested in raising money
to build up all of the industries for
for any other purpose write us direct, or hand this advertisementto
Doors Screens Porch the strength of the empire. In a single
Swings, the president of your Ladies' Aid Society, or to the presidentof GIVE TRADING CHECKS
Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases the; generation Germany has woven your Guild, or to your pastor. By merely asking for our i
strongest and most remarkable
Folding Card Tables, Cedar industrial "Church Plan" full particulars will be immediately sent.
world has so far
Address Fund Department, Good Housekeeping Magazine, 119 W.
Chests, Flower Boxes, Pedes- known
; and this is the underlying
tals, etc. Also Repair \V ork. fact that has enabled the empire to 41st St, New York City. Our Grocery CompanyTwo

. All Work Guaranteed carry the stupendous military burdenit
has been and is being subjected to. Phones: 3 and 200

12 E. Church St. Phone 447 The watchwords" were "order and ef- 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.
ficiency, and not "pull and politics," ,

as with us. The work was so thoroughly

and systematically done that
throughout the .111.11111111111111111111.1111111111111111111111111.CAREY .
one may find

upon every hand goods bearing the

fORD TIRESFront [ legend, "Made in Germany." If in

the: world's markets we are success-

fully to meet such
competition, and if

we are to be saved from humiliation, ANNOUNCEMENTTO HAND

$6.75 we must eliminate politics and get

down to sound, painstaking and efficient

Rear $8.25 methods. Scientific accuracy THE PUBLIC: FUNERAL
must supplant guess work. We beg to announce that our'contract

After the War, What with the Orlando Ice
After the
great in
GOODEN war Europe shall
Company having terminated we
have ended and millions of men have
been sent back into the field of nro- will on Sunday, September 12th, .

duction, the world will face the most 1915, assume ownership and All calls answered Promptly Day "

difficult and far reaching economic control of the ice delivery.To .

problems in all history, and our own avoid possible temporary or Night. Hand Block.

$29.15AND country will not be exempt. We will
inconvenience to our patrons the
surely have to readjust ourselves to
and business will for the present be Orlando Florida.PHONE
new unknown industrial condi- .
tions. Hence it is of conducted from the offices ot:

ington O. C.AND C. tance that we be prepared supreme impor-to act the Orlando Ice Company, wherea 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457

quickly. One of the most far sighted down town salesroom will be

men in the country, and an acknowledged maintained as heretofore.We .
RETURN authority on the in
will honor all ice tickets
reference to this matter, says very
VIA aptly that "we are no better preparedfor issued by the Orlando Ice Company

peace than we are for war." Ie: all tickets not paid for being

Atlantic Coast lineStandard ever there was a time when a tariff payable to us. AUTO WASUING STATION

commission was needed, it is now. Plans for the permanent organization
Where one reason has
I existed there
of the ice deliveryinto
Railroad of the South are now two. Hundreds of millionsof department in THE PLACE THAT AKES CARE OF YOUR CAR _
dollars of needless waste per year a separate

ACCOUNT may be avoided by the eliminationof our business will be announced

politics. It is a question of REPAIRING-F. S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.

G G. A. B RI and general welfare. It patriotism is later.We propose to furnish our patrons Known as "The Handy Man."

EncampedTickets truely a time when it is our duty to with pure ice manufac-
forget our party and remember
country. We are facing a conditionand our tured from distilled water WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

not a theory.In backed up by courteous and efficient chine parts. Work guaranteed.
sold SEP). 2 .26.27
service, and respectfullysolicit
with final limit (to reach original -: the early morn the fresh city )our support. GASOLINE AND OIL

starting point Oct. 15th. boarder met the rustic dairymaid car
rying a couple of foaming milk pails, LIGHT COMPANY. Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
relates the Chicago Herald. I ,

For Information Call on "Ah! good morning, my dear," he
said, patronizingly. "How is the milkmaid
D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. ?"

W.RO'NEALGP.&T.A.Orlando 'Tain't made at all, kind sir," she I
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Windermere, Fla., Sept. 14.-Miss I YESTERDAYThe
Helen Ives, of Orlando, spent sev- Petersburg, Fla., Sept. 14.The
eral days with Mrs. W. G. Geier last Pinellas county grand jury today be- large alligator which has been
week. gan its consideration of the famousJ. making his habitat in Lakes Cherokeeand
Mr. Marion Ives, of Orlando, and J. Mendenhall case. Mendenhall is Davis will no longer disturb the
Mr. Merrill Newbanks, of Winter accused of killing Mrs. C. W. Eliot
the fish and the
( swans, eat frighten
Garden) spent the week end at Ross- and her handsome daughter, Susan, young boys and pickaninnies who "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
more I,,. |early in the month of July and since
Mr. J. U. Miller and daughter, Miss;that time he has been confined in jail frequent these delightful spots, for
Ruth Beuter, and Mr. Thomas, of at Clearwater. He has steadfastly his 'gatorship was dispatched yester- Unless Budded from A Bear-

Kissimmee, and Mrs. Jones, of Clear- protested his innocence, and now pre- day morning by :Mr.: Arthur W. Bar-
water, motored up last Wednesdayand dicts that within two days after his low, one ol tne popular and efficient Tree of Known Qualityand
were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. ,case goes to trial he will walk the clerks in the grocery department of ing
J. C. Palmer. J streets of Pinellas county a free man. the Dickson-Ives store.
Miss Mary Hyer and Mr. Earl Vick j It is alleged that Mendenhall was Mr. Barlow was making his usual Quantity of Produc- .
of Orlando, spent Sunday at Ross- out riding with the two women, both morning call on his customers in the
more Inn. I j of whom were residents of -Tampa, vicinity of Lake Cherokee when his "
Mr. W. G. Geier and Dr. A. H. Stafford -i,and that after ending their lives the attention was attracted by the queer tion. -O. W. ConnerIn
and sons motored to Kissimmee automobile was fired with the idea of antics of the swan swimming in a
last Saturday.Mr. destroying all evidences of the crime. circle close to the shore of the lake,
and Mrs. J. C. Palmer, Mrs. H.I|i The charred remains and the wrecked and it only required a second look be-
automobile were found the morning fore he found out what it all meant.
C. Luff, and Mrs. R. E. Kline are
five the Ocklawaha Nurseries actual dem-
after the deed was supposed to have years through
spending several days at Daytona Lying on the bank at the mouth of
Beach I.been committed on the road between the run which connects Lake Lucerne onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave

Prof. J. F. McKinnon visited the j I Tampa and Clearwater. A number of with Lake Cherokee, he spied the brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
Windermere school last Monday and i witnesses from Tampa and St. Pe- saurian enjoying a genuine "Septem- .does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
reports same in a flourishing condi-'.tersburg have been summoned to appear ber morn" sun bath. Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -
before the grand jury. I Mr. Barlow shot-
tion. I I I soon procured a published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
gun from some of the nearby resi-
The following Orlando people enjoyed I WILL ERECT A BUILDING FOR |Idents and proceeded to let :Mr.: 'Gator the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propagated .
the cooling breezes at Ross- I SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR have the contents of both barrels in from a parent of true merit.
more Inn this last week: Mr. and I
the head. The killed
Mrs. Z. W. Evans, Mrs. 1m pert, Mr. I i A favorable answer was returnedby I almost instantly. :Mr.: Barlow was placed To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas

Chas. Hilpert, the Misses Evans, Mrs. I I the board of public works at Tam- i,him in the wagon and brought him up a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not ..
O. S.: Robinson, Mr. H. C. Robertson, pa yesterday to a proposition submitted to the city with him and his carcass been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-
Mr. A. C. Cole Mr. Lacey, Mr. J. R.
by a delegation from the board of I "
viewed number. He their trees be but Mr.
I i was by quite a vince you that are "Pedigreed. May so, ,
Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. N. Bur- the South Florida Fair, that Tampa
measured six feet. Mr. Barlow had
I I Planter, be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
den, Miss Lee, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. j I I erect, or at least contribute toward :him skinned and will have it cured
Shuping, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs. 1 I the erection, of a building on Plant and preserve it. the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
and Miss Connell, Mrs. Ewing, Mrs. field which will be available to use rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.
H. C. Baker, Mrs. A. J. Nye.
the fair.
You. can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so
It was urged by the delegation that MEETINGNew
CERTIFICATES ISSUED TO SUCCESSFUL such a building might later be avail- great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma

APPLICANTS AT able as an armory, or for other mu- interest is daily being mani- bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single
SEPT. EXAMINATION\ nicipal purposes, and the board unan- :fested in the Dixie highway convention bud cut from a tree that has not been tested. '
I imously decided in favor of the pro- to be held at Jacksonville
I I Sep- CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where jour
'Of the twenty white applicants tak- posal. tember 28 and 29. The convention is
ing the examinations for certificateto I A conference was later held with 'being fostered by the good roads com- grove is to be planted in your first letter. Address .

teach, at the September examina- Auditor Hansbrough, at which details 'I mittee of the Jacksonville chamber of
tion, eighteen were successful. j I lof the scheme were discussed. commerce. Advisory council of the
Five out of seventeen colored ap- I Dixie Highway Association, Hotel Ocklawaha Nurseries
plicants were awarded certificates.The THREE COMMISSIONERS FOR (Men's Association, as well as by other -
examinations were held last TAFT DRAINAGE DISTRICT organizations. Those behind the
week, and certificates were issued by I movement hope to make the gather- 0. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida

Supt. McKinnon\ yesterday. School Three commissioners for the Taft I ing one of the greatest good roads OR .
will open at Apopka, Winter Park, drainage district will be appointedthis I meetings.ever held in Florida.
and Orlando September 27. week by Circuit Judge James W. I G. G. Wright Agent
Yesterday the grading committee Perkins, upon the recommendation of I :MISS: LEY ANNOUNCES OPENING ,
concluded its work and awarded cer- the drainage board composed of DATE 8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.
tificates to the Misses Hazel Bennett, Messrs. D. S. Sphaler, M. M. :Miller:
Laura Lewter, Nora Page, Olive Han- and J. D. Clark. There will likely bea Miss Hallie Ley announces the
sel, Alma Patton, Elbeth :Mulholland commissioner each from Kissimmee, opening of her kindergarten, which .
A Florence Bellows, Mildred Williford, Sanford and Orlando, the require- will be held in the primary room of
Willie Pearl Hewgley, Jennie E. Baas, ments being that the commissionersshall (the First :Methodist: church September
Annie Henderson, Ona Chamberlain, be men who are not personally ,:,27, at 9 a. m. She cordially invites I
Clara Heckert, Jane Tatlow, and El- interested in any of the lands of the all prospective patrons and others I .
4 faire Patrick, and the Messrs. James district, and shall not be related to who may be interested to be present j;
Kellar and E. R. Enlow.MIMMIMiillMMIMilMilH. any of the owners. -at the opening exercises. ,

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

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

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

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South Florida Sentinel DESTROYER. COUNTY: GET BUSY? IA Poem For The DayYouth \:

I Woman does none of the destroyingin (Tampa Tribune)

MORNING AND WEEKLY Dade is the first in the I
the present war. Her whole func- county stateto I
-. ::. GLENN .....................Editor act under the school Economy
tion is creative, and when she can not compulsory held I
'*" C ESSINGTON .....Bantam Manager My body a merry guest
create, she mends and nurses back to I attendance local option law enactedby A many years ago.
Entered at the pt ,toftjce at Orlandu. Flor- lIe made of it
songful nest
ida. a. Second Class Mail Matter. fitness the bodies of mothers' sons. the last legislature. In an election a

SUBSCRIPTION RATt All through the world, with few exceptions -I held Tuesday, that county voted He A many through years ago.storm he

Daily. 'Year ..................... $5.00Daily. woman's in the world overwhelmingly to adopt the law, and sang sang
6 Months ...... ..............,. :"C.U place through shine;
Daily S Month ...................... 1.!5 i has been, not to contest for power, this means that every child of school His blo"J was quick as beaded wine,
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .1>0 i but to build up nations in pain and to age is to be compelled to attend I His speech was like a wild rose vine, This is an economical year--- ).

Weekly. 1 Year .............._........ $1.00 foster them in peace. school. Parents are punishable for A many years ago. .

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLK IN Behind the firing lines of the arm- failure to obey the law. The sad: folk came: from far and near nearly every one is practicing -

ADVANCETO ies there is intense suffering enough, Dade county is to be commended A many years ago.

ADVERTISERS: God knows, but what greater infernoof :for taking this advanced step and its His willful caroling to hearA economy. And that very
many years ago.
Copy far ditplay and all .tlirr hand-srt pain could be imagined than if all ,example ought to be followed by every His mouth an April sun had kissed;
advertialnc gust be handeo in at the bannni wounded were left to the mercies of county in Florida. By such action He was of faerie folk, they wist. I fact has brought more peo-
.!jficc of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... He vanished like the mist
men. Not that the hearts of men can we will see our percentage of illiteracy morning
the day befere pnMicctum. This role applies
to chances for contract adtertuin; it ii not be touched to pity, but man's handis I rapidly dwindling and a more I A-Caroline many years Stern ago. in N. Y. Times. ple here than ever before.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered t.a.
fashioned for the mercies of the enlightened and trustworthy rising ,. .

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dttcontinued knife. Woman's hand is always put generation coming on to take chargeof RETURNS FROM WESTERN TRIP They have come to realize
should notify the office in writing on
the date! of expiration, otherwise it will be forth to soothe. She holds the anaes- the affairs of the state.
cvntinned at the regular subscription rates thetic, her softness eases agony, her The objection is made that Hills- Miss Gertrude Else returned yesterday that to buy on an economical -
until notice to stop is received. afternoon the Atlantic
Telephone Namb-r .,.................... 24THURSDAY. presence holds men in the world by borough county can not adopt this over
Coast Line from a visit to California basis does not always
loving kindness. The mercy of man law because it would not have suffi-
SEPTEMBER 16, 191;). where she visited both the Pan-Amer-
becomes mechanical, but the warm cient accommodations for all the children -
ican exposition at San Francisco and mean purchasing at a sale.
mothering instinct holds true in woman of school age in the county. If I
mistake beastly the San Diego show. She left Orlando -
of a
and for that reason some of the this is true, it is high time we were
temper for stern discipline. early in July and has traveled The quality of the merchan-
horrid, jagged wounds of war are providing such accommodations and
something over 8,000 miles, passing
o soothed. getting in line with progressive anti
Some men, declares a scientist, havea enlightened thought throughout the through twenty-one states and visit- dise you buy and the serviceit

whole lot ing eighteen states. Miss Else -
sixth sense. Cut a more reports
KEEPING UP country by requiring the attendanceof
haven't a most delightful trip. gives are as
any. SOCIAL APPEARANCE. all children upon the schools.

0 It takes a lot of effort to Keep up Dade county has blazed the way. as low prices.
With of killing time Sentinel Want Ads Pay. economy
so many ways '
your social' end nowadays. You must Who will be the first to follow?

small; wonder .the crazy quilt is no dig up your clean collars, use a lot o What you buy here is of dependable -

longer popular.A of soap and buy this and that and the Dr. E. W. Grover, president of the

o other thing, to say nothing of clothes, board of health in Huntington, W. MODfKINDLRGARTENSCI100L quality, sure to give
too proud to beg and too '
man that by the time you get fixed up for Va., has announced that kissing must

honest to steal never made much of a company you ought to look like stop because it spreads disease. Dr. the service you hve a rightto t
success politics. money even if it happens that ;you I Grover advocates the "pat pat" as a 3IISS LEY, Director

o don't. Remnids us of a belated traveler substitute. This method of greetingwas expect. Furthermore, our
bad they could Opens Monday September 27,
Things are never so
from Wisconsin who was one originated in the republic of Dominica -
not be worse. Suppose some of those time compelled to ask for a night's where a campaign against the in Primary room, First Metho- regular prices are as low as
with subma- I dist Church. Froebel System,
Mexicans equipped
were .
lodging at the humble cabin of some 1 kiss was waged. To apply the pat-
rines? the doctor graded work. Beginners, first equal goods can be sold for
"poor white trash" in Louisiana. Soon pat, explains, a couple
and second
-o grades, pupils 3 to
after the frugal meal of soda biscuits should approach each other within

The aroma from a well filled smok- and side meat, the son, a tall, gaunt I handshaking distance, pat each other 7 years of age. and still give us a legitimate
ing car or from an average saloon For particulars phone 221, or
I youth of about eighteen, and an lightly on the cheek and smile.
ought to be enough to cure the habit equally sallow and gaunt girl of sev- o call at 14 East Jackson Street, profit. It is our idea to chargeas

-but, alas! it doesn't work that way. after September 1st.
, enteen, both barefooted, took their I Marconi's device for seeing through
o hats from wooden pegs on the wall II a wall will not make life any more I little as we can and give
Great Britain is asking, what will I
and prepared to go out, whereupontheir attractive to modest folks.
America do about the submarine out- you as much as possible for
mother her from o
taking pipe
? And America is asking why I'
rage between her yellow teeth, said reprov- BIRTH OF BABY DAUGHTER The Cathedral SchcalOrlando's
ddi not Great Britain do something
your money.
ingly: "Go 'long an' wash your feet, 1

long ago? Levi, you an' Looly both! Hain't you Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Alexander are

o 'shamed to go off to an evenin' party announcing the birth of a daughter,
South Carolina has gone into a column Select Boarding and Day
without washing your feet?" They at their home in Suburb Beautiful, School for Girls
which is continually lengthening.The
vote at Tuesday's election was obeyed, but as Levi took the washpan Tampa. Mrs. Alexander is the oldest 16th Year opens October Cth, 1915 Buying our merchandise

from a bench by the door, he said, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley, Primary, Intermediate and Academic
overwhelmingly against the bottle. "I'd 'bout as leave stay home from a and is well known in this city. Grades consistently at regular
When will Florida join the ranks?
party as to have to fix up so fer hit. Also Mush\ Art, Elocution, Physical
o o AN EFFECT OF CENSORSHIP prices means to
The head of a family who never allows Culture and Domestic Science. economy
NEW LEGAL HOLIDAY Thanks to censorship, half the For
Catalogues address the Rector
to interfere with his ,
pleasure NEXT 3IONTH: IN STATE. world does not know how the other in the long
business may have a good business, Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. :\1.. you run.
half dies.-Washington Star.
How many people know that Flor-
but it's dollars to doughnuts he isn'ton Orlando, FIz
ida has another legal holiday before
intimate terms with his family. Thanksgiving? ADDITIONAL LOCALSMrs. This is dramatically em-

The last session of the state legislature '
What has become of the dear mother in
passed an act creating a dayto E. E. Rodenbauph and son,
who was proud of the neat patchesshe
be known as Farmer's Day, to be Master Clarence, accompanied by
could the seat of her FIELD'SCHOCOLATE
put on boy's
celebrated in the state of Florida as Miss Annie Marsh, left yesterday for

pants? She has disappeared because a legal holiday. The legislature set Sanford where they will visit friends '

ular.boys with patches are no longer pop- the second Friday in October as the and then sail' on one of the Clvde ADVANCE[ StlOWING

date for the observance of this holi- steamers for a trip down the famous

day, the first one to be celebrated in St. Johns river.
Only those whom business or pleasure -
October of this year. The notice of
takes over all parts of the city the action of the legislature is contained Mr. and Mrs. Thos. II. Bibbs, of VANILLA
have realization of Of Fall and
can adequate Early
any in chapter 6872 of the state Chicago, have arrived to look after TUTI FRUTI
amount of
the immense
laws and is 'entitled "an act setting their property interests which include
work and building which is going on
aside a day to be known as Farmers a pretty and prolific grove. They are GUAVAICE WinterMillinery
in section of Orlando.o .
every Day." The act was approved on Slay frequent visitors to Orlando and have CREAMS.

18, 1915. It is the idea of the act numerous friends who are always
"Printer's ink," according to E. A.
to have one day in the year when the pleased to see them. While in this

Moree, assistant secretary of the !entire state will pay tribute to the section they are making their homeat
Charities Aid Society, "is saving more
farmer. Miami Metropolis. the San Juan hotel.
lives than any other single agency AUTO LUNCHESA
employed by modern health workers." THE LONGEST STEP Guests registering at the San Juan SPECIALTYCLUB

Publicity is a sovereign remedy for hotel yesterday included I. A. Burk,

ills political and social as well as san- From the powder factory to a life Detroit, Mich.; Thos. H. Hall, Leo.
Error known is defeated.- and
itary. insurance company is about as long Tyler, T. O. Rouse, J. E. Phipps,Jack

New York World. a step as a man can take in this sonville; T. W. Gastright, Gordon SANDWICH 25c.

o world.-Boston Transcript. Williams, Wm. A. Leonard, W. P.
There are various rules for attaining Chambers, D. R. Hall, Atlanta; C. D.

f sound old age. One hearty octo- CONVICTEDFirst Gates, J. R. Lynn, New York; Geo. READHO-f
genarian prescribes a glass of beer at .
W. Hammond, John G. Doehn, Balti-
midnight. Another veteran more ad- We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed
Lawyer-Did his speech carry more; W. A. Ritch, Charlotte, N. C.;
vanced in years prohibits all exercise. conviction? Thos. H. Bibbs and wife, Chicago; S. and Delivered for All The styles are absolutely -
A third bars tobacco and all
strictly Second Lawyer-It did. His client Doenitz, Toledo; H. K. Perry, Camilla -

stimulants and urges short hours of got five 'ears.-Judge. ; D. A. McDonald, lola, Kas. Occasions authentic.
sleep. But it is always safer to frame

the rules after surviving the practice, JA Lr

whatever it may .-New York


this distance, it is hardly possi- Keep the Money At HomeAre

ble to understand the motive underlying '
Mrs. Mavie Mallard has
the change in command of the

tempted to send to Palatka, Tampa Jacksonville or some other place for
Russian forces, but it may be as- you ,

sumed that Emperor Nicholas has not your Feeds, Groceries, Provisions, etc? Don't do it! Keep the money at home. Do the returned from the Northern -

placed himself in a position where quotations from such places look attractive? Get our prices. They may be just as at-
the whole world his Fashion Centers and
including own tractive, and you will be saved the trouble and expense of ordering.Do .
subjects, is likely to pass him into
the Palatka, Tampa and Jacksonville people pay anything towards making Or-
history as a failure. Undoubtedly, he will be to meet
has decided that he can accomplishmore ange County improvements? WE do. Would you rather see Palatka Tampa and Jack- pleased

than his uncle, the Grand Duke, sonville grow and prosper than Orlando? WE wouldn't. Do the Palatka, Tampa and her old and prospective

and the Grand Duke was no failure. Jacksonville firms ever make any contributions for Orange County charities of any kind? }

o WE do. customers.DicksollIvos
new .
The first case of alleged Sundaylaw i

violation before the criminal the
Keep Money At HomeStudy i
court yesterday resulted' in a mistrial.It .

is said the jury stood three and
these propositions. We believe you should investigate our goods and get our
three. After all the fuss blows over

let us hope individuals will not inter- prices. I

fere with other individuals in the pur- Will the Palatka, Tampa and Jacksonville firms buy your produce or help :you Co.

suit of trifling and inconsequential sell itVE will.The .

pleasures which affect no one in par

ticular and do not disturb the city's I

progress. Worrying over little things

drives many people to sanitariums,

and there are exactly 8,137 people Co-Operative Produce Company .DEPARTMENT STORE.

who will be heartily glad when do-
... ...
mestic peace is established for all W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. Phone .447 10 E. Church St.
future time and the spirit of brotherly -

love and live and let live is again I .

fanned into a perpetual fire.


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n'nrtrty I I "Get It At Allen's"i I j

SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Brossier and =-
Mr. J. C. Brossier left yesterday af- -

l Gun shoot Thursday at ,Country September Club 16., under ternoon for DeLand where they at- A Marvel of Accuracy, Thinness and BeautyWe

auspices of Orlando Gun Club. tended the wedding of Miss Zaida
Friday, September 17. Dutton, of that place, to Mr. Roddey GRANDTODAY commend the Hamilton to anyone: who wants R- .
W. C. T. U. will hold of and
a meeting in the a timekeeper perfect continuous
Burdine, of Miami, which took place accuracy.
parlors of the Baptist church.0 .

MISS BACHELOR DELANEY-ENTERTAINSTHE -GIRLS. there Miss last Ruth evening.Ley-,-daughter- of Rev. ![am Thc_ '"1fuu jutck 4

Miss Alma DeLaney was hostess to and Mrs J. B. Ley, left yesterday af- '

the Bachelor Girls at their regular ternoon for Sutherland, Fla., where
meeting yesterday. The club mem- she will attend the Methodist college. "Tit Railroad Timtteeprr ef America"This ,

bers present, besides the hostss, were is the watch that is proved by actual records to be carried by&6?:
I of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection is enforced.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Johnson and ...
Accumulating the Misses\ Jean Person and Elizabeth
"We can sell you the complete watch, or we can supply a Hamilton more-
Branham, and Mrs. Louis Hewitt. family have returned to their homein "THE JUGGERNAUT" ment fitted to your present watch case. All_sizes for men and women. ,

The guests were Mesdames Gordon this city after a delightful outingat

Wright, Thos. Brodwater, David Rog- Daytona Beach.BASEBALL A
ers, Ralph Yearby, Irving Dunn, and Allen & Company
Leon B. Fort, and the Misses Alta GAME: TODAY RAILWAY DRAMA

22 Miles Per Gallonof Wright, Mary McCullough, and Roberta Jewelers
Branch. Orlando fans will be given a real Presenting
There were three tables of bridge. treat this afternoon when the two local -

GasolineI.W.Phillips&Sons The guest prize, a hand painted hat- teams and the Winter Garden EARL WILLIAMS:

pin holder, was captured by Mrs. nine cross bats at the Driving Park. A

Ralph Yearby, while the club prize, The first game will be a contest be- AND

also a hatpin holder, was won by Mrs. tween the Orlando team and Winter THE TIME TO PAINT
Hewitt. Garden and play will commence at
is right now. Don't let things go
The hostess was assisted:: in serv- 2:15 sharp. The winning team will TWO OF THE GREATEST FAVORITES until the house, barn, fence or floor
ing a salad ('c use by Mrs. Irving then play a game with the fast Cigar-
ON THE SCREENSee i begins to look shabby. A little of our
Dunn and Mrs Albert Carter.
makers nine.
ready to use paint will put your home
The club will meet with :Miss Eliz- E
Del Mason will of the
pitch one '
in fine trim and save you the cost of a
Orlando, Fla. abeth Branham next Wednesday. I games for the Orlando team. The the most wonderful train Q ; i.\\ much bigger paint bill later on.M' .

-- spectators will get to see two games wreck that has ever been filmed. v
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Gentlemen: CONFEDERACY.Macon afternoon's sport is predicted, and the This is the scene that almost \
Ga.-The Daughters of the Orlando boys hope that the lovers of t' I 4J '"- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ce
proved too realistic as Earl Williams -
Referring to your Confederacy have planned a monu- the national pastime will turn out in & 205 S. Orange Avenue
ment to the memory of Jefferson good numbers. and others of the cast

Davis, more lasting and useful thana So far this season the crowds have COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261

inquiry regardingthe granite shaft could ever be. This been small, a fact which adds to the nearly lost their lives. ---- -------- -

is an ocean-to-ocean highway, extending difficulty of keeping up the high class .. ..., .01.8..1..1. . . .. . .
Dodge Car across the southern part car exhibitions which have been offered. :A VITAGRAI'H BLUE RIIJ- :

the United States, to be called the
The teams be
must well supported if
purchased from Jefferson Davis highway. It is plannedthat they are to continue bringing outside BOX FEATURE I: The New Ice CompanyPHONE

this highway from the Potomacto teams to Orlando to play. IN FIVE ACTS
the Gulf shall run through historic I
short time 675
you a Southern cities, the capitals of the -
Confederacy, and such other points as I

since, beg to say it state committees, appointed for that Miss Ernestine B. Crux left yesterday 10 cents 20 cents j Delivery Daily

purpose, can convincingly advocate afternoon over the Atlantic ..

has developed all 1 before the general committee. Mrs. Coast Line for Clyde, N. C., where .. .
Eugenia Dorothy Blount Lamar, the
she will join Mrs.: Henry L. Dolive, We think +
Wait for
city chairman of the Jefferson Davis our wagon.
the and her aunt, and Mrs. J. W. Jackson,
Highway Committee, U. D. C., has will like ice.
are summering in the mountain vou our
outlined working plans for puttingthis regions. .

power that couldbe highway through, and asks that 1
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each state chairman shall
Among the visitors to Orlando yesterday -
desired, is a select a committee from her state, was Mr. G. R. Croft, a former The New Ice Company i
shall ask the governor of said stateto ;
popular citizen of Winter Garden, but GARDNij'
appoint an adequate committee of ROOf (
comfortable ridingcar who with his family moved to Clear-
men to co-operate with the above
named, that the invaluable aid of the water about three months ago, wherehe " IIMIMMIMMIUMI''' '
has embarked in the real esfate
and this i in press may be invoked, and that the business. Mr. Croft likes his new
results of all methods of publicity be .1111111111111111111111111111111111.1..1.11111111.
home in Pinellas county, but he is
connection communicated to the general committee -
withthe compelled to occasionally pay a visitto
at its annual meeting.All
his old friends in Orange county.
members of the U. D. C. are v.
fact that I .
ran said to look with favor
upon the plan
to the of .
secure beginning such a 'I.FOR

J32 miles on six highway from Alexandria to somepoint "WHO PAYS"
in Texas, with the hope of so SALE OR RENT A good upright -
popularizing and perfecting such piano. Call at Our Grocery Blue Blood and Yellow. A thrilling -
gallons gasoline ? Co., 6 and 8 East Pine. 9-lG-3tc
highway as to elongate it eventually
in both directions. LOST-Setter dog. Reward if
miles returned -
per gal -0- to G. F. Fish, No. 1 Gore
PLEASANT avenue. 9-lG-3tc

lon) convinces me FISH FRY. CURTIS & O'NEAL
, WANTED-Bargain in
At fish in his piano; must CLOSE CROPPED CLIPPINGS
a fry given honor at be standard make and in good con-

that the Dodge is i Lake Charlotte, Tuesday evening H. dition; wanted at once. W. G. Talton, A one part comedy.

E. Hand was presented with a hand Apopka, Fla. 9-16-2tc, Insurance Loans Real Estate : :

THE CAR for some easy chair by his employes, past -,
my and present, as a token of their ap WANTED-Furnished house, eight
rooms, modern conveniences, Rentals
work. preciation. of his courtesy and fair living: room, good pavements, nice lo The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
dealing.The cation. State particulars and price
speech of presentation was by the year. Homeseeker, Sentinel The One-Price Theater
made by II. H. Baumgardner, who office. 916ltcDo

'Yours very truly, very gracefully expressed to Mr.

Hand the wishes of his employes for
10 cents D cents
his continued success. The affair wasa
complete surprise for Mr. Hand and

proved to be a very pleasant occasion. ESTABLISHED 1886 -- -- -

Traveling Sales, MISS SHINE -0-, You Know "The Boundary Rider," a five

man for the Gulf HONOREE.Miss part feature, Saturday night.

Belle Shine, of Jacksonville, I
That Since Very fine. lilMIIMHIilMllltlilllllllimHand's '
Fertilizer Co. was the honoree at a very pleasant I
informal affair given at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fields' on DeLa-

ney street, Tuesday evening. Five TheModelCafe

hundred was played. The hostess, assisted -

by little Miss Laura Robinson, ...
has been open nearly three
served a cream course during the
Original letter on evening. years now, it has not been closed

for one moment, day or night.
file in our office. INTERESTING RACESAT
I RINK. That in that time it has fed

Almost one lap in the lead of his 30 ,000 people.

U opponent, Charles Arnold, James Roamer That it has local
paid dealers
won the 20 lap race at the Skat- I Pure Ice Cream
ing Rink Tuesday night. The boys over 15000.

relay race was won by Newell and That it never buys
anything I
Anderson. The
boys' speed race was outside that can be
won by Arthur Pope. A large crowd I
Orlando. "Go thou and do like-
'SW.Plililips was present. -- wise." I Made In Orlando

That when you get a meal
there, be it one of their regular25c.
and Mrs. Hal Beardall and Mr. '
Wm. Beardall left yesterday by auto meals or a more elaborate :

for Daytona Beach where they will one, or a 15c. special, you always II i

spend a week enjoying the excellent 'get your money's worth.iFavorite. I Phone 566-666

bathing and fishing at that resort.

Before returning home they will makea i

& trip down the East Coast. They expect -

to be absent from Orlando for .
two weeks.
I -
Mrs. E. L. Goodwyn, of Jackson- | Rdiance.' "The Cliff Girl."

Sons ville, is visiting her son, A. N. Good- I. Beauty. "The Stay-at-Homes.: "
win, at his home on Livingston ave- Reliance. "The High Grade."
I Keystone. "For Better, but Worse." ,
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What you de-I (Tampa Times) York.-Clarence H. Mackay,I Located in the Arcade Building

for in Washington, D. C.-A great his Boston.-Mrs. Charlotte Smith Two notable men died Saturdayone the president of the Postal TelegraphCable All work guaranteed and neat-

hope a ; toric pageant is to be given in the manded today that girl stenogra- in Paris, the other Montreal-- company, announces that the .ly done. Our work is the best
{ National Capital this fall to arouse I William Sprague, the last survivingcivil and our prices are the lowest.
varnish ? phers be kept in wire cages while at I company has made a second reductionin .
national defense. It and Sir William This is the to have
interest in the I war governor, place your
work so as to prevent their employers the leased wire rate for the pressat 'I.
will be staged under the direction of Van Home, railroad builder and em- old clothes made new.
from flirting with them. Address- night, this second reduction being
of the builder. i Suit scrubbed and __75c.
the woman's section Navy pire I presse
ing a meeting of the Women's Home- one-half of the present rate. This
Both born in the United 'i Suit dry cleaned, pressed>_60c.
League. :i
THE.'ON stead Association, of which she is i reduction now makes the night I.
Already more than 5,000 persons, president, she said: States. Sprague fought for his coun- rate one-fourth of what it was sixty I I SUIt pressed _____________40c.
of them prominent in society try and Van Home builded for his All Palm Beaches scrubbedand
AW "Just as soon as the stenographer days ago. Mackay, in making the
and in the theatrical profession, have enters the office the employer ogles country. Both were men of unusual announcement, said: !I pressed ____________50c
consented to take part. One thou ability and both held places of world- I Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
UiJTROVARWSBES her, draws out a box of candy and "Our wires are idle at night, and so
sand school children from Washing. gets nearer. A young girl can't do wide prominence the greater part of we can afford to transmit news freely We do ladies' work also. Giveus

ton's public schools and detachmentsfrom anything but bear it. Many a girl is I their lh.es.The and cheaply. We have decided to do a trial and be convinced.

the army and navy and from afraid on account of her position. shadow of scandal darkenedthe so. The whole public will get the Clothes called for and delivered.
and naval militia life of the former but he
the national guard These old sinners take advantage of emerged benefit. Phone 613.
of the National from it unscathed. Van
in personally
stationed vicinity ---- -
it. It's got to stop. I would have a -- - --
Capital, will also participate. Horne was always too busy to indulge
law passed that no man can have a I
When you buy varnish for your Preston Gibson, playwright and female stenographer in his office :'a I romance. One died at eighty-four, Engraved Stationery and
floors you hope that it will Improvethe clubman, has volunteered as one of without a wire surrounding her." 'the other at seventy-two, and there
that appearance it will be durable.of those floors and the directors and has promised to ob- Then Mrs. Smith hinted, darkly: 'I were very few of their years that InvitationsDon't
tain the services of a, number of so- were not crowded with important
"You don't know all that I do.
much that is sold for I'
Unfortunately floor varnish won't realize that hope cial leaders. Albert B. Lambert, of Mrs. Frank W. Page, who followedher work.With
for you.Lawson's. St. Louis, director of the famous pa- said that if wives gave their 'I Sprague passed the last of ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices

Lustro Elastic Floor Varnishhas geant recently given there, will be husbands a little more affection no I the men who presided over state gov- because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
a wonderful.deep lustrous finish. It is will ernments during the troublous sixties.
easily applied because it works easily. It associated with Mr. Gibson, as wire cages would be needed. and deliver the goods in Orlando.
is unequalled for durability and will not I'also Pervy Mackaye and Ralph Bea- With Van Home passed the greatest
scratch white. It dries absolutely dustfree QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.
in from five to seven hours and gets :ver Strassburger, directors in chargeof developer Canada ever knew. Van
hard in twenty-four hours. the league's work in Washington. A WORD OF TRIBUTE Home died very rich, but Sprague, PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

As for economy.that wonderful.Lustro has a covering David Belasco, Julia Marlowe, and Born in Illinois and trained on, more inclined to enjoy his gains,
capacity \y.
Try out a case of Lustro Elastic Floor I Col. George Harvey will be among American railways, the late Sir Wil- leaves a modest estate. Both will be S. BRANCH,

fac Varnish+..ory at our tick returnable if unsatis I the judges of the scenario contest to liam Van Horne gave to Canada a missed. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
I be held in connection with the pa genius for railroad construction which
:Made by Valentine & Co. geant. ranked him with Hill and Harriman,
Manufacturers of The managers plan to introduce the with whom he was popularly com- Harness Makingand
subject of national defense in the pared. His great achievement was
scenarios and emphasize the impor- the extension of the-Canadian Pacific Repairing
VAL-ENAMEL the continent work for FOR SALEWill
tance of preparedness as much as across a
t possible. Any persons can enter this which, in connection with other public
t! All kinds of leather repairing, suchas
contest, the only stiuplation being services, he was knighted by Queen
Trunks, Suit Cases Hand Bags,
All to be had atFINLEY'S that the manuscripts deal with the Victoria. In subsequent years his
Golf Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
PIONEER PAINT country's history and be in the Navy loyalty to his adopted country led him I
offer for sale for few
Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also a days
to extreme of bitterness in
League headquarters here by October an oppos-
STORE 10 when the contest will close. ing reciprocity with the United States I get your scissors sharpened. the
Orange Avenue
Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. property corner ,
and it due him
The woman's section of the league was to perhaps more

also is planning to hold a great con than to any other single antagonistic 25; West Church Street, in Hopkins Jackson and Boone Streets, known as
ference of women here about Novem- influence that this project of Presi- Shoe Shop.

$1,000Will ber 15 to advocate better defenses for dent Taft for closer commercial rela- W. A. Boston the skating rink property, for $26,000.
the United States. This will be tho tions between the two countries was

first gathering of its kind ever held defeated.-New York World. 9-16-121 $2,000 down and balance $1,000 a year

buy a choice building lot in Dr. here.Mrs.. William Cumming Story, president and interest at six per cent.
C. D. Christ's subdivisicn of the citrus
general of the Daughters of the
ri North Orange avenue overlooking -

grove L-ke Ivanhoe. There are American ers of the Revolution national officers, and many are mem-oth- Notice to the PublicDesiring
only 4 lots to be sold at the price.
bers of the defense league, and it is
The bricked street splits the lots,
expected the conference will be held C.A.HOVEYRollins
which will have frontage of 62 feet
Memorial Continental Hall, the national -
by 150 feet depth o'n the east side of
the street, and a frontage of 62 feet headquarters of the IX A. R. to give our teams and drivers a rest on

running back about 100 feet to the Many of the prominent women mem- Sundays we have mutually agreed to discontinue the gen-

lake on the west side of the street, bers of the Daughters are said to be eral delivery of ice on this day. Our storage rooms will

making 2 lots for the price of one, planning conference to attend the conference.The which will. be open for the accommodation of the public, but ice will
and the price is fully 25 per cent proper,
less than the real value. Each lot on be in session an entire day, is aimedto be delivered to the commercial trade only. College Winter ParkOldest

the east side of the street has about serve the double purpose of a Please fill your boxes on Saturday. ,

20 large budded bearing trees. The meeting for the permanent organization THE ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY, College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-College, Academy, a
ground is high and sightly. Building of the woman's section of the Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus
restrictions will protect the home Navy League and as a means of influ- By D. A. Cheney. iness. Teachers' Course.

builder. The owner has cut the price encing congress in providing an ade-
Twelve steam heat electric fire
buildings, lights, protection, fine gym-
quate defense for the nation.
upon my guarantee to make a quick By F. A. Rollins. nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment Three teachers of '
sale. There is nothing like it in the The committee announce prominent music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
city today for price and location. Call speakers both men and women, will rooms for Business School, full banking equipment: New chemical
me up by phone or come to the office. address the conference on subjects of and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
My time and auto are at your service. national defense. Some of these will boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
Only 4 lots to be sold at this price. be Secretary of the Navy Daniels. nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
Speaker Champ Clair, RepresentativeA. SKATING RINK address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.The .

P. Gardner of Massachusetts, the

E. C. YoungRoom "pioneer" champion of national defense t

; George von L. Meyer, former 15 16 and 17
September :bvdarketOF :
10, McNeill & Davis Block. secretary of the navy; Mrs. O. II. P. ,

Phone 56!). Belmont, Mrs. Cumming Story, Mrs
John A. Logan, widow of the civil war CLEANLINESS O? QUALITY

general; Miss Julia Marlowe, Mrs i ..# s sr ,. OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

MisdirectedEconomy Park Fisher, of Morgantown, West ) FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Virginia, sister of Rear Admiral
Schley. ;":. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .

In the evening a reception to the screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

visiting delegates will be given at the and pure.

Trying to save a few cents by Willard hotel by the national committee We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;

having your work handled by inferior and Washington members of he everything in the Meat Line.H. .
hands. I league. In the receiving line will N1 I

Your personal influence is a number of social notables of the 4'i' M. Self & Co.

greatly enhanced when you are National Capital.An I' PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
clad in immaculate linen. exhibition of naval photographs,
moving pictures and appliances will : i' : : r
be given with the conference. This :
exhibit it is .",'-: yYy
OrlandoSteam expected, will be sent
about the country to assist local

chairmen and members to stir up interest -
LaundryFRENCH in national defense. jx.<. L .Jr ORLANDO, ROOFING

The membership of the woman's
LAUNDERERS section recently passed the fifteen ANE
thousand mark and it continues to !:;
grow, numbering among the recruits ,
many of the nation's leaders in so-
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ciety and social and civic betterment ":4. .'

FOR SALE! work. I Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,


BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. Cornices Skylights. Heating, Ventilating. Metal Ceilings

John W. Pounds, Agent Probably most any one familiar --
with the facts will agree that after t
Box 703 the .,-.:. Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
paving of Orange avenue the .
next most important and most used .... ,
pavement is that around Lucerne Cir- -

cle. And many will agree that after 1;: ;,< -. t

BargainNew j I Lucerne Circle the paving of Robin- i
;: son avenue which is just being finished '.j .. ,
-' ",'

''I I I greatest, easily of takes the improvements rank as among made the -. ..:I.-- -.... -..--. '.......:. ....- !4 The Orlando Meat Market '

by the paving contracts. For years I

I Robinson avenue, although a much I T. A. YANCY,Jr., Manager
travelled thoroughfare, has been THE VERNONSAll

house, 8 rooms and bath. ,sandy: rough, and so unpleasant to Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice 1I

Location perfect, 4 blocks from I use that every one breathed a sigh of
latest and dances I Florida and Western Meats
relief when it was passed. Now it the popular
center of city, east side. ,will be one of the most popular drivesin i
I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game; Etc.
For quick sale $3000. Cash or the city, and we predict that with- The best and highest priced act ever
i in a few years it will be one of the
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
terms. finest residence streets of Orlando. in Florida

i / Business 135 P. o. BOX 226
i i Umbrellas recovered and repaired ---- PHONES \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

CARL DANN "while you wait. at Young's Repair
Shop, 21 E. Pine SL ADMISSION 1O CENTS .


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

Terms Cash in Advance. worth Building.

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES I

I For Three Days ____________50c
For Six Days _________._____73c
-- For One Month ____________$2.50
i, This rate applies on all ads of
Phone 172
25 words or less. If the ad contains I Phone 72

-.- ,, I more than 25 words the rate I Room 5 Watkins Block Rooms 5 6 7 8-
:. : I will be one cent per word for I ,
each additional word, for each in- DaisIcXeill Block
rw \ sertion.If I
ki7c I you can't bring your ad to
? ,, the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
Victor Starbuck
$ -5 counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.
kt ft 5? > T ? J1What's

.7 1- i jA. ya' r I t Every Home-Every Business. \ R. RAY WHITE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
''I Every Man has use for a Phone 161
Cry. Sentinel Want Ad.
i I I No. 6 W. Pine SI. 'Orland. Fla.

i.x: ,, 44
+-yp y,4 1- FOR SALE
ri Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
SALE-Five cottage F. A. PEPPERCORN:
rents for eleven dollars per month;
I price eleven hundred dollars or will ,
trade for new automobile Buick or I BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
Hupp preferred. Box 733 city. '
9-15-3t Phone 37

FOR SALE Nice figs for sale at 203
the Matter With the East Robinson avenue. Phone CCS. ;!
9-8-Ct DR. N. L. BRYAN

one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Phone 716 & SALLAS
a howl is raised when a flat dweller doesn't get his hot water! How poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
quickly the clerk hears about it when there is no hot water in the hotel 6-9-tf 208 Boone Street
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
You expect this convenience in an apartment.or hotel-then why should your FOR SALE-Elegant parlor organ, Bldg Phone 597.
home be any less modern and complete? $10; large ice box, suitable for gro-
cer, $10, worth $25. Tracy's Carpenter -
A Gas Water Heater Is the SolutionA 9-9-6t Shop, 18 East Church street. L. Percival Hutton

circulating or instantaneous gas water heater will assure you of hot water I FOR SALE-One 1 horse wagon SURVEYINGPlating 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y.
furrace. practically new, with rack and fish-
ing boat; a first class fishing outfit, and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
3 I I it's on tap-when you do not need it, there's no expense. <8, for less than cost of> wagon. Inquire
j We will gladly explain or demonstrate the advantages of the various typesof f Elmer Beidler, at Evans' jewelry McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando,
o ;- gas water heaters. Won't you call or phone us today? ;; store. 9-9-Ct PROMPT AND ACCURATE .
J WORK Florida.

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR T-Splendid office in the HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.

Watkins block. See Jas. L. Giles, Engineer
GAS DEPARTMENT agent. 9-15-tfc

FOR RENT-Fuller residence, fur- 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. .
nished; Lucerne Circle; for season. 9 .
Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent.
._. ., l B ., --- < 9-15-tfc Phone 72
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c.p: 1\C yl; FOR RENT-Flat of four rooms and
"" sleeping porch upstairs, four rooms I Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAM5DEU
and screened back porch down stairs.
All modern conveniences. 14 High I OPTOMETRIST
t street 3 blocks east of Eola park. and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE
Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OF
FOR RENT-By the season, month,
or year, one upstairs flat for light ORLANDO, FLA. OPTICAl.BEPATJtTNOJ.JUlll
'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII housekeeping; also other rooms and
garage, electric lights and bath in
house. Apply 300 East Conc

9-10-tfc WANTED small truck farm of ;5 McCRACKENHEADQUARTERS

SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSRIS'OCOEE [ [ barn or,10 suitable acres,for with chicken small run house; some and I ARCADEMILK FOR

shade about the house; also fruit pre-
ferred. Addr .ss C. E. Heffield, Or- Caruthers Flowers
FLORIDA lando, stating price and terms.
Leave your orders here


All the varieties of and : HELP WANTED DEPOT
leading Orange Grapefruit -
$20 to $35 per month extra money to .Violet Dell Florist.
without inter-
any employed person .
Trees in fine condition at the very lowest : fering with rr.gular work. No selling, -
no canvassing. Positively no invest-
.. .. .. .. ment. Unemployed need not apply.
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prices Address The Silver Mirror Co., Inc., 509. 408 South Lake St.
123 W. Madison St., Chicago, Ill. Fresh
9-12-4t Every Day.
5c. glass
per --

The rainy season is the best time to set LA repaired WIOWERS at Orlando sharpened Bicycle and and 25c. per gallon .

trees on high land. Trees set now will keepone Repair Shop. 9-8-lmoc CREAM AND MILK CLINT BASSPHONE

year's growth in advance of trees [set WHEN work, repairs YOU WANT on your any house carpenter, sleeping BUTTER 375

I porch, screens, etc.,call at Tracy's Fresh Homemade West Jefferson Street
next fall. Carpenter Shop, 18 East Church St.
TYPEWRITERS and Cash Registers Hand Wood CompanyWood
Send for List and lowest repaired; keys fitted; locks re-
; | today Catalog, Description I paired; anything in the repair line is
our line. Just phone 304, Young'sRepair of All Kinds
prices, to the above address Shop, and our man will call DEPOT
'at once. 9-12-1moc PROMPT SERVICE
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one REASONABLE PRICE
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Mrs Fred Gore has returned from
a visit to her brother, Mr. Harry Van
Horn, in Jacksonville.Mr. .

J. Musselwhite left yesterday -
in Panamaand afternoon for Jacksonville to look ...

everywhere on American territory, i s simplfi by "A.B.A." after business matters for the next FOR EVERY
Cbeques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are two days.
accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would
often be refused, for want of proper identification. These chequesare
Get your next shave at the Stand-
elf-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for
business or pleasure. ard. 18-21-tf $10 A WEEKYOU

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" Owners of houses or rooms, furnished -
or unfurnished, to rent, woulddo
well to try the Sentinel's classified SPEND
0L department at this time.

Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Griffin, of
Ocoee' were among the popular visitors -
from west Orange transacting
business in Orlando jesterday.

.Deposit your Savings Checks and YOU SAVE
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
IOU. 8-12-if

a 0.4 .w asit'fEi'tll' Mrs. S. A. Newell and sons, Arthur, $10 A YEAR

Harold and George, Mrs. F. V. Phillips -
and Mrs O. V. Phillips, have
gone to Coronado Beach for an out-

Mr. S. J. Brown, traveling freightand

< ik: Birmingham Pacific' passenger railway, Ala.,agent with spent of headquarters the yesterday Southern in in IF YOU ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS{ _

this section.

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

Mr. Dorsey T. Davis, special agentof
the Home Insurance company, with

headquarters in Atlanta, was in Orlando The Peoples National Bank
yesterday on one of his annual
pilgrimages to this portion of the
sta te.

Mr. Jos. E. Phipps, commercial representative -
Spring Water of the Mobile & Ohio railroad -

with headquarters in Jacksonville -
was among the popular transportation -
IS SAFE, CLEAN, SOFT, PURE, CLEAR, SPARKLING, men spending yesterday in mi mil iiiiniiinn mini " iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii nun MI ilium

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

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thomas and

daughters, who have been making an
extensive automobile tour, are now in
Studebaker Cars
Talladego, Ga., and expect to returnto
their pretty home, "Dixie," on Lucerne -

Circle. ,

Mr. John B. Coarsey, the popular I Here This Week
representative of Lee Roy Myers, Savannah I
/.arrived in Orlando yesterdayand I
is busy today calling on the tradein I
the interest of his famous Herman Wait and see what values you can get
Cortez cigars.

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. :I for $1050. and $885
8-21-tf .
Mr. C. E. H. Beck, one of the prosperous I '
and substantial citizens of the
JUST RECEIVED CAR Beulah section, was among the business I I

transactors visiting the county I
metropolis from west Orange yester-

day. i San Juan Garage Company j ...

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

$482.00 Delivered Mr. M. H. Dorsett, commercial : DISTRIBUTORS
agent of the Winston-Salem South

I Bound railway, with headquarters in
Jacksonville, was among the well I I
F. G. RUSH known transportation men visiting I
Orlando yesterday.Ride . . . ) .li.I\ .- MM t MM III It MM MIM MillMMMM
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8-18-tf Mr. 0. Heins, the popular representative : Who Will Be Your Executor? i

of the J. I. Holcomb Manufacturing -

company, of Indianapolis, .
Ind., spent yesterday in Orlando in : ANSWER NO. 2
the interest of his firm and greeting
: be materially impaired as a
--- -- -- -- ------- -- Your
-- friends. Mr. Heins sells street brooms estatemay
and I direct result of the appointment of an executoror f.
. sweepers. !
trustee. :; ;eArw"
: is appointed:";"
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress Deposit your Savings Checks and When an individual
let them earn 4 per cent. interest for
correctly. you. 3-12-tl : The financial responsibility is generally weaker.
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer i !sJ W-:1y
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into : It is usually provided in wills that the person
Mrs. E. J. Kendall arrived in Or.. shall be excused
society. : nominated to serve as executor
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will lando last evening from DeLand on a : from giving bonds. i
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. visit to friends. She is the guest of '
it is at the ex- J
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeakthe Mrs Allan Cohoon at her home on : When surety bonds are supplied
artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a corterie of South Lake street. Mrs. Kendall : pense of the estate, and then only partial secu-

gentility. with her husband and family formerly : rity against loss is provided.
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each
resided in this city and Is being : When a Trust Company is selected-
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings ., cordially welcomed by many. The : The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
exactly alike.If : Kendalls have
disposed of their pos- is secured.
you have "arrived" you will understand what this means.If : sessions in DeLand and will shortly
you are just a "climber," visit the Evans store and you : go to Oakland, Cal., where they will : A bond which has behind it the entire financial
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans locate. t strength of the Institution is always filed with
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy anyway"come the Probate Court at nn east to the estate.
in and be sociable. .
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. : DoctorsBiickiiiiistcr Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue !
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Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and RegilJmg. Porcelain and of this newspaper. -
China, Statuary, Bric-a-Brac Cut Glass, Fans. Tortoise Shell : & Bniiili( {!( _
Work, anything artistic. :
Original designing done for special platinum work. : OSTEOPATHS Come in any time and freely ask for further lr k t
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible Personal instruction under Dr. Still information on this vitally important subject. _
prices. : at Kirksville, Mo. You are always welcome, and our officers are always w-
132 S. Orange Ave.. above PeopI"." glad to advise.
National Bank. Phone R7 Q

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

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Lillian Bledsoe {.


Headquarters Standard Barber Shop

Facial Scientific Massage.Scalp Treatment Manicuring. Capital, Surplus and Profits 141000.00

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