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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 17, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 17, 191:>. NUMBER: 187.




ENORMOUS ALLIED REINFORCEMENTSHAVE





ARRIVED AT THE DARDANELLES



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350,000 NOW ALLIED ON GALLIPOLI TROOPS ARE SUNDAY CLOSING LAW Brief Bulletins SEMINOLE CO. HAS A CASE

EUROPEAN POWERS fOllOW\
PENINSULACONSTANTINOPftARCULYS Ticked Off Wire

CASES spin At Late HourSan OF CITRUS CANKER .



[ GONE .AT LEAST McCRACKEN'SWILL Bernardino, CaL-Efforts of THE STANKO GROVE NEAR LEAD OFIHEU.S.INON MEXICO '; :

Transferred to AncoraThereIs ABIDE BY COURT'SINTERPRETATION the United States officials to move OVIEDO UNDER STRICT

the Mojave Indians from Needles QUARANTINEInspector
No Remedy for U. S. Cal., to a new reservation across the

Meat Packers Against Judge Warlows Interpretationof Colorado river at Parker, Ariz., have Booth Admits Existence YOWELL BACK OPTIMISM BRITAIN AND FRANCE TO j

Great Britain Law as Given in Chargeto met with such opposition that the authorities of Canker but BelievesIts TAKE STEPS Td GET j

Jury Brings About are considering the advisability Spread Has Been 1
SUBJECTS OUT
. . . . of calling on the United States WRITTEN FACE a
PeaceIn ;
Checked -
troops to enforce the removal order.
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BULLETIN -0- PAN AMERICANS MEET SATURDAY i
criminal court yesterday morn- )Miami Fla.-Damage amounting to Seminole county has a case of cit- BUSINESS CONDITIONS IN
i Athens, Sept. 16.-It is report ing Attorney J. M. Cheney, counsel $700,000 resulted from a blaze which rus canker according to Mrs. Martin OHIO AND KENTUCKYON t
a ed from that the aa
Constantinople
McCracken's, in the Sunday law practically destroyed the boat yard Stanko of Zellwood owner of the Will Gather at New York to 1
Turks have transferred all state and A. E. Booth of Orlando, UPGRADE
and works of J. B. Southall. More grove ,
violation cases, appeared before the
a Decide Future Course in
archives to Ancora. 1
for the hav-
district
inspector state
. . . . court and stated that his client was than 45 yachts and launches, owned
and Men
Factories at
principally by people from the North ing Orange county and Seminole Smoking Handling Mexican | t
willing to abide by the interpretationof who spend their winters in Miami county as his territory. The grovein Work-Big Prospects Are Situation 1

Enough to Carry AH Positions the Sunday closing law as laid and vicinity, were destroyed by the which the canker made its appear- Ahead of Orlando for A

Paris Sept. 16.-Vienna newspapers -i' down by Judge T. Picton Warlow in fire. ance lies one and one-half miles from This Year I Washington Sept. 16.-Great Brit- 1
received here state that enormous Oviedo, not far from the Orange
his charge to the af-
jury Wednesday -0- ain and France have followed the
reinforcements for the allies ternoon below. St. Fla. With the win- county line.
Augustine
as appears Following a four weeks vacation at
have been at the Dardanelles.It As it discovered In- lead of the United States and have
arriving
Following this Solicitor Tilden ter rapidly approaching the soon as was
expressed season various in and Cincinnati I
is asserted that 115,000 British, a willingness to enter a chamber of commerce is preparing fora spector Booth burned three grape- points Kentucky taken steps to get their subjects and

Australian and French troops have nolle prosequi under the. agree- campaign of activity that will redound fruit trees which were infected and Mr. N. P. Yowell, of the Yow- consuls out of the northern part of

arrived at the Island of Mudros. The ment to adhere to the law, and to the benefit of the city by put the grove under strict quarantineto ell-Duckworth company with his I| Mexico.

total number of allied troops now on Judge Warlow gave his consent to bringing visitors here. Many matterswere guard the disease from spreadingto family yesterday returned to Orlando The gravity of the situation is ad-
the Gallipoli peninsula is estimated at such action. Mr. Tilden instructed at the this county. Mr. Booth stated last
was brought up regular feeling repaid for his trip and in mitted.
350,000 which is regarded as suffi- by Judge Warlow to set the remaining monthly meeting of that body. night that it had some appearance of excellent spirits for the fall and win- The fear is entertained that American -
cient to carry all positions. law violation danger but that he believed it had
Sunday cases -
British and French citizens may
to a later date in order to ascertainif New", York.-Newman Erb, wealthy been checked in time. ter season. come to harm and their vast property -
Will Remain Neutral"' Mrs. Stanko when her homein Mr. Yowell believ that the Northis
Bulgaria seen at s
the other defendants to the in- financier and railroad organizer, who holdings be despoiled in the dis- *
Athens 16.-Signing of the Zellwood yesterday said she had inv much better condition Jthan at
Sept.
formations would follow the interpre- swallowed two poison tablets yester- turbances which are expected to at-
Turko-Bulgarian treaty is now an accomplished tation of the law given by the court.If day by mistake is today confined to purchased the grove some time ago. any lime for the past year. tend the fighting between the Villa
fact. Information just received this is done the unday closing law his summer home at Deal, N. J.:, calm- She said that her husband had put "Business conditions in that sec- and Carranza forces. i.

indicates that Bulgaria will remain cases will be settled amicably to all ly awaiting the outcome of the efforts some improvements on it, planted new tion, particularly Cincinnati," he as- Great Britain and France have instructed -
neutraL The text of the agreement parties concerned. of three specialists to save his trees etc., and that the grove was serted, "are far different from what their consuls and trade
worth $3,000. She was somewhat they were this time last year. A
been
has
sent to Constantinoplefor Judge Warlow's interpretation of life. agents to advise with American officials i
ratification and will be published the law as expressed in the charge to perturbed, believing that the whole year ago the war had paralyzed business Mexico:: and use their own dis-
5. A frontier will'be would have to be destroyed.Mr. men were out of employment,
October new the jury is as follows: London.-A German airship badly grove cretion about warning British sub- I
the commission Stanko she said was in New Or- factories had shut down and things
outlined by under an "Gentlemen: The defendant stands damaged by gun fire has descendedat jects to leave and about the advisability -
officer from the German general staff. charged with selling goods and chat- Koenigsberg, Prussia, according to leans and was coming home to see were far from looking bright. However of taking their own departure. |

According to information from a reliable tels contrary to law and is presumedto an Amsterdam dispatch to the Cen- about the trouble. the factories have reopened, It is estimated by officials of the
for the News that citrus canker existed in men are at work and everything looks ;
source past fortnightall be innocent until proven guilty by tral News. It is believed to have state department today that about
passenger traffic on Hungarian competent evidence to your satisfac- been one of those which participatedin Orange county gained credence yesterday like normal times. I believe Orlando i 1,000 American citizens are affected \
railroads has ceased. Trains until it was generally known I and Orange county will benefit greatly
are be- tion beyond a reasonable doubt. the air raid on the gulf of Riga. by the order to leave the country. i
on the streets. This however was I from these improved conditions and ;
ing employed for the transportationof "A reasonable doubt is that state I It was also suggested that if these
troops to a destination which is be- of disproved by Mr. Booth last night, there should be more winter residentsand
a juror's mind where after having New York.-The two glass beakers citizens should obey the orders of the I
ing kept secret. heard and carefully considered all of found inside a hatch of the White who stated there were no cases in this tourists than last year. state department property worth at 1

y the evidence in the case he can not Star liner Lapland lying at her pier county. The first thing Mr. Yowell did yesterday least $250,000,000 would be left at

Chicago Meat Packers Lose Hope say that he has an abiding faith here were today learned to have con- was to have air put in his the mercy of bandits and brigands.The I

Washington Sept. IG.-.The state amounting to a moral certainty of the tained liquid for refilling fire extinguishers Hupmobile tires and with his familyhe state department furnishes no I
department takes the viewthat thereis guilt of the accused. and not acid calculated to BARKER FUNERAL TODAYLad enjoyed the Thursday half holiday plan by which this property can be

no remedy for the Chicago meat "On behalf of the defendant the set fire to the fehip.Petrograd. testing out the many miles of Orange protected.All .

.ckers against the decision of the court charges you: If you find that at -0-- I county brick laid during his absence. that can be done officials say,

":: iglish prize court which has con- the time the defendant is charged .-An imperial ukase was Injured Monday by Explo- is for the citizens to make an inven- a f

demned a number of valuable cargoes with making the sales in question he issued today calling to the colors reserves -: sion of Dynamite Caps CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR tory of their property and file it with

except assert a denial of justice was operating a restaurant or eating of the territorial armies. The Will Be Buried at VISITS ORLANDOWe "' the Amercan consuls and vice consuls.

if that appears after the cases room and furnishing such foods and senate is instructed to determine the GreenwoodThe These inventories will be valuable

have been passed upon by a court of drinks as are usually furnished in ages and numbers of the reserves and enjoyed a very pleasant visit only in case an agreement can be

last resort. such places and furnished the drinks the districts from which they shall be funeral of Alfred Barker who from Senator, F. M. Hudson, of Miami forced on Mexico in the final settle- .

The Chicago packers can expect no with the meals I instruct you that called died at the McEwan sanitarium early yesterday. He is making a tour ment to pay the claims for damages. 1,
the of such a business is lawful of Florida in an auto and is accom-
action on part this governmentuntil on Sundayand -- :yesterday morning, will be held from Secretary Lansing will leave here
the case has been appealed anda you must find the defendant notguilty. New York.-There will be no developments the home on West Central avenue this panied by Mrs. Hudson, and daughter -! tomorrow afternoon to meet the Pan- .

final decision handed down. But this does not authorizethe in the situation as regards afternoon at 2 o'clock Rev. Edw. T. Miss Mary Warren Hudson, and American delegates at New York Sat- t
Secretary Lansing made this plain sale of soda water drinks alone as the United States and Germanyfor Poulson officiating, and intermentwill son, Mr. James Hudson, and is find- urday.

today.If a beverage and not in connectionwith at least two weeks Count von be made in Greenwood. ing it quite an agreeable pastime. The main purpose of this meeting '
upon investigation the depart- a meal. Bernstorff said to newspaper men today While enjoying the delights of travelhe is to decide whether General Carranza -

ment finds that there is reason to be- "A restaurant eating house inn or on his arrival from Washington. Emmet; Idaho.-A few is letting it be generally known is to be recognized as the sole .
lieve that there has been a denial of other place of a similar nature may -- -- I William who lives days ago that he is a candidate for gubernatorial power in control' of Mexico, or whether -
Mrs.
Findley, near
justice a vigorous protest will be sent be lawfully kept open on Sunday for New"' York.-The American steamer honors. They arrived in the city the fate of the republic shall be
Hm noticed that severalof
to the British government and the the purpose of furnishing meals and Poland arrived here today from I Freezeout Wednesday evening from Kissimmee.and determined some other way. ..
value of the condemned cargoes will : all articles of food and drink usually Swedish and British ports after hav- her hens were laying on top of a yesterday the Senator called on
small stack of the barn.
be taken up as* a claim to be pressed furnished at such places with the ing been held up by eight war vesselson hay near several of his friends and took in the
through diplomatic channels. meals, may be furnished for pay on her eastward and westward trips. When she gathered the eggs and en- picnic at Pine Castle, leaving in the IS SLASHED BY MISTAKE
deavored to break them to use in
It is assumed that the Chicago Sunday the same as any other day in afternoon for Sanford. While here
packers will appeal from the decisionof the week. Little Wonder music disc fits all some pastry she found they wer well they made their home at the Empire

the prize court. "The court charges: If you find machines, 15c. Hear them on the cookd having been baked in the heat hotel. Theo. Josefson Receives Wounds
Columbia. Curtis & O'Neal.STANDING. : of the sun.
from the evidence at any time within When Mistaken for Man
Cotton Growers Worried two years within the filing of the information -- -- ORLANDOITES IN THE LAND"' OF

The cotton situation continues to be in: the county of Orange, OF THE CLUBS a THE SKY Who Bloors'Caused James

the cause for worrying on the part of and state of Florida that the defendant Arrest
the cotton producing states. Cotton Roy C. McCracken did sell and :Many: folks from this section of the
growers and dealers are planning to dispose of on Sunday limeade Coco- AND RESULTS YESTERDAY state are at present whiling the time James Bloors, who slashed Theo-
Cola and divers in the mountains of North Carolina dore Josefson proprietor of the New
take drastic action to compel the ad- other soft drinks away -
ministration to send a sharp protest alone as a beverage, and not in con- -- among those from Orlando who York Quick Lunch stand with knife
against the action of England placing nection with a meal and that the NATIONAL LEAGUEWon. SOUTHERN LEAGUE were at Black Mountain ,last week be- yesterday afternoon has been released -
cotton on the contraband list and to drinks so sold were not comforts or Lost. Av'ge. i Won. Lost. Av'ge. ing Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Whitman, Mr. on bond. Bloors is said to .
Philadelphia _____ 77 57 .575 New Orleans _____ 87 58 .600 have been intoxicated
obtain its free shipment to neutral necessities of life, then and there sold Brooklyn _______- 73 64 .533 Birmingham _uu 80 67 .544 and Mrs. A. G. Branham Miss Mary when he perpe-
ports.A and disposed of in cases of emergencyor Boston ______ ____ 72 63 .533 :Memphis: _______u 77 68 .531 Branham Miss Claire Robinson Mrs. trated the rash act.
Chicago _________ 64 69 .481 Atlanta ______u__ 72 71 .503 D. C. Mrs. J. P. Holbrook Bloors entered the restaurant ear-
cotton necessity will find the defendant Thompson ,
statement of general con- you Cincinnati ________ 65 71 .478 Nashville ___u___ 72 72 .500 lier in the day and picked quarrel
ditions is being prepared and will be guilty as charged in the in- St. Louis ___u____ 67 72 .481 Chattanooga _____ 67 76 .469 Dr. J. W. Stagg, and Mr. and Mrs. a
issued within a few days in whichit formation. Pittsburgh _uu_ 65 75 .464 :Mobile: ______u___ 64 81 .441 Barr and family. Most of these peapie with one of the customers of the
will be shown that the plan of the "If you do not so believe or havea New York _______ 61 73. .455 Little Rock ___uu 58 84 .409 took the Mount Mitchell trip. place J. Baylarian who swore out a
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results warrant for Bloor's arrest.
federal reserve board to advance reasonable doubt as to his guilt,
Pittsburgh 4, New York 8. Nashville Atlanta 1.
funds to the coming cotton crop are you will find the defendant not guilty. Cincinnati 3. Philadelphia 10. Memphis 5; New Orleans 4. DEWEY HORTON FOUND GUILTY Bloors soon secured bail and returned -
not adequate to meet the situation.On "You are the sole judges of the Chicago 1. Brooklyn 0. Birmingham 13, Little Rock 2. to the lunch room looking for
contract it will be claimed that weight of the evidence and credibilityof St. Louis-Boston, rain. Chattanooga Mobile 2. At yesterday's session of criminal Baylarian and mistook Josefson the

this plan will enable speculators to the witnesses. Retire gentlemen AMERICAN'" LEAGUE FEDERAL LEAGUE I court Dewey Horton, accused of beating ] proprietor, for the man who had
corner the crop and manipulate prices and consider your verdict." Won. Lost. Av'ge. Won. Lost. AvVe. to death a horse which he had : caused his arrest and drawing a

* after the war closes. Boston _____uu__ 90 45 .667 Pittsburgh _______ 75 60 .555 hired from the Magruder livery was : knife attacked him, inflicting slight
Detroit 91 48 .655 _______ 74 62 .544
STOLE HER GOLD TOOTH uuu Chicago u found guilty. Young Horton was defended wounds before they were separated.He .
Chicago _uuuu 80 57 .583 St. Louis _____u__ 73 64 .533
p PRESIDENT WILSON'" WILL VOTE Washington ____u 75 60 .555 Newark _____uu_ 70 62 .530 by Attorney Worthington was again placed under arrest
Bellaire, 0.While she was sleep New York uuu 60 73 .451 Kansas City ______ 69 64 .519 Blackman. The jury went out to decide but was later released on bond. Jo-
Washington, Sept 16.-President ing quietly several nights ago, some St. Louis ___uu 57 79 .419. Buffalo _______u_ 69 69 .500 on their verdict at 5:15 and returned sefson's wounds were fortunately not
Cleveland ________ 51 S3.: .374 Brooklyn ________ 68 70 .492 of a serious nature.
Wilson plans to go to Princeton Sep- one entered Mrs. Russell Gordon'sroom Philadelphia _u__ 38 95 .285 Baltimore __u____ 44 90 .329 in a short time with a verdictof very
, tember 28 to vote at the regular and took a gold tooch from her Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results guilty. Judge Warlow will sentence -
state primaries. lIe then may express mouth deftly prying it from the New York 3, Chicago 2. Pittsburgh 8, Baltimore 5. Horton today. It is possible Dr. J. H. Smith returned from At-
t his attitude on woman suffrageon crown. Police are looking for one of Boston 1, Detroit 6. St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 8. that the attorney for the defendant lanta yesterday afternoon where he 'i
Washington 8. St. Louis 2. Kansas City-Newark"' rain.
which he will another trial. has been visiting for several weeks.f .
vote on October 19. her boarders. Others not scheduled. Others not scheduled. J t may ask for



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FROM TAFT ALTAMONTE SPRINGS SPECIAL PRAYERS WONDERS OF NATURE I BUYERS AND SELLERSI
buy, sell, rent, and exchange real Jacob BurkhardPLUMBER
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Taft, Fla., Sept. 15.-The W. C. T. Altamonte Fla. 15. Special divine services
Springs, Sept. are being "Nature provides," declared the editor over 30 years. Have handled over
-It sounds cheerful to hear the conducted Sunday in all the 20000000. Call and
see
U. will meet as usual at the chapelon quite every of the Plunkville Palladium."Whafs me.
Wednesday at 2 p. m. Also the school bell again. School opened last churches in the United States as follows -I 10-G-3m F. A. LEWTER.
on mind?
L. A. S. at the same place' on Thurs- Monday with a good attendance. Miss : your I
day at 2 p. m. The public is invited Kate :Matthews, of Gabriella, is the 8-8:10 A. :M.: -Prayers for peace. "The horses used to eat the grass SLAUGHTER SALE

for both. teacher for this session. She is the 8:10-9 A. \ .-Prayers because new that grew in our streets. When au- next Buy few your days.wall Making paper cheap room for for our the Better Known as "Jake the Plumber"
Next Sunday temperance exercises guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ballard contracts for arms and ammunition tomobile came we thought the grass new fall stock. Finlay's Pioneer
will!l be held at the chapel commencing while here. The school building was have been received from the ames.I .- would get the best of us, but the Store. Court stree... Phone 67.
at 10 a. m. All come. From the put in nice shape before school be- I Berliner Tageblatt. gasoline drippings kill it off.-Lou- 9-5-tfc. I
present outlook the exercises will be gan. A new gallery was built across isville Courier-Journal. --- -- ----- SHOP.
HAS OPENED A
I
PLUMBING
the front and the building was givena ,
very interesting. Subscribe for the morning Sentinel.
Among our representatives in Or- new coat of paint. 10 cents a week delivered. I Sentinel Want Ads Pay. A. B. Cook & Co.
lando on Monday were R. K. Harri- Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Burr and Dr. ON WEST PINE STREET JUST
man, A. M. Bristol' Nick Gaudins, Christ, of Orlando, were dinner guestson Christ Building, Orlando.

Frank, Locke, Lonnie Locke, Mrs. A. Sunday of Mrs. Elizabeth Dren- ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
J. Richardson, Mrs. M. H. Alderman, nen, of Drennen.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Neal, Miss Lillie Miss Irene Fuller spent a delightful INVESTMENTS, LOANS ,
Perryman and C. A. Tompkins.Mr. week-end with Mrs. Mary O. Bee- STOCKS AND
and Mrs. A. L. Wright and Mr. man, near Orlando.Mr. I
and Mrs. A. J. Richardson and fam- A. II. Fuller and Mr. Joe Miller -I I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Phone 204
ily motored to Wekiwa Springs in of Orlando, have just returned ANNOUNCEMENTTO
Mr. Wright's car last Sunday.Mr. from Daytona. They report splendidtime --= I

and Mrs. Fred Brunhofer, of fishing.It I THE PUBLIC:

Indianapolis, Ind., were callers on is with regret that we learn thatwe We beg to announce that our
Mrs. A. L. Wright Saturday. They are not to have Mr. and Mrs.
were on their way motoring from Franklin Davis with us this winter. contract with the Orlando Ice Hammond & Gore :

Kissimmee to Orlando. They will They have sold their home and or- Company having terminated we

spend the winter in Kissimmee or ange grove here and will make their will on Sunday, September 12th FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal

Taft. home in Jacksonville. 1915: assume ownership and
Our travelers to the county seat on Street preaching in front of Ful- control of the ice delhery. A
Tuesday were C. H. Nelson, A. M. ler's store Sunday night attracted Values Low Prices ,
To avoid
possible temporaQ'inconvenience
Bristol, O. -L. Quigley, Mrs. A. J. quite a crowd. An evangelist on a
Richardson, Mrs. A. E. Boyce, and bicycle was passing through and to our patrons the COMPARE ,
Miss May Hartmeyer. preached.Mr. business will for the present be

The saw mill and novelty works, and :Mrs. Walter Whiteheadare conducted from the offices of OUR FURNITUREWe

under the new managers, Messrs., rejoicing in the arrival of a new the Orlando Ice Company, where
Adams and Gartman, is making daughter. .
things lively. They employ from ten I a down town sales room will be provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted 1
maintained as heretofore.We by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
and and
hands .
fifteen
to are loading Pittsburg, Sept. -Elmer E. Gaa -
an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here it otherwise.We .
will honor all ice tickets were
shipping lumber daily. former United States soldier, who
can't make this point too clear-it is of the foundation A
Strawberry plants are being set out contracted leprosy while serving in issued by the Orlando Ice Company one
stones of this business and that means much to buyer.
extensively these days, but more rain tIle Phillipines and who has been under all tickets not paid for be- any

would make it safer. From present strict guard in a tent at the Municipal ing payable to us.
indications strawberries will be plen- Hospital here since his appearance -
tiful here the coming winter, severalnew here several months ago, Plans for the permanent or- McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK A
fields being set. It is hoped to will be returned to Washington in an ganization of the ice delivery

get enough to ship by the car load. automobile, and after he has been into a separate department in Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

Word is received in every mail turned over to the army authoritiesthe our business will be announced t
from our Northern friends who 'left machine will be burned.

for the North last spring, some on This plan was announced to day later.We i
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to furnish
business and some for pleasure. And by Dr. James F. Edwards, directorof propose our pa-
they are all counting time as to when I I health, who has been seeking to trons with pure ice manufac- lltlMIMil'lMIIMMMIIMMIIillMIUMBig ,

they will be ready to return to Sunny solve the problem of Gable's future. tured from distilled water,. '

Florida, where only pure enjoymentcan I Common carriers would not trans- backed up by courteous and efficient Grocery Sale! i
be found, and especially in Taft.I port Gable and Dr. Edwards finally service, and respectfully
R. K. Harriman, C. A. Tompkins decided it would be cheaper for the cityto
solicit support.
and others are making preparations sacrfice the co'fet' of the automobilethan your A
Beginning Friday Morning Sept. 17
ORLANDO WATER AND
for joining the crowd on the special to keep Gable here. Hiving
train the 25th for Washington, D. C., been honorably discharged from the LIGHT CO IP.NY.OIIIIIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .
and lasting until Tuesday Evening, Sept. 21st.
to attend the national' encampment of army, Gable' is a ward of the govern-
the G. A. R. Many who are not army ment, the authorities hold.

veterans will take advantage of the Call and get our prices. Look at the bargains in our ,
special rates and make a visit to the
Umbrellas recovered and
repaired windows and on our special counters.
National Capital, as tickets are goodon "while you wait." at Young's Repair I
al trains either way, with time Shop, 21 E. Pine St. A
limit to midnight of October 15th.
Again we ask our people to handin Special OffersWITH
their items that mention 111111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIC"Oakland
we may EVERY $5.00 ORDER WE WILL GIVE 2 Ibs. OF
them, as we have not the opportunity
COFFEE ABSOLUTELY FREE ,
to catch all. Hand in or 'leave at

postoffice by Tuesday. WITH EVERY $10.00 ORDER WE WILL SELL YOU .
.
Six"A 25: LBS. OF THE BEST GRANULATED SUGAR
AX IMPORTANT MEETING OF ;
B. P. O. E. for $1.40WE


The Orlando lodge of Elks, through :
its secretary, Justin Van Buskirk, is STUDY of the specifications while convincingto GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
sending out cards to the members reminding I ,
them of the last session of the trained motorist, is not sufficient to impart evenan t
the term which will be held Thursday, : Our Grocery CompanyTwo
approximate idea
of the true worth and beauty of the "new" Oakland Six. It can
September 16, at 5:30 p. m. At this '
be properly judged and appreciated only by at it in it and learnof
looking
meeting the question of a revision of or riding by Phones: 3 and 200
the charter and articles of incorporation its record under conditions of actual service. A glance at its beautiful lines and a

of the lodge will come up for action close view of its sturdy construction will convince the prospective motorist that in 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

and it is desired that all mem- this car are combined all the elements that insure the utmost in motoring pleasureat I

bers be present.FORD. a surprisingly low cost. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'11CAREY '
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The fact that it is an Oakland is your guarantee that it is built right and that it

will give enduring service.

TIRES[

Roominess and Riding Comfort Electric System HANDFUNERAL

The Oakland Six will seat five passengers No car is complete to day without t.a standardelectric
comfortably without crowding. The driving starting, lighting and ignition system.
Front $6.75Rear compartment has plenty of leg room, even for The Oakland Six is equipped with the Remy.
a tall man. The tonneau is deep and extra You simply press down! the starting button with DIRECTORAND
wide, the rear seat measuring 46 inches. The your foot and the engine goes. hls.system is
$8.25 cushions and upholstery are deep and soft, givoperated by a storage battery which is charged EMBALMERAll
ing real comfort to the passangers. The trimby the generator.
ming is genuine machine-buffed leather.
GOODIZN JACKSON AND Great Strength with Light Weight Classic Construction
ORANGE AVENUE The Oakland principle of sturdy construction
with light weight is exemplified in this new A tapering, extra deep frame of pressed steel calls answered Promptly Dayor
model. The car weighs less than 2100 pounds, is used. The rear springs clamp directly to the
which means for the owner, low 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-
$29.15 tire length without overhang giving it a firm,
Power and Speed secure foundation. This Oakland construction Orlando Florida.
eliminates the unsightly side apron usually -
The Oakland-Xorthway Six cylinder motor found between the body and running board. ,

'Was ington D.0 C.AND C. the will flexibility develop 30 and to 35 smooth horse running power. qualities It has all a Hotchkiss Drive PHONE 639. RESIDENCEPHONE 457,

throttle.Six should have, and IS very responsive to the I
The driving power is applied to the rear
axle and wheels without shock ,
the
Low Center of GravityLike or jar, '
RETURN rear springs acting as a cushion. This construction ,
all' Oakland models, the weight of this saves wear and tear on tires from slipping, '
VIA car is carried low to the ground. This prevents prolongs; the life of the rear axle and gives unusual I
side-sway and skidding, which wear out tires riding comfort.
and rack the frame and driving mechanism.This I
Atlantic Coast LineStandard 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.
Railroad of the Sooth Powerful Quick acting brakes, extra large brake I THE PLACE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CAR
The Oakland-Stewart Vacuum Feed is abdrums.. Horn button in center of steering .
ACCOUNT solutely automatic. You can forget you have wheel. Genuine machine buffed leather trim. .
it on the car. No air pump to get out of order One-man top. with clamps to windshield with- : REPAIRING S. MICHAEL, Mechanic.
or leaky pressure lines. Positive, even flow of out straps. Close fitting side curtains carried in
gasoline to the carburetor at all times and on the top. Oil sight feed on instrument board.all : Known as "The Handy Man."
G G.; A AI R RI Encampmeo grades. Increases the mileage to a gallon Ignition and lighting buttons looked with a ..
of gasoline. Gasoline tank carried at the rear key. Heavy crowned fenders and broad running -
of the car where it belongs. boards. WE WELD CAST IRON, Aluminum, steel, or any ma-

I chine parts. Work guaranteed.

Tickets sold SEP1. 2 .26-211 $795.00 f. b.
o. FactoryJ.
with final limit to reach orig. GASOLINE AND OIL
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nat starting point Oct. 15tb. Freeman
V. D. Phillips, Mgr

B. Magruder, Jr., Distributor
For Information Call on

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1 SUBSCRIPTION MEN SAID BRITISH LOSS TO DATE MORE HOTEL IS LEASED .
TO BE WORKING STATE THAN ONE-THIRD OF I r

A'MILLION 'I'I. A lease on the Plaza hotel has been
Tampa.-Complaints often come to taken by A. B. Vance, manager of the

the police department regarding sub- London, Sept. 14.-Official announcement i'Hotel Astor, of Orlando, the papers
scriptions for books paid to somq was made today in the 'having been signed Saturday. The i

a ent. These complaints have it that house of commons that the total of :new proprietor expects to take chargein
such subscriptions are paid in advance British war casualties to August a few weeks and meantime the
up '
but neither the magazines sub- 21 was 381,983 officers and men hotel will remain open under the direction "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
scribed for make their appearance, killed wounded or missing. oli the owners, the Home Se-
nor dots the solicitor ever return. Detailed figures of the casualtiesare curity company. Mr. Vance was for
Complaint is made by C. W. Cuneo, announced as follows: merly head of the Vance Wholesaleand Unless Budded from A Bear-

who is an employe at the postoffice, Killed and died of wounds: Offi- Retail Stationery company of

that his wife subscribed for "Etude," cers, 4,965; other ranks, 70,992. ,Jacksonville. Petersburg Inde Tree of Known Quality
ing
a musical publication and one copy of Wounded: Officers, 5,973; other pendent.
"Needlework." She paid the agent, ranks, 241,086.

a man, claiming his name to be A. C. Missing: Officers, 1,501; other SENDING OUT COUPONS FOR and Quantity of Produc-
Powell the sum of seventy-five cents ranks, 53,466. SUBSCRIPTION TO ,
and who signed a receipt in the name These figures refer to the army MAGAZINEThe "
of the Southern Circulation company alone. Cook Automobile company is tion.. -O. W. Conner
Chicago 111. The books have never
sending out to patrons, both owners
arrived, Mr. Cuneo alleges and Mrs.
ROLLINS COLLEGE PROFESSORAT and prospective buyers subscription
Cuneo wrote.to the Southern Circu-
TAMPA coupons entitling the holder to the
lation company after thirty days as r
the receipt requested her to do should Tampa Fla.-Dr. Edmund M. Hyde monthly Buick Bulletin, a publicationof In five years the Ocklawaha Nurseries through actual dem-
interest and value to automobile
of Latin and Greek in Rol-
the books not arrive, but her letter professor onstration in their test groves and by means of their advertisinghave
lins College, Winter Park, is in the owners.
was returned by the postal authori- the hotel. Dr. brought home to the planter the fact that budwood selection
at
city guest Royal
a
ties, it is said, with the statement that
Hyde has just returned from a visitto A WOMAN'S WAY does pay. The United States Government experiments made by
the firm could not be located.
his grove at Avon Park. Formerly Polly-Molly couldn't have thought Professors Shamel and Pomeroy, the results of which were recently -

principal of the Hillsborough high much of that fellow she married. published in the Florida Grower, have added conviction to
LATE ORANGE SEASON IN PROSPECT school, he has friends and for- Dolly-Why not?
THIS YEAR many the planter, and he is now in a position to demand trees propaga-
mer pupils in this city who extend Polly-She boasts that she has
ted from of true merit.
warm greetings. made another man of him-Life. a parent
Tamfcia, Fla.-Restrictions of the
To day nurseries that have never claimed budwood selectionas
department of agriculture regardinggreen
fruit are expected to delay a part of their work, and worse, other nurseries, that have not

somewhat the early shipments of or- been in existence five years, are falling over each other to con-

anges this year, although reports vince you that their trees are "Pedigreed." May be so, but, Mr.

from some groves indicate that Par- Planter, you be sure you buy your trees from the known source,
' son Browns will be shipped as earlyas the Ocklawaha Nurseries, where every tree is budded from a pa-
the third week in October.
The drought seems to have affected rent tree that is producing real quality and plenty of it.

most of the smaller sizes, and in \ r-- -- You can write your own guarantee and we will sign it, so

some localities the groves are not in t great is our confidence in our product. Every tree is budded froma
very good shape. This has been par
ticularly noticed during the dry spell bearing tree in our own hundred-acre grove, and not a single

of the last two weeks. bud cut from a tree that has not been tested.

CATALOGUE FREE, write for it, and be sure to say where your
Nearly a million dollars worth of
oRC Message is to be planted in first letter. Address
grove your
the
exports went to Cuba, which coun- To the BusinessMen No. 2
try received a greater part of the exports -
from the district. Her amountwas of Orlando ..
$935,862 while England came
next, with $547,050.The Prosperity and local pride are twins. They are born at the same Ocklawaha Nurseries
r time and grow up together. Enthusiasm for the home town is a
following shows the
imports great thing for local business men. Once developed, this feeling
during the month by ports: o. W. CONNER, Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
shows direct returns in sales and bigger profits.
Tampa -__________________$421.325 more
Pensacola _________________ 157,117 Have you ever seen a shabby town proud, or prosperous? Good OR
Key West ________________ 43,989 paint is a powerful factor in keeping prosperity after a communityhas
Jacksonville _______________ 23,852 won it.Dutch. G. G. Wright Agent
Miami -___________________ 1,188 ,

8 YOWELL-DUCKWORTH BLDG., ORLANDO, FLA.iiiiiitiniiiiiiti .
$647,471 Boy Atlantic White Leadand .


Fire InsuranceCOOK

Dutch Boy linseed oil make "quality.first" paint. Put some
"lead-and-oil" paint to work for you and your business. Get in

touch with your paint dealer today. .
& BAAS, Agents
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY

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Ladies' patent and dull leather pumps, with sand and Laces, Edges and Insertions, Val and Torchons, values up Ladies' Shirt Waists, plain\ white and fancy, 75c. quality

grey tops, $4.00 quality, Saturday night only to 15c. Saturday night only Safurday night only,


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Water Pitchers, English china, decorated, 3 patterns, Talcum Powder, Air Float delightfully perfumed, lOco Vantines Geisha Disappearing Cream, 50c. quality, Saturday -

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THE DAILY EFFECTIVE '' .\ GOOD MAX ,t
I
ADVERTISING.The OX THE JOB.F. IA Poem For The DayOne \ 1
South Florida SentinelMORNING 'I'
Tampa Tribune in L. Huffaker, of Tampa, has been

AND WEEKLY upon the utterance of E. :\ appointed publicity agent for the of Miss Corby's most admired
*. f'. GLENN .. ....._............_.EditorW South Florida Fair is as follows: ?
and
of Tarpon Springs, that Gasparilla poems
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C. ESSINCTON Billion Manager A I
-- --- I addressed to tourists and I Carnival which will be held February Prajer for Warfare Timely vingEconomies
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida Dear God, in this dread hour. I
as second Class Mail Matter. ers be placed in 4-12. Huffaker was publicity agent Look down upon our'land; ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATbb ida papers, declares that he for the Carnival last year and his Stretch forth Thine arm in all its

Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 mouthful of wisdom." feature stories were given in power, .
Daily. C Month. ...................... 2.60 space And "' the enemy's hand.
Daily > Months ...................... lab Continuing on the subject many of the leading metropolitan .ay
Daily. 1 Month .._......_._........... 60
bune further remarks: newspapers of the country. A better I,Their armies are so great

......................
Weekly. 1 Year tl.OO "The Tarpon board was man for the job can not be found. Our armies are so small;

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN making an appropriation for The Sentinel is pledging itself to help"huff" 'Tis not by might, nor jet by power, 4
ADVANCETO ing that city in magazines. :\ That nations rise and fall.
so long as he impresses
called attention to the fact upon
ADVERTISERS: tourists who come to this the public that the Florida fair sea- But by Thy will divine,
best reached by the I son will not be complete until after Dear Lord, we know its so; I
advertiiinc Copy for must display be handea and all in at ether the hand-oet buune In this he-is eminently the Subtropical :Midwinter: Fair As- Stretch forth Thy arm in Thine own I
office of the Sentinel not later than Z p. in, "A majority of the time, I On Wanted Articles is on
sociation holds its sessions
the day before publication. Thin rule applies to Florida who come to the at Orlando And lay the enemy low.
la chances for contract advertising; it is who 1522.A .
the first time or two or February
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. as yet located in any o We'll give Thee all the praise, the Menu for Saturdayand
here without having We'll raise Thy standard
come high;
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued hasn't good
a religion
man
should notify the office in writing on just where they will spend very Then give us grace to do Thy will,
the date of expiration otherwise it will be son. They are on the when he regards Sunday as the long- O Saviour, hear our cry. Note
continued at the regular subscription rates. most suitable or most est and dreariest day in the week. Monday.

until notice Naab-r to atop .is...rec.i.@Ci.TelepJ..ae .................. M places. They read the o We'll trust Thee, then, dear Lord, .
ida newspapers and they We know Thy ways are right
in their decisions WOODS INJURED IX AUTO .\CflI Then bring Lord in ; these few:
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1913.; largely us. Thine own
they read in them. DEXT way, I
Tarpon Springs or any I From darkness into light.
As the result of a'collision with an I
Plain duties and plain girls have ida town which desires
few tourists and homeseekers I automobile on the county road a short
wooers.
its advertising .money to I I distance south of Lakeside Court at
o -- er advantage in Florida 4:30: o'clock yesterday afternoon, J. R. Huckaback Towels
Something you have never seen, a in magazines, which exact The Cathedral SchooOrlando's
Woods, a carpenter, living at 527
lazy man who didn't have a busy for a few lines which few of full bleach
size heavy make
sons addressed ever see. Evernia street, was painfully bruised Large regular $1.50

mouth. "All the tourists who come about the head, shoulders and right dozen,
o Florida read the Tribune and He taken to his home in the "
leg. was
The pure food law hasn't reduced them subscribe for it and Select Boarding and Day
Sat. and Mon. doz.
School for Girls
automobile which ran over him. $1.10a
the stock of unadulterated nerve so fore they start for Florida.
thing is true, in a I When seen at his home Mr. Woods 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915
you could notice it.o cree of other South said that he had finished work for the I Primary, Intermediate and Academic

:Not because they are home day in Lakeside Court where he is Grade: Turkish TowelsThe
You can have things your own way but because they are the
ums, the Florida repairing a house for Captain II. 1' Also MusL, Art, Elocution, Physical
world. But going to
in this you are
me elected for the .' Dye, and was riding home on his bicycle Culture and Domestic Science. very thing for the bath room; very close weave

be mighty lonesome. Florida attractions." towards the city. He had pone For Catalogues address the Rector, long pile; regular 15c. each,

o All that the Tribune only a short distance from Lakeside Rev. Roderick
P. Cobb, A. M..
. Even the man who gets married on rect. The Ibcal Court when he was confronted by a Orlando, Fla. Sat. and Mon. lOc. each"Prosperity"
has hard time
the fourth of July a re-
stantly boosting the home covered wagon traveling in the same
membering his wedding anniversary. .
always hustling for you direction. About the same time Mr.

o it is ever on the qui vive Woods said he noticed an automo- SheetsThis

Great-grandpa called them gazelles. thing that will appeal to bile approaching from the opposite

Grandpa called them doves. Father world, some item of news direction.-Tropical Sun, West Palm FIELD'SCHOCOLATE will be of special interest to proprietors of
called them ducks. But son calls
them chickens. an asset to the city, which Beach. rooming houses, etc. These are sheets that will stand
tract a homeseeker or Mr. Woods is well known in Or-
amount of hard wear-not too heav-but just
o any
to the section who have paper.'I'
lando, having resided here with his
"The Germans have shot their bolt," heavy enough. In two sizes. NO SEAMS.
vest. For 365 days in a family on South Lake street, and has
remarks Kitchener who would takeus !
paper is constantly alert friends here who will to
back to the days of "When Knight- many regret Size 72x90, regular 59c.
job. A newspaper's
learn of the accident. VANILLA .
hood Was in Flower. from its advertisers and I Sat. and Mon. 39c.Size .
-o !
In smaller cities additional WOMEN FIGHT FOR GERMANS TUTI FRUTI -
And now an Eastern medico advisesus
secured from job printing IX AFRICA 81x90, regular 75c.
all who want to live long to eat mercial GUAVAICE
printing.To
garlic with every meal. Don't know Nairobi, East Africa.-It is reported -
Sat. and Mon. 59c
whether we want to live long that Trade support should have newspapers booklets a here that the Germans in the :Ma-: CREAMS.
gadi district are now employing Ama-
bad.
home and not in some
zons. Armed native women accom-
o where a dollar never 36 inch Pure Silk MessalineOur
Bill Nye says, "The 'Sevres blue' is argument advanced against panied a patrol which made a raid
southwest of the railway toward the AUTO LUNCHES
bluer than
said be little bit
to a any- ing of booklets at home is in of hand-
else in the known world frontier. The raiders demanded a hut regular $1.00 quality, a large range
thing exceptthe
local office can not produce tax in the region west of Lake Ma- A SPECIALTY some new colors both for street or evening wear,
who
man starts a nonpareil paperin ity of work so that the

a pica town." o outrival some other booklet gadi. Sat. and Mon. 79c.

by some other city. HAVE OPENED INSURANCE CLUB SANDWICH 25e.
Some of the feminine fads have imprint of an Orlando
their merits. A man can't help look- OFFICE
printing house on an
ing sloopy when she wears the heel re-echoes that slogan, "We Messrs. A. B. Cook and John Baas Dress and Suiting RatinesFull

of her shoe where a man wears his, have recently opened in the Christ
home; we keep our dollars We Make Our Own Ice Cream, Packed weight-fall colors-fine plain and combination
instead of the hollow of her foot. tion local building, on Central avenue, insur-

a The among local newspaper people. ance offices, and are representing and Delivered for All colorings, worth 75c. and 83c. a yard,

Detroit is infested with of several of the old and best
a pest compa-
scheming, and planning, Occasions Sat. and Mon. 49c. yd.
nies.
worms which citizens refer to as tree- for a better community, :
climbing snakes. They are several
prosperous community.The I -- ----
inches long and have about 50 eyes is

apiece. The name with which theyare and your paper people always to the White Striped and Checked

blessed is phlegethontus quinque-
you a good word before
DimitiesA
maculatus. bors and the public,

There isn't anything o wrong with of build inestimable up a reputation value to Does Your Church Need clearing of many oddments, many dainty patterns,
you
serviceable lengths regular 12i/ c 15c. and 18c.
marriage as an institution. But when I out the years of your life. many ,

a male hunk of cheese and a' female The paper devotes many Money? values. .

lemon try to live together as man and : in
advertising
many pages
wife and can't make a go of it, half' ural advantages of the Sat. and Mon. 10 yds. 85c.

the world will' say: "See! I told youso of your community-and

Marriage is a failure! to enhance the welfare of We have a new plan for raising money for churches, women's

o munity and of yourself.The clubs and other organizations. No investment is required. If Dress Lawns and BatistesIn

Perry G. Wall' candidate for the paper is working your church needs money, or if you are interested in raising money

United States senate, has adopted a of the week for the I for any other purpose write us direct, or hand this advertisementto a host of beautiful colorings and designs, all on

unique method of advertising his can- for and for the president of your Ladies' Aid Society, or to the presidentof
you, yours. light grounds, many worth 15c. and 20c. a yard.
didacy. Into the movies along with The duty of the paper is : your Guild, or to your pastor. By merely asking for our

Barry, Chaplin, Farnum and the rest, you with the legitimate "Church Plan" full particulars will be immediately sent. Sat. and Mon. 8 yds. for 68c.

except Mr. Wall does not star as a town and community. But Address Fund Department, Good Housekeeping Magazine, 119 W.

comedian or tragedist, neither has he goes much farther. Its 41st St., New York City.

signed a contract with any of the half of the community 70 and 72 inch Pure Linen Table
He walks before the
film companies. and without end, and it

camera, delivers an address, gesticu- to advocate the cause of DamaskIn
lates and shows his personality. The
progress as long as it is a
reel ends with a statement of Mr. :
fine of conventional
an exceedingly range dainty
Wall's ideas. It is a good manner to I
designs, Irish manufacture. Exceptional value for 85c.
get before the people.
I
-0-- Sat. and Mon. yd. 53c.
READ TIllS. I

"Watch out for the man who is trying I

to take the joy out of life," ad-

monishes the Pendleton, Ore., Tri-
CHORUS'Vbere One Can't Live Without
whois
bune. So say we. The reformer

world ,yy .,,
endeavoring to bring the to '

a higher standard of morality is all ,,, t ; \ he leads us, EatingOur

right so long as he is not trying at We will follow,

the same time to reform all the pleasure -
Mp solve the
What he feeds us, GROCERY DEPARTMENT can ques-
out of it. There be who
some go
t a We will swallow, tion of how to do it economically. Have you tried them?
through life scattering about as much

joy as a hearse, and who would, if If it be wheat
"This little bit of wisdom take-
possible, force everybody else to live Or Tampa Special
Try to day a Stone's wrapped cake- ..
their ideas. We read the -I
according to
'J It can't be beat, Just like Mother used to make-
other day that some reformer in an
?: Of this we're sure. Ten cents at your grocers.DicksonIves.
Illinois town raised a clamor because
2talu&m.u.Aea
some of his neighbors played a gameor

two of croquet one Sunday after-

noon. His idea, probably, was that

they should have moped about the

house with long countenances, con- Co.

versing in mournful tones about their

souls' danger from hell fire. Such a

man woudl prohibit the birds from

singing on Sunday had he the power,

and would stifle the laughter of chil- The Co-Operative Produce CompanyW.

dren. Give us the reformer who .DEPARTMENT f STORE.

wants to put more legitimate fun into
S. DeWitt Mgr. Phone 447 10 E. Church St. ...
his religion and to take less fun out

of the world. Away with mental,

moral and spiritual dyspeptics.-Tu- I

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The following were yesterday's arrivals -
r at the Empire hotel: S. Brown,

((Manila J0ru Birmingham; D. R. Hall, Atlanta; F.

L. Cor\vinf Jacksonville; Mike Dor- I "Get It At Allen's" |

sett, Jacksonville; J. A. Abberger

I city; Senator F. M. Hudson and par-
LIVELY SHOOT AT ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr.
COUNTRY CLUB. ty, Miami; D. A. Talley, Tampa; P. -=
E. Hutchison. II. Baxley, Gainesville
The shoot held at the Country Club M. 0. Overstreet returned home A Marvel of
Accuracy Thinness and
; E. F. Hoyt, Birmingham; R. II. BeautyWe
yesterday by the Orlando 'Gun Club last night over the Atlantic Coast
Seigar, Idaho J. A. Hood, Jackson-
; commend the
can lamilton
was one of the best which the club Line from a business trip to New to anyone who wantsa
ville; II. A. Evans, Jacksonville
has held this season. A large crowd York. ; W. timekeeper of perfect and continuous accuracy. 1itIi :
L. Hudson, Chicago; J. W. Crook, St.
out to
was enjoy the afternoon'ssport
Louis; Edwin Speth, Augusta, Ga. The
The names of the entrants, Miss Olive Jennings, the popular ;
the number of T. P. Livingston, Augusta, Ga.; J. P.
targets at which they head milliner at the'DicksonIves'
Spurlin, Lake Weir; M. E. Light- gtainittrn IIateL
shot and the scores which they made company department store, has returned -: foot, Tampa. :
follow: from a visit to the fashion.
Shot at. Broke. centers of the East where she made "Hi Railroad Tim lttper of America"
Barnes ________100 Guests registering at the San Juan
73
------ a study of the latest creations in This is the watch that is proved by actual records" to be carried by S6?:
Evans ______100 hotel included
73 I yesterday
----------- Harvey Jar-
fashions for ladies While absent she of the railroad men on American roads where Time Inspection ia enforced.
Smith _________ _____ 75; 24
-- rett, C. II. Barnes We w
Joseph Schulifer, can sell you the complete watch, or we can supply Hamilton :
a more
Brodwater _____________ 50 20 also spent some days at her former j meat fitted
II. T. Howard, Dorsey T. Davis, Hal to your present watch case. All sues: fur men and.
Phillips ________-______ 50 12 home in Atlanta Ga. ;
Atha _________________ 50 22 Estes, F. E. Owens and wife, Norman .
Otey .. 50 25 Merry: Jacksonville
---------------- ; E. B. Griffing, ;
Overstreet _____________ 50 16 Mr. S. D. Hardaway left yesterdaywell ; Allen
\Vestcott ______________ 50 40 prepared with all the necessary Philadelphia; D. Hickey, New O.r'I''I & Company
Holland -______________ 50 40 leans; C. L. Grigsby, Auburn, N. : ;
Peel _________________- 45 24 |paraphernalia for a successful fish-j C. II. Hare, Boston; G. R. Croft, I
List --________________ 40 12 ing expedition which he Clearwater F. J. Cunningham, Chi- Jewelers
Beacham ______________ 25 G }participate in to his heart's content ;
Johnson _______________ 25 5 at Coronado Beach. This being :\Ir.Hardaway's cago; G. Singleton, Fort Meade; V.C. I
Palmer ________________ _.5 11 < Worden, Chicago; Max Gundashimer,
Jewett ________________ 25 13 ,: first vacation in some New York; G. II. Davis, Live Oak;
Young ________ 25 {I years, his friends expect to hear of
-------- 131 M. F. Benedict
Carie-. --______________ 2 5 ,the record being broken before he returns II. F. Phipps, Tampa;
Mrs.: Evans ____________ 2;5 21 home. W. G.Mapp, North Adams, Mass.; I TIlE TIME TO TAINT
T. G. :McElroy: St. Louis J. B.
Messrs. Westcott and Holland tied ; Coar- is right now. Don't let things go

for high gun with 40 out of 50. Mrs.: Mr. C. W. Smith has the distinctionof sey, Savannah; C. E. Myers: Atlanta; until the house, barn, fence or floor

Evans was hjh, with 21 out of 25::;, being the first of the winter resi- II. G.. Seagroatt, Georgia. {' begins to look shabby. A little of our

with hand trap. dents to arrive from the North, having -\: ready to use paint will put your homein
reached Orlando yesterday after TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I : fine trim and save you the cost of a

can'feel sure PICNIC AT I noon over the Atlantic' Coast Line '' much bigger paint bill later on.
PINE FOR SALE--One choice Poland China i I 1
CASTLE. from Nashville, Mich. and is
again ,
boar and nice
some gelts. T. J.
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good citizens of Pine Castle. W hen "
Villa, East
on Church street. Mrs:
actly as good it i it comes to getting the most out of J!Smith will not be down for some COOK & B.\.\S. < Crhodo! Paint & Wall Paner Co
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as -
life, trust the people of the rich I weeks. Agents, will attend to your fire insur- '+ T y .* 205 S. Orange Avenue
farming section five miles south of ance promptly. Christ building.
1917ImocFavorite ('OLE IAN & RIIAN "hone 261
looks if will
you Orlando in the region of the famous I Mrs. Merriam McAdow, vicepresident -

Conway lake, for that, for they sim- of the Florida State Horticultural -- -- ------ ---

remember the ply go after it and usually get what Society, arrived in Orlando yesterday .I..L '..e ..cf.D..tt..I.I.The .

they go after. Yesterday they heldan afternoon from Punta Gorda, I

wide old fashioned picnic in the beau accompanied by her friend, Mrs.
exper- tiful shaded oak grove on the edge of New Ice Company
Avery, of Chicago, who has been visiting TODAY'S PROGRAM::\ '<
the lake, and if you attended you in DeSoto county. They are Broncho. "Shorty's? Troubled Sleep." |I':

ience which know how much you enjoyed the day, I guests for a few days of Prof. Henry An excellent comedy, in two parts, I I I PHONE 675

despite the inclement weather, which .Nehrling at his famous Palm Cottage featuring Shorty Hamilton and Eliza :
Bros. have caused of those to seek sheltertill beth Burbridge. ,
Dodge many Gardens, Gotha. Mrs. McAdow is one Komic. "Bill Manages a Prize '
the showers had passed over. The :Iof, Florida's gifted and talented women Fijrht." I: Delivery DailyWait

had in motor spread at noon was as complete and i being thoroughly posted on horticultural Pathe. "New Exploits of Elaine."
car finished as epicureans could possibly affairs, as well as all' pub- "The Opium Smugglers." The twen- I

construction. make it, all provided by the good and lic matters, a versatile writer, and ty-second episode gets episode better., in two This parts.episode Each for our wagon. We think

noble ladies of Pine Castle. There accomplished musician. contains enough thrills for an ordinary -
were all kinds of amusement and I I series. Don't forget the date. vou will like our ice.

everyone attending is loud in praiseof LADIES, ATTEXTIO Admission, adults 10c., children 5c.

the unstinted hospitality of the Each lady presenting this ad. and
Pine Castle folks.ENJOYABLE twenty-five cents at Standard Barber

-o- Shop 17, will on be Friday entitled afternoon to one, September fifty cent f The New Ice Companyt'.II.111111111111111111111111111111111"IIIII.IIII. |

facial massage. Everything strictly ROOf GARDENTODAY
Surely it is not EVENING. private. Lady in attendance.
1-9-17-ltc ;
The postponed meeting of the Monday ..
Night Bridge Club was held at
assuming too the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Do -

Yearby Wednesday evening, with a I"IIII'III"IIII' IIMtUinMHMIIIIMHtllliM

much, for exam- good number of members present.
There were three tables of bridge.

that The ladies' prize was captured by You Know
ple to
say Mrs. Dave Rogers. The gentlemen's FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL J

prize went to Leon B. Fort. Light

DODGE BROS. refreshments were servd by the host- That Since "SHADOWS OF DOUBT"A

ess during the evening.
Three part feature. A drama .
should be skilledin NOTES
SOCIETY TheModelCafe with a strong appeal.
OF INTEREST.The .
axle construc-
ladies residing in the Drennen

neighborhood will give an ice cream has been open nearly three
tion, as they havemanufactured social at the new school house on the CURTIS & O'NEAL
.. years now, it'has not been closed PATHS NEWS"The
Pine Castle road, Saturday night,
for one moment, day or night.
as September 18. The benefits of the so- world before your eyes.

fund.cial will go to the Chapel building That in that time it has fed Very good. Insurance Loans Real Estate {

many as 225,000rear 0- 309,000 people. f
Rentals
Mrs. C. D. Christ and son, Master That it has paid local dealers

axles per year. George Abbott, returned to Orlando over $45,000. The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN

last evening after summering at
Moorestown, N. J., and points in That it never buys anything The One-Price Theater

Pennsylvania. outside that can be bought in .
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Orlando. "Go thou and do like- .
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NOTICEWe wise." 10 cents 5 cents .

are offering some rare bargainsin ..
groceries. Buy where your dollar That when you get a meal : ESTABLISHED 1886

counts. there be it of their .
Medium Snowdrift ---__________40c. one regular I ..
Crisco _______________________40c. 25c. meals or a more elaborateone "The Boundary Rider, a five .

Good pastry flour, 12 Ibs for45c. : or a 15c. special, you alwaysget part feature, Saturday. I.
Mixed spices ________half price
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I Pine Castle, Fla., Sept. 15.-Incorporation I to the Sentinel, gratis, and as this is GEO.{ BANSCHBAGH1!Harness Makingand RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB

What do you is now the/foremost topic of but one of many of her public inter- Repairing Located in the Arcade Building

this community. Numerous meet- ests, and as it is for all of us who Cabinet MakerDoors I All work guaranteed and neat-

hope for in a ings, committee and otherwise, have make Pine Castle our home, can we ly done. Our work is the best

varnish? been held, and incorporation seems a not co-operate in making the weekly All kinds of leather repairing, suchas I and our prices are the lowest.
settled thing. The meeting for the letter from Pine Caste! very interest- Screens 'Porch This is the place to have
Swings, Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, your
voters to cast their votes has been ing to our friends at a distance, and 'I old clothes
Show Cases, Sectional Book Cases Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket made new.
called for October 14, 1915,
Thursday,
to guide those looking for a new loca- Suit scrubbed and
pressed75c.
Folding Card Tables Cedar Books, Auto Cushions and Tops, also
at 7:30 p. m. tion in our direction'? Pine Castle get scissors sharpened. (i{Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c
HEAW Mrs. E. L. returned Wed- Chests Flower Boxes Pedes- your
Sphaler possessed of so much natural tropical j Suit pressed 40c.I .
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nesday evening from a visit in South scenery, offers ideal sites for winter tals, etc. Also Repair Work. All Palm Beaches scrubbed

ONUJTRb Carolina. She was accompanied by cottages and to those who live in the All Work Guaranteed : 23: West Church Street, in Hopkins I 1 and pressed ____50c
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Miss Stella Harris, who has spent the South all the time it is as good a Shoe Shop. ;Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
summer in the New England States, place to live as anywhere else in this
We do ladies'
112 work also. Giveus
E. Church St. Phone 447
and later joined Mrs. Sphaler in
state. Visit Pine Castle this winter.
W. A. Boston a trial and be convinced.
South Carolina, and they made the return -
Pine Crest hotel will look after all Clothes called for and delivered.
home together.Mrs. who come within its doors. Sentinel Want Ads Par. 1
: C. H. Matchett and daughter, 9-lG-12t I Phone 613.
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I Miss\ Mamie, arrived here Thursday

men you buy varnish for your :evening Kentucky after and southern a summer's Ohio.visit Mrs.\ in Beds Beds! Beds Engraved Stationery and

floors you hope that it will improvethe
appearance of those floors and I Matchett who is an experienced

that it will be durable. 'I nurse, is now at home and ready for In Bright New Patterns InvitationsDon't

Unfortunately much that is sold for work.

floor varnish won't realize that hope I' Miss Bertha Sullivan is at home ask us to duplicate Jacksonville or Atlanta prices
for you.Lawson'a. from Miami, where she visited her
because we DISCOUNT them from 10 to 20 per cent
Varnishhas
Lustro Elastic Floor
Mrs. Frank for several
sister Wynn,
finish i '
a wonderful deep lustrous It is and driver the goods in Orlando.
easily applied because it works easily. It weeks. :Miss Sullivan arrived here'
is unequalled for durability and will not
scratch white It dries absolutely dust- Friday evening after greatly enjoying I QUALITY THE VERY HIGHEST.
free in from five to seven hours and gets
hard in twenty,four hours. visits at Homestead, Fort Lauderdaleand PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.

As for economy. Lustro has a covering Miami.\
capacity that is wonderful. Mr. L. C. Newell arrived this week W. S. BRANCH
of Lustro Elastic Floor
Try out a case ,
from Ohio and will the
Varnish at our risk returnable if unsatis shortly begin
factory. erection of his new house at his placeon THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

:Made by Valentine & Co. Lake Conway where he has spentso

winters.Mr. .
many
Manufacturers of
E. Hansel returned this week :

/ALSPAR and from Ohio, where he spent some time Now Is The Timeto

VALENAMELAll with friends. FOR SALEWill
The young people are rehearsing a
t three act sketch which will be given select that Iron or Brass Bed you need for the winter.

the latter of this month. It is '
to be had at part Our stock is full of bright new patterns to choose fromat
for the benefit of a new church organ
FINLErS PIONEER PAINT for the Baptist church, which the surprising low prices. A call will convince you. offer for sale for a few days

STORE young people themselves are trying to

Phone 67. Pine and Court Sts. buy. A good patronage of these the property corner Orange Avenue,

young people's efforts will be greatly
appreciated. The date of the pre- Jackson and Boone Streets, known as
OSCAR HAND & SON
sentation of this play will be an-
$1,000 nounced later and it is hoped they the skating rink property, for $26,000.

will realize a good sum. Home Furnishers
Complete
$2,000 down and balance $1,000
Mr. J. Grady Matchett, of Orlando, a year

Will buy a choice builJing lot in Dr. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr.
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C. D. Christ's subdivision of the citrus and Mrs.\ J. W. Matchett.Dr. and interest at six per cent.C.A.HOVEY.

grove on North Orange avenue over- N. L. Bryan made a business

looking I. _.a ivanhoe. There are trip to Lakeland Tuesday.Mr. .

only 4 lots to be sold at the price. and Mrs. J. A. Wilkes had a Notice to the PublicDesiring

The bricked street splits the lots, daughter born to them Monday morn-

which will have a frontage of 62 feet ing, September 13. Dr. D. C. Roney
by 150 feet depth on the east side of in attendance.The .

W. C. T. U. picnic in Aden's to give our teams and drivers a rest on
All Four Soldand Thursday it is will be
grove expected
Sundays we have mutually agreed to discontinue the gen-
largely attended.
The Baptist Young People's Union eral delivery of ice on this day. Our storage rooms will ____ __ __ _____ _u_
the price is fully 25 cent. -
per was largely attended. Mr. Eugene be open for-the accommodation of the public, but ice will
less than the real value. Each lot on I
the east side of the street has about Hoffner was the leader. These meet- be delivered to the commercial trade only. Rollins College, Winter ParkOldest

20 large budded bearing trees. The ings are growing in interest. All the Please fill your boxes on Saturday.
ground is high and sightly. Building young people of the village are earn- College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida-Colleg-, Academy ..
restrictions will protect the home estly invited to attend.Dr. THE ORLANDO. WATER & LIGHT COMPANY, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus-

builder. The owner has cut the price E. T. Poulson, of Orlando, will By D. A. Cheney. iness. Teachers' Course.

upon my guarantee to make a quick preach Sunday afternoon, September THE NEW ICE COMPANY, Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym-
sale. There is nothing like it in the 19, in the Baptist church. nasium, no malaria, quarter-million collar endowment. Three teachers of
city today for price and location. Call The Christian Workers of Union By F. A. Rollins. music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Supberbnew
rooms for Business School, full banking equipment.: New chemicaland
me up by phone or come to the office. Chapel will give a social Saturday
physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
:My time and auto are at your service. evening, September 18. soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
Only 4 lots to be sold at this price. The school is progressing splendidly. boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
Children all seem to be interestedin nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fla.
this year's work. Many good thingsare SKATING RINK

E. C. YoungRoom in store for them if they attendto
their duties well and show that -

10, McNeill Phone 569.& Davis Block. they connected deserve with some school of life.the pleasures September 15 16 and 17 The arketOF

The Pine Castle school is indebtedto
CLEANLINESS
OF QUALITY
Mr. L. C. Newell for the gift of a

MisdirectedEconomy case of books, including encyclopediaand OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

other books of reference. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Please use the news item box in the Kept under the best sanitary conditions. .
..' ,
postoffice. Write out your news itemsof ; lr # .}k c'ar Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
interest and
sign your name to and pure. .
them so they will be known to be
to We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Trying save a few cents by bona fide. As Pine Castle seems to
having your work handled by inferior I everything in the Meat Line.
I be on the eve of a boom there is no
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Your hands.personal influence is our better progress way of keeping before the the evidence public eye of rfyTHE?- f/-. T *} H. lV.[. Self & Co.

greatly enhanced when you are than by our column of news space allotted NO. 80 PINE '
t IPHONE STREET
clad in immaculate linen. I us by the Sentinel. Mrs S.: .
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Frank Phillips is serving her fourth '.. '
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OrlandoSteam .-

Laundry, MEAT\ CAUSE OF r

ORLANDO"ROOFING '
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FRENCH LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS KIDNEY TROUBLErale L i =r. AND:; ,

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PHONE 88 W SHEET METAL CO.


a glass of Salta if your Back :

FOR SALE! I hurts or forms Bladder uric bothers-Meat acid. : 't' Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos,
I S ,
SCREENS WHAT AM I I I ,. .. and Rubber RoofingsCornices

SCREENS If you must hare your meat every day,
BOSTWICK GOODELL CO. eat it, but flush your kidneys with salts
occasionally, says a noted authority who \ Skylights .Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
John W. Pounds, Agent tells us that meat forms uric acid which 4.I
Box 703 almost paralyzes the kidneys in their efforts : ; !*3tki
I to expel it from the blood. They Works: 14 E. Church St. : ORLANDO
become sluggish and weaken, then you I
suffer with a dull misery in the Kidney i
region, sharp pains in the buck or sick
headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, ] nt, 4i L
tongue ia coated and when the weather
i 1 is bad you have rheumatic twinge The I

Bargain urine gets cloudy, full of sediment, the -. ,
channels often get sore and irritated, .
obliging you to seek relief two or three ..",. --.".:. The Orlando Meat MarketT.
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time during the night.To '..
neutralize these irritating acids, to
i cleanse the kidneys and flush off the A. YANCY,Jr., Manager
1 body's urinous waste get four of
ounces
New house, 8 rooms and bath.I VERNONS
Jad Salts from any pharmacy: here;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
Location perfect, 4 blocks from water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act fine. This All the latest and popular dances Florida and Western Meats
center of city, east side. famous salts U made from the acid of i

: grapes and lemon juice, combined with Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
For quick sale $3000. Cash or lithia to flush, and and his stimulate been used for generations :The best and highest priced act ever
sluggish ,
terms. f kidneys Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
also to neutralize the acids in urine,
so it no longer irritates thus ending in FloridarrSSION"
bladder weakness. Business! 135 :Jr. 0. BOX aa6
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in- PHONES {Residence 133 Cor. OraneeAve. and Church SLS

CARL DANN jura, cud makes a delightful effervescent
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I PROFESSIONAL CARDS I

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WANTS BlackmailATTORNEYATLAW 1
i I ROBINSON & BEARDALL Worthington

: i ii ATTORNEYATLAWNo.

i The Morning Sentinel Want I Phone C17
4 West Pine Sreet j
Directory is the Greatest Want I II
I Ad Medium in Orlando. i iI Phone 161 Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck-
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j I Terms Cash in Advance. worth Building
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Plaster and Lime I
Cement, Agatite RATES !
j For One Day ______________23t FRANK SMITHATTORNEYATLAW DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
=j For Three Days _____-_____50c
For Six Days _______________75c
i For One Month ____________$2.50
p G This rate applies on all ads of I
Phone 172
25 words or less. If the ad con- I Phone 72
tains more than 25 words the Fate
Room 5, Watkins Block ,Rooms 5 G
: .c'tu.: will be one cent per word for 7, 8-
I each additional word, for each in- I Davis & McNeil! Block
sertion.If .
I you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
Victor
counts opened by telephone will be Starbuck
payable the following day.
/ I
Every Home-Every Business!' R. RAY WHITE AtTORNEY-AT-LAW
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Every Man has use for a Phone 161
j Sentinel Want Ad. I ATTORNEY-AT LAW

1- IVo. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland, Fla.
rust AI.I .E Room 44

I FOR SALE-Five Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
room cottage
I I rents for eleven dollars per month;; F. A. PEPPERCORN.
1 I price eleven hundred dollars or will
trade for new automobile, Buick or I BUILDER
and
CONTRACTOR
I Hupp preferred. Box 73:j, city.
II 9-15-3t I Phone 37

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
....
one quarter mile from city limits;
What's the Matter With the ;
? i very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- :DR. N. L. BRYAN
I poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
6-9-tf I PLUMBINGSALLAS&SALLAS
Hot Water DENTIST

FOR SALE OR RENT-A good upright -
What a howl is raised when a flat dweller doesn't! get his hot water! How piano. Call at Our Grocery Phone 716
quickly the clerk hears about it when there is no hot water in the hotel Co., 6 and 8 East Pine. 9-lG-3tc -. 208 Boone; Street
Rooms 2 and ;

room.You expect this convenience in an apartment or hotel-then why should your I FOR RENT Yowell-Duckworth Bid$? Phone 5 ))7.
home be less modern and ?
any complete RENT
FOR -Splendid office in the

A Gas Water Heater Is the SolutionA I agent.Watkins block. See Jas. L.9-15-tfc Giles L. Percival Hutton


circulating or instantaneous gas water heater will assure you of hot water I FOR RENT-Fuller residence, furnished SURVEYING 37 Liberty St. New
York N.Y.
.. all the year 'round-independent of janitors, hotel clerks or your own fur- .," ; Lucerne Circle; for season. ,
'i race. The cost to operate is very low. When you need the hot water- Apply to Jas. L. Giles, agent. Plating and Sub-Dividing ARCHITECT
:fIQJ it's on tap-when you do not need it, there's no expense. : I ': 9-15-tfe
We will gladly explain or demonstrate the advantages of the various types :, .i McNeill-Davis
of gas water heaters. Won't you call or phone us today? '<0'0'I FOR RENT Nicely furnished roomsat PROMPT AND ACCURATE Building,Orlando,
I COG East Church street; cheap WORK Florida.
rate to permanent parties; no children I II

I ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO I|taken. 9-17-tfc HAL A. IRISHCivil Member F. A. A.

FOR RENT-By the season, month,
I or year, one upstairs flat for light Engineer
GAS DEPARTMENT i housekeeping; also other rooms, and
i electric lights and bath in
!house.garage Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
9-10-tfc -

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'9'-- 1F: ; 1 !MS I WANTED I

*=*_ l< 5>f WANTED-Furnished house, eight
rooms, modern conveniences, large Paul V. HutchinsAttorney DR. L H. RAMDEU
living room, good pavements, nice lo- I
cation. State particulars and price I I OPTOMETRIST
and Counsellor at Law
I I ORLANDO.
by the year. Homeseeker, Sentinel I FLORIDAWE
office. 9-lG-ltc -
FIT GLASSES GRIND LOSES

WANTED-Bargain in piano; must Davis & McNeil BIdg I AND DO ALL KINDS OF
be standard make and in good condition ORLANDO, FLA.! OWICAJ.REPAmmG
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L SOUTH" 4POPK4 CITRUS NURSERIES[ [ avenue.YOUNG'S an REPAIR outside SHOP service 9-16-3tc has depart-installed -I ARCADEMILK FOR


ment and is prepared to give you Caruthers FlowersLeave
FLORIDA : prompt attention. We have a compe-
OCOEE tent man who will fit keys, repair
your trunk or do anything in the repair your orders here
line. lie is ready to go at your
call now. Just phone 301.

All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape- 9-12-lmoc PRESTON'S PLANTS-Earliana tomato DEPOT Violet Dell Florist.J.

35c.; eggplant, 35c.; Wake- .
fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest field and Flat Dutch cabbage plants, -
25c. per 100, delivered postpaid. Cav-
&1. CARUTHERS
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endish and Preston's "Favorite" dry
'prIces .. V .. .. .. BUTTER MILK
land banana
plants lOc. to 25c. each. Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.,
9-15-d&w-tfc Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. Fresh Every Day.

5c. per glass -- -- -

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

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

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

fall. porch, screens, etc.,call at Tracy's Fresh Homemade West Jefferson Street
next I Carpenter Shop, 18 East Church St.
9-12-Gt* SANDWICHES Successor to
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Send for List and lowest repaired; keys fitted; locks repaired -
j j today Catalog, Description i ; anything in the repair line is
i our line. Just phone 304, Young's of All Kinds
prices, to the above address I I at Repair once.Shop, and our man 9121mocI will call ARCADE MILK DEPOTVIRTU i PROJIPT SERVICE

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL


Mr. Allan S. Weathersbee had returned -
from a business trip to Atlanta '

Ga.

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Mrs. C.1.. Adams, who has been
Travel in Panamaand visiting relatives and friends in Lisbon -

Fla., has returned to her home in FOR EVERY '
everywhere on American territory, is siraplfficd' by "A.B.A.
Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are this city. 4
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-
business aell-identifyinp.or pleasure. We recommend them to all who travel for ard. 18-21-tf $10 A WEEK

The State Bank of Orlando"ELDER" Mr. J. R. Jones, one of Lockhart's
popular and energetic citizens, visited

the ness.county capital yesterday on busi- YOU SPEND


Mrs. Leon Shellman and chlidren

are up from Tampa on a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Powell at their home,
30 West Central avenue.

YOU SAVE .
n Deposit your Savings Checks and
let them earn 4 per cent. interest forIOU.
8-12-tf

Mr. II. II. Witherington one of $10 A YEAR

Apopka's prominent business men,

: ; &Wj yesterday.Mr.was among. those visiting Orlando


II. P. Hill, of Brigham & Hill,
left yesterday for Daytona for his

side vacation.Inn. He is stopping at the Sea- IF YOU ASK fOR SAVINGS CHECKS[


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

Miss Alice Tetherly and mother,
Mrs. Greenwood, have returned from
a delightful' outing at Daytona Beach
and are again at their.pretty homeon

Margaret street. The Peoples National Bank


Mr. C. W. Entzminger, of Long-
wood, one of Seminole county's effi-
cient commissioners, was among the
I, well known visitors to Orlando yes
Spring WaterIS terday.


How much did you save last monthin
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daughter, Miss Katie, of St. Cloud,
TRY Better TRY were Thursday visitors at the W. D.
Mercereau home, 420 East Jackson
IT BEST IT street. .


Mr. Harry F. Phipps, the popular New Studebaker CarsHere H
traveling representative of the Southern -
Railway, with headquarters in
Tampa, was among the transportation -
men visiting Orlando yesterday.
This Week

Standard Barber Shop is sanitary. .
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After a most delightful tour of the Wait and see what values you can. get
West, visiting both the San Franciscoand
San Diego expositions, and other
for and $885
points of interest, Prof. and Mrs. J. $1050
W. Simmons have returned to their
home in this city.


Kissimmee was represented in Or-
JUST RECEIVED CAR lando yesterday by the following well

known citizens: Messrs. W. B. Har-
LOAD OF ris, editor of the Valley Gazette;
Marshal G. W. Overstreet, T. W. San Juan Garage Company jj

Ellis, and Louis Whidden. K
Touring Cars
Orlando DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
How much did you save last monthin -
cash or Savings Checks? 8-12-t:
$482.00 DeliveredF.
Mr. and Mrs.\ Leonard Thorntonleft I
yesterday morning over the At-
lantic Coast Line for Coronado Beach

G. RUSH where they will spend a couple of .. .
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weeks fishing and enjoying the delights . .I.\ . .. . \ .
32 East Church Street Phone 226 at that resort. .
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Mr. and Mrs.\ E. L. Murray\ and

Miss Minnie\ Burden, who have been Who Will Be Your Executor?
spending the past three weeks in avery
delightful manner in a summer
J cottage on Lake Conway, have returned -
ANSWER NO. 2 .
to their homes in this city. M.w. .
Your estate may be materially impaired as a a : 1< r, "
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c. direct result of the appointment of an executor i .r
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or trustee.
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Mr. F. E. Owens, of Lakeland, who When an individual is appointedThe :-
IT IS AS IMPORTANT to wear jewelry correctly as it is to dress : '
was united in marriage in DeLand ii.
correctly. : financial responsibility is generally weaker.It ;a
Jewelry should never outshine the personality of the wearer Wednesday afternoon to Miss Ruth: in wills that the person 3 ."
-when it does it makes a noise like one trying to "break into Clifford, spent the night and a por- is usually provided
: nominated to serve as executor shall be
society. tion yesterday in Orlando enjoyingthe excused'i
Character is easily judged by the things one buys-You will : sights of the ctiy. They left on from giving bonds. eu .T ty fir' x
make yourself attractive or repulsive at will. the north bound train over the At- When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense + 4;.,
Beautify yourself and your home with the things that bespeak : lantic Coast Line for Knoxville,Tenn.. of the estate, and then only partial security k. 1
the artistic temperament, and it will attract to you a cortene of ,
gentility. where they will spend some time, returning against loss is provided. t 1
Jewelry pieces made at Evans' are each a masterpiece. Each : by Clyde, N. C., for a sojournof When a Trust Company is selected 4'v '
article is made to conform to the personality of the wearer. No a few days before returning to
two articles are alike, no more than there are two human beings : their home in South Florida. The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility .
exactly alike. is secured. ;s'
If you have "arrived" you will understand what this means. : _. .
Deposit Savings Checks has behind it the entire financial
and which
your A bond
If "climber visit the Evans and '
store
just ,
you are a you _
let them earn 4 cent. interest for filed with =
will get some "pointers." If you have "tried and lost," the Evans : per strength of the Institution is always : 1
store will make you happy, and if you are "happy an'way"come you. 8-12-tl the Probate Court pt nn -ost to the estate.
in and be sociable. '
WE REPAIR Complicated Watches and Clocks. : DoctorsBiiekiiiaster Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue Q Jt r1y
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Jewelry, Silverware, Replating and Regilding. Porcelain and of this newspaper. r
China. Statuary, Bric-a-Brac Cut Glass Fans Tortoise Shell Work,anything artistic.
Original designing done for special platinum work. OSTEOPATHS Come in any time and freely ask for further
New ideas in complete Sets of Silver. Good work at sensible Personal instruction under Dr. Still information on this vitally important subject. i
prices. at Kirksville, Mo. You are always welcome, and our officers are always -
132 S. Orange Ave.. above People glad to advise.
National Bank. Phone 578

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


T. H. EVANS Lillian GRADUATE Bledsoe MASSEUSE Orlando Florida


Headquarters Standard Barber Shop
JEWELER Facial Massage. Manicuring. Capital, Surplus.andProfits $141,000.00
Scientific Scalp Treatment
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